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October t u , 1990
41st Year, Nc. 1
AVON LAKE
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Community
Pulse
...And More
. Hernmer Jr.
Make U happen. Bay Village bus jome
serious school funding problems, and ns
a result, can't provide busses to bring
their band to thu Day VB. Avon Lake
game Friday night.
As e result, a la I of people have been
working on a plan tu have the Day Bund
march lo Avon Lake and then mot!
halfway with Avon Lake's band. The
two bands will proceed to another point
for food and refreshments served by the
Avon Lake Band Aids..
As of press time Tuesday morning, the
plan was having somn serious problems.
Permit?, overtime for police, safety, etc.
seer-ed to be stumbling blocks.
According- to Mayor Richurd
Haiurod, a Tuesday noon meeting with
various official* Was called to hopefully.
overcome those obstacles.
If Avon Lake can handlo a 50-plus unit
Hooificoml'.g Parade and other various
functions^.wo can surely handlo this:
Lot s hope thta bocomp-r a ronliiy. I!
would be a groat community spirit man:
by everyone.,;..;.-_ :.'•,•
New apartments proponed. I SPO
where a coupto people are attempting to
build a 216-unlt multi-family apartment
on Und behind the Saddttt inn and west
of Burton Street While there isn't a
crystal hall for any of us to look into, I
personally can't see thn nlty allowing
this to happen.',' .
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They arc going to danca thejw people
around .with' chattur about exits, ontrancos, landscaping, storm water, parkIng etc* and then after those problems
ant addressed, vole "no." Some things
hut aren't a mystery in this city.
Aqua'*: golt- pro, Joe Kris, will
celebrate 24 year* with Aqua Marine
and 32 years OH a member of the PGA
tour in a special way.
Aqua Marine is honoring loo with a
special: tournament .weekend featuring
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~Slartlte Golf, two rounds of Tournambnt
an award dinner and Sunday
,* brunch. This special event, appropriatel y named. "The Joe Kris Coif Tournarent" is scheduled for Saturday, Oct.
Jj.Frir more information, check tho ad
P&ta this.wcflk's PRESS or call 033-2000.
on for Kelly. Shoffiuld Uko
U. r Charlos-Xully and his reflection
aro hard at work. A steak fry funIs set for this Saturday, Oct. 13
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aster plan
Commission hears first input
whether there- are plans to change that
street lo R-l f residential zoning). He f^id
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AVON — At tht first public forum he thought thai would bo inappropriate
preceding a planning commission work becauso of thu street's proximity to the
session en Oct. 3. residents offered ideas freyway.
Tor a central business district in the Thy commUsion prcsidont, John
French Creek aret»Hldred, responded in order to change
One resident, Lois Shlako. anifi she'd tho zoning, <i petition would havo to be
liku to see underground wiring, in- drawn up, und lUfl percent of tho protu rusting lighting, quality ->ignago (no perty owners in a given area would have
to sign it. There is no such petition in exneons) and a park aran in the center.
Shinko, an antique shop ownor and istence at this time.
Tho public
was reminded that a
member of tho local historical society,
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said, "What we should bo most concorn- meeting wil be held on Nov. 7 a* 7:JO
ud with i-j now businesses coming in. p.m. at Tom's Country Place to get
trying to blend the new in with tho old. • citizens' input for the now master plan
"For example, buildings should have fur Avon. Metro One Design Croup will
peaked roofs, and windows should have begin the meeting with a slid*: show, und
small panes, which am lass expensive then residents will bo usk^J to fill out a
than picture windows anyway," aho questionnaire on their prei'orancos. The
arntence will then hava the opportunity
said.
"With any revival or urban ronowa! to jsk qu»5tions or effer comments.
Following thu public ucssioii of last
project, it's always essential to have thn
business community bucking it," com- Wednesday's mooting, the commission
m i s s i o n m e m b e r P a u l B u r i k worked on clo'.sifictUlon of strtrts and
did prolimina'.y .work on a revised fenco
commented.
A Chester Road property owner asked
By Karen Drasler
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A new category of stxett to b« called a
thoroughfare was proposed by ramroission member Dawn- West; In^tho
previous sequence of "rpijor arterial,
minor arterial, ,oUector. Iocul und cuJde-sjc. a thoroughfare Would become
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The group developed a working
dcHniUon of a thoroughfare: a:street
which (1) either connects or dccusses a
collector or arterial'street. (2) has 80
units (lots} or potential units,. (3r«rve»
as direct access to a commercial or chic
area, such as a church or schoolrand (4)
ts a designated distance (to beiietermined) from other tborou(jhfarcs;, , '
Eld red presented iaFormation on
fence requirements in tho neighboring
suburbs of Avon Loke/ North Rfdgevtlle
and Westlake, and iniRgestcd changes be
would like to sne iti Avon's regulations.
The public is invited to offer suggestions
before a final version of the new re~
quirumonts is put togethbr. '
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Council divided on-full-time mayor's salary
IIy Mtirudla Grunde
AVON LAKE - Sovorol council
mem?jq-B wuro divided in their opinions
on sotting tho full-iimo mayor's salary
Monduy night. In a lust minute attompt
to amend tho motion on thu floor calling
for a $45,000 Tull-timo mayorul salary,
council member Vincn Urbin moved the
, ^alury he IciwiTud lu 3rl^,5lJU.
Urbin, choir of llio Human Kosourcos
Committee, said there huvc boon many
people who tuko on highly responsible
positions but earn part-time salaries. Ho
believes $42,500 is fair enough.
"Mayoral candidates should want tho
job. Thu koy word is 'want'," ho
emphasized.
Teens face serious charges
in jimson seeds case
By Karen Draslor
AVON - Two teens are facing serious
charges in Lurnin County ftjvenilo Court
in connection with thtt jimson acoti
poisoning of three Avon High School
classmates a few weeks ago. .
Last week the county prooocutoi'
chnrgad a 14-year-old girt with two
counts of trafficking In a counterfoil
substance. Tho charge would bo a felony
if tho violator was an adult. Tho girl was
also charged with one count of drug
nhyso, (a misdemeanor for an adult).
Tho maximum penalty for tho trafficking charge for a (nvonilo in commitment
to the Department of Youth Sor\'ces.
For the dnjg abuse charge, a juvenile,
can bo fined, put on probation or required to perform community sorvicn.
Tho suntunce depends on tho person's
previous record.
Previously, n IG-year-old Avon boy
was charged with three counts of
Ingesting tho jimson soeds.
jimson Is a plant that grows wild Jn
North America. Thofloodsare toxic if ingested, causing symptoms such as
nausea, vomiting, incohoronco and
possible coma.
"We'uru nlwuya wondering wberu iho
money Is going to come from," ho
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Tho fuli-tima mayor's posltlbn Hill?a-'
qulru hiring n mayor's secretary eswoll,;
at n proboble cost of $16,000 to $20,000:4 year, U r b i n ' s a i d .
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He previously reasono<f--iV!£s™3r Is
elected mayor wili receive $45,000 per
year, a life Insurance policy, a city/rohl-/
clo, two weeks paid vooation-oiid : 'a
sophisticated medical" ahd±/.,hoBpital
heinnts package. V : . , ' •'.::r;^Vi;-V;^,Vi-.
Council President ErmatHaverbacki^
who chaired the Ad Hoc'.CbipJnlttiw^l;
study 'tho need' far* BvfuU-timB;^M-;J
mlnlitrntor, said other dtywnployoei In
middle monagoment' wflJ; be ^making
more money than the mayor a, coupta
years down tho road. Haverhack said by -:
1905, oil mid-management'employees
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UHMIUH, one count of trafficking in a
counterfeit iiub-ttiiiici) and onrt count of
trtifficlcing in moriiuanu. According to
Timothy Gln.iow, a spokesman far
Juvonilo Court, tho assault charges are
probably related to thn fact that three
Avon students wore hospitalized after
Secretaries needed
The City of Avon Lako is sonUng two
part-lime secretaries: ono for tho Pollution Control Advisory Hoard and one for
(tie Cable Action Commission.
If anyone is interested, plousu call city
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Queen of Brookside
Brookslde High School Homecoming Queen Melissa Ellas poses with her
parents before the Cardlnais look the field last Friday. Her counterpart,
Homecoming King Don Warileld, ts a member of tho Cardinals football team and
was jumping through tho team hoop during tho coronation. PRESS photo - Mtk*
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Supports Issue 12
To Iho Edifun
Our family would !iki_< to •in;-- Avon
Lake residents tu votu tor IS.SCL-.12 on ih.'
November Gbailut. Issu.r 12 15 ;s jww' *m
mills levy to benefit the A.,un Lake
Public Library. The levy that is i;i effect
now runs until December 1991. but
because of the way the siatu IJW n\nK
no more money can b«! colIccltV in 19y.
tnan 19H6, the first year of the levy.
Therefore, a new levy i-e needed su thai
mroo money can be collected to Jcc«p up
with the ri'tng costs for utilities, insurance, rcaluriiils, and salaries, us well
as current electronic technology. Since
tliBlast levy the Library has obtained for
our use a CD collection, a cassette collection, books on tape, over 600 videos,
adult paperbacks, and an encyclopedia
and magazine index for reference on
CD. Also, the stuff hes been increased by
3G%. hoars have been expanded, the circulation system has been upgraded
twice, there is a computerized curd
catalog system, and accounting
has bet'11
automated. As you r a u see, lots of gcod
things have been one with our lax
dollar? and, just like a family, they need
a raise. Plesau void for Issue 12 on
November 6.
The Art Q'uckncll Family
Egg toss a success
To the Editor:
Avon Lake Hhih School PTA would
like to thank all; "io helped with their
1st Annual Egg Toss at Homecoming.
Thanks also to all who participated. Due
to the weather, we hbUl it o-J Sunday,
our rain date. But a good tinm waj hod
by all who camu.
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Tito winner of the e!emontary lovul
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was Matt Wafcefield with athrow'oflia
\*~ ft. Middle School winner was Eric
Caatz who throw his egg 160.5 /'- Our
high school winner was Jason \ icent
with a throw of 200.6 ft. These will be
the records to beat next year.
We would "tao Uke to thauk Rini
Rogo s Tor doubting ull (ho ogys th.it
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Homecoming parade
a great success
To tho Editor ,
Hopefully, the Homecoming Parudo
was a memorable event for all the participants and everyone 'who viewed it.
Tho wpathor cooperated over BO slightly
ta as tbe rain drops started to full just as
the last .parado vehicle ontercd tho,
; reviewing area.
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Special thanks are In order to the
I t f parado committee: Jim Volruba. Co*
*"~ Chairman; Dale Dietrich, Mike Shilcy
and Mark Harris, These gentlemen held
f - weekly. meetings and spent numorous
g^. hours arranging and procuring entrants
r^for tho parade. Avon Lake Is fortunate
I f they are all returning next yoar with on
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" 'dedication
to make;
make; tho
dedication to
tho noxt
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Ilk'. tu ci)in:iu'i')d ond thjnk ilk' m«-m!iiTs
')i (is*- iIoni',-i:iKtt:[in . O.mimittcc for
i.Tiuiii/iiij: vvli-H «.is pnil'.idK tin- fifst
iiimrtunily fej-tival m e t pel un in lliis
town. B.^Ciiu'-i* -if th-.'ii t;rtMt Mji,tt;ss. I
n;i! ri'Iuct.uit to point out jsi;i-i!l bill iin;-!r;.ir;t imu.crn iiiat i Ii.'tvt: .lhout thf
Mir.it'cuniin^ |'.ir.idu. but I fi.-i;! ihiit the
is.' jt» iTi'ft!.-. to I.'L' ^•^i^(.*d.
It l::is born ipy undeist^ndinji .fid! the
policy L-htjhlishi't! for the p.tiado vvas
lh.it no political candidates were allowI'd. As a believer in the two party system
and the importance uf candidates having contact with the electorate. 1 never
understood this policy but accepted it
boar iso bmh sides were treated equally.
I was vcr>- surrr.iied to see tnat one candidate for couniy commissioner was a
participant in the parade and his opponent was r».t.
When was the policy changed? Hoiv
was the cliange made public? Did both
sides h&te an equal opportunity to par>
tieipato in the contmunity culubrat.on?
From wiial I understand, (he rtlior candidate for couniy commissioner. Betty
Blair, wn% riot informed of the change
and had no way uf knowing that she had
tho opportunity to participate. Tho
residents of the community would havo
btiiicfitted by swing all of the candidates
for thb important office atvi the. parade
would have been better for it.
The committee's fine efforts have no'
gone unnoticed and I hope that a fan
and equitable parudo policy can be
established so that a higher level of oxciiU-mce can bo achieved in the future.
Greg Ztlkxi
Avon I-alr,'.1 resident
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^Homocoming Parado blggor and bettors.
^ S p e c i a l thanks ara also in order for
jlMme peoplo who wont out of their way
.Ttbjuiist in making this a great pnrade:
|Buclry Kopf, far.the uso of tho golf carts;
P.Ed Krystownki, for the use of a new truc£tarVjcff MUIor"bf?MUl«r Chevrolet, for
|thfiuiwof two 1991 Camoros for tho king
^«nd7quecn; and tho high'schopl float
^•ponwrs: Toma nd Tommio Pniton of,
jDWernned Benefit Plans, Inc. (Clrh
I-Country Float), Dan Collins of
t - « ..Goodrich (Varsity Club Float), and
|RicIc H emmer of the Avon Lnko Press
I(Both Varsity and Pop Club Floats).
fc^Awry special thanks to the people or
sAxbit Lake who overwhelmed us with
•spiigUtration forms, Of tho original 70 en'l.ttantrln tho parade. 03 were locul
^fnfdents.
^iLeit but not least, thanks to all
Stnambers of tho groups who fpent
^Cliuiilless houis decorating those
Iwdadorful floats, wo all enjoyed so
gmuch. Since so many beautiful floats
$Were entered, noxt yoar consideration
gWffl be given to tho Judging and awarding of trophies. ,
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fftentfllivoly includo a car show. Anyone
, Ideos. suggestions or a willingness
_«lst. please contact a festival comdttee member or coil 933-4061.
Ron Andoweu
Thanks from Animal Clinic
To Ihu Editor:
Wo would llko to express our appreciation to the children who look part
in tho Third Annual Avon Lake Pet
Show. We thank all thu local buslnnssus
who were very generous In donating
prizes for tho show, including Atjua
Murino Hotel und Resort. Aquamarine
Lanes. Avon I.akn Pastry Shop, Avon
Lake Theater. Loor Road Convenient,
Marty's Cycle Shop, Movie Mart, Gepp.jtto'3, VMCA, Old English -Purlour.
Nlghtlino Cruphlcs. Society Bank, Fan?
tnstic Sam'.i, Sell's, Fisher Dig Wheel,
Mr, Hero, Subway, Dairy Queen, Kenny
King's, Whistle Stop Pizza Shop, Fish
Connection. Y^x Drugs, TCBY, Emorald
Parrot Pot Store, and McDonald's. Pet
Show judges Rick Hemmer and Cretchon Lturmoister were a big help, and we
thank them fur sharing their time with
u.i. It was a |oy to see Iho children smile
as they received their ribbons and prizes
far showing their pets. And finally, a
6pocial thanks to the Homecoming Commit too for working with us to make the
pet show a b>g success. We are looking
forward to (he pet show next year.
Staff of the Avon Lake Animal Clinic
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Avon Preschool Parents Club would
like to thank the following businesses
for donating door prizes and other items
forouronnuul membership drive, which
wts held Sept, 6 at tho Avon Community
Park: Popn* Pizza. N&B Video, Annie's
Bake Shop. Tyler Rental, Pizza 'n Nf-^ro,
Wumr Wheel CJT VVnsti, Angelo'a t'lxxu.
MebScenes. idt Ann's. Mr. Hero,
Gerber's Cardon Center, Avon Chemist
Shop, Fitch's Farm Market, Bob-O-Link,
Helen's Country Kitchen. Avon Dairy
Treat, Smith's Country Counter. Stop 'n
Shop (Sheffield), Nancy's Halrstyling.
Schilnns Florist and Greenhouse Car
Quoit. One Stop Beverage, Kopp'a BiRita, Earlono Hallmark, Avon Animal
ant) Bird Hospital, Beads and Weeds,
Fratinnno's Florist, Country Cupboard,
Wostbay Chifdrons Shoes, McDonaldr
(Avun Lake and North Ridgevlllu).
Chomtron, Or. Paula Morce. Northconst
YMCA. Dr. Zalek, Dr. Schwurtz, GwJd
Samaritan Nursl'ig Home, St. John West
Shore Hospital.
Wo would also Ilka to thank tho Avon
Police and Fire Departments, Project Joy
and Dr. Paula Morse for joining in on
our activities.
Debbie Frey
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SCHOOL CALENDAR
Wed., Oct. 10 - Soccer at North Olmsted
Thurs., Oct. l l - Volleyball at North OKnsted
Fri., Oct. 12 - NO SCHOOL - HEOTA DAY
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Fri., Oct. 12 - Football - B«y at Avon Laku
Sat., Oct. 13 • Soccer - Falrviow at Avon Laka
Man., Oct. 15 - Soccer - Elyria Catholic at Avon Lako
LEARWOOD PROVIDES NEW PROGRAM TO
TEACH FOURTH "R"
The fourth "R" Is hero in the eighth grade classrooms
of Learwootl Middle School. Along with reading, 'ritinu.
end 'rithomatlc. students are being taught "Responsibility in a new program. Lions-Quest "Skills for
Adolescence." They, are learning how to develop
• healthy relationships and good communication skills,
set goals for lifelong success and loarn why and how to
say "no" to alcobol and other drugs.
The program, co-sponsored by Lions Clubs Inlornrjticnal and Quest international. Is one of the most widoly
used programs throughout the world. Quest International is, a non-profit, educational organization. It
reaches more than a million young people annually
with programs for positive youth development. Key
organizations cooperating in the effort are the
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Experts find ihat three causes of teenagers problems
; ara low self- esteem, feeling disconnected from family
: and pour decision making and communication skills.
' To resist prussures^and manage' challenges they faco.
teenagers need lo understand the changes of early
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psychology. Secondly, teachers are required to be certified through attending a three day intensive workshop
conducted by trainers from Quest International. Thirdly, the program U based on the belief that the involvement of parents.and the community is vital in the
development of capable young people.
: Parent involvement is also strongly otnphasizod
through students homework assignments and a parent
book.
LEARWOOD SPACE TOMATOES
_.
Reports bavo been coming in from the former sixth
graders concerning the "Space Tomato Plants." Most
students report that the spac«,radlotion exposed seeds
yielded plants that bore fruif about two weeks earlier
than tho control plan t*r The ones that I took home and
planted In my.yarrf navu produced a very uniform looking tomato that ripens very ovonly. Tho color is the
same as-tlie contra! tomato. Stznwino tho space tomato
8ecm£ a little larger. No ruul difference In tnste tins hmm
jnOted. We're still enjoying them on our sumlwlchon iind
no one glows in the dark yet.
STUDENTS. LET ME KNOW HOW YOUR PLANTS
DID.
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Joanne Nash
Sixth Grade Science
i LEARWOOD ATHLETIC PROGRAM UPDATE
' The seventh end eighth grade football teams at Learwood this year have a record number of athletes participating. As a .result, both the seventh and eighth
grade squads havr been split into two teams lo give oil
of the athletes an opportunity to play. The seventh
grade "gold" trryn has a record of 2-1. The seventh
grade' "maroon" Is tl-i-1. Players on both teams have had excellanl opportunities to participate and are making
steady progress.
The eighth grade "A" team is u/xlefantcd with'a,
record of 3-*/. Tho "B" team has a retard of (Ki.
The cross country team has 22 runners going through
the daily workojts and competing in moots. A very sue' cecsful sooson has been marked with wins over Bay;
Amherst, Oknsted Fall?:. North Olrasted and Westlako.
Amanda Cooper and Kovln Houdeshell have Impressive
performances in both tlio Macone College invitational
and tho early bird invitational meet.
.
The seventh nnd eighth grade volleyball teams have
also experienced u great deal of aucruss. The eighth
grade loam sports a O-l record including u (jig win over
Fairvicw. The seventh grnuV tram Is 5-1 and looking forward to ltd own Invitational Tournament on Oct. 20.
"SEEING THE ARAB WORLD THROUGH ARAB
EYES" AT LEARWOGD.
What is life in Saudi Arnbia or Bahrain? What fouH
would you traditionally eat, typo of drets would you
wear or religion would you practice? These questions
and others were addrflficd by thu speaker. Rev. Geoffrey Oswald (Shoikh Hamed Bin-Sulmnn Akalifa) to tho
sixth grade studentn In an assembly entitled "Soeing tho
Arab World through Arab Eyes." Dressed In the traditional costume of an Arab Bedouin, Rev. Oswald
described the history, life-style and global economic
significance of tho Middle East. In addition to a very
enlightening lecture. Rev. Oswalk displayed various
memorabilia of his travels to the Middle Bust.
LEARWOOD UPCOMING EVENTS FOR OCTOBER
Oct. 8 - Family Health/Sox Education Program for
Parents Only.
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Oct. IS - Family Health/Sox Education Program for
Parents ami Fifth end Sixth Grade Students.
Oct. IB - Eighth Grade Fund-Raiser Kickoff
Oct. :24 - Seventh Gwdo Vision and Hearing
Screening
.
Oct. 20 - PTA Halloween Dance, 7:30-10 p.m.
• End of First Nino Weeks
Oct. 30 • Fall Sports Banquet, 7:30-0 p.m.
Sugarless Candy Hdicm Bafloons
K-siloo Glass
Cape Oaft Wood
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everyihinjt In itjhL Your enetfy II'
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oUwr than youiKlf fof a change. If
you're in ihc maikci for sn anioul.
ihu *<mU be a pud «^ekcnd;tM
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enoutriroomlo take on of.
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tcene: Y w «na telooUnf lor JII
venture to uwett yocrtiutet* >
in. YouwiUbaneaaadlpk
with trie*-!* and caoae jrourietfe
SCORPIO (Oct
gum It iu IUM irouble with neighbors - ihdmooih. Jow«fiOMpifcdiCiMtflBj
Uui month. You need to give up ^>tiliveihtnkin|.7lfouwUlbeptaj*.
wmc of your eiicccmriciiy if you tM^Mr.Btg?ovcfthewccke90iM;
want to lucceedT An old "invest- iitAercal*7>u.B(t>**'>owfap,)>OU'lt;
ment" couldfinallypay oft. Find a '
counseling program la help you
undctituM) """"
wit)
be mming a liltJ« weird before the
end of the month. Children may
wem to be big problem! but it U Juit
c.ro»tng Mini. ThU could be the
time to tike ihat chanceyou*«c been
thlnimj ibout but don I think ' <ythuiii will happen aiioonjtyou sup
i — thu witf.uie time.
It'i tine to cct xunad on
tuper>abundance.-«f enercrforOr!
r«f matterrtuw. iVou wtlt h«e>^
iwuudpenonallty ihis woektndtrid^
aboul all you'U get for your etforu?
will be a lot o( troaNe. Coneeotn«e.'j
more on the material side of life.;:
PUMPKIN FESTIVAL AT REDWOOD
The Redwood School gym will ba tho location for the
PTA'o annual Pumpkin Festival, to bo held this year on
Saturday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Pumpkins in
CAFftlCORN (Dte
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all slzec will be for sale, as well as other fall decorating '. CANCER (Jun 22-Jul 20) You Your social acceptance ihould be,«g
thould
havea
very
ipccUlfcetint
for
an
all
lime
high.
ifyouveuyintH^
needs, including Indian corn, gourds and cornstalks.
or liitcrt now but don't get legalise a rclatiouhip. year Ufnenay«
New this year will be a selection of painted pumpkins. brothcii
mad when they don'i demonstrate come. You could be working, ( o r ^
the umc in return. Watch what you cauie thii weekead'.— environ*!^
For the children, there will be face painting and MI
over the weekend, it could be mental or poliikil — and jourjBVOj
games galore, with a prize every time. Donuts, elder, upicitiny:
ohytkally and fliuntUII). ihututm and cfi'on will attract tot-t,
pop, coffee, hot dogs and soft pretzels will bo avallabto, But «cry U Jncclic ihoutd to juU the aiunuon of someone fatiponaM:;
and a super Bake Sale will attar tasty Hems to delight way you want it to.
everyone. , - • - " "
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AQUARIUS Uaai 1I-F* 1«> YouJ
LEO (Jul ll-Aut 201 Your mlnj
The-Festival is one of Redwood PTA's mo|or fun- will
be more active and you might with. ThiiwouUbeaaidealww*^
.drutsors. and proceeds are used to support ar*ocial even think about gotRg to ictool. end i
school activities. Everyone Is Invited and oncouragml to You will te doing your best to (ci nd
of at much money ai pouiNc •"J : l jolvtyourproWemj.keouUtieonrj'^'
support this groat family ovont.
may be for umcthiny you can't wit the besbmnt. Trte a loo* at youfW
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU (Subject to Change)
Oct. 15 - Chix Nuggets w/Snuco, Curly Fries. Pinoapplo,
Cookie. Milk.
Oct. 1(1 - Cheeseburger, Fries. Plcklns, •Btownlo, Milk.
Oct. 17 - Turkey Club Sandwich. Pasta. Pretzel Rod.
Chocolate Peanut Uutter Pie, Milk.
Oct. 10 - French Bread Pizza, Mfxrtd Vo«ulubl««, Pttncli
Flurf. Milk.
Oct. 10 • Egg Sulad or Ham Salmi on n Hun, Tomato
Soup, Chips, Fruit Bur, Milk.
,
anyone about. You nay be (Mling
new neighbors or old onci rnlghl lum
on you.
VIROO(Autll-SfpII) You could
receive providential prame will ihii
month. You mjy iW^nd ) gila pignul and fofget your dkury prioiiuci.
You inichi M C»( ihoppitig thi>
wtrtcrHT — • new Saturn mi£ht fv
Ju\t tfhf thing iuc»^cn >nur pcm«i'
iihly hul you m.i» »ji.t viimtihtnc
portfolio anfmake chanfe* » i U » '
•dvaiuace of UxUy'a climate.,
PISCES (Fib t%SUr 30) Yoo.Mi
more dcc<ii«e than tiuul but
Axtn't nccewanly mean you
mere rorreci. You will get the
chance at a real ehalkfl|eihli*«k*
emi Sit you may mitretd the t|w*
anon and actompltth nMhut|.'
<uJikn ronunce could
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Sheffield/Sheffield Lake News
By. Jo Ann McFall
Flense s^nd «!! news iifi. s fur :hi-> <:<.'!umn lo Jo Ann McKu!!, l i r '- • E. Luke Ku .
Sheffield Lake. Ohio' i v 54 n, i..n!
949-553! aflcr 3:30 p 'i;. Ai If ms mi;-.'
be r«ceivt*d t:y noon Tnurv .?v fttr '!:>•
next wenV, s coSumn
Bake Sa!o
Thu Teen Institute 'ruin iUeui.si1,'*.1
High School wili be• spon-sorinsc ^ bale
sale at Ri.ru Refjo*s store ut the S iiirvu-uii
Shopping Centi;r. Thy salt! w>j' be on'
Oct. 20. a Saturday, from
<•» a.m. till r.
p.m. This is always a ,?orvuiit.' sale, so lw
lure you get ihery befor« thu g a i n ' s arc
all sold out.
Preschool Story Programs
Story Programs for preschoolers
boon scheduled for every Tuesda of
this month jt Domcnkas Library. hv
programs are offurwdal 10:30 a.m. jm'1 7
p.m. far children 3 to 6 years a '.
Children must bo pre-rcgistorod to intend, so call the Library at 949-7410 o
stop In at 4125 E. Lake Rd.
Volleyball Gathering
Women arc asked to attend volleyball
practico an Monday nights between 7
p.m. and 1C p.m. at Tennyson School
Then? is DO fee and the practice Ja held
every Monday that school is in session.
The only requirement* are you must
be IB or older and leave the kids ut
home. Rules -<vill be reviewed during the
game and Jierc will be a break for
socializing ind a drink halfway through
the evening.
If you have any questions or aeed
transportation or perhaps a babysitter,
call Fran at 049-6346.
SnowfUke Bazaar
The Friends and Neighbors Snowflake
Bazaar Is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3
at the Community Center. Table rental
for the bazaar lu $12 per table. If you
i have a craft to display or something else
" t o sell at<the bazaar, plwse contact
;L Gloria at M&4S59 or Sue at 940-7488.
,FBntlBM Film at Library, '
* A Halloween feature Is on Up for the
films at the library this month. This one
hour program will feature tha "Witch
j - Who.Wa* Afraid of Witches". "Pumpkin
UWhbl Couldn't Smile", and 'Trick'or
>Tteaf.
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an-OcL13 at the Library.
t Art Show Scheduled
TheSheffield Lake Art Association Is
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iTnnunity Civii; t^ovir.tii Bu.ini
invftum will bo on O'.:t. 7 ;i! 7:3? p.m. ;i!
MIL- Community Cunter. We will bu pl.uir.inji fur thv Instfallatiun and Awartis
rtnnuuut no p!«asc make sure you attend.
Oolstanding Citizen* Nominations
IT K that time of year that Community
Civic Council honors the hjidworkinx
volunteers oi Sheffield Lake. Tbcacluaf
awards for Ou'standitiK Citizens will be
presented at a banquet on Nov. 2« at the
Community Center.
Right nowtht! Comr.ultee for tho Banquet needs nominees for Outstanding
Woman of the Year. Gustanding Man of
the Year, and Educator of tho Year. Hoth
the man and woman must reside in
Sheffield Lake- They must also show exemplary levels of community service
luring the current year. The Teacher of
"he Year must teach in the ShcfJield/Sheffield Lake district, byt he/she
lufy live elsewhere.
in order to obtuin o nomination form
ci.-itact ]o Ann McFall at 940-5531 or
any reprcsuniatlvo lo Community Civic
Coiicil. This is your chance to thank
thai person who is always available to
help. The one who coaches the baseball
tean, or lrads the scouts, or maybe
toad' s the Sunday School class.
Nominate the person of your choice.
GS©
L & rf CARPET & FLOORING
31122 Center Ridge Rd., Westlake
871-8515,
CARPET SALE!
Stain Fighting
Sculpture
Stain Resistant
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In Stock for ,
Quick Installation
16 Colors to Choose
Spaghetti dinner set
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The nen of Lakeshoro United
Method]s" Church ant serving a great
spaghetti dinner on Wednesday, Oct. 17
from 5:45 p.m. ta 7:30 p.m. at 33119
Electric Bivd. All profits go to support
too churcl' mission profecta aroi>sd the
.world.Advance 'tckets ura only S3.50 by callIng 933-S23.; or 933-6703. Tickets at the
door will be M. Ages 6 thru 12 cost oniy
$2.50 «nd youths 5 and under are FREE.
If you care for homemadf) plo, it will be
only $1 per slice.
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Installed
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and Wedding Gift Shop.
Invitations
Picture Frames.
Stuffed Animals
• Statuettes
• Greeting Cards
• Much, much more
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Ft*s";.i*%vliolv wcckuml <>f miliiiij'fvclits'nilk'cl into hue, tin,* 1st Annual .In^, Kri*. Golf '.
Ttjurnamu'iU ut \x\vi\ Marine Ucs»rt .& C niintry. CluT». Come celebrate lllit reiu'unl
and renuvutm.li of AquaMariiiL* and pmikipale in this exciting tiiuriiatnunf wt'L-kcnd
iiH «e -pay. tribute j o Joe Kris, the Medicated (Jolf I ' r o a l A.ifda Marine Resort &
Country Club for the past, 24 >c:irs.\I ; nr,a• whole loi tuure. Call .tnd:t\ ami register W
one of (i\ir fabulous weekend packayi."). Now inore that! L'jcr, it's Aqua Marine. '
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ooost little spirits
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Registered D:i'tit'um
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jnur'nMidnrs. U.H., Avon Lake,
Blueberry Oal Brail Muffin*
HAPPY MEAL -/ JlfX
Only $1
99
1 1/2 c. hot oat bran
ci:n:;tl. uncookwi
1'2 u. wltole -.viieal flour
1/3 c. sugar
t Thsp. baking powdur
1/2 (sp. allspice
2/3 c. skim milk
2 CK£ whites
3 Tbsp. canala oil
2 Tbsp. molasses
1 tsp. vacilld
1 c. fresh or frozun
unswireteneu1 blueiwrries
['reheat oven to 4-75 degrees. Spray
muffin pans with ctiukjng spray or use
pu[«>r liners. In a large bowl stit together
vJ
flour, sugar, baking
In a medium
r. and
milk,
egg whites, all,
blend
until thoroughly mixvd. Pour liquids into ccrea! mixiureand
imr just until blsjulfd. Fold in blueberries- Divide batter evunly among 12 muffin pan cups, auke 12-J 5 minutes or vn!il a tsotlipick iuaerted in thecentprof ai
few muffms comes out clow*. Remove
from par! to wire rack and cool camIJiKlely. Moke^ 12 muffins.
Approximate N u t r i e n t AaalytW
135
Calories
46
Fat tg»
1.5
Polyunsaturated (g)
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Sacurflletl (RJ
0
Cholestorol (raR*
125
Sodium (nig)
3
fiber (g»
31%
% of calories tram fat
Bank sponsors Dress-a-Do!l contest
Neon Orange
P-jnipkin
/3A,
For the fifteenth year. Lorain County
Bank will sponsor their Dress-a- Doll
contest. Dolls are now available far pick
up at any Lorain County Bonk Offlco in
Lurain, Erio and Cuyahoga Counties.
The purpose of the event is to provide
area needy children with a doll at
Christmas time.
Dolls may bo dressed in six categories:,
sensible dress, fancy dress, character,
knit and crochet, nationality and a
special category for sowers age 15 and
Glow-in-the-dark
(White) Ghost
32799 Walker Road
Avon Lake, Ohio 44012
Safe for children of all ages. Recommended for children age 1 and over.
younges-. Flmshod dolfe must be return- ;]
od by Nov. m They will then be on "
display for the public at the main oftlcr
of Xnraln County Bank—on 'Middle
Avenue ,'" -Ziyria. Judging ,wM be on
Dec. 1. The Salvation Army will
distribute the dolls , through thalr
Christmas family program. Frora loving
hands to loving hearts to enjoy. If you
have any questions about the Dress-eDoll Contest, you may caU or Inquire at
any Lurain County; BanE~"
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Prcwint tins card to participating Stores',
receive special valuer and discounts, i'-
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Convenient Evening & Sat. Hours
New Patterns Welcome
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32730 Walkor Rd.
Avon Lake
933-4486
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Letters
A great summer
at the pool
To the Editor;
We would liU> tu i'i.iJik yuu. ! ! •
citizens of Avon Laky ami ymji «u->ls
whu attended the ooo! tlm vdmiwr,
Wh.it a summer it Was. EM:II \ui!i jfnmany woi, r.iiny, cold, 1um-.'r.;!.>!•:: ij«ns
we still had many mon btvuniful o;n;%
and we were able to servo 4'KWO jwwfilf
plus some 140(1 whu altL-ndtHj ihe Mdr^o
Kirchner (Avu». Lake Invitations! Swim
Meet. With this cro.vd of 50.000 plus,
we ar*> very proud of our safety record
and our water safety tJassus.
A big thanks to all the bu<ich and \u*A
staff and a huge thank you t-sjw.>ciiilly lo
the workers from the cily crew including Tom Lescher. Ron Carlson.
Dave Aslafcsen. Lou O h c r . Murk Kepic
and Terry Polly who so faithfully worked to open and cloie the pool and kt!t»p
the heater heating.
Thanks also to the atalf of the Adapted
Aquatics Program including Nancy
Kamps. Nadge Hereof end. Shelly
Wators. This is a wonderful and very
necessary program.
Congratulations to Yvonne Saul and
her assistant. Matt Michaels, far a suecessfiiJ swim team with just ono low and
a 2nd place in the championship*. And
last but not least, thank you lo Totn
Hucrner s«d hia paramedic expertise
who offured tho staff al the pool their
training fn CPR and Emergency K«st:uc
which is vital for our continued safe
opetaticn.
And one last note, to MIs.i Ellen, who
for 28 years has dedicated herself lo the
community and tho safe and suncessful
operation of the pool. Without ht-r
guidance and Ivoo of (he water, this pool
would not have the wonderful programs
it has. Without the rules we'd have
chaos and without Miss Ellen we'd hiive
fust another pool. I personally appreciate her kindness and patience with
mo as 1 attempted to learn nil tbsre is to
running the pool smoothly and suel
-cessrully. \V« did It. Miss Ellen.
Thank you all.
,
Palty Van Valey, Manager
Sports Channel petitions
going well
T(.> tin? &(.Ii»;i::
By w.iy ot" A fu'iluvi up !II nr. rvti nt i«-tn:r vtmo-rniru; •) y-'.:U:hJ'.: drive fur
Spurts Channel in Avoir I-ikc. I'm h.'ji!•>• Hi rvport th;U *hi.' urt'iimiiiiirv rjvi!ts
h:ivH b^T.ii nw>l; 1i.-:itif>iii;:.
^o far in. iitt'ti* mi1.- a v«i'ot. r.\(.*V' yUit:>••'! (>».*lil)(jL-'.s wi:Ii 20* merchant outltti
ni.sufitil in wi:U OVI.T WX) sifttiuir-™?«t.
To .help yuu !o«:jt** itii-'st; coojioratiri^
ir,i.*rt;h;in!s' outlets, hcruis .a p;trtial ami
"lilt growing list. in. no particular oniyr:
Rini Kejio. Mr. Todil CUvuiurs. Ko.x
'Jiujii;. .Avtin LaVc I'-ress, 1^,'jr Kaaii ("otiveniciit. Lear Kodd.LWbur Shop, T.C.
Carmen Keitiiurant & Ijiunau, M a r t y \
Cytlij Shop. Spjirkli; Marke:, Hcachpark
Rcsiaurcnt. Dugout tias«oall Cards.
Avon l^ike Deli & Riwtauranf. Phils
Shell Oil. de.v:h;;.?rk Snniur Citizens
Center, Aqua Marini; Uiti<^, Marathon
Station (Walkiir Rd.). Dairy Qut-on. Al's
Wildcat Lounge, Discount Drug.
Custom Cuts Meats. Nighlline Graphics,
Whistle Stop Pizza & Doli. Convuniunt
Food Mart (Landings;, Soli's Hallmark
Shop, Tho Medicine Slioppu. Colonial
Cleaners (both stofus). Faroh Candius.
Jitoila's Restaurant & Lounge, Marge's
.Flowers. Wise Cuys SnLon. Northcoast
NauUla-s & Tanning Center. North Coast
YMCA. NAtW Auto Carts fi Supplies.
DoAnRelis Tavern & Kcstaurant. Lake
Rd. Marathon, Lako Rd. Sunoco. International Beverage. Pizza Cutter; Herb's
on the Uiku. Lear Rd. Inn. and
Tropicaria K. staurant A lounge.
inx Co.-niniitoo ftir'uli thwir offtirfi, and •
-.i^ f.niiKrj'uUite ihyrn un tliL'ir SUCL-I^S.
IVrM.i;iHlfy. MU wapt to thunt o3l ib«'
^tirrn-n i.f \lw ALMS PTA, as -.-.el! **
t.uiiv friumis of'lht* PTA, for their MJJJj-'irl u( our "Applt1 Tiible", S(K;i;i;ii
(Junk's sj'j lu K;irljC«'«iv.-cil. I)J:I« Kleir.,
1'iLiiiii: Cairns. M.:ry , \ n a Fteifctv.
i'"j:inc Vlr< -m. Uoruoe Drum. Si'.sau
Niurray. M.irsh-i StoroitsLi
nii L:ikc" i*ri^s 5")f their e-nfra
tin;
nffurls in
to our "App*«
Thank you
To tiie Edi.'or:
The Avon Liikt; High School Cirl">
Cross Country T*.'-*"in would life" tu (hank.
Sherwin W^'Jams. The J'aint anil Pdpcr
i'Lttt:, mid Acfl Hardware for !bfAT
gf-'tif;roii5 tontribution of m.il"rials [or
our tlomifcuiciiiiB floal. Your suppoit of
our tuntn and the community in
lake swimmers
top K vdraisers
To thtj tuliior:
Ci.T^iatulHtinin ..r.ii inciny tlianks tc
i^.^ Avon Lak>* Municipal Pool swim.mrrs Mara VatiderOord. Shirltjy Blaser
ar<d Chris Quintan. With the help of Pool
Diivclor, Miss Ellnn. you were the top
fund r^i'-ecs in this summer's area
' Splasli for'Eatter Seaw" raising t-ver
5240.
;
,
The muney raised will be used to help
pruvtdb £asler Seal services to people
u ith disabililies in ttie Lurain and
Huron County area?.
Again.. Ibank you for caring and
sharing.1
Jane C. Wlieatley
Special Event.: Coordinator
taster Seal Society of Lorain & Huron
Counties
I'WO C>irl'» Cross Country T«ara
Harvest of Fall
Savings
25% Off
Our Huge Selection of
If we havu inadvertently missed any
merchants who would like to bo involved, we apologize and if yuu will call us
we'll be happy to drop off H supply of
petitions.
Oiacu again, our phone numbers are:
Joe Smith. 933-K875. Dob Hrown.
933-8412.
Many thanks for your support.
Joe Smith
Avon Ijiko
Fall Dry & Silk Flower
Arrangements
In Warm Fall Colors
Cash-n-Cairy Quantities Limited
Good thru November 21st
Sincere thanks
To the Editor:
Our must sincere thanks tu all our
neighbors and friends un Dull wood Kd..
Appreciates the effort
Avon Lake C.E.I., St. Jotopli Church und
To the Editor.
School and many, many uthorc in Avon
1 would like to take a moment to thank Lake and other communities. Since thu
Me-an Weigand for her ability see a [ob death of our dauther Audrey you hnvc
thai needed to he dona and taking the showered us with so much kindness,
time to do it.
though (fulness, ond generosity. We ar»i
On Saturday. Sept. 22, the Brooiuidu overwhelmed \-y u> much compassion
~ freshmen hod a homo football game. As for ono little girl. Some of you aru
we went Into the stadium she saw the friends and some we barely know or do
mess that was left by Friday's Varsity not know at all. Thank you for helping
game. It had rained and thoro were at us through this painful timu. May God
, least 50 or more plastic bags fust left bluss all of you.
them for someone else to take care of. Of
Dale and Audrey Gallo
course; I don't know who they thought
and Family
was going to take care of it.
Thanks
from
ALHS
PTA
Bui Megan wont around and picked
them up putting the plastic bags in the To (ho Editor:
garbage cans that are clearly mr.rkod as
The Homecoming Festival once aguin
such. No one asked or told her to do this. provided a weekend of great fun and
.Megan modi a big difference In the way entcrtainmmit for our entire communiBrooksJde's football stands looked.
ty. On behalf of the Avon Lako High
-' Thank you, Megun.
School PTA, we ont to extend our
Mrs. Lettorle
thankd to tho members of the Homocom:••.,'
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B&B Upholstery believes in old world
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By Marilyn O'ponnell
Irene Bukovac was born in Rijaka.
Yugoslavia. When she was 16, she worked as a seamstress for tin upholsterer until she immigrated to the United States
in 1970. ,
In 1980. after spending several yjars
working for area upholstery firms, she
knew enough about the taking apart.
•luffing and putting together of furniture, so she decided to open her own
business.
Following the birth of her second son
Michael, she opened up her home
upholstery shop. Wnrd-of-mouth praise
for her workmanship brought her many
customers.
: But after two years of operation, the
Lorain Building Department told Insna
she had to close her home business
because it violated residential zoning
laws.
Armed with a dream and dollars from Sitting pretty
her brother-in-law, she bought a $45,000 Irena Bukovac, left, has vears of experience in
house on commercially zoned North upholstery. She can breathe the life back into
Ridge Road.
"Thn first twp years wornrough,"ahe an old and undeslreable pieco ol furniture.
said of the struggling business, "but
tbon things picked up and wn bought a
bigger place."
Irena and her husband. Bogdan, also a
native Yugoslavian, ordered the con- on my couch." she said. "I would ab- Mohawk. Robert Levin, Rob Royal. State
struction of n.4.000. iquare foot building. solutely recommend her to anyone."
Crest, Aladdin. Golden Triangle and
At B&B you'll oelect from hundreds of
Onnett You'll find styles In berbers,
Today.. 18-ytsnr old Irena heads her
own upholstery shop In a business tradi- fabrics and styles. Your furniture will be stain master, Ausel IV and V a* well as
picked up and brought In to the indoor/outdoor carpeting.
tionally run by men.
Irvxa has also redone upholstery for
"I know that most upholsterers are workshop. There, old. tired, worn out
men," she said of her trade, which re- foam, padding and stuffing will be several businesses including Friendly'i
replaced.
Support
ties
and
springs
will
Restaurant in Amherst. St. Joseph
quires her to do everything from
hoisting sofas to sewing precise stitches, be reinforced for strength. One*) the Hospttat, Lorain Community Hospital
fabric
is
ser-jred,
your
furniture
will
and The Tavern on the Mall in Elyria.
."but this fa what I know bow to do, and
why shouldn't I hove my own look and foei better than new. In fact,
"For businesses, wo do the Jobs when
you
can
watch
the
transformation
if
you
busInossT*
it's convenient for the customers," said
choose. Irena encourages customers to Irena. "If they want the lob dode Satur' Ireoa named her business B&B "visit" their furniture while she is workday or Sunday, we do It'. We believe In
Upholstery (taken from iier husband's ing i n It.
having excellent, convenient service."
Initials) bjkeause Sogdan encouraged her
"•
don't
mind
if
people
want
to
come
to: start hi*r own business, she said.
Customers can also come (n and buy
Whether it's new leather for your Lin- In and see what's happening to their fur- high quality foam to redo thoir own furniture,"
she
Mid.
"I
don't
mind
showing
coln or cotton for your camel back sofa,
niture or to make pillows. Take advanthem what I do."
B&B Upholstery deserves your trust.
tage of B&B's 24-hour service on
Winter
Is
thit
bent
time
to
work
an
auto
cushion-foam
replacement.
**l believe In doing a good fob," said
BAB Custom UphoJatory and
Jruna. "I go out of my way to satisfy my upholstery and carpeting, said Irena.
She carries a large stock of leathers, Carpeting is located at 2017 N. Ridge
customers.",
- Mrs. Ellea Mau of Elyria recently had vynals and fabrics. Alto, choose Rd. In Lorain. Phono: 277-1959 or
B&B Install carpeting and reupholster carpeting in shades like turquoise, ox- 324-5672. Hours arc Monday through
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laid
the
carpeting
:
accepted. Mention this articlo and
went about and beyond the call of duty," find over 50 different shades.
Two years ago. Irons added flooring receive froo custom Foam for any couch
said Mrs. Muu. "Ho ripped out all of the
ot chair reuphohtnrtng
through
old carpeting, took down the doors and, and drapery to her husinoM*.
Octolmr.
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Residen :s sou
on proposed r
Black-and-white
photography
complex
discussion set
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! . : « • ' f'ui >:»;•, S.ibcKV. ]."J'VJf' r ' i c t frit;
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be!iii!f tif :!••• p m p t ' r i y u w n c i i h\ \Xill:.<;:•
" r i c l i n s s t J o r i . o w n e r o t tin.- A i u i i t.,il.iS a r J d J t ' I n t i . T h e r>'<|ii.'-;t M,,IN f-.-r .1
l i i t i i l w l iisi- rvr^'Hiin, c i tin- !.;:i.i r u r r . ' i i ' .
ly z o n e d C I M fiud B-2 ( o n m m T L i . i t .
business of fiefs.) to K-:t fmulti-famik!
The proposal fur zoning clutters -v.f.
first brought to tha CHiummiou's ;itt«:ntiun tMrly in |onu u h u n il was di.-nit.-ti.
Al that time, the commission had tw»
major reservations with the preliminary
pljn: the) ingress umJ egress, and ihu'
density of resident i.i! units per acre,
Originally, theft! were 16 units jit-r nenr
proposed according tn Maluusek. T!i.revised preliminary plan calls for 12
units pur acre.
Malousek di*iilt with the ingress and
egress revision by taking the traffic
•.v
I
mliA .it
iiu'ti.tyiii'.-nl." M
M,'>CT Kich.in!
i'fr. *.iiil I:'1
rtmtt'ii
tiin-nuli n private ;I IM. HI* :tskt;(J
MuHiusek. if she liiis m u tillrd thi,' A r m y
(TnrjT! of r.nni(ii.'i.'i? -! i;m li.nl ill-- pr-.[H-r sod tests1 <(nnc to tfeturrnirn'
wefhnif.s puvii!jiliti*:s. M.-ilnirsol s.iii*
rthi' intends to
ihrnui^h tin; p r n p « r
chatineK if ila-n is ii(i|»? th.it this pl:m
fiS.iiiJiiriii t i n n n n i i '.ion
t i ' <r<i;x.irii.'ti
-ibiiiH
tr.iffti
w'M pro«reis.
Cumrnission and council [in'inh'T
Grej; Zilkii said thi.1 prniwwtt traflit p."'
lern tak(*s a lut of pri'sstint 11U Ntonn
Road.
.
H
' l*» •«.. Avon '..A-'.
Hi" •,!!!t;*».:i (,! U:-.' intvling is black and
i\h:ti.- phoiri^raphy. !Jid you kj«uiv lighl
i: r'f.uriifnt j s .1 rannu of 1OH«S rather
^•rJii f.'jlors in ii black and white
[jiiou^r.iph? Do you knuiv Iho sirength
JIHI i-vtMkness uf black-and-white
pholujtraphy? Did you know black, and
whitu photography ran bv u»eil in
•ibs true ting subjocts in new and int^r«.'f;fi:i>; vv.iy:.7 There wilt b« a panel
»!»sfHi«.<iori iibnut black-and-whiti*
jili:i!ut;r;i|jhy. T«rr>- Jor.asson. Jim Pujjh
and [iTi.-my Klliult will make up the
p-tr.A ri^,I fj!»ff Urrjoks will be the
iv.uiltiruUir fur lhi«s uvmil. Come and
IL'-JTII the iinswcrs to your qufj.itiuiis and
ifip onus iihovu.
iiijl
tn other planning business:
! I11 ( <i!iitnis^io;i 'li::iif"( .1 reinii'il
t^Mi!*1 h\ W.ivti'* t.Vjnri uf I,tir;iu:. C.otm
w.irt'fii .ipfiruviil It. I.-^IMII'] his Ijii.Tiii
.\u:c» i'.irti -.ton.- at UT. A^fjud.i
Hit
A w m Uiitf Tin- H",[!fJ-s'-n,in: foot
•jiuij W J S n.'jt'c.tut tw;
th
wa-. insnfrii;i"iJt. (Fu
in.my
iiDitihcr (if p a r k i n u spot
l\v fxolijitif.'it th.it '"iifi
b u s i n e s s r . no 10 7ii pt-nji
oppo«eii to ruMil. r.irt-iy
p l a c e s .ipjjrudt^i cJipiuJ
'.-)uin:d 1
v tiie parking
-ovi'ii during
p«ak palrnnani.-.
H»t\(>v(:r. plantiiiiK cuinntis'iido chair
Judy Muimy siiid if and when, the
Imsinuss ia ever sold, it still has lu na- j
the; iippmprialc nuinlwr of piirt-irtii
«pa»:«5 in accordance with ihe cxLiini;
sfjtmru funiagc.
Inner
Frontiers
meet
Inner Frontisrn. an
educational lecture group
which explores subjects
on parapsychology and
metaphysics, wilt bo
meeting at Elyria Savings
A Trust Bank, downstairs
meeting room. 33455 Lake
•Rd- Avon Lake on Tuesday. Oct. 16. 1990. Social
time ii at 7:30 p.m. with
tbo program beginning at
8 p.m.
Speaker for the evening
will be Feme Clements
with the subject being
WICCA-The Old ReligionFacts and Myth How the.
Old Religion of WICCA
Fits Into Today's Society.
Fee for members is S2.
and guests S3. Membership for iho yoor is $5.
Parking is in (he rear of
the bank off of Electric
Blvd.
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i:hnl'ii to
iHTip • ' \ ! ' s w h i r )
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M i ; -I ;
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The- nnxl ir.ut'tiiiK. Oct. 18 at 7;J0 p.m.
in lliy library hjisbi-fnchnngtHiaaaneof
I lie former Erie Shore Photography Club
nifmber;; is t i m i n g to visit and to show
sotnu of her nature slides which havu
bw;n used in Nature majjwzines and
calendars. Hnrbara Eddy, nature
photography, comes From Iho northern
part of Michigan. She has betm working
with Larry West ond John Herlach dof'*™
nature scminurs.
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"Ashley"
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Tbcima C a r r i g a n . Director in
.Kustdence of '.he Old Firehousu Thcatri*.
is pltw*etl tu annountfi seem? major i:tipruvemems Thanks la tbe joint efforts
of Don CasM. Avon Lake Bo.irti of
'Education. Mayor HausrwJ. Tfi;* AVIJU
Lake Deportment of Recri'jiiun. and
many many hours of vo!iin'.i.-r hc![»
from local citizens, thu rirehjusc was
able to obtain new carpeting, and
upi1olstor«l seat* in the audience un*a.
art? tl:e better discards So
Ij.arv.uoii Middle Schools auditorium.
iisin the iidrpeiing wa*» purchased b; (he
I-'iitn,»:iS' ""ill also b-t 'i^ippy tu It.irn
ihuf '.lit; nrxi production. The Gazvbc. *
inunliT mystery, wili. tjpcn .Nov. 1 for a
threi: wt'et.end run. with a rndtme*- on
Nov.1 11. More infbrrnatiun nbout The
Carebo will tippt'ar naxt week. For ad-.
vdnce ticL.ut infunnaticiR, ciill 933-1053.
Around arid About Avon Lake
This VWHI. is designated as Fire
Fntvvntion Week. Rich Fra^oUtk. Avon
Lakc'« firt; yrevfinlioit ofTicer. has been
itfrj busy wilh speaking engagements
btforo schtxil children atKf members of
nduit organizjliotis.
He did., however, taLo timn out from
his rather hectic ichodvle to lalk with
Hob Italrn en Aruiind" an</ About Avon
Lake. This interview will I-*, shown on
Thurw/ay and throughout the following
WrJttJr,.
The prugmni v^ill ulso include a Win
fjmily fin: vilely which will *je
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how animation works? Grades 5 thru
adult can learn. Just bring a pencil,
eraser, a lhU:k and thin black marker,
and a white sketch,pad. Clans hold in
Room 609. Register by Oct. 24, Instructor. E.J. Farbarik. Saturday, Oct. 27. 1-4
p.m. Fee: 510.
HEARTSAVER CPR...American
Henri Association two-year certification. Learn one-man, child and infant'.'
Daily from 4 to 9 pm
BJ)| any sandwich, platler or
-d&iver special at regttlar price
ard get the second ono (of
equal or lesser value) for:
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dinner special at regular price I
and get the second one (of >
equal or lesser valuo) tor:
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•Ww on ihc program fbha
president of the Avon Late Chapter:
the Internationfl] Toastmaster'»
will talk about the club. Us ol
and Iti organizatiou.
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Araur.d and Hbouc Avon Lakt
broufht to Continent?! CablevUicn/oi
the gsvcriunent access channel, Quia
net 31- b; the Avon Lake Caife Advitoirj^
Commission, it can be seen daily at 1' '
a.m., 2 p-m.. S ji.ra.. 7 p.m.. 0 p . m ,
midnight.
. WITH THIS COUPON • EXP. 1041-90 g
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Catch "Browns Fever" in
our lounge for all
televised games!!
CPR in this threo-nour clau p o ^ ^
have saved thousands of Lves >eadj^fc5|
. ^ u c t o r Dale Barkhurst R e n t e r
Oct. 19. Tuesday. Oct. 23, 7 70 pan. Pa
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alikn can foin this class learning to ugej
the microwave for more than jutt boU>|
ing water or warming leftovortalone or bring a friend lo m M t l
new faces and have some fun with'
>«tni£tor Pat Poldoihl (our
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by Oct. 19. Tuesday, Oci. 23. 72O;t
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AND VOLUNTEER TO sHEL
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Guild sponsors rummage, bake sale
AMBEROAKS
The Annual Fall Rummage and Bake Sale, sponsored by thri Ladles Guild of
FoJth Lutheran Church, wilt be held on
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 10 and 20 at
the Church on the corner of Garden and.
Lakeland Drives in Avon. The Friday
•ale will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. acd on
Saturday from 9 ajn. to 12 noon. ' ; ~
As Es traditional, many, many items
will be specially priced at S2 per bag
RESIMJRANT
'Monday Nite Football"
Specials
$1.00 .Draft,15* Wings
$1.00 Va, Ib. hot dogs
[you pack)! Many lUwnsw
needed for tha upcoming wi
The ladles sro known; for t
baked goods and *m^i^ of-Ibi
baJced'dfllicacIes will be again
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The Isdlss of the church are' reminded >
that all ttema for the BBIA are. t
bf
church before
6 pjn oaThbndsy avan4
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HOME COOKING
MONDAY-SATURDAY
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934-5194
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Lounge
Fiwhiy b»«otkd En our Wtchm w,T.F. & C
Good Old Eating Pleasure Found Only at
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IBUFFALO WINGS 15«M ^
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14 Oz. CharcoqJ; Broiled T-Bono
Nightty Oinrwf SfMtisIs Swvwd From 4 p.m.-lO p.m.
Breakfast Served 6 a.m. til 11 a.m. Dally
Friday - LAKE ERIE PERCH, COD AND WAUJEYE
LORAIN • U41 14TH STREET - 244-6171
AVON LAKE " 227 NULLER • 9335181
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949-6469
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Vi Ib. Tas^f Ground Chuck terved on a Keher Bun,
Golden F.F. & Topped w/lett\Ke & Tomato.
Flsli Sandwich on/ y
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Bringln
Hours Open:
Closed Sunday
Mon. 11 im.-3p.rn.
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Heavenly Burger $ 3 "
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Chicken P^prlkaoh & Stuffed
Cabbage Served Daily!
Daily Specials!!
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Open 7 Days A Week
Celebrating Our 20th Year
Serving Our Community
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Bar Open 1 p.m.-11 p.m.
33499 Lake Rd.
Avon Lake
B.S.CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTS
^f^ Our 1st Annual Halloween Party
Coming Sat., Oct. 13, 1990
Fun. Food, Dancing. Prites
Beet Costume:- 1st Placo - Cash PrUa
2nd & 3rd Plata Prizes!
Monday Night Football
Tuasday
Chili Dogs & Suds
Men's Night Drink Special
Wedrmday
Pizza & Port League Nigh!
Thursday
Wing Night
Friday A 8atun)*y
Dance to the Music with DJ JOE
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„ Dilly Sprcl
Mon.-Sat. 1 i :00 a.m. to 2:30 a.m
HAU. REMTAL * CATEWINQ
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Residents given street
improvement option
AVON LAKE: - City Eii^n.-L-r Tom
Ciba said (he city b iv-idv lt> ;;o out for
bid* for Redwood Avenue s'ri-.-; inprovvmoni«. All that it ii.v<I.-.i is (ht- tc
ahead by residvnls.
Thr assessment COJ'.S are nmdi hii$l»T
than previous<y realized. Ciha -j.iid the
cost of (he proj*M:t per linear Fu<'i is $50.
"Council believes that's loo hijih. so
we are ufferinjt the resident $25 p'tr
front foot." Ciha said.
The city has agrvtni to pick up half ihn
tab or pay
t!»; other $25.
A 15-year assessment plan would lie
-offered to residents which would include seven percent interest.
"For an 80-foot lot. at $25 per foot, the
cost would b* $215 tu S257 each year."
Ciha said. The annual payment would
be added onto property taxes and would
occur over a 15-ycar payment plau.
COUISLII told stem? «! <[IL- residents p.'*-1vent that tho improvement*;
would incfiisif thi'i- property i-alu1.'*
Mayor Hiiubrad asltcil for a show o!
tumds to set* hdw many Redwood
'•-.•sttivntii in attendance would like lo ste
fruitiua of ihi? prnjci'i. Nearly half ra»5«d
their hands.
Qnti resident said installing curbs and
gutters wctild stop the buildup'of tar
and stones on the street.
Ciha said, "According to Ohio codes,
we could assess tho nisicients the erUir&
cost of the project."
Hut the city does not wish to muscle
residents into a project of this expense,
he clarified.
r>ha added that there is LO drainage
on tne street. Curbs und gutters would
be * significan; help En routing water to
the lake.
Highland sewer district stalled
f-i-AVON LAKE - Because of the .requirements of the master newer plan, the
Highland Road sewer district construction was stopped last week.
-Council member end Sewer Committee chair Greg ZUka said Council ap- proved the • improvement plans fur
- Westwiada {.the Highland sewer district)
without realising the plan called for a
48-inch pipe. .
_ i i-ccording to the muter sewer plan.
"the'pEps is required to be 54 inches in
diameter.
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Jones & Henry, the firm which compil-
ed tho master sewer pUin. was asked to
examine Iho situation.
"We•were told lhal a 54-iuch pip«
with a lesser slope would handle |ust as
much os a 48-inch pipe with a greater
slopu." 7-Uka said.
"We need to discuss lht» Issuu. and
perhaps we'll know more in three or
four days." ho added following Monday
evening's city council meeting.
Until then, progress was stalled to
allow timo fcr Jones tk Henry to uxuminu
iho situation.
VFW to hold blood drive in Avon
. \ t r "Avoa VFW 36950 Mills
".- Ro«d, Avon,.will sponsor
its semi-annual Blood
Drive open to the public st
tbo Post,Home on Tues-
Tho Loraln County
Blood Bank will be accepting blood from 3 to 7:30
p.m. Anyone wishing to
donate blood can come to
the Post during those
t^t'rs. Anyone having
quodtEons may contact
Auxiliary Blood Bank
chuirman Pat Boldauf. by
calling 934-1868.
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Etcetera
Back row: Janet Parry. President; Bridget K B , , , 'tee President; Terrie
Huebsch, Recording Secretory. Front row: Brenda v >.Ae, Corresponding
Secretary; Tot, ( SchrocK Treasurer.
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Pre-schob! info night Oct.16
Tho Avon Lake Preschool Parent's
Association will host its fourth annual
Preschool Inforraattob. Night, Oct. 16 at
7 p.m. at the Avon Luke High School
cafeteria.
In an effort to help parenU choose the
prft;;'hoo! best suited to t'^oJr children's
needs, representatives f'.~ *evor«l area
AVON LAKE - T h e traffic light at Jaycox and Walker Roads has been installed!
Motorists can see the poles v'nd wiring which are ready to function properly. But
the city is required by the siato to have the lights flashing yellow for a few days,
allowing motorists to realize ti«r presence of the new ilgnaL
Jail plans make progress
AVON LAKE -Many ohstaclos stalled planning for a new city jail facility becnuie
of so many Intricate state requirements. Melda Turker. representing the stato In 1mplemenMcgUieso requirements, sent a letter to Polico Chiof Richard Hunt saying !he
pIar«rwUTbe submitted for the next stop of tho approval process.
The Women's League of Aw in LaVo
United Church of Christ, 32801 tlectric
Blvd.. is having their Fall Rummage Sale
at the church on Tuesday. Oct. 16 from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. This is a large sale with
many, many items. Something for
everyone. Including a bake «le. Plan on
A Special
Policy
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new N«iionwid»* aganL
Bids thrown out for Beck
AVON LAKE — Councilman Dale Crscas motioned the bids for thn Beck Rood
sidewalk pioject be thrown out because thoy came In at $2,000 over the estimated
cost Cracas said In tho spring, bids will oo reopened Jointly with tho Contor Road
projecLThus, • lower bid for the connected project should result. ,
Committee deals with sewer odor
AVON LAKE - Back la August, Earl C. Roggenburk of 379 Avon Belden Rd.
wrote a letter to the mayor. The PRESS and council momber Grog Zlika. chair of tho
Sewer Committee, to complain of a foul otlor coming from the creek behind city
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Roggenburk said tho open vent on his iroo lawn elicits a foul smelling sowor odor
which enters his homo, especially when tharo Is a breozo from the north. The odor
bothers neighbors as well, stated his letter.
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Zilna said tho problem Is a result of a combination sewer which handlos bolh
•totm and sanitary sewer water Ho mot with lohn Knloppor, director of utilities, to
discuss how lo resolvo tho situation.
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"It's a very expensive problem," Zllka noted.
Tho city installed a special vnlvo to allevioto tho odor. Howuvur, -£ll.Kn snid the
ultimate solution iff to separate the combination sewor.
Such a feat is a high priorlly item on the Sewer Coirnnittoo agenda smc« ii completwJ tho Walkor Road trunk lino study. Zilkn 3aid last month.
Important meetings
proschools will present pertinent .inforr .
mation about their respective schools.;:
The Information night is open to the :
pubtic and Is free of chargn. For further.'••
information, please contact Bridget Karr '",
at 933-1732.
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Tlio Avon Lake Preschool Parbnt's ,
Astcclsiloa is a non-profit organization
of parents of young children. - • ;,. ;
having lunch with us. The food is
always delicious and prepared by the
ladles of the church. If you have'any
Items you would like to donate to the.
sale, please bring them to the church on
Monday, Oct 15 from 9,ojn. to 0:30 p.m. •'.
Entertainment '91 books
Circta Eight of. the St. rccaKu. The'$28'cost willJoseph Ladies Guild will easily bo recovered in sav*'!.
be offering Entertainment Ings with only a few of the ;:
'91 coupon books for sale. coupons.^' To; obtain your
Those books offer many, copy call -Jan. 933^1170.•
discounts at hundreds of ton). 033-0248. or |udy,
merchants end- mako a 033-6010.
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Country breakfast set
Avon VFW members/ w i t h o u t t h e w o r k ;
and their Auxiliary will be Ssusage, biscuits i- with
serving their famous sausage gravy, Kom'efrles.
Country Breakfast on Sun* egg*; juice and coffao;
day, Oct. 14 at the Post.. Adults,-$4.50; senior
Homo. 30950 Mills Rd., c i t i z e n s $3.5O:f and
from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m children 10 and : under,/
Bring your friends and a t $ 2 . 5 0 . • •'-==-"-• > ! . - ' : . :%••joy a good broakfat
Lake Erie Seniors
irry vanderCord
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P.O. Btn) 1t2
Avon UJ», OK 44012
NATIOKWIDE
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The Lako Erie Seniors
moot overy Thursday
noon «l tha United
Church of Christ, Avar
Lake. Luncheon is served
by Novotny Calorlng. For
reser'atioos, call 933-5302
or P2IWO58 by Tuesday
evenings,
Thursday. Oct. l l .
members'wil play cards,
Bridgo, Pinochle. Crazy
Eights, etc, with prizes
p r o v i d e d by t h e
organization.
Next Thursday, Oct. 18,
the ."Towereltos'* will
entertain- Hope to see you
there.
Presents. 1980 CHEVROLET
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AVON LAKE - Mayor Richard Housrod nnnounced two niootiniu will i«k« pluca
this week. Ono is tomorrow morning. Members of tlm Army Corps of tnglnuom w 1
meet with city officials, b u i l d s and others to discuss wetlands. <r the Corp. or
EnRinoctrs Is stlU on tho Indoral payroll coino Thursday." Hausrod said.
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Women's League to hold rummage sale
for
special people
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Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thgllman of Avon Lake take a strotl through Avon Lake In a horw^
drawn carriage In celebration o( their 50th wedding anniversary.
If You're Not
Receiving The
PRESS
Thellmans celebrate 50th miiestoni
Mr. and Mrs. Alvic Thollraan or Avon
lain recently culebratod thoir 50th wed'
ding onnivnrsary. The couple was
escorted by a borse-drawh carriage from
their home in Avon Lake to their
daughter's home in Brittania Estates.
They were accompanied by their ("reotgrandchildron Mogsn and Michael
Schneider. A catered cocktail party was
held in their honor where many family
members and friends joined them. *
Mr. Thcllman, now retired, worked as
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10% - 60% OFF
All Nursery Stock
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Emerald Valley Garden_ Center
Taxus 10-60%
junipers
Azaleas
Rhododendrons
Viburnums
Winter Green
Barberry
Strengthen
Evonymus
Your Lawns
Life Line
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a carpenter, and was a member
Local 305 Carpenters Union. He is also,!
World War II veteran.i'Mn '
Theliman . I* a homomaker: _
volunteered in the AvonCLalco^l
system. They" a r e : bbt"
residents of Avon Laka.>:~<
-Alr^i' ^th-i their:'dati_
Schn«,!der, - they.- have t w ^ ^
Greg and Gary Schnoider. and
great-grandchildren, Mogaiu'
Michael Schnoi'Jor.
Q:When the Avon Lake dump close* at the end afiheyemr, what an Avon takmt
residents going to do far dumping?
A: According to Avon Luke councilman. Dale Cracss. who beaded the f ommittW.
assigned to study the feasibilityof d o l i n g th« dump. t K f ^ i y u t i a t h a procea^a"
looking for a trash collector who will agree to pick up~Thost o r all ^ t h l l g f
Crncaa motioned at a recent
cily council maotingib bid t
for 0 tofusii contractor.
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"WH aru going out for bids since our trash hauler's contract is up.^said CrijcaJt
W» are hoping to negotiate this service In tho contract as lohgas Itiioost^efnclent*
He added a number of options are available. "We thought of setting astdepnetf
|mr your, perhaps during "Clean lip Avon Lake VVeek." to have residents putjJUt
their refuRc tliat would normally go to tho dump." Cracns said.",.
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Another option being considered Is havitig the c£ly start Its own Lompoafp
which would nccopt muny ol the materlnUAvhlcivare now tnken to the dump.
Crocus so id the city would still pick up iloms nucKus
appliances All c reitdeai
to do Is call the city.
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ORPHAN BED
SALE
•-50-75% OFF
Bradford Pears
Newport Plums
Maples 2 5 %
Oaks
OFF
White Pines
FREE DELIVERY WITH LARGE ORDERS
Emerald Valley
Garden Center
33753 Center F.idge Road, N. Rldgeville
Rte. 20 - 100 ft. West of Lear Nagle Road
ft Auto Care
Complete Service on:
Wheel Alignment
Tlmc-Up
TVansmission
• Tires-Battenes
and Accessories
• Brakes
PHIL'S SHELL
33505 Lake Rd., Avon Lake
933-8710
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hefore retaining ^n attorney.
Competence
The Skill,
Profcssi;^
Personalized Attention yoiilfj
Smith
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1)0 MtKjrc Road
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Personal-Injury
Medical Malpractice
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-Shown left to right are Sue Gerbick, Debbie Bush, winner of the 1930s
Grandmother's Flower Garden Quilt at the Homecoming Quilt Show, and Dot
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Homecoming quilt show huge success
All of you who viewed the 137 quilts ot
the Homecoming Quilt Show were
treated to an Avon I-akc "tnumory
maker". All afyoti who mlssoJ the slietv
(or those of you who thought thu $1 admUaion fee was too high) missed a onceiip- a-llfoUmo display of Avon Lake
treasures. Shame on you: Thank you to
afl tho quiltere who put their benutiful
works of art on display. Your hard work
was much'appreciated .by all. Thank
fyotCMr." Bill Votruba, owner of BVC
Enwinnieontrol. for use of your truck to
cicle up tho display .racks. Thank you,
.UCC qulllers for setting up your quiltlcg
* frame and answering a lot of
and for giving your support and help to
tho show when and wherever you ivuro
deeded. Ttiuro were a lot of ladies who
worked during the show to kct'p
everything running smoothly, thank,
you. And thank you so much to tho
Avon Lake Prosa staiT fur putting all tliu
article* and pictures in each edition.
Tho show could not have, been u success
without tint good newspaper coverage.
And for all ofyou who voted lor your
favorite quilt - the favorite is: 91 - The
Tree at Life entered by Ann K- Johnson.
a2 - Everlasting entered by Arabella
Voknty. *3 - Our House Whole Cloth
Quilt enlftrt'd by Charlotte Clark.
William H. Bomrrnr , Michael W. Oommer
934-4510
934-4313
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Finding the right haircut and stylist'can^
be a frustrating experience... unless youV1
Avon Lake
Safety Report
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, Dsflnftfcnsotaorn* at lh* abbreviations found in
tfw Police Logs.
1 OOiUfene on Arrival
... UTL-Unafcte to Locala
.., :BOLO-B» on the Lookout
' «• FlD-FteW Interrogated
t OWKMving WNte totoricaled
XCC-No Caue* lor Complahl
tHsp. Unit-Dtspatched Unte
DUI-DrMng Undor the tnTluonco
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Hfrmani* Dr., Checked OK.
Ot 45 - ReakJentltt olarm on Bayvtew Dr:, Crocked
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0232 - naport of a driver slumped over tho wheol
at Laka/lnwood, C/24810-19 w/15 lor DWI. Request for a tow.
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vehicle: travetog at a r . e w e M t a i rale of speed.
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P4AVesl crty hnlte. UTL.
0652 • Haport ol a water break on Walker Rd.
[wvsl end). Water Dept advised.
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0728 - STHJKI (s respondina to WwtwOTd* Or1250 - Beacon CL resWenl receiving strange
telephone cats, requesting special attention. OK.
151ft - Possible OWI drwer «astbound on U k e
Rd from Sheffield Lake. LTTL.
1020 Reprot of • sailboat, possibly In distress otf
Vel PH., observed woatbound Irom Miller Rd.
Park. OK.
1943 -RacMesa operation of a motor VONCJS
comptamt on Purkwood. UTL.
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2147 i-Ouil Or, rMkJent feportlng susptaioun
toertAgera Irt areti, GOA/UTL.
21S7-'9*1-1 hang-up caB from Marfa'cok. Check231°6K"-"juspWoos vehlclo behind Moor*. Rd.
business. GOA/UTL. .
2332 - Vet. Paik clenred ol Juvomiea.
visit ^StSS^SSr
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07 t t - Mttf-ot damaoed by a vehicle on Jaycon
Rd., Beoort. : •
0651 - Lear Rd. business reporting theft ot tool
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0900 - UegaUy posted sign renwved from
telephone pole at SR 6 3 at Luke Rd.
0904 • Complaint of a suspicious person walking
thru backyards tn Woodlands subdivision. Checked OK.
1016- Nurrwroun caDs ot an MVA onSR 83/hlgh
school. Request ttw squad, a tow and tho Service
Dept. for a clean-up.
1102 - Alarm at tocal bank. Chocked OK.
1113- Fife alarm rooorted to Rro Dept on Bounty
Way. Checks OK.
1249 • South Point Dr. resident has protXem with a
fuvernio.
1300 - Fireworks being shot oil Irom Inside n
rosidenco on Foroat HUt. Juveniles advised.
1432 - Quad vehicles and dirt bikes racing In the
45 allotment. UTL
1500 • Minor MVA on Jaycox fld. Report.
1525 - Lornln police have a (omale in custody for
whom wo have a warrant.
1549 - Sqmd la responding lo Beacon Ct.
1810 - Barking dog complaint on Foroat Hill.
Advised..
1955 • 9-1 -t hang-up coll Irom Creekifde. Checked OK.
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2057 - Residential alarm on Crootwood Dr.,
Checked OK.
2 t 1 0 • 9-1-1 hang-up call liom Inwood. Chockod
OK. 2141 • Report ol a vehicle northbound on
CrosNvood lhal just turled h»o ynrds.
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2149 - Landlord/tenant rjlsputo on Lnko Rd.
SLiSomunti tnken.
2333 • Tolophono harassment complaint from
Redwood Blvd., Centot has calf trapped, info to
Pronecutor.
AUGUST 21
0014 • Loud party ccntplninl on Mulberry.
AdvMed.
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0542 - Squad responding to Beachpork Tov»cr.
0934 • Squad responding to Community Education Cento'.
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" Free fitness profiles at Medicine Shoppe
Your bathroom scale can't (jive, yuu. a
fuli picture of your fitness- Even it* your
w-jght Is iu the ideal range, your lean
muscle and fat tissues may nut be at a
proper ratio. Discover the "real picture"
Saside your body. Find out whW. your
b»'liroom scale's not telling you by gutting afrea personal TUness prattle.
1 \B Medicine Shoppe a! 4-15 A-l Avon
Beldcn Rd., Avon Lake, will b« offcring<
Creo ftness profiles through Friday. Oct.
12 from 10 a.m. to 0 p.m. This confiden;
tidl profile is recommended for people
of ii\\ ages, regardless ol personal exercise liivd or weight.
An EleciroLipoCraph instrument,
manufactured by Bio Analogies,
generates Ihe film»s profile, accurately
determining the amount of fat.' water
and musciti in your body.
How are these amounts determined?
The procedure is called bio-e!ectric im-
jiedance, which introduces a liny,
juhilftts electrical curmnt onto the participant's band and counts ihe
mi-jrosecunds required lor tiic current
tu reach u sensor on the 1individual's
fonl. Brxly fat slows theflow of electricity; the more fat. the slower the current
travels- The instrument analyzes the
height,' weight, age. s»tx and bio-elcctric
impedance of each participant to
measure body composition.
Finally, you'll get a computer printout
with nutrition and dipt tips designed to h«!p you raainJain your current weight.•-:
or lose excess pounds abd o personal ox-;/;;
orcisochait showiilighowmany'calbriosfi
you bum doing Ui^ertmt exercises.,. ,'?'>:
For raoru information on • Ihfl tree"
Fiinnss ProWe please calLThe Medicine •<
Shoppa at 933-ir)OT. NOT&, The pro-^:
ccdure requires;participants bare^obo '
foot, BO women *n encouraged la wear
kiiee-hi'a or locks.
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pages, the white pages, area r.ups, emergency numbers and more, Firs- Source is the most complete; accurate source
around It's also the only one published by your phone company. So don't play around. If you need something, turn to
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SHKFFIELU.'SHKFFJEI.U LAKE-; -- S!.32t>. i!!h ^.-.tiie »jr!s t«!-ike!hali: O r a l
Hi'-* Board uf KJti.jalion Monday riiihi. /,c\Um-T. L.:vc! -i. 3!,«•'>'} 40. prl-i -..JI:O ; ! I.' .tFJi.nuc-i ...-v.'ivl if,. m s v n ::•« • i'.iii; (j-jrr L"'i!iii".i. i.fvt>! •!. S2."-;i>.4'J,
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tivc Sejit. 10: Liul SuziiVii':
Wilii:j;n>uii.
t u n s fjii«ketliall. 1.Vil]i;i:n McPhi*?. 'Levu!
effective S.-pi. :»T .ilso Th- board will
grunt Willi.-nti^on tin: fumjj .sum pinmen! due p«r the master c.'Ulrjr.l
Dua to advanced training, the fuiio-.ving personnel received salnry
adjustmonts:
Jacqueline Bajc. from B'.IZ. Step 5
($22,045) io BV.2-1. Step 5. (S22.8?I>:
LucraUa Hyde, from M','»12. Step 22
($35,505} to MV.24. Stop 22 [S3G.a'J8);
Resa Kresge, from M. Step 19 ($33,042)
to Mtt12. Step 19 (S34.280): Juhn
Longen. from B. Sicp G ($22.0-15) to
BVW12. Step 6. S22.87I; Connie Niece,
From BW12. Step 16 ($30,698) to BH24.
Slap 16, (S31.B49J; P.D. Purses, from
MK30. Step 18 ($44,805.70} to NIK40.
Stop 18 ($45,732.60]: Marilyn Schncck.
from MU12. Step 18. (S34.28O) to M%24.
Step 16. $25365.
Tho board corrected tho contracts of
the following certified personnel: Carles
Ziemke. M*M0. assistant principal a!
Sheffield Middlo School. $39,497,40
(pro-rated balance of the 1990-91 school
year) 215 days; Becky Strati*, My«24.
Level 5. half-time, Spanish at Broakside
High School, at the raln«f il2.77O.5O.
The following personnel were awarded supplemental contracts for tho
1990-91 school yean William Corr, Level
0, $442, bowling advisor; lames Piazza.
Level 1,51.591.20, varsity assistant boys
basketball coach; Brian Behrcndt, Level
0. SUS02.S0, varsity assistant wrestling.
and Level 0, $1,149.20. boys varsity
track assistant; Rhonda Saegert. Levul 2.
I. 5l.-t2'5. SMS i.'Jid coacli For hoy-s
track; t-tn Tfl*:r. I.»IVT-I 0: 54-12. 7th grade
AcaJcmic Ciuli .-idvisor: Brian Subcz.il>,.
l.ifvt-1 0. SI.149.20, SMS wrestliUK
cu.ich; Kathl<*«n Bimi\ I-evel 0. S972.40.
-SMS girls (r<ic!t htiid coar.h.
The board hired Chttryl Brezovsky as a
homobound tutor at a rate of $11.60 pi!r
hour. Linda Crane was hired as a longterm suliKtilutt; at a rato of J96-00 p«r
day.
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Non-pi'Tsbnnct* matters approved by
Ilio board include the following: Jennifer
Craham hired as a rocuptionist, $7.30
per hour; Dawn Roberts, crossing guard
at Tennyson. $5.86 per hour; Victoria
Granny Bazaar
Long, monitor at Brookside, $5.86 per
Coordinator. Anita Hlava, looks over
hour; Kathy Devino. noon-aide at
children's selections (rom "the liltle
Knollwood. SS.66 per hour; Sandy
B*>!*U3. afde, S5.U6 per hour.
In other board business:
The board approved three submitted
courses of study: Occupational Work
Experience (OWE); Occupational Work
Adjustment" foFgrndes 0 and 10 (OWA);
and Home Economics forjjradfls 7-12.
—Tho board voted in favor of purchasing a boiler needed for the Brookside
cafotoria. The cost Tor the boiler and installation service provided by Electric
* Appliance Repair Sorvicn is $2,670.
—The next regular meeting of tho
Board of Education is Oct. 15, at 7 p.m.
in the Administrative Center.
Engineers make flood insurance study
AVON — A flood insurance study of
flood hazard areas in Avon Is being performed by the US. Army .Corps of
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The study, by the Buffalo District of
* the Corps, is for tho Federal Emergency
Management Agency under its Limited
_,Mop.Maintonance Program.
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Areas to be examined jn this flood fnJ
surance .study include - French Creek
from its Intersection with SR 63 (State
Road) upstream to the city's southern
i corporate limit; Schwartz Ditch from its •
. j^confiuence with French Creek upstream
to the city's eastern corporate limit; and
Mills Creek from Its confluence with
French Creek upstream to the city's
southern corporate limit..
The purpose of the study Is to deteri mine' Rood evaluations and floodways
' for this i flood prone area. The study
5 jf results and subsequent mops will be us1 by the community to carry out the
__. j floodplain management objectives of the
^National
Flood Insurance program.
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" The flood insurance study will also be
^ ^ jsed for determining appropriate flood
^t'taiurance promlum rates for buildings
"^and thpir ^cpntonts. It enables prperty
i^^owDers lo purchase flood insurance nt
reasonable rates. It also requires communities. to adopt local floodplain
managomont measures to protect peoplo
and new construction, from .future
flooding., •
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Inlorestod peoplo tre oncoiiragud to
bring relevant facts and technical data
concerning local flood hazards to tbe attention of John Smitok, Services Director, City of Avon. 35774 Detroit Rd.,
Avon, Ohio 44011. who will forward the
information to tho Corps of Engineers.
Food distribution set
if George Elliot sn Id (tbnst:
One of the vendors on Granny's 1900
Bazaar list U "the little bookworm company". This Avon Lake-based children's
book business U run primarily with your
pre-schooler in mind, '
Retailing to either individuals, home
or pre-school book fairs or organizations
Becking fundraiser projects, selling
hooks of all sizes, shapes, textures.
dimensions and themes, consisting of
cither exciting or calming colors depending on the topic, is the stato-oMhe-art
aim of "the little bookworm company"
owners, (im and Lucy Turrittin.
Applying their backgrounds from
publishing and education, Jim and Lucy
have selected affordable books that will
11 r»i
' Hope Lutheran Church announces
that Sunday School has resumed. Join us
for Bible Study at 0:15 a.m. every Sunday morning. Special emphasis fa placed
on teaching out children with planned
activities throughout tho yoar. Wo feel
it's very important to establish good
worship habits at a young age. There is
also a class for adults with opun discus-
sion and direction for a Christian
lifestyle.'Won't you |ofu us and remain
for worship at 10:30 a m.7
Hope Lutheran Church. Missouri
Synod, Is located at 4702 Qstbr Rd
(north of the tracks, between Abbo'A
Harris Rds.) Sheffield, Ohio.; Interim
Pastor is Kov. Leonard G S>ohs. For
more Information coll 949-2020.
WILLIAM P. LANG
CMI & Criminal
Trial Lawyer
33399 Walker Road
Avon Lake, Ohio
933-8938
Auto Accidents
Medical Malpractice
Wrongful Death
Workers Compensation
DUI/Criminal
Wills/Probate
Divorce/Dissolution
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Theatre Corp.
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"Animals mako such
ngreeablp friends - they
auk no questions, thoy
pass no critlciim." Let's
romtmber Io take good
earn of our nnlmnl
friends.
This mnssnge is
brought Io you as n
public service from Dr.
jomos A. Burns, Avon
Lake Anlmril Clinic, 124
Miller Road, Avon Lakii.
•Phone 933-D207.
be an enjoyable asset to your chtJdmn's
library for many yean to come.
The only problem you'll have hi in
choosing between the numerous.
unusual hard-to-Ond selection! of story,
teaching,' boliday-theined. pop-up fun,
Bible'*lory, or evep tho: Mother Goose
version prayerbook.
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Come see for yourself at GRANNY'S
SHOPPERS' STOP BAZAAR on Saturday, Oct. 20 between 10 ajcou and 4 p-m.
located fn Christ Ev. Lutheran,Church,
32747 Lake Rd. (corner of RJe. 83) in
Avon Lake. Jim and Lut^r, the other vendors and Granny will bo glad.to see you;
and you'll be glad the holidays are just
around the corner.
Sunday school resumes at church
THE PERFECT
ANYTIME GIFT
James A. Bums
Veterinarian
Are you lucky enough
to have a good frfond? A
friend who Is always
thoro when you noed
him; pstlsntly llslani to
your problems with
deep, undurstsnding
eyes; always greets you
with affection, wants Id
have fun. nnd It excited
when you nr» happy; eno
thial makoa you feel Important, needed, and
special? I was lucky
enough to hnvn Brandy,
4 tny Coldnn Rotrlevor.
Granny Bazaar features children's books
Curing construction of the drivuway
and parking lot at tho Shoffield Lake
Community Center, the USDA and
County Cupboard Food Distribution
was made at the First Baptist Church In
Shoffield Lake. This. month, it will
return again to the Sheffield Lake Community Cuntor. 4575 Lake Rd.
On Wednesday. Oct. 17, distributinn
for qualified participants in Avon, Avon
Lake, Sheffield Lako, and Shafflotd
Villugn will be made from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. At this time applications may also
be made for Holiday Assistance Baskets.
PET CARE
bookworm company" with owners Jim
and Lucy Turrittln.
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Council divided on
full-time mayor's sal
Continued
*n?.*Ti p.tg;' '
will be carnmg more ilia" lh<; nuyui
whose salary would still bf-> S4 2.'30O.
Council nteitibiir Glunri EtntK"bciit;vi^ thi: salary should In; StO.fJO'J.
"U'<i. a titil*.1 unfiiir to look at othur
salaries in thi? city. Ww ->!njuhi ijoinpan*1
il to other cili<.-.->. I can't fvun stick to
$42,500," Bendirr said.
'Councilman Paul Burner concurrwi
with Bonder.
Councilman Dale Cracjs di sag rued,
nut wanting to duqruaso tho salary. "The
mayor has lo be a leader. He has to he
motivated, a problem- sol VLT... public
relations. We n»»cd to attract .i quality
ir.'livid'jil."
Count-ilman Dun Liplak said, the
saiary should bu 550.000. "Out f can live
with thy compromise! of $-15,000."
Urbin told council his main concern is
to .gei the Tull-iiiny administrator issue
p.iss«d on Election Day, und many of the
voters have expressed S45.OOO a year Tor
the mayor is too high.
The final vote was four to three in
favor of selling the full-tlino mayoral
salary- at $45,000. Haverbacfc, Creg
ZiUui, Cracas and Uplak voted in favor
of the measure while Beroer; Bender'
and Urbin dissented.
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Methodist Home retirements announced
Hardee appetites satisfied
Several city officials and residents attended the grand opening of Hardoe's in
Sheffield Lake more than ono week ago. They were treated to a Hardee's
breakfast. PRESS photo - Ed Barlow
Bloodmobile
A Toning & Tanning Salon
Beat The November Price Increase
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no sweat, no strain exercise
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toon upp»r
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2. Circulator:
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Did you know that when
you give blood you give
another birthday, another
anniversary, another talk
with a Mend, another
laugh, uuother hug,
another 1 chance? Please
come to the Avon Lalto
High School auditorium
on Thursday, Oct. 18 from
10 a.m. till 3p.m. lo
donate. All arc welcome.
Mr. D. Paul Carrell. Asst. Administrator of Resident Services at The
Elyrui United Methodist Homo announced this retirumunt of two long time
employees.
Mrs. Murgi; Balint. Food Service
Operation Manager in the Dietary
Department retired on August 30, 1090
uflur 21 years of service. She resides In
Elyria with her husband John, a retired
US Steel employee. Mrs. Balint is a Certified Food Protection Manager.
Mrs. Margarctti Hanson, R.N., a Nursing Supervisor, nilircd on August 2B.
1990 also with 21 ycaia of service. She
resides in Elyria.
Both Mrs. Snlint and Mrs. Hanson
were honored with special parties given
in their honor by their respective departments and were congratulated for their
loyal sorvico by Mr. Jorrold E.
Dlackmare, ]r.- Administrator of The
Elyria United Methodist Homo.
Mr. Corrcll staled that that, "they art)
another fine example of the caring people who work at our Home end (iieir
dedication to their profession. They will
both be missed."
The Elyria United Methodist Home is
u comprehensive retirement center in
Mr. Jerrold E. Blackmore, Jr. and Mrs.
Marge Batlnt.
r
Elyria which has over 300 employees
and whose Dietary Department serves
over 1000 moaU per day to the bvor35O
residents a\ The Horae^Tba Nursing
Department offers both Intftrmedlate
and skilled nursing care and accommodates 209 nursing residents.
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Hypertension strikes In all walks of life...
No one Is Immune from this desease.
Single Session
10 Sessions—
16 Sessions
20 Sessions—
Drug Mart Complex
Corner of Moore a Watkor Rd.
Mon.-Frl. 9-5, Sat. 8-7:30
933-7447
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More lhan 26 million poopte are unaware they hive high blood pressure.
When led untreated, high blood pressure can lead to heart snacks, strokes.
kkJney disorders, and is a primary contributor lo heon and circulatory dlsoase.
, Protect yourself... itarl with a simple screening.
Get to the heart of the problem.
Wednesday, October 17th
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
445 Avon Belden Rd.
Avon Lake (The Landings)
933-4000
Convenient travel
Rex and Mary Kay Culver take t-Aoiittie gins .liuundihtJAv-jnLdAeHoniijcoriiiriT 1
JUSt Overseeing .
festival, Sept. 2S,; in a v^ayon. One ijttle'gir!'3 daughter, Olivia Culvsr. The bthor
is Jessica Herrera, daughter nt Avon Lake veterinarian Dr. Pam Pohlman. Tho
Culvers and their niece settled under the trees taking shei'.er from iho autumn
showurs. PRESS photo - Murctlla Grande
P.'uadc co-chairman Ron Andolsen drives, a golf can; in his Koystono Kop
uniform. Many committee members played Keystono Kops and made sure all
was running smoothly at Ihe festival
C.i35i>- /.frsdon stan;Jj h^ne.iin i»i... Lvo
t^ct:cn of pn tj'-ib't'il.i h>.?!a by h:,"
cousm Pnu! Ni.-i-jon Cassy n tfit.»
daughter of Scot! and 8,nrJy Amsa«;n
The fdrntiy braved t h t ra>n ;•( Avyn
Lake's Homeccrri;ng FnM.y.ii So"t
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This clown made several balloon anmals (or childron at tho Homocomfng festival
hold inside Avon Lake High Schocl.
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Some discontinued mens, womens and children boots
will be offered at up to 70% OFF regular prices many of these are one or two of a kind, so not all
styles are available in all sizes. All sales final.
371-2340v
27235 Wolf Road
Hours: ThursfJ.-iy 10-9, Friday in-O. Saturday 10-6
Band hospitality not sanctioned by city
AVON L A K E - T h e Ila> Vi\la$\! f[inh
Sr.huo! Ma-chinu Band was suing lt> do
just thai in order tu^L-t tu Avon I-ikc Fndjy nigfit-nurch.
Dun 'to a sljuriagc u( Jurttls lo piuvi-Je
Uu< Iraiisportiiiion, tl»i band was going
to begin its juurnyy after school let out
around 3 p.m. HDWUVIT. Mayor Kicharil
Hausrod and tile jwjlicir t:hiiif rualizud
tli« potuntidl safely hazard involved and
rho overtime il would cant lh« city in
police patrol.
"It will cost $'!00 to $1,000 alone to
provide pnlics overtime," Hausrod said.
He has heard that Bay Village Mayor
Edward Chapman is going ta issue a
parade piTiui! for Friday. Oct. 12.
Mitusrod' -.,-tiil ll»? Avon Lake Mar-
- SPECIAL GROUP SKI OR-SAIL PACKAGES
- 8 DAY - 7 NIGHTS Dec. 2-8... BRECKENR1DGE. COLORADO
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$740
Jan. 13-20...EASTERN CARIBBEAN CRUISE from $ 1 , 0 1 6
Feb. 1O-17... PANAMA CANAL
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$875
Mar. 2-9... SKI-STEAMBOAT, COLORADO.
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Mar. 1CM7...EASTERN CARIBBEAN CRUISE..
$1,100
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Band -A as tfuing tu meet flay
's band halfway a.iti isturt their
yuysls inlo' town.
Vehicular traffic will infrinc upon
the safety of the student* 'Jausrod
reasoned.
"Wu do nol support this dnd soy
policu overtimti inclined will be charged
to tiic City of Day Village." he said at
Monday night's meeting.
"The high school principal and band
director support our decision," ho
added.
The plan calls for Lake Road Id be
closed from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
The Shoremen play the Day Rockets
Friday night.
Call today for complete details on our unique Ski or Sail Packages.
933-9455
LEARWOOD SQUARE
1-800-621-2377
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Corner Walker and
TCSW WAFFLE COM.
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Toll Free Phone 871-3728
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PRESCRIPTIONS ARE THE HEART OF OUR BUSINESS:
Your Full Service Neighborhood Pharmacy Modern, Computerized For
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coupon
per customer per visit. Customer must pay any
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promotional offer. Offer good only at participating
"TCBY." stores. Cash value: 1/100 of a cent.
Offer Expires: 10-31-90
... . ,,•;.-,. Registered Pharmacist On Dutv At All Times
'. Alt Your Avon take Drugs Prekriptto»%'and Htaltb Needs Areul fox D
Neo-Synephrine
Nasal Spray
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Fresh, Sliced
The Country^ Best Ibgurt.
EVERYDAY
LOW
PRICES
'LEARWOOD SQUARE
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933-2444
Learwood
Square
933-7000
Sugardale Emberdalo
Bologna
Sugardaie
Bacon
Arnish Lo Salt ;
Dutch Loaf
Halls Plus
MenthoEypthus
Alpine Uce Diet
Swiss Cheese..
Macaroni Salad....
•In Our Bakery
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Chap-Stick
All Flavors
Strudel Sticks
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Glazed Donuts
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IN DINING ROOM
• Shrimp
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• Baked Scrod
Parmlgiana
• p;b Steaks
THE PARTY CENTER
FOX DRUG FILM DEVELOPING
Buy I.GcrZndFREEl
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• Omrnighl.,, "W* PiomJia1
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Oror good nt perticlpailng stores only. Not
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expires 1Q-3t-&0.
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slip when you coinu la the Library. Your cess and networking, and programs to
name will appear in arid ad in the, spark community interest. Therefore,
PRESS later (his month as a Library
they are asking for .S3 mill beginning in
supporter.
January, 1992: This mfllage replaces the
The Library S'Jclts to continue *.o pro- .725 mill operating expiring in
vide quality library service, including December. ltfai, and adds another .255
professional staffing, a wid« ran go of milll and formats, automated acYour Library needs YOU.
Avon Lake_ Public Library
Between the Bookends
•NEW MAGAZINES. Sonic 32
magazines have been ordered as new
subscriptions (n addition to the 200
already in the collection at the Library.
For young adults are the Baseball
Card news, Dirt Bike, Merlyn'l Pen.
and Saiiy. Zillions and Your Big
Backyard have bean ordered for the
Children's Department.
For pet fanciers. Cat Fancy, Dog Fancy have been added. Environmental
concerns are addressed by National
Wildlife, Waste Age, Waits Watch.
Organic Gardening, and Earthwatch,
933-8218
as vvi-l} as Garbage and Fine GardeningAmerican Films, Aviation Week,
Space Technology, Bon Appetit,
Christianity Today, Collector*1 Showcase,
Commonweal, Congressional Digest,
Connoisseur, Education Dfgsst* Family Handyman, Midwest Living, Nation, Stereo Review, Working Mother,
and Occupational Outlook Quarterly
have been added. Reader's Digest,
Spanish edition will also be available.
LIBRARY LEVY ENDORSERS
SOUGHT. Hero is what YOU can do Tor
YOUR library:filout an endorsement
Infertility support group to meet
Infertility* strikes one out of six referral services to its membership.
couples and it is estimated that over five
The week of Oct. a is National Infermillion couples in the United States are tility Awareness Week and RESOLVE is
affected by this condition. If you have conducting an educational meeting on
been trying unsuccessfully for one year Oct. 10 at the Avon Lake Community
or more to have children, you may be a
Education Center. The meeting Is from 7
victim.
to 10 pjn. and features Dr. Anthony E.
Many people have found help and sup- Bacevice, M.D., as g'iest speaker.
port from a group called RESOLVE. Seating is limited to 35 people so please
RESOLVE is a nationwide non-profit call 467-841!) or 277-8567 for advance
organization dedicated to helping vic- reservations. Refreshments wilt bu
tims of infertility. It offers information, available.
counseling, support, modical data, and
& $AV£ - TUESDAY'S
Senior Citizen Discount Days
Lear Rd., Avon Lake
mmmmm^m$m££
The
Emerald Parrot
Pet Shop
Tor a Gem of a Pet"
Don't miss
our huge
Halloween
Display
10% OFF
Specializing In Exotic Birds - Breeder & Exhibitor -
ALL BOXED
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
A Full Line of Quality Pet Supplies
Domestic & Imported Birds
From Now tfl
Od 31.1990
Tropicals - Fancy Goldfish - Reptiles - Small Animals
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- ANY PURCHASE
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LEARWOOD SQUARE
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Compioi* Selection of Ptrty Goods
We carry a lull line of picture frames,
stationary, balloons, party goods & gifts.
fExdudM Dog 4 CM Rxx3>
CARDS & GIFTS
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933-4900
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Remember Your Sweetie
On Sweetest Day
Saturday, Oct. 20th
-. Cash & Cany Specials •
Mixed Bokays $ 4 9 5
Choose from a variety of Sweetest Day Specials.
Order early • quantities limited
Fruit Baskets Available Upon Request
Avon Lake
TWO LOCATIONS
Bay Village
933-5445 » Cleveland: 89WW20
Uarwood Square
375 Leaf Road
Avon Lake. Ohio
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Bay Village Square
27313 Waif Road
Bay Village. Oh©
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TWO AVON LAKE LOCATIONS
375 Lmr M.. Avon bike. OH
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Sheffield
Sheffield Lake
City Schools
S The Loruin County Schools' Bojrd of Education
~. recenUy sponsored the 34th'AnnuaJ Lcrain Comity
— Schools". Parade of Bands. Performing school districts
5 included Awn, Clearview, Keysione. Midvicw and
g Firelands. Approximately 500 student participatcc* in
JT the event.
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AVON HOAGIE SALE. The Avon Hi«h School
<r Hoagie Sale will bo Oct. 20. When you're busy with yard
£j work and leaf raking, let the Avon Band members make
x supper for you.
Our Hoagie sandwiches are fresh from the buns to the
meats, cheeses and plenty of extra-*. All this for the
reasonable price of 52.50 a piece or 3 sandwiches for $7.
The Avon High School Bend has participated by invitation, in many local band festivals, marched in the
Ohio State Fair Parade for several yecrs and performed
at Disney World in Orlando. Florida. Tho proceeds
from the Hoagie Sale are identified for the Orlando trip
the Avon band will lake in 1993,
The Avon Bund members thank you for your support.
Please contact Pat Kelly, 937-C661 to place your Hoagie
Sale order.
ACADEMIC BOOSTER CLUB. Avon Hifih School
Academic Boosters will b« selling helium-mylar
balloons far Sweetest Day. Balloons will be delivoiud to
ihill
"truwfnl person
nannn or
nr special
iiuu-Ial m
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that special
son
or Hnmihtnr
daughter PptdniFriday,
Oct. 19 during 8th period class. The cost is $2.50. Ordur
blanks available at the high school bcolu-tont curt.
EDUCATION COURSES \
AVON LAKE CITY SCHOOLS
COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTER
237 ktotmar Drive
Avwt Lake. Ohio 44012
In PartrwttNp With
The Adult Career Center
Lorain County
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Kurt Kleefeld, a sophomore at Avon High, participated
in the recent Parade of Bands.
QUEST-SKILIS FOR ADOLESCENTS. Tha QUEST
SKILLS FOR ADOLESCENTS course Li again being
taught to 7th grade studnnts at Avon High as part or tho
Unified Arts program. This B-wuok course include* tho
challenges of the teen yeara. building sslf-confidoncc.
learning to handle emotions, developing friendships
and social rpaturity. strengthening family relationships,
developing skilb in decision-making, and sottlag goals
for healthy living which include preventing tho UJHJ of
drugs/alcohol in one's lii'o.
One important way to help young adolescents become
responsible, coring citizens Is to provide them with opportunities to look beyond themselves and reach out to
others la their schools and communities. Each class
participates in a "SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT*.
Tbe first group of Quest students chose the theme "Staff
Recognition Day". They prepared brownlos in the home
economic: foods lab and distributed them to the staff at
Avon High with the note attachcd-IN APPRECIATION
FOR ALL YOU DO FOR THE STUDENTS AT AVON
HIGH.
For the high school openhouse. tho students made
posters and displayed them >n the home economics
showcase. These posters emphasized the importance of
the Quest program and tho pride which these students
have En ihefr school. In tho future UKISO posters will bo
displayed within the community.
QUEST is sponsored by tho Avon Lions Club and nil
training materials used is funded by this organization as
one of thoEr service prelects
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KNOLL WOOD. At the beginning of the year In
C.iapler I Reading the children in Mrs. Ferraro's end
Mrs. Baita's classes are introduced to simple pattern
books with a repeating pattern of words. Thos« types of
boots help the children predict and gun confidence hi
the early stages of reading. The more they read th» more
fluent they become. Simple, early level Hade books from
"Sunshina and the Wright Group",forexample, provide the opportunity for beginning first Braders7lo experience success at reading. A s a follow up ccttvity, the
children become authors of their own pattern.books.
Thus, a writing activity complements the reading activl*^
ty. The result is that the children have been involved to. T
a •veil balanced re^mg writing irctiv ity. Both actlviUm
complement eorr. other and help the chile! build a solid'.,
foundation.
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deserve some old-fashioned
personal attention...
See me for State Farm health Insurance.
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DECORATING SERVICE
S35 for % hour lesslon with interior decorator.
This charge maybe applied to any purchase;,
30% off Top Treatment' -;
40% off Draperies & Sheers y
Custom Orders'^
In Home Service Avaiiable^H^
Offer expires Oct 31,19907' ' >
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Definitions of some o' tho atfcre^aS.'cns Icur.j in
the Police Logs.
GOA-Gorw On A/rwal
OTVUnabie ID locale
MVA-Motof Vehicle ACCULTII
BlE-&i*akjnc & Entefuij;
BOLO-Be on the Lookout
ITO-flsW tnletiugared
OWKVrving VYTWe trttoKcated
NC&No Ccuse for Complaint
Dlsp-Unlt-Oiapafched Units
Om-Cnving UrtoVe tfw Influence
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Continued from pago 1'
Quality, Screened Sandy Loam
COOS • LAKE RO.-J^.'T-.'t-s roE'-' L,'P on rurtt-w
.i.3tJtio" Pj/t.'fils ciled
UC32 - FERNOAIXKrMLWORJH-Co.r.pl.unt
of
-.L,t;iet[s, a?!;ur^3 M ^ ! ^ o/'estBtl tof D C .
Ck' JTL.
0123 • LAKE HD.-Uf.it CfWdOng 00 limalo sit*epmc <n verucia. Crwcks OK.
OZ36 - DUNNY-Compldin) ol unruly tnafo. MiJu artes'Dd lor DC intoJiicatJon,
1950 - LAKE RO -CompWnt of dortwaBc. Report.
S£PT. 2?
0206 - HAWTHpRNE-PossloIe domestic
CCT. 1
Advtsed.
2356 • KENILWORI H-Possiblo domestic
0212 - BUCKEYE-MVA. Male wrested for GUI & Advised,
FtosisSng arrest
0033 - REDWOOO-MVA. Report.
1453 • NORTHWOOO-PossiWi fight £wr*ecn
0108 - HOLL-Domeatic. Advised
fuvonies. Reaotved.
0"S3 • LAKE RD.-Umt CMecKing OK fumble walk1643 - BELLE-H.S, reepondng to woman <fl. Un.1
<na. Czechs OK.
ssalated.
0828 LAKE RO.-Dog Bite. fleDwt. owner cHod.
1729 - B£U£-Compieint ol Juverrtea bttering.
1438 • DUNNY-Probkict with iovenUes. SettteC.
Juvenfes made to dean up mess.
15O3 - ABBE RD.-Minor MVA. Report.
1752 - RICHEUEU-Complaint of vandafism.
1500 - OEVONSHtRC-Report of Juvonitea fio>»nl.
Rosohed.
2124 GHEENWOOO-Compl«rt of
OCT. 2
Report.
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0217- LAh£ HO.-Tratftc stop. Male anealed for
SEPT 28
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0237 MOWELL-Ponibic prowler. NCC.
'0809 - WEST DR.-Neighbor dispute. Report
0701 LAKE RO.-CoropMnt at runaway Juvanile.
1344 - WEST SHORERepcrt c« lost child. Parent
Report
located,
1418 STAFtK-Anknal compWm Owner cited.
2033 • DEVONSHIRE-Compioint of suspicious
144S • LAKE RD.-Conxrfaint or theft Report
, vehicles. GOA.
1039 SUNSET-CompWnl of runaway JuverMe.
2106 - OAK ST.-Complaint o> suspicious vehicle.
Report located.
Checks OK.
2029 HOa-Compteu of dog We. Report.
OCT. 3
2051 H0U.-Com(*j(nt of loud music. Advfaeo.
0317 - ROBERTS-Complainf of unwanled intoK2232 «JU<ETO.4>O«»fe»efightNCC,
Icated n»H». Male wrtnted DC, !ntoiicatlon.
2304 LAKE BO.-Uo(t chocking on subject sleep09(1 - OUVERRS. respondina to chest pains
*Q in vetMds Male erresled D.C. Persi&Uno.
Ur£s assisted.
2337 LAKE RO.-Compferint Ol rowdy juveniles.
1200 - WALKER-Trafflc stop. Male an Bated for
Dispersed
No Operators License.
SEPr 29
1543 - SOUTHWOOD-Complaint of harnaorrwnt
0036 LAKE/mWEUL-RunawayjuvertHelocattrt.
All partios advtsed. .
transported to (he Detention Home. ,
1762 - HOU-YVVOOO-Cornplaint of subject
0058 - WEST Ofl.-CompWnt trf a fight. Settled.
shooting crossbow. Mole dtod.
0346 {VANHC€/KENILWOHTH-Juvendo picked
1916 - lOLEWOOO-Compieint ol assault. Hecut
be for curfew violation. Parents cited. ~
2010 - rVANHOe-Poaitie B*E. Checka OK.
050? • HOWELL-CompWnt of suepictoua condi2103 • MAPLE-PtoWem with luvemle. Advisod.
aoii. UKe »fre4tftd on warrant out of Loralr. Co. 2224 - IRVING PAHK/IVANrKJE-Juvorhkis toHet
papeiing, Moss cleaned up. sent on their way.
1401 MAPLEWOOO-Complalrit of vandofism.
223) - LAKE RO.-fl.S.respondingtoBack pain.
Reporu
,. Unil eaststed
from 5 to 0 p.m. Tickets ore $15 and can
be obtained' by calling 268-2710 or
9494068.
Who DUQ It. Circle 11 of St. Joseph
Church Is sponsoring, a Murder
Mystery Party, Oct. 20 in the Social flail.
There will be music by Odyssey, food
and refreshments. For more information
call 933-8552 or 933-47.71.
This, weak is National .Infertility
Awareness Week. An Infertility Educa-
Prepare YOUR Garden
for Spring NOW!!
October Topsoil Special
tion meeting will bo hold ut tho A.L.
Community Education Center on
Wednesday, OcL 10 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Other stuff... ihc T-ahfrt I wore in the
Homecoming dunk tank last week
which road RICK HEMMER FOR
MAYOR was a (oke r~ I think... The
SparltChannel petitions are all ovar
Avon Lake and filling fast. Politicians
beware, there are morn people behind
this issue than you think...
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SAVE $10.00
BULK SHREDDED MULCH $ 9 5 0 0 Load
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Prices Effective 10-10-90 thru 10-17-90 I
Snuggle
Fabric Softener
Fiex-All 454
Pain Relieving Gel
64 oz.
Qngtn3l or Maming Fresh
"Penetrating relief from
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S stiffness."
Lesj maii-irwebale 3.7B
Your colt att-f - 1 . 0 0
rebate 32.79
'Don't torp« to us« your 23' coupon
Snack Size
Bar Sale!
Discount
Drug Mart
Ice Cream
10-11! 02. bags
Claf« Ban. Oood
Oood 'ri Plenty. MJk OuCa.
Vi gallon
Oreo
Hunt's
Snack Pack
Pudding
or
Oreo
Double Stuf
4pk.
16 oz.
Your
Reg. $2.79. Choice
Blue
Bonnet
Dutchie
Soft
Pretzels
14.5 oz.
99°
Oleo
Quarters
59*
Farm Fresh Grade A Extra Large Eggs 8 9 C
Come & See One of The Areas .
Largest Selections Of
Candy & Costumes for Halloween Trickery!
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AVON,..People On the move
Fill i bag for 51-30 both days on table
ilums. SMITH'S COUNTRY STORE
CAMPBELL DROP-OFF
Please support Ihe Avun PTA Camp
bell's labol drive by purchasing Campbell's products from Smith's Country
Store for extra bonus points. CsmpDui
labels may also bo dropped off at tho
store.
ST. MARY'S CHURCH FISH FRY
St. Mary's will bo holding a Lake Erie
Perch Fish Fry on Oct. 26. serving from
2-B:30 p.m. in the school halL Coat for
adults is $6.50 and children. $3.75 Ad
vancc tickets ONLY can be purchased at
Smitty's Barbershop or from Juan Smith
al 934-5H02, or Anita Stockard at
934-0331.
RUMMAGE SALE
Avon Church of God will be holding a
Kummago Solo Oct. 12 & 13 from S a m
till dark. Hot dogs and homemade
bakery will also be for sale.
P.T.U. FALL JAMBOREE
Tho Holy Trinity P.T.U. is having a
Oi:t. 13 - Lih.rry Sport Card program 2 Fall Jamborco on Oct. IS in the parish _, ^jj
p.m.
hall. The fun will begin with a family,^
Ocl. 13 - Church of God Rummage Sale. pumpkin-decorating contest end *
Q a.m.-dari.
horse-drawn hayride at' B:30 p.m. The
Oct. 14 • Host 7035 breakfast,fl:30-tp.m. square dances begin at 7:30 pjn.
Oct. 15 -Ruth Circle
Food will be served throughout the ,
Oct. 15 - [azzcrclso, Avon Middle School evening and desserts will be available .?
0:30 p.m.
for taking home. Admission .is,$3 fur
Oct. 10 • Board of Education Avon High adults and $1 for children. •-'-•
Schoolflp.m.
HOLY TRINITY RUMMAGE SALE
Oct. 18 - Trim-Up class., Avon Middle
Holy Trinity Guild will hold a' RumSchool 7:30 p.m.
mage Sale on Oct IS and IB in the
Oct. 10 - Library Fall Flower program 7 church hall, 2620 Nagel" Rd., Avon* ,.
p.ra.
,
Hours on Monday will be 9 a^.'y to 5 v
Oct. 16 - Blood Dank Post 7035 3-7 p.m. p.m. and Tuesday. 9 a-m. to 1 p U
Ocl. IB - Hospital Troat Post 7035, leave
A large variety of household 1; ^ J W U -}
5:30 p.m.
bo available. Homemadu past M and
Oct. 17 - lazzerclso, Avon Middle School coffoe will bo Hold during the LM? ^
0:30 p.m.
SlJO per bag apodal will be held on
Oct. 17 - Avon Planning Commission " tho last day of the sale until-Xpjri.
SPORTS CARD SHOW
FALL FLOWERPHOCRAM,'rjla " J
Avon East PTA will bo sponsoring a
Avon Library U spoiaoririg :a fall
sports curd show on Nov. 10 from 9- 3
p.m. al the Avon Middle School. In- Flower Program on Oct.'lBat 7; pjn.The
loreslcd En reserving a table, call 937- program will teach jrottJtome .tipa for
5400. Cost or tablo Is $25, Thora will bo designing fresh fall flowr arrangements
for your home. Mary Ellen Plai2a of
doalors in cards, supplies and many fun
Avon will show how to design Hallo*
Items.
ween and Thanksgiving table.cantorATTENTION CUB SCOUTS
pieces using baskets with groent and
Bring your parents to the Full Cub
flowers from yoiir' own garden^' Thl»
Scout Round-up on Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. at
program Is for adults only. Sign-up now
Tho Darn. New-boys interested in joinat
tho Library or coll 934-47-53.
ing are especially welcome. If you havo
LEARN ABOUT SPORT CARDS
any questions, contact Cubmaslor Rim
Thornton at 037-6877.
Avon Library will be holding a bporU X
AVON LIBRARY FAMILY NIGHT
Card program on Oct.' 13 at 2 p.m: ;T°ny'M
Wynieski. owner of Big T s Sports Caid|H
Avon Library Family Night will bo
or North Kldgevlfie. will talk about ,---5
held on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. and will feature Shop
collecting cards and caring for your
a Hollownen craft. This is open to
collection.
chlldron ages pru-school to 12 yoars of
Thi* program is for all ages PTB-(
ago.
registration is required by calling
Parents are encouraged to stay and , 034-4743
or stopping at the Library, "
help tho pro-schoolora, with the craft.
Pre-reglstration Is required. You can
register by coming to the Library or by
calling 034-4743.
ATTENTION AVON PARENTS
The second mooting of the Avon East
Paront/Administration Problom Solving
October 9 marked ihe ntart of the Ah*
Committoo will bo hold on Oct. 11 at nual Lobster/Shrimp Sale sporuorsd/by
7;30 p.m. at Avon East School. Ploeso the Cooperaiivo Preschool of Bay
come to vofco your concerns and sug- Village located at the corner of Bassott
gestions. Evoryone is invited. So please and Lako'Rds., In Boy Village.
^
join tho parents of Avon East School for
Live lobsters and fresh frozen shrimp
tho growth of our children and schools. - will be ready for pick-up Nov. 3 at tho
RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
school. Orders may be placed through
Faith Luthoran Church U sponsoring a Oct 25 by calling 8DO-1030. - 1 .
Rummage and Bake Sato on Oct. IB Live lobstor fi 1/4 Ib.J - SB; Fresh
from 0-3 p.m. ^inH Oct. 20 from B-Noon. frozen shrimp (l 1/2 Ib.J - $15.
V,
By: Uobra Balmcrt Polovich
I'l'jiiso -it:i:ii ur tlrop off iirliclt.'S yon
wivh ft haw.1 im.itj'Jeti in ihi1* column
lu
U'jlir.i H,i!m.jrt 1'uluvidi at 3r.7GU
UicjjcKbcrntir KiL Avun by'NOON' on
Thursday before dato of uubiicu-luii.
Call '.I37-540U for more information.
UATEM1NDKK
Oct. 10 - Jazzercisn, Avon Middle School
•VJO p.m.
Oct. 11 - Lions Club
Oct. II - Trim-Up Class. Avon Middle
School 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 11 - KiwanU Ciub
OLI. 11 - VFW Post 7035 8:30 p.m.
Oct. 11 - Family Night Avon Libmry 7
p.m.
Oct. 11 - Avon liast Problem Solving
Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 - Jazrercisu. Avon Middle School
0:30 p.m.
Oct. 1 2 - Research Club
Oct. 12 - NO SCHOOL
Oct. 12 - Church ofCod Kutninuga Sulo 9
;i.Jii.-tiark.
Lobster/Shrimp \
sale underway-^^ ^
JVumber
DRUG MART
VIDEO CLUB
Sun.-Thurs.
Special
2 Large 11tem Pizas
Avon Lake Podiatry
IGO
Dr. Mark D. Gould
Family Practice of Fool & Ankle I'rolifctm
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• Planwr Warts
• Hammer Toes • Heel Pain
• Ingrown Nails • Fractures A; Sprains
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Further I/-'or mat Ion on the KIlctian/Ba-h 1 I I H I M D«autlflcalk>n ExpQ can b* oblaln«d
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merit which nUowsu.s to. revicrw pK.'ii-.
-niti st-'l-b<ick limitdtinns .ire'aviiil.iblu fur
ami issut' permits for ;i!l ty[)i_*» of cim-. the iiskintj. All iipplicnttuns iind pljus
struction. We irotwclor* have IMM>;I
must I'e revii;vvHd for CIKIU ci)mpli;ni.:i;
lusted and certified by the Ulutu ami so il usually will liike 24 tu 4'i hour-.
must take thirty liuurs of continuing
bufoii! a pyriiiil t a n be issued.
education every lhre« years for each cerAH this column ii new, I will li^t thitification wo hold.
permit activity fur the month <>F
September and year to dul« for KiyfJ In
Building permits are required lor neiv
future co!i:inn.i the weekly permit activiconstruction, additions or Jilterulions.
ty will be listed. New homes 12 - year t<>
demolition, garages, ac«ssary building,
dale 115. additions nr alterations 4 -year
fences, decks, swimming pools, siding,
to date 6G, commercial year to dato 4,
plumbing, heating and air conditioning,
commercial additions or alterations 2 electrical and signs. The Building
year
to dale 32 industrial I -year to date
Department also enforces the City's zon4. miscullancous (fences, sheds, siding,
ing; codo as well as building codes and if
nuob. electrical, plumbing. HVAC) 22 applicable electrical, plumbing and
year to date 324. garage 2 - yoar to date 8.
hooting codesmultifamily year to dato Oand signs year
Building permits will only ha issued to
to date 0. So far through September we
rogistered contractors or ownurhave issued 607 permits for a total
occupants of a one or two-family dwell(•stimaled value of 51 million dollars.
ing. If you awn and livo in your home or
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WINDOWS & OO0HS
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Reg. $799.00
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SALE $34900
5 Year Limited
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SALE $94900
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1990 CHEVROLET
CAPRICE 4-D00R
S 12,988
607 MILLER ROAD. AVON LAKE
933-C131
835-3533
$94,900
INCLUDES
WOODED LOT
Tnese easy maintenance homes Includo Audersen windows, 3
Urge bedrooms, 2Vt baths, full basement and an attached 2
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Many Options and Plans
AS LOW AS $ 7 9 , 9 0 0
871-3240
331-1881
William McDonald. «ras noed $250 And
sentenced to M days in £ifl on a charge ol OWI.
Chaj'«s O Basham, 61B Welier Rd.. Etyria:
with orders to attend a three-day atternative-lowas fined S750 and Koniencgd to 90 days in jatt
jail program within 30 days. The balance of the
wuh the lasl 4S days subject to work reteaw on a
sentence was deferred on cenditien ot good
charge of OW1. His driver's Keens© was suspend- behavior. His driver's license was suspended for
ed tof hro years wtth occupational privileges to 120 aays with occupational privileges after 15
D« conudofod after nine months. Hs also wat days.
fined $40 lor speeding.
He was fined S25O more for corMntsutsng to the
Basham also was fined 550 and sentenced to
of a minor. He also was fined $100
30 days in jad on a charge of consumption of delinquency
lor speeding.
ateonol in a motor vehicle. Th« sentence was
Richard
Patrick
Harubin. 37325 Detroit Rd..
dijtorteil on condition ho report to a paroie officer
Avon, was lined S25O and sentenced to 30 days
every iwo ir-onina starling in January and that ho
in jail on a charge ol domestic violence. The
lock alcohol treatment satisfactory to the coun
sentence was deterred on condition thai he ssefc
Mark McLemore. 245 Moore Rd., Avir. Like,
counselling amt report to the court within 90
was firwd J7S0 Icr criminal damage with $600 • d a y s . •
.
• • • ' • .
d'<!ened on condition cl restitution satisfactory to
' Carol A. Planner. 2S41 Elyria Ave.. Loroin. w«3
Ifw court within 30 days and no similar violations
fined SZSO and sentenceC to 30 dayif in {oil on a
(or a yoar.
chargo of having no operator's license.The
Sean 3 Aiton. 2917 rJcnh Hny Dr.. Westiafce.
sonlence was suspended on condition ol no traf«*us lined 5650 and sentenced to ".20 days in jal fic viotattons over two points and payment of
on a charge ol driving u.Tdor suspension. His lines and ccsts. Grace A. Conrad., 300 Jcycox
drrvar's liconsu wa; suspended 'or a yoar and he
Rd . Avon Lake, was fined $200 and
also was lined 5200 lor rtjcfelesa operation
sentenced to 30 aays in Ja4 on a cnarge of pawing
OaJoM. ZIVIC, 831 W 18 St.. Lcrain. was fineo
a Dad check Restitution having been made, the
!SO0 and sonluriced to 30 days i f jail on a sentence was cSotefrcd on condition ot no simiiar
charge of DVVI. Ho was ordered to attend a threo•tolaOona.
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day aiioinalive-to-jail program within 30 days
Fined
SGO
Tor
speeding
were
Rebecca
F,
wiin the balance ot the sentence deferred on
BJockerby, 4325 BrocWey Ave,, Snrffteld Lake,
condition ol no Uattic violations ovar two points and Ross M. Johrwon. 4398 Center Ave.. Awn.
for a year.
Joseph I. Oemyan, 110O Tower Blvd., Lorain WBSMis dnver"s license was suspended (or 120
$;o
pg
days w>th occupational privileges. He also was
Firwd S50 lor speoding were Cheryl A. Larosa.
order ad la attend Alcoholics Anonymous
133/4 Harper Road. Strong*vile, Dwyf P. WsHe.
meetings twice a week and obtain an alcohol
8039 Jotanycaka FDdge. Mentor;. Marilyn W,
evaluation within eo days Ho was lined $50 (or
. Robertson, Smugglers Covo. Avon Lake; Wffltam
failure io keep an assured clear distance.
A. Hoover. 32304 lake Hd., Avon Lake: Michael
,iames L. Szop. 38167 French Creek Rd..
R. Januttka. 32424 Laka Rt±, Avon take; Dcrt
Avon, waa fined 1500 and sentenced to 30 days
Coputo, Centoreach, N.Y.: John W. Johns Jr.",
in jail on a charge ol OWI. He was ordered to el*
lend a three-day alternctivo-to-jail program within ; t49 Lakewood Ave. Avon Lake: Richard B. Exnet. t510 NewmanAve.. Lahowood; Saffy X
30 days and the remainder of the sentence was
Hotiovic, 215 Westwtnd. Dr.. Avon Late! and
deferred on condition ol no further traffic viofflKathy Adams, 1132 W. 8 S t . Lorain.r
ttons over two points lor a year. His driver's
Other opueders and their fine* were Michael R.
license was suspended for 120 days with ocBray. Beevercteeh, $55, and Mary Arm Harp,
cupational prrvfJeg<*s alter 15 days. He also was
Z91Z8
Lake Rd.. Bay VDIsoe.S44.
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lined $50 lor driving left of center.
Other trmfflc vlolatrra and (heir flne«w*raBruce:
Danny D. Long, 127 Herrmann Or, Avon Lake,
A. Grtder. 32735 Lake Bd.. e n * e d reglstislion.-.
was fined $400 and sentenced to 30 days in Jail
S20; Haryoung Jung. 32633. Surrey Aw., Avon
on a charge of domestic violence. The sentence
Lake. runnJrfg a rod Ight, $28.: and Thomes L
was deferred on condition of no similar violations
Budw*g, Wakumsn, Improper backing. $46.
for a year.
Francis Q. Hanchoaky, 37035 Colorado Ave.
He was ordered to seek counselling from tho
Avon, was fined $75 for Improper dumping.
CornertorHuman Services, report to a parole officer every two months for six months and attend
Avon Mayor's Court
two AA meetings a seek. A gun involvod in the
Richard S. Oarba. 609 Judie Dr.. CleveUnd,
case was confiscated. He also was fined $200 for
was fined $800 and Mntencad to Swee day* In
aggravated menacing.
Jail wtth S200 of the ffrw and the •entenor
suspended for on a chwpe.ol OUL He was
ordered to attend DWI school. His Boms* wa*;
suspended tor 60 days with ' nccupatlom?;
prtvileges after 15 days. He &*Q m i fined $60
for Improper driving within continuous Ones or
lanes ol traffic.
«
Steven Geres, 2815 Surf Rd., Lorain. was firv
ed $500 on a charge ot physical control He waa
ordered to attend the OWI school at LorsJn Court•:
ty Community Coflega. Ha abowas flned*100
for contempt ol court and $75 (or laUurt to keep
an assured dsar distance.
James Colo. )5I Avon Pdrrt. Avon Lak».. wa«
fined $825 and sentenced to thrs« days t)ailtM ,
a charoo of physical control. The semence c a t $\t
1903
ftuftpertded and he waa ordered to atttnd th<v
DWI school at Lorain County Community Cot-, H
lege. H« also was £ned $100 for drug abuse and '
$60 for driving lett of center. .
Thomas MacWiKiams. 33401 Chatham Dru;
Avon Lake, was lined $200 tor reckless operation. Michael W. DeclC 914C Abfce/fid^North "
Royalton, was fined $100 (or ptiysicaTcontrol^
Grace R. Mitton, 3 Tattenai CourC EJyrla.1 was
fined $100 lor faiure to appear in court and $60
for speeding. Kenneth L Eavanson, WeClngton,* •
was fined $70 tor licenso required and 860 for '
4 von La*e Municipal Court
ALL
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CHERYL SUTER
KATHY ciKortt
KAREN ZARRELU
SUSAN SCHILLING
LORETTA KAUS
32030 Walker Rd., Avon Lake, Ohio
933-3733/365-2587 / 871-0488
speeding.
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John M. McKanrw. 5665 Wallace B M t , North
RidgovlUe. was fined $75 l o r . having no
operator's license and no motorcycle endorse
munt. Deborah S. Loar, 4720 Maple Rd., Lorain;
was fined $85 for fal^te to have reasonable controj of her vehtelo.
Fined $60 for speeding wore Charfotts Netf,
156 Crostwood Dr.. Avon Lake., and M. Melissa ,
SUnina. 33003 Electric Blvd.. Avon Lake,
Traffic violators Included William F. Dlneen,
16616 Larchwood Ave.. Cleveland, expired
plains. $85; Urry M. Karkorf. 155 Forest Blvd.,
Avon Lako, drMng under suspension, S75; and
Andrew E. Butti. 1651 E. Erto Ave.. Lorain, failure
to keep an assured clear distance. $85
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LUXURY GROUP
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TACHOMETER
REAR DEFROSTER
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1986 FORD AEROSTAR XL, AUTO/Am ^ ^ ^ 9 0 3 9 5 •»
1387 FORD AEROSTAR XL, AUJOIUR ™ . . ; . - « . ; $ 8 9 9 5 .
1986 FORD THUNDERBIRD TURBO
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1987 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER, AUTO/AIfl...™—U $ 8 9 9 5 ;
1987 FORD AEROSTAR XL, AUTO/AIR..........™ $ 9 3 9 5
1988 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER LE, LOADED.-.- $ 1 0 , 9 9 5
1988 FORO AEROSTAR, EDDIE BAUER.™-.
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air conditioning, room tor 15 ,
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1986 MERCURY SABLE GS
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933-3733 - 871-0488 - 365-2587
1990 Homproming Festival
Dunk Tank - Another Success Story!
. The Smyth*.1 CroriHf dunk tank raised over $500.00 whidi \'-:li be
donated to ihe Avon Lake Schools FuuTid.itiun. The wonderful
supporters of this event included those who volunteered thei; time in the
lank, those who tried their luck at dunking the good sports, and those
who gathered to cheer them 01.1. Our schools. .i:id therefore uur children
and community, will benefit because of your participation and great
community spirit! A special thanks to our "dunkees": ,
Ifr-::
Rick Hemmer
Bob Underwood
Mil's Wightman
GrcgZilka
Brian Bamhart
Paul Bcrner
Andy Spooner
Clay Dusek
Mark Harris
Frank Bolognia
Vincc Urbin
Dave Dlugosz
Mike Mannlno
Don LJptak
Tom Kidder
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THI5 WEEK'S FEATURED HOME
374 WEST COLLEGE. OBERUN
443371. tjau/t tinfrrrfxtxry ranth u> rwotly 2 uoulni B B A
(wdrogm* inclutlng 2O>J6 ratttot rat*. 5p»Ooi:t ruxm IndtaJe a
2&tI2 <Bri*vj im and a 21»ti! Lsnily loom. In yout Uiivit Qnw. vn)ov
ih» Imnti ccurt. In grnund piid &, jhown roum. and !h* hum*'; .'
n d w i U a SUZ.IC0 Bitty B u i * 9133733
BETTY L. BAXTER
m
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HEART OF BAY VILLAGE
437747. A tpadou* 4 W h m brtch bungalow on
• ittrp t m d lot. Ffalum fctdud* • fully
ttutcrprooU bosamant. fcmnal dMng rm. ir i
French b S »fc>Kraanad path, TMMV carprtmg,
and. fhanHng toplac*. $129,900 LOROTA
KAU& 933-3733.
2640 SO. FT. AND 16112 DECK
444479 fi*w hunt bang bwft n Granbna. 4
and 2W bath* ** lurftommttd by
roomillncluibij a 21 * 16 Camly im wl
V K M haarihfir*pl»c».Tht m«t*t *uJi» kidudn
o t^amou bath and Um we* m down A cnamir
!o¥«r pact* yw si yuu mlci th*i cmtw haB
eoto**L ProUMtonal landicaping. SI94/«0.
LORETfA KAUS. 933 3733. .
iUXUKfoUSMASTtKSUtTE ,
437S51. A trx* b^oom. 2V, bath c*nUr h«|]
aJc»*al with Victorian tuuehn. Tht umd atonti,
OfiRi iu>cd« and anHqu* brtck Hriqinu ltd to it
chirm. M u M tut* uffei 2 "hit* & 1MI* w A l n
drjwi, «nj luuirv bath. YCMH «l>o Uu ih*
Animal wtidMw*. wiyl lidng Si wobnOTiMd
wood duck. Profnuonat Imdjufufig waroundi thu
lowly hor» 5189,900 LOHETTAKAOS 933 3733
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SECLUSION IN THE CITY
434691. An unuiual homa *aduoad on naariy an
acn with a inafc. 4 baowotna Wtd 3 U baths
luifMiKiitad by a grurnac kKchan, VMV bar,
atrksn (oyar, Icrmal imng, dmatr tlatnwy, &
factory *yttam. Enjoy * 30**2? <ow*f«tt brtdi paOa
**t awvpttonat landKapkig. S164,90a tOBETTA
KAUS, 93*3733.
GREAT STAHT81 HOME
CAPE COD-$32,000
444367. T h i lowly htmi could &t • v«al Hula
hom* a Invnlnamt prc(>CTty. Tun) bmktnmt.
dwitng and tlvlrg roan*, Locatad en a qiiM strwt
Wtfi a IvntwJ yard Ck** u 5cUui dodii, Ttut
ham* h wttOnqfc>you.K> \-*$n to s»(cv »•
S32.OX) BETTY L BAXTER. 933 3733.
441043. Loohmq lor your fell home « n»dy to
ttvit? ThU horw may be what you'it lookTig lev.
If • lecatfd (vi a qidrt itrerl «id K» bam [tastily
iipdltxL TTwra or* 2 bniomhi on Uw nt>l Door
and a roomy third bvdroom uptuwt with nw«
butll *u. TrM harm alto ol((ii a Full baMnvnl and
dew ptnlmty tu (tcrninuiy irhorA. J74J00
MARY BETH BARTO. CSA 933-3733
LORAIN'S WEST SIDE
436635. A grut 3 Urirwim imdi wKh a U l
Anhhcd bdtatrwit W « M to your bvkig tpac*.
Fnv«d h yard wtth pan> & ihrd, attached gvaga
Si I M M I rooj, BvaidtfuOy urpaud and' nn>4y
dnoruad for yovs pktuur. Grant »Urter or
tmpty-nnta, btfrq oJI«*rf *t S6SJ00. SUE
PJCHON 933-3733.
KH1
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444639. f h t i i***Je contemporary Zitory It a
mull t a t !f# localad on tha and of a daad«nd
fbaat on • prlvau at woodad ftouM* bt. TranHin
Indudit 4 badroonn. 2 H batru. parqwt Boon In
. larwy ttfUf ntag m . & dnlPQ nn t 2 Bfplaotv.
lanai kachan, l i tfloorprtva',, maitrr tulM and an
k>?ou*J pool A l thu fcr $149,000. SUSAN
SCHLUNO 933-3733.
U-ESTWINDS-POOL & TENNIS
t
DEAU7IFUUY LANDSCAPED
433287. Unkju* torn* wtth a Inge r*Uu and
(*nc«d back yard. Fcatum mdud* M I <alln
hHchtn wtth breakCait bar. h « nudcr-. batfn, 3
baAwtiu. largii 2t/«l6' family room with fbtpUca
and tnwitii. Tha ma*lat budroom hai Ui & ha
duMt* and • (uO bath. Uwtly bnch niBtar.
5*1.900 MAJZUN, 9333733
435403. A prhiaM eobntol wHh owr 3000 lq ft
dniatad on a tpadout tuootkd b*. Open St
n t a i M lev" ^th euvad (Mlreaw. 4 bnjrootru
and 2Vi bath). kHchcn i^th cantar bland / pbnntne
dmk f pantry / cattng bmira, lartyt lanDy im. has
flrvpbc*. »«t b« Hi tufflng bum>, cittra rm. can b*
dwi. lUwy or offKc ftc Largn matter tuitr wHh
luxury ba<h h wa&fei clo.it $243,900. JANtS
GARNER. 933-3733.
NICE LOCATION
436027. Thu (out badiootn ipbt In Awm Uka I*
lucalad doM to wnwwnlty tdwoU *nd parlu.
Faatum mduda • nauly daoanrtad a>t-ki tdtchan,
btaVourra wtth hafttwood floort. vary taryt tMng
rm. and coiy larndy rm., formaJ dMns rm. wOh
•Her to hJctt yanL and 2 ca gang*. 9109.900.
JAMS GARNER. 933^733.
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Avon reports soccer scores
Avon quarterback Lee PoweQ throws a completion despite a loss to Rretands last
FrfdaynlQlrt. PRESS photo - Mike Greco
Firelands rushes by Avon
Sy MUteGroco
AVON - A fltrong rushing game tod
the Fireiands Falcons to a '24-0 victory
over the Avon Eagles to disappoint a
large Avon homecoming crowd.
Tho king and queen presentation
honored Krlsty Kraksr and 3 111 Hrfccvcc,
as this year's attendants.
Tho Falcons rushed for 271 yards,
many coming In the final period when
Firelands erupted for 17 points to turn a
close game into an easy Firelands
victory.
Falcon fullback Jason Buchs rushed
for 157 yards and scored on runs of two
and 50 yards In the final period. Sam
Oartlett also had a 22 yard touchdown
run for Firelands. ,
Avon's offense consisted of 81 yard*
rushing and 65 yards pawing.
The Eagles fall to 1-3 in the conference Thoy travel to Wellington this
Friday. ,
Brookside passes to victory
By Mike Greco
SHEFFIELD — The Brookside Cardinola rode the arm of Junior Dan Hicks
to a" 25-20 victory over Elyria West last
Friday! night, to delight Its Homecoming
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Hicks threw for 130 yards on nine
completions however, raoru Importantly, two of.them went for touchdownsHe threw 42 yards to Josh-Farmer arid
14 yards to Rpbb Breeden. In addition.
Hicks helped out his own cause by
rushing for e 25 yard touchdown.
Senior running back Steve Hogan
complemented Hicks'' passing by
rushing for 75 of the 91 Cardinal yards
and scoring one touchdown.
With the win. Brooksfdo ups its record
to 2-2 (3-4 overall) in conference play.
This Friday, tho team travels to
Keystone.
Avon Lake gets by Fairview
By Mils Greco
FAlRVtEW .-- The Avon Lake
Shoremeo; maintained its hold on second place In the Southwestern Conference with a 21-10 victory over Fairview last Friday night. ••Tho victory moves Avon Lake's record
to 3-1 (6-1 overall) in conference play.
The Shoremen are tied with Amherst.
one gamo:btihlnd league leador Rocky
River. Avon Lake plays Amhorst for the
last game of the season.'^
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The Shoremen rolled heavily on the
ground and, once again, it wan successful. Tho team accumulated 166
yards rushing, 143 .coming from
sophomore Shoun Pavlovich. In his last
three games, Pavlovich has rushed for
530 yards end six touchdowns.
In tho game against Fnlrvlow,
Pavlovich scored oh runs of two, two
and four yards.,
Avon Lake is at home this Friday night
against Bay High School.
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AVON - Last Saturday. Sept. 29. the
Avon Hurricanes {IM2J lost, but never
gavtj up. to Midview, 3-2. Cole Carlson
blasted the first goal assisted by Sieve
Kmll. Danielle Folovich added the second goaL Scott Maiden and Nick Fillippi wore i he defensive standouts.
Goalkeeper Miko Fischbach did ac
outstanding job, saving several attempted goals.
On Sunday. Sept. 30. the Hurricanes
can;e back with a vengeance, beating
South Amherst. 5-O. Ricky Shepherd led
the scoring with 2 goals. Jason Gibson
blasted 1 goal on a corner kick. Cole
Carlson and Matt Colbert added one
goal each. Defensive standouts were Joel
Decker and Andy Balogh. Goalies Mike
Fischbach and Jeff Dninnor combined
for several saves. The Hurricanes are
now 3-1-1.
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On Saturday, Sept. 29, the Wildcats ,
(U-14). stomped out Firelands 15- 1.
Scoring "hat tricks" [3 goals) were
Frankic Colbert and Donny, Fischbach.
Adding 2 goals were Josh Cuerrieri,
Scan Vitou and Brian Weaver. Jeff Leigl,
Mike Parks and Hector Rivera added 1
goal each. Tho relentless defense of Anthony Danlcki kept goalkeepers, Chris
Tollman. Frankio Colbert and ' Paul
Tlmko from seeing much action. Tho
, Wildcats are now 5-0.
U-82, 2; U-81,1
On Saturday. Sept 20. ;ho U 82 Wild - ^
Things scored 2 over the U-ai Bulldogs
who scored 1. Excellent- defense and
team effort brought this game to s
scoreless first half with several attempted goals by the Wild Things raccessFully blocked by Bulldogs goalie Eric Alton.
The 1st goal of the game was scored by'
Wild Things forward Nathan Smith.
That was followed with a goal off a
penalty kick for Wild Things by Alex "*jj
Berslling.
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Tho Bulldogs fought, hard against'3J
strong defensive playing by Wild Things. *
fullbacks Michael Scully and Matt;;,
liebenguth. Eric Alton scored thu-u
Bulldogs' only goal In tho 4th quarter oa^t
nnother penalty kick to end this g a n e j Z '
Avon Loraln Co.
League Soccer
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On Saturday. Sept. 29. the NtnJaJ
turtles crunched Loraln 4-0 Tim V
dos breezed in for the team's first goal^
while another scored later'wax celled:
back. With an assist by Tana Polovich,,
Brandon Frier scored n point. During^
tho second half. -Tana PolovichJo
an unstoppable baU f o r a goaL" T
oftor several attempts. Jeff Bailey timasfa^
ed In a well-dosarvod goal.; The Nlnjaft
defense did a great Job keeping Loralna,
Sheffield Lake soccer scores!
SL. U-15 vs. Amherst
plovers Including Jonathan Herzboxgor.3
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On Sunday, Sept. 30, Sheffield Lake loshVshceW Jordan Hetchanci;/ "
U-15 played Amherst. The final score Rigo. On offense, Kevin Brown,'Banner.
NicoP3'Edwards
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was 1-2; Tills gome proved to be as exciting as the first match against this op- did an outstanding job.Thoonlygoalfors
Sbeffiold
Lake
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scored
by JefT'on'V
ponent and as heurtbreaxing, too. An
almost flawless first half was played by perfectly placed *hoL Wtlh 'several
players out, this team showed, much •%
Sheffield Lake Marty Krai in the goal
box directed his defensive players to stamina and optimism A welcome/?"
rematch will come later In the season^
keep out the opposition and bad at least
7 outstanding saves. Michelle Miller. Keop up tho good work.
Courtney WIegand and Phillip Rhodes,
gave - much to help thoir goalie.
Halfbacks Steven , Kovach, Kovin
SL U-9 vs. Loraln, 1-1
Weigand and lock McCracken played
A woll played game on both offense:
very wull and kept tho ball upfleld for
and defense Making their first ap^
most of the half to forwards Chris and
pearance in the goal was JordanHatch^
Shannon Pankratz, Rob Vandorpool and
end Kevin Brown: Both played this j
.Loo Markou. Chris Pankratz was given
lion wait. The dofenslvoTplayan „
tho ball by Steven Kovnch and sprinted
eluding Nicole Edwards. Quinn Scented.
to tho net fur the 1st goal of the game.
Olivia Orient. Josh Shools. Matt-Mc-'i
Tho 2nd half was tied 1-1 until with loss
Clolland and Larissa R^go had quite^ltf
than 2 minutes left, tha goalie Adam
workout against many corner kicks^'aV|
Besse was drawn out of tho goal box by
of which were blocked; The only/goal|
Amhorst and a tie-breaking goal was put
scored against was on a penalty"nhbi&
in. Good game, guysl Bettor luck next
Thu offensive game was equally <Kc4ting§
time.
with B randy .Michaels," Katie Koyach^|
Kevin Brown. Jeff CITI, Donald Bannorl
and for the first tfrtie: in tba*; position)^
Quinn Szente. Thoao kids kept;ho b a l l i n g
SL U-9 vs. Midview
motion against the opnosiUor/and 1 ' '
On Saturday, Sept. 22, the Hornets
many shots on goal. The bacfotthe
played a good dofpnsivo gamo against
was finally found off tho foot of Kevin S
this opponent. Albert Cash made his 1st
Brown This tie was a turning point for^,
appearance in tho goal this season and
this team Wo will win tho next one.V>
did n good job of directing his defensive
Sports & Leisure Briefe
Cub Scout Sign-up
Boys in grades 1, 2 & 3 from all Avon Lnko area
schools are invited to Join Cub Scout Pack 300.
Meatings are tha third Thursday of each month from 78 p.m. Adult leaders are needed also. Call John or Carol
Tillatson at 033-1225 for dak Us.
Adult Couples Volleyball
The Avon Recreation Dopt. will otto: a volleyball
loagua for adult couples on Sunday evenings starting in
November; Tha league will accept 12 toams. Tho rcsters
that will bo accepted first aro (hose that have al least
otghf. Avon residents on a team. Those with loss than
eight will be accepted on afirst-come,first-servobasis
depending on nood. Entry fee will be $120, with a $5 ad*
ditianal pur person charge far non-residents. Rasters
and payments will bo accepted at Avon City Hall Monday through Friday during business hours.
Raquetbalf Lessons Offered
AVON LAKE - Find out why rnquetball Is tha newest
Olympic sport. Tho North Coast YMCA Is offering
group raquolbull tussons to any intorestod Individual.
You need not be a member of the YMCA to take advantage of thetw. lossons. Beginning Nov. 11.through NoV.
27. a group of four lessons wiil ba offered Tuesday mornlngsirom jo.tol.l'n.m. and Tuasday^BVon'ngs from
7:30 to B:30 p.m. All participants .will bo lsiuod a pass
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good for unlimited court tlmo during the m u n u t n ^
November, so you can practice as often as you wish forg
no additional cost.
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Tho cost of tho lessons Is $40 for non-members, $20,i
for Blue or Basic Y membeni nnd no charge to PromloOi
or Full Participating Y mombors. To register for thiTS
lessons or for more details, contact Judy at the North
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Coast YMCA, 933-9100 or 035-0022
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Basketbail League Forming
S H E F F , E L D / S H E F F I E L D IJVKE _ A m o n . s uao(w _ ^
ball league is forming Tor play In October. Interested^.1
parties (teams or individuals) should contact D. Gaul
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849-8105 or 040-0495.
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Avon High School sports recap
AVON - Hurt* <irv the results uf thifollow inn sports action from rtmii-,is
'before Sojit. 20:
Volleyball -The L-idy fris!.^ tj,;ft.,.ted
Brooksidu la-:; jiid 1S-4.' |.'iin> Smi!(<
and Dunisc Sctmcok hiid tj [x>ims r.tuii
Juliu Sudy had 5 ami I.xrui Kili.lt ti.jcj r.
assists. K'isly Miller qivi Di-;ii,f Ijn-ilkr
had 3. kills t.'iich. Avon also tU'fivjN.-d
Open Door in 2 ga«it*«.
The 7th jirad-j tuJiti lost to Ub*.;r!m -u:tl
Keystone.
The Bth gradi! Itani <Ji>!c.it<>ii (('i.-Hm.
15-8 and 15-12. but lusl to Keystone.
Golf - The Enp> g»i!F team dwC^im.!
Elyria West lti/J-177. Loading th>- K,np!i:s
were Brian Jomns-tl: Kuviu Fitch-tt.
Ryan Jonei~t2; u;i*i 'J'orn Mru*<ki-4<l.
The varsity golf twini lost to HnjuiiMile
at Oob-O-Link.
Football - The 7th and ath yrnd<; Iciini
defeated Brouksiile 12-6 for ils first win
of the season: Cong Ml illations on a WL-II
played game. ,
The varsity football t.aam played ivull
but dropped a 7-0 decision to Cluarviuw.
Tholr record now stands at 2-2.
_Tho (V loam defeated Cluarvii'tv on
the fallowing Saturday, 12-0. The team's
focord is 1-1-1.
' The. freshmen taam ck'fouted Clearview on the Following Saturday. 0-0. The
loam remains unbeaten with a 2-0 mark.
Cro*» Country - Linda Mnrletie run
very well at Malane College Saturday.
Sept. 22, to finish 10th in a Held of runners. Beth Schlcssmun was l50th out of
170 in the Junior high race. Amanda
Scalotto was 79th and Nicole Carlson
was 95th. Mark. DoChant and Kurt Gibson led the boys varsity with places of
27tii and 35th in a field of 200 boys.
Marietta led tho varsity girls in 21:10.
Julio Hensler and Amanda Fisher clocked. 25:42 and 27:00 respectivnly. Cathy
Vasu ran 26:42. Beth Schlessman was
timed in 15:44 for the 2.1 mile junior
high distance. Amanda Scaletta was 2nd
in 16:26. NIcolo Carson, funny Brawner
antf Kelly Vodicka warn 3rd through 5th
respectively.
'"The boys varsity cross country team
defeated Welling Ion 25-31. Murk
DeChaat led tho liugles in 10.-J4. Guorgc
Triana was 2nd (n 18:41 and Kurt Gibson clocked 18:42. JoJonZajnc ran 20:16
and Bub Andreas, 23:03.
Golf - The golf loam finished the
'season by defeating Flrolands. Tho golf
team winded up an even season of 7-7.
The Avon golf team ended ils season by
finishing 5th in the Northeast District.
Leading the Eagles were Brian Jamoa.
31; Ryan Jonos. 02: Kevin Fitch and
Scott Shestag with 94s. t h e Eagles miss-
1st Joe Kris golf tourney set
ed qualifying for the rvgional'tnatch by 5
st rokfi.
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Volleyball - Th<( v;:rsiiy voUtsyti.i!!
Ji-.un
iii-fi',ilt'il t l f > " r l i f i
1T.-3 J i i d
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• i n d K«!>".li»!if V5-H . l i i d l V H in r . n s ( > i l i o i r
n't " i t ! !f» I J - J . LVMHUK thv K.ivM-i in t h e
win OVIT Ot'i'rfm w j « Lynn Kilt.h n i d i n
puinK ami Kisty Mil!i-r \\'.t\> I Vl!t'.
D-niM' W.-.-ir^ch with ~ kilK, a n d K i t t y
Milii-r uiiii i-i [joirjl:,. lett tin; ti-.im t o
\ i'.Iory uwi .i inuiih K«'j it'jiii' M[tinit
Th-- IS'-MTI di-ftMl'.-d CI'Mrvioiv 1 5 - i 0 , i n d
IT. It)i tu iiii(l.L' tlifir ri'f.ortl 14-2.
T h e " l h );r;id'' voll>.'vb.'ill U-,nn di-fciiti-d
C;ittiirvi'>\v 15-5 -!i"i 15-10: tin! Ins! t o
Fiicl.indv
r h c l i i h i;riiil" vullfyn;'!! 1 tL-;im di;fi\H<;'l
Cii'cin low 1&-9. 7-15 a n d 15-0. buT a l s o
li'st to KirL-iiJtids.
Football -• Tim varsiiy f'lullt.iH I r a n i
improved its rvucrii tu 4-2 with .1 20-7
victury aver Kisystcim:.'
Tin- J.V. tt-tirn L-ridud with >t 12-12 l i e
nil S.ilurduy n y a i n s ' Keystotif. T h e i r
record n o w s t a n d s jit 1-2-2 for I h u
M>asoij.,
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Tin; freshnu.'ti ffiotbiill tvain remains
uti'Iefeaifd with <i 14-12 victory over
Keystone. The freshmen's record improves to 3-0.
Cross Country - Mark DeChant, Kurt
Gibson and George Triana finished 2nd,
7th and (IIh respectively in a vury strong
field uf runners representing 11 schools.
All 3 Iwys earned plaques for their efforts «s did Linda Marietta who finished
Uih in the girli open race. Ueniso
VVearsch was 17th at 20:04. jason Za|ac,
Jeremy Le«s. Bob Andrews, Juliu
Ilenslcr, Cuthy Vasu •-. and Anmnda
Flalier run, their best times uf Ihu ytiar.
Linda .Marietta posted a 21:15 Thursday.
Oct. 4 to load the varsity girls.
The junior high "Fantastic 5" of Hoth
Schlcssman. Amandn Scaletta. Nigolo
Carlson, Jenny Bruwner and Kelly
Vodicka gave solid performances to
finish 2nd to Sandusky Perkins in the
team ruco. Purkina had 30, Avon - 54,
Rocky Kivur - B7, North Royalton - H9.
and Medina C l o v e r l e u f • 1 0 4 .
Schlcssman was 2nd. Scnlcttu - 1'Jlh,
Cnrlson • I1lh, firnwitur - 14th and
Vudiuka > I/th.
Cathy V'UNU ru'i 20:42 mid Julii:
Hmistor, 2(J:59. Beth Schlossman clocked 13:51 over tho 2-mile Junior high
course, und Amanda Scaletta, 14:40.
The boys cmss country learn notched
3 wins yesterday und 1 loss defeating
Elyria, Loram. Sauthviciv and Admiral
King while losing to Elyria Wusl- Mark
DcChont led the Eagles in lfl:05; Kurt
Gibson clocked 18:09 and Gcorgti Trianu
18:24. Jason Zajac posted 20:24, Jonmiy
Leufi - 22:49 und Dob AndresH, 24:5-t.
PUTT arnu»d...Cet TEEd n{f...hut
don't miss this chnncv to SWING into
iictun. The |oe Kris Gulf Tournament
(•rt'tiiisics 'to bw.'ot.e of the hinhiiyht-, t)I
ihf >i;jr. If you love Holf. you will 1Jovo
Ihtt bi"'ci;il accommodation p.irkaj;*;! * wu
hjax* M;J up oiwciaHy for ynu.
|«« Kris has bcuti ihu Golf Pni at Aqua
Marinti for 24 years and a inyrnlx-r uf the
I\;A tnur for 32 yi*ars. |oe bus uivcii
liark to lln: ijxjrt oF \\u\\ li> teaching
i.Kildrm fur Hit- fast -|7 years. |y« Kris
has won innumerable awards in golf
and spurts merchandising. Aqua Marine
ji roU'bratmg its renewal and renava- i
lion by honoring one of its most loyal !!!
and outitanding employees, JOE KKIS. a)
The lournamunt weekend will feature v
Starlite Coif, two rounds of Tou.nunient -J*
Golf, an award dinner, and a special fl
Sunday B r u n c h as w e l l as Q
C0LF...GOLF... GOLF. -AND M O R E ' "
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LCAAA tourney held at Bob-O-Link
AVON - The Ldrain County Athletic
Administrators Association Tournament was held nt Hob-O-Li.nk golf
course. Nineteen I.uriiiu County schools
touk p-irt,
, Tho ivtiathnr wus wit, hut course conditions were good, and the quality of
golf was excollunt. Elyria High became
the 1900 Loruin County chump ion with
a wxiru pf 325 over the par-72 layout,
edging (he defending Koystone by 1
stroke. Lorafn Catholic shot 339 for
third place.
Medalist was Elyria's Eric Coven who
posted a sparkling 70. Avon's Ryan
janos won the award for fewest putts at
20. Long drivo winner wus Avon Lake's
[ason Rcimuollcr while Elyrui West's
Mike Belt,won the "Closest to tho Pin"
award.
Avon Lake came in fourth with 340
ppfntH. Avon placed ninth with 359
paints. Drobkside placed twelfth with
373 points,
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Top players included Keitnucller wilh
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km. 7:10 *.">. • 9:00 I m. - tOJO *.m. • 12 Noon
BRE-ANN'S HAIR
DEUTE
EASY STORAGE
Mint Storage/All Sizes
JB190 OwMtr Raid
I-90&ICW. 6 t l
SPARKLE MARKET
33479 U U R d .
Avon Lite. ONo
ABBE R O A D
LUMBER C O .
-Artimen Window* & D u » V .
Abbe Rowt UwriMd LA^ Ohio
SNUKR'5 H A R D W A R E
& HOME & GARDEN
AVON LAKE
m
G O O D SAMARITAN
fhanc 9)74201
MELOEME AUSTIN'S
SEASONS I N COLOR
and IMAGE OF SUCCESS
J6S0 Dover Center Rd.
Wotlikc 44145 OSS-FACE U2Z31
"Why lot* good. when you can
took FANTASTICr
CEPPETTO^ PIZZA
&RIBS
C4n. CoMMClar Rn. A Comrt.
NURSING H O M E
HOSPITAL
Or. DonaM R. Ftowin
S i t Avon Sdden
Avori lab*. Onto
Phone 911-3148
T H E CHILDREN'S
CENTER
Avon Cat* Community'
Education D M H
237. Oelmtr Blvd.
LINDEN
CONSTRUCTION
353MKHW.SL
Awn. Onto
"£Aa( ultimate sparkling silence.
LANDINGS A N I M A L
T H E PRESS
15fl Law KdJP.O. Box MO
Avon Lake Ohio
Pton* 933-5100
ymV
Wednediy Wdioul
ThePieW
THE ABBE W O O D
RETIREMENT CENTER
1210 * M h Abb* Ro«J
Efyiu, Oh=a 44CJS
2163**fl«9
A V O N LAKE.
S U N O C O SERVICE
31460 Ute XtMd
Avon Uk*. Ohio
Plow 9IJ-S3SO
LUPE CHEVROLET
GREAT LAKES
GYMNASTICS
TRUCK and G E O
Avon Ufce, Ohio
PhoMMMISl
Phone 9J4-4JO3
COMMUNITY CHURCH SERVICES
A V O N LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
321 U*rKd.9114S24
llftjy rlolt. Miohtef
Sundiy 9:W u n . frtlowihlp & rHmhmenn
10 *-m. Sundiy School: 11 a.m. Wonhip
6 p,m, Bibte Study: 7 p m . Wonklp
Wed. 7:10 pm, Pnyer & Shwhqi
LAKE SHORE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
33119 Electric Boulevud 913-SI1B
|K Mile Weit of RouW 81 M RkMmd Drive)
Ceorse E. Bender, Minrtler
WonWp Senioi 1O00 a.m. ,
Chufch5chool 1tilOa.pi). '
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Junk)' Churchfo*Oilklftn In grjdei 1-5
Crib, nwnery and UndertfMn ewe ii
avilLibfe during both the-wonhip
«nd church Khool hour* '. ,
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AVON
ST. MARY of the IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
2&4O Swney Rid«e ftd. 91+4212
Avon, Ohio
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AfthurB. FfrMi, Uinliler.
M n t e i %*L 5:10 p.m.
Sun. B i.m_- 10 a.m.- I I Noon
Wed. 7 JO p.m
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
Ginfen »nd UkeUnd Dr.. Avon 9144710
Rev; Wdyne D. Ded*r
Sundiy School, AduN Bible Cbit ?.ISim,
Wonhip 8 J.m,, 10:30 a.m.
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A V O N U N I T E D METHODIST C H U R C H
17711 Detroit ftd., Avon 914-5121
Sunday 10 J.m.
Wednetdiy [»«ilnj( BlWir Study ^10 P™
CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
ASSEMBLY OF G O D
IAOS0 Chnrer Rd , 'l\7-*,22U
Rrv. John Bunney
Motnrnit WorVlip Jml Chililrrn'j Chunh
9 00 A.m. in-i 10.4S j.m.
(v«iio)( VVmihlp 6:)0 p.m.
NEW HAVEN BAPTIST
17520 Colorado. Avon. Ohio 949-2249
Richard While Minhter
9:4S :m, Sundw School
HrfMa-m. Wonhip
fcOO Church Tuinlng
7:00 Wonhip
Wed. ?O0 Pr*yer * 8 * t « Study
FREEDOM CHAPEL
2S7S Stoney Hd«a Hd.
Avon. OH 44011 Ph. 934^212
9:45 a-m. Sund«y Family Triinrtij
1100 a.m. Wonhlp Service
7.-00 p.m. Evening Study
7J3O p-m- Wednnd*y Evening Bible Study * Dltontion
(Im Oiflllppo Pauor
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A V O N C H U R C H OF C O D
37445 Detrort Rd.; Avon (Ch 934-ii 101
Rev.CeorglaFruter,Pauor(rei.l]l-18]ll)' Sunday School 1OS10 a.mSund*y Mom. Wonhip t i t f t i m .
Sundiy Iv«. Wonhip 6:00 p.m.
Thunday Family Trabiinf Hom 7:00 p.m.
HOLY TRINITY ROMAN
CATHOLIC CHURCH
13601 Detroit Rd., Avon 91MJA)
FMher John |. CotiU. Minltter
.
SM. 5 p.m.. Sun. 9 a.m. • IO-.10 i.m. - I I Noon
SHEFFIELD LAKE
THE C H U R C H LOVE IS B U I L D I N G
1260 H. Abbe Rd.
.
Sheffield. Ohio 440S4
21^914-6992
SAINT T H O M A S THE APOSTLE
CATHOLIC C H U R C H
715 HiirH Ro*d, Sheffield LJLF 9-19-7744
Robert F. Wrni, AMOC PjUm
5*t. 5 p.m.
.
Wn. 8:30 «.m. • 10:30 a.m. • )2:J0 p.m.
(CompMe Chritfun 16 fmvAnii ?:J0 p.m.
ST. CLEMENT OF OHRID MACEDONIA'
ORTHODOX CHURCH
. JB66J Ffenrh Creek Rd.. Avon
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Sun. tOilOi-rrt.
SHEFFIELD LAKE UNITED
C H U R C H O F CHRIST
b01 Sundiy Dr.
Wonhlpk 11:00 a.m..
Chriuian Education: ^ " S a m ,
The Rev. Eric A. BfnR, P«ter
C H U R C H O F GOD/SHEFFIELD
2280 North Abbe Rd, 93442Z1 or » ! * * « ?
W
Jerry Lambert Mfntiter of Youth A Mutic
Sundiy Sdwol iftOOaJU.
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Momtng Wonhfp 11rfJOAMI.
Sd y
l »W
Wed. l i J . L 7|0Q(MB.HOPE LUTHERAN C H U R C H
4752 Otter ltd. 949-2420
Leonard Stohv M e m * Favor -.
S f cfce lloaOun.
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S u w U y School * 1 S * j n . ' ,
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LAKE BREEZE C H U R C H
O F T H E BRETHREN
1430 Lake Braue R d , SheflWd LaU 949-7800
Sievcn A. Cotch. P M B X m . 1419) 181 7412
Sun. School 9:10 a m .
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Wonhtp J0:10 L«i
Wed. Bible Study 7.-00 pjn
FIRST BAPTUT C H U R C H
633 HutH Rd, Shrffldd U U 949-tlW
X*w. Bltly B. Cooper Ret. 949-7870
Mlnhw ol CvanteiHm - Dtinptey Miller
Youth Dtredon'- PhiRlp A EXbbic Ne»l
MuUcDireaor*0i»jShudn '
Sun. School * 4 S * . n v
-Momtng Wmhlp 1 1 « ) a.m.
(veninii Wonhip 6:00 p.m.
SAINT TERESA
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CATHOLIC C H U R C H
1878 Abbe Rd, Sheffield 914-42:7
Rev, Edv.4rd I. luon. KD, P M W
S J U 4:10 p.m.
5un.*00«.m.
BAY VILLAGE
BAY U N I T E D M E T H O D I S T C H U R C H
29911 L t U Road Bay V M M F , Ohio
871-2082 Reverend Alfred HuMer
9:10 & 11:00 Suralav Wonhk) ServKet
9:10 Churih School - Alt AgM
ttV.JO CoAee Fttlownhip
ST. BARNABAS' EPISCOPAL C H U R C H
468 Bradley Road dt Wolf ttoid. Bay Vlibgw
The Rev. R. |amet Taikw. Rfctw
Sund*y S*Vk*; •
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8 00 a m. Holy Cwrirttwniun
10:00 a.m. Mofy CommunWm; Mn,bv Vt*x>l v\»iln«d»y
10:00 *.m. Holy Communion
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Aqua Marine to host
one
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By Marilyn O'Oonnell
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Calling all Turtle
ghosts. Druculas JIHJ
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!..ii:'-i' frliTi-'i! '.)<• .1 d.tl.i'- Cutilfit. luy.
aivesome, tubular HaUowtvn I\irt> fur
kids up to agf? 13 frorr V, p :n. t(>";i\H) , • M.jyl'» you'll -.v,i:it m try ,i wh;ii:k .it
I'll- ll.ill.iwei.'ii pmy.t'.i or jus! watch
p.m. un October 30.
inhiT 1-ids in uciion. Either wfiy. your
Have your parents hrins yen .in
hountl in }!«l suniii guodios i wtiuii it
costume (D Aqua Manri'.'Vs duur * ] .
tjrciil.it.
whirh is located at the front of tho
Lois uf busiiiL'sMTs, Jiku Mr. Hero, Old
building.
English Parlour, Sparkl« Market.
Your parents will g«t an aKt-nrki (that's
Mr Dun aid's. Convenient Food Mart in
grown-up tulk for "stuff to set; ami do"). the L a n d i n g s , F a r o h ' s C a n d i e s .
Once inside, you can ivalch Duvu
HFCoodrich and more, know huw much
Cramers from Cramers Magic in Lurain.
you like treats, so they've don.itmt (tfave
.do lots of cool magic Iricks. He'll perfor free) plenty of tasty snacks to yet you
form two half-hour shows, so if you miss
through thu night;
one, be sun- to catch the other.
Any other businesses wanting to
.He'll also tie off balloons into those
unload some snacks can call Ellen
radical croature-typ«i dudes you love so
Peters or Kim Sedlak at 933-2000.
much.
Wbat'Il your parents bo doing while
' All the while, you'll be getting candy. you're having fun? Tho usual. Just watand prizes 'cause there will be lots of
ching. But they'll bu treated, <D coffee,
nnat games and stuff to play.
dcuuts and other stuff to munch on so
Did you ever bob for apples?
they won't get bored.
It's like this game where you stick
Ob yeah, there's only 200 tickets and
your face into a barrel of apples floating
you need one of those and a parent to get
in water, and if you grab an apple with
inside. Tickets cost $1 and you can get
your teeth, you win - simple concopt,
that at Aqua Marine's front dusk.
but it pays in prizes.
Remember, start working o n your
Don't miss a ride in the hnywagon.
costume (thore's a contest with 1st, 2nd
Word In it leaves every 20 minutes for a
and 3rd place prizes} and practice your
cruise of the golf course. But at night,
dance steps, 'cause it's party time,
who knows what hangs around those
dudes.
holes?
Cleanup crew
Students from Brooksido High School were lrealed to a turn- around chore
Parente got together and rolled the school, and students were taken out of study
hall and made to clean up the mess. The idea was that of Unda DelligattI a
Brookside junior's mom. The DelligattI house has been rolled six times this yeargood, clean fun gone overboard. Nearly 30 parents got together last weak to roll
Brookside and give their kids a taste of their own medicine. PRESS photo -R.J.
Hammer Jr.
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Students to form living rosary
October Is tho month of the Rosary. It
Is alsc the month dedicated to a greater
respect for life in all its facets. As part of
this celobration, tho faculty, students
and principal of Holy Trinity School
would like to Invite the community to
Join In praying the rosary for worldwide
Respect Tor Lire, fn a unique fashion, tho
Holy Trinity studentu will form a human
rosary around the church. This Living
Rosary will bo held at Holy Trinity
Church in Avon un Thursday, Oct. 11 at
1:45 p.m. Corns foin us as we becomo
united in prayer and in purpose with
our sisters and brothers around (ho
world.
Run, Play
Soccer,
Volleyball
or Golf.
All lit'Swcetbrtiir Kstates, ^
a Kopf I\e»: Homes Cimimuuiiv
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offering-wiii:
A NEW LIFESTYLE IN HOME OWNERSHIP
The Avon Wood* CcwvJofnlnlum development offen J unique jnd
very affordable concept in living. Thrr* ire ihrrc attr^ciivr, ranch
style floor pUhs from which to chooie. Each home offen iLindjrd
future* such *L: fwocar gjfjg«, 1 and W or 2 tuttti, 2 or J bedroom, ami ^ cathedral ceiling in the living room. To further penonall/e your homr, you nwy wlect optional featuitt *uch 4* a family
room, fireplace, bay window, or J traditional fronl porch. Each home
hoi in own lawn that i* there for your uic and enjoyment - ruif work.
Take *dvanUge of all ol the benerm and select this very special
community for your new home.
PRICES START AT $74,900
The models are open Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5
and Monday thru Thursday from 1 to 6.
1-90 to Rt. 611 (exit (fl51). South on Kr. 611
"> Cjrlocn Drive (flathing yrllow llijhl .11 intt-rrt-ttionj. Turn left on Carlwn Dfivc to thi?
enfr.inct' t» the devctopmertt.
For more information, call
934-5619
Schat'er Irwin Co., Inc.
.
;
,
• FREE golf with tec time privileges and
pro shop discounts.*
• A community health trail with seven txercise stations.
• A soccerfieldand volleyball courts.
• Somethiiif>for everyone - golfers, kids, retirees at a price everyone vatt afford
.
Visit Don Burkin at the Sweetbriar Estates model home and begin
enjoying the privileges of living in this unique golfing community.
or call him at 933-7709.
The model is open daily from 1-6, Wednesday from 1-8, and
Saturday from 12-5. Sweetbriar Estates is located in Avon Lake
across from the Sweetbriar Golf & Pro Shop on Jaycox Rd.
Priced from $152,900. *A limited offer. Ask for details.
Sweetbriar Estates
Fine homes with country dub
privileges at a family price.
We recommend living betterelectrically
with the Add-On Electric Heat-Cool
Pump in our gas heated homes.
l l l l KOPF
BUILDERS I
.
20 in inches kmg. The proud grandM
parents are Blmla & Sunder Dua of Bomf-|
bay, India and Kaushalaya & LRiJ
Chawla of New D»;lhi. India.
A baby giri. Rachel Marie, was bata tp'i
Mdtthnw and Diane Roberts of Medin*^
Ohio on August 31. 1990 at Cleveland^
Metro Hospital. Rachel wcighad 7:lbf>$
11 UL. ai'J was 20 incnes long. Graod-^™
parents urn |o Roberts of Sheffield Lake';
and Mary & Bill Tarr of Toledo^
Police Chief Richard Hunt (center) of Avon Lake accepts the AAA Special Citation for Outstanding Pedestrian Accident Record from Dennis Burke (left), director of safety and education for AAA-Ohio Motorists Association, and CoL Thomas
W. Rice, superintendent or the Ohio State Highway Patrol at the AAA Pedestrian
Protection Program awards ceremony held Sept. 12 at the Marriott Airport Hotel
in Cleveland.
,
A.L. Kiwanis officers installed
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Avon Lake Kiwaninns and their wives
convened at ihe Beachpark Tower on
Thursday, Sept. 27, 1990 to install new
officers and directors for the 1990-1091
year. Officers are: Michael Kctirns,
President;, Donald Stafford. First VicePrc$ii*z*<i Donaw rii*iy. Second Vlce.PrrfSfdent; John Evans, Third VicoPresldent; Richard Swink. Secretary:
Samuel Baldwin, Treasurer; William
Knuffman. 'G9-'9O Pros. Board of Director*: Ceorge Bender, David M-nwcil.
WUUam Bistoalee. David Moes. Karl
Z u b o r , R u s s e l l K e n d a l l . Earl
McMichael. Glen Bonder.
Following dinner, these officers and
directors were formally installed by Joel
Krueck, Division 13 LL Covernor.
Special recognition was given to Ceorgi;
Lanzcndorfer and Curt Spencer for their
many years of service on the Scholarship Loan Committee which has provided many cotlcgu hound students financial assistance. Also recognized was
Dave Mnnwell for his tireless efforts to
make the Colletle Marie Homo in Avon
a reality. Approximately 3GO0 hours
were spent by various Kiwanimis on this
worthwhile project.
CATGHES THE WORM
: Recede an early copy of THE PRESS
• by visiting any one of the following
locations on Tuesday evenings:
Th« Landings.
DeANGEUS
REST. A LOUNGE
Avon'Lake
A.L Shopping Ofitar
CONVENIENT FOOD MART
SPARKLE MARKET
La** Rd..
Avon Lake
AVON LAKE OEU
AA-Shopplng Cantw
Avon Lake .
CONVENIENT FOOD MART
Lawfld.
AvonUrks
LENNY'S DELI
Avon Lake
KOPP*S Bl-RrTE
Avon
L'HOMMEDIfcJJS
CHEMIST SHOP
DvtrMRd.
Avon
SMITHS
COUNmY STORE
Colorado Ava
Avon
FOX DRUGS
CONVENIENT
FOOD MART
LaanmorfSq. Snp Ctr.
Laita R d
Avon Lake
Sheffield Uko
HINt-flEGO
W«m«r & Lrar Rd*
AvonLak«
BROWNIES MARKET
Lafco Rd
Sheffield U k o
OAST0WN
WaJi.nr i, m. 83
Avon Lake
RITE-AID
Shorn*ay Snopjwno Can tor
Sheffield Lake
INTL. BEVERAGE
El«c1fic » Mow Rd.
Avon Lake
DAIRY MART
SHEFFIELS '-AXE
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Avon Lake
Ortlfcil FW
Avon
AVON
Airman Shawn
Kirkbride
A baby girl. Rachael Kence. was born
tu Daniel and Maureen Halstcad of
Lor.iiii on August 24, 1990 at St. John fi
West Shore Hospital- Rachael weighed 7
Ibr;. A U7.. and was 21 inches long. The
proud grandparents arc Kathy Greene of
Las Vegas. Nevada: Gary Cribbs of Avon
Lake and Juanand Bob Halstead of Sheffield Lake.
A baby boy. Andrew Paul, was born to
Timothy and Cheryl Greene. Jr of Avon
Lake on July 23, 1990 at St. John & West
Share Hospital. Andrew .weighed 5 IDS.
4 oz. and WUJ 18 1/2 inches long. Andrew was welcomed home by his two
older brothers. Timothy, 6 1/2 and Scan,
4. The proud grandparents are Harold
and Karen Bills, lames and Carol Carroll. Timothy and Judy Greene. Sr.. and
John Romosor. Tho proud greatgrandparents are Paul (Andrew's
namesake) and Margaret Kamoser. Janet
Creenu, Harlan and Rose Walkden, and
Frank Swidecki. Sr.
A baby boy, Jon Haul, was bom to Jill
and )on Miller of Shcffiotd Lake on June
3(), 1990 at St. Joseph Hospital. Jon
weighed,in at 9 lbs. 14 oz. and was 22 inches long. Proud grandparents are Paul
and Linda Gurlitz of Sheffield Lake.
John and loan Brawn also of Sheffield
Lake, and John Miller of Loraln.
A baby girl. Chelsea Rae. was barn to
Dan and Karen Hentges of Tempo,
Arizona on July 4, 1990. Chelsea weighed 5 Iba. 12 oz. and measured 18 1/2 inches long. Tho proud grandparents are
Annul!o (Kiblar) Bitlmur, Mesa, Arizona
and Robert "Bob" Hentges, Avon Lake.
Ohio. Great-grandmothers are Helen
Hontgus of Avon Lake and VVllma
Kiblur, Mesa. ArizonaA haby girt, Aubroy Danao, was' born
1J Gil and Keli Dukoman of Avon Lake
on July m, 1990 nt Metro General
Huspitul at 6:32 a.m. Aubroy weighed 7
lbs. 3 oz. and measured 19 1/2 Inches
tong. She was welcomed homo by her 4
yuar old sister Ashley, and 2 year old
brother Caleb.
A haby t>oy, Mutthuw Jordan, was
horn to NU.-W and Chris Schlockmon of
Avon Ljjke on Junp 24. 1990 ut Fairvlew
Cenural Hospital. .
'
Matthew weighed In at 9 lbs. 7 oz. and
measured 22 1/2 inchen long.
Nu was welcomed homo by a sister,
Rin, ago 12, and a brother Gryan, age 5.
Proud grandparents aru Carolyn Cantu
of Pnortu, HI., and Bill and Kosnnmt
Schleckman of Bay Village.
A baby girl, Tinkoo Ashluy, was born
to Ash Sr Subima Chowla of 32100
Creukside Or., Avon Lako, on May 25.
1990 at St. John & West Shorn Hospital.
Tinkou weighed 7 lbs. 1 1/2 oz. and was
P.
In the
Service
A i r m a n S h a w n P.
Klrkbridn has graduated
from Air Force busic
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, Texas.
During the six weeks of
t r a i n i n g the a i r m a n
studied the Air Forcu mission, organization and
customs and received
special lmining in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
coinplntii basic training
earn credits toward an
usnociate degree through
Ilii! cunnminily college of
the Air Forcu.
Hit i" the son of Kim A.
Reynolds of Avon Lake,
Ohio a n d D e n i s f.
Kirkbride of VVavorly,
Ohio.
The airman is a 1990
graduate of Avon Luke
High School. -
A baby boy. Justin Matihew, was b o r a |
to Mark and Jeanne Atkinson of &&$
Kawelyn Avc.. Sheffield Lake, on Sept'-j
12. l'J9O at Fairviow Ccnerul HospitsL'S
Justin weighed 9 lbs. 1 oz. and warMjS
1M inchos long. He was anjdously
awaited by his big brolhor. Brian,
h ^
junt turned 3 yaars old August 1."
A baby boy. Christopher S c o t t .
Schinder, was born to J e n n i f e r s
Sclilndlcr oc Sept. 21. 1990 at
e$3jfrM
at St. Joseph Hospital in
raliu^
Chrts^lpher weighed iu at 9 lbs; r f «e|f.
and wax 21 1/2 inches Jong. \CtandM
parents ore Wolfgang and , Elaine^
Schlndier or Avon hake, Ohio.
A baby girl, Caroline Agatha; vnu
born to chet and Tcroso Seroka of Avon|_
Laku on July 26, 1900 at Fakviawp
General hospital. Caroline ? weighed)7^
lbs. 1 oz. and was 19 inchm* long. ProtidS
grandparonU an) Mr. and Mrs. Stanley^
Godlewskl and Mr. and. Mr»; \ P t e ^
(ChotJ Seroka, all of Avon Lake. . J ;
If th?rn bos been a n e w addition J o ;
your family and you would l k y b
Avon Lake neighbors to know about -it;!
drop tu a note with the pertinent infpK
mat ion. Please include a phone nu
for verification. Our address fs P O.
300. Avon Lake. O. 44012.
Protect against
pneumonia
"A vaccination is available to prevent ^
one of the leading causes of deothsin^
older adults, pneumonia caused {by,;
pnoumococcal bacteria/* states.lorain'.f
County GonflroIHealth District HwiltH^
Commissioner Kenneth G. Pcoreo.'However. few "people, obtain the yac-i*"
cinQtion: : Vaccinations to provent~(||
pneumonia* causod-'byxeriain types^qf.^
bacteria have been available since 1977;;
"The present pneumonia vaccine^pri
Prtbiiraovax, offers resistance agafnst;23
d i f f c r o n t - utrftln* of
pneumonia," continues Pcorco.
Currently, persons 05 years o _ v ,
old»»r and others with certain type«i«
chroniu illness should, get the
"^.L-w
Onty one vaccination Is needed' Iri^a'S
Hfelime.
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''\.^-•*$$$&
Pneumovox h a s very few s i d e e f f e c t s ^
About half of lb'"w receiving It will Hcft^"*
some soronoss a n d tednes.1 *ti the injection site. •
' -., / • : 2 $ . *
T h e p n e u m o n i a v a c c i n e is a v a i l a b l e ^
from your doctor. It m a y also b e obtaIn*W
»jd at the Larain C o u n t y General H e a l t h ^
District, 9880 S o u t h M u r r a y Ridgo RdJ^;;
Elyria, d u r i n g m o n t h l y I m m u n i z a t i o n ^
Clinics. I m m u n i z a t i o n Clinic Is held t h j > . ^
first W e d n e s d a y of oach m o n t h fronty;
p . m . to 0 p . m . T h o foe at t h e H e a l t h
District Is $ 1 3 . T h o v a c c i n e is covered
u n d e r M e d i c a r a w i t h o u t mooting ^"a;
doducliblo;
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For m o n i Information, call tho Lora'in,
County General Health District i a t
244-2209.
047-5900.
322-C307.
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Kroszkewicz off %
to Persian Gulf
Edward Kroszkewlcz
AVON LAKE - On Sopt. 1, Lt. Edward
Kroszkuwicz, U.S. Army, BOn of Rd and
Barbara Kroszkowicz, 229 Brookflold
Rd.. Avon Lnko. was deployed to Saudi
Arabia. Ho is stationed with the 101st
Alrborno of Fort Campbell. Kentucky.'
Ho loft behind his wife of five days,
Krlstfno. She is anxiously waiting for
Edward to return.
Mail is n vital link to home. If anyone
would like to write. Ed's address is: Ed*
ward Kroszkcwlcz. 297-08-1416. A/1-502
INF. 2BDE 101 Airborne, Al'O. New'
York. 09309.
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Fall Bass Strategics. Part 2, Last
week, in part 1 of Fall Uass Strati.'gfcs.
we took tin overall look at f.ili bass
fishing, looking at various lurv< to uw,
and the best structures for locatim; bass.
This week, in part 2, we ore going lo
look closely at ono of lii« very best lurus
lu use for big fall Urgentsuth. Without ;i
doubt, a surface lure is secund lo none
when it cornea to fall action.
Once hill arrives, many anglers
dedicate must, if not all of tlieir fishing
time to working the shallows. Actually,
it's the deeper water which will consistently draw strikes.
In the fall, bass frequently relate to
primary points and actively feed on
schools of small bait fish which constantly cruise pass these points. Generally, the farther you can get off of the
bank, tho more action you'll find.
For the first choice when fall bass
fishing, move well off of these paints,
basically in what is the open water or
center of the take you arefishingon.
Next, tie on any ono of the many small
minnow imitators nnd work thu area
over well with a variety of lure
retrlevttds.
Them's no question that when you ar<>
, fall fishing, bass can change preference
quicker than you can changu lures. For
this, reason don't stick with the same
lure ok* retrieve fust because it worked
well an hour agu.
1
Try a stop and go retrieve, erratic twitches and even forceful jerks of the lure
to find just what will "turn on" tho buss.
When it comes to lure selection, thero
are.a couple of easy rules to follow to
help you. First, the water and woathor
conditions will goncnilly hctp you determine which type .'of lure to use.
IF tho water Is calm and wcuthor Is
sunny, I prefer to use a smaller, thin,
straight minnow Imitator, like an A.C.
shiner or a rebel minnow. If thero is just
a slight rippla on thu water, or if it is
overcast, I prefer a "broknn back" minnow or a small profile lure with a single
propeller on the back.
. If the water Is rough or tho weather
particularly dreary, I havo found that a
largar stick bait, with noisy propellnrs
on both ends, Is an excellent choice.
: Surface fishing In waters of depths of
up to 20 foot may not sound liko tho most
logical choice, but if you'll give It a try
tills fall, you'll find the action great and
the results amazing.
pond, is an id>.'«i place to locate fish.
My experience has been that the best
structure is (he iwhti-d structure you'll
rim! en any jjiven budy of water. As a
ruk1, »?];• less structure you have, tin;
KTIMILT chances you'll have of catching
fisli uruund Ihuf structun;. l.artj*iimuutil.i of fiooti»?ti timber, fallen
timli-r. bru-ih pik's or rock pili-s only
s"r\u to scatter thu fish. Huwi-ver. if you
locate .i !'inu brush pile in an area otherwise void of structure, ch-inccs urv
you'll !o?d tho buut.
I liavu seen this hi!ppon uftcn in sunn;
of trie rn.iiiy farm ponds in my urea A
thy country. Some me just loaded with
(Jypmss trees and locating a concentration ill fiah holding in the massive roo:
syitema of these trees is difficult to say
the least. However, other panels in my
area rrmy have only a singe Cypress true
and most always will produce Jhreo or
four nice size fish.
The key lo looking for good fish producing slructurn on any particular body
of water, is to look first for the lone,
isolated structure. Whether il's u single
tree r'andfng alono or a fallen tree in the
shaliowi;, this is the typ« of structure to
look for.
i have also found lliis to be particularly true of Ifily puds. Often it is the tone
small "clump" of pads that sets far off of
the large patch of pads that will attract
and hold fish.
Probably tho single best form of structure for any type of fishing is mnn-mude
structure. Sinking piles of cedar trees Is
an excellent form ofstructure to draw fu
fish. The reason for mnn-mado structures success is the ability to place it in .
what is an alrcadiy likely plnce to draw
fish. Shallow water, adjacent to a deep
water drop off is an excellent possibility.
The key to fishing structuru properly
is patience, it is tempting "J rush right
up to a fallen tree ar sunken brush pile
and toss a h:re right in the center of it.
Ilut, remember, work the outside areas
of the structure first, both slowly and
carefully and then move in to work the
actual structure as well.
All to often, anglers will fish the
"heart" of thu brush pile first and drugging a fighting fish out of the center of the
structure will only servo to spook off tho
other fish. Search first for the aggressive
fish on t1i» nutsitlo of thu area.
Locating and properly fishing structure is thu key to fishing success, no mutter what the season or what kind of fish
you are nflur. Spend a liltto time locating
good fish holding structure and your
fishing dnys will be much mora
productive.
God bless you and thanks for going
Fishing with Mark Weaver.
DR. KATHLEEN FLEMING
DR. GEORGE CARLSON
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Avon Lake
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Bay Village dance
The Bay Seniors will hold their second
danco of this season on Wednesday.
Oct. 17. from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Thu
popular Cifani Combo will again furnish
tho kind of ballroom music that seniors '
enjoy. Tickets at the door are $1.50 each,
with doors open at 12:45. All seniors are
'•••• Structure Basics. Whether you arawolcome.
, fishing for largcmouth, smal'mouth.
Thu dances aro hold at Dwyer Senior
bream, crapple or just about any go mo Cuntsr. 303 Bryson Lane, which Is bet. fish. locating tho proper structure is the weon Lake and Wolf Roads, about a
key to locating the fish.
block west of Oovur ConUtr Rd. Fur fur"i-Preiiably tho most common mistake
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Mrs. Charles selected Teacher of the Year
By Karen Drasler
Mrs. Charles
AVON - Mrs.'Roberta1 Charles fs the
kind of teacher who rcully caics about
her students, and they know it. She was
named Teacher of tho Vvar for
1U80-1990 by the Avon Teachers
Association and the Avon school
administration.
Mis. Chdrles is a fourth grade teacher
at Avon East School. She's held that
position for 21 years, and has been a
teacher for 2? years.
• The thing Mrs. Charles likes best
about teaching is seeing the children
succeed. "I watch for signs that they're
progressing in their learning. I guess I
know I've reached (hem when they
come back to see mo. Sometimes it's the
next year, sometimes after they're in
high school or even out of school."
A letter from Avon School Superintendent Dr. Richard Mronek stated. "Avon
has many Tine teachers and the selection
of one who rcflectsthe high ideals of all
our excellent teachers was difficult. Wi*.
the administration and teachers, wish to
publicly commend you and recognize
your efforts and dedication to the
children of Avon for tho p?st years."
In a joint statement by Marilyn Hubbard, president of Avon Teachers
Association and Dr. Ilronok, MrsCharles was recognized for her many
outstanding attributes, including the
following:
—She earned a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
—Shu demonstrates her instructional
abilities viith creative, innovative
classroom activities.
—She Inspires young writers by implementing and participating in the
young authors program.
—She exhibits leadership by serving
on thefltaff-Iodteam, co- chairing the
young authors day nnd presenting Insei
vice programs.
—She reflects her personality b
creating a warm, inviting and excilln
environment filled with love for?»
child re '„
•••-.•
—Sh« shows dedication and commit^
ment by seeking now, interesting and ef^
fective ways lo teach children. • .. " ^
Mrs. Charies said her favorite activity?
is the young authors program. Each year'.',;
one child from her reading group I»k
chosen to have a book the child jmrteB'
published. This book Is placed taL tbefc
Avon East School Library, rhetejaraj
now 14 books by the school's authors^'
and the toucher claims the booka
widely circulated. "
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Last year the program waa extended to«
grades two through sU at thn school.
following a young authors conference
Lorain Community College.1 "Mr .
Charles was 13 years ahead of the time*
with her idea' The program will pro-jjj
bably be extended lo the whole «c"
again this year
._
Mrs. Charles is a resident of North ^
RIdgeville
OCTOBER. 13 is InternatknalCarrier Day
Fall pansy sale
The Women's Board of the Laku ErWJ;
Nature and Science Center 1$ once agaln^
sponsoring their annual Fall.PansySaleSf
Cost for the hardy winter paMle»"U'$7|
for a basket of eight puuts. They can be '
ordered In lavondor. yellow, or mixed,
colors and are available through ad-^
vance order only.
Order' forms ore availablo at
Nature Center. 20728 Wolf Road. I
lington Park) Bay Village. Pansies
be ordered by Monday, Oct. 15. '
will be ready for pick up on Saturday.'^
Oct. 20 between 10 a.m. and 1 p-nu_ •***
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Apple Festival slated.
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, The Dth Annual Applo Festival »poib
sored by Lake Sbure Unitorf Mcthodbty*'
Church, in confurict'IoUTwithiJ
ScKmotxer'a Orchard.' will, oe UaldOc;
tober 13, 1090 fr^r.ftSOai "
Came »ee apple buttcr^beii^
large copper krttles overan-open?Wk~^
fire. Clowns wiH be there throughcut the
Apple butter will be sold its yi
many crafu, apple.pics, baked;"|IU«KVJ
cider and more. You can enjoy •-lights
lunch or q delicious Bar-B-Q-chlcko '
dinner.1
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Lake Shore United Mathodlst Churc^,.is located at 33119 Electric Blvd. (oneblock south of Lake Rd.). .Avon^Lakft^A
Came spond an enjoyabio Saturday:a'ty
the Apple FestivnL We're sure you will ^
find something that "ap-peels" *" « M -
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T.KI popular gamo show "JoopardyTal
seeking toenagu and college-age con-*
lostnnts from Northeast Ohio. Thoi
ummy-award winning gamo show.-Io
hosted by Alex Trobek and is seen local-.''
Iy on WEWS TV5.
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A studont may enter tho setrch by so"n-S
oing a postcard with hla or'her name;??
addross, telephone number, ogo.ano/g
school to: Jeopardy. P.O. Box 9 3 1 0 4 5 ^v
Los Angolus. CA. 900Q3-1045. Postcarda :
will bo drawn at random and qualified ,
studonta wiU bo flown la Los Angolos to^
appear on "Jeopnrdy".
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Contestant coordinators for "JooparU4
uy will bo In Clcvelnnd e n Wovombor H
10. l i and 12 to tust eligible studonu. y
,.,Jv )C l )Urtl y" ! s BOcn weeknights o n
WEWS «t 7:po p.m. WEWS Is a Scripjw
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the first titovision station in Ohio. In «*£=
ilillon lo U Clavuland' station, Scrlpps
Howard Broadcusllng owns and
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West Palm Uoncli. Memphis, Tulsa. Cln^
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McCowan - Mikofalvy wedding
Livingston - Kelly wedding
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Wedding vows wi-re t .\'-ham;.'(j hv
CArul Ann McCowan :ux:i UvU Daviii
Mikofulvy on Sept. 7. Tiyo Thy Ki.-v.
Father John Coriki officiated the
ceremony in Holy Trinity (Nathalie
Church, Avon.
The bride is thedaujthtt?r of Frank and
Eluisu McCowan of 55Z0 Lak« Kd.. Sh«;ffield Lake. The bridegroom is die son of
Beta and Elaine Mikafalvy of 142
Brunswick Dr., Avon Lake.
Barbara McCowan attended her sister
as the maid of itanor. Susan Spanos, Linda OUlefaay. and Kalhy Christenwsn
were bridesmaids. Frances McCowan
and Abbe McCowan participated as tho
junor bridesmaids.
Dennis Barbar served as tlio best man.
Guests were ushered by Steven Karen.
Ciyde Kttn.1t, and Nicholas Christenscn.
David Daniol McCowan was the ring
bearer. Scripture readers were David R.
McCowan and Kuvin Cook.
The bride is a graduate of Brookstde
High School. 1934, and The Ohio State
University. 1990. She is a registered
pharmacist nod works for Kaiser
Psrmanente. ,
Tho bridegroom i.i a grarluate of Avon
Lotto High School. 1983, Case Western
Reserve University. 1887 and holds a
M-;tf In'vv
Ti
Mr. and Mrs. Bela David Mikofalvy
masters degree in computer science
from The Ohio State University. 1939.
He is employed by Picker International
NMR division.
Oils - Lynd Wedding
Jacqueline L. DUs and Gregory D.
Lynd were married September 15, 1990
at the Lakeshore United Methodist
Church. The Ritvorend George Bendor
officiated at the ceremony.
Parents of tho newlyweds arc Richard
aud Mary DUs of Avon, Lake, Ohio, and
Don and Suzanne Lynd of Springfield,
Virginia.
Kelley SpEeth was tho maid of honor.
Christine Ccmlllo and Janna Foster served 'as bridesmaids. All wore former
Avon Lake classmates of the bride.
Steve Santo of Columbus, Ohio, was
the best man. Ushers were Mike Bush of
3L Louis, Missouri, and Keith DUa of
Columbus. Ohio.
The bride is a graduate of AVOP Lake
High School and The Oblo State- Universitywhare she majored in Industrial and
Systems Engineering. She is employed
by Foundation Health in Rancho Cordova. California.
-The groom also graduated from Tlie
j'Ohlo State University majoring in Indus1rial and Systems Engineering. He ii
» 2nd Lieutenant In The United States
&Air Force. He Is a Navigator and is sta/* tianod at Mather AFB In Sacramento,
California,
The groom's brother was unable to at-
uf I!;L' church. uMiciatLuJ.'
IMrunts of l!i» newlvwtds jte Mrs.
Robert D, Ltvin^tun Sr.. of 225 Wt-stwind Dr.. Avon I.jke, and tin* lale Lt.
Col. Hubert U. Livin^^toi]. Sr.. ;ind Dr.
and Mrs. Edward K. Kelly of West Si.
Paui. MN\.
•Thtf tiritlc was escorted down tho aisle
by her brother. Dr. Koburt D. Livings ion.
Jr., whu presented Shanm in marriage
on behalf of ihuir mother und tlit-ir ldte
father. She wore her molhur's- wedding
gowrr of candlelight satin with alencon
!ace cathedral train. Her fingnrtip veil.
had a satin and pearl braided headdress
which was complemented by thu pearl
necklace which her mother wore on her
wedding day.
Susan Livingston Meredith served as
matron cf honor. Ann Bouchard Livingston, Shelly Harrison Kelly, and Andrca D. V a l e n t i n e s e r v e d as
bridesmdids.
Chad Owen Kelly served as best man.
Groomsmen were Colo Daniel Kelly.
Christopher Edward Kelly, and Thomas
Edward O'Leary. Scott Alan Meredith
and Dr. John Burton Wclfe, fr. servod as
ushers.
Kimburly Lynnu Mur'idith and
Cassandra Kelly Dunn served as flower
girls.
The bride is a graduate of Marion L.
Stuelo High School. Amherst. Oh'o.
Tulanu University College of BEomedicdl
Engineering. New Orleans, LA., and
Northwestern University School of Proslcthics, Evanston, !L. She is employed
hy ACOR Orthopaedics. South Euclid.
Ohio as a Certified Prosthetist.
Dr. Kelly in a graduate of Henry Sibloy
High School. West St. Paul. MN-,
Croighton University, Omaha. Niu.. wifh
a Bachelor of Arts dogrtm, and the
Dr. and Mrs. Clay M. Kelly
Creighton Univarsity School of
Medicine. He is eraployod as Chief Resident, Department of Physical Medicine
and Rehabilitation of Clevebiid Metro
Health Center for Rehabilitation - Case
Western Reserve University, Cleveland,
Ohio.
The rehearsal dinner, hosted by the
groom's parents, was held at the Deck
restaurant In Lakewood. The wedding
dinner and reception was hold at thu
Aquamarine Hotel and Resort in Avon
Lake wtiero relatives and friends also enjoyed brunch the following day.
Tho couple honeymooned at the
Pinapplo Beach Resort on the island of
Antigua in the British West Indies. They
are residing In Bay Village.
McGervey - Schuster wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Lynd
tend as he Is serving his country in the
Persian Gulf but tliu couple wun
pleasantly surprised by two of thu
bride's cousins and second cousins,
some of whom arrived from Germany.
The newlyweds are now living fn Rancho Cordova, California.
Rizzutto-Beftz
wedding
^; Dena H. Rizzutto of Brooklyn, and
f> Michael J. Beltz of Avon, wcra marriod
.'.'at the Avon United, Molhodist Church
i-oh September 1, 1990.
"v- Dena, a graduate from fane Addarns
KScbool of Dontal Assisting, Is employed
i-)by Rodney H. Finn, D.D.S. in Clovoland.
'^'Michael is an operations mnnuger for
;- the Siijrwin Williams Company in
'Cleveland,
.';!};. Vicki Crogory served as maid of honor
^ a n d Brian Barmhaut as bost man.
.Biidesmalds were Becky Stuczynski,
'Stephanie Holesovsky, Chris Koval.
•Jayni Frazer and Karen Ho|nal.
'Groomsmen were Doug Leduc, Kevin
;HofnaI, Ron Devorsky. Tony Leshnnk
'and foe Traymontana.
i ...Tlio couple honeymooned on a cruise
to the Bahamas. They now resfdo in
Strongsvillo.
IJr Clay
Ki.'liy iv
I. !!)'«> -i! !<:•• L.ii-i.'shi.'rt.'1
i:rjili'il C h i i r c h ill A m u L.if.i,'.'
n'J Citiuji;*; E. H^jiii-jt. ji.js'yr
Bridget Teresa McGorvoy and John
Arthur Schuster was married on July 28,
1990 in Holy Tvinfty Catholic Church,
Avon, Ohio with the Rev. Gerard Conda
officiating.
Parents oFtho nowlywadsfareVincent
and Margaret McGervey, Joseph St..
Avon. Ohio and Andreas and Inge
Schuster. Webstor Rd., Middleburg
Heights, Ohio.
The bride's attendants wore Kathleen
McGorvoy, Margaret McGervay
Lysobey, Linda Schuster, Elizabeth
Haas and Linda Stella. Attending the
groom woru Andreas Schuster, )oe
McCorvoy. Pat McCervey, Jack
McGervcy and Alan Write.
Tho groom is a 1088 graduate of
Cleveland State University and Is
presently employed by tho Department
of HUD.
Following a honeymoon trip to
Niagara Falls, Canada, tho couple will
reside In I-nkewood. Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Schuster
Harter - Jaicks wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rettz
Holy Trinity Guild to hold rummage sale
A large variety of household Itmnu will
•Holy Trinity Cuild ivill hold u rummugo sule on Oct. 15 and 10 in tht! lie available Homomndo poitrios and
Church holt, 2030 Nngol Rd., Avon. coffee will bu sold during the sale.
SI.50 per bag special will be held on
Hours on Monday will .be 0 a.m. to 5
(ha last day of the sale until 1 p.m.
p m and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Ann Marie Harter and Jeffrey R.
Jaicks wore murrled on August 25,1890
at Holy Spirit Church, Avon Lake.
Parents of tho nowlyweds are Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Harter of Bay ViUegc, Mrs.
Thomas Lisa and the luto Dr. John R.
faicks of Scardalo, New York.
Mary Buth Hartor served as maid of
honor. Jennifer Burns, Jennifer Jaicks,
and Molly Wobjtor sorvod as
bridesmaids, /onnifor Korschner was the
flower girl.
John Jaicks served as baa*, man. Tho
'ushers wcro Joseph Arniiento, Vincent
DiFiilco, Chrifttophar Hartor, and James
Jaicks.
Tfio bride is a 1085 graduate of Bay
High School and is attending DuntuI
Hyjifeno School at Cuyahoga Community Collofle.
Hat husband is a grcdualu of Mercy
College in New York, and is employed
ns district manager of Automated Date ,
Processing of Iiidopondmico.
A wodding reception was held nt thn
Lorain Runafssancu Inn. Tho couple
honoymooncd In Florida.
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pool tabtell This wonderful home overlooks a
premium landscaped lot boardered by a babbling
brook. To preview this home call KEN KODGER,
933-6550.
WESTWINDS - SWIIUMING
AND TENNIS COMMUNITY
The fl>Jnd)y character of tr*'i 4 bedroom colonial
reflects the charm of t h c p -winds neighborhood.
The classic front porr'c&Z curved staircase create a
sense of hospitality. • .o lull finished basement and
side entry, garage makes tlds home a BEST BUY at
S203,900Ht Can KEN KODGER, 835-4500.
BUILDERS HOME S199.900
This Executive: Ranch.; with -: walkout basement Is
located in the ever more desirable, Avon. Featuring 4
bedroorns,-3Wt batha, 3 car garage, 3 skylights, 2
fireplaces and Matron security system. Enjoy the view
of beautiful French Creek from your 54V16', 2nd level
deck or relax in your 6 person Jacuzzi. CAII BRAD
HANDY for your personal tour.1933-6195.
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THIS COULD BE T H E ONE
442331. You've been looking for! There's a lot to be
considered; 180* Deep welt landscaped Avon Lake lot
with many, perennials. Spacious rooms thruout Including formal dining room and woodbuming
fUepiact* in paneled family room.. 2 full baths plus 2
car attached garage. Call the lister for details. DEL
PETCRKIN 933-6195.
WE'RE PUTTWa YOU'ON...
420640. To a great opportunity to own this lovely colonial. 3 large bedrooms, ZVx baths, 2-car garage
wfopener & a beautifully landscaped yard w/patio &
deck. $137,900. Call CAROL KRASIN 933-7700 for
details.'
THE AVERAGE RENTER PAYS FOR 2 HOMES
...HIS AND HIS LANDLORDS
267251. Beat the rent race; Invest in a beautiful
townhousei The Landings features amenities such as
pool, tennis and party house/This unit features 3
bedrooms, IVi baths, rec room. Priced at $83,900.
Call BETTYWAKEFIELD 933-6195.
SPACIOUS AVON COLONIAL REDUCED!
r
430779. This quality built homo offers plenty of living
space for the growing family. 4 good sized bedrooms
wtth master suite bath. Forma) dining, eat-In kitchen.
Gracious step-down family room with fireplace. Centra! air plus much more. $135,900. Ceil CAROL J .
GRESCO, 933-6195.
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3 Bedroom Colonial with sitting area off master suite,
$159,500. -, '
MAHY ANN T1LDEN - JIM BODENHOFF
933-6195-779-6440
JUST MOVE IN
265307. One of those homes that gives you a good
feeling. Redecorated Inside with loads of eye appeal.
Three bedrooms, 1W baths, family room and no outside maintenance. Asking $69,900. Call CAROL
MURPHY at 9334195 For an appointment.
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OPEN SUNDAY-NEW UST1NQ-S139,9OO
421213. Stop by 31800 Walker and visit this unique
century home Features Include 4 bedrooms, Irving
roomanddlninflrocmwithoakfloors,2woodburner8,
country kitchen, basement end 3 car oarage. Situated
:
on .98 acres. JOAN BROWN, 833-6195.
THIS HOME SAYS COMc IN
436007. You'll foel right at home tho moment you step
into this 3-bedroom Avon Lake beauty. 1V& baths,
family room, d«ck. workshop in garago. $79,900. Call
PAUL SMITH, 9334195.
UNCROWPED LIVING IN AVON LAKE
424475. You'll love entertaining family and friends In
this home. This lovely four bedroom home features an:
attractive brick fireplace In tho family room And for
those wanting fresh air, there's a large screened
porch. You'll like the extra cupboards In the kitchen,
tool $125,900. Call PAUL SMITH 933-6195.
STILL NOT TOO LATE TO BUILD
262715 & 205227. Two privately held lota In Avon
Lake, one with lot size of 100x159 and the other
100x233. Located In an area of new construction. Call
PETE TETORAKIS 933-6195.
Connelly Landscaping employee certified
The Ohio Nurserymen's Association
(ONA) announces that Dan McClaren,
employed by Connolly Landscaping Co.,
Avon, luu achlovotl recognition as an
Ohio Certified Landscape Installer
(OCLIL
A almilar certification program was
Instituted in January of 19U2 for
employees of retail garden centors. Tho
Ohio Certified Nunwrymen {OCN) Program Is geared to improving tho skills
and knowlodge of nursory and garden
store personal, so they may provide the
gardening public wtth timely and useful
horticultural Information.
Jased on tho success of the OCN Program, tho Ohio Nurserymen's Association has developed a training manual
and test that la geared to tho landscape
Installer. This new Ohio Certlflod Landscape Installer (OCLI) Training Manual,
' writton by membors of the ONA Cer-
FAIRLAND BUILDERS, INC. MODEL HOMES
AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY!* s>
GREENBR1AR
•£
4 Bedroom Colonial wtth first ROOT den, $199,500. *
4 Bedroom Center Hall Colonial, 5164,500 r
tification Committee and The Ohio Stato
University faculty, features tho following chapters: The Importance of Sotting
and Personnel Relations, Landscape
Design, Landscape Construction. Plant
Installation and Care, Landscape Production Management, Safety and First
Aid. Daslc Principles of Plant Growth,
Plant Nomenclature, Perennials, Bu'.b*
and Annuals, Turfgruss Management,
and (Cooping Plnhts Hoalthy and Post
Proo.
The purposes of tho OCLI Program
aro to Improvo the skills and knowledge
of tho lanscape installer; to havo thfs improvomont and professional qualifications recognized in the oyns of the
public. as well as within tho landscape
and nursory industry, and to provide tho
public, architects, and contractors with
dependable landscape construction
AVON LAKE • 3 BEDROOM RANCH
420701. Super new listing with vinyl siding newer
carpeting nntl super floor plan. Only 13 years young
and ready for your Inspection. Call LESLIE 8EMIS at
933-7700.
techniques and horticultural export [so.
The OCLI Training Manual can be
purchased and studied by those landscape installors and related others in Uic
nursery industry wishing to boccmc certified. To become certified, a person
must toko a 1(15 question tost basod on
information contained in tho (mining
manual and on practical work exporlonco, Upon passing Ilio lea Van individual Is granted status an on Ohio
Certified Landscapo Installer. Each certified installer receives a diploma. Also,
cloth patches, to bo worn on clothing,
are presented to et>ch person In order to
denote his/her certification status lo tho
public. In addition,
- certified per*
son's omployor is pn .^ud truck signs,
window stickers, logo sheets and other
material promoting the employment of
Ohio Certified Landscape Installors at
tho place of business.
The OCLI program is not In any way
connoctod with any agency of tho
government but Is solely and exclusively
a voluntary program nponsorod by tho
Ohio Nusorymon's Association.
Take time for you
The Lorain County Association for tho
Education of Young Children will prosent a p r o g r a m " C o m m u n i q u e
Rocourcos" by Drucilla Harvoy and Tom
Unger. Those topics will Include: Your
own Solf-Estoem; Tlmo Management;
and tho Rarities of Personalities You
Will Encounter In Your Professional .
Work Environments.
The program will take place on Thursday, Oct. 11 at tho Lorain County Community Action Office. 3553 Broadway In
Lorain at 7 p.m.
There is no charge for tho presonta-.
(ion and everyone is invited. Coma and
loam to take care of you in ardor to bo a
health lor, happier parson.
Refreshments wilt be served and door
prizes will bo given.
Salesperson
for the Month
of September
JOANNE AMES
Avon Lake/East
Lister for
the Month
of September
BETH FRALEY
Avon Lake/East
ANTIQUE LOVERS AND SPACE SEEKERS
424379. Older cape with expandable Upstairs, on a
1Nx255 lot which backs to a golf course. Basement
has plenty ol space tor area room. Presently 3
bedrooms. 1st floor utility, separate dining, 8x48
porch which spans west side of house. $74,500. Call
the lister, ADA TAYLOR, 933-6195 about
assumable mortgage.
AVON LAKE
ELYRIA
CLEVELAND
933-6195
365-3761
871-727T
933-7700
366-6590
871-8880
Lister &
Salesperson
for September
CATHY HUGICK
Avon Lake/West
PERFECT FOR EVERY OCCASION
418446. 3 BR ranch has 1 "•_ hs. beautiful new kitchen, family room largp cSy*,.t for almost any activity. n«w furnace, roof, £,Mater tank, beautifully landscaped. $95,900. Ca» the lister ADA TAYLOR,
071-7273.
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J U S T LISTED - SELLER BUILT.
ONE YEAR - TRANSFERRED
43003S. But their loss can be your gain, because this
4 bedroom, 2V4 colonial with beautiful neutral decor,
open family room, kitchen, skylights, dramatic staircase, fuD basement, walk-in pantry, 10'x30' deck Is
listed at only 5173.900. Call the lister ADA TAYLOR
today.
GIANT PRICE REDUCTION
434443. Located in the heart of Avon Lake right on
Lako Rd.4 situated on 1 acre, nicely landscaped both
front & back with a ntca woodsy area io the back. Also
featuring 4 . levels of. living space including 3
bedrooms, 2Vz baths, living room & family room with
woodbumer. Priced to sell at $149,000. PETE
TETORAKJS 933-6185.
SOMETHING SPECIALIH
443299. This charming 3 bedroom, 1 bath bungalow
has so mud io offer. Attractively remodeled, two
lovely decks, den. dining room & much more. Take
time to see this home. Call lister JOANNE AMES
933-6195.
433879. This comfortable 3 bedroom,;! Vk ball) ranch
has central air, a living room with L-ehaped dining,
cathedral celling - SUPER SHARP KITCHEN - attached garage, above ground pool and decking Many
upgraded features. A lovely home for both young or
old. For Showings, call: LAURA MURPHY.
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SEE WHAT IS IMPRESSING EVERYONE
438451. Quality now construction, 3 BR, 2Vfe bath colonlal,rgas fuel central sir, basement, fireplaco, dock.
3 0 days to completion, $115,900. Call the lister ADA
TAYLOR, 833-6195.
STYLE, QUALITY,
VALUE. INVESTMENT, TOO
223442, Going, going. Only one bedroom ranch unit
toft in this group. Priced at $28,000. Don't miss out.
ADA TAYLOR, 933-9105.
JUST USTEDPRIME EAST SIDE LOCATION
This .3 BR, 2 BA aluminum sided Colonial has a huge
kitchen, tormal dining, full basement, attic, 2 car
garage, 105x260' lot which boasts gorgeous landscaping, many new features. 5129,900. Call the lister
ADA TAYLOR/9334195 today.
Real Estate Transactions
AVON - COUNTRY FARMHOUSE
432843. Charming 3 bedroom homo with large country kitchen, dining rm. featuring a bay window, tst
floor utility and new windows throughout. Thii home
has been totally remodeled and updated. There is
also a 21x35 barn with a heated workshop, all situated
on 3/4 of an acre. $92,000. A must soe. KATHY
POCOS or JOYCE LEDUC 933-6195.
434519. Be in your new home for the holiday season.
What a wonderful gift for the wholo family. This large
four bedroom home offers the extra space you need.
Features Include: 2 full baths, spacious eat-in kttchon,
formal IMrtg a dining rooms, family room, attached 2
car garage & storage barn. Newer carpet thru-out
beautifully decorated. Lovely wooded lot In ono of
Sheffield Lake's most favored locations. Priced In the
SSO's. Call BETH FRALEY. 933-6195.
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BEAUTIFUL FAIRWAYS COLONIAL!
443323. If you're looking for a "new" home but don't
want to watt to have It built, call todayl This sumptuous four bedroom colonial offers Immediate occupancy. Oversized rooms. ext*a storage areas,*™1
super curb appeal-what more ccn you osk7 After*
dably priced- For your personal tour, call L E S U E
BEMIS at 933*7700.
LEASE-OPTION
See today - 4 bdrm. Ranch. Basement, garage, utility
rm. & F.P. Close to schools - only $139,000 Call
BROWNIE HARDESTY, 933*7700.
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442327. House beautiful. All the amenities you'woutd ,
like in a new home but can't afford. Stanley windows,
Merriiat cabinets, full wall fireplace In family room,
nicely finished roc-room in basement, 4 bedroom, 2
futt bath*, att. 2 car garage & extra garage for storage
or hobby. Energy efficient solar heat and electric.
KaTd warranty and extra lot Included."Meticulously
cared fof. Call BETH FRALEY, 933j-6195.
uli#lbility for
to uutitln uu applouso cantnet
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[udy Higgles from Iho
Avoit Luke LJbrnry will
n p u a k on " N n t i v o
A m o r i c a n s " for tho
A.A.R.P. Chapler #2043
mooliiig Oct. 16, 12 noon
at'the .'Avon Lako Unitod
Church of Christ, 32801
Eloctric Blvd. Bring a bag
lunch, bovcrago will bo
furnished. Como |oin us.
Friday, Oct. 19 Iho
Metro bus field trip will
leave Blessor Field at 9.45
a it. for
Nova, stopping at
M^lra;. Parks:, and other
points of, interns*. Lunch
will bo at Reed House,
Nova. Tlioro is no charge
for tho bus. Members and
friends are invited. To
sign up call 933-6983.
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Soup
luncheon
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Industrial Property
LOHA1H IMOUSIRtAI. PARft
Irj&i-Knat ulBl 2-SO BCT«. WJI wrli
u r t • 15.000 W fl scu^e
The L'niU'd Church of
Christ. blJ3 Sun'iL-t. Siu-f- *«on LaU.Jty Dontf, 4 &•£
liuliJ Lak(.\ wisl be v.i7Vinjj IHXXJ ftwt, tjjs ( m t , pa--*i i j f
mtmj.iT. cuntf-Sic
11 luncheon on f'ridiy. CM,
12 from t1::JO If* 1 p.m. w 933-3130
Thu rtn-nu will cn'isisl «f. Avon La*.*, 202 OH
your choice of <:hili w Rtac'jiaiv. 1 " 7 V c y 3
vegetable bt*eF soup, sand;
wiches. pie and beverage j
LMr. j bMnxwT?. J 1,3
fur S3. We look forward to tt
. mxxfed io(. PRINCIPALS
set-ing and serving you. jI OVtfJ f 140,000. Catf #-1w 0pm.
caiiwJ id^icw.itoF<3t
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Support
group meets
One is a Whole Number,
a widow and widowers
support group, will meet
OcL 11 at 6:10 p.m. 81
Sheffield
Lake Civic
Center, 4575 Luke Rd. for
their. Potluck (if ihe
Cooler's parking lot is not
done, the meeting will be
at DomotAas LitiraryJ. Bring your own table survice
and a dish to share; also a
wrapped < prize for the
•games.
All aro welcome. For information call Agnes,
933-1532 or John, 2880530.
UNFURNISHED
APARTMENTS
AVAILABLE
NOVEMBER
BRAND NEW
Apartmonts
H& 2 Bedrooms &
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Bath
RANCH APAR7UENTS
with garage many
have1&2
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attached garages
with openers.
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ELMHURST HAfbt CEHETEHT-3
Lo>3 together. ExcaVent location.
S500tor3 lota or make orier. Can
933-9218.
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opportunities
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ULTWAIE OPPORTUNITT
Fi»« lacatwn. «.«y c
Coda No. 277429064
LIKE MONEY
TO PAY BILLS
WORK FROM HOME
FOH LEASE. OfficeftRetail Spac*
in The Landings. Call 833-7151 or
871-9330.
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TJMO APPUCATIOriS AU. S H * TS.
CALL 833-8294SOCtAL WORKEH. BSW Or MSW,
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• •• NOTICE OF
ELECTION ON
TAX LEVY IN
EXCESS OF THE
TEJMULL UUITATtON
NoDce !• hereby gwan lhat In pur
suance of a resolution of in* Board
of Educaimn of the Avon Lake Oty
School District, On**, adopted on July ' 0 , (900. tfwm w« be submitted
to a vote ol the electors of txat
School District ai an electiontobe
odd tn tha Echo* District at the
regular places of voting therein, on
Tuesday, November a, 1990, tha
qiMCUOn Of lavytng • tax ki M C « M of
tne ton-mil EmJtatton ax the benefit
attornAvon lah» Public Ubrwy tor
t M purpoM ol cumni axpansM or
•TM Ubrary at a raM not vxcaMing
O.se miltoraach enm doOar of valuatkm, which amountsto9 A cwnu for
•act) o m hundrad dotars of valuatton. lor IK* y M n . Sakl u * conUtuM* an BfktUonal Ode cnW tavy. H
a mufxtf of Wv» votara wtwg
tf.araon vota In lavor tharaof. thai
hwy uM b« tint placad on th« tax Hat
and duslicalatortha tai y««r 1 M 1
lor cotaction kt tha alyyjaf y«ar
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opan at S^0 mm. and wrill iwnain
opan until 730 p.m. on Iftai day.
By on)«r of the Boa/d « EIKUOXS
of Loraln County, Ohio.
Robert O. Houaaaau
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lrtaE.Orac)a
ptractor
Putfbhod ALP Oct. 10. t7, 24. 3 1 .
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For rent
BOAT-RV-CAMPERWIKTErVSUMMEfl STORAGE
UNITS FROM 5X5 TO 10X35
SECURITY FENCE-WEU LIGHTED
PROPANE • RYDER TRUCK RENTAL
2830 LIBERTY AVE.
VEHMIU0N
0Tff3Ha7
AVON LAKE. 2 BMmmi hocna. fufl
baMmam, t tQbatha,2cargaraoa.
Met quia< straat. naar tetwA, t&O
par month phn uUttlaa. AvMabf*
arouid No*. I D . NO PETS, orw
yaar lassa, aacurtty dapotit r«guirad. S«nd •hart raautnalo TTw
P T W , . P.O. Bo* 300FY. Avon Lak«.
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tor SENIORS {82 ynA oldar)
Spadous 2O Badrms from J768
Additional a«vioM optionaJ
No atapa, aoachatf garafl*
P « i arc <r*tcom«
MOVE-IN SONUS KOW .
AVAILABLE
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W«alchtatar Townriomea
2TBS3-E WavtcrtaaUK Parkway
Quit on Cahoon. N.of OatroH)
•92-0550
EquaJ Houaing Opportuntly
(216)967-3536
FOR SALE - BY OWNER
202 JAMESTOWN .AVON LAKE
OFT ELECTRIC BETWEEN LEAR & JAYCOX
Laaalng intoitnanon
•35-1 tOO
955
WESTLAKE
BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOHES
NOW AVAILABLE!
HOUSEHOLD & COMMERCIAL
FUiigja ol prtca towait.
SHEFFIELD LAKE-Larg* 1
btf
hona w/omaia twacft. A3
No patt. %*n plus
RENT 0* AVON LAXE-3 Baovoom.
banmant garaow. now carpattfig
and wiodowm. NO PCTSI 1 montn
socurtly, SOOO. 933-3931,033-0067.
Eiduxva
ana badroorn. bf, an unnwniMi
paid, baaiad pool. o«ag«. 0 apptenots. 1Q3$9Xn
LAK£FnONT...Spactacut>r vtaw.
laroa lot, lovaly ramodel«d
burnaloM. I U M « NO PETS.
WE3TLAKE. OalrDit/CanlarDury.
i-BR up tor f«*H. «3S0/mo. utlllUan
Indudad. 935-5401.
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Vacation property
NAPLES COHDO-1 Badraom, 2
Bath. Oacvmbar or April S33-37S8.
Typlat - SStO WEEKLY AT HOUC1
inrarmatKX: Sand safl-vadratsad
atwr«wda>ni«top« Hooay.PO Eo*
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tor lawn
tHNEST DLOO-. 336*0 WALX£A malntmanc* * kmaUttton crew.
RD. 400 s«u4,'g l«rt. 1300 a motrtJi
ExtxUmt M O M . Forenun opt*
Afa,.aan Pel t t l . CaM 933-2330
Ings. Ptawse calf S33-KMU
SPACE AVAILABLF..
, ad or part a! 4.000 I THE enrr OF AVON LAKE SEBContact S3V02IB or £82-3719. 1 VICE DEPARTMENT 13 ACCEP- ,
t TIHa APPLICATIONS FOR PAflTTUffi. SEASONAL HELP FOR THE
LAXEWfOOO LEAF PICK-UP SEASON:
' Uiititiej mctudM. A.aJaOJ* im- AUTUMK
RATE OF PAY S Sl^SmR. AP>
PLJCA-nONS ARE AVAILABLE AT
THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT, 750
AVON BCLDCN ROAD. AVON
OfFICt SPACE. 14CO nq H. ft'ouofl LAKE, OHIO. .
ttoot. martf windows. Onva up paik- CLEANING rt£LP- JOtM «v«MtN«
j in pwV Wtw irtbio. 2406O Canter lor pmpanort pwt-Urna tasidanOal
M B 3 5 o
OaaVitng. nuom tor advancamant
TfaraportaCon ava»abt«. Apply t t
34080 Cantar Ridge Rd., N
King Jatnn O t n c Park
F a > 3 t o . Oh.
••
WasOak*
JUST OO rtl Ga» UndareoovrWaar
( V H IQO notional & local hm»
Lingarla. Fun. DaxlMv hour*, supaf
h i n m » M ovr Park tf>*r homa.
tficoma, bonuaaa. Idmka a m tJmbtfrao Chnatmas. Cat now A m-ik
•bout tna Ooobar ipocW, «33s)730
managnnaat.
or t«0-77»4422.
Legal No/ice
f
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Kaad Eitra Mon«y7
Moio<'«l
I 333-3 IK.
I MOUSE FC« SALE. By O»rw-f * J i
8Rs, 2 1/2 Oaths. famJy footn
almost »cr*. fufl tms*m#nt. A«sn.
Kjnti nd. 934-4355. >1Z9.800
j FOR" "SALE B T OWN£R- TSC
Wiiaamsourg Or. A L. 0 y . eW Coiomit. Immacula!* condition.
SI69.3CO, 933-4434
VACATION
ty»OVE. WARflEN COUMTV, PENKA. ALLEGHENY UTS. &«f*03 10.
Indent
I20.00C
20
HelpWanlod
. POSTAL JO«3
11.41-14.00 pw hour. For *uun ami
apphcauon info, caff (219) 7e»«64
«iL OH219, Sa.tn.-4 p.m., 7 days.
POSTAL J0eS-*l1.4i WJ14S0/TV,
^or n t m arid afioDcUlon tn<ormation cad 210-7SO-C649 «iL OM219
aam-aorn 7 day*.
RaaiauraMManaoantam
PAKED
THUMB
DOUGH
BASVSlTTEft
SNfts. Cl» 933-7511,
CHILD CABC FOR HCW8ORN, tui
tuna. Iti wait Avon Laka ftoma t*
yourt. Pratar caragnwKtth onhror«
or too othar OtfkJrwt. HaftBt
w/r«lar«nca«. Good pay. WUng lo
•naka on* vaar commttmaiit
SXMM77.
BABVStTTER
.
.
aRainoona unttt 5 p j n . In mv h d nav
C U 933-4730
Uuat hyS^
drtvaft Uoana*. RataWa, hard M orb
Ing. ralarwncaa nmanML U » M I
maswoa anytkna. 94MS3S. '
NEWS TYPIST NEtOEO fcxS»na
nuws «nd to pktcfl M in covtrtng
local gowammant maatings. lloma
photoaraphy indudatL Sand brtaf
resuma to: Sparta/Gan. Ra(«rtar,
PO Btu 300, Avon LBk*. Onto
44012.
- - . Part-tima • • p « r l a r t c « d
nhotographar naitlad loconr
Avon. Avon Laka. Shafflatd' Sha*ftakf Uko. Uutt rtava owntnmfportauon and ba raut*a. • Thoaa kv
tacvatad may aubmtt a briaf n w n w
to: ParMkna Ptwtdgnptwr.TlM
Prtaa, PO B w 300. Airon Lato*
Onto 44012.
.:
UWa C H N I PtaataaaaMng caraar
mlndad Indtviduala » tut tnvnadiata
managar, pan-Urtta, fuB-Uin* a**»unt managar poaitlona.
8 a b y i i t t » r ar/tranaportallon
wantadlwmyhBWlortOyaaroM
boy. WaalulBya. Son f rMdnlghL'
Call 933425a Monday tfwuFitday.
94
tl you aa*k a raooBinltion lor rasufta
and hava a daaK* tor
BAHHAID...nighia t . ^von
t»*-t»4. Cad bemeen 12-2pm.
hd tin*,
growthdpporlunitiea.
'Attractive waga and bonus
*Cwnphrena)v bonus program
'Intensive training progrmm
You «r« invHad to call
( Q u w times by eppt.)
AVON ' Fabulous 4-Badroom Komeitaad Mih fifit loor Bedroom and
balh. AMchad twtxar garaga PLUS 40x3fl Intulatvd Pd« flafi with
17' slkflng Mot. Concrete floor and ipaclal tool lo ptavsnt moWur'a.
Atfordabfy p>lcfld • ! S131.0DO. Joan Pmottl. '
933-4712
CENTURY 21 Luclen & Associates, Inc.
1-800-634-0571
•
Pali iin« itpirlinciit
. 1-800-32fr040a.
fr± up and dauwty parson
part t*no 327*835
b i t . w i 9 3 0 - 4-30 Monday -Friday.
UtNTAL HVOtENIST, Wa«tgaia
* r a P»rHima. n*x&* houa. pUastnt working condition. Call
!3U79\s:
'
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ROMAN CHARKJT .
Ouafiiy conadsnoous panon.' axpanancad in paML body A Btf« coU• i o n w o r k _. B t f b n » pMtoon
po arittt
lianaflts.' AppAcstiont batng takan
Oct3 ffmj OcttB. l(Wpm. 10030
S a w R d , Ckmler>d..Na pnona
eatfs hx inqutria*. - • •
EAflH M 0 M 1 . 0 0 C
Partflnw «MWy atuMng •nwatopa*
at hero*. Easy «orh - No Hwartaneat
M your mm Boaalt. For FnEE «tto
• a m « Mtiddrsaaad fr»i*wp»d
anvalop* lor Unltad Mallaf«;3
P.O.Sox 21-00, FGdgatWd. N J
C7AS7.
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21
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Sales Usls
rapafr). Dalnqyani tax proawiy
fli
Your M I if)
> 2 1 t 3 for
g ;
tandant**, Tr«*«l Aa«nt«.
Machanka. Cutowac, imnkcm
LMhM.SMw1oatot10SK.CMrv
lovol poaltlon*. CaU (1)
•09487-aooo Ext A-2193.
E
«^-t*o asanntspaa -at «y. Per I M kv
iDraflo.
nd: loddjraaaalf
atampad anvalopa lot B f C Entar*»
prtaa*, P.O. Box 451, R t f l h
bfO.C3«0t. -. ; . . . i
POSTAL JOSS^St M I , . U » f * » 'hr: For «iam and applealton W w
maaon caB 1(B0qj&WBeWj- wt'v
ELECTRONIC
. . , , ;
.No aspj MCi^f«-«14mr. iCaH
m
iaa?d^tzsg w
Rastiuirant • • . . • ,
r WANTED ENIROETIC * E N THUSIASTIC PEOPLE
; -•
un. ixdtiflg. la*H»c#d, rwtoutMd
kxal nntaunMt rwao* OaDvary
Dnvam, OB|txn* Sorvarg, Bua Par•ona A Oshwaahcra tar our naw
location. CaH 331-0202.
' *••kaMwrtiKa'farm.EAgjT
"SELL THE FULL PORTFOLIO
Aa a solos roprasonlaltv*torI n *
Mutual ol Omaha Campania*, otfar
your ptoipacts tmo'lti. Ufa. auto A
«m« vmttn Intuianc*. u waN aa
utuaf funds. Can YOU qucFfy for
rila aiciliny career? Sand iMuma
to; Mutuot ol Omnha. c/o G*ry M.
wumM. 26111 Country Ctut Blvd.
uite ?03, North Olnwied, OH
44070.. EQUHI Opportuntty Commes. M/F.
. '
B«aullfut 2,000 M). ft. ranch, opvn Ikwr plan, 3 bod., deo.
gram room, 2 batha, large bamtmonl. nit.
On Bfl«utllu( Vt Acrv Woodod Lot
•
BicyO* Uacf « « c
P.OfloK 441, Flat Rfrer, MO 03001*
REE SERVICE NEEDS HELP.
CALLI71-3&U.
NEED A P U C E TO STORE THAT BOAT?
THEN THIS IS FOR YOU!
.
S f A B L Z H E L P , Ona waafcar>H par
month & Sundays. S M ctaanina A
faadtng. C t f 23iO067 or 8204000.
B«*l Contraciing A Ptumbtng
RESIDENT UAIO NESDED
:
Co^No Jobtob»b or to anwtt.
Wa do lnt«rlor & aiWrior plumbing. W«fllak» n/as. Marling part-tfma
Including aaniiation end atorm tSSOTw. Trmnap. A phona * mutt
pir P.O-Sox 234. Amharst OH
tawara,. InJartor A ailarior wUar.
llnas. SeacialUad m toundatton & 44601.
wator proofing. Rapair tlafia or pou*
naw. AJI maaon andconcf*!*. grawl
DENTAL ASSISTANT - immadtal*
or aiphaH cktvaways. Instafl pourchaa or paUo flacks. So dont Mttla oponlngtortn«toOowlngparson: Srv,
maona who anfovs paopla A wanii
tortaaacaD
lo partldpatn I n paUvnt c v » .
FuVpart-tlm* posttlon Opan, £*•
caaara pay wilii Sand Inqulraa or
t
t i u m n lo: P.O.Bo* 770184,
CUSTOMERSEHViCEVVOBKEa
UktwwxlOH44107.
aflarnoon's and CUSTOMER SERVICE WORiefl, av«flUig-|. RailWa.
ExcaBani Co. tMnafita, maals &
unltorma provids^. PkHmt >PPV In TREE. LANDSCAPE help ,*arttad.
Can 734^874.
paraon batwaan 2 • S p.m.. 27901
Lottin Ava. N. Olmatad. '
d parmonant full Uma A ptrtUma SALES HELP. Apply in parson
*t MkBard Bay OKt Co., 20033
WANTEO^utuwuia b u s o / t v a t ,
DatnM Rd 4 Rocky Rlvar.
C O L . raqufrvd. applytoparsortnal
oWc*,-N. FtkfcMvHta City Schooia,
35854 Canlar , Rldga Rd., H. GRAPE PICKERS - Ump^rTTJuii
Faim. 28003 DatnM Rd.. B71-OO3S.
RlogavUta. Oh. 44039.
OPEN HOUSE: Sat. 10/13 & Sun. 10/14
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
07067
t
^n
p o
g
WtfnlaaawaalnicMl attoy product*.
artvatopia si homa-r No aipartanoa Onfy avpartanoad n*ad apply- C V
nKsaaary.^For FRCS- WormaMort,-;
Mi-iioa
•: -.
377-3303
HOSPfTAL JOeS-Slort SSBOnr,
your nfea No aip. nacartary. For
Ifrt). cat! t-900-226-e39Q, ait. 1473
6anv8pm 7 dayt. S12.95 pnona le«.
MOOT PEH HUWOHED, iwr-aiftng
lanara I w i honwl Details, sand a*i£
ad«r»(*»d r stamped arrmtbpa.
AMoOOaa. 6 m 309-T. Cotoraa KJ
lECRCTAHY -PrasTiflWU* w»«*njo
ldcd W M I som«on« <mih »itennvc noid procussing expfulanca to
pnp
clericaltoraccounting caao
management A oporatton:. Alto,
servlcs as istisf for racnptiomit.
Must bafiaiibia Acganisod PIBAIM
d rasuma incluillno mid pioasting iHilli, typing speod A notary
•quirementi to:
Offlcn Sonicoi Coordinator .
P.O Boi 94V2B
FhxkyRhwOH44iifl
Mo^OOOryrl MAO B O O K S ~ ^
weationa. Ouaranmd paycftaefc.
22
Situations Wanted
BABY SITTIMQ in my hama
Mtura. Battabla 84 .SawrSorvtea
nf
327-0162
PA VINO TOO MUCK
To hav« your houaa CtaanadT
Olva Juoy* Oaanlno SarvWa a Cafl
. . PrtaEatkntiM:', •
, ' Good Rattfaneaa *
InaurMl and Bondad
HOTHEH OF 2 WILL BABVSlttN
MV AVON HOME WEEKDAYS
CALL CINDY AT K I 7 4 0 M . IP NO
INSWER, PLEASE U U l v E A
Eapananead mom win babyaitln
my homa daya. Playaat In
backyard wtd plantv lo A> ProvMa lunch A T I C C l f t
oKWrtct 933-not.v
EXPERIEBCED MOTHEh wM)
babystt in my homa, waakdaya. PUy
araa M back yard. wHU pnwtdaluncn,
aRvmoon tnack A T.LC. EaaMaw
ScfiODl » » a , B33-M10. .
Babyalning in my homa. Win pteh
up. If comranlont.
(Araaa: N.
Ridflavllla, Avon, Avon - Laka,
WasOaka, N. Olmstod) TLC and
quality tkna span! with your child.
Also wilt drop children on lot
toftlon/sporb procliCv aftar achool.
t-327-4430.
BEST CLEANING. - Hona«. raspon-'
stbla irKtlvkluai to do quality claaning
in your homo, apartmant or condp
Cleaning on tegular batis or apodal
obs (walla, woodwork, »h*.) ExcaiMmt iatannc«9, Irsn Mtimatmi.
Call 35«-*001. EFytla
3flM748.
WILL DABY8IT, 20-25 Mrs. per
wtt>k, my homo. • Won-Frt. onfy.
•369-5053. Elyim,
CHILD CARE
Ocwntnga nttaoh in my nan*,
hi* or pvttkM, m l i U y i .
,- Md MvMlaM.
M k l L Kirch
k t and mack.
RatfBood Selwot m*.
933-9536
"4
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REALTOrf
Avon Lake
933-2500
* A N T A FAMILY ROOM WITH RHEPLACE?
441859. Being offered is a very nice 3 Bedroom
Ranch in Avon Lake which features a 34x17 Great
Room/Family with Fireplace and Bar. This one is
dean and perfect for the starter. Much Remodeling.
Decorating and updated. Low SSO's. Ken Knauf
933-2500.
ABSOLUTELY IMMACULATE
438403. Describes this 4 Bedroom Ranch with 2 Full
Baths. Situated on a well manicured yard in Avon
Lake, this is a must to see. Features Family Room.
Living Room, Eat-ln-Krtchen, Dtning Room, 1st Floor
Utility Room. For your personal lour today call Mary
Louisa Camellia at 933-2500. Priced at $113.000.
32745 WALKER RD
Cleveland
871-5255
NATIONAL RELOCATION
CENTER
VINYL SIDED BUNGALOW
435047. IN MINT CONDITION!! TSIS home features
Two Bedrooms, EaMn-Kiichen with some Appliance?
remaining and Living Room. Perfect starter home.
$25,000. Call Cork! Van Wagnen (or more details at
933-2500.
3 BEDROOM
COLONIAL LOOKING
FOR AN OWNER!
417975. Features Formal Dining
Room, Living Room, Full Basement and is situated on a 33 x 165
Lot. Needs some TLC. Call Mary
Louise Gamellia fo; mere information. Priced at $34,500, 933-2500.
436307. Describes this Beautiful 3 Bedroom Bungalow situated on a well manicured 67x153 Lot,
£at-in-KUchen, living Room, Dining Room and Family Room are yours to enjoy(For mere details call Mary
Louiso Gamsllla at 933-2500. $59,900.
.
', :,'
BEST BUY IN SETTLERS!
431427. This outstanding 4 Bedroom Colonial Es
awaiting for you. It Is a one owner home and features'
a large Front room with Fireplace, Ceramic Tiled
Foyer, Urge Eat-in Kitchen. Divided Basement with;
Roc. Room. 1st Floor Utility Room, Private rearyard
with creek. Gas heat and C/A, and many'upgrades."
Perfect for the transferree. $186,900. Cad Ken Knauf
at 933-2500.
JAMES REALTY - ONLY LOCALLY OWNED COMPANY WITH OVER 25 YEARS
OF SERVICE IN AVON LAKE AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES.
22 Situations Wanted
otMT Ml tMbywTin
ot
y
my Aon Late, E t M w S
School
iptN
n t horn*. Putt tut* enlyt Lunch,
•nick* and TLC provided,
Hararancaa avallabla. Call
B33-40S5.
24 Education a n d
instruction
34
Lost and found
LOST; CLVMPUS CAMERA. SnaE
n«U Laha, Avon La*«, Avon ar«a.
fWwart. MB-7KJ3.
39
Craft Shows
CRAFT BAZAAR-Sat. Oct 13 9 am
to 5 am. Variety o( cram. tMicMxM
hot food. Flaid* Mathodwt Church
34O77 Lorain Rd. N. RtdgavHfe.
PIANO LESSONS
PRIVATE TUTORING
DyMaria Brunl
40
Graduate of T M Royal Conaarvattry • Montr**!. Canada. Al
I l M t
and « U a . C*B for
3
rtotxv Wax noma STABLE n*a
yaaKound indoor/outdoor riding.
• Tha proraaaional mcftmptonwaw
*nn and Vm aatwt known (orrawii
MN aatoraiMrtoncad rkterm. Try Ht
ll M M 3 3 0 or KJ3J6W.
25
Entertainment/
Parties
;
F V M Ungattal -Moat a Camao
Kngarte taanion anow in your horn*
o t I n o u r a l u d l o .
Fun..<Iamaa..Pr<xai. Call
; 32
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Personals
LOM W«*QM
Ltfaat WormaOon on r»w dlat ptoducta. Haalth and NutrWon.
To Lsa* WatqM Call:
l-»0O.2»OieT
OieT
12.00 FIRST MINUTE AND M.75
EACH AODmONAL MIN.
HOSWTALIZATiON
INS.
MAJOR MEDICAL
933-8875
WES ALVEN
SISTER DONNA
PSYCHIC READER
Adwc* On AH Ptobtam*
T«(ot Cara R«natna»
282^4375
iO70 Obariin Rd-. Loraln
Services
A-1 APPLIANCE; SALES A SErV
VICE;
Rafrlgaraiori, rang*a,
waihan, and m m Wa aarvica all
M
Carpantw - Ramorttta*
Frva EaUmalN. Kit bam*. gasagaa,
window #. door raplacamooi, dacha
A cuitom cJOMU. 777-W85 3234333
W t t T « * « CONSTAUCnON
Asphalt DrK*a A S M I Coating
Camant Drtvaa A Sldawaifca
No Jott Too Smalt,
Cafl 3274047
ELECTRICAL 4 TELCPHONs
WORK.
RaaaonaQl* H a i t i ,
933-4933.
DUCK'S HA7SWAHE. 3 / 0 9
OainM Rd.. Avon. Stonn window
and acraan i«pali. Cad 934-8 H 8,
HOUSEKEEPmo^Homaa, Ottbcaa.
RV't. Campara. Own tranaportation.
Raaaonabla ralaa. 244-0567.
CL£ANINd.,.C«naral and
mova-lna or out. Cad «3-«23«
CLEANlMa SEHViCC: Ownar
Miparvlaa« avary deanad houaa.
Wa ar« a tocal comrany and not arnutad wWi any fraruhtaa. Wa can
daalgn a p l a m t a d raguiar
mainianaftc* program aa oftan aa
you n*M. VVa cmn parform an *jrt«nMva daaring anytbna ttiroughout
tha yaar or Jual on# amall aarvtca
(itoor atrtppad, widows, ovon or ona
room daianatf). Wa ctaan naw canatructod homaa A amaX b«*inaaaaa.
Hotting aoclalQatnarlngt will
oacoma a raat plaaaura and vouH
taka prKte in trta appaaranca of your
Oaanhoma. rarARE NOT COMPLETELY FTNISKED UNTO. YOU
ARE COMPLETELY SATISFIEOtl
CALL CLEAN CORHEHS FOR
FREE SSTMATE. 33T-44SS.
PAIHTERS PWOfc Eztanor or in.
lanor Palntlno. Can Tony. WI-StM.
9 y*u» axpartanca.
CLE4NINQ SERVICE AT ITS
WTTH UOHT for panBEST:
niaa a rWghi. Outdoor l»gnting
•ntama
oy
proiaasfona/a at
Whrta Olova Ctaanktg with Satlstac- NtOHTUTtS.ttw
C nplor
l Ira*
I aaUmata.
U
. Can
Uon Ouaf antaad.
933-6771.
natarancaa Avallabla by Praaant
... Cuttomara
EaPEHSSceO WALLPAPERlNd •
Ownar PraMnt at ALL loba.
I N T E R I o n P A I N T I N O . Fraa
W« also do Interior Painting.
attlmatat. raaaonabl* ratal,
Call O«4orta lor a Fn»a Eatlmaia.
9344203.
337'7M0.
0.C.POLOVICH. Easy Ro&r PainIt no anawar laava a
ting, Ctaar^ng * HWh Praaaurs
Computtrlitd
Cuaiom
Waahlng. Call S37-64OO for Irs*
EmbraWary
atttmafa. '
Ltttaring. Oaaigna A Logoa
PflOPAhE K>U al OUtCKSHIFT
Uniqiiaf* Youra
TRANSMISSION. 690 Avon Baktofl
327-44M
RtJ., A.L. 033-3532.
JCT HOME MPROVEMCNTS
LANE aUlLOERS-CuitoiTi built addlitont,
hundentlad clack*, vlnyt
Indoor and Outdoor Ramodallrtg
•**r>o, winOotra-aoon. homo Inv
han. Batha. Oacka A Porcnaa
provanwnl.
344-0295. collaci.
Addltlona
Elactflcal 4 Talaohona Work,
Fraa Eatlmaiaa
LicariHd, hondad & Iniufod,
3I7-2J23
flaawnabbi ratas. 933-4053,
FIR
u
g
docki, wood lanes*, sloroga bn/n»,
"THE IVORY TOUCH*
Oarapai. Dack hoa aarvlca
Plnno Tuning, flopalf. R^tdatw
avsilafato. Call now lor our low and of
ACCtadilad ptano Tsehntcian.
9#itjon pricit* Ffan astlmaia,
244-4905.
szrstn
CLEANING HoilBES, ApartmnnU.
CftlSWOOD-FURNrrUftE REPAIFI,
CondM. ExparWncad 25 yeara,
4491
Jaycox. Avon. 037-5MB.
933-7118.
"PMILLIf'S" VACtiUW CLEANEH DATHTUDS REOLAZtD. BalhtuM,
•ink*,
ceramic Vi%...r*gl»x»d In
CO. SALES AND SCO VICE. Now
and fatouitt etanntra. guaranlam) your twmm tor a Irmetlon ot
lowott prte*a on naw claanari. W« mnont cost. Sav* lima, mon«y
PrafaMlonal.
(BPnl' all mahei. watfanty Blora for and !nconv»nMnca.
. cvmt* avattabl*. For
Hoovw and Eurafca. 1CII0 Oalrolt Ouar
s, CJH! PERMA-QLAZE.
Rd,. LnJiawood Piek-uo and dalivary it**
•vwtabta. CaH 1-22frO730.
AtTENTION
HOMEOWNEHSIII
Thte yaa.- innusanda of homva and
ftvaa ••« ba bat dua to chfmrwy r>raa
cauaad by t M t>u*Kjp or oaoaota
and toot In chtmneyx- Oonl M tMa
happm to you. Call Swaap-Rrtr
Chmmay Swtaplng at 3M-UB7
and hfr* you' Chlmnvy Inapadad
and claanad todayt
DUOUAK HAUUNQ. I^r^acapvw
rnalarlala, atorw, WpaoU, tand.
uwduat and manura*. t W l
Call 934-4718WESTSHOR£CONSTRt>CtlON.Concrata drlvaway*. baaamant
watarprcoflna A EroaUn Control.
Fra« aatlmaiaa. Can 933-6107.
Commaroal.
Ual. naw construction, batora or attar
you move, apartmanu. oltlcaa. par*
aonalttad aarvtca. Bondad A Irtsurad. Fraa ao&mala*. AUwort
guarantsad. For mora kiformation
can DAY'S EASE. INC.. 327-434D.
Otharaiand you a claanfng
laam...wa aanrt you aarvlc*.
LIBERTY HOME I H PROVEMEHTS. , Alt lypaa ol
(amodailng. Caramta tKa, flnotaum.
bathroom*. <Mclu. patloa, kitchana.
raplacainam window*,
FREE
ESTIMATES, 10 pareartt dlaoount
for aantor dtlnna. Cat! Doug 9«fl
»?04l
AVON LAKE WOOOWOfWINO
CO. "If ll'a mada of wood, wa can
do HI* Sookinalwi. cablnati,
cuitom clotata, amartnlnmant
canlara. kilchan pantrlaa. Fraa
7B
WKJ. BABYOfT, 29-25 hr». par
waak. my homa. MocvFri only.
36fraO53
BEAUTIFY WITH LIGHT for P«nnwn a nl(jrn. Outdoor Iightfng
ayttama by tha profaaakmala at
NIOHTUTES. CaJI for ItiM aalimata.
933-5771, 1-600-sa2-S77l.
SIGNS, BANNERS, POSTERS,
cornpular oanaralod.S5.9S A uo.
nawmaa atao avwlabta from S5.95.
CaJI 833-3453.
,
DOORS, Opanen.
SENIOR DISCOUNTS, RooMnatria
latai. Karkoff Door Service,
933-2072,24 HR. Sarvtea.
PAiNTmo 4 uflrwAU. wofltt
Hang. Fmtahing A Patching
f*o. Calflnga Sllpp'ad and
Waflpapar B t w w d
Fatt A Protaaaional
734434C
Chrta twyaratora
Fraa EatlmaiM
Computar Data Entry. My homa
m u compaiibra. Bulk maiung t*r~
v»caofter*d. 73*-1739.
iNTERlOA
~
P.O. DECORATINQ
Scrap*. SaM. Caulk, Prim* Raw
Wood. RanaU tooaa aiding. Palnl kv
a I da guitars. Clatn windows,
Praaawa wa»h. SmnH odd ioba.
23 Yrt. d p . - haorad
Wort Guarantaa
FREE ESTIMATES
171-IKf
A S P H A C T Oft CONCRETE
Ortvaw*y«, Parking Lett
25 yr»- fexpartanoa
Fraa Eatlmatna
Hamilton Paying
CEHTIFIf.D MECHANrCSWINTEHUINO, EMISSION
TE5TIH0. COMPUTER ENGINE
DIAGNOSIS PRINTOUT S?4.9S.
ALIGNMENT, TUNEUP, PATT E n i E 3 . TlflEG, T O W I N Q .
KEROSENE. MAflATHON. MMlorWolksr Hd*., 033-4102.933-8337
KELLiNO>PAINTi;tO A
WAIiPAPERINO. Fraa attimala*
Iriurad Varnlih A alalning,
rorrtoval. W9-6430.
Cormiata Tra« Stump Ramoval
•
• •• . 3 2 2 - O 7 M
SEASONED
FIREWOOD
FOR SALE
937-5492
WINCHESTER
TOWING CO.
2-1 Hr. Service
Minor Repairs
Affordable Ratss
Insured
833-3175
Chimney Sweep
FOR A SAFE, CLEAN
& EFFICIENT FIREPLACE
CALL BOB 933-7583
VCR
REPAIR
Lowest Prices
Free Estimates
Special: Cleaning
M«
934-5116
• ..•..,-• .. •
RicnShrnddad Top Soil
From our own Farina- . Stnea 1BK - S27-WS3
WRIOHT.LANO$CAPm<)»laaKlarv
ttai & commaroial lawn
malntarMfica, da«vupa. mJctt,
rhrarsuna and topaof, tanjaccpa
dasign and InataJMton, aaad ant
aod lawna. Ira* aatknafaft. 949-70) S.
SWEAT
BROTHEBS
LANDSCAPE tnagHallon,
THKB
g,,
ratiovatton. THK
ramovaf^ stump grtnotog. tortlliiing.
•torm damaaa. Ij* daarinQ and
tractor nwrk. work dona by carttnad
•rOortat CaH Irx FREE esnautuaon.
734-2874
333-6321
SEWVWrO THE MSA SINCE I»I9
u
* RESIDENTIAL
TELEPHONE SYSTEMS. Gain,
Service. Add 11 Ion*. Moves and
Changes. Naw or usad equipment
•vallabla. flaildantfil wiring.
Raatonabla ratai, Uk# Tetacom.
933^771. 1-eOQ-5g2-B77t,
41 Tre«.
Lawn
Service
frw Stump Qrlndar
44
Auction Sales
OUM AUCTtON: Frl^
Nov. 2 , 7 P M , Holiday I n n ,
mronawith, O. Ouna, Swtrrda, In- •
dlan Atlllacts, Cotna, Jawatry. hv
apaetlon e-7. Caah, VISA, I K .
ConatgnmawU wanted. AucL C
Cwhar.
46
•
•
••'-
;• :. •
Rummage Sales
RUMMAOe SALE Hory Trtnfty hair,
» 1 O Nagal Rd, Avon. Oct. 15-'6.
Mon. »n, Tin*. S-1 to day apaaal
11.50 bag.
48
Garage Sales
LAHOE0AK DeSK *7»: Whna Oaa
Stova ( 7 5 ; Haadboard SIS;
Clothing, houaMidd. Fri. 100pm.
33900 Waihar Rd. or call 033-C770.
M U T L I - F A H I L V SALE; Infanu tmu
adutt clothing, toys, gamaa,
housanokl naada, much mbc. Tnur.,
Frl., B:30«m-4:00pm. 233 Fay AM..
A.L
GIGANTIC OARAOE SALE. Furnltura, dolMrig. dWwa. you nama It,
wa mtartt hava IL 4829 Camar Rd.,
Awn. Oct. 1 3 & H . 9-Bpm. •
Solid oak padaaial tabia w/lmf A
rVehmn (HOO). Brass b«d, B»ndwood r o c h a r , z - O r l a n l a ' i
8-\I2X5-1I2,
Porlabla k«nn#l,
!-w\nqbaek chairs, ractfnar. hollIrw. mtc'ow«*>a, mlsc artwortt.
Eva*. B3J-4393.
BAY VILLAGE, 562 Dwignl. ThoW-.
(Mpm. 1-00 10 Crocker to UncoM.
ccr.ol Uncoin ft Owtght. HauMhofd
ilnmi, fall clolriM. mvor uimt HuffDtl ammnl» A g>ri Itaml.'
43
Garage Sales
KiriEHFACTOflr.
Z x p c ,
E*-«l micnMaw Overt,
£*Ver. fak» CJwiStmas T
£lQt>w>g vitt 3/10
(
D.-O.
^
s. SIS'* V i a O
; Bjhogpny k n t « f n l «
tfallii.
I1 V J i - ; i » . Nice 6 pc • "unoyunr
NWiooni set (iJvubi*) J89S. OkJ T
lU-mj. Uj(3. gulji tlW-0
yv3J5. sunny «*t, ("at -nijchep
'.. S3UC."
ea .
O "X-to Oct I'-1J. 9 l t l . 3-11W G'.T
>- C.fc». N
j
6 pc dark nu
W?5. Chest
FOfl SALE; ««n» SUCIB 38/32:
Suits, w e <*, j*<!t». i r - j j
£ AVON CHURCH O*= GOD RUUm M*CE SALE.. Ri*» Sa^f 4 Hot Dog
Stltr. Oct. 1Z & 13. aim Ml van.
3f*4S OM(0i{ Rd . Awn.
e
Muen ,mofB luf
aniiqia? txiuhs.
J
Can-ng
ROSES
» S 3 9 C w t H Rtdga Rd.
Nrth R M l
3 FAUILV GARAUt SALE. G'ris
toys ft ctohmq, womam Hus JUB
«!Qin>rg, woman] gort c'lifr*. Puon
t»cyeic» A mocfi. modi nxx*. Oc.
12 a i J . 9-7.303 El-*-.—. S L
UAfUGE SALE. 500 JAYCOX RD.
A-l_ Thurj.. Oct 11. M . infant ID
adult ckntnng. toyi. kdcfwn tabf* &
Ch«n. Avon coUvctsr Crihai »rwj
Jual m l ol RL B3. .
Phon.-J27.S740 of 327-2239.
Open J1-5. Clowd Tuvs.
Vita • Uastcrcanl * Otscovvr
6
0 W a n t e d
Call 933-3193
AKC TOT POOOLES.
Chcmptgrta 6-9'bv: CB!m "&
* i *
Jtsc, 933-3165
74
Animal Services
KENDtHA
CONSTRUCTION
933-8581
CAHOLS CANINE SCHOOL O f
DOG OaEDIENCE p'Qi«n-.i m
tavc C^iSD* U4rt™ Oclirtwr 30 A
31 833-B543.,
PET YtATCHEH5-PMS!ertomesto
Trf'B tor yuur p«( whJ^ YOU Vmvl 1
jn-tuxTxi pal c»g fla cagei. no fcev
".#i% Re!«BT(-«! «-.-»J3tii«i Invj'irO
13c^u»ieH/i«nnmisu'j. 4j»about
H'CH TOP SOH. SCflEE.'iED
DRIVEWAY SUftG. UVE5T0MS
AVON
* Entertainmsnt Centera
' Wood Fences,
937-6664
Lenny's Glasa
Sorvlc« Company
CALL949-S442
ANYTIME
Ucens«d-Bondo<Mmur«d
934-5588
AVON LAKE
WOODWORKING
'•;; COI-... : 933-3676
SAMMON FENCE CO.
Year Round Installation
New Fencing • Fence Repairs
Insurance Work
327-2021
cablnst
refaclng
Formteo
PROFESSIONAL
Watlpsptting A Pslntlng
Cofloo
tops
Randy Scnmldl
^779-9188
. Or«o
Call 835-4300 or
Toll Free 389-4110
CtlEA'NJ'NG j
fyiald-To-Order'
f
Creative Kitchens
D.C. Polovich Easy Roller
Painting & Cleaning
Power Washing:
ALUMINUM. VINYL & WOOD SIDEDHOMESANO TRAILERS, TRUCKS AND HEAVY-EOUIPMENT
COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL
KATHY'S
EXCAVATING
g
Bavtmenl WsH fU,j*r,
Footer Wort .
Water & Sewer Lire*
Driveway Stone. Sitg
or (jmealone
SACK HOE, DOZER DUMP TflUCK
. SEPTIC TANK HEPAIR A
937-5020
LICENSED ft BONDED
Cleveland's
CALL F0ft
FREE ESTIMATE
937-5400
UC 4 VISA ACCEPTS.
WINDOW & DOOR REPLACEMENT
BOWS • BAYS •SLIDING GLASS DOORS.
DOUBLE HUNGS* CASEMENTS
NORANDEX-NppCO - . /STEELS FIBERGLASS DOORS _
288-2805
CARL THOMAS-
Premier
Residential
Cleaning Service
HOUXHORK
etc
i _m -!
• Thorough
Consistent Quality
^Professional
' Bonded S Insured
871-0506
CLEANING
D.C. Po.ovich
Janitorial Services
"Now Accepting New Customers"
CUSTOM TAILORED CLEANING SERVICES
FOR BUSINESS ANO PROFESSIONAL OFRCES
FROM ONCE A WEEK TO 5 NIGHTS A WEEK
MORNING. EVENING OR WEEKENDS
WHETHER AunuHr'OR A L O T O F G R I M E , "
C A L L 937-5400
INSURED-FREEESTTMATES:
RESIDENTIAL BONUS SPECIAL^
FIRST 30 MINUTES OF CLEANING FREE
(WITH THIS AD)
- MINIMUM 2 H O U R S -
• Commorclal/OHicGS
- Residential
• New Construction
• Personalized Service
• Bended and Insured
» Free Estimates
• All Work Guaranteed
& DESIGN CC.
COMPUTER IMAGE DESIGNING
LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION
S
PREZELL
ELECTRIC
' •
' ••
f*j Joe Too Lfl'9« Of Too Sr»H '
M r a and Estimate*
va-tabW
whii* you a>e uway .cj:; • u«
anytime.
Don A Loutu Sundoarg
Featured w> P IMCaoattca
•35-1240 .
Well b« Iham wnon yt« nemj us.
•
RttftiEVEn PUPS
tor
S or
sate. AKC: M
MaH
Hr e d . M
Mother on
Cal
alVt3-4t7
t73.
Bookshelves
Crown MoW.sgs
Custom CicieU
MARION
MARS1GLIA
CRITTtfl CARfe
WB'.JIHIOIII K,h«fl jtru cani b« C'.ll « Caia ofiwi l«xj«. K*tm'i/n).
carm() nj^s tor yoof pet .n youf
hwr^j wfw^ yoo hjvn ro &•> a nay
1
Wo tan aho p;avWij banjpOiTafOo
!o a.-uj fctn CM »« and T» OTUOOWT
•hwi you re»d in to halp. Fct fully
>nsuied piu>M*onal vfi itnocn-
Miscellaneous
UOOO NEIGHBOR THRIFT SHOP.
WANTED: Wttl pay ca-n tor
WARH6W VILLAQE ANIMAL
1*0 L w Ha. Avon La'e. 933-8627.'
\W9.
furniture. o*«. h
MOSPITM.
Full iervica nnmial
CAXAGE SALE. UMJ of m s t . •tairtui. <nd
maDooonv. drn-oti rooin
caff No *a'tinrj fo* acixwitmefils.
331S5 R«<I*HMd OJvd . A t , Thu'l..
MM. kdcfwn and bmjroorrr isit.
toca>M
rwaiby
<n Warrvn Vifia^Oa. I I , 9-lpm
cJima cabinets. txx*cas^i. dnks.
Shocpinq Cenief. 1/4 mJu »cuth of
etc..' »"y condition. DcJIs, and old
I-9D O" Wairan Road Call
HUGE 9 FAUILV GARAGE SALEC
T
353-CSOfl.
Thiir».Oet 11. * 3 . Ctctftuvj. mtnt, V y B
.
,
»flmani-am«H lo X-largo 4
HoodeJl. Ttrtany Uimpi. Art Glan.
c*i*Jr«f«.. toys, fwtis»no«d iwms.
Gj«i8«are.
St'tng
Musical
lf>w t w lurnriui*. Ctina cabir*M. John
at'umanis. crocnated. and opt»
84 Auto P a r t s &
bo«I. utility truw. books and many
n»ac itvma. 1 U Inwood Blvd. A.L.
s. any hcunnw. cfuna. pel- i Service
MKV.
watcnos.
cioefca.
lamps.
«
*
'
•
'
VHURS. ONLY 1AM-3PM, ?47
GU*RANrt£O USED irvpna, ,«_
pai# and aluflir^j w t w ii^ttm. Any
GLENVIEW A.L. Toys- Nintendo
•fa f*i>«lr/, mirmtlOrt^M. 90W. vivw.
fpuna*. OJw Jb«. Uaik. Funntuia.
0iamo™3j Alsa. oHj anct used lurw<tuntry AOUMTKAI itami. BAa [U).
Mum. A!»o, o^tatock and bond o»Iificstsg and German, ft J.ipaneio
, Wmur cMtntnM.
86 Autos Wanted
W9>M War ti md:Ury Hsffla.
M b , roitc Fri. 10/12. M .
32860 RMwoacl. A t_
Anyihinq trto'
WE' BUT JUNK and wracked caM
WE .LIQUIDATE ESTATES AND
and truc*s. TflEE towtng BS1-4500.
M U L T I F A M I L V SAL6.2135
EATON, AVON (OHfit-011). MOVING SALES On PUTTING SOMEONE IN A NURSING ttOME O l
Ditrwfl, d1* u . much miac Ladt««
86 Trucks tor Sale
EI.DERLV
RELOCATIONS.
ALSO,
I*J» l i n i !*••» n*w suila, *•
SUV OUT BEFORE VOUH S*LE.
'31 CHEW S-10 Hici^Jp. * cyl . 4
MWwd, 12500. 937-5150.
OAfiAGfi SALE, f h u n . Fft, IMpm. . ROSE'S J?7-S740 OH 327 2239.
89 FORO CCONOLWE V-«. 7.000
S a t . . . H 2 . 2?amily<3aafl, t&og
MILES. A U / O M A t l C . RADIO.
Soure* Synth.. SoU Buriiaf, couch,
PLEASE CALL AGAIN IF I HAVEN'T
c h w (CWwnm), mrta tittftaa. baby
CONTACTED YOU
Jfal*. Bartno ft n a i W , twean, adult
IS77 CMC CflEWCAD CAMPER
CaP coHad-a»k lor Jtoaa.
rocking chatf, Rstta* Pile* SanotMK.
SPECIAL, fully loaded, low
Vfamad: Itediuni targ* or ailra
k m Of fiMC. Ifl0 (WmMOd. A L
rnitcaga, toft, carnpef on back. Muit
targa wat WrL 93J-2719 BfUf 6 pm.
m
to BPprecMto 13800. Call
TWO FAMa.Y OAtUOE SALE:
933-OttOfJ
Thmt^ Oct.- I I . 9 « n to ipm.
*HANDV1(AN TOOL COlXEcfOfl.
Oathlno. Una hMdboant 4 mrac..
lOoUng tor used toots. Prvfaf
72B WtdgMDOd * 0t3Ou«a HtAom
90 Autos for Sale ~ ~
mnchinJ*U or carpanler IC
Orel* ( f
835-1164.
BHONCO '79 XLT, 331 MODIFIED,
alHLS CLOTHINa, NB-4T,
AUTOMATIC. Motor good. Qody
TO
Suvi
uw
uone
Womwu cfoUVro. Orap«fi« FaSrk
very good. BO.OOO rnws. SS.BOO
I'airts snd aecasaorlas. C»i
K w w i a and woe. Od. 11.12. 13.
CriHJ4-6447.
• ,
933-9101 Irom 1Z noon to S p.m.
0-*. 215 B—enwood. A.L
• 7 T-eiRD, Wild Strawberry, M cellar,! condition, S0300. Call
W3-77*9.
54 Farm Produce
62 Miscellaneous for 1967 NISSAN ZOOSX /VC. AMtfU
Fan fw« thtpbamM m
Sale
BILL HAYTlTfl FARMS, 3015
Casaan*. 48,900 mUes.
C«nt»f rid'.- ( H I . B31. Avon.
Graviey EMctnc Start-42incn Mover
ttsoo.
*M-S6C0_C>EH NOON.
O*di Snow Ptaw^kjmo Sulky S975
I B B i F O R ESCORT. Oood
Moped-I 1/2 H P . 6A5 mile* S300.
trantporaUon. Runs wed. S4OO. CaH
Toro Powff Handia Ro*otWer St73.
_56 Appliances
C
*
*T FOHO COUNTRY CRUISER
•JO CUJT. K£NU0RE
VAN. 35.000 mitas. Oettne. e>V
condition. 1200.
KNITTING U A C H I N C S - Bulky
cwism eom-tion. 110.500.033-7687
WrRibber J400. Studto W/Hibbw
un»f 5pm.
1600. 327-580S.
GE C6^PERTONE
•B0, OLDS DELTA HO VALE , BS.
1
REPRIQERATION I t M . «4»4417.
Prtcad 10 move, suto.. air. wen mainDtSHWASHER.
SHER. - Mayug, Whha,
Whh
M«dK«ni Uft chau'. used onfy on*
tained, one owner, good condition.
Ponbto, W
Wood
d b
block
l k ttop.
pO
Oy
Only
l 8
wank. Onoinaliy S1.3C0 but wilt Ailung (930. Call 327-7543 or
k) $373
w Ok)
$373. Ab
Abu.Q
Q*» ovon,
ucrHica at t890. Commodore C-13B
S4MSO,
Tappan.' Whm, pilotiaaa alodric IgComputar wim computef nusk 1571
1BBO TOTOTA COROLLA, nn«po. < F » . old $279. Ooth • • • Dt»c Drtve, Thornton ROB Monitor,
cvKent condition. PS. PB. liU. •tereo.
conation wnyawtlonftIn. 13S1 Uocae and pad, C M Word
new eihauil. S4^00. 77MO9O.
•. _Prtc*» opa« to
Processor, C128 Word Processor.
Malation nunuala.
Bppfortnataty ISO discs, CWginoJtv
bntodar. 9334790.
ovw 11J00.. asUng S75O. CaU 1 * M Chew Cavalier Slallon2Ba^758
wagon, like new, loaded, AH power
58 Household Goods
aaattl? - itersortaps- One owner,
FLOAlOA ROOM STYLE FUH- *4K.
779-91 B8jjjskina.t4.5C0.
NITunE. Light cane coKee taMe, 2
end
tatXes,
2
BTCTHKI
mtgere*.
roc*' 3S33f CENTER RJDOETO.ing
chatt.
ptont
stand
A
urine
rack.
MAC'S
AUTO CARE
NORTH RtDOfVILLE, JUST EAST
U2S. KO-flMS.
4£t8 Lake fld.
DINlNa ROOM SET. 0 CHAIRS.
H m i OMk. Ortar Now) Ordan must
WALNUT FINISH. 'Contemporary
949^286
b* p K w d aoon Is ktaur* daltv«fy
Usilgn. good eondiluwi. U9O,
bHO«d«
871-3305.
'81 Butelc
$1295
1
ADULT HAU.OWEENCOSTUMES
0 p « n 8 day* a weak Ironi 11-5.
to rant Mon-Thura.. 34p.m.. SaL a
'85PIyReCam4Dr. $3095
CkiMd Tttasday*. KHehan and dinSun.
12-4
p.m.,
306a
E.
Lohe
Rd,.
ing roomata. cadar; chatt*. gun S L D 4 » « 4 0 e
'85 Dodge SV/
$3095
eablnata,. taa- earl.-fca box,
boefecaaas, , MCftUrydatln. fltt
BASEBALL CARDS lor tale. Below
'SSRero
$3095
caUnau, csm»r cupboard*, dry
Ouide. CoB 83*0483.
**nM,- haH M « U . and ' tablM,4B*
'87Chev.SW
SOLD
roundtenp«w padMtal tablawtth
coLOH VELOUR
79B(a2er4WD
l"o * » M . SM5. 1 ' thick top.
SOLO
L0VC32AT. Brown veJour armchair
•«v*rat i t y t H - ot "• c f w i n : from
brown tecttner, flood condition,
'86 Chevette
$2295
W5-155. FAOULOUS bVoO d n k . 4
S23 each: Rossignol sUa. t » o « S
Stags. 4 roundtd tfna china
7 3 Jeep
poles. VA. B3M779,•- , . •
$695
cablnatt, S 2 K 4 9 0 . .wmdaor and
OAROeN TRAtLCn. Cafl 933-S8IW.
d d a i 7 B d h
K
K-t K£A0A£N£._SmlUi'a Coontiy
OIL CHANGE SPECIAL
rtMignrocur. S29S, IMOWI
Counter, Avon. «34-S403.
glMMop bookcsMa. 1385450, htflc h ^ , - 4 0 - . T 2 - , S79ft-11B5, aoHd
6 6
M u s i c a l
Aim's Testing Mon.-Fr).
cherry, oak. pin*, end ttdar
badroom M M , an rMndmada at
Instruments
9:00 »m-6:00 ptn
wholaaal* ortcas. Many style*
4
Sato-Lourey
Eleetnc
Ooan,
good
imllaola. Aiao. oountry couehaa,
See Kan, Bob or Mac
tiwlrs. vringbach chairs, CMppwv. condrtton. CaU after S PM 57-3484.
dale couchaa, a l . acotctiouardad.
Pick tebrle and ha*a It euttom mida
SILVER KINO TEMPO I I 601 92 Boats and Motors
lo your «n)ar. «-« w i n daaVary
excellent condition.
ttaw, AVmOLeCATALOOWRME TRUMPET,
^ FT. LOtJESTAR ALUMINUM
case a nurles included. A k l
OUAUTY HANOMADE SOLtO OAK
BOAT W/8HP MOTOR ft A C
S2S0. 033-4740.
TO CHOOSE FROM: 100 of! tada
CES3ORIES1700 Can S30-3O40.
and chairs. Takaa 2-8 w»akg for
d«Uv«ry RaMtovar finish now
BIQNET WOOD STUDENT
avaBabb. W * now M M a mhction
XARINET tsocw/cess.
IJ>. MAINTENANCE CO.
, of tormal dminrj room tali. tndon«- BUNOY ALTO SAXOPHONE S425
alan mahogany Ouaan Ann and '/casa. Both am in eicaUonl condiUandymas S t n i c t
CMppandala canrad tumttura at
wtwiaaia prioaa. OuaNTy plus. Alt of
Yatdwork
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our fumKun ta tupartor quality.
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Oolmation puppies. Ready lo
door rnodala. S60 off tabla and
i - shots, dewclaws removed.
chalra, 1100 ol) tsbia and chairs wtth
sles and lematee. b«3utiluily
m a r k e d . Qood b l o o d l i n e .
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'IF IT'S MADE OF WOOD,
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CONCRETE WORK
FOOTEHS. FLOORS
0RJVE5. EXCAVATING
LAWN MAINTENANCE
SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
OTHERS SEND YOU A
CLEANING TEAM • WE
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MEMBER OP OHIO
LANOSCAP&KS ASSOCIATION
949-7669
Free Estimates
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL
PAULS REPAIR &
REMODELING SERVICE
Painting - Interior & Exterior
Plumbing - New/Repair - Doors - Windows
Drywall - New/Repair
Roofing - Now/Repair
Carpentry Work - Custom Decks
Licensed - Bonded - Insured
FREE ESTIMATES
GENERAL
CONTRACTOR
AVON, OHIO
QUAUTY REWODELING/NEW CONSTRUCTION
ADDITIONS
UCENSED * BONDED * INSURED
20 YFIS. EXPEHIEHCE
PHONE: 934-4716
FREE ESTIMATES
uilders inc.
RESIDENTIAL
BUILDING AND REMODELING
AVON. OHIO
MARK DUOZ1AK. PRESIDENT
Roofing Co.
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
i
. • RtKOOf tHQ'. • REPAIRS • 'GUTTERS.
. Ohio 44145
1*540 Spwiy.Drm
DAVE HANNA
327-2808
DILL PODUSKA
835-3377
BOB SMITH
M3-9M0
CAtt
933-2S1T
934-6274 -
MUZZY
STAINING
3311
Shaker Roofs
trUenor/Extarior
Wallpaper Hanging
Any Type or Pattern
Call Russ Harkins
949-6075
estimates^
KEARNEV CONSTHUCTtON
N«*d an uptlatr* fin • n«d
•ddmf on a fa<nly raom'o^•'•O* Eorfaatorornuno'
• a p t t f i . call lor •
937-B337
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NEMETH
MASONC Y
Since 1960
Brad Smith
FAIRWEATHER ROOFING
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SELF STORAGE
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AVON LAKE
933-8959
Wet Basement?
Call... DeChant
Basement Repair
933-5742
STANDING'S
AUTOMOTIVE INC.
• OujMy Product*
Fully Insured • Trimming
Stump Grinding • Removals
JERRY STANOHING
.
• • . H O D E B T J . GLENN"
M H i n l neon 11S.BS
EJy. 355-2118 0 3 7 - 0 4 8 2
949-2623
SCHflFER'S LANDSCAPING
•
10% S « * K CaUanO^MuN
Oeve. B7I-7742 1-800-762-9841
Quality Care
Cleaning
COMPLETE
REMODELING
SERVICE
934-6035
BATHROOMS AND
KITCHENS
CatrO*cig«al
933-2207
'
Carpets & Upholstery
Dry Foam Extraction
ForPeopleWho
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Value Their Possessions
Call For Free Estimates
Phil Kowalski
934-6233 »,.
lOtL x 20 ft. 10 f t * 30 It. i|l
VISIT OUR
SHOWROOM
SNURRSHI
HARDWARE••
174 Lear Rd.. Awn U u '
B33-KU
& Home & Garden Center
GARRETT-DUBER
PAINTING/INC.
933-7898
REStDENTIAL -.COMMERCIAL-
, INTERIOR - EXTERIOR WORKERS COMP.
HARTSEL
ELECTRIC
t .icensed-Bonded-lnsured
937-5750 ™
Roofs, Gutter, Chimneys
MALL COMPANY -SMALL PRICES
Able Roofing Co.
949-2O52
Sch&rvtodl ";-.
(Jonittuction ,XJne.
Licensed
Bonded
Ensured
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JHk\
APPLIANCE SERVICE
^ j Q \ fi90 Avon Befdan Rd:<Rt. 83)
fJaSH.
933-5565 • 835-8778
FREE ESTIMATES
GM KMK Uart««. MO in. V M
9 M Avon 84UW (RL B3) Avon. Ohio
- CarpelftFu'nlture
• Strip & Wax Floor*
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SUPERIOR CLEANING CO., INC.
. CARPETT S FURNITUnE CLEANING
* 1 9 n t i l room up U 300 *Q. tL
$MM
Foundation:
937-6527
CLEAN & SHINE
FLOOR CARE
93 3-59 Y6
•
TOMCO TREE SERVICE
Certified Technician
Resealing Replacing
Installation
Glass Block Windows
Fireplace Repair
SNOW PLOWING
FALL CLEAN-UP
TE
GARAGE DOORS « OPERATORS
Rwiowtirf & Commercial
UNIT SIZES .
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TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
• TRIMMING
• LOT CLEARING
• ROOT FEEDING
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TO
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AFTER 5 P.M.
K3-J41J
SERVING LOfVUN ANO CUYAHOGA COUNTIES
FOR OVER 14 YEARS
VOURRJILSCHVICE
HEATMO A PLUU6INQ CO
933-2330
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140G-ZS1-1S17
RICK'S TREE SERVICE
PLUMBlHG£h£ATlNG
• SEEDING •SODDING
• SHRUB PUNTING & DESIGNING
• LAWN MAINTENANCE
5fLx5(t.
9 n. • 10 IL
- flUILD UP OOOf 5
REMODELING SPECIALISTS
937-6430
TIM FORTHQFER BUILDERS
CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
Quji'ty fienovjiior* of Contittv Homt"!
foundations
Concrete Drives-Walks
Sewer & Water Lines
. Excavating & Grading
949-6116
After 5 p.m. WWW55
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SPECIALIZING IN CUSTOM
KITCHEN AND BATHS
RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL
NEW HOMES • REMODEL
Authorized Dealer of
Sat 9-5
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by
Pregnancy? Calf
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WHY DO SO MANY CALL tLEAN
937-5826^
CORNERS?
...OWNER SUPERVISES EVERY CLEANED HOME
FREY
PLUMBING
AND
HEATING, INC.
COMPLETE
PLUMBING. HEATING
ANO SEWER CLEANING
SERVICE
NO JOB TOO SMALL!
MOENI
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For Your FREE ESTIMATE, call:
SUE LEUENBERGER
327-4455
North Ridgevllle, Ohio
d, noi
a^ilisloc; wilh tiny (rjnctilM
W« at* • h>ca'company working tor our
g
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rnainipnanca progiam us ofinn as you f i n d In
you' IWTH) Of o'l«t.
• WB cloan now consiroctod hom«4 and small
busfnos***• Wecanof»f aninli)n»ivflcl»of'tr«aanytlmo
Ihtougnoul Ilia you.
• We can perform jutl on« small »«rvlc« (Hour
s'rpped woodwwK washed, windo*S, Ov»n,
or on« row: cl«anwt}
• WB add all Ins psrional louchM Io our
cleaning Inat you woold do yourMll.
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37500 ColoiadoRd
Avon Mon.Fri. 9-9.
Sat. 8-8, Sun. 9-6
'CR PLAYER (1-Day Rental) $ 5 . 9 9
NINTENDO VIDEO GAMES 2 Day Rentals $2.50 Each
Video Movie Specials Mon-Wed. 99*, Umn.&n. Prica as Marked
934-5403
• • • •-» o e
$5.00 PURCHASE
SUPER SAVINGS
BONUS!
Meet required
purchase for each
item and buy at
special savings!
Pure and Sweet
Chicken of the Sea Oil or Water-Pack
Mortons Plain or Iodized
Granulated Sugar
Tuna
Salt
4
6.5
26 oz.
oz.
• * • ;;* Ad <iqod thru Tues,, Opt; 16th or While Supplies Last * * *•<.*
YOUR ^eAMPBELl?SLABELS:FOR EDUCATION:' DROP OFF CENTER.
Center Cut
Pork Chops
*
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Spare Ribs
**
Quarter Sliced
Pork
Loin
Ib.
1.7
^ | Swiss Premium
Turkey
Roast
*
*
*
* Jamestown Brand Hot or Mild
* Pork
** Sausage llb-pkg.
*
Oven, Ready
Stuffed
Pork Chops.
Every Saturday Only
Outdoor BBQ at Smiths
Clambakes
Consists of 15 Clams, Vz Chicken,
Sweet Com, Potato A - j •-**Mtxxktt
all in Clam Basket; $ 0 . 5 0
$7.49
Annie of Avon's Frozen
Homemade New England Style
Clam Chowder ,„. xitthAd $ 5 . 4 9
Call Your Order in Advance
Oitidoor ,B8Q United by t m k dvptadlng on tbt wu&ct.!
Margarine
Salami
ib $ £ . / 7M
Country Style, Italian .Garlic,
Homemade
Sausage n>.
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->YourChcuc*
48oz $ 1 . 9 9 Captain
*A?o&5fik
Crunch Cereals... 15 oz. $ Z . / i b
3"9*
Pancake
24 oz. $Z.4!S
N o o d l e S o u p ..„„.„ „ \m oz
Cran Juices
Chicken
Chicken &
Stars Soup ..;...„;.
Spaghetti O's
Aunt Jmteia
Pancake
Mixes
10V4 oz.
wisk
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A ^ ^A,
32 oz. $ 1 . 4 S
Dd Monte WhofewCwam
imoz.
$ l i O Oft Labd Liquid Laundty De+eromt
Corn
*\J\
17 oz.
Dd Mont* Cut or Fiw*
nrA-|
.....96 oz. $ 4 . 9 9 Beans
Pis Paid $5.99 Pounfend Lsundiy Dvtergtnt
Concentrated
9 Ib. 13oz. ouiprice
AH;.
Russett Potatoes
Parkay
40 70
ISL
Franco Jlnwrlcan. Your Choice
$1.99
Hard
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Ocun Spray Your Choice
Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Whole Slab
Pork Ribs . „
Halves of
BBQ Chicken
Oven Roasted
, _ „ _ _ . _ 1 h, quorttn.
CookingOnions
$5.59
4 fij?
17cz. a / $ l . l i f |
Pepsi Cola &
Varieties .
12 -12 oz. cans
Pierre*s French Style
ion,.*„ $ 1 . 3 9 f^o
*7^
_.._ artbag 5 9 * Cream.
B
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«y One*
Get One *
V4 gaUon Free '-
Red or White Grapefruit... ;...3 b .99*"
Yams
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....:..„..„ ;....„...». 3 9 *
SmithV 100% Pure
Orange
Juice
Farmers Choice
Fresh Cider.... • -
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Wfl,
99*
Burpless Cucumbers ^pkg ««2oc 9 9 *
Goldvn or Red
Delicious Apples 1 ,
; ....it. 7 9 *
French Fried
Potatoes
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