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AVOHLAKERRSiHGHTIRS
CARRIER ROUTE AVJ
34ft ANNUAL
FIREMEN'S DANCE
The Press curraniiy has a roule avaliatiie
IRISH HERITAGE CLUB
JANUARY 20, 1996
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Call 93a-8i«J2
4CThVear. No. 9
January 3, 1995
Serving Avon • Avon Lake • Sheffield • Sheffield Lake
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Community
Pulse
...And Opinion
RJ.H.
CooymtolJitJons to area elected officials who were sworn In tbb past New
Year's Day. Avon Lako reaiijlants who
subscribe to cable T.V. should check out
channel 12. Tns entire Avon Lake ceremony- Is boing shown this week and 1
believe residents will enjoy the meetingFormer Avon Lake Mayor John
Picken was honored by swearing in
Avon Lake Mayor Vince Urbin. It was
good to see the former mayor included
in the activities. John Pickra played it
Lighting the way
key tola in Avon 1-akif** history and I
know ha was very excited nkoiit beinjt
part oFUI* Iaiiua/> lit ceremonies.
ti WB* goort io s«o all U» council
members smiling and putting their best
foot forward. AYOU Lake rwsidtints ue
looking for alot of great progress from
this Broun- Again — check out chtuutel
12 for lh« wTprograra.
Th« •arty snow and cold temperatures Is keeping area city crews very
busy.
.
In addition to the extra expense for
tons of salt there is the Urns of leaves
yet to be picked up. The early
December snowfall has covered the lall
leaves residents have raked lo the curb.
To compound the Issue tho snow crews
scatter the leaves as they plow too snow
limbing an even bigger mess.
1 spoke with Avon Luke Service
Director. Tom Leschnr on Tuesday
morning and ho agrees. Tom Indicated
there isn't much they can do with the
leaves until they gel a good thi.w In tho
meantime, his crows arc busy picking
up 5.000 Christmas trers.
The bike path — it belongs on U k e
Rd. There hri- bc«nflintof chatter about
pulling a Tour foot bike path on both
side* of Lake Rd. Talk as many may. the
boltoro lines is l.ake Rd- must be part of
the protect or tho stato won'l fund it.
So. when C". happens, look [or Lake Rd.
to be 8 feet wider wilh lota of bike trafWhile the main concern for bike traffic on Lake Rd. is safety. I believe tho
need for the bike path Is all about saroNew spot to dump. Standring's Aulo
Center located on Lake Rd. now otters a
site to drop ofT your used automotive
Owner Jerry Standring has installed
tanks and ensures everyone tho used
motor oil will be disposed of in a clean
Continued on page 16
A long-time favorite
Cleveland Ian favorite Ernest Byner
looks (or a hole one last time in the
Browns'victory over tho Bengals in the
home finale. PR£SS photo — Oavld
Brandt
Donna Clark (lolt) and Aileen Wood
(riqht) went to First Federal ot
l_ i*-7v.cert's now ^rarcri in Avon l_a*.e
to receive tree luminaries m cbfiguration of th*> biink •> 'jr^rid opor.ing las!
PRESS photo — Dnvid Brandt
Weather stalls
road re-opening
Ringing in the New Year
Kiwanis Club members Skip Skoggen and Bill KauHman nng the bell for Satvalran
Army collections in front ot Tom-Car Foods rrt Avon Lake. Many members o l t h e
local Kiwanis Club volunteered several hours in the cold durmg the annual holtday drive which netted nearly $4,000. All the money collected in Avon Lake will go
back to Ihe Avon U k e community. PRESS photo — Dmvid Brandt
AVON — Due lo the heavy snow, it is
unclear when Lear Nagel Road is to reopen.
According lo Mayor Jim Smith, the
road was supposed to re-open about
three weeks ago. but the snoxvy weather hits stalled progress.
-The contractor needs to test tho sewers and maku sure thcro are no leaks."
Smith said. "Tho weather Las slowed
the line-testing process."
Continued on page 16
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that was chasun to retire the debt for
thu oore soever district. Now seven
ycuii after this method was chosen.
Avon Gty Council-has thangad the
rules.
The claim is that this change was
necessary to get one sewer rate for the
city.
The b i t is everyone that ii tied into a
sanitary sewer system in Avon already
paid the same operations and maintenance chargos (O Bt M). The only difference was Ihe cost of core sewer district
debt retirement
Now, it doesn't matter when you live
In Avon; if you have a sanitary sewer
• The FRES5 «ta)m« Irtt^
editor aid K M itefrs.
• A3 Srttffrs *nd r*rw9 rsWws must be
TYTED 00UBU-5PACE3.
• Jnci*is « name, Address, pricnc number.
• tWttfr* wtil b< edited for brevity *nd
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• Al (terns muaTWtrt by Thur«l»y 5 p jn.
• Send near* rrieaaw *«d letters to:
THE fRESS. Pi). DM XX>. A W Uke,
OWo 44O2. or Ufa ttwm to our office
j t C d U*rRo*d during office hours
{9 am. to 5 p-m, Mond*y-Frid*y)
you aje paying the core JJWUT dhtrict
debt retirement.
I'm not completely blameless in this
issue. I didn't see thii coming. I thought
the rates were going !o be restructured
to require all sewer mere to pay for the
cost to operate the sewer system, not
the restructuring of an old debt onto
people who have already paid their fair
share.
1 opposed this ordinance because it
was not fair to the 500 useis (myself
included) who have already paid for
their s«wer.
If you think that's self serving, you're
absolutely right. Th» additional debt
HAPPY W
Tblbe Editor
Bnry development in the dry of
Jvtoofits,faydesign, become their own
mrar district. What this means Is that
anyaafi who has bought • house or a lot
out of the c a n tewer district has been
mad* to pcyfattheir unitary aewex. In
•oma Cue* tfe* cost was ba&t into the
price of the tab in others, into the cu*t
of the house.
In the ewe of the core sewer district.
no on* paid bt the installation of the
Kiwants/Saivatlon
Army thank you
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To the Editor
•
The Kiwanis Club of Avon IAIS and
the Salvation Army thank everyone
who donated to the "red kettles" located throughout Avon lake and Sheffield
Lakv during tbe month of December.
Almost SI .700 was received. The
amount collected In each community
will be used to help the needy In that
community.
About 170 manhours were donated
by the members of IQwenls and tbe
Kivranis Key Qub iB "ringing tha baU."
Kiwanls extends a special thank you
to Convenient Food Mart in Sheffield
Lake and Rini Rego. Sparkle Food Store
and Tom-Car Foods in Avca L d e tot
providing tha kettle locations Without
the cooperation of these merchants,
this very important community effort
would not have been possible.
David A. Moes. RE.
Public Relations Cbmmittea
Kiwanls Club of Avon Laka
BIRTHDAY T» A
H
Tha money for the installation of
these sewers was borrowed from tha
Qfelc Water DereSopmant Authority.
There was no final rootage assessment
Tha money, coUocted to repay this debt
WM to b«'based on city water conranpUoa fee thorn people In tbe Core
SawarDSatrkL
H M »«"«"«t of money h**"g paid
back by each user varied by tho amount
of city water used. A user of little city
water Mid little in debtretirement.On
th« otfiar band. larger users paid much
mor*forthe use of tne same sewer—not
a good system, but this is tbe method
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FRIDAY NIGHT
All You Can Eat
addod onto thmo 500 users is 567.200
each yedr based on the average use of
7.U00 gallons monthly at 51.00/1,000
gallons.
The total debt retirsment for the core
sewer is 5140,000 per year. Tha! means
1/3 of tha total sawer users will pay
48% of the core sewer district debt
retirement.
The Law Dtfictor has said there's
nothing in the !;w that says anything
about fairness or equality.
Maybe there should be.
Ted Gracryk
Avon Council-Bt-Larga
OURT&WN
Graczyk's point
on sewers
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CITY SCHOOLS
SCSOJt CALENDAR
Wad.. Jan. 3 - SCHOOL RESUMES
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE CLASSROOMS AT
EASrVTFW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
Mm G-jbhardt't morning kindergarten class voted on
a d m name and "The Eaglea* woo. Weekly themes
hnv« each been based on an alphabet letter, with corroapondiss dramatic play centers. They have enjoyed
working s i banian, construction crews, doctors,
floriri* and grocers. The Eagles" families help them
leant tco. They takt tnzns bringing home an estimation
ben. Joustal btan «nd class written books.
* i a . Thomas' afternoon kindergarten class has been
enjoying matbaxnotlcB with fun activities using patterns, estimating, and simple story problems. They
have be#n using creative ideas from the math "box it.
bag If* program. These methods make for enjoyable as
w » t s s educMtiooal lessons.
In October the first graders In Mrs. Cantleberry and
Mr*. Dcssjooys d u n s used the Idea of Halloween to
sing and » a a songs. »ftfm»Hi might, numbers, and
laognVaad do story retells with puppets. First graders
hear*faavabusy studying about Johnny Appleseed and
apy arouad the country. They read poems
i •©•sons *nd the fidllng |ea*e»Utactb-as m Mrs. Ssbado**; ascend grade BZS
gcaeitf-, solving profakfms,todsharpening their
thisSt% J&ti&M clues are* uncovered. Their mystery
wift wmBOad wtth a lot offim «nd mysterious ZiteratOEft MijUSl e* some mysteriea by th? yoong authors.
To* mystsdes of fall cam* alive In science as the chilc*en atadtod Umvnt «ad die reasons far their color
chanoji and rJecor&tad their own loaf-print shirt The
akatatl system waa another myiwious topic that
***Timne a part of the unfft *chmnfi IWIMWIT. The young
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T O T PATIENTS TOLCOMF
• THOROUGH r V E EXAMi NATIONS
• OVER 300 FRAME STYLES
- CONTACT LENSES OP ALL TYPES
WE AXE NOW PROVIDERS FOX:
' AETNA (FORD) ' VSP (GOODRICH) * MEDICARE
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Saturday and
Evening Hours
933-3214
.ilio exj)«ri(.'ncod thu rtavtion u! iudiflu.
starch and lemon juice J* ihey look, par! in an invisible
flobe.I V/. Thompson
m«."iiag'j MJ. M-ilh included hands-on learning meth
Veterinarian
ads nf diiihmvlic a* wull ai Halloween slory problem>,<JIIV ca'. owners dca't
salving, critical thinking. esliniJtion. place value,
r?diiza ibii their pel's
arithmetic secret codei and much more. Thti unit
dental jealih i> fo imjj-jrended with a ;r.dvene?r hu'it. The clufes wen> tiei into
tin!. Veterinary jtudiei
lbs characters from th«* literal uri* thi*y have be«n readhave shov^n that kidr.ey
ing all yev long.
disease is one of t'le mast
Mrs. Hissara's second graders have been studying the
common cauwrj tf death
"ajiouj type? of roclj and the earth's four layers. The
in old;r cata and newer
class enjoyed designing each layer of the earth wing a
studies are jhowtug lliat vou can head off major
slice of wheat bread, peanut riiit'.er. Jtrawbvrr) jam.
ccnmion cause of .'udaey health problems and *eand a piece of butterscotch candy. Each food repredisease is poor dental
a healthier futun* fox
sented a different Uvei oi" the earth. Wow! They didn't
health. The tar»ai that cun*
b^vorite feline. P^know tfcw earth couid be so yummy' Their class was
builds up oa teeth con- your
dental health care
also visited by Dr. Strimbu. who shared X-rays and
sists of mostly battoria. venu'va
majy interesting fact* about Hi? skeletal system. They
Thi5 bacteria gets inio the for your cat is easy, but
learned so much they were able to construct their own
bloodstream via the gums. treatment of heart lung,
skeletons with the help of Kir. Didtn fourth graders.
Once in the bioodsOeam liver, ox kidney disease
it can be carried to and usually b o o t
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU. \Subject :o Change).
This message is brought
cause serious health p-obFollowing is the menu for students grades K-6:
lems with the heut. to you by Richard W.
Jan. 3 - "Hot Dog on a Bun w/Kelc>up-Mu*tardThompson.
D.V.M.. Avon
lungs, liver, and kidniyt.
Onioxu. Barbecue Beans. Chips. Choice ol yruit. Cake
By eliminating the prob- Ut<> Animal Clinic. 124
w/Claze. Milk.
lem at its source through Miller Rd.. Avon Lake.
Jan. 4 • Hot Hoagie on Bun. Corn. Jello w/Fruit. Milk.
preventive dental care OH 44012. Phone: 933Jan. 5 - Open Toasted Cheese. Tomato Soup
5297.
w/Craciers. F:uit. Cranola Snack. Milk.
Following is the menu for students grade* 7-12;
-SPECIAL DISCOUNT DURING THEJan. 3 • Hot Doe on a Bun. Chips. Barbecue Beans,
MONTH OF JANUARY!
Soup. Fruit. Milk.
JANUARY IS PET DENTAL MONTH AT THE
Jan. 4 - Hamburg on a Bun w/Lettuca<Cheese-TomatoAVON LAKE ANIMAL OJNK2
Onion. Fries. Fruit. Cookie. M i l t
We feel so strongly about the need for pet denial care for
Jan. 5 - Pizza. Lettuce- Wedge. Corn-on-the-Cob. Fruit. the
comfort and »—"Vh of your pet that during Ihs mon*h of
Milk.
January, w« will offer a substantial discount. Pleatse cell our
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ALL SCHOOLS SERVE 2% OR SKIM WHITE OR 1%
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life. Compliment dtit penor and
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bc pcopk and *c«aa»of drtcord.
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noibing o«i. 3b*rt tellers tnd
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nor your uyk. EmphaMTe HMeUir-nt
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ebee's celebrates grand opening with fund drive
ELYKlA - It j ! l 'iiajtmi ;it the' n«'.v
Apiil'ibef'i in E h r u located at 1540
West River Rr. ad. N.. wiUi xi\» cut)ing of
the ribbon by Mjyor Micluu! Kuys. and
ended with S3,2132 bo ing raised lur ths
YMCA
Kiiiiieig-ditun
Enrichment
Program.
In the spirit of cuxiununity development and as iht* area's fir-sl Applebee's
location. Rusty Drury. Manager of
Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and
Bar, presented to John Pul£. Director of
tee YMCA Elyria. a check for 53.201!.
Money was railed throughout the
Grand Opening Week and at a special
"VIP"
Grand Ooening Party. The
majority of funds wero raised with an
Appleboe'i program of SI contribution
per guest check for the first wwk i:i
oporaliun.
"Our programs remain strong when
high caliber community neighbors such
as Applobee's get involved." comments
Mr. Putz. "Wo cxiend our sincere
"thanks" and look forward tu a long
working relationship.*
The money raised will benefit the
YMCA's Kindorgartoa Enrichment
Program which provides single piient
or dual working parents a safe, fun and
affordable program for their kinder-
Buy
i;.irtu'n aged children. Children CJI,
utluttd lundtryjjlLMi uith«sr in the morning vr dfturncan and thu YMCA proi.idi-5 iu|j*'r\is.;d cjru fur the iulf-day
tlis; child in not in school.
Mr. Drury. M a / u ^ r for Appleb««'i
remark, "Thi* ii heaitMt tt'-iiimony
that people h«r« in the neighborhood
have decidedly embraced Applebe«'s
right from irn; itari and we are ploosed
!o be aiding in the economic devdopinent of the ElyrU area. By bringing
Applebee's restaurant to this location,
we are working to establish a genuine
neighborhood ftwl in oui re^laurant."
Plus, people are sure to be dining here
quite often knowing that Applebee's
average lunch check is about S5.99. and
dinrar with food and alcohol is only
around $& 00.
Elyria area neighbors axe caw coming
in droves lo satisfy their Lunger with
great tasting riblels, wings. san'Iwichea.
fajitaa and scrumptious desserts. And
yea. they're leaviug with snJles on theLr
faces and cash in their wallets, as
Applebee*s not only treats the neighborhood to great food, but terrific1 prices
and outstanding friendly serv —, as
well.
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Husty Drury (left). Manager ApotebWs Eryna, John Putt (Middle), Director YMCA
Eryria. Thomas HaywxxJ (righl). YMCA EJyria Board ot Trustees President
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antique doU-huuv;.
Uiib Weial. Vcung Adult Coordinator.
4 y*-jn int«ettJ- pianti. spe.ak.ing
German. Latin music of Manzanero.
Doiii Bol«n. Reference and Juveait*
Materials Catalog, part-timw / years.
lutereits: tooting. ushering at
Playhouse Square, traveling viith the
Peace Corp5. end reading.
Cindy Pulliam. Reference Sub, month). Interests: training dog*. Avon
Lake Swim Team, ice skating, skiing,
and swimming.
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31849 £l«ctric Blvd.. Avou Lake
• 93iai2a
fanner Peace Corp* volunteer
to apeak
A Bay Village native who recently
returned Iron; th» Pea<« Corps in
Zjtnbabwe, will ^ive a presentation
about bis work, and travel in Southern
Africa oo.Tuwdav. Jan. 9. 7 p.m. in the
L*«Uer y at the Avon Laie Public Library.
Mart Fcrror taught high school
P-ngtith for two yeora in a remote village In'Zimbabwe's Easterr Highlands.
approximately 20 kilometers [12 miles)
trots the Mozambique bordiat
The. program will'begin with a talk oQ
the history, economy, political system.
culture and language of Zimbabwe as
well as anecdotes nod information
about the Southern Africa **voo in
general.
Rounding out the program will be a
tUde presentation incorporating Mr.
Forror* travels in Zimbabwe. Krucger
National Park In South Africa.
Malokitia Stale Park In Swaziland and
other aestlnatlons in Lesotho and
South Africa. An Informal question and
answex session will follow the main
program. Arti&cts from the rugion will
be on display.
Looking wr • Good Book at tbm
UfanryT Wben all of Mary HIggiiu
Clark's new books are on reaenre and
TOO have read all cf Danielle Steel, a
solution Is aK- _ * R«E««OCB has
books that c ^ ^ V y o o find other gnat
xaabV ~*'m apuv-. What Do I Head
Next? A Header's Guide to Current
Genre Fiction wlU suggest good stories
la the Myrtery. Romance. Western.
Fantasy. Horror, and Science fkti**a
*m*. litfas and autioo are- 'litad as
well as ma|ar characters. tta« period.
and settings with a synoptl* of <£• plot
am Utter*, as WBD as other title* by that
author, andromnarahlffbooks by other
authors. Fiction Catalog lists over 5.000
ncommended adult fiction, titles.
Gennflecting: A Guide to Reading
i/CfitfanhasV/sstnis
Thrillers. Romances. Science lFlctioa.
Fantasy, and Horror titles. Titles a n
Avon Public Library
37-4H5 Harvest Dr.. Avon
• 93-1-4743
Preschool Story Time
Children 3-3 years aid and participate in stnrios and crafts on Mondays,
fan. 15,22 and 29 at 7 p.m. cr Tuesday».
Jan. 9, 16. 21 and 30 at 10:30 a.m. cr
Thursdays. Ian. : 8 and 25 at 1 p.m. at
the Av on Library. This program LJ free.
hows'.vt. pre-registration isrequiredby
tailing 934-4743.
Family Night
Enjoy a craft and story seisioa as a
family night out. Thursday. Jan. 18 at 7
p.m. The program \i free but pre-registration is required by calling the library.
First MGP rehearsal, Jan. 5
Join MCP on Friday. Jan. 5 for the
first rehearsal of Rodger* &
Hamraersteiu's CAROUSEL. This r,roduclioc marks the 37th annual musical
of the company. Dicing thu first
rehearsal the entire cast will read and
sing through *h^ script and music - this
should b» a Lit of fun for everyone
involved and will give everyone in the
show a good sense of the show in its
entirety. Several smaller roles are itill
available and will be cast from those
Mark Forror
people who are in the chorus.
Rehearsal are every Friday, begiinln? at 7 p m . i>t Avoa Lake High
School Anyone who is in 9th grade or
older can be in the show. In its 37-year
history. MGP has dcnalecl $80,000 to
the Avon Lake School system. There are
over 100 active memmrs from area
communities, and over 1500 alumni
acrou th*t United States and Canada.
CAROUSEL will be performed April
19.20. 21. 28 and 27.
Baby is big winner in pageant
Reference Staff
(Lett to right} Back Roan Mary Ann
CJymer. Sue Cozzens, Bob NeigL Front
Row: CirxJy pjt&am, Doris Boten.
Morgan Danieao Smflti
Frr* poetry contot
arranged by themes, such as "Political
Intrigue and Terrorism" and "Animals
Run Rampant." Werewolves" under
Horror. Thlv book Is chock full of Lists
and alternate titles to the standard fare.
IX you need help locating thas* throe
books—or any others-ntsk at the
Reference Desk.
Staff HJghOghta-Adun Ftofmvnc*
Department
Mary Ann C3>mar. Co-coordinator. Z
years. Interests: Vegetarianism, classical music, live opera, reading, audio
books, walking, singing (member of the
Morgan Daniel Smith, daughter of
Dan and Tammy Smith of North
Ridgevillc. competed in a beauty con*
test called America's Miss and Cover
Boys USA on Oct. 2 in Sandusky.
Morgan. 11 mnnth* old. woo first
p!ace In her age group. She also won
most photogenic, most beautiful and
best dressed in her category. Morgan
al*c iron over all grand winner of ages
O-l: ;eaxs old. She now advances to
state finals in March. Good luck.
Morgan!
A SU00O onml prize is baing oBmtwt tn a (r»»
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(ho preseutbUun of Huriei and making
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CrwW Nature Onler Today is the last
Sheffield Village. There will b« u bid day to rejjuter by teiephoro for Critter
opening for companl-M bidding to prv Comer: The PolAr Pear beln^ held on
Saturday. Jan. G- parents and"their first
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pru:e* and more from 1-2:30 p.m.
recsived will remain ,t«il*d until tbzl
There will be w adnmaiau charge of 50
time.
cents per child at thu door.
The Crst village council meeting of
Jan. 4 and S. From 9a.m to4 pin. en
1696 will bo on Jan. 8 at 7 p.m. Get the
both days, Christmas trees will be
year started right and plan to attend.
accepted
for recycling by the County
PomoakM Library. Computer orientation on the IBM compatible compute; Metro Parks. Help the ecological effort
and plan to drop off your tree there.
that Is available for public use will be
More Information on the events listed
jpen to third graders through adults on
or other evecis offered throughout the
Jen. 11 at 7 pjn. For morp Infonnatioo
Metroparks system, can be obtained by
call 949-7410.
calling the Park District Offira at 1-80OFor 3-5 yaax olds, storws, songs and
LCM PARX fTDD or Voice).
fingerplays will be presented on
Did you know Jobn Yaison likes
Tuesday, fan. 9 at 1030 a.,m. and 7 p.m.
The program is free with pre-regijtra- Fantssy Football? Next time you see
him. aak. haw he did thlf year. He may
tion required by calling 949-7410.
e-/en hr/e a tip for you...'liJ next week
Another free evant celled Winter
Stop-Up Qub fs open to six and seven from the little bouse on Kenilworth.
year olds. Again pro-registration U have a great o-ue!
and Best Wishes to our patients a friends from
Dr. Douglas W. Voiers, D.C.S.
and staff
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Tired of paying too much for
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33467 Lake Rd., Suite 203. Avon Lake
Th< 'itarch if un J:J. V'-^lh, v,ith ^
iijix> firm bdci-^foaim tn »n!t?r th»
l'J9b Lcjrain County Dt itinsuishud
DJJJ> Vnuth Contfijt Them w h ) enter
th'i con".*st will rwcuivfa i cash d'.ndtion
local sponsor to aii!.J! wilh
ftrjjfy^ni '•''-' linry uiduiijy Thete
v'.l I"1.' d.'i.iry shtj'iVS, county fmri. d^iry
da vs. fiJJu jirt.-^''a-iii> Jn-J pfi-.mction.il
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(.'-ir.diiij'B' tuu*! have a dairy td.nn
bicigroLiR'l and tit currently involved
in duryiojj. Alsc. they mu»t be at loa?t
e»pen.5*!i.
1G v.-dis of ag« by Jan. 1 and b« a resiVje youth ^iecied to bv the 199G dent gf Lorain Countv.
Distinguiititd Djir>- Youth will receive
Ail candidate! under 18 niu«* have a
a ichotai'hip allocation of S4D0 lo bo consent slip signed by thaij- giuniian to
imd at ^ college or post-high ichool
tiainiog program at their cho!re,
A selection committee will judgo lb«
according to James Sk««les. Lorain
appUcact* on neatness of application,
County Agriculturw Agent
written **wy and an interview. The
Thii scho'iirjhip muit be used within
win/*er wiil bo announced at Ina acn»a Ihree-year peiiod Jiuter high scho-il ai
Odirymon's Bauquet and Award*
graduation. Thn scholanhip « ipoa- DintAt
Saturday, March 16. Entry
jored by th« Lorain County Dairy H*rd blinks on
an a%ailaole at Ohio Stuta
Improvemetit Association (dairy firmUniversity Extenslo *. - Loraia County,
en on an approved production t*stin&
42310 Russia Rd., Elyria. Tha applicaprogram.)
tion
deadline is Fab. 2. For more in£orDuring their .tiign as Dislinguijhsd
Dairy Youth, there will be a nucibe-"' outicn. call 244-6261. wxteniijn S390
activities throughout the area for them V.onin) or 329-5350 (Elyria).
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imd appropriats aoftwars. Detailed fc-iformatkm oa the sarvice is sndStbl* •
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Century Telephmi* i*" oee of the
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statss.
Congratulations to Sara Port, who
was chosen The PRESS Carrier of the
Month for October.
Sara delivers to PRESS readers on
Beck Road and Electric Boulevard in
Avon Lake, and has been a carrier for
nearly a year.
An eighth-grader at Learwood Middle
School, Sara, 14, enjoys singing in the
school choir and Spanish class.
Aside from school activities, she likes
to play soccer and basketball.
Eventually, Sara would like to pursue a
career in singing or law.
The daughter of Craig and Nancy
Port, Sara has two brothers, Tom and
Nate.
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NEW CLASSES STARTING
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MORNING CLASSES:
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Lake Pointe Construction Mould
tike to take this opportunity to
thanks it's customers, sub-contractors,
and suppliers for helping Lake Pointe
Construction to achieve the prestigious
aWard of being Voted Lorain County's*..
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and French Creek Reserve
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BIA elects 1996 officers
& directors
Mick Mackert of Mick Mackert
General Contractor of Oberlin, assumed
the presidency of the BIA Jan. 1. Mr.
Mackert has served the BIA as the first
vice-president in 1995 and second vicepresident in 199-1.
Additional officers elected are Casey
Cilfetber. Gilfether & Associates in
North Rjdgeville. as first vice president;
Chris S. Majzun. Jr., Majzun
Construction Company in Lorain. as
secord vice-president; Dick Luohrc,
Metropolitan Savings Bank in
Cleveland, as secretary: and Chris
Mead. Hausser & Taylor. CPAs in Elyria.
as treasurer.
Elected to serve as directors of the
BIA in 1996 are Alex Bruscin-J.
2217 Wisteria Way • Avon. Ohio
RIA1 I S I R H • PRDBAIE • SMALL- BUSINISS*'
- ruscino Homos: Bill Commorford,
Hovey. Kaisur, St. Marie Agency; Jim
Coak. Lorain County Title Company;
Rick Quinn, B.F.I.. Ron Schnaufer,
Schnaul'or Homes; Randy Esser. Ray
Esser & Sons; Jot.* Kasinuc. Rhama
Homes; Greg Romes. Lake Polnte
Construction: Jim Spragua. Tlachler.
Beard. Wallace & Co., CPAa. Bob Yo«l(
Dale Yost Construction; Lee Holztragw.
Sawbuck Inc.; Ken Oswald. Carpentry
by Kenny: Pat Rourke, Higgins Electric;
Greg Smink. Smink Electric; and Calvin
Smith, Calvin Smith Builders.
The BIA of Lorain County is a trada
association for companies In the building industry. Currently, the BIA has
over 600 member companies that represent over 20,000 employee*. For men
information on the BIA. please call 9341090.
Kiwanis sets January programs
Kiwanis Club of Avon Lake moets
weekly at the Avon Lake Public Library
on Electric Blvd. from 6:30 to 8 p-m.
programs for January axe:
Jan. 4 - Lorain County Leadership
Training—Joel Krueck. Kiwanis.
UURAPANDY,D,D,S,(
Jan. 11 - Boomerangs—C Xf
Broadbent. 4 time World lUcord
Holder.
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Jan. 18 - History of Bells—Chrii
Trunk. Musical instrument Makar
Jan. 25 - China Today—Bob Obrin :
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By Mary Swindell
AVON LAKE — An ex-boyfriend's
unwanted attentions prompted a Fay
Avonue woman lo file complaint* with
the Avon Lake and Cleveland Police.
Sho told local police Dec 24 thai her
former boyfriend had violated a temporajy protection order and that he may
have slashed the tiros on her car in
Cleveland. Sha was advised to file a
report with the Cleveland PD.
The same day. he called her at her
homefroma pay phone and demanded
to know who she's been swing. She
asked police to drivs by her house to
make sure all was well.
Another woman cone to the station
Dec 28 to report that a 38-year-old man
had threatened her while she was walking to her car In the parking tot of the
Municipal Building. The man. with
whom she is Involved in an eviction
dlsputa. said: "Watch your back."
PUta switch
An officer on patrol noticed susyidaoM activity on Walker Road at about
&1S a.m. Doc. 22. The officer saw a
man get out of a white Ford U D and
walk around to therearof a residence.
When tba officer tan tlie license plate
number through the LEADS (Law
BnfatcacMffll Automated Data System)
computer, the check revealed that the
nltjg we* not rogbteml to the Ford.
lntimat. it waa raebtaivd to a 1887
dwvjr. also owned by the driver, a 37yearold Cleveland man.
' Tbanait mid bs had bought the Ford
a favr days ctpter from a wast side
CMftgftBff men. >v check of the Ford's
titled howmna, showed , that It was
owbad by yet another Cleveland man.
not tn*fluppoeedseller.
Tb« driver could not pxoduca proof
ofJjirfifhf'i'1*' and.nad racsntly oean
jji^M Iln nrnti ritnif ifcnlh fnr tirtlTihm
pUtea*ndlUa carwaa towed to beheld
mrpraof of proper registration.
A iV33-.Ford F15O pickup, .beading
weak on Kwba Road Doc 19 at about 5
pjn.. hk a pateh of Ice, n u n around
and slid into a roadside drainage ditch.
landing on Us left side.
"fbadrivotva 28-y<a«?-ald Avon Lake
man. fortunately was not Injured. A
towtradc palled bis track out of tha
^ - c o n d i t i o n s caused another
drtrar to run off ~Ibe road on
Tradewinda Drive and knock over two
flt
and a Jamppoit, this on
AVON
Speeders raise Ire
A Vanda Avenue resident Gagged
- down a patrol car Dec 26 and complained of speeders on the street, especially on weekdays when children are
going to and from school, and an wuekends when kids ais out playing.
SnowmobUers raised the blood pressure of a Regatta Drive resident on Dec
22.
Footprtnti In the mow
An I npset Belle Road resident found
suspUiom footprints In the snow outside his rear windows Dec 22 at about
lOJOa-m.
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Doc 24 about his neighbor's loud muffler.
Ding-dong
Pranksters pulled one of the oldest
tricks in the book on a Brandon Place
woman Dec 26. They left a burning beg
of excrement on her porch, rang the
doorbell and then sprinted oft
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COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE
at the OLD FIRE HOUSE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1996
S:3OAM-1PM
for apt*, call 933-6164 Al (The Count) Whitney or
233-8827 Jackie at The Lorain County Blood Bank.
• Walk-Ins Welcome •
A FftlrSeld Road homeowner found
that a raccoon had taken up residence
In his furnace vent, this on Dec 23. The
animal warden was asked to stop by
and roust the raccoon from bis cozy
nest.
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QnWn
Jwinut nan
home Dec 23 to find a group of
teenagers in his driveway. Thinking the
kid* wen up to no good and perhaps
had designs on hu outdc^. basketball
hoop, the man called the cops.
Toe kids' intentions, however, were
entirely innoomL They warn simply
going from house to bouse caroling. *
Turfed
A Burton Street man complained
Dec 23 that his yard was being regular*
Iy turfed and asked the police to keep
an eye out Cor the turfiars.
JEEP
Oriatanrtti day
A puzzled Long Potate Avenue
, woman went out to her garage Christmas morning and found a setter and a
goldenretrieverpuppy there.
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A laycox Road man beefed to police
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The Avon Preschool Parents Club
will host theli fifth annual Preschool
Information Night on Tuesday. Jan. 9
from 6 to B p.m. In the Avon High
School Cafeteria. 3075 Stoney R'dge
Road.
This event Is an opportunity for parents with preschool age children to
investigate seme of the preschool ;-n>
grans available in Avon and nearby
communities. Representatives uf various preschool* will be present with
information concerning philosophies,
schedules, costs and to unswer any
other questions. "Searching for just the
right preschool for your child can be so
difficult, especially if this is your first
experience. There are so many questions you can and should ask," explains
Darlene Allen, the group's program
chairman. "This information night really simplifies things for many people.
Parents run condense what could be
weeks of effort into just a few hours."
Immediately following the Preschool
IxiV-inatioa presentations Mrs. Wins, a
Evenifyxi
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Regardless of when the road re-ojHiu
from Uw Avon-Avon Lake railroad
tracks to Chester Road. Leex-Nagel will
rwmaln a slag road for a few more
numlhs.
"It will be paved first thing this
spring." Smith said.
In addition. Jaycox Road, from the
railroad trades south to Detroit, will be
also be paved 3r»t thing this spring.
Smith added.
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Rosalie Koch, aformerAvon Lake High
School majorette, performed in the
hamirno show at the Citrus Bcwl footbaa game between Ohio Slate and
Tennessee in Orlando on Jan. 1. She
was selected as an Alt-American
Performer by the Marching Audtaries
of America at Ashland University this
past Jury. RosaBe to tnt daughter of
Linda (Looser) Koch and Fred Koch.
She \a a senior at Danbury High School
in Marbiehead. Onto.
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kinderearton leacher at Avon Village
School. will be speaking on
"Kindergarten Readiniss" in the high
school's library.
Parents of children birth to age 6 are
invit-d lo attend. Babysitting and
refreshments will be available and the
entire event is free of cost.
For more Information «bout the
evening or the Preschool Parents Club
call 934-4135.
Weather
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930-2530
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cavity-free generation
menib*rt toot on (hose co!d five degree
day prior ta Christmas to help othonMonies from Uie effort will stay within
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AVON LAKK — Attention itudeuls and parunU of Avon Lake sluricnts in grade*
K-12rThere am leas than two wrelts left to submit entries far tho upcoming reflections pic^ram (the Creative Arts Fail) The deadline for unlrios is 3 p.m. Friday,
Jan. 1Z.
As ir. the nast, the categorius are visual aits. literature, photography and music.
Tho fair date L> Sunday. Feb. 11 at Troy Intermediate School.
The theno L» "JOS* Open Your Eyes and Seo." This is always a wondwrful event,
and all Avon Late students aretoncouragedto participate. Representatives have
been to the clawroomj, and more entry forms can be obtained by contacting your
child's school effice.
WASHINGTON. DC. — Senator Mika
DeWine- (R-Ohic.) recently announced a
list of nominees to the U.S. Naval
Academy in Annapolis. Maryland.
Avon Lake High School senior
Matthew Pettys was named a nominee.
Pettys, 18. ii Iha sen of Avon Laie
Police Lieutenant Chailes Pettys and
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Debble Pettys.
™ 'Matthew is a member of the National
Honor Society and the Math-Science
.-Club. He Is also the vies president of
the Fellowship of Christian athletes,
d served as vice president of his
''•?; joakir d a u Us) year.
*' He U active In the high school foot;taB,basiwtbali aad track programs.
:jCfDeWtoa remarked: ""I am pleased to
the«« young Ohioan* f o r
y positions, and 1 am proud of
te commitment to serve this great
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ELYR1A — County Commissioner Betty Blair reports the following information
of interest to all county residents:
• Groundbreaking tor site development work at the Lorain County correctional
facility (the existing jail on Murray Ridge Road) will take place this mdath.
In May. voters approved the increase in sales tax by 1/4 percent to generate funds
for this expansion of 203 beds. When completed, the jail will accommodate 374
beds at an estimated cost of $8.7 million. Of this amounl. 32.7 million Las been
obtained in state grants to offset the total cost to Lorain County taxpayers.
• Lorain County Treasurer Daniel Telerok reports that the countyfinished1995
with roughJy $300,000 more in interest income over 1994. In October, the commiwlonwn approved contract with the United American Capital Corporation to
serve as investment ddvisor to the county.
• For jamfl are* women. no-eo*t mammograms and PAP tests are available.
Teats and fflammognmi are available free of charge to woman who qualify due to
their age (40-plustorPAPs av i 50-plus for mammograma]. Program requirements
|n^4iid«i limited income, no MecUcald. no Insurance or undennsurecL For more
Information and enrollment, call the Women's Preventive Healthcare Program «t 1800-443-2168.
• Mrs. Blair encourages county r**niniimiHt»« to Join the Lorain County Anianc
to Improve cooperation and communication among the 35 political suSdivislaas
tn Lorain County.
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Cleveland Browns veteran offensive
lineman Tony Jones says good-bye to
fans in the Dawg Pound following the
Bfowns' home finale and what could be
the last game ever in Cleveland
Municipal Stadium. PRESS photo —
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Youth basketball leagues
AVON LAKE — The North Coast YMCA wil! offer
Youth Basketball leagues for youngsters in grades t to
4 bd Saturday mornings beginning Jan. 13.
Grades 1 and 2 willplay ut 11 a.m.. and grades 3 and
4 will play at coon. Tne league will run for 10 weeks
ending on March 16. Youngsters ages 3 to 6 are invited
to (obi our Bitty Baskstball or Floor Hockey classes
which also meet on Saturday mornings.
All area youngsters are invited to join in the fun. To
register for these classes or to receive more information
regarding these or any classes offered by the Y. please
call the North Coast YMCA «l 933-9100 or B3S-9622.
1, 2 and You is «i gym clias for parents and tots ages
1 to 2 1/2. Fridays from 10 to 10:45 a.m. Classes feature
gym play, crafts and songs.
Preschool Movement • This class is for ages 2 to 3
1/2 and is offered Tuesdays. 10 to 10:45 a.m. The class
Is an Introduction to movement and gym play for
young children.
All preschool classes begin the week of January 0. To
register, call 933-9100 today.
Sno-ball Softball
Attention March of Dimes supporters in Lorain.
Cuyahogn and l«tVo cnuntiri: More lh?n 4.000 participants, including men'*, women's nnd co-ed soft ball
learns, wilt laU par! in Inn annual March of Dimes
KlnderCamp Classes
Sno-BalI/Soflball Tournament.
AVON LAKE — North Coast YMCA begin* offering
The fun laket place Jan. 2C and 2i in fields acrns*
open regisliation for thn fallowing preschool claw*
the**) thret; ctmnties.
KlnderCamp, to be hold four time* pet wrnL, i*
Tht* most surressful and hir>;ttst tournament *V«T
scheduled at the following dates and limes: Monday W.M held in 19*15 when S25.IHW wn% niiietl for the
through Thursday. 9:30 to 11 a.m. for children dRe* 2 March of Dimes.
through 4 1'2. Classes will allow preschoolers to
The March of Dimes hnltl* this nil nun I evnt tn HUM*
develop socialization skills in a safr environment. funtU in hopes of providing heiilttiy ilarii for newClasses include free play, one-on-uiw art projects. born*.
snacks, gym play, songs and movement exercise*.
Money raised will help suppr^I research, community
service, advocacy anr* education.
To sign up for this event, call 1-800-686-2323.
Line-dancing for seniors
AVON LAKE — The next session of Ronna Murray's
Line-dancing for senior citizens begins Thursday. Jan.
16 and continues for six weeks. The last class begins
Thursday. Feb. 22.
The one-hour sessions are hold at Ihe Old Firehouso
in Avon Lake from 2 to 3 p.m. The cost is SIS for six
k
To make reservations, please call the Recreation
Department at 930-4130 between 1U a.ra. and 2 p.m.
Monday through Thursday, and from noon lo 4 p.m. on
Friday.
Bridge Lessons
Starting Friday, [an. 12, fhuru will be bridge lesions
for senii-n on Fridays from 10 a.m. lo noon Tn sign up.
nr for mure information, please call 933-2972.
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Srtmgti teotof Ksndra Flaum goes up tor a layup in AJJs first conference IOBS
of Ilia season to Olmsted Falls Dec.20.The 48-39 defeat broke a string of 45 con•wcutive SWC victories for Avon Lake. PRESS photo — David Brmndt
Sarah Simmons shoots over Otmsted Falls' Caiissa Mahoney In the Shoregafv'
loss to the Lady Bulldogs Dec. 20. PRESS photo — David Brandt
(*94) Beth Lord continues to impress at
Grove City College, where she led tho
Lady Wolf basketball team in scoring
(13.3 ppg] and minutes played (208)
through seven games.
In Grove City's most recent game — a
68-42 loss to Baldwin-Wallace — Lora
topped all Lady Wolf scorers with eight
points.
Three-peat • The Avon Lake wrestlers
wont for three invitational tournament
titles in a row last weekend when the
Shoremen traveled to Brunswick for
the Brunswick Holiday Tournament.
Avon Lake began the season by winning both the Knights of Columbus and
SPORTS
SCOOP
By Chris Ai
Hitting a baseball isn't the only thing
on 199S ALHS graduate Jason Hurbtnak'i mind those days.
Hitting tho books also seems to be a
priority, judging from his selection to
the All-Ohio Academic Baseball team
for the 1995 s&ason.
Hurbanek was one or 30 seniors recognlzod across tho stale for academic
and athletic excellence.
While at Avon Lake. Hurbanek won
two tetters in baseball and three in basketball, earning him ALHS* 1995 Main
Scholar Athlete of the Year awani.,
Hurbanok. son of Avon Lake rosJdents Jim and Suo Hurbflnek. is a fre.*h-
Immunization dlnlc set
Jason Hurbanek
man pre-med student at Denison
University, where he Is also a member
of the Bis Red basketball team.
Lora, Lora - Fellow Avon Lake Rrad
A cMM Immunbatfon a r d c win b * TwU v
Thunday. J M . 11 at tha Avon Laka PtfUc Ubr<ry
from 3 3 0 p-m. lo 6 p.m.
This d W ctaopan lo any temtty w«h cWWrto
agas birtti to IB ysara n a i d n g tnvnunizatlons.
The cost l i $ S p w Immunlzanon. hamw», no
on* «W b* otniad du«to»»tnaoWiy to p«y. it to
ntcasaary lor O O T O I Stoaccompany t m chUd to
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Buckeye tourney team championships.
Back on track - The Shoregal basketball team is back in tho winning column after suffering its first SWC defeat
in 46 Ramos, a 46-39 loss to conferenco
favorite Olmsted Falls on Doc 20.
Avon Lake improved to 6-2 overall
with last Thursday's 51-37 bashing of
South view.
The game was out of reach for tho
Lady Saints following an Droning quarter in which A.L. outscored them 17-2.
Shorcgals Rebecca Sandor and
Amanda Chawansky led the romp with
nine points apiece, while contor Surah
Simmons grabbed a game-high 11
rebounds.
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On Jan. 3 at 7:45 pun. Coflaga d u b Wast
m a m b t n and guasts *M ma«t Mr.Jack Huttar. a
ratirad history taachar. Ha wW peasant a sOda
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AVOM LAKE MUNICIPAL COURT
Eftc A. £vef«n, J Henkste, Elyna waj fined
S750 nnd wntoncM! lo 180 dJy* in jail en a
charge nl DWl. *i!n 150 day* ol the sentence
deterred, i-bs driver's Ucansa was suspended hi
•wo y&n. He was alao fined $500 and Mnlancedto180 days rn jail on a charge ot drivi-ig
under suspansion.
Las A. Lmle, 37633 Caroline Dr. Avon, was
4ned $500 and sentencedtoBO Cays in Jad on a
charye of DWl. wtn B0 dor* ol the sentence
delefrsd. HK dr*»rt Beans* was suspended fcx
one year. She M S also Bned $50 on a reasonable control vtalaflon.
Marsha U o * r a . 010 D m « SL. Lorain, wfts
Bred $500 and senttmedto90 4*y» in jal en •
charge of DWl. wWi 60 days ol m* *wa»nce
dntooMl Uarsha't driv«r^ IcanM wss luspendadtorthnu years. Mantha was also Snad 150 on
areasonablecontrol violation.
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32801 Electric Blvd.
across from ALPS
Worship services are at 9:00 and 11:00 AM.
Child Care and Sunday School are offered.
The Church is Handicap Accessible.
AianD Brewn. Xi2La/Vmooi al.Lcrain. was
fined S2M and wxrtoncadto30 days tn jaJ on a
thar^fl cf passing o M d **«c*. wtui S1C0 ol sne
tnt and the Mntance debrrM.
Tnomas M Ba«Ml. 333C3 EJectnc Sfvd . H-20.
Avon LaXa. wasftrodS500 and senUnced to X
days in jai on a cturge cf driwg under suspension.
K*lty W. £wi*cryK 1SS7 1/3 E.31SL, Lonwi,
was fined S500 arc sansancvd » 90 da-/s in fai
on a charge of petty Tmtl, wnn ihe wntoncut au»pandwl.
Tracy L Saistuf^. 933 East Or**, ShcJBeM
Laka. w « fined S2S0 and S4nttnc«dto30 dayi
kijod on a charoe o( pMsamg a bed cftee*. w«i
tfw tentanoa Osmrad.
Uxrte VWez. 124 E. 32nd St. Lortin, « n
to*d S250 and tenlancedto30 dty» In M en a
enwya of passing a bad chec*. '.it»i $100 of tfw
flne and Ow aemanoi suspended.
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Burglary beil
Police arrested three 17-year-old
boys, two from Avon and ono Eram
tcraln. In connection with a burglary at
The Barn Out Back, or outdoorsmen's
txon on Detroit Road, early Christmas
morning.
Officers wen alerted to the burglary
- ••rhtm n Holly Lane residon; called at
about 12:40 a.m.. saying that a strunge
o r was parked In ner driveway and
that three men "were messing around
la a retention basin" near her horns.
Police followed footprints In the
n o w from Uw car to the store where
they interrupted the burglary, apparently the second of the night by the same
trio, according to reports.
Two youths fled on foot, eluding capturn. A third, from Loraln. was arrested
liter when he come to the station at the
i" behest of his mother to report his car
stolen* In the meantime, police had discovered goods in the car which they
* "traced to the outfitter*1 store. Tha youth
WM an asted and bis two suspected
confederates were picked up later.
AVON
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Disorderly drivers
A woman motorist complained that a
pickup truck tried to force her off tho
rood, out went into a ditch on Chester
Rood east of Nagel Dec 22 at about 3:50
pjs. Police were unable to locate the
pickup.
Another driver said he was headed
toward Sheffield Lake an SR 611 Dec
23 at about 225 a.m- when another car
crossed the center line and struck his
car. The second car then disappeared
south on Stoney Ridge Road.
Westlake Police notified Avon Doc
23 at 9:30 p.m. of a brown Mazda head*
ed west on 1-90 from Crocker Road
whose occupants apparently were
drinking and tossing bottles out of the
car. The car was not found.
afedlaae* ticket* filched fr
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Some people who cannot honestly
!^ .obtain lughlj prized t k i e t s to next
.'^"•Tftjrti Ctaralana Indians' games appar•a*-. _-...
1 ^jlUng to get them using dis-
tiam o r tMaree triad to etude captaily Aron PoBce in. the early m a s inehoertofDecKonhrtofind theniViw~6MM»Jfcy~yr— ft* I • offlan.
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K aotarad A n n at about 425.
officaw took m> the pursuit
S fagttiw car toft the highway at
LfiR B3. Sraed south on 83 and then
e 4 n 5 e * fcr the eeitlrmnrt entrance ramp
&$?*»'MO. Then it headed eest. only to
ensb near tho 157 mllemarker.
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men bailed out tat were later
Wectlake officers near
and throwing thinus around." Things %
had quiuttid down by tho tinm ofTicura vj
id
Tree trimmed
A Lon^ Road rtiaiilunt rumplatnQd
Dec 2G mat somabedy had cut down a
big pino tree or the rear of his property.
Assault claimed
A man who claJmod ha was assaulted
by another man at the Secluded Inn
Dec 26 was advised tofiloa report with
the city prosecutor. He came in to the
station to have a picture taken of his left
eye.
Oh, brother
Ar. alarmed Stonoy Ridgo Road man
summoned tho police tc his house Doc
26 shortly after noon when his 19-yearold brother began "tearing tho huuse up
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A woman cane to the station Dec. 22
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a s M & o m bar mailbox,
" TOM thief or rUetee sliced open the
etwelope. which hod-been sent fay a
ticket eaency. and took the ticket*, learlngoolr two, police said.
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woman weru trying ID get ihu car to a
gas station so ii could bo fixed.
A mlnivan wound up in a ditch on
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Doc 25 shortly aftur 5 p.m. A lowtruck
hauled It out.
Three can wound up in a ditch off
tha eastbound ramp to 1-90 from SR 611
In separate spin-outs on Dec 21
between B and 9:20 a.m.
A dark at the Dairy Mart on Detroit
Road refused to sell liquor to a young
man who appeared underage, this on
Dec 23. The youth could produce no
ID. He got into a maroon Nissan and
drove away.
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by Avon Police who handed tb«m over
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TWo men and • woman trying to get
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cellular phone who thought the trio
w*m fighting, this on Christmas Day at
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Officers found the disabled car on the
westbound berm near SR 611. The only
unpleasant*** was the car's broken
ajde, according to reports. The men and
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LAWNMOWWQ
GARDEN ROTOTUJJHG
EDGWG
Call Dennis Breese
933-3618
Painllng
185
HAMDYUAN
REMOOEUNO
PUntang. ElacMcaL Cvpanry.
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All wort guarantaad. For more
HbRMfeK cal OATS EASE. K X .
327-«34a. Otnan »tnd you a
331-5749
CERTIFIED PAIKTWG
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871*3823
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BROTHERS
835-5036
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353-0083
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BUILDING &
REPAIR SERVICES
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191
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19343 OatnK Rd. Rocky RX>ar
333-3334
27108 Kncftartxxfcar. Say VWaoa
WANTED
228-0800
193 Rubbish Hauling
SHIP
PACKAGES UPS
Ifcwtnoi
MTER1OR
J R ENTERPRISES
779-7303
^ L k c t R I C A l k TELEPHONE
WORK. Ucanpad. bondadftInaind.
S u p
PADCCOHATSaa
892-8696 or 930-2399
JAYCO.
734-2874
WOLSOtTS
TREE SERVICE
240
CalJohn
any Mia up k> 11xt7
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ISSLEARRO.
AVON LAKE
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CALLIGRAPHY
COPIES
MADE
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NEWCASTLE
ROOFING COMPANY
321-2521
TrwCaro
HORVATH
1REESEBV1CC
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OFFICE CLEAMNG
(Carpentry, Electrical,
Piumolng)
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IIIIKOPF
200
BOB'S
GENERAL REPAIR
T93?MBia
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cowuTtLY nmSmo ONTS.
Located on Jaycox Rd. North of
Walker Rd. in Avon Lake.
930-2190 or 892-1634
Moiu-Fri. 1-5:30, Sat. & Sun. 12-5
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835-9887
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779-8963
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pwgrafn w CUCI aa you naad. Ws SALES AW) SCRVICI. N w and
can partonn a». amnam cWarang
anytraa twughoM M yaar or ka3 ptlcaa on naw ctaanara. ««• anakai
mafeaa, laawawty M MtorIfaonar
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your daan honrn M
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Lakawood. Pta»M» and daftvary
NOW SELLING
FIREWOOD
COMPANY
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M M O M , B O M B and cfianeaa. Nmm
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CLEAMMO SERVCC
Onkaa, Momaa. Coadoa: Oafy,
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892-0907
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1*5
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cT**»n kJl gr pwi Kna. M-F. ix«l
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cal 933^14.
Firewood
196
T U M YOUH COLOR PHOTO BVTO
O1AMT PUZZLES. Sard 2 t a n u tor
139
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TOTAL ELECTRIC
& COMPUTER REPAIR
Oanoa or amal ivucBNaa ian»*ad.
Cwnara or any lypa ruDbHfMpplancaa nMno««d. ako garagaa daanad.
221-9204
195
Snow Ramoval
SCMOR cmzENS Horn
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aupanrialoa 3 UaaM par Day.
ruaaonada Raaii. Staia Ucanaad
Tamporary Ptteatnant aMo
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Local RaatiamM
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AVON. OHIO
WT-Mit0ftMT-«S7t
CALL 933-7701
SNOW PLOW7NG
PnOUPTSERVICe
OAYORMOHT
Call from
8am-9pm
Daily &
Sundays
(216)
891-4475
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835-5042
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Lost & Found
LOST: LAURA ASHLEY «X
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call 337-5213:
WOU=F TAMMNO aero
TAN AT HOME
Miscellaneous
For Sate
345
Buy DIRECT ANO SAVCI
HEALTH,
RECREATION &
EDUCATl
II WOO
PTCE CoBr Cauucc
Cmi TOOAV \*Ofrt*2\
Musical
Instruments
300
Education &
tnatructJon
ccmncD TiAocn M I uor
200
PIANO TUNING
M ntoGoOaa 1 -13 •• nfipct
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and
RET AJR SERV1CS
1-216-333-5026
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305 Music L—sons
CMUMM aaz-i na
ROMS LESSONS.
ANTIQUE FLOOfl HOOCL PWLCO
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933-3219
323
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1BI9 HONOA;
12*» mi. good
777-6010
1M4 UAXDAi 3ZJ SH. * O H . 5-*pd. 3
12.100
TO9-SH2
1«M ORANO AM l £ : 63K
SIAWESE tTUD SERVtCE
400 Boats A Melons""
WOODY'S MARINE
SERVICE
TRANSPORTATION
385
SAMDUSKY.OHK}
R t t
Auto Parts
& Service
CUSTOM DCTAOJMa FOR YOUR
CAR OR TRUCK. Cat tor
mhymancn and rttac Sar<». 8337381
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1385 nwottar. 356-1930 8am. -5pm.
Wat ba t m « WTMT> you mad ua.
TWESFORSALEI
PROFESSIONAL
Four 3U10.5QX15 A| Tan«n Trae
PET CARE SERVICES
on O m » M RHna. n Ford 5 Lug HuD
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893-9122
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creatiirasan
835-4892
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SLAJOSC 8TUO SERVtCE
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419-6Z7-1S73
360 Anlmsl Services
CRITTER CARE
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cwmg wwtstoryogr p«t In i c u heme
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you naad us U tMV For U y " W r t
proJanMnal « « ivccmmandad (Ml
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aw«y...Cal ua arMma.
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•34-1340
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M Hour* A Oar
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ANIMALS
PET SITTING
1-600-753-36*3
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365 Household Pets
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Head & Use The
Classifieds
HARTSEL
ELECTRIC
937-5750
* X-act * X-cellent
Lenny's Glass
Service Company
CALL 949-5442
ANYTIME
Stonas-Scrtens Repaired
SEASONED FIREWOOD
DELIVERED
J50.00 per rick
i!40.00 per cord
GAEAGEDOORS
40FEEATORS
'Avon tote**
PLUMBING, tnc
Readestial & Ctmmcrail
HS1MIIW/ * COMMERCIAL
PAUfTINQ & WALUCOVERINQ
Specializing In All Wallpapers
5,34-5807
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83S-4O83
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C U T S SAVE $1CMN
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COMPLETE
PLUMBING.
HEATING AND
SEWER CLEANING
SERVICE
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• H e w Conetneilon
• PmonaUxed Service
• Bonded and Insured
• Free Estfmetss
• All Wbrk Guaranteed
937-5826
1
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call
749-8500
•
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•
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OTHERS SFfJD YOU A
CLEANING TEAM-WE
SEND YOU SERVICE!
I
Carpet; Upholstery and
Drapery Cleaning
CLEANING
• Rasidenoai
FHEY- PLUMBING
AND
HEATING
t
4
930-2994
Finish Grading
landscape Design
Seed & Sod Lawns
Tree & Shrub Installation
Brick & Stone Walks ft
Patios. Retaining Walls.
Ponds. Fountains &
Waterfalls
• Ckan-up & Mulching
a Shrub & Onaiacntal
Pruning
FREE ESTIMATES
FULLY INSURED
2 0 TEARS EXPERIENCE
_
DYBIK
CONTRACTING
Kxterior/lnterior Repair & Remodeling
>*KRchens
• Windows
•Doors
• Drywal
•Decks
•Wo Job Too Smair Very Reasonable Prices
FOR A FREE ESTIMATE CALL
949-2516
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NEW CASTLE ROOFI vJG C O .
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TIM FORTHOFEP
Builder- Contractor
Inc.
CAROLINE'S
KATHY'S
EXCAVATING
UrHQLSURY \ OKOMIIMG
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337-6430
34875 TtrrttoMfM Dr.,Avon. OH
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SERVICE. S£PTC I * W B£P*^ *
10S
937-5020
LICENSED ft BONDED
m ftc*
(21Q) 871-0&20
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RESIDENT! AI-COMMERCIAI-;
Service
933-8733
FAIRWEATHER ROOFING
l i l H f t • Tur-OfT.
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ftfwlw • UtUt
• Ca«flit« »«1 MtU! Sinki
401«f Diauiitul Stltj lu • !»#• Rimtafcri CAM Unit*
Call
935-2517
Or Tail Frai
1-100-251-2517
Fully Insured - 24 hr. Emergency Service
Tree Trimming and Removals
118' Crane Service
THE CftOV-TONC ACCENTS FO« YCH* HOME
SHINGLES • FIAT ROOFS • GUTTUS
WINDOWS • SIDING • WTCHEN 1 BATH
892-8696
L A 9 5 0
FREE ESTIMATES
934-4716
MD
milders inc.
bu
(literal Conlraeton • BuUdtn - RtmodeUn
•BATHS
• ROOFINGS
•KITCHENS
,„
" GARAGES'
ROOM ADDITIONS
• DRIVbWAYS
• POLE EARNS ' HOUSE ERECTION
• ALUMINUM SIDING
• PATIOS
AVON, OHIO
MARK DTJIiZIAK
rwsr
LAST
WiCaaDin.1
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PVC Svcntess
THE
AVAOABLE
- ALSO VIWL & AkUftftNUM
FREE ESTIMATES 233-4450
AVON LAKE
WOODWORKING
•4GUSTCU CUBETS
S'ClXG
323-7907
1-800406070? _ ^
200 WftHD€N - B.VP1A. O H O
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933-3676
933-3514
KRUMWIEDE CONSTRUCTION
LUXURY
"Your Total Remodeling Go."
Third Genentioa
Addhioas • Rooms finished • Roofs • Siding
Mijor or Minor Repairs
CONDITIONING
I HEATING
;
Sanies All M * e s &
ModeU
934-61 3O
24-HOIK
Smfcg&taUJfatfon
24 Hr. D—pency Senrica
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934-4400
SPECIALIST^
(216) 933-9450
HOHE REMODEUNG
Addaiooi • Decks • KIchens - Balhs _
• Wbxfaws • Doors • Roofing r-'
(216)933-949S
Rob Scfinaufsr
• SIDING
Starts* • State • Rutt*f Roofing • Wtood Ehato
Outten/Downspouts • "ftar Off* • Refocli Rh
VISIT OUR
SHOWROOM
SISCRIfT HOME IMPROVEMEKT
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PAINTING, INC.
933-7898
fffTEWQH-EXTCTIOfl WORKERS COMP.
933-8676
Interior/Exterior Painting
Wallpaper Hanging
'.;
Call: 933-8686
or
621 -6332
Authorized Dealer of
UMMU
- FREE ESTIMATES -
Eoy RoflerPiinrini «c Ocmning
Bxterior Prep Scrvicca Avmilablc
Russ Harkins
Distressed by
Pregnancy? Cali
Birthright at 3224652 or 244-4652.
949^075
KEARNEY
CONSTRUCTION
NNd • " uvMtn trtmhtO. addtog
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M f rap«ra caltor•
937-6337
5S555i5
Brad Smith
Roofing Co.
bmd ol w U aurtes pmbCH. Orl|r Ou h M iwlw* COfUM.
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..OWNER SUPERVISES EVERY CLEANED HOME
We Now Do
Home
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W« cwt p«tonn an
anytnw Owoughout Ih*
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• Painting
OWNER OPERATED-FREE ESTIMATES
FREE
Estimates
• Carpentry
• Siding
835-3377
Gutters
Masonry
CALL 24 HRS.
A DAY
p
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For Your FREE ESTIMATE Caft
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