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46th Year, No. 28
rtay 22,1996
WON LAKE PUISi.-J LCHARY
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Serving Avon • Avon Lake'•* Sheffield> Sheffield Lake
O 1995.
in lorain Cowrty
Community
Pulse
|...And Opinion
RJ.H.
Avon Lake teachers, board reach
tentative contract agreement. The ten*
tative agreement "has the potential" to
retain the 18 teachers who were given
layoff notices affective for the end of
the school year, said Board President
Teny Ryan.
Mar&thon negotiations Monday night
finally ended at l a.m. Tuesday.
Ryan said the ALZA representatives
aro tafci"g the tentative ag>«ement to
thatr bargaining unit on Thursday, May
30. After this mooting, the school board
will meet to officially decide on the
Ryan would not comment on
whether the teachers took pay freezes.
cuts or other concession* in order to
prevent the IsyoHs of their colleagues.
This Information was received just as
our paper was going to press.
More vnaf* please. Area residents
wlH bo pleased to find out the Cltgo station located at the corner or Lake and
Moors roads will soon be beck in oporation.
Residents who travel that area of
Avon Lake have really missed this gas
station. At one timo. Avon Lake bad
nearly 12 places in town where they
could fill 'er up. Today, the community
has only three — tho return of the Cltgo
location will, of course, bump that total
to four.
T V nsw and Unproved Cltgo station
will feature the availability of some
retail apaca and Is expected to open in
mid- to lato July.
Half MastT Had a few calls to our
office this past week asking why the
Hag at Veterans' Memorial Paik and
Avon Lake City Hall won at half mast.
According to Mayor VTnce Urbin the
flag was lowered In honor of National
Police Memorial Day. This day is Ml
aside In honor of police officers across
the notion who were killed in the linn
of duty.
Over the years, Avon Lake Chief of
Police Davo Owad was a regular in
Washington to observe the celebration
of the day. Due to Owud's responsibilities as chief, he was unable to attend
this year.
A reminder — The ALFD is around
town flushing Ore hydrants. This Is a
safety measure that will rile the water
In the system. The ALFD wants rest'
Thi? property on Jay cox Rd. is the former hoc*G ol Andre Rison and Lisa Lopes of TLC.
Rison's Dakota
office, tho realtor who sold RLwn the
hotJ» and is now suUiit^ itfrrhim.
"Somecno asked me the o&er day if
it MUS truathe actcr. Kevin Costner. had
AVON LAKE — Four or w/poaf. 5.5
bought it." Wllli said. "Not sa. You
baZhs,hit-*iiapedtiibfr2 mid
JX*O hear Albert Belle is ^jolng to move
on hndstMptfd lot —
\o tho ivest sidy and will buy it-That'c :
perhaps, at tills low price!
not au eilber; But purple loyai to talk.
The four-bodroom hom» of Andre
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about If' •.
Rison at 322f>2 Dakota Run has toon
' Rison hoaght tho house Jc* S7GO.0DO
uazked . down from 58S0.CCO to
.last yea'i Just before the sef/son coiner
S7W.0OO.
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for
tiiCVxovna-— his new team after six
And despite ptfirsistent rumor!.- it has
yearV with the Atlanta Falcons.
not beeit sold to a celsb-jty, mid Greg
Th»| 2a-year-oltl wld? rect^voi could
WU1U of the Realty One Bay Village
By Revert Penidc .
Qironicte-Tdegmi}
afford iL I Us contract was ^st^mated at
517 -.111111011 — inrJinling a. AS nulttan
s i t i n g bouu5- "And they .made seme
nice improvements ;n the cause,"
Willis said.
To call It a rxiansica is no! u mafia
exaggeration. SlttUi^ on a l^ndscap^J.
one-jicre lot off Jaycox Rotd. tho boujte
hax Tour bedrottms. five ftropbees.
th^ii wet bars end sevon walk-in closets. The fcitr-car gcuage icdudes a
workshop ibr'the home handypurson. '..
ThereV a, 17-by-33-foot iuaodr po<A
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Continued on psjs 8
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By Heather Rotx
Jumbo-tronned
Susan KScjore of tho Avon Lfttcs FuUiro Business traders of
America throw out the first pltcfi at Avon Late Ni^it at Jacobs
Ftold on Wednssday, May 15. Check cut Kngore's KuPAibalt in
this waek's sports secton. PRESS photo — David Brandt
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AVON — AT4T and CEl's plim to amcl commwiicmUons toivars in residential areas has council munbers
and re^idon'jt electrified.
Cecrgo HovamlX 38457 Detroit KtL. lives just east of
the CEI substation acrwa from Arondalo golf courso.
He listed sovsral complaints about tho propO5«d 190foot tall tower including: devaluation of the property
aioufid tho tower; precedent boing set for lowers in roaidontial. not industrial, areas; health and safety hai>
ordi from nicrownve trannmiision and the possibility
of the towur crashing: and the liobHity of the city If it
approves tho prcjoct.
George Tilbcrg.' CEI spokesperson, said if the tower
wn.i a safety risk, enginoers would not allow It. Ho said
three towers fire already there and were there before
the homes around the substation were built; the proposed tower would "intermingle and co-exist with
existing oquipmout." ho said.
Continued on page 0
Continued on page 16
Sheffield Lake to receive $187,©3© for additional police
' tho total salary and benefits for each
officer over a three-year poriod. up to a
maximum of 375,000 per officer. Tho
SHEFFIELD LAKE — Safety Director
remaining portion of tao salaries and
Michael Fusco announced last week
that the city Is the recipient of a benefits are to be paid by the state or
city.
S1B7.000 grant from COPS (ofHco of
Fusco naid the giant wilt finance tho
Community
Oriented
PoUdr/i
saiaric3 snd benefits for two full-time
Services/U.S. Deportment of Justice.
and one part-timo officer. Fusco has not
that will allow hiring aiore police.
detormined how thoremainingoneThe grant covers up to 75 percent of
By JoAnna Easterday
quarter will be financed.
"In tho last six monlhs. with tho support ant! approval of the mayor, we
have movoa the safety director's posiMan from a largely ceremonial, parttime position, to one of nc'ual responsibility." Fusco told City Council.
Additional training for firefighters,
paramedics and police officers has
been ongoing. A hydrant testing proce-
dure for both flow and volume has been
established, firefightbg gear has been
upgraded, and ambulance service to S i
John West Shore Hospital has been
established, he pointed out.
The hot box for road repair was purchased for $10,833. When Son-ice
Director William Gardner was asked
what streets are first on tho list to get
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v/ua caused bj- M old cbtem.
The'owner lock officers to ari-mph*
.ct. b«bng\au t o anathur property
owner, noxi dcor and showed thaia an
old. dafuncl well partly sealed nvilh a
[Mr
Thn cvd weiila pro* ing an attractive
nuisance to miighburhaod children
who take the sandstone block off and
play aioiiid the wait, the resident said.
GHIcws took, photos of the well. The
matter has been bvought to the attention
of tho safety director.
Family limd
An argument between two brothers
in the early morning hours lasl
Thursday haa police knocking on Ska
dcor of their Roberti Street home. Thti
ytiungexbrolb.es:; 17,'was bleeding from
a puncture wound in his right elbow.
Khe nssu!l, he jaid. of his older brother.
23, having fluag a Phillips screwdriver
SHEFFIELD
LAKE
POLICE
BLOTTER
up. Th» officer' knew she was in us
shape ti> cJainbef over the rocks and up
the eaihankms:!!. so he called the fire
department which brought ropes and a
body harness oiil.
The weman. 3-4. was put into the
body harness and hauled up. Sh» v.as
charged I'wiih disordcily conduct and
taken to Lorain Community/St. Joseph
Hospital al her reque.it for an evaluation snd possible help for her alcohol
[vroMen*.
Add test
An ofacer on patrol slopped a car
with three youths ir. it on Irving Park
Blvd. and Pis*twoad Avenue thu
ht hin
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evening of May 10 because he knew the
driver's license, .had been suspended.
The 23-year-old w a goiio when <alfiDuring a pat-down, oue of the pasC373 arrived, but camsfaaroalater to tell
sengers, 16. waa found to bo carrying a
his side of the story. His younger brothpot pipv and two packets of rolling
er had been badgering him, and in a Et
papers. Ke was arrested for possession
of OPXBT he threw the screwdriver at
of drug paraphernalia. But that wasn't
him. he said.
all he had.
This was noS thought a satisfactory
Wnile ho was being hooked, another
explanation. Officers charged the 23officer found a plastic cigarette wraoyear-old with aggravated assault and
per with a small square of white paper
domestic violence. The screwdriver
in it. and recognized it as LSD. The
was tagged into evidence.
youth denied the stuff was add but the
officer,
using e narcotics identification
Hoist needad
kit. tested the paper positive for LSD.
Ac intoxicated woman had to be
The youth was then charged witli
hoisted up tha lake bank May 14 after
possession of controlled substances.
an officer found her lying on a concrete
The driver was died for driving under
Diet at Community Park. Tha officer
suspension.
had to climb down an embankment and
over s uries of large boulders to get to
Tlrstale
the woman, who was lying under a log
;!
with • bottle of vodka. Uireo-qusrters
An officer was ' petroling tha
empty, between her logs.
Shcreway Shopping Center Ma? 10 at
about 3:15 a-m. wt-*n a young man
l o e wonan proved combative and
haled bid ovnr to the Windjammer
uncooperative and wtw unable to stand
Apartments.
"i warn something dan a about this
car parked in my spot." the man
dtfclivr&d. pointing to a rt-d Fotd LTD.'
The officer suggested this was a iiiatIvt lu b« brought !o the alli-mion of the
building manager and bade the young
man good night.
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About ten minutes later, -ha officer
pulled into the Windj-unmer parkang
lot and saw the LTD with no rear
licema pbt« and four flat tires. The
officer got oiit
to take, a look at this and
saw that the1 tires had bwn flattened by
removing tha valve stems atid caps
frcm fiach tire.
Just then, the fellov/ who'd complained about 1tire LTD feeing parked in
his spnee cam ) anund the sida cf the
building. Th« afiicer not unnaturally
•-vondarsd whether ho had anything lo
do with this.
At Drat the man stoutly denied the
deed, but thiiv admitted he had flattened the car's tires to "leach thom a
lesson for parking in my spot." He had
dona '.: before ana would do it again, he
vowed. He pulled the v«ive stems out
of hi? pocket and handed them to the
officnr all the while filming that the
parking apot was his and that the other
guy had no right to be thare.
The officer reminded tho man that
damaging other people's property v/as
against tho law.
"They shouldn't park in my spot."
responded the man. who seemed to
have a ane-track mind on the subject.
He denied ripping the license plate
off but his tiro-flattening activities were
enough to get him charged with criminal mischief.
FtueBkhed
The manager of the Rite Aid pharmacy In the Snoreway Shopping Center
spotted a man in the automotive aisle
sLp an emergency fuse with a puller
Into his boot, this on May 14.
When the manager ailed the fellow
about this, ha admitted to filching the
fuse, explaining that be had DO money
GREAT on the GRILL
MEAT WE1NERS
Yecchh
A Harris Road man m?de the
unpleasant discovery May 14 that
somebody had taken two quarts of
molw oil from his pickup, parked in
hii driveway, and poured them all over
the inside of the truck. Whoever committed this misdeed also apparently
cracked the windshield with a rock,
which was on the hood.
Burglary beat
When an Irving Pzrk Blvd. man discovered his VCR missing from his
apartment on May 11. bo didn't pay it
•much mind, thinking *£gt a family
member had borrowea i t
Two days later, though, he came
home to find a siweo AM-FM receiver.
a cassette deck, a CD player and two
stereo speakers gons. Figuring this was
the work of bad guys, he called the copa
who found a bedroom screen cut. They
surmised that the intruders pushed
open the bedroom window.
A Lakeside 10 resident left his truck
unlocked in the building's parking
garage May 14. The next morning it was
minus his JC Penney bluo winter jacket.
a checkbook, a set of keys and a pair of
sunglasses.
A young woman, babysitting two
children at her mother's house on
Crantwood Avenue May 11. found evidenca of a break-in mia-moming when
she returned homo with tho kids from a
trip to the grocery store. A back door
had baen forced op«n and part of tho
molding ripped away but nothing
seemed to be missing from the house.
BONUS SIZE PLOCHUArrS
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SQUEEZE MUSTARD
SPRITE. DIET COKE or
VLASIC
COCA COLA
.2 LITER
HEFTY
FOAM PLATES
ALL FLAVORS
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to pay for it.
An officer escorted the man to In*
station where he gavo his right name
but wrong ase< sayi^S h e w a s 17 - A
check d his Social Security number
ihroueh the computer revealed the man
to be 19.
Ho was charged with theft and. lor
his fib about his age. obstructing official business.
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THE TTZS5,7D. Cac 300. Awn Lake.
Chi) 44012. or tika t*wn to our office
jrt 150 Lejr Ke*d durinj offte Van*
(9 *m, to S p j n , Mcsrdiy^rid.iy)
StalioQ. Anyone interested in helping
can contdd K- Brady. President of ihe
French Creek Development Association
at 937-5958.
Karen Drady. French Creek
Development
Sheffield Lake pride
shines
To the Editor
Sheffield Lake Prido Day. on
Saturday. May 11. was gloomy and
cold, but the pride of the city shined
anyway.
Oil. anti-Ereezs. brush, used bath tuha
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and other yard wastes were dep<nit3d
in four dumpntera. two manned by DFI
at no charge to the city.
But the true light was the performanco of the volunt&erv from AfSCME
Union Council ' 8 . the Chamber of
Commerce and tha VFW: who adopted
Lincoln Park for the year.
Three young adults. Noah '\atulege,
Deana lentile and Chad Morrison,
should be singled out for their pride.
They were involved with the completion of three clean-up projects:
Idlewood in both Sheffield Vifiage and
Sheffiold Lake. Hawthorne and
Tennyson and Lincoln in Sheffield
VACATION
Companies donate to
City Halt landscape project
To the Editor
To kick oV. tha start of our landscape
project for Avon City Hall, what boiler
diy to start than Lorain County Pride
D«y on May 11? Tha French Cniei.
Development Association with tha b?lp
of Avon High School students and
"Garden Club members dug thair way
into a more teeutiful Avon City Hsll
landscape.
OUT behixtd'the-ccanes support came
from the companies that donated soil,
shrubs and flowers. Thanks to Allen
Greenhouse. Avon/Lakawood Nursery,
Gerbers. Kraker Nursery, Piazzas.
Radkes. Sunbeam Gardens and Wlbon
ft Sons. Our special thanks to Doug
Mcursr. expert landscaper and Avon
resident who donated his time to
riftirfgri our landscape plan.
We a n working on this project In
thrm phases. Phase one was completed
on May 11. and this fall a more nxtaasirv portion or phase H is planned.
Phase III will be planting la^er trees
and creating decorative garden mounds
around Avon City Hall and Ihe Fire
is OOST ARDUHD
BRUSNAHAN & STUART
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
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Richard P. 5tu*rt
158-A Lear Road
Avon Lake, Ohio 44012
Lake.
Mayor Gary L. Mingeo provided
breakfast and a warm lunch on a cold
day-
WiUiiua Gardner. ShufEald Lake
S«rv lea Director
Library deserves our
support
To tho Editor:
What U a bargain? Is It something
scratched, dented, ugly, leftover, or
cheap? Oi is It the large, economy sua
which gives the most value for the
money? Some Avon Lake dlio'ns seem
to think that it is Ihe first others, who
voted for tho library levy and who will
voto "yes" again, believe ihe second.
Avon Lakers are proud of their
expanded library. Tha library board did
an outstanding job of getting the most
for our money. And tie building did
not havo any cost overruns or deLws.
And it's open seven days a week, offerb"\H something for everyone in the community, from Pre-school Story Hour to
Iho lively Avon Lakers.
Where eUo can you read books, magazines, newspapers, even catalogs for
freof Vidao tapes. CD's, audio tapes,
puppets and pesters: we got a great deal
for a minimum expease in tax dollars.
No computer, copier, or bx at home?
Try the library. Avon Lakers on a fixed
income would have to pay much more
than the dollars the levy will ccst them
if they had to pay full pticj for these
products and services.
As for those who believe that only
Avon Lakers should use the library
facilities free, do you go to Huntingdon
Brach? Or to the Lake Erie Stienco
Center? You did not pay for either even
though your local tax dollars do not
support them.
Our big. beautiful bargain belongs to
all of us. It deserves our financial
Irene Sbuster
Fresh ingredients -.
totophomemade crusty made
.daily for your family, plways
; 0v reasonable.,; stop by
• -i • and see for yourself. \*
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CITY SCHOOLS
Wednesday, May 22, 7:30 pun. — Leerwood 7th and
8th flr**frn ln,ftpTTT<^iT«Hl Music
Concart, auditorium
auditorium
u i c Concart,
Thandy.
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Mty 23, 7 JO p^n. — Aron Lake High
caily talenied students coma/ited the studio a-idience
of tho Morning Exchange a» pail or ihe -Academic
Day" far Gold Ciri wieners. Tbeso studunts have
earned at least two 4 0 gr/da point averages during the
1
Vsl three grading periods this Aciiool year, and a* part
, ' f the school'3 Renaissance program, wererewardedby
pending the day in Clevuland.
These outstanding students learned about facets ol
live television production by witnessing a complete
bi -iadcast of Morning Exchan^o with WEWS personaliti-M Coonio IDiektfn and Fred GrifTiths. Of particular
interest was the fixating tour of the WEWS studios.
Tho itudents «njoy»d learning about control room procedures and UM daily challenges faced by the show's
producers and support crew. 1' was fun to see local
calebnlies at work in the newsroom, taking time to
welcome and recogniio us on the air. rasnk >ou
Mcmii j Exchzngq!
In thi afternoon, the easer students were given a
fint-rsk tour of Cleveland's prizt-d ball park. Jacobs
Field. Tl. ly had a behind-lhfr-scenes look at ibis amazing fad If y. Our jtudenls saw how the press and the
privUega" weperienca Jacobs Field. Along the lour. t&B
stops ind lea the club lounge, the press box mA tha
dugout. S' idonts recognizea that an "todlaas game
entails evet more production than Morning Exchange!
The tour revealed that there is a flurry of activity at
Jacobs Flald that extends far beyond the game itself.
Sportswriters broadcasters and multitude service personnel wnrk ^ard to enhnnen our enjoyment of an
Tnrfian* ganm.
Tho ALHS community salutes the group of young
people whn enjoyed this learning experience In
Cleveland. The> are recognized as Renaissance Cold
Card winners. K ."p op the good work!
School Spring Choir Concert, auditorium
Mood*-, May 27 — NO SCHOOL — MEMORIAL
DAY
PET CARE
Diane Tarone
Technician PractiUontr
Many people Interact
win their oew pupp)' ^
plaj-ing agaressi^^ly, such as
a dialiengia? game cf tugof-vor. etc. while others
may like lo cuddle and bold
their puppy on their lap to
nmVf him'bar f«l loved and
protected.
Aggreiiive
behavior causes the puppy
to think of you as anctbgr
liftpf niale, *«fhiia cuddlLng
often t*T™*teadsto a fearful
pet Ovner*s feel that they
ars doing ^vhafs best Ear the
puppy, but these behaviors
can eventually virork agsiinst
you as the puppy grows up.
rm-ring the puppy to lorn
their focus on us a£ the
leader, and become unsure
ot 'jfhat is expected of than.
When a puppy retrieves a
ball and returns to their
owner tire best iwird or
motiv^iioi tha! tha puppy
can get is Ids of przisa frcm
the owatr. Tha gisaiert
reward tin dog lecejiM fa
hlsowrueril
Ttilaraetoageis
to you S3 a ivfcUc setrtat by
Diane laro.38. TtdmJdmiFtaditionuTi Avon Ltka
Animal Clinic, 124 W3kr
Road. Avoti Uks, OH
+KJ12. Phonos 91W237.
DR. SCOTT H.SBPa
OPTOMETWST
School lunch on'.i (snhfect to diance]
The foUowing u ibe menu for students grade 1-6:
May 27 NOSCK.X)L—MEMORIAL DAY
May 23 deli sand'.rich, soup, chips, fruit, nilk
May 29 pizza, ai/i-on-o-log, fvuit. oatnunl cookJe.
Complatfag *n •dscation at ATOD Laics High School
May 30 macaron , w/sauce, garlic toast, orange
It is late May and dose to tha end or tha regular
school Taac Program Enala* m*JL cnd-of-tha-ya«r benMay 31 choice of »< .iwich w/ lettuca-tomato, fruit.
<pati, antttt* and review hire bean happening far
peanut butler pie. milk' > •
tatam Haw now.
Preparingfarthe "h"! THflrn nf + p
Tha Sallowing Is the a nrafarstudents grades 7-12:
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for 201 seniors who
: Is A n a i u s Is also
May 2? NO SCHOOL • MEMORIAL DAY
wiH take fissl cams, complets course po)octi and
May 28 Soup, hot ham''.bean on • ban. chips, fruit.
partkiptts in variout cowmcnles.
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Th« farm Laia tpbUnal connaimlty will help those
May 29. taco salad on ta filla chips, corn,fruitjuice.
••niowtik* ahstUhy look at whan they have .been
«nd w b m th«y • » going la lha fororo at the 1MB bacMay 30 French toast wf.v rrap, sairtage patty, fruit.
caltnyMte cerwaooy. This event Is scheduled for Holy
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Splrfl Qrarcfa at 410 Lmx Rd.. Sunday. May 28.3 pjn.
May 31 pizza,fruitJello. I
This year's farynot* ipwakar will be Pastor Gary
All schools farre 2% or skit; white or 1%, chocolate
Schroadar of CUvur Baptist Church.
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Plane encour^B tha d a n of 1996 at Avon Laka High milk.
School to taks part In this thoughtful avenl; they will
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7* perhaps «na saw soxa* fmniliar Avon Lake faces!
Forty-two of Avon Lake High Schools most tcademl-
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of funeral service pUnning, consider Jenkins
Funeral Qupd. V e will fMt you through the
option, and help you to make informed dechtom
that are in the bert tntema of your bmUy! Afttr
all, we are not nnng-n. You ctn turn to in for
help tnd well be there. At caring friendi thoutd.
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to tell you, well be here when you need ut.
Keith Jenkins, Quries Lokarjhn Olmore.
John Bender, Don Clauner.
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By Marcella Grande
AVON LAKE — U.S. customs agents
explained to City Council .Monday
night how ihsy would lite to employ
Smoko. tho ALPD's narcotics-sniffing
police dog. for random cargo checks ai
the airport
John M. Regan, port director, said
Smoka and his handler. Officer Carl
Ketterer. would be asked to come to the
airport oa a monthly basis ft first.
Smoke Mould sniff cargo in the baggage/conveyor bolt area — tho part thai
U concealed from travelers.
"He wouldn't bo seen by people."
Regan said.
Customs agunt Tom Novak said two
. other police dogs in the Greater
Cleveland area ciiy be utilized along
with Smoka for random, occasional
cargo checks. Customs may arrange to
borrow the services of the Cuyahoca
County Sheriffs omen's canino unit
and the East Cleveland canine unit.
Richard Sieeel. customs agent, said
Customs would pay the dry for the
cacino handler's overtime, plus any
cash saimres found by Smoke would
be shared with the police department.
Siegol indicated seizures would have
to be put bock Into Improvements for
the department — "Tfou could use it for
equipment, dog food-." Stegel said.
Novak learned about the Avon Lake
police department's acquisition of
Stroke Ihrough The PRESS. An Avon
Lake resident. Novak said he wanted
bis community to benefit from this
opportunity.
Kstterer. who supports the extra airport duty, said Smoke can detect most
illegal drugs and continuously receives
high grades from test trials. Smoke has
several certifications.
"He detected burnt marijuana seeds
in a car ash tray from outside of the
vehicle." Ketterer said
Although he ii not certifu'd ta local..1
p«oplf. ho hii3 been very successful at
this laik as well. Ketlerer said Smalm
helped search a local industry after a
burglary was rspoited and completed
the search in 20 minute-s wherras the
search would haiie normally taken four
or five palrolruen up to two houis.
Customs agents indicated that information learned through dog searches
would be shared with other agencies
such as ihn Drug Enforcement Agency.
Smoke is net trained to detect expfosivts. Ketterer said.
If council were to approve the agreement. Siegel said Chief (David] Owad
would have the last word. Chief Owad
is ia favor of Smoke's periodical freelance assignment with Customs.
ROOMS
OF CARPET
W/PAD
TRUCKLOAD BUY!
7000 YDS
now $ |
Great Colors!
Up to 40 sq. yds.
Values ID S9.99sq.yi
CERAMIC
REMNANT
BLOWOUT!
in other business
9 Council discussed tho addition of
• 52-spacu parking lot .vound the eastern perimeter of Miller Road Park.
More parking Is needed to accommo
date increased usage and more use
anticipated alter the fishing plor is
built.
Councilman Greg Zilka contended
that tho newest parking lot proposal
detracts fmm the park setting because it
would oa;upy a great deal of green
space.
"Voj're basica).^- destroying the feel
of a lakeside parC" Zilka said. "We'll
sao tho tail end of can from one end to
the other. It'll look like a shopping center.'
Mayor Vines Urbin replied. "This is
the least harmful type of parking
arrangement to provide. The mayor
empathized with Zilka but stressed that
sacrifices must be made, saying park
attendance has steadily increased.
The latest parking lot revision was to
have been presented to Planning
Commission last night.
CARPET & TILE
LIQUIDATORS
HujidiEds to C&aose From
Is la caastam rantad with s a p p t a mills,
hi maaafectamtopcrctoseflooringat iamtJfliia
Wsfrcrin tnailua quantities and paw tin urinos catoJBQ!
Corns s « ital n hm to cfler! No fri
aininung $250. Prior sales
MMWMPIT FOOD MAHT COUPOW EXPIRES MIDNiGHTS/gOgC
Two 2 Utersjrf
FAYGO
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with purchase of $10.00 or more
of Chester Fried Chicken
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Gflt your family or your friends
together and plan la attand one of the
final throe perfcraiaaces of A Bad Year
> fur Tomatoes, 'currently playing at the
Old Flrehouw Theater. U you're looklag for tn evealog of fun to I&ka your
mind cGycur daily stres4«. or you just
vnnl ts gfft out of Iha houw on a spring
"^""'Ttg. (his IJ t t o plnr*i to go.
WacJo Hubbord plays a handyman who
has mat tfw lady of his dreams, and
comos a carting h ttw comedy A Bad
Year tor Tomatoes, axrertfy playing al
Tho Old Firohous* Theater.
Dreu casually, don't pay for parking,
buy a coffee or coto Irom the Girl
Scowls at intermi«ian and give your*
self a doui of laughter—which they say
is tho beat medicine. Meet a man who
wlls manure, ths Hospitality ladin. a
famous T.V. actreii. and a lady who
dabblej ii: the occult.
Final weekend lickali can b«
obtained from Eastern Star. 933-5693
for Friday. May 2-*. Saturday. May ZS is
spcmond by Gammc Rho. ana scats
niay be reserved by calling either 9333.HG or S33-6479. Tha Sunday maline*
am be purchased by calling Martha
Devotion Huntingtoa OAR Chapter,
9U3-4059.
Evening perfofmancca begin at 8 p-m.
a t d matinees a! 2:30 p-m. If you n«ed
asilitance with any oi iha aboro numbers, call 933-WW9.
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By Mary Swindell
II was a case of PJE & N
entering a n d tuippingj. A w o n u n
returned to h e r Forest Blvd. home
around 11:30 p.m. May 11. finding the
rear door of her house forced open and
parti of the doorjamb lipped off and
scattered on the floor.
Amid ihe debris was a pair of black
tennis shoes, the pattern on the soles
matching tho-ie of footprints found near
the door. Suspecting the burglar was
still in the house, she dialed 9-1-1.
Officers arrived ta the homeowner was
tailing to the dispatcher.
Police found Uie intruder passed out
on a bed In a n upstairs bedroom.
Awakened, lhe youth" appeared intoxicated. Police searched him and found a
knife with a seven-inch blade.
On the way to the station, the youth
was belligerent and agitated. As ho was
being booicd. ha saldhe was on probation few assault on an Elyrla polica officar.
The youth. 15. of Syria. show*d
signs of a rapid heartbeat and. with tho
consent of h i s mother, was taken to the
hospital for a medical evaluation.
AVON
LAKE
POLICE
BLOTTER
Mail-order porno
A 9S-vear-old woman has o w n the
target of persistent pomo-^apheis who
t*ep sanding her advertisements for
their wares- She first received an ad far
pornographic materials sen! by a company ia San Francisco. Disgusted, she
threw the ad awry. When she received
a second ad. she called police.
Facts are being reviewed by the city
prosecutor to determine whether the
mailings violate a state law banning the
pandering of obscenity.
An officer phoned tha company a n d
was told by a representative that the
woman's name would be taken off the
mailing list.
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Van-dalisin
A Beach wood D m * man fowid
slight dent in the roof of hi*
p
iisutfd 1991 Ford Aeroitai van. parked
in his driveway May 11- He sunnited
that the damage was made by saint?body walking on the rocf
Lights out
A care laker at AVQD Lake High School
found a siadiuni spotlight shot out on
Mav 14- The light W K on the east side
of the grandstand near the men's roomVandals apparently had aUo taken potshots at another light fixture at the
northeast corner of tha tDp of Ihe
stands, but enly the cover was damaged. The shcls were fired from a BB or
pellet gun. police Mid.
Near miss?
A m/m complained May 9 that he was
nearly hit by a neighbor's car as he was
mowing his lawn- The neighbor drove
up behind b i n as he was mowing along
the edge of the road, honked the horn
and nearly hit him, the man sdid. T h e
drive* also yelled something, but it
coi." Ui't be di*ce'n»d
over the ro&r of
the nictur. h-.1
The complainant wid he has be^n at
odd* with 101:10 neifthbor-s sinc«
when his wiS* aaked the ceighbors" chiidren not to play on their prof- ^|1J
erty. The prosecutor b rt"/iewicg the •
l l d incident.
Suds sighted
A custodian at Troy School found
several empty be^r cans and two full
ones on the lower roof next tc the gym.
this 03 May 13.
Animal alley
A Compass Cove resident summoned
the police the morning of May 15.
ttiinkinj; he had a squirrel in his chimney. It took two officers to extract the
creature, which proved to be a dudt.
A deer was reported loping arov**.d
Suns*t Drive near Electric Baulo-ard
the morning of May 12.
Plate pinched
A Vineyard Road m u noticed the
rear license pla'e of his 1987 Chevy
Suburban missing, this on May 9.
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wrttlud far $11,000 6 o a lite
company. Kiuupper said.
AVON LAXE ~ Tho Board of
Xuieppcr received a lelterfromattorUtilities baa found itself in the* middle ney Patrick Mackin. representing
of two recent legal matters: One Marine Contracting, which esied the
Inirohrea a ^ deteriorating Mwer outfall. board to pay the company's S5.000
end the other, complaints cf property deductible.
daman Irani blasting in the !»*»
Avon Lake Lara Director Geoffrey
Replacement ofasewe* outfall at the Smith responded. according to
end of Jay-mx Road resulted in a Uw- Kniepper. with a letter staling the consult filed by Daniel Ledan. 32316 Lake tract Marine Contracting Co. sijned
Rd~. who mnu adjacent property.
with the board specified tl i board
I-ecUn sued the contractor. Marine would be held harmless in any lawContracting of Lorain- for removing suits.
stone dekijj be used as fill to prevent
The board alio forwarded written
hiaa property from eroding,
erodi according to t-rtm-riinin^ JQ tk» COOtTtCtOt ftOin I S
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Kniepper.
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residents who claim their bouses were
The debris along city property v/as damaged from V^iipg of the lake Boor
reajored by M.irin« Contracting la which -His done ID I««I»H a new water
order to replace the sewer outfalL inlaka. The board received correspoo-
Risosfs Dakota
complex which includes a hot tub.
wading pool and tanning room — with
its own rilmafB control system. And
there'* » ttahogany back ftiTmrw
The kjtefaea Jjas two mlcrowwes.
two gw orem rod two nfrigeraXorx.
Tba aastar bath has a two-person
beacrl-«haped tab. and a two-person
XUOMBI TtalL
The) aecood-fioar p e « roon is pt»wired fix stneo surmmd soand as ii
&m pool «rma. Tha fml«>—A, bassnent
boasts u nanny/teen suits, plus an
"1da«l* anafara wi±a» cttkr
And {nst in case Rbon and his
ftaor—. Lba Lopaa — « swnbar of the
band -TLC-—bandied tbcb own lasndoart has a buiU-in
RfaoaV awl 7^pos M t in Janaarj.
W0H« said, cfiar tii* Brawns' seasoa
anoaid i* a dwAfa diMppoIntaiant of a
CondnuOd from pagw
g record and the team's toove to
Baltimore.
Although Browns £ans became disenc^ianted wim Rison after *:oth 1» and
the team fell short of eTCpfTtTitifmT.
Willis said. "He is a very ttkx and articulate person as is Lisa.
"He ts rerr misunderstood, and I
wish people had gottoknow him."
Before a late-season loss to Pittsburgh. Rison called himself a prisoner
at Cleveland Sladhxm. "Baltimore, bern
we com*." he was quoted as saying.
m dariEcation afterward, he said, "I
was pat saying donl tais it oat on tbe
pl*T"rL How should tbe players react
when wa don't hzn anything to do
with th* s o n ?
"Vfael kind of had because one of the
reasons I o u c to OvnUtaad was
became of the bns. bnt 1 «oeas I donl
batons.*
Jecce from Aliitate Bliitiog. Uie cooti»rtor. which laid no dam-eg* could
have occurred at the measured levels cf
vibration caused by the blaitiog.
according to Kniepper.
"Legally we dan"! have a lot of p o w «
to IOTCD the contractor 1o do anything."
Kniepper » i d . adding the board is
seeking legal advice oa the issue. "If
there is UgjtLnate datnaOT to our residents, we certainly wilTbelp any way
¥ra can."
In other business
• Qry Crmno! has increased workers compensation appropriations by
511.500 for tha water department and
S12JJO0farthe *ewtr department.
Knieppex
said
the Utilities
Department has hat! Twy £ew claims,
and be will aal the nr«ru-» director fat
a breakdown of dtims to see why tha
appjupi iations have increased. In the
past, the appropriations were based on
1.8 percent of payroll. With
increase, the appropriation
lo 2-8 percent.
• New water meiers that can be read
using radio signal* are expected to
arrive within three weeks. Tha 84
meters cost 5155 each and will inilitlly
be Installed while homes a n being
built
• North Point Drive, will bars it)
1.500 foot combined sanitary stem
sewer separated by the eud of the yeat
A sanitary sewer will be coostmcted
and the existing sewer used as astana
sewet The engineering department D V
which Kniepper opposed.
"Th* sewer funds a n ati tsida spacttically Bx
separating svwers.' Xak&jmt
said. "I t h ' n ^ it's juu wasting mousy," ;
Kniepper said the dry wiE go natati
with the replacezaent bot has Jonas' ancther soarce of fondingforti.
- Cartirvd *OD flag* f.-,
resurfaced, he s a i l "The roads axe in
such poor shape, we anld start anywhere."
Tbe council meeting was coodnrtnd
by mfmbos of i t e senior das* from
Rrookaide High SchocJ who were asminated and elected by fellow class
members. Tbe meeting wus fueled by
whisperad directives from council
monibws. Home-batad goods prepared
by CDoncil members treated students
and goexts after tbe meeting.
Mayor Gary Mingee thanked tnacher
Gens TtMkr bx tbe opportunity for
dry nSKrimU to work w i n the governBJent dasaea. Each stodent read the corrBspondlng reportfarhis job title.
In ottw business
Thara- was a ErsJ reading to repeal
TaSB towers trouble Avon
the ordinance requiring a 5400
far rescue squid services ferno
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• A liquor Itamw* was
from Harborstone Inn, m e k> Qai &>
Msrkou doing business as Gma-ao-tinVJ;
Lake.
•.Arnold Lerin. 5555
askad to boy piopeitlas owned ay/.i
dry on Tennyson Arsu
Akroeda and Oakwood
Hawthcrae. Ha said bm would saCG
propexties £or
according to Planning Crwadai
mtmrtaa. Tba raqnatt w w daalit&
tbsTaxmyioopropartybacsBWdBf
is raarnd Sar dxaiaapf p
otbar pjocs of proparty Ul
remand farther infcrmatkE t o t i
balldiaf
o n d t o v n in m rhanci* from what ana. AT&T is propod^ lliwe tomrc era at tbe C£l
h was gaing to r*»*«i4tT proparty on Detroit Kd- one at Kazax's Floral
the dry. it was for one Gramhoosa on DetroU Rd. and ana on a MHL> Road
Jlh
tfoaw and craws and to
w»d avatars,
Onryon>oftboa»kirark30i,aCgsRoad.Istodpstrilg d
* * . CBim m adaarity
with AT»T in placing aL Coondl wanted AT&T to End otbar i«nfifmt In b
be
located
everyfew miles across
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i, Ohio.
11 ,w f f anil !—• n h f m i i n irani biif n i f a i — u l a f l i m fpiwi
Smm th* towan k mfawwattaaa lovals. the signal
h
said lid bacauaa tba ma'jtm'tiy of the wvtt
i saat davaetoSmrrnOes.l b aarra the Aran rid»rftnec^J»rwidamtial.aodmQrtoftbe'Tdmtri^J»rwidamtialaodmrtftb'di
Ohio.
al locations a n Bortlt of f-90. no otber locations coold
Cocaol Praaident Ed KryitowiAI said
bt soaad.
as *oQaosrnL B
I low* vac, special us* permits a n roquirad to build
Gmrnrirman John Eldnd said otbar dtia*
tba towns hi r«ri*Witt«i «r—;f"^n>fi1 will votaca the Tkad
in infhmrial areas and that AT»T
permitfartha O 3 tower at its Tuesday. Muy 28 meet- as in faMsiry
be middle to mala up A s diSanBCB."
Ins. If cooadl daniaa the special us* permit. AT»T and
^ C o o p w . an engine*farAT»T. said the plasi
CEI i rWlflwi by PCC ragnlatiom to find anouW
riwaJgnedtoIncorporate aa
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Th» otber two towers are cuerantly befara Plannfaajs in
toconrplata the paUarn."
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A*on Laka's two l o n n a n located o o o H o t l
wbori ATftT wantstorant specsfarone of tbe towerx. smoke
stacks at the CEI plant and on tha wa
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lephrculng of the levy, g
. wi]f STTCM iht't the proposed 1.8
niill levy ai.'flplv replaces the current
-9a mills, and adds .82 rnUli. At 1.8
mills, yearly revenue from a S10O.OGO
home world be 355.13.
The new library has experienced a 30
percent increase in awga of meeting
rooms and an 8G percent increase in
computer UUPQ in the past four month*
compared i.o Die same time period last
year, according to Riggle.
"Thft huge diffBrenco would be In services." Higgle continued, stating that
staff, prognimming and access would
suffer if the levy is nol pasted.
The Board of Education also voted to
placo lbs rsnawal of Its 1.5 mill perma-
AVON LAKE - T&s August ihB
library will male a accent! attempt to
iJais en operating tov> which would
brmg in SSG4.0OQ per year far the next
five years. Tun Board of Education, acting as d e a l agent for the Library, voted
to rwubmit the 1.8 mill levy to the votary b«it this Unie tha levy ij phrased
differently.
Tie levy accounVi iox were th*m half
oT the library* excuses, accenting to
Judy Riggle. library director. The
library > /pirrently operating on a .58
^ U l t o ' y -hich expire* In December.
T h i s Is Bl percant of our budgel."
Riggla said. -This is critical."
neat uauruvi'cu'n! levy en the August
ballot. The current 1.5 mill levy expires
in D^cauibcr.
The renewal levy would generate
nearly 3*60.000 p^r yrm far the ce.xt
fivo years, according to Clayton Dusek.
superintendent. The owner of a
S100.000 home would continue to pay
less than 550 per yean since this is a
renewal, there would be no increase tn
taxes.
"These kinds of tax issues receive ihe
greatest amount of SUCCESS across the
sltte." Dusek said, pointing to the
restricted nature of permanent
improvement funds.
Nloney generated by this levy could
be used only for repairs and renova-
lions, school buses, equipment and
other Im^ibls items. Dus«k said.
SpiJciCcally. the fundi can be used
only on itauu that ere expected tD List
roor«j than five yedrs. Perraanunt
improvement levy rnoaey cannot be
used for payroll, he added.
The most recent permanent improvement purchases were two school buses
l<utJ.larchfaioS4
Ousflk hopes tha board can purchase
twe buses each year with levy funds, as
*vell as maintuin building and purchase equipment for the scnoolt.
The board Is still contemplating tiie
tJturn of the 3.9 mill operating U/vy
^hal failed March 19. but if memberi
decide to i»ffiin offer it to votsri. It
would be 1
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CLEVELAND — Although the
Metroparla South Chagrin Reaorvaticn
ray be far away for many dogs and
«*ir owners, the Animal Protective
Laagua of Cleveland is nuiVing e wid*•pfwd call for action lo prevent animal
neglect and craeliv.
Tha < non-govflnuncnt. non-pxolit
Animal Pzottdiv-e league is «pon*aring
the Bfih annual DM Deril Dog Walk on
Saturday. Jm» 1. TTie ovent will raise
isooav.ur tha APLi «pay/nrutex progrvn. iauwaX placamexU tsrvkai and
c&rs for ocpnuisd aninials.
today by
ar>d Only
771-
461B. so you "*n begin collecting donations from your sponsors. When you
register with, your dog an Saturday,
lone 1 at 8:30 t TP • please him in your
daaatioo/walker envulope. All checks
must ba made payable to the Animal
Protective Leeguu (APLVDog Walk • « .
Plnasa have donations In check form
to ensure the direct deposit ofcontrfbuUoss.
ChecHn begins At 8 JO a-m.. and the
w»li starts at &20 a_-o. All participants
should- wear comfLTtable clothins.
Please wear comfortable shoes and
dress approoriataly tor the westbez. Be
sure yott andyvur dog can rnaks the 6J
mile walk through the South Chagrin
SERVING AfU
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of
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Cleveland
Metmparks,
Please do not bring dogs that need to
be muzzled. All dogs mui* be on leashex Dogs arc welcome but NOT required
to participate. All participants will
receive goodie bogs and relmhmenls
after the walk. Additional prizes for
registered walkers and their dogs will
be awarded tor owner/pet look-alikes,
silly" pet tricks and frUbec toss.
Goal achievement awards will be
given for mega-donations. Those who
<Bi» S250-plus will be entared into a
drawing for a trip to Las Vegas including a hotel and airline packtge. donat-
ed by Waifx Travel and Funjet
Vacations. All registartd partldr-ants
will be eligibli to win gift cerUfioUfis to
Flnast Supermarkets valued efi MOO
each.
ft you'd tiko to donate ctily~
and cannot participate tn the walk,
please call the APL at 7n-4B16. «nd
APL personnel will assign a dog to
walk for you- For directionj to the
South Chagrin Resevrjjion. call 771A 616. Random tjonr£jzni can be mailed
to the APL at 1729 Willey
Qereland. 441 l i .
Get your tal) moving.
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AAA-Ohio Motorists Associ?i>on r&csivod requests for an estimated 40.000
Cleveland Indians tidurts, about three tmes the amount availaWe to members
through a special ofler. Avon LaJco resident. Jofin HerriDco. AAA-Ohio Motorists
Association director of marketing, poncters the task of tiffing those requeSa.
Current AAA members wore abie to purchase a limited number of tickets to select-1
ed Cleveland Inctans games this summer. The only way tickets could bo ordered
was with a coupon °g\ the May issue of The Ohic Motorist, the official AAA publication in Northeast Ohio.
and Best WishestoOUT patients & Wends from
Or. Douglas W. Voters, D.D.S.
and staff
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On World Red Crow Dcy. May a. the
American Rsd Crow Lonls County
Chapter bald Its annual volunteer
recognition. The numerous voltinlwns
who pxoride community servlca
through ths chapter vrero recogxiized
for their help, tha combined total of
time volunteered w u over 40,000
hours.
Tha event was held at DeLuca's Place
inthaPaifc.
Ssroral aro« volunteerj were rocognln»d lor their many yean of servicn.
Induded for five yems werer David
HeOln. Sheffield Lake: and Todd Willa.
Avon. Twenty years of service was John
Brain. Avon.
In the l*st year, volunteers provided
services to 49 families that have been
helped by Disaster Services: 2.500 families received smoke detnetors: 3Z5
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Memorial Day
schedule
Avon Lule's Memorial Day parada 1*.
bfling sponsored by tha American
Legion. Post 211. and tho dry of Avon
Lake.
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The following Is a schedule of events:
8 tun. - Flag ceremony at American
Legion Hall. Walker Rd.
8:30 a.m_ - People will assemble at
Route 63 and Lake Rood.
8:45 a j n . - March across tha street to
ths Old Cemetery.
OIL CHANGE SPECIAL
foCDrX'OitamgB
families that had emergency cocimxwlcations
through
Militaxy/Sorf*i
Services; 12,300 people paxticipatBd In
CPR/First Aid courses; 370 peoplt
received help with tbeir pxoscrrpaaa
drug program; and 1.296 trip* *tr»
been provided tn the Oeveliind medical facilities. TLes« serricM are funded by the United Way of Greater Laaht
County,fcruidatioQS.grants and public
contri£utim.
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Newrwoethy items for this column
may be tent to 701 Zeailrrorth An,.
Sheffield Lake. OH 440S4-1232 or call
94&273G, You con also fax me at this
number or send e-mail to rhfen'
tsrplQaoJ.com. All information must
be revived by noon on the Wednesday
prior to the next edition.
Boostvi. On May 28 the Brookside
High School and Sheffield Middle
School Athletic Boosters will meet at
the high school In the library. At the 7
pjZL meeting an election of officers will
take place. Nominations will be accepted from the floor for thbse positions.
All members am encouraged to attend.
French Creek Nature Center. Today
U lh» final day to pre-rBfdster for the
William Mather bus trip leaving from
the center. The event to ma thU ship
that worked the Crea! Lakes for 55
years will start at 10 ion. May 29 and
finish at ZJO njn. Space Is limited so
call tiui Park District Office promptly at
453-5121 or 1-aOO-LCM-PARK to secure
your reservation. There will be a charge
fore participants as follows: adults S5.
seniors S4. children five to IB. $3.
May 23. Ths Spring Art Show running through June 2 will announce the
winners of the various categories of the
show on this date. Participants and
interested Individuals are encouraged
to attend.
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May 20. Participate in a wetland
walk on the canter's surrounding frails.
The moderate hike happens from 1 to
2:30 p-m. and will focus on a search for
woodland pools, wet meadows and
their inhabitants. If you dodde to join
the hike, you are encouraged to wear
boots.
May 77. Take a wildflower bike In
the area around the park facility from 1
to 3 p-m.
0 aan. - Services at tha Old Cemetery
on lake Rd. Public Is Invi^td to attend.
9-.30 BML • Those participating in tho
parada aro to assembla at the Avon Laka
high School parking loL
10 i r a . - Panda will Ieavs the high
school pwkiag lot and march south on
Avon Belden to Clenvlew Dr., turn west
onto GTenvIew and proceed to Electric
Blvd., turn east on Electric to Avon
BoldeiL The parnda will than march
north on Avon Belden to Lake Road.
The bulk of the parade will "break up"
In front of the Old Flrehouje (Civic
Center) parking lot on Avon Belden.
Thtt parada Color Guard dignitary.
automobiles and the Avon Laka band
will continue across Lake Road to the
park. The public Is invited to tralk
Across Laka Road into Memorial pork
for Memorial Day ceremonies.
Organizations or individuals who
Intend to be in ths parada should contact the Panda Committee byfillingout
the coupon below and mailing it as
soon as possible or call the American
Legion at 033-6Q9S.
ORGANIZATION.
CONTACT
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FLOAT
ANIMALS.
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O n Aprfl 1 3 Avon LaXa youth, a g e s 11 to 1 6 years, participated in a n aB-day Smart-Sitter c l a s s . T h e d a s s covered babysitting techniques, g r o w t h a n d
.. ' envelopment o* U m t s through s c h o o l a g e chSdren. basic first aid plus choking a n d rescue brealhing and fira saiety. T h e d a s s w a s taught by Sharon » < 5 ™ x r g ,
pediatrfc nurse a n d CPU instructor, a n d Ondi Danstzen, fuS-iime chfld care prwidor. Each student lecohreO a n inlorrnaticn folder to take to babysrtang jobs pJus a
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D u otoa n ovsrwne* Tiing r e s p o n s e to the first d a a s , u s e c o n d d a s s wffl ba heW o n J u n e 1 at Avon L a t e Presbyterian Church from 9 a-m. unt2 4 p j n . T h e
cias3feels$17.
» you are Wwested in the weaning Smart-Sittar dass, please caH Sharon at 933-9264 or CirxS at 933-6448 to regeafif.
Graduaios c< the Snwrt-«m«r class wffl be afic^btetoregistartor a CPR class w h ^
22 and wriB cos! $12,
Slxwrn at left am Krteten I^VasaW. Heainer Garte a«1 A ^ Dansban as they team
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Woznlak said.
Sbo explained that lower levol memAVON LAKE — Councilman Greg
Zilka is quoslionod iho need for tho berships receive a news brief of
changes in the cablo industry, but highcablo departmont to spend 52.500 a
year for membership in tho Alliance for er love! members receive casa law.
Community Media organization. Lowor
which she has referred to for cablo
level memberships ait] available for
operation purposw.
S500.
"With Iho now telecommunications
bill, there are so many changes,"
The S2.500 was budgtitod and comes
out of the cablo fund which is financed Woznlak said. Many Issues are being
by cablo subscription franchise fees.
hoard before the FCC (Federal
Membership in tha organization was Communications Commiision) — there
approved by the Avon Lake Cable Is a total deregulation of the industry.
Advisor)' Commission.
Law Director Geoff Smith said tharo
Nancy Woznlak. cable access manag- ore times when he has had to seek other
er, said tha organization b very "hands- sources to research cable Issues, and
on," and she has spent hours with ACM
some of those sources havti Included
officials on the telephone for consulta- information Wozalak has provided to
tion,
him.
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AVON LAKE — Kmlz Brothers
> Development Manager Ed Janesz
5 assured Gty Council Lhat odor coming
o* from iho composting silo proposed for
uj the area behind tha city's service garage
£ couH bo kept under control.
w Kurtz wants to sol up a composting
P operation on thrw acres, eventually
expanding tha slto to 11 acres. Law
Director Geoff Smith bad to research
whether tho city needed to accept bids
on composting sile companies prior to
entering Into a leaso agreement with
Kurtz.
Mayor Vlnce Urbin said Smith determined that seeking bids was unnecessary because Kurtz would be providing
a public service.
Jancss said, through modern tuchniques. [ruqueut air circulation and
proper management, tho opoiution
would not gonerati an unbearablo odor.
In return for Kurtz's operation. Avon
Lake would not have to pay u contractor to haul away yard waste as the city
did last year. In 1995. it cost 59.500 to
have yard waste hauled away.
In addition, grant money obtained
through the Lorain County Solid Waste
District could be used for other recycling programs and iruprovements, laid
Service Director Tom Leschor.
Grant money could be used for blue
bags, and possibly for dear bags designated for yard waste. Pending council
consideration, dear bags may be distributed to senior citizens thanks to the
grant.
DIscoveryWorks dosed May 28-31
AVON LAKE — Tho TJiscoveryWorks center for children, located in the Avon
Lake Library, will be closed for spring cleaning May 28 through May 31. The center will xe-open on Saturday, June 1 at noon with a "spruced up" look and some
new exhibits including the magnilicont, now playloft-
Jenne to get 50% abatement
AVON — The Jenno Company, a wholesale distributor of telephones, may build
a 30,000 square-foot facility at tho corner of Lear Nagel and Chester Roads. Last
week. Avon City Council approved Jenne's roqucst for tax abatement for 10 years
should the company move to Avon.
Jenne, which has been in Wastlako for 1* years, may choose to relocate lo
Pittsburgh, CT Wsstlake could rezone property to accommodate the company's
needs for B larger quarters.
But In case Jenne chooses Avon. Council has already voted 6-0 (Councilman Mlko
McDoacugh was absent) for 50 percent tax abatement
If Avoo gets the nod. a written abatement contract must be assembled between the
company and Avon, and the agmmant must be approved by Lorain County and the
Slats of Ohio.
Tho Cuyahcga Heights-based Kurtz
operation approached Avun Lake about
a composting site three years ago,
Janasz said, noting tho rapid growth of
both Avon Laku and Avon. H» said
Avon LaVo Is a strategic location for a
composting sito. Eventually, tho site
would accept yard was la from other
cities, but First, tho operation will locus
on Avon Lake exclusively.
Kurtr also operates composting sites
in North Royalton. on Rocksida Kd.. In
WIckliffe and in Marion. Ohio. Tho
company turns compost into top soil,
mulch and other yard maturials.
Residents would be able to deposit
their yard waste at no cost to them,
upon showing proof of Avon Lake residency. They could also obtain recycled
yard materials from tho site such as
mulch, woodchips and soil, but Janesz
sold Kurtz would charge a minimum
fee Tor large amounts of these products.
Councilman Michael Yurmanovich
said ho was concerned about tho sepa-
is
The month of Juno has been designated "National Myasthonla Gravls
Awareness Month" by the national
Myasthsnia Grvvls Foundation, Inc. in
Chicago. Myasthenia Gravis U a nouromuscular autoimmune disease that
manifests Itself with varying degrees of
muscle weakness. The disease affects
more than 100,000 people nationwide,
and UIOTB is no cure.
The Ohio chapter, located in Onion.
Ohio. Is the only volunteer haaith
agency dedicated solely to the fight
against MG. through funds for research.
education, information and patient tarvices.
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and those who work for tho city.
Leschor and Mayor Urbin said city
employees would bring tho yard waste
to tho composting sito. A city employee
operating a front end loader would
transport leaves, branches and brush
diiectly to tho situ, and this would only
be done- during leaf and brush pickup
season. Managing tho site would bo
Kurtz's responsibility.
Councilman John Wozniak wanted to
know if there has been an odor problem
at the Rockside Road facility.
Janesz said. "Absolutely." adding that
practices havo been changed to correct
the problem such as using different
bulking agents and different equipment
Janesz stressed tho educational
opportunities available with a composting site. He said Kurtz could set up a
recycling lab and teach students exactly how materials are broken down,
mixed and recycled.
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school system are retiring at the end of tho school
yoar. Together, they havo 150 years of experience in
education and 132 years within the S-SL school system. The fivo were roasted and treated to a banquet at
Amber Oaks last week. They induda (back row) Judy
Kuenzel, 2nd grade teacher at Tennyson, 29 years;
Marilee Westcott, speech pathologist. 30 years. Front
row: Tom Traut, 5th grade teacher at Forestlawn. 30
years: Ann Grattan, teacher for gifted students. 29
years; Bettina Van Buren. secretary, 15 years. PRSSS
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• Throo-week course for 9th and 10th grade physical education (1st session) - June 12 through July 3.
Cost is 576. 8 a.m. to noon.
• The second session of physical education for 9th
and 10th graders will be held July 8 through July 25.
Hours are 8 ajn. to noon. Cost is S78.
Physical education courses will include off-campus
CITY SCHOOLS
activities probably twice a week. Transportation for
these activities is ths student's responsibility and may
have a fee of 55 each. The activities may include golf,
Summer school conita ofbrisn. The following swimming, biking, bowling and fishing. The course
courses are being offered during the summer by the will fulfill requirements for 1/4 credit.
Sheffield-Sheffield Lais school district:
• One-week course in Computers far Beginners for
• Four-w«ek course for middle school students 4th. 5th and 6th graders, June 12-18, 8 aun. to noon.
(•trasses proficiency far sixth-graders}. )una 12 Cost is $35.
through July 12, Cost is 395. 6 a.m. to noon.
• Four-wsek courseforthe proficiency test June 17
through July 16, 8 a-m. to noon. Cost is $100 plus $7
SHEFFIELD
SHEFFIELD LAKE
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SELECTION
for the citizenship workbook.
• One-week course in Reading Recovery, possibly
2^3 weeks. For grades 1.2 and 3. June 12-18. 8 a.m. to
noon. Cost is S35.
SU-wiek courses in math, science and English are
scheduled June 12 though July 26 from 8 a.m. to noon.
Cost is S135. Call Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Schools for
more information at 049-4223 or 049-4228.
Out-of-district students: Add $15 to the course fee.
Checks should be made out to Sheffield-Sheffield Lake
City Schools. Attendance: Students may not miss more
than two days of school, and only two tardies will be
excused.
Pro5dency test: Teats will be given immediately at
the end of the course.
No refunds will be given for non-attendance or for
disciplinary removal afler June ? 1.
Jewelers - Retail, page 86
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Since her ad made the Pages, Joan's Jewelry Joint
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the Yellow ftiges. Ift their first impression, and your first chance to stand out
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Continued from pago J
Junta to diL-cV. their vvalur U'forw washing any dollies.
Tho Avon LaVe UusUicsa Association
IALBA) Golf Outing Li just around ihu
corner. Tho 199G bust ball event is sut
for Friday. Juno 7, et Sweslhriar Calf
Course. Tho cost H $45 per person
which includes golf. cart, lunch, dinner, bovornges and. of course, prizes.
Tee-offa start at noon with dinner
served at C p.m. Call 933-2775 today to
reserve your tee time, or ALBA members ire urgiid to send in the registration form thoy received a fevt weeks
back.
Another reminder! The 11th Annual
Howard j . Wakefiald Memorial Golf
Tournament will be hold Sunday. June
9 ot Sweetbriar Golf Course. This fun
event is sponsored by tho Avon Lake
attorney - at - low
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2217 WKTEK1A WAY • AVON
Sports Hall of Fjrr.e and i% ono of iu
mdjor funciraijun.
TIUJ coit for the da>- will be $55
which includr.'s grucn IWs. cart, lunch.
dinner, bay tag and lots of prizes. To
entur. call 933-5J64 days or 933-CG30
ovunlngs and weekends.
PRESS Golf Scramble Sold out! Well,
not quite, but with only four roursomu
openJr.gs left out of 44.1 suspect the 7lh
Annual PRESS Golf Scromblo will be
filled by this weekend.
If you're waiting for your group to
mate up their mind, I suggest those
interested golfers get tholr entry form
and feo to The PRESS located at 158
Lear Rd. today. Last year's event sold
out by Juno 15. We nave lots of fun
planned for the day so don't got shut
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By Mary Swindell
llOUSt.'.
AVON — Two building contractors
havo reported tha Ihefl of lumber from
sites where homea are under construction. On May IS, Dennett Builders told
pollca S2.QOO worth ollumber had been
stolon from a building aita on Laurel
Way. The day boforo. the Kugler
Construction Company reported that
more than 250 board* and planks were
stolen from a sitn on Perecrina Drive
whan the company is building nouses.
Fl^ther report
A dellverywoman complained that a
resident of the Ncrthgate area exposed
himself to her et his home May 0. This
was the second time ha had done this,
tho first being on April 23, the woman
told polka. The suspect entered a plea
of not guilty in Avon Lake Municipal
Court May 14. A trial dale was set
CallanlD'd
Rapresentativw of Beys Town USA
In Omaha. Neh^ told police May 10 that
they had gotten a phona calf from a
local red dint ailing that young boys be
aent to aperty the caller vraa having.
Boys Town haa callor ID and gave
polka the phono number. Tha number
was tracvd to a home in Sheffield
Village, and Information was g i n s to
that city*! pcUca department.
AVON
Front-end damage
A report of a whits sports car with
heavy iront-end damaga on N. Doovy's
Stroat May 12 brought an officer over
lor a lock-see. Thw drivor, a woman visiting from Phoenix. Ariz., said she had
struck a deer that morning.
POLICE
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a beagle and yellow shopbeid were
rooting around on his lawn and ream*
ing the neighborhood.
A motorist bit a mailbox on Stonoy
Ridge Rd. after ho swerved to avoid hitting a dog that had run into the street.
thU on May 15 at about 10:30 pjn. The
honest motorist reported this to police
and said he would pay for any dam*
riii mi
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Do you have an estate plan that;
a) - distributes your property
according to your wishes,
b)
avoids probate whenever
appropriate, and
c)
minimizes or eliminates death
taxes?
Expkurra attnatiana
Several residents of Lake Dr. reported
hearing two loud gunshots or explosions May 13 at about 10:40 p-ra. Polic*
scoped out the area but were unable to
locata the source of the noise.
Employees of the Hill'jest Driving
Range complained of somebody firing a
gun nearby, this on May 12 at about
1230 pan. A nun across the ctreet was
advised to put his firearm away.
To ensure that you do, cali Jay C Marde to have
your plan reviewed or prepared at (216) 933-3231.
Du&aitic dlapvta
GffilcBTS tpad to tha BP itation on
Cnlmnhta Rd. May 12 ihorthr after 4
u n . on report! that a man haa struck a
. woman aowml times. The situation
ixtvohrod a mazrisd ccapla from Valley
Vtwr. Ohio, who had gottantoto an
wyniMint at tha gasrtatioo/Tfaehnsdis
ed the
A Detroit Kd.
fcaad. Spencar Mnnrny, was chained
morning of May 12 that somebody had
with domtctic violence and was found made off with her wicker porch furniguilty aftar plaadlng no conlast in Avon
ture overnight.
Lake Municipal Conxrt last week.
Probs-ing photographer
A Lorie Boulevard woman was upset
fJrJv* man beef 3d May 15 that May 11 when the spotted a woman in a
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An officer followed an elderly
woman to a gas station at Bradley and
Detroit 'he night ot May 13 to make
sure sha got there ail right. The
woman's car was on tho verge of running out of gas.
A woman May 10 wondered what to
do about her next-door neighbor who
Swearing oat
A father and daughter were walking
tha family dog on Nagel Road May 14 at
about 8:45 pjn. when a car pulled over,
a man got out and started cussing him.
Police tracked the motorist down and
gave him a warning.
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110 Moore Road
P.O. Box 210
Avon Lake, Ohio, 44012-0210
FAX
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32C49 Eectrfc: BhnL, Area Labs
Memorial Day Holiday: Library will
be d o s e d Monday, May 27, for
Memorial Day.
Diacorery Worioi will be closed May
2S thru May 31 for Spring Cleaning.
ALHS Hcim improwfmntM
CUtss Bu&tt* Pfsyspaco
Thirteen students of Scott Dickson's
Hotna Improvements class built a twostory playspace at the high school,
which
iHey
reassembled
la
DlscoveryWorks this past week. PUns
according to safety codes were drawn
by Matt Petty*, student axchitscL Nate
Ebaer. Roger Ehnar, Jason pi<«nTnBTi|
Jason Forbes. Bill Fusek. Joe Kolsnky,
BUI Sherman. Sam Laldly. Matt
Leschnr. Brian Nagy. Matt Rah. Josh
Ki-h^Vnr mnr) Matt Schxifl oonstructod
th» 8*xlB* space. learning to use tools,
fallow blueprints, problem-solve, and
weal: cooperatively. Student! have been
to enthusiastic about sharing their project that they have been working
through their lunch periods axtd on
their tree time to compiata the project.
TV 7km Off Wat*
"The night before we tamed off the
TVwonaaa a list of things we could
do instead of watch TV. It seemed like a
Christmas list it was to long! Some of
tha things we did were: rode bikes,
played Parched, helped mom grocery
shop, -played Tangoes, read books,
maoe homemade bread, took old paint
can* to the Household Hazardous
Watta. collection, went to the story*
tellers program at tho Avon laJto
Library, went to the Hexb Fair at Mill
Hollow and played at DtscoveryWorlts.
I thought U was okay at the beginning vt
the week but by tho end 1 w u missing
Scooby Doo. It was very fun. I'd like to
do It again next year." Kim Riddle.
Others reported visiting friends or
grandma, listening to music, reading,
writing poetry, thinking, playing ball,
helping mom. going to the library, playIng with a pet guinea pig, aad making a
brother a birthday present.
Avon Public Library
37483 Harvest Dr., Avon
• 934-4743
Babysitting clinic scheduled
A Rod Cross Babysitting Clinic will
be held at the Avon Branch Library.
Saturdays. June 1 and June 8 from 10
a.m. to 2 pjn. You must be at least 11
years old to attend.
The clinic will be lad by a Red Cross
trained teacher. Upon completion of
the clinic, participants will receive a
certificate from the Red Cross.
Pro-r*gi3tratian is required. A S15 fee
must be paid at the time of registration.
Register at the Avon Branch I tbrary.
374SS Harvest Dr.. Avon. For more
information, call the library at 9344743.
Domonkas Public
Library
4123 E. Lake Kd.
• M&-7410
Nowa from tho library
Summer U jus! mound tbo corner and
we are onco esain gulling ready for our
summer reading program, Racu Into
Surrjner Adventure, which begins Juno
10 and ends Aug. 10.
Thia program is open to preschool
and school-ago children through grade
5. Children who BTB too young to be
ablo to read by themselves may Join if
an older brother or sister, parent, grandparent, or caregiver it willing to read to
them. Children read in 15-minuta segments to earn great prizes all summer
long!
Levy Updsta
Volunteers lire lUll notided for the
Dodonkas Library's replacement IBVV
campaign. Tho levy will bo on tha ballot, Aug. 0- A lovy committee headed
by Nonn Herrick and Sandra Jenacn is
already working, and welcomes new
members. Volunteers exe needed for
various levy activities, such as phona
calling, levy promotions, and distributing yard signs. Call the Domonkaj
Library to see how you can get
involved, and to find out the time and
date oftha ntot meeting. O i l 049-7410.
Upcoming programs
Computer orientations are scheduled
on Thursday, May 23 and Thursday.
June 13 at7 pjn. for third graders
through adults. Pre-registration is not
required. You only need to attend oca
session in order to book time on one of
the library's computers.
The summer session of our Preschool
Story Program, for children ages 3
through 5. begins on Tuesday. June 11
at 2 p-m. and continues through Aug. 8.
Pre-regLstration Is required.
On Wednesday. June 12 at 3 pja-. a
naturalist from the I.nnl" County
Metroparks will present a program
about common nni^ilt of the area. Preregirtration is not required to attend
this pjogram.
Domonkas Library is open on
Monday. 12 pjn. through 8:30 pjn.,
Tuesday. 10 a.m. thru 8:30 pjn.,
Wednesday. 12 pjn. through 8:30 pjn..
Thursday. 12 pjn. through 8:30 pjn..
Friday, 10 a.m. through 6 pjn.. and
Saturday. 10 a.m. through 6 p jn. We are
dosed on Sundays. Wo are also closed
on Saturdays in June. July and August.
Whafs new at Domonkas
Some nsw non-fiction books that
have crrived recently include Joan
Lunden's Healthy Cooking: Angela
Lansbury: A Life on Stage and Screen
by Rob Edeiman; Forbidden Archaeology by Michael Cromo; Home CooJdn'
with Dave's Mom by David Letterman's
mother. Dorothy, and Microsoft Secrets
by Michael Cosumano.
New fiction titles inciiiri* Iced by
Carol Higglns dark; Timepiece by
Richard Paul Evans: Knignts or Linda
Lael Miller: Claudia's Shadow by
Charlotte Vale Allen: The Prophetess by
Barbara Wood; and In Heaves as on
Earth: a Vision of the Afterlife by M.
Scott Peck. MJ).
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Library hours
Branch librarian to retire
Mary Elizabeth Schoher. who has
served as branch librarian for the
Domonkas Branch for I t years. Is retiring this June. During hex tenure, tho
has implemented many significant
changes at the Domonkas Branch, such
as the renovation of the existing facility, development of an outstanding book
collection, and the lTnp1fnTrantflffrn of
the devNot automated djculnticn system. Her expertise, leadership, and talent will be greatly missed. Good lock
on your retirenwnt. Mary Elizabeth!
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Shoremen pitcher Brian Pottrone is about to fire a strike pas* a Bay batler in Avon
Lake's 5-3 loss May 13. The sophomore pitched well, but ran into trouble in the
seventh inning, and was uftimalety tagged with the loss.
Avon Lake's Tim Guenther awaits the arrival ol a pitch in the Shoremen'stossto
Southwestern Conference rival Bay Village. PRESS pfseto* — D*v*rf Brandt
First pitch
Susan KSgora of Avon Laics High SchooTs Future Business Leaders of America
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wfth the Detroit Tigers. The tribe tumbled over the Tigers 5-2 during Avon Lake
Night at Jacobs Hekt PRESS photo — Dmvkt Brandt
AL Tennis Lessons
AVON LAKE — The Recreation Department Is offering tennis lessons on Tuesday. Wednesday and
Thursday beginning June 18.
For igM six through 12. the class foe is SIS per session. Sessionl tekehplacs June 18-27.Sesslon2is July
9-18. Session 3 is July 23-Aug. 1.
Sessions far those ages 13 through adult a n as follows: Session 1 - June 18-Joly 3. Session 2 It July 9Aug. 1. The &M is 525 per session.
Registration forms can be obtained at the Old
Flrehouse Monday through Thursday, £rom 10 a.m. to
2 pjn.1 and on Friday from noon to 4 p.m. For more
details, call 93CM130.
SSL Athletic Physicals
SHEFFIELD VILLAGE — Athletic physicals for the
1996-97 school your in ihe Sheffield-Sheffield Lake
School District will bejdven at Brookslde High School
Wednesday. May 22. This is the only date physicals
will bo administered.
Physicals for 7th and 8th graders will start at 8 p m.:
9th and 10th graders. 6:30 pjn.; 11th grade. 7 p.m.; and
12th grade. 7:30 p.m.
Tri-CIty Family Medicine will provide the exams at
a cost of 910 per student. Pay by cash or check with
chocks made out to Brookslde High School.
Thefrontside of all physical cards must be completed IN INK before the exam. A parent s or guardian's
signature is required.
* No one may begin practice until the comploted
OHSAA physical card Is accepted. Physical exams are
good for one year.
For man details, call Gary Bierly at 949-4242 or 2840009.
Avon Boys Basketball Camp
AVON — A basketball camp open lo all boys ia
in
grades S, 6.7 and 8 Is scheduled for June 10-13. The foe
is $45 per* camper, and the deadline lo register is Juno
Cut Down
Shoremen catcher Dustin Koch puts the tag on a Rocket runner at the plate during Bay's 5-3 victory over the Shoremen May 13. PRESS photo — D * v t d 8 n m f t
1. Avon boys varsity basketball coach Dave Kudala is
organizing the camp. To register, call Coach Kudela at
988-7811.
Women's Golf Association
AVON LAKE — The results of league play for
Tuesday. May 7 are fallows:
Class AA • Low gross, low not and play of the day—
Bert Kostohryz. Low putts - Linda Howard.
Class A - Low grots and law net - Barb Bayer. Low
putts - Tie between Gladys Flynn and Jean Butts. Play
of the day - Doreen Party.
Class B - Low gross, low net and play of the day Carole Mack. Low putts - Yvonne Bergluud.
Class C - Low gross - Nancy Dloterlp. Low putts Juanlta Legge. Low net • Tie between Juralta Leggo and
Marybelle Arnold. Play of the day - Juanlta Legge and
Nancy Dleterle.
Pool Passes, Swim Lessons
AVON LAKE — Pool personnel will bo available at
the Ellen Trivanovich Municipal Pool on Saturdaj1.
May 25 from 10 a.m- lo 3 p.m.: Sunday. May 26 from
10 a-m. to 3 pjn.; and Wednesday. May 29 from 5 to 8
p.m. for residents tr» register for swimming lessons and
purchaso 1996 pool passes. Non-residents may sign up
tor the swimming lessons waiting lisL Note: Became of
the demand for these lessons, the linos may be lone.
Pool passes axe $75 for a family pass ana $25 far an
individual pass. There is a mandatory 50-cont lamination charge for each pool pass. Pool passes are available to Avon Lake residents only.
There will be fivo sessions of swimming lessons this
year beginning June 10. Each two-week session costs
$18. Swimming ler-son registration will be on a firstcomo. first-servo basts because class sizes are limited
Register early so the session most convenient for you
and your children is available. For rnoro details call
the Recreation Dept. at 930-4130 between 10 a.m" and
2 p.m.
Women's Golf Association
AVON LAKE — The Tuesday morning league which
plays at Aqua Marina reports the following results of
play on May 14:
Oass A - Rachel Standon and Dorothy Brietic 33:
Pat Kendera. 35.
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Class B - Kay Schack. 34; Kay Big. 36.
Class C - Marion Tate. 40; Mary Alice Sander. 40.
Chamber of Commerce
Golf Outing
AVON LAKE-AVON — Sign upforthe Chamber of
Commerce
bonus foursomes and get a free hole rponr
" ^ ^ ^ f Package. The foursome package Includaa
the free hole sponsor and 18 holes at Avon Lake's
Sweatbriar Golf Club, goU cart, bevorege. lunch, a itrip
steak dinner and plenty of prizes.
Open to the public, the golf outing is very popular
throughout Lorain County. Golfersfromamong the following companlM and businesses are participating:
Mullinax Ford. Continental Cablevision. Smith 4
Smith Attorneys at law. Columbia Gas of Ohio.
Cellular One. Star Bank. BlakesloeftSons Insurance.
St. John Wost Shore Hospital. KeyBank. Lorain
Commanity-st. Joseph Regional Health Care Canter.
Fountain Bleau. Wendy's. Applied Specialties. Realty
One and Phoenix Products.
Call the Avon Lake-Avon Chamber of Commerce at
933-9311 to set up your golf package for Friday. June
14 wiln tee tunes starting at 10 a.m. Cost is $325 for the
bonus0 foursome with free hole sponsorship and $85
P^.8 ""-Cost is $135 for hole sponsorship only, or
it) W ( l o n 8 M t drive, closest to the pin. longest
Co-chairs of the event ore Ceoffrey Smith. Esq.. of
Smith & Smith Attorneys
and RIIV Frank or Columbia
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Sue fihrows
son. Tho A.L ahomtcp finished tho
Arlono Jaroscuk. and is J I'RESS carrier.
And then there was one - Tho game wilh seven Rflb.
Now it's on to districts vvhero the
Shoremen baseball tuaiu is iho only
Shoruinun will havu homo-fiold udvansquad in Iho area alivu iind lacking on
tago un a dato yet to be determined.
Iho tournament trail, after its 14-1 romp
I3aldwin-Wailaca basher - Biixiksidu
over Bay in Iho Division II sectional
grad Amy loannidls recently completGd
f.nal last Thursday.
her sophomoro season on tho BaldwinA.L.. which had lost to lhu Rockets
Wallace Colluga softball toam.
twice in previous ngular season renIcannidii batted .343 wilh three doudervaus. got nasty with pitcher Jeremy
bles, throe triples and 13 RBIs in 67 at
Griffiths (3-0) on iho mound. Tho
bats this year.
Shoremen starter went tho distance,
She was also tho Yellow Jackets' No.
giving up just four hits, whiio striking
2 pitcher winding up with a record of 5out 13.
4 and an ERA of 4.79 in 73 innings
Ho also played long ball, as did teampitched.
mnto Frank Balogh. who wrecked Bay
District champ - Avon track star
pitching the entire night. Balogh was 3Claim DeChant will head to regionals
for-4 at the plats, breaking tho game
with
some extra baggago — the Division
open In the fifth with a grand-akin
homo run - his second HR of tho sea- 111 district shot put championship.
•jaw
Talk about opening the season with a
bang.
Giants' pitcher Chris Jaroscal; throw a
no-hittcr at the Marinora on opening
day (May 14) In the ALYBF Major
LeaguM. getting his team a 4-0 victory
intJiB procass. The 12-year-old tallied
Mariner hitters through six innings,
striking out 14 of them.
laroscni, is the son of Mark and
Area league soccer summaries
Avon
scored by Todd Bailey. &?alsU-d by Kyle
Syphers.
Tha Avon Stingers UlO soccnr team
The team then played Vermilion and
won its fourth game of tha season
•gainst Sheffield Lake. The score was won 9-1. Two goals each were scored by
Brett Okamoto and Brad Smitek.
12-0. Goals wsrv mido by Josh
Adding ana goal each were Chris
Rnsdura, 1; Mike Wlsmer. 2: Cody
Frfoud. XBvin Kovach. Bryan Selestak.
Lomar. 1 Creg Reph. 1 (assisted by
Danny Schwartz): Danny Schwartz. 1: Kyle Vasilofl and Jerry Hagerman.
Mark Sorgo, 1: Nathan Noll. 1; Jonathan AssijU in this game went to John
Hunts: 1: Cory SzymanowksL 1: and Cachat. Frioud. Hagerman and
Okamoto.
Kyb McOser. 1. Soto.tha Stingers are
haring a perfect season.
Game three was with Brighton. The
X-men won that game by the skin of
Tb» Area X-raea had a great winter
their teeth with a final score of 3-2.
indoor season at Conccrdla Soccer
Onb. Tha X-men dominated
their divi- KovBch scored tha Erst goal, then Chad
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Rowley
passed the ball to Okamoto
alon and want tinHftff*fl*^ Tney bavo
who found the net. The third and wincoma a long way In Indoor play. This
ning goal was scored by Vasilofl with
was thair fourth indoor season.
Th« X-men got offtoa rough outdoor tha awIttHTtco of Okamoto.
The X-men played game four on May
start, locing tbeir first game to Firelands
3*1. Tho only goal far that game was 4 winning this game against Flraland*.
Btiy
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G-l. Goals for this game were kicked In
by Okamoto. Bailey. Syphoxs and two
for Hagcnnan. Friaud added a head ball
goal. Assists for this game went to
Okamoto (2). Bailey. Kovach and
Smitok. As usual, the X-men played
great defense.
Kovach and Doug Rawlings do a
tremendous Job in the back Una keeping the ball forward. Goelica JC and
Chris Lambio bad many saves.
Sheffield Lake
The SL Gunners U5-1 played an outstanding game against the U8-3 teem oo
April 27. Paul Zagnrski scored 8 goals.
Matt MenUer scored 1 and Ryan Smith
scored 1. Eddie Calanese. Kraig
Lamleln and Doug Nehrenz had several
attempts at goal, and Matt Cody, Tyler
Goodwin and Jason Reese played
another excellent defensive game.
Coaches Ben Zagorski. Bob Munn and
John Munn congratulate the team.
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Leaders - Here's a look at tho area's
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Baseball: (hitting] - Matt Schroeder
469: (pitching] - Matt Schroeder. Avon
lake. 3-2.1.62 ERA
SoUbali: Kendro Flaum. Avon Lake.
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Track: Geoff Simpson. Avon Lake
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Avon Lake (BOO meters), 2^0.10. and
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Avon (shot put). 34-« 1/2 and (discus).
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A GasshuVu (gah*shoe-coo}. or special training camps in the traditional
martial arts, will oe offered this aummer to local youngsters. It will bo held
tha waeks of Aug. 5-9 and Aug. 12-16.
Children can participate in ona or both
weeks offered. The camp will be led by
Martial Arts expert Jafibry Ellis. No previous martial arts training is necessary.
At a Gasshuku, students gain selfconfidence, self-control & disdpUce.
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Tha camp will meet Monday through
Friday, from the hours of 8 a.m.to4
pjn. Extended hours aid arailable.
Classes will be hold at International
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Lorain Family YM£A takes over
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AVON LAKE — EfTectiva May 1. tha
Lorain Family YMCA assumed operations of the North Coast YMCA lacility
In Avon Lake, announced Judy
Schmitz. executive director.
Schmltz said the facility Is operating
basically the tamo way It has in the
nest, with the current quality programs,
hours and many of the same stall.
For members, the change allows
them access to the Lcrain YMCA's two
other locations: Tower Blvd. and
Emerson School (Just off E. Erie AveJ.
As always. North Coast YMCA memb r a will continue to have access to the
Cleveland YMCAs. and anniversary
dates of membership will remain in
effect
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fuol) How far did ycu run? (ono kilometer/about 1/2 a mil*]: How were you
chosen? (Her husband and friends
nominated her for hor community servlco.) Where did the flame como fromT
(It was flown to Iho United States from
Greece with a protective cover on Iho
outside of a piano.)
Many of the other questions centered
around tier home and horse stable In
Alaska. How many pets does she have?
"Five horsM, six dogs. 13 cats, two
birds, two turtles, 26 goldfish and 12
tropical fish." Gliva answered.
Do the birds talk? "Yes they both talk.
One says. "I can talk, can you Ey7*~ she
said.
Children (and adults] may not be able
to fly. but that should not stop them
from trying. Another mission Gliva has
is to make children understand the
Importance of doing something they
love,
"I want to lot children know maybe
you are not going to gat paid a million
dollars to play basketball, but that does'
n t mean you should not continue with
a sport that Is important to you.
"Maybe you'll be the best basketball
"What Is important about the
Olympics Is that it is about countries
camins togother In peace. Tho ffomo
tymbollzew that peace," said Kathy
Cliva, on Avon lakfl native who rocenily carried tho Olympic name in the
torch relay In tho Seattlo/Olympla area.
Long ago. runners would relay tho
message cf a truce In Greeca and Invita
athlatea to competo In tho dty of
Olympla. Today, the peace In that relay
and competitiDn Is symbolized by tha
torch relay.
Gliva brought that message of "counWaa coming together In a peaceful
cnmpetitfon of sport.' to area school
children last week.
She was selected, along with thousands of other Americans, to participata In tho Olympic torch relay. An
Avon Lako native, Gliva now lives In
Chugiftk, Alaska and ran in the Seattle.
Wash, arse on May 7.
Ai a visit to fourth graders at Saint
Raphael'* school in Boy Village, Gliva
answered many questions iram a seemingly endless sea of raiiod hands. How
much doon tha torch weigh?, (3.5
coach at tho YMCA. If you have an
countries. Tho opening coremony In
Interest and passion in somolhing. stick
Atlanta Is on Iuno ig.
with It." Gliva said.
Whoa CUva heads back to Chugiak, 3
Her passion is horses. A boy asked
sho also plans to visit schools wiln tho p»
hor when she became interested in
12 other torch runners from Alaska to- -ij
thorn, and all she could say was that
share the experience.
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when she was three years old. her
That experience was "an honor and a £
father took hor to rids a pony In the privllego." Sho said every Umo sho **
Motroparks. Sho has been hooted ever
watches the opening and closing ccro- «
since.
monies of the Olympics, sbo gets °
"choked up. This year, it's bound to bo
Currently. Gliva servo* as the riding
worse,"
Gliva decided.
instructor and director of STRIDE.
Southcontral TheropuUc Riding. Inc.
The pictures she showed told the
The program teaches people with spestory UtB a scrapbook. In tho group of
cial needs how to ride horseback. Once
10 she ran with, there was an 86-yeartho ground has thawed, plans will be
old woman and a 12-yoar-old boy.
underway to build an indoor riding
Another boy. watching the r»lay from
arena so participants In STRIDE can
tho street. Just wanted to have his piccontinue their therapy year-round.
ture taken with her. As Kathy prepared
to accept tho flame from a runner, the
Although sho is nooding homo, tho
clouds were parting, and sun was
torch relay continues. The torch was
beginning
to reflect in the puddlas from
carried by horseback on the Pony
the rain that hod fallen.
Express Route and It will travel by
riverboat before coming to Ohio in
"It was raining for tha 10 people
early June. Nearly 00 people will carry
before our croup, but just before they
the torch through the state, some from
got to us. the sun came out and there
Ohio, neighboring states and other
was a rainbow," Gliva said.
Avon Lake one of 6 sites for
baseball skills competition
By Chris Aswntetoer
locations.
In each respective local competition,
thetopthroe In each age group will win
a prize, with the highest score In each
ago division earning (ho right to strut
their stuff in the finals at Jacobs Field.
The finals will take place Aug. 19
prior to the Indians-Texas Rangers
' firnn, Winners from each group will
throw out the first pitch,receivea
photo plaque, as well astickrtstothe
SportsChannel dugout suite for themselves and two gratis.
Tha cost Is 510 and Weiss Field will
house the event June 29-30. If you ain't
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c m pick «p registration
nod Cleveland are also available.
Indians1 TMUU Shops or any of
There Is Umitsd apacs available at
the 17 northern Ohio Kovcug Sports
*Mch location, so don't be left out.
AVON LAKE — Avon Lake's Weiss
Field has been •*H**f»" as one of tha six
sites for tha upcoming Cleveland
Indians/SportsChaiuiel Baseball Skills
Competition.
Tlia program, to be hold at various
UcSWtt baginning June 15. is open in
boys and gins age* sflv*n through 14 as
of Aug. 31.
Each participant will compete In
pitching, hUtir»g and running events.
Equipment will b* provided, but
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UXfeMft 2 beOraonn. LV3 tnths.
«c?*«fwd-in poren, hxatad n«ar
pt^tc « • ccuna and Lata En*.
AlHng 287.000. O S B334039 tor
*ff*
AVON LAKE BY OWNER:
S13fJ30, 111 BELMAH BtVO^
Woodatf Lot. Totally FUmodaiad
makla and Out. OPEN SUNDAY.
1PIMPM or CaBtorA M
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034-6304
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tiarawood floors. («m.room, 2-5
h«at»d/garag«.
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A*o.. Lafcacda. OIL VK.KO.
B71-7Q43.
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MO«E 1 # c n let, 3 Oadroom, 2 1/2
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Caass «no ara buUng a two-ttxy
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Putac UBrary> DncqifyWorta.
WESTLAKE &» oanm 23135 HtfBart;
3BO rancft onteouotiila^a tn»d 35 Vacation Property
lot. WBFP. full batamvnl. AC
For Sato
S144JX0- 3 S » « i a .
HILTON HEAD Tlma Smi*
VTESTLAKE ty Owner, 560/28A
Ji^adiooffl. 3feain hema, cool, f n a
WB tlraplaca. aluminum aldad,
BOB. tannta. asung ili.SOOmaka
canm air, gaa haat. I t a f ovaga.
oner. Jie.OOO. «ama (21S) TT93159^1.2604 Nortt^Hl.
1507.
071-41 S3.
20 Lots and Acreage
For Sate
OUT OF
BlELDCn DEVELOPCn kxUna tor
Urga parcals ot land. Sand
InkxmaUontoP.OAa 307. Noun
pwtatad. OH 44O7S. Ant Ut. Oman.
LAKE LIQUIDATION 1.34 AC
wMock $19,900 was S29.9OO.
Ptamiar daMtopar la now Iqtidaiing
jjnaJpnaaa ot oonjaoua^ laluilrom
THE AREA?
CALL FOR FREE
PUGUCATXM
1-600-753-3643
Mondtr-SundaY
MHewraADay
NEW
CONSTRUCTION: 3
Backeooi. *-\n Baa^ Hi n> m m
Haattti, Uak« MMQtlaMa Ptiea
CompanUa to OUar Hemaa. 33>
OUaSTai FALLS: B y o - n r Z g a S
Alcarcala «oodad on panad ida. uQ
uBbaa and n x f ireora.Thai coUd ba
your tast enanoatoaav« ffsxMandtf
Eayy orvafla anandno- Ca* BCO-2308323 #nt 1306.
TENNESSEE Lala Community
grand npartng. Enjoy gonjaoua • * »
accaia homasHaa tram $10400.
Ouwandna «4a«a ol laka « moinar
na&j>«^ pnMaaat nanJ Pmad Ida, u^)
uM ApioaM»i« taatrtcdonB. EaayonvManrndno. Cal now lor haacctof
batftn. 140&37U002 an. 1307.
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2/Urae
badroom*.
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kUctwn. attached oanga. Cal lor
apot. W.O0O 529-feaSOUTH CAROLINA Ukavlew
$24,900 fraa boat il<pt
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t»alt>Ql Prtv* U*» Uurray kxMcn
a&uEGrg ooa couna. Pvrad reads.
wst»r. i i " « r , mortt Eiccliant
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Miscellaneous
OFRCES AVAILABLE
^ROOUSUTS
Laka Raad Avon Laka
ReasonabM Rant Useaa nxumd.
CaatorApcoMmant
133-J1T1
ONE A TWO badnxma from SOSi
Waif»f. dryar, nucrowava, pool,
tannia, u m , tanning- Ca9 8934747.
WLLAOE ON THt ORE1M
Spmdat *100J30 OR
t i B k )
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fJH)t33a3<7
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FAMILY HOME
MORTGAGE CORP.
Avon Lake, Ohio
MARK LUNDY
LORAJH •aXJSTHUU. PARK
moxaiat aaa* z-eo acraa. ma ia< or
bUU b aUL Tao (LOIXI aq.lL tcacas
now naaatn. bxalad a4acar* a
iaao.
111
US
AFFORDABLE
HOME LOANS
REAL ESTATE
05
Commercial
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130
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111
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110 Ptnawij
111
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Sales
For Rent
AVON 3 BEDROOU BUNGALOW,
AppBancaa hdudad. country aattfng.
NO PETS. AnttatM Juna 1 st
. Laavw Uaasaga, P3415Si
A V O N L A K E , CONVENIENT
LOCATION: 3 Sadnxm. 2 Bain. 1
Car O a n g a . NO PETSi Availatia
AUO tiLS779.00 MO * SacuRy •
U a W C t 833^938
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PRIME RETAIL SPACE
2 MonUtt Free Rant - Drafted 1ta» •
AVON LAKE, Ohio
49,000 sq. f t PLAZA
1,152 sq. f t available now
3,327 sq. f t available now
i
BRUNSWICK, Ohio
44,500 sq. f t PLAZA
1,500 sq. f t available now
3,370 sq. f t available now
VERMILION, Ohio
23,745 sq. f t PLAZA
1,000 sq. f t available now
Over 55,000 customers served monthly
by anchor tenant
Call (330) 725-2340 ext. 4468
or (216)967-2172
$21*910 tt
I5N.IM
Ono acre lots. Pond & ravine
tots. Amherst schools.
Now talcing reservations.
A uniquely planned community of
quality custom built homes. Featuring
' / 2 acre wooded ravine & wooded
tots, and a private recreation center.
Firdands School district.
_, 4$ day occupancy on 7 models.
Located In Vermilion.
Opan 1-4 tun. wackday* * wtifcawda. Ckntd
r f d a * Take 1-90 to V«nnf Don XOML located
< w mik N o r * on WmaHon Road.
T * k * RL 2 to O a k Point Road.
C o north o n O a k Point Road.
967-0586
1-100-616-8160
Frtn $109,900
Ranches and Colonials.
Wooded ravine lots.
Amherst schools.
Route 2 to Oak Point Road.
North on Oak Point Road.
Sunday 1-5 p.m.
1-S00-817-9643
Phone 967-3398
Qoallty homes by
COKSTBUCTWtWC.
SUNGLASSES!]
Just in time
for Summer!
• All new selection of over 70 styles
• Designer names including Rayban
&Aadidas
• Competmvelv priced
• Many available in prescription
• Professionals to help select the
perfect pair.
DRS. FLEMING & STOLFO j
OPTOMETRY
33398 WaJkw Road, Suite B
Avon Lake. O H
'33-3214
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REALTORS SINCE 1903
The Avon Lake Smythe, Cramer Co.
wishes to congratulate our Listing
and Salt3s Leaders for April.
LISTING LEADERS
BARBARA
CLAYCOMB
819713. 1B9 Aainwod. Picture youraeH In this lovingly maint a i w l 3 bdrm. 2 J bffih. i p « colonial, listed « l S148.500. this
wonderful homa wU b e gone toon. Cafl roe lor your prhwts
tour. S a n d l_ Waoer 933-3733. 949-7827.
820615. Wrap porch colonial «<3i newer irfnyt iJdng rasa on
nearty V> acre heavily Landscaped and wooded tot Recent
updates irscL carpet throughout Scaramic In kit. foyer. » SA.
$224,500. O w f w A g o r t Susan ScMKng 933-3733.
8 2 1 5 5 3 . New listing in W t r t w l n d s . Garden-Oka y a r f In ttvs
beaufifei 4 bedroom cotoniaJ. Including a aunroom with sfcy-
8 1 2 2 6 4 . Almost m a l r 4 e n a n c a - f r e « 3 bdrra cot. n # « J e d In
Woodland School DteWct Byrsi. Good home tor r a n t * property
or 1st Bma home buyer. 9S6.SC0. Call S a n d Weber to see H i
aM efficient property. 833-3733 or 949»7«Z7 home.
SUSAN
SCHILLING
SALES LEADER
agWs. breatfast bar. 3 car gangs, ram o»ce In basement.
Col U M«. S349^X). Unda Homrn 833O733.
SOOesS. AbsokiMy l u t rnonm svalaMs In MLS. 1B19 E. 349i
SL LoraJn. WeiroairtasTed2 bdmi cotarsal only minute* (rcm
1-90 & St. R1. 254. This horn* Is In wry good condition.
$55,900. Cal Sandl Water 83KT733 or 949-78Z7 today!!!
68 Vacation Property
Fof Rant
• l A U T f f U L Marco I s U n d . FL;
tSO/BA. Fully equipped condo.
marhtt <Mcou«ed M M .
reMpd vueo
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y O N E T HATTERI
Owners
Sonnet
SUJO
T o o Wtafetv W e e «
HCAfTTLAMD EXPOESS. Expect
ii0O44&«n7d
H1LIS
Oept Compu
9Z22.
* 3 ? 9yew«. Oenentf oMca flV
Ej^enence a muei SerdReawna
One B e n MW tOJcTwn. P M M M
Ennnee. WWdno OManm »
MMIW<
OMo.
eaiUYAuSDA
3«edracm romi e a m a y tooMetf t t
reantedHMa. M a r Beeur num.
hmtshed. SleepaM. P w U v
H6-6J1-7TW
h A f a O A « i K » VACATKW
BtMTAt
Ameiican. C v U M e n . 2 BeftoonvZ
B a n Futy FurraMd: Lutuy H t n e
On O o e W t h f W * n - S - i n w * o
Canal. W * OfcecfAaeeiiTo
Axanae and OdL P I M M and
Luxuntous CONOO k u H v i
I I L A M O . Stay in the Heart of
(towwown KMeyv Wand tn nearly
new 3 bedroom, beautifully
rtrtum «an pool e.
ISLANO. I ' M
New
3BOJ5BA sxrrffoues.condo h gtfed
,0j
M A C H meort *ecawn
.-*, one k « bedroom
condoa.
Ooit
Package*.
eniertainment
partaget.
dairy/weekljT raiet.
Summef
vicerttew remain, but hunyt FrM
brochunK 1-e00-44B-MB3.
WANTED
Halp Wantad
n M M I lor
.CompanNe salary and
„ • — Sand leauma andsatary
history u PhJas Sepasta at Cohen *
C0.373OaHeJMet Dnve. Avon,
Onto 44011.
ADULT HEEDED FOR FEEDWQ •
UAJKTEMAMCE at an Avon Lake
Horse Farm. Apertmer*.» necessary.
Cat 033-8335.
• j f t f T A M T namcTOR; Ctwaran-s
C w « Wamtng Camer. one rt^e
laedMQ quality d « w i
• has an AsUstant Onctor
...WBwnpcfcyRWararea.We
ournpsBNe salary and benefit
• ~ laraited tndlvMuals
toTontoTi'*! » w e«panence In
cnndcani.
H you are Interested m
Kr.k^(:rvTo;
Per**ey. Rocky River.
3Sft<a»l
8 0 6 3 * 1 . 3 Bedrm. C d o n U l wrteroe torn, m o m , updated ML. tar
mat (Sn rm. wrth/. mu Some hardwood Boor*. Above, ground
pod. large oamtr lot. ctoee to Laka School. l-BO. To see can
Joanna Dernoe 033-3733 or 238-0727.
ATTEMTKM
•ngstar
true* driwen and owefwrtce-1
muM tmm * dear d * * Q recort are)
C O X W «gi i V b r i M
p e K n . AppV
Spngue Roaa OfenaMd Faaw O W
aaerKCOPUdetv.
AVON LAXX VmCffVJKM DSPT.
a MOW A C C V T M 3 Applcaaani
lor Tenrwi maruttor and Aaumnt
TennH htatruoor lor Vie •urraner
wmMprcgrem. AuUfcaBona can be
pKkad uo at OTy Hal M m SAM4:30PU Uonday thru Friday: or
Reovaoon Oert horn 10AU-3PM
Uonoay twu Thuncsy. and 1Z-4PU
Friday.
OEAOL1HE
FOR
APPUCATIONS m KAY 31. 1 M L
Should you neve any quettlona.
P M M C M *w Raeraeaon OapL at
930-4130.
,
AVON UUCZ HECREATIOM OCPT.
m HOW TAKMO Appaeetione tor
Aduti AMj for me Setety Town
Pngrarn. Salery Town wB b« held at
EaaMew Scfam, June i7twuJWw
2 0 . and July a thru Jury 19Appiceacna can baj * * a d up at a y
Hel. Uoneay thru FMey Htm SAW4:XPM. end ffw necreaton OepL.
Monday thru Thunday from 10AJ*.
2PM and Friday from t2-4PU. "you
have any ouanona. pieue cat B3O4130.
OEAOLINI
FOR
APPUCATPm: MAT ) \ i f W .
AVON PRODUCTS. INC.
AVON tUUMER J O W
Set I D lamty and Menda. Avenqe
S«*|lB.Tu. wont from homa. No
doornloor ntqulred. Beneftti. discounts end kvurenoeAvon i
Call
ALE»«amCetfiupioS0%.
FieBUe Hours. Sel to your lerray.
friend*, rmgrton or co-*orter«. NO
DOOI
to
Door
Nacatiary.
Inr^pendant Hap. 1-aO>547-2ftaa. .
• BOOTH RENTAL HAIL TECH
pownon now open, l4S0*na Ful ft
Pan-time slylisl positions al>o
AVON Irawanawi Hep
avwlabli. St% comrMtUon, 10% on
Potential S300-»2000 per montft.
retaL
M a i * own noun. Doorttoor not
Appry. Onvtry WeM Saton. 2O012
UeOcaWOwr Iraurarce
Dauon Ave.. Rcckv River. 331-11 t l
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ATTENTION: BBTWEM
ParHW pallor, a »aaiNa tor
oenon to uanom* mac
G teeurtng
A W -
&LKE OCCORATOR; Part-IUM.
neslble noors. Ccmuct Sue at
ComenleMFood Mart, eomerof
Carear HUrje & Benon M s . 327an
. EXPEJWMCEO anocsRY. U I A T
•
OEMETtAL P O W T O t 11 Year; or
elder. Arnty In eemen r37M0
jwrj
SINJOVS Cowdry Coumar.
DEUCUEMO1
CoMrMrl Food M M M WsrirWeyj
Fun and Pan-sme Posittons. we
twwe a ethacMe to • your busy Ms-rMi8iri"Tarri]"**rr
-PHdVacaBon
-
• eittptoy.ee Paeourn
•FteeUnaorme
• Opponunty tor AO*encemer*
* Schoanhc ProQ/am
In person el 34441 Center
RBba Hd
Hd, m « d o a * * . Art W Mr.
Turchek.
CASHKAO
OMoount Drug Mart M currenDy
mdvuus*
eMlonparvame
eUngtn
CBBWar poaWons atour Anon Lake
cure. Must ba WBrvj to • « *
*****
t n r a , some weekends, and
DJecount
S5rTSS
Avon Lake
: NowNrmg.
Mttaesl en
and
fTaOOnBI CCDUnaaTWV*- aaaaweveiaa
•*
East Coast treoowreiaf. vans end
tiais. First day fiealth. 8 , 7 *
conventional neet. tutl benems.
Warner Enterprises. 1-800-348281*.
COL-Oet r*
yp
a Wort Processing ficm home.
XOO/yr Income potonaaL Cel 1<
•CO-513-4343 E J B-13t2.
a
coujidi
QUAD
THAMEE
PcMflOs! aorrtngs of * l joa'wk. Batari ( * J B bonus, aiperee account A
benefua. V you are craanUad ft entoy
working wan peopH. Cat Sharon u
348-6349 or send resume to 1140
EudU Ava. t411. OsweiarO. 44115.
723907. Oet a )ump on eu eeasont Now Is the * n e to nrffwah
& rejuvenate W a 3-4 B f l . 2 H b a l l Wtetront «ptL O « * h e a t C Air. W B F P . & great floor ptan for enawtaintngl S274.800. Barb
MUer 933-3733.
CLEAMIHC1: Residential Domes.
Looking fa cwpanrleTwt. waiue nekx
Tsnaponeaon <acfared. oood pay.
PerMlrrw, BKdMe t » m . Apply a)
34OM Cenaar RUrj* Rd. MflT337S34a
COUJiaXITUOCNT
Orunl worn, outdoors. Repalrinc;.
PartL Mast tor aawone
augmart tanwV
o
j
Uust be wullno to leem. Can
J-4cwi.
T
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Jc
ThuredayonV
77»aaas.
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Was
PO
• tj Fajwali anftai aa naertar!torI X
»na and eutMBuai poeatona. O*pup
Home end wwtaftnptocaBona.Pay,
evenino and eaafcend
•laiiiiiiasaiaa IejjScr^dtptowe
j j ^ p
£6laWtEHPBorc««iOMA
Loram County manufacajrtnq company has ODenmg tor person to Mkn
ujujaata nMoonsUKy tor e l computor cpaiaoona. EJpartance frt prouramnwig and W W H W acmtaw^
method* mandatory. F t * benefiu
and cempawva wags. Rep* in confidence wtn your experience end
wage rsqultvmants io C O M P PROF« P.O.Doa 413 t r i f l e . OH
44038.
OOftlVERA-Our OTR venmamed
drtven tart up to 38 cpm. PaM barv
aflci, cowjretonals, home oean. We
requM 1 year T/T aMenance. COL.
age 23. Cal C* or PFT noberson.
fot
COEArt
DEU CLERK
CASWER
Camenwni Food Uart •
Mervwwkig toi ful and psrVttme
poaanna. W * Aeva a acheduH ID Bt
your busy UetMe. *a ofler
CompeWva starang wage. Paid
vaeeten. neeremant. Employment
dMcounts. Fn>e untorrm.
ScholarVw prognm. Opoortumy
tor ac*rantemanL No ajpenence
naceraary. we wC m n you. Apply
m penon at 137 Leer Road. Awn
\ a k e . and 4788 Lake Road.
SKefflafclLaiut.
DENTAL ASSISTAMT; ErWXWBMC,
enargatie. acpertencad asslstanl
•antsd tor growing Lakewuod c«ce.
Salary
commenaufata
oliri
aipenance. Part-nma or FteVom*.
C1521-7211 ashtorJoan.
OCHTAL HY0tfT4ISTi (Part-Uma
Rodry Rtaer). We eeak a dynamK
and energaec hygWssi to jott our
pfogratslve young prectiee.
E«caiian1 saCary p k * bonual AH
mcyiriaa kepi conwdanael.
Resume to P O f t a ia574. Rocky
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wim 6 s&fiax doon. Enjoy Bnamer (when b
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Hot 3639.8110S1 Fmostic 4 bedroom. 2Vi bath.
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damog room. G*» flrepbee in funilj room.
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any enn
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WAMTEO-YoY TRAMS Any khd,
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