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Valentine* Day
Mon., Feb. 14th
AVON
SHEFFIELD LAKE
A NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION IN LORAIN COUN .
M.G..P. Introduces "Behind The Scenes" Staff
Around
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^'i'Jie Avon Lake Police Log RoturiisM
inning with'this week's Press, we
happy to announce the return of
a Police Log.*' The.overall format
„. MI le log may appear a bit different
:than the paBU The main purpose Is to
&eep,the public Informed of various goings oh in the community.,1 think most
everyone will agree [rom the pabt log,
ouxPollce Department Is very busy
from the minor call (dog barking on In"'Wood) . to the major call (DWI,
burglarloB, 'J-'UgB. etc.). A special
thanks to the A.I..P.D. for returning.
Your public missed you. (ThlB weok'B
Police Log Is on page 6.,
Who Governs Avon Lake? In my
"comments last week I referred to the
; Mayor and Council having a responsibility to upholL the Avon Lake City
Charter.; This, statement Is true.
However, I must point out It's council
who voted on the legislation,regarding
the recent "pay raise" to the Law
Director. Mayor Allen, although present, has no vote. As of this printing,
Mayor Allen,has yet to sign the ordinance regarding the Law Director1!!
pay raise. His signature really has no
! bearing, If he doesn't sign the or1
dinance within 10 days, it still becomes
law. ,
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State of the City? Avon Lake Mayor
Bob Allen will give his State of the City
addresB, 7:30 Monday night February
14th;
See you there.
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1 suppose everyone has heard rbout,
the. famous Groundhog from Pennsylvania, named Phil who predicts the
length of winter, Well..i.we have our
own weather preillcter right here in our
area. HIB name Is none other than Avon
Al. Al has a small burrow in the Lear
Rd. area in Avon. I stopped this past
week'to chat With Al and find out his
thoughts on the winter days ahead. Al.
who incidently, is also a Groundhog,
wants area residents to know the remainder, of the winter will be relatively
mild with one bad storm, Maybe our Al
could become famous. We'll see ho*v
accurate his prediction is.
It's difficult (o start out an article like
this because 'A'hen you're enumerating
people with enough talent to sink a
barge, you don't know who to put first,,
so, with organization in mind, IT11 proceed in alphabetical order.
" A " stands for Abies - Don Ablrs,
that Is • and realistically, Don Is ' 'ablj''
to gently "put the hammer on" (do the
best with what you've got, and do it
nowl). This musical artist humbly performs his kind of magic - and
sometimes magic is what It takes to get
the best results. Upon hearing a sound
which is "not pretty", Don juts his
head back, places his hands alongside
his head (with the motions of the contouring of a pnt'y tail], breathes deeply
to gain his composure, ond patiently
says: "let's try that again," Then with
the closing of his oyas, the snapping of
his fingers, and tlio bending of his kneo,
this se'f-cuntrplled artist aims, once
osdin, lo bring forth the best "quality"
sound out of the M.G.P. chorus.
"!'• - If the ayes have It - this " I "
does. Currently accompanying during
chorus r e h e a r s a l s , ' C a m e l o t ' s
choreographer is Bernadetto Ilg(1982's alias target 'shooting expert.
"Annie"). Each member,, of the llg
Pam-lce holds thylr own In talent
rivalry, and "Bervile" Is one who 1B n
"right on'' performer. Crrccf utly
displaying a nonchalant personality.
Bernle easily goes about her w.ork ut
guiding feet into "step-slide-step. stop-,
slldo-step" until "The Lusty Month of
May" Is entertainingly staged. .
"K" stands for King - and fit for a
king (Arthur that, is) is Set, Constructor/Designer Mike Krai, The pronunciation of his surname doesn't indicate
his method of tranpartatlon - this
gentleman Is by no means a baby at his
work. Instead, Mike is a true "master"
of design. Images pour from his mind
downward through Is fingertips and
free-handedly ronder gently onto sets
which magically Urn into 3dimensional designs right before your
very eyes.
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"L" - If there's a now lease on life.
Lorna Lease holds It. This year Lprna is
Costume Coordinator, With a reference
photo of ci'itumo design before her,
Lurnn luKeu a dress with an almost
regal look into her hands and converts
ll into a nearly-authentic reprorfucHve
beauty which wli! be worn bj , on
other than Lady Guonevere In this
year's Mighty Goliath production of
"Camolol". This dedicated, capable
seamstress (seemingly poising an
a us tern character) contains an everpulsa'ing heart full of genuine loVe for
what she does. Assisted by A.L.H.S.'s
office wprket Carol Dougherty (nearly 1
always found back-stage with a tape
measure around her nnck], this "team"
of lutllbs prove they "aren't all
thumbs',' by producing yards of
material and miles of stitches Into
"threads"r that need fit all sizes and
ahapns o characters which this cast
reputably contains.
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" M " stands for melding • and with
all the know-how of an export, Lighting
Technician, ^orry Mitchell, engineers
finishing touches on stage like unto rich
husB of rainbow color.) accenting a
wonderland dream. :•' ,
" 2 " stands for xeroing-in- and that's,
exactly what Director, Lorene Coughlln
does as aim knowledgeably, plots the
scenes during rehearsal which began
Intently this past January, but,
M.G.P.'s production of "Camelot"
didn't just begin last month, -Lorene
and the othnr production officers have
boon working on the coordination of
this project since last summer. A lot of
work goes into tit«se plays because
those involved know that "anything
worth doing Is worth doing well."
Keeping the viewers in mind at all
times, those hear-experts put enough of
themselves Into each show that ynu can
actually feol their personalities project
Into the audience during each performance.
Don't miss the captivating charisma
portrayed during, this year's mighty
Goliath production of "Camelot".
Show dates,are.Mar^4wS«8^ia-&il2»™M
Curtain goes up o p.m. evenings: Sunday's Matineo begins et 2 1p.m. Tickets .
are S3 (one price for nil} each Friday
and Saturday night and 12 each for the
Sunday performance.
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For advance-nalii tickets call Joanne
Pulacok (PTA Council M.G.P. Ticket
Chairman) at 933-B5DS. Don't Delay!
Linda Johnson, Miss Teenager Of Ohio
, Miss Linda Johnson, age 17, daughter
of Tom and Joan Johnson of Avon
Lake, has won the title, "Miss
Teenager of Ohio" at the state pageant
held Sunday, January 30, at the Marriott Inn in Columbus.
Fifty-eight teens from 30 cities
across the state, competed In the
pageant, They were judged on the basis
of personal interview, bathing suit and
evening gown. The pageant committee
endeavors to make the weekend a fun
filled unique experience for the girls
and their families, They "Believe in the
youns people of the country and In
their innate goodness. Too often people
concentrate on the problems of the
young."
Along with other prizes wor., fs a trip
to Miami Beach In the fall to compete In
the national pageant, Miss Teenager of
the U.S.A.
Linda attends Avon Lake High
School. She Is a member of the student
forum. After high school she plans to
pursue a career In nursing. She had
served for two years on the Mayor's
Youth Commission.
As a member of Cleveland's
"Singing Angels" for five years, Linda
sang all over Northern Ohio, Pennsylvania and Western New York. In
1880 she toured Europe with them. Her
most' memorable moment was when
she shook hands with.Pope John Paul
II. She happily recalls riding the train
Brookside-Middle School Early Release
PARENTS—PLEASE NOTEI
On Friday. Februa-y IB, 1983,
students at Brookalde High School and
Sheffield Middle School will be
dismissed as follows:
1:00 p.m. - Brookside dismissed and
Bus pick-up
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1:45 p.m. -Sheffield Middle School
dismissed and Bus pick-up
This schedule change Is necessary so
that both schools can be converted to
new electrical service by Ohio
Edison. You may have noticed that
power poles along Harris Road and Colorado Avenue have been replaced. For
the schools, it is necessary to be
without electricity for about six hours,
In addition, the power outage will
disrupt regular telephone service to the
elementary schools. As a result, should
you need to call one of the elementary
schools after. 2:00 p.m. on February
10th, please use the regular night
telephone numbers listed below:
l.'Biirr School-940-6187
2. Forestlawn School - 949-6184
3. Knollwood School • 949-6166
4. Tennyson School - 949-0185
Elementary schools will be dismissed
at their regular 3:15 p.m. time.
We apologize for any Inconvenience
these changes may cause.
Linda Johnson !'
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(Photo by Stephens Studio)
from Italy to Switzerland, the good
food at the hotels and sliding down the
Alps In her new white Jeans. She met
President Carter and Ohio Governor
Rhodes when they appeared in
Cleveland.
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Her ability to regain her composure
along with the obvious requirements,
gave Linda the points she needed to
win. Those of us In attendance were
extremely proud of Linda for bringing
the title home to Avon Lake. .•
uestion Of The Week
"How much do mayors and councilmen make in Bay Village. Lakewood.
N, Ridgevllle, Rocky River and
Wesllake?"
Answer: All mayors are full-time,
councilmen port-time,
Bay Village: Mayor • $32,000; Pres.
of Council - $3,100; Councilman •
$2,600.
Lakewood: Mayor - $40,500; Councilman rS7;000.
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$24,000;
N. Ridgevllle: Mayor
Councilmen-33,000, ,
Rocky River: Mayor- $34,000; Pres.
of Council - $4,200; Councilman 53,600.
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Westlake: (increases to become effective April 1, 1983, are shown in
brackets) Mayor • $37,050 ($39,650);
Pres. of Council -,$7,500 ($8,000);
Councilman: $5,000 ($5,350).
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Mayor's Report
A DOLLAR SAVED IS
A DOLLAR EARNED
After looking Into the matter, I
would like to share with you my in
dings regarding our Law Director's ocent raise, which Council
.oraing to Chapter II, Section 12 of ,
Avon Lake Charier, "Council shall
, by ordinance fix all salaries and rates of
" J J P ^ s a l ont but the salary or rate of
Retlremen Fund. This way of purchasing s similar to how we. built the Fire
Station, how , wo added onto Iho
Municipal Building, and how we built
the Service Building. 11 | 8 the most
loaslblo way for us to, make this type of
purchase. In municipal fire planning,
one of the main criteria Is to bo able to
reach the tallest building that has ocpointed offfciai? offlcerlBoJBemployeo" cupancy In the City. This new truck
? n Hi b r, on ^ l o c t e d o r employed for a
will meet that responsibility. Also, Ihe
definitely fixed period of, time, shall not
truck has multi-use for our Industry,
pe increased or decreased durnn ihn
our condominiums and even our
«l™, • I 1M . OI " CO , o r appointment."
residents. Unlike Bay Village's fire
Chapter VII, Section 37, spates, "The truck, which has ho built-in ladder
Director of Law shall se/ve •( the
systemwifor
rescue or escape, our new
, pleasuret wofo Council for a terni not oxL?H. ,'1i, P/ovlde a ladder system
feeding
W years, nor In anyevent
which will allow people to enter into
to exceed the duration of the elective
the bucket and walk down the ladder
safely. In this way, there can bo a con'Council shall fix the rate and basis of
Unuoiu flow of traffic but of the bucket
compensation of the Director of Law."
anr1
' V ladder for evacuation
Because the Law Director serves either
i i'Jfl Is only one of Ihe uses
pleasure of Council, he can serve
IJIOV,JMU by ihe truck. My deep conanywhere from one day to two yeors
cern as Safety Utnclor Is to provide
-and can be dismissed anytime at Counour citizens the proper equipment to
veil s discretion.
Because of this, the
meet all emergencies. This multi-uiie
•J Vi P'f BCtar '3 term is not considered
: definitely a fixed term - there Is no truck coultl save many lives and property when put Into service, which
guarantee he will serve a full two yeara
could not bo accomplished with the
or a "fixed" time. Opinions were
present equipment. At this timo, wo do
•recjived from two other outside Law
not have a mutual-aid contract with the
i.£?tori!: 1 n d 'boy f«'. Council was , City of Lorain. We only have a mutualwithin their right to Ificroase or
aid contract v;lt!i our bordering cities
decrease our Law Director's salary and
-Avon,'Sheffield Lake. Sheffield
were not In violation of the Avon Lake
Village, and Bay Village.
Charter.
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An
°'hcr situation I want to discuss Is
At this time. I would also like to let
the purchase of our new fire truck. By
all residents of Avon Lake know that
purchasing the fire truck, Council has
The
Cable Television Advisnry Commerely replaced a 30-year old piece of
mission for the City is sponsoring a
equpment that Is no longer of use or
"Kick Off To Coble" Somirtar on
credit to our City. Ills a replacement of
February 23, 1083 at 7:30 p.m. in Ihe
a piece of worn-nut equipment. Since
Avon Lako High School Cafeteria. ThB
t - price on this truck has almost
Seminar Is to triform and show groups
uoublod in a fivq*year period, and aJnce
and individuals, how they can produce
Council has been selling money aside
and broadcast tholr own programs on ,
for this, they felt ihe'/nmodiate pur- •Avon Lake's Publfc Access Television
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chase
of
(he
fire
truck
would
save
Channel.
We hope to have a large .
re
f *w money on any price increases to the Clcitizen turnout Ihut nfg.it.
kv ,ty,m the future. The money which has
RobcrtE. Allen .
Tbeen saved to this point is being used as
, Mayor .
^ajdown.payment, and the rest of the
money will be'a loan from the Bond
Festival Preparations Underway
We're ready to go flgatnl With this
early start we expect an even bigger
Homecoming '83 event. Remember our
theme "Avon Lake - a great place to
live." Your response to our 1st annual
Homecoming '82 was excellent and we
are now encouraging any suggestions
to enlarge your festival.
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Representatives -from various
organizations please plan on attending
the February 16th meeting now
scheduled For 7!30 p.m. at Elyria Savings & Trust at the Landings.
An important segment of this festival
Is the History of Avon Lake. We would
like someone interested to co-chair this
jommittee. Other functions such as the
parade, publicity, special events, etc.,
need to be filled. If your talents lie In
any of these areas, would you please
get Involved. After all, it's your
festival. Let's show what wo can do.
If Interested, please contact Isabclle
Beal , 933-5364. Terry Shannon, 9332700 or Dave Aslaksen 933-5968.
Avon Women's Club Meets
The AVon Women's Club will be
meeting on Monday, February 14, 1983
In the Central Trust Bank on Detroit
Rd\. Avon, Ohio. The meeting will
•begin "at 7!45 p.m. with an award
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presentation to winners of the recent
paster and essay contests.
Guest speaker for the evening will be
Mr. Kay William Dickerson. Assistant
Professor of Commuhciatlon and Performing, Arts at Lorain County Community College, Mr. Dickerson will be
addressing the topic entitled "For the
Love of Life - Enjoy Being a Loving
Human Being." Guests and friends are
always v elcome - so plan to join us for
an evening of love and friendship on
Valenllne's Day.
The regular business meeting will
follow refreshments. Hostesses for the
evening are Mrs. Marge Spetafore,
Mrs. Linda Easterday, Mrs. Cheryl
Sebold. and Mrs. Sheila Westfall.
Educational Survey Committee Organizes
section of the community. The survey
The Avon Lake Educational Survey
Committee will conduct a survey on the consists of ten multiple choice quesGoals of Education for Avon Lake , tlons plus ranking In order of priority
eighteen learner goals, The survey will
Schools March 11 through March, 28.
take approximately fifteen minutes lo
The purpose of this survey is to provide
complete. All responses to the survey
the AVon Lake Board of Education and
will be kept confidential and will be usthe school administrators with direced only as part of the complete results.
tives toward future high quality curThe Educational Survey Committee
riculum .development and to provide
members urge all those citizens condirection toward educational priorities.
tacted to respond to this survey. It is
A similar survey was conducted in 1974
and , successfully accomplished these most important for citizen's to express,
whal direction they feel education
objectives.
take. Community involvement
Approximately 1200 respondents for. should
Is necessary to make this a viable
the poll will be contacted by a random
survey.
process and will represent a cross-
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School News.
Redwood 3rd graders - Dental Health Month. Dr.
Carl Dlvlta, pedlatric deni.^t, pbsaB with Redwood kindergarten students: ti-r) Julie May.
Chris Younglass, Thomas Cardor, and Angela
Capretto to demonstrate good teeth brushing
habits using his puppets and teeth model. Dr.
Divlta, representing Family Dental Care
Associates from Lorian and Elyria, put oh a puppet show designed for Kindergarten through
grade three. The program was very effective in
supporting the study of dental hygiene and
healthcare habits.
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, Redwood third graders are "all'smlles" In preparing for tholr involvement In dental health, Each third
grader received a Dental Instruction Kit containing a
toothbrush! toothpaste, and disclosing tablets
(wetar-soluble food coloring]. The kits are taken
home to encourage to do a batter Job of bruahlna
Ihoir teeth. , )
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REMEMBER
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Thurs, Fab. 10, Pep Club -Cafeteria 3;15; AFS Club
; -Room2203:15
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Thurs, Feb.10, Band Ensembles 8:30
Sat. Feb. 12, Lincoln's Birthday: Ski Club to Brandywtue Leave 12:30 return 7:45
Mon. Feb. 14, Valentine's Day: H.S. P.T.A. Cafeteria 7:30
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THE TOOTH, THE WHOLE TOOTH,
N OTH1NG BUT THE WHOLE TOOTH
The abtive title Is in the^ February issue of the instructor magazine for teachers. The catchy title is
most appropriate for February's National Dental
Health Month.
Dental Health is emphasized among the four
elementary buildings, especially in grade three.
Among the many pamphlets containing literature
about dental health is an article which states that
"Although there have been many recent improvements in the dental health status of children
and adults, there is a great need for continued efforts. The statistics are changing, but dental decay
and poriodontal disease are still widespread. Elementary teachers across the county report that there are
many chldren who do not own toothbrushes. And,
according to a recent public health survey, an,
estimated 20 million Americans have never been to a
dentist.
Experience In other areas of the, health field has
made clear the need toguerd against the complacency which may result as dental health improves. For
example, the immunization program In this country
has been so successful In reducing the incidence of
contagious childhood diseases, that In recent years,
people have seemingly ''forgotten" Ihe importance
nf vaccinating their children. The result has been
epidemic outbreaks of dlsenes such as measles. To
prevent a similar
situation from brciirring in dental
health, regular,1 checkups and daily personal care of
teeth and gums are essential. Without such continued
attention, gains which have been made in dental
health may, be lost. Dental health education programs
carried out in the classroom would be credited for
part of the improvement of children's dental health
but the need for continued committment to caring tur'
teeth and gums must be emphasized. Habits can be
developed wliich will last a lifetime.'1
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STUDENT TEACHER AT
AVON LAKE HIGH SCHOOL
Ms. Laura DuPerow a, student from BaldwinWallace College, has bean assigned to the Avon Lake
Schools for her Btudent teaching experience. Ms.
DuPerow is currently teaching Physical Education
classes at the High School under the direction of Ms.
LaurloDelamater. Ms. DuPerow will split her student teaching time between the secondary and
elementary schools. She will be at the elementary
schools starting February 14 and tench under the
direction of Mrs. Edith Sezbenskl.
, Ms. DuPerow is a graduate of Bay Village High
School and Is currently In her senior year at BaldwinWallace College. Ms. DuPerow Is e Physical Education major and Is pursuing a minor in Health. She is a
member of Delta Zeta Sorority at Bbidwln-Wallace
and the women's Softball team. Her hobbles Include
Jogging, baking, photography and craft work.
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SCHOOL LUNCH MENU (Subject to change]
WBU *eb. 9. Meat end Gravy on buttered
w/bulter< whipped
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Thurs.,Feb. ,io, Vegetable Soup,, hot ham &
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Frl. Feb. Hi Honosi A,h« F| s h Sandwich, trt
lators. coin fjliiw, llncoln log tirownlo, milk
Mon. Fob. 14. Rom«o Sandwich, lovers triuncte
jullct potatoes), sweetheart pickle chips, heart i, nh r?0' Db '
cupcake, love potion no. a,
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AVON LAKE
Police Motes
During the pant 10 days the Avon
alcohol r^'aled charges.
Lake Police Department received 107
Three juveniles arrasied in Ihe High
calls for assistance, The fallowing sumSchool art!.- for Intoxication. ,
mary contains Information on some of ' 01/20 A 35 yoar old Loroln man
those calls. ,
charged with DWI while driving on
: 01/23 Two Sheffield Lake men were
Miller Road nt 3:00 a.m.
arrested at a local store after It was
A 45 year old Sheffield Lake man arreported that they were acting
rested for DWI on Walker Road at fl:30
suspicious, A 20 & a 21 year old from
p,m,
Sheffield Lake were arrested for Intox,01/30 An Inwood resident reports
ication.
two stereo speakers stolen from his
01/24 Two juveniles were removed
truck. The Realistic brand speakers
were valued at $'tl. ,
,
from the High School and turned over
to parents for being Intoxicated,
A Euclid, Ohh resident reports the
01/25 A Smugglers Cove resident , T-Top panels v.Hiied at S500 stolen
reported his window broken by a B-B from his 1979 Trt 's-Am while parked
Shot that came from the area of Miller overnight at a local -notel.
Road. .
An Inwood resident reported her
A 19-year-old male from Copley,
jiuJ-e entered during the night and
Ohio was arraigned in Municipal Court
clothlrig. a purse and ID papers stolen. ,
for aggravated burglary. This anj.it Is
Duff Drive and Bel mar Blvd.
the result of an Investigation Into a
residents report thnt someone made an
break-In of a Forest Blv, home oh
obscene drawing on th.-fr houses with a
02/07/82.
blue marker during the n.'ght.
01/26 A Learwood student reported
02/01 A resident on Avalon Drive
a 5350 Saimer clarinet stolen froma
reports his 20 Inch BMX dirt bike
locker In the music room. The clarinet
stolen. The bike is white >vith red trim
was taken about 01/14.
and wheels.
01/27 Detectives and Uniformed Of*
02/02, A resident, on Beachwood
flees executed a search-warrant on , drive reports his vehicle entered and a
Berkshire Road home. Two persons ar- light brown American TouHster briefrested.and a large amount of Illicit case stolen.
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drugs found; ;
After an accident at HJHiVa.m. on
Lake Road a 23-year-old Luraln man
01/28 - A Lakewaod Drive resident
reported SHOO', worth of automotive was arrested and charged Tilth. DWI
and possession of marijuana. Officers
parts taken from his residence. These
also notad that the man was clothed in
parts were engine parts for a Chevrolet.
womans clothing and tried (o pass
' Five juveniles and one adult arrested
himself off as a woman.
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AFTER 5:00
Drexel
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By Paul Morton ,
, At a special meeting Thursday night.
Avon Council voted to, table two ordinances granting the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company (CEI] permission to dump fly.ash In land It owns
at the Intersection of S.R. Oil and
Miller Road.
Council President
Edward
Krystowski said that he wanted to be
sure that CEI had followed the
specifications outlined by council in
previous dumping operations before
passage of the ordinances. He said that
he was concerned that CElhad not installed the proper drainage tiles called
for In the previous agreement, and that
he would check on It as soon as passible.
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John Smltek said that he felt the city
should require CEI to have an on-sitc
inspector present during Jumping
operations, to make ce-.tain the
specifications of the ordban « are
followed. Smitek said, "T. ,J city
engineer drew up the specifications. He
should have his own man there, w h o
would be familiar with the specifica-
tions, and would make sure they were
followed."
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Smltok also said that If the land fill
were not drained properly, it would be
"very unstable. It would be Just like
quicksand."
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: Law director Tom Smith said that if
Council did not do anything about making assurances that CEI would follow_^
the specifications before passing the^jj
ordinances, the city could run Into legal «
trouble later, In making CEI comply;!'!
think the isauos being raised, ore
substantial enough that I don't think It
should be passed tonight."
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A second ordinance waB.tabled,
because Smith fold made . certain
amendments in tho city's optlon'to buy
the land fill and adjacent property oiico
owned by CEI reclamation was'cbmf
p l e t e d . " .'.' '
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The amendments would >pecniUJ;thcJ
city to lease the land for a dollar-por(
year until the land Is told. Tbe£cjtyj
would also,, have the right ; o f f first
refusal, should CEI decide to s e p i h e
land. That Is, the city would haveithe"
right to buy the land from : CBliat|the
same price offered by another .buyer1***
Good Samaritan To Raise Fiinflsj
programs. Both in local. areas yandf; on
. Friends and . Neighbors of Good
the national level; •"-•• :•'.) • • ^ A v ^ S S ^ S r
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For more'Information: on: howaful
Rehabilitation Center will Join the Staff
and Residents at that facility on Mon- : can be part of this fun-filled program.
day, February 14th from 11 a.m. to 4 contact Karen Parson brBarb.Bartlome
at Good Samaritan Nursing Horned
p.m., to ralBe funds for the Heart
Association.
The e'"5nl is a part of the Nursing
Home R>. c'n'Roll Jamboree conducted
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::^}^^m
each Ft tuary by Nursing Homes
, In Overeaters Anonymous we"finiijft.
across the country. Sponsored by the is not what ,WB-cat* bUt^U^ls|whatyH]
American Health Care Association,
eating us. Being oyerwelght isfnpjfun'i|
The Jompbree encourages the Com- Do you ;have;;coritrbl^pf5yqur^o^
munity to give financial support; to
habitBi^dr do th6y;hav,e;cbntrol;of^
Health Education and Research. ;< ' "::'•' • O'A"has 'fblind, a^way^to^pennaiiiinS
Tho Marathon furid-i-pjser"' tradl? /•1ast«og^^dglit^; : ipls>';Want^lb^^ffl
. tionally features individuals rocking la
more7 We-ln'yiia^du'^q^Mr^ebrtfary^
rocking chairs opd •,rolling ' in 10, ThursdBy/-evDnlng1jme'e"tlng" fa tithe*
wheelcharls for donations pledged; to :: United ; IJresbyterlah'!;' Church;^i3234bS
them by members of the community. ;'" Ele'ctrlc BpuleVard/: A von^LSi SilsiaH
Each Nursing Home Individualizes Its 1 at 71;ao^1p.m^f?6ffpl^a^i^!4HreSW3a..-M
Jamboree with additional moneyFebruary i4vMonday^mbrning^moeBnW
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Judge H.T.Webber To Speak
Avon Lake High School's and Loarwood Jr. High School's P.T.A.s will
havo a combined meeting at Avon Lake
High School on Monday, Feb. 14th at
7:30 p.m. to hoar Judge Henry t . Webbar speak on "Juvenile Justice'!,
fudge Webber was elected to his
third term as Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Dlvl-,
sionlngt November.
He Is involved In working with new,
programs In the Juvenile area as well ai<,
building a strong Child Support Bureau.
He also has been Instrumental In the
"passage of the Juvenile Justice Bill,
which brought about reform In the
treatment of Juvenile offenders on a
local basis rather than treating them out
, of their homo basis. • The meeting Is open to everyone who
wishes to attend. A question and
answer period will follow the speech. '
To celebrate National Founders Day,
(ho P.T.A.'s will serve a special SQth
birthday oaks.
A.L.H.S. Commemorative Plate and
Tiles are now on Sale. This is the main
money-ma king project for the high
school P.T.A. this year. The monies
earned will go for scholarships, to send
high school students to summer educational camps. 10" Plates are $10.00 and
ft" cork tiles ore $5.00. Purchase your,
, plate or tile by calling Jo Grospltch 033, 0403 or Joanne Polacokt 033-5509.
Childbirth Education Classes
Childbirth Education Association of
Lorain County offers a seven-week
series of classes, starting every month.
The classes Incorporate the techniques of the American Lamaze and are
taught only by R.N.'s, with extensive
childbirth aducatlon experience and motional training. The series covers topics ,
such as: muscle toning and relaxation,
medication and anesthetics, breathing
techniques, nutrition, Infant feeding,,
labor and .delivery, the newborn and
post partum care. Through these
classes couples obtain the tools they'll
need to participate in t^e birth of tneir
child . b e c a u s e - t h e y , are ',prepared
psychologically and physically.
C.EiA. offers morning classes, evening classes and a refresher class series
with-a sibling class for children two
years old and up.
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Classes should be taken in the last
two months of pregnancy. Limited
class size enables instructors to provide
Individual attention to each couple, so
register as soon as possible. For more
Information and registration, please
call Lori Hudson, 244-3145, or Bev.
Glesler, 385-0310.,
AWANA Open House
Calvary Baptist Church, 32807 Electric Boulevard, Avon Lake, will have
an AWANA open house on Wednesday. February 8 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Parents of the AWANA club children
are welcoira to come and participate
with their children In game time, handbook time and council time and learn
what they do on a typical AWANA
night. ,
Dorothy Gauchat, founder of Our Lady of the Wayside, Is shown then king
the members of vhe Avon Lake Welcome Wagon during the club's
February luncheon meeting for their contribution to the Home, Also
receiving a check was Kay Bondurant of, the Human Resources Center,
Welcome Wagon supports several local charities through Its philanthropic
fund reisers. ,
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Avon Lake Soccer News
On January 30, 1063 Avon Lake's It
and under Indoor soccer 1 team! experienced their first loss of the winter
season against a strong offensive Elyrla
team. Although the, efforts of goalie
Matt Ramagli were outstanding, Avon
Lake's defense could not hold Elyrla.
The only goal for Avon Lake was
scored by Paul Nauman. The Bandits
play their next game February 13th at ,
4:15 at L.C.C.C. against Berea.
The 14 and under, team suffered
another loss against Oberlln. It was a
hard fought game on both s. >s ending
In a 2-0 score. Defenders Steve Vernon
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and Kris Smith battled valiantly to keep
the score down but Avon Lake's
foreword could not penetrate, the
Oberlln goal. The Bullets play their
next game at L.C.C.C. on February
13th at8:16i
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The Bullets, along with their coach,
John Smith, and assistant coach, Alan
Thell, are going to the Coliseum Thursday night to view the Cleveland Force
In action. The boys and girls are In for
nn additional (rent because they wl!? be
watching from the Central Ban! Ijgot
obtained for us by Kathy Zdldor. Thank
you, Kathy.
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Avon Lake, O.
OFFICE 933-6223
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Avon Lake, OH 44012
PET CARE
John H. Simpson,
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In the past few weeks we
have seen several casei of
parvovlrUs( This Is a new
disease which appea ed
only a lew years ago. It is a
highly contagious Intestinal
disease characterized by
vomiting1 and diarrhea
(both sometimes severe
and blbody), a high
(emper&iure, and rapid
dehydration. The heart
muscle may also be Injected In young puppies,
Onset ol ' symptoms Is
Usually sudden.
At the first signs of
symptoms It Is Imperative
to Ihe dog's recovery that
Immediate Veterinary treatment be carried o u l .
However, vaccination' Is
the best method of preventing potentially fatal canine
'parvovtrusdlse»se;
' This messaytf Is brought
to you as a public service
from Dr. John H. Simpson,
Avon Lake Anlmfll
Clinic. Inc. 124 Miller Rd..
Avon Lake, Phone 9335297.
Tax-Deferred Benefits With IRA
It used to take big money to take
adv-.ttage of tax-deferred benefits. Now
with an individual retirement account
(IRA}, every working person is eligible
to save valuable tax dollars.
You can open an IRA account at
Lorain County Bank for as little as $100.
Then, you can add small amounts to
your account until you reach the annual
legal limit. . .$2,000 for individuals,
$4,000 for working couples. . .$2,250
for couples with one spouse working.
Actually, you save twice with IRA's.
First, you can defer taxes on money
placed in your IRA account and this
results in lower current taxes. Second,
Lorain County Bank pays guaranteed
high interest rates and the interest is not
taxable until withdrawn — usually when
you are in a lower income tax bracket.
, Compare the Lorain County Bank
plan. Remember; a substantial penalty is
required for early withdrawal.
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Dinner 7:30-8:30
Menu:
Boston Bibb Salad w/Lemon Dressing
Broiled Strip Steak,
Sauteed Scampies"^
Baked Potato
Honey Glazed Carrots
Cherry Tart
Dance -8:30-12:30
Live Entertainment —
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Phone 933-2000/1-000-362-2570
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MONDAY:
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TUESDAY:
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Fish Special
Ham Dinner
Chicken Dinner
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DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS
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Avon Laka
227 Miller
K.Tjt
Dan's Delicious Delicatessen
By Eileen Kropf
Dollcotessen: a, store aollins
alnedy pnpared or r b q u l Z
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preparation for serving
Dan's Delicatessen i 5 < a i m D i v
marvolousl The doll, proudly ownodbv
Dan ScarpitI f|,8 ( h G doflnltlon o f
'delicatessen" t o a " r ' . While serving
the people, of Avon Lake and surrounding areas for twonty-two years, Dan's
Deli has only grown bettor and better.
BoForo Dan's Delicatessen oamo Into
existence..Dan worked as mnnagoi f
he Sparkle Market. When he saw L
feLtfC Jf tfi^ being put up
landlord If he could runt space there as
a dell. Dan's store opened for business
on April 1, I960;
At first, Dan's enterprise was a dntry
store. Eventually It grew Into a specialty store that Introduced party traysi
fleer and wine wore added along with
genuine corned beef and kosher salami'
?",? « b A "*?» became a magnificent
Full-Hedged delicatessen.
All of the food at Dan's Delicatessen
Is cooked right In the store. Every Item
Is freshnes?-chocketl to bo sure that It Is
really good.
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corned boef, macaroni and potato
sulads. chill, baked beans and cream
cole slaw, fust to mention a few. The
dell's menu lists over ten dinners and
thirty sandwiches. Dan's also soils beer
and wtne, soda pop, chips and pretzels,
and everything else that makes a doll a
dell,
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At one lime Dan's Dell had room for
fifty people to sit doWn to eat their
food, but today alt dinners are carryout.,
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pan's Delicatessen ts known as the
"Parly Center," Tl.«.y will prepare
beefs, hams or anything else that fits
your fancy for parties, weddings or
wakeB. party trays put together by "the
best tray maker in Ohio," Mary MacDonald, will be prepared upon request.
Party trays or food for the occasion
can be delivered by Dan's, but most of
his Items are by pick up only. Very
soon though, Dan's Delicatessen will
go into delivery to the senior citizens at
Beechwood Tower two times daily.
Dan's Delicatessen Is a happy
business, family run by Dan, his wife
Dale, and his daughter Josephine. The
family's aim is> to dleaBE people, and
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05 on Lake Road next to the Avon Lake
Post Office and Liquor store Is open
Monday through Saturday from 10,a.m.
until 9 p.m., and on Sundays from' I I - i
a.m-until 8:30 p.m.
£
933-2700
CHICAGO PIZZA PUB
Valentine Special - Feb. 14th
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FREE PITCHER OF POP
(DINE IN ONLY)
and
FR EE D E L I V E R Y
We Feature: Pizza, Sandwiches,
Spaghetti & Ravioli Dinner
32089 Electric Blvd.
AvonLak
TROPICANA
RESTAURANT
presents... KICK
Wed., Thurs., Frf. & Sat. 10:30-2:00 a.m.>
& LOUNGE
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LIVE
ENTERTAINMENT
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
MUSIC BY
ROADRUNNER
10 P.M. TIL 2ft.M.,.
WEDNESDAY
Dan Scarplttl
DAVE SANCHEZ SPINS
YOUR FAVORITES FROM BO'S & BO'S
Happy Houi - Wed., Fri. & Sat. 9-lC:30'
Ladles Night-Thursday
223WllllQr Rd.. A.L. 21 & Over Proper (D
VALENTINE SPECIAL
Heart-Shaped
CALZONES
"The Meeting Place for Music Loi/ers"
LUNCH-11:30-2:00 p.m.
SERVE? MONDAY-SATURDAY
EMJOY OUR GOLD DUST SPECIALS]
(3.99) Served Dinner Hrs. ONLY 5-9:30 p.m.|
FRIDAYS - Perch Served w i t h French
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CARRY OUT
LUNCH TIME
HAPPY HOUR
1U.m.-3p.m.
Mon.-Ftl.
HAPPY HOUR AT OUR BAR
MON.-FRI. 3:30-6:30 p.m.
NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 1:00 P.M.
Sun. - "OLDIES J A M " 8;00-Midnight
Rt. 83 & Walker Rd. A . I . 933-2374
We honor Visa, MosterCharge
and American Express ,
21 & OVER PROPER ID REQUIRED^
Dtnnorn Served
Tilt 10 p.m.
33424 Lake Rd., A.L.
SHEFFIELD LAKE
5402 LAKE RD.
SHOWTIME - 9:00 P.M.
FREE CARNATIONS FOR Y.OUR
SWEETHEART
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933-9781 o r
933-3318
AVON LAKE
445 AVON BELDEN
933-3801
With MIKE "MAD DOG" ADAMS
and "FIDDLER" HAL
LITTLE WILLIE AND THE
ALLSTARS
Make Your Reservations Now For
St. Valentine's Day Party-Feb. 12
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DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS
223 Miller Rd./A.L.
FINAL APPEARANCE - W E D .
Good 'oh Southern raunch 'n'roll
FRIDAY • SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCE
1 NIGHT ONLY 10-2 A.M.
CONTINUOUS 10 P.M. TIL2 AM.
RESIMJKANT
FAMILY RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE I
Spaghetti & Meatballs w
DINNER SPECIAL,
M O N D A Y S & TUESDAYS
Includes Kitchen Salad & Roll
.' #$1.99 #
for Vol«n*tno's Pou,hib,14
FULL COURSE DINNER FOR TWO
FILET M1GNON
With A Complimentary Split of Champagne
Ladies Receive A Valentine Daisy
3 LARGE - ONE
ITEM PIZZAS
•10 00 T0GO
Sun.thruThurs;
(Not Valid With Coupons)
ftffiS! DELIVERY
Call 949-8102
am o< to go
F*b,14 & IB
Open Dally H-a.m.-li p.m. n i m w i .
11 «.m.-12 p.m. Fri. Er Sit. Noon-9 p.m. Sunday
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° Avon Lakj»RprreationJQfepi
By Jim Klanlgun
Director
JUNIOR JAZZERCISE,
Under Ihe instruction of Vlckl
Fowkes the Junior Jazzcrciso program
at Ihe Old Flrehouso Is off to a great
start Over 30 children ure now gaining
the advanlugos of this program on
Thursday oftcrnoons. Children Qgos 4 •
13 will improve in coordination, soil
concept and conditioning.
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RECREATION DEPT. CALENDAR OF
EVENTS
Valentlrie Day Party,
Wod"*"Feb. 9, 6:00 P - m " Beach p a r k
Towers, 34,50.
day, (A.M
Monday thru *
> sessions
•.Ice Skating .'Monday, th&. Thurtf,;f
4100-0:00 p.m.. Friday. 4:00-10:00 p.m.;f
Saturday, lOiOOa.m.-lOiOO p.m.^Sunvia
dav ii00-9i00 p.m.. (weather penult^
i B l r l c e Pond. Free. :•• ?*?$!$$
Thursdays. 4=16
sis family discount available.
Dani™ Coordination. Saturdays,
gwdfl Z-Ihru 6. 1:00-1145 p.m.. Old
Firehouso. S12. ,
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Ballet & Tap Dance - Ballet I, Saur
days, 11:15-12 noon., grades 1 thru 7.
OldFlrehouse,S12.
Ballet II. Tuesdays & S ^ Y 3 '
Tuesday 4-30 - 5:15 p.m.. Saturday
12-00 -12:45 p.m.. $12.
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Kinderdance. Saturday. 10:30-11:15
n.m.. ages 4-6, Old Flrehouse, $12.
Melanle Neldinr, and Lisa Vaught en
JoJ Junior JaKerotse at the nfFlrehouae Civic Conter.
NG'S
They're new. They're fresh. They're made from scratch. Delicious buttermilk biscuits. Now at
Kenny King's.
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botches all'day long. So they're always fresh and delicious.
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lot tomOlnaiion «trllelrt«ili O'dol*. Nol unlid *lll>
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other discount OIIPIB. Thli eouponqoM at all parMcloallng Kenny King's (oeslloni, Taho oul oidnis
only. Olfw oiplfDi Apfll 3,19B3,
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pts. and 6 rebou.nds whileJJ.ave Demers. .BOYS^FRESHMAN? BASKETBALL
added 14 pts. and John Morog 10 ptB,
TOURNAMENT
,
Brian Barnhart hit three key foul shots
Avon will host their second annual
GIRLS
CLAIM
INLAND
WEST
^r=<.
CROWN
, In the 4th quarter and alto had 7 assists
Freshman Basketball Tournament star*
and 3 steals. Tim Ruffner, Bob Werner
The Avon Girls Varsity Basketball
ling Saturday, Feb. 12th. Avon's
and
Bill
Bommer
aided
the
victory
with
earn has assured themselves of the InFreshman team will meet Columbia at
fine
defensive
efforts.
Avon
now
plays
land Conference West title by defeating
11:30 a.m. Other first round action wilt
Keystone In their last conference game
see Ftrelands against Keystone at 10:00
next
Friday
AT
Keystone
so
COME
ON
will match them against Lutheran West
a.m.; Independence will meet Brooklyn
with Sara Ondlck snoring lo pts. They
OUT AND CHEER THIS TEAM ON
who ts the Inland Conference East Dlvlat 1:00 p.m. and CuyahogaHeights
bounced back to beat Keystono 24-20
TO
VICTORY
AND
THE
INLAND
plays Lutheran West at 2:30,'p.m. The
with Sara Ondlck, again leading the
fland
i S SConference
S S f ' T h eChampionship
A w U 1 P 1 ^ in lh
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CONFERENCE
TITLE!!!
gome at scoring with 12 pts. and Yvonno Smith
first round will finish Tuesday at 4130
Mldvlew High School this SSturdnv
and 6:oi) p.m. The semi-finals will be
with 10 rebounds. The entire team gets
JUNIOR
VARSITY
BOYS
AT
WIN
NO.
evening at 8i00 p.m. COME ON OUT a 'star' for the win over Columbia 2fl-18
played Thursday, Feb. 17th at 4:30 &
10
,
TO M1DVIEW AND SUPPORT THE
0:00 p.m. The loosers of the seml-fhiil
In a super display of total team effort.
On
Tuesday,
the
J.V.
team
notched
, GIRLS IN THEIR QUEST FOR THE Points scored in a game do not always
round will play a consolation gf.me
INLAND CHAMPION8HIPIII Thev
Saturday, Feb. 19th at 10:00 a.m. v.'lth
represent the total picture of how a up win No. 9 against Brooklyn 53-40 as
everyone
on
the
team
saw
considerable
won over Keystone 43-35 with Burb
the Championship Game at 11:30 r,.m.
garni is, won and this team has shown
action
and
F'1
but
one
got
into
the
scorBraatz scoring t5 p | a . a n d Vickie
on Sati'tday, Feb. 19. Admission will
that throughout the season.
ing
column.
Jeff
Mott
led
(he
w^y
with
Ehrllch 10 ptsi, Karen Miller had 8 pis.
be $1 and refreshments will bo
14
pts,
which
Is
below,
his-season
and 14 rebounds. They beat Inavailable.
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FRESHMAN GIRLS NOTCH SECOND
average.
Pat
Flanagan
had
8
pts.
with
dependence 67-33 with Barb again
VICTORY
Joe
Schafeicontributing
7,
Tom
Ruffleading the way with 21 pts. and Kim
This team bent Lutheran West 28-20
ner 8. Tom Ruffner lead in rebounding
Pahys 17 pts. Continuing on, the team
on Tuesday. Dominating the Insldn
with 11. It was good that evar>onegot
beat Luyanoga Heights 50-48 In Overwere Marianne Slegert and Lisa Bruenlo play so much In front of a Parents*
time With Barb Braotz scoring 22 pta.,
ing with 9 and a points respectively.
Might crowd.
Kim Pahya 10 pta. and Vickie Ehrllch 7
Kelly Jam.ia had 4 pts. and Jonl Marassists. Barb Braatz was aelacted as'
The boys rolled over South Amheret
tinez had J while Almee Furlich and
for 10th win as the lead at times was 20
one of 5 Players of the Month by the
Nadlne Caco each added 2 pts. A strong
pts. Jeff Mott lead the toam with 28
Lorain Journal. Then the girls beat ColThe Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Jaycee
floor game from guards Heidi Staub
KB,; Mike Jarnr* had 11 pts. and 17 reWomen are taking orders for Valentine
la
3 3 9 in O v
and
Laurie
Kvach
enabled
the
Lady
?I?« , i " .
« " m e . Karen
bouida for a fine game. Ruffner & Hlgcandy. A one pound box of assorted
Eagles to control the tempo of the game
Miller's basket with 1:26 left in overglns had 10 & 9 rebounds respectively
homamada chocolates la only $4.
as they both had sevur?) key passes for
time lifted the'Eagles to the win. Barb
as these Eagles controlled the boards 4*7
Suckers and novelty Items start, at 25'.
baskets.
,
Braatz had 20 pts. and Vickie Ehrlich 10
to 30. Everyone played well, It was a
Call Dolt! LeVeck, 949-6025 or Sharon
pis. CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS
good team effort as they were deterDoMartltils. 949-2978 to order.
BOYS VARSITY ROLLS ON
mined to avenge their earlier season
.,' Candy wilt be sold at Fisher's Big
TOWARD
INLAND
TITLE
loss.
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JUNIOR VAR3ITY GIRLS CONTINUE
Wheel In Avon Lake on Saturday,
WINNING WAYS ,
The Avon Eagles held South
February 12th and Sunday, February
Amherst to 5 pts. In the 4th quarter FriThe Junior Varsity Girls have conFRESHMAN BOYS
13th. , . .'
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day
night
to
pull
out
a
50-49
victory.
tinued their very winning Ways as they
The team has carried on learning the
Please, support the Jaycee Women.
The
win
kept
Avon
in
a
tie
wlih
now have a 1S-1 rBcord Tor 1st plHce In
game of basketball as they lobt to In- They are active In Jiclping ;nmny
Flrelands for 1st Place In thB Inlnnit
the Inland Conf. West and 2nd place
dependence 45-33; lost to Lutheran
charities In (he area.
Conference,
West
with
a
10-2
record.
Overall. The girls lest their first and on-,
West S2-28 ai..' lost to Keystone 41-23.
ty losing game to Lutheran West 33-20
Gery Sinltek lend the Eagles with 16-
Jaycse Women
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MORE HELPFUL FOOT-CARE INFORMATION
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ARNOLD T. M AG
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933-8075
The ankle sprain is a common inj
which can result in torn or
jury,
d the
ruptured ligaments around
the
ankle joint. Ankle sprains are not
always attributable to accidents.
Frequently, this injury is recurrent,
and is related to unstable knee,
ankle, and lower joints. This cause
of injury is preventable by the use
of balance devices worn in the
shoes. An ankle sprain can be
more serious than a fracture, and
©1932 ATM
could lead t o permanent
disability. Immerse the joint in
ice water, or use cold packs
around the joint...and see your
podiatrist right away.
Dr. Magy presents this information In
the interest of your foot health. For a
FREE EXAMINATION and CONSULTATION, call Dr. Magy at 327-2440,
Dr. Arnold T. Magy. Physician and
Surgeon of the Foot. Offices in Mills
Creek Commons, 32668 Center Ridge
Road. North Ridgeville.
For Toll Frea Dialing Call 1-800-722-9760.
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Letters
succuss.
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Sovtmtoen bowling alloys participated this yonr ... our many thanks
to bowling proprietors, league
socretarlos and bowlers Tor thalr par*
tlcipatlon.
Our thanks to Elm or Zpllal for his
help In this event. And all the
volunteers for their holp.Wu want to
wipe out cancor In your llfallmel You
domakoadlfforonnol,
Sincerely i
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, Linda Sesock
Special Events Director
43099 North Ridge Rd.
Elyrla, Ohio 44035
Thanks For The Help
Dour Editor*
1 would like to toko thta opportunity
to'lhonk tho young man who stopped to
assist me last Tuesday ovohlng whori
our dog WBB hit by a car. Bridget survived the accident and our family greatly appreciates his quick thinking and
kindness.
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Sincerely,
, Mrs. RussManternach
Cancer Bowl A Success
Thanks
Bowl Down Cancer!
We nt the American Cancer Society
(Loraln County Unit) would like to
thank everyone that helped; make our
19th Annual Bowl Dawn Cancer a big
To the Editor!
The Avon Lake Fire Fighters would
like to thank all thone who made our
21st Annual Dance a SUCCBBBJ especial-
ly the Avon Lake business community
which donated tin generously.
To the businessmen and or course to
those who attended, your patronage
and support aro greatly appreciated.
Slnctiroly,
Wllllum A.MorrlB, prou*
,
Avon Lake Fire Fighters
Thanks for Support
Gemma Rho would like ti thank you
fortha suppbrt your newspaper has
allowed us as a community group this
past year. The projects attempted were
much more successful because of this
tmpport.
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Yours truly,
Gamma Rho
C.A.T. Says Thanks
Thank you f or your co-operation and
apace for publishing the recent Com-
munity Action TDom (C.A.T.) letter
concerning consumption uf alcoholic
beverages and/or Hiognl chemicals by
minors,
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We would also like to thank all those
already responding and allowing us to
print their names. IF others would like
to return their forms, we will continue
to collect them at tho Human Resource
Center Tor our parent directory. If you
have futurn space available we would
like to list uome additional names.
We also appreciate the support of
many local churches and organzialions.
If any persona or organizations have
suggestions or solutions to our complex
drug and alcohol abuse puzzle, please
feel free to communicate with us at the
Humnn Resource Center. We need
everyone's help. WE CAN AND WILL
MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Nancy Cacll and BUI Stives
Co-chalrpersons
C.A.T.
TOP SHELF RESALE | »
CONSIGNMENTS NEEDED
Children & Adult Dress Clothes
! needed for upcoming Easter
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Perfume Bottle
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love
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Exquisite crystal
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that's delivered with
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The freshest'^
offlowers
trimmed with
red & white
gingham
Is pushing all costs sky high, sothe liability
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SATM.TOBP.M.SUNDAVS
| 7 9 C LAKE BD-AVON LAKE.OHIO
Skating Party
A roller skating party
sponsored by the Avon
Eduaatlon Organization
will be held on Sunday,
February U, *9B3, at the
Elyrla Roller Arena, from
BtOO p.m. to 7 00 p.m.
Admission at the door
will be $1 26: skate rental
is 75 cents Advance
tickets costing SI 00 will
be on sale during the
lunch hours at both Avon
Middle and Avon East
Schools from Wednesday, February 9, to Friday, February 11,1983.
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Dancercire
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Sheffield Lake Is sponsoring Dancerchet a7
dancs fitness exorcise
program to mustti, wm
evening at * J" i* *W ^
Elrlnger Hall, 71B H n w *
Rd. The cost Is 920 for the;
s week session. For morel
Information, call Nancysf
Kozlowskl.oM-BZBO.*
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Soup Lunch
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The United Church of M J
Christ, 603 Sunset, Shef- Ml,
field Lake, will serve $$%
another delicious lun-^
c h e o n on F r i d a yn.
February 11, from ll'0
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am. - 1-00 p.m. N1t-t*
menu will conpWt o:
I choice of elthet •"VeB...t«iM
* BroccolL,or,if-V getablej
^Beef^Sotlp, sandwiches^
i_C h a r r y^j AT a r t sV#la ri*di
^bflvflrageV-for SilSO^WB^v $
looted forward to'^serv'inS'r^Vs
andseeingyou, - < « « - ^ "
Stfff
HOWDY!
ONE OF MY FRIENDS WILL WIN A VACATION FOR
TWO AT A WESTERN-STYLE RANCH.
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Win an action packed, fun tilled, 5dayvacaHonfor2atElRancho
Stevens, Northern Michigan's beautiful 1000 acre ranch resort, or
Win a Great prize by guessing just w h e n Pardner's i,O00.0Oath
transaction will occur.,
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•'.,,; has the one'mllllonth transaction. • • . '
To be eligible for one of 4 prizes • Tell Us When the 1.000,000th
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transaction will happen. ' " , • ' ' .
1tt Prb»*a S500 Gift Certificate from the Backpacker's Shop,,
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5128 Colorado Avenue
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2175 E. Royalton Road
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Marketing Department ,
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Here are some clues that might help you pick the winning time
of the 1,000,000th transaction,
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Total transactions 1980
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, 117,453
Avg, transactions per month ,
18.070
Total transactions 1981
, 350.091
Avg; trqnsactlons per mohth ,
29,174
Total transactions 1982 •
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435.179
Ava, transactions per. month
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36,265
Total transactions first 3 months 1982
87,166
Total transactions last 3 months:i982
' 124,767
Total transactions from
June'80 to Dec, 31st, 1982
90Z728
Number transactions needed to hit 1,000.000
97,272
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Pardner's 1,000,000th Transaction Entry Form
Al of Pardnei'i customers have helped him reach this great
milestone. Now let Pardner help you have some fun and mavbe
win some great prizes, Enter today and keep using Pardner
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CANTON - One;hundred fifty underclassmen^
Including 25 who earned^
all A's for a ^perfeclV
grade-point •» average "sYotft
4.0 appear on >he,Walsht£
College Dean's List-for?
the fatl semester of 1B82B3. The Dean's^-LlsU,
recognizes full-time?"
students who achieve,a!1grade^average of 3,5ror^
hlahBr in any semester 'H*'*
Includnd on the fall- O f
semester Dean's List
as '
a n n o u n c e d , by 1"Dr. ^
Laurence J, Bove, dean, "^
are'
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Freshman Monica J. *
Drda, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Drda
of 3685 Stoney Ridge Rd.,
Avon. Miss Drda, who Is"-H •'
majoring in;; elementary ,"
education, is a graduate'
of Lorain Catholic High
School.
Freshman Mark P.
Peterson, son of Mr. and v
Mrs,
Bob Peterson, '
formerly of the Avon area
but^nowof 157 Walsh St.
S.E.,
North Canton;
u n d e c l a r e d major)
graduate of Avon Lake
High School.
think' the 1,000,000th Pardner transaction will hoppen at:
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MEMBER FDIC
Enter as often as you like and send your entrlss to:
Elyrla Savings & Trust National Bank
Attn: Marketing Department, . .
105 Court Street
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Open to onyono • VOU do not have to bo a Patdner us
enlrvtam All entrleilemalrtbtopertvol EST Bonk. V
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SHEFFIELD - Space Cable is havabout the resources available for help!
ing trouble with some "spaces" in
Speakers from the, police depart- <
Sheffield Village, according to several
ment, schools and various agencies will
council members.
conduct the informal meetings.
The cable television firm lias
, A .neighborhood representative will
presented council wllh a map showing
contact parents when a mooting is
wherfrthe firm will string Its Unas to brscheduled In their area.
ing cable into the homes of villagers.
SHEFFIELD LAKE - Cherry (arts
But, the map does not Include several and a soup lunch are on the menu at the
areas that should be eligible for service,, United Church of Christ on Fob. 11th.
according to council members Howard
Tho lunch,, which lit open to the
Bliss and Elmer Scott.
public, runs from 11 o.m, to 1p.m. In
The two councilmen contend that at
Pilgrim Hall, 603 Sunset Avo., Shefleast four areas have been left out of field Lnkoi
the map: a half-mile stretch on ColTho $2.50 coat will .'Include
orado Avenue from Lake Breeze west
homemade croam of broccoli or
to the railroad tracks [15 homes and
vegetable beef soup, sandwiches and a
four business firms): eight-tenths of a
beverage,
mile on Abbe Road, north of Colorado
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE Avenue (3Z homes, a church and four
Brookslde graduate Donald Wyatt Is
business firms]; an 000 foot stretch of looklhg for a 1903 Leader, the Cardinal
Gulf Rood to the Elyria boundary [five
yoar book, to replace the one that was
homes, three duplexes and, one lost in a flood In his basement.
business), and an area near Linda Lane
The year book wan lost shortly after
off East Rivor Road (nine homes).
Wyatt returned home from Vietnam in
,
The firm's map also shows three' 1 9 0 0 . •
streets v/hore there are no homeB, but
Wyatt will bo attending tho 20th class
loaves out others Where there should bo
reunion at BrOoksldo this summer, He
enough customers, Bliss said.
was vice president of his graduating
class.
Space Cable; In a letter, had informed council that the firm had made a
Anyone with a spare 1963 year book
map of the village to include areas with
may contact him at 233-8771.
at least 30 homes per mite. The firm
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE 'feels that any area with less than 30
Atthough the official -registration is
homes per.mile would be unprofitable
over, boys and girls can still play Youth
far them,'
,
Baseball this season if their parents
contact any one of the league officials,
Such a standard would service about
SO percent of tho village's 693 homes,
, Boys and girls teams for seven and
the company said, and omit only those
eight year olds are especially needed.
arBas where the average density was 16
Among the officials to contact are!
homes per mile.
Ken Breeden 949*5944, Terry Van
Mayor Len Pando will meet with a
Uum. 949-2100, Ellis Stevens, 949representative from Space Cable to go 0820.
over the map and also make a house-toSHEFFIELD LAKE — Jon Curtis Is
house survey. ,
the chairman of the Sheffield Lake
Clvin Service Commission. Ho i^as apSHEFFIELD LAKE — The Homo
Spun Crafts sale will be held on Feb. , pointed to a three-year (arm by Mayor
IZth from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at tho Avon
Daniel Fragassi.
Lake Park Building, 32770 Lake Road. ,
Ho has served under Mayor Donnld
Smith whon ho was chairman and lator
The ' fair features items made by
Investigative officer of the board.
senior Citizens or disabled persons from
Jamofl Foirwoathor, newly-appointed
Sheffield Lake. Avon and Avon Lake.
member, WBB elected vice-chairman.
Donors may bring Items foi sale after
;a
a m. on the day of the sale. The ar- He b filling tho remaining two years of
(
tioh», "however, must be made by , tho torm of Jamoa Jennings, who has,
moved out of the city.
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sanlor or disabled residents.
Debbie Akera Is the commission s inFor mote Information eBlU49-B72Z.
vestigative officer. She la aorvlng the
The Bale Is sponsored by the Trl-Ctiy
final year of a three-year term.
Office on Aging.
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Gladys Kastler haB been re-appointed
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE^ secretary, a post she has held sinno
Two area groups have linked up to hold
1962 When Sheffield Lake became a clo series of coffee Matches to Inform
tv and the bonrd was organized.
parents of middle school agB children
SHEFFIELD-SHEFFIELD LAKE about drug and alcohol abuse. ,
Tho annual adult membership drive is
The Sheffield Lake^ Chemical
under way for the Friends of Itu.
Dependency Group ar.d the Sheffield
Domonkas Library.
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Lake planning committee of the Human
The drive, which runs through
Resources Center oro holding me
February, features membership cards
for one dollar. There Is also B $5
neighborhood meetings for parents of
patron's membership, The cards are
sixth, seventh and eighth g™dflrt.
The meetings will identify the pro: available at the library. All proceeds
blemB of drug and alcohol use and are used to help the library.
abuse among students and tell pareniB
ST. TERESA'S
PoLUC, Wednesday Night
Ca«hprlM
7 : 0 0
20REGULAR GAMES
K OF C HALL 1783 MOORE RD. AVON, OH.
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BRING IN AD FOR FREE CARD WITH ADMISSION
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SPECIAL JACKPOT *1000
GUARANTEED JACKPOT *40Q00
Weekly
PHzeS
End of Month Door Prize
Feb. 23rd-1 < ,ur Spray Carpet Cleaner
Family Dentistry
(AT "THE LANDINGS")
MICHAEL J. KEARNS, D.D.S.
JOSEPH E. RUSSELL, D.D.S.
INSURANCE ACCEPTED
PERIODONTAL TREATMENT
MINOR ORTHODONTICS
CROWNS
,
•TOOTH BONDING
•DENTURES
•ROOTCANAL
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
SATURDAY AND EVENING OFFICE HOURS
871-4678
933-4486
LUPECHEVROLET
'WHERE YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORE
PRODUCT AND BETTER SERVICE"
CHEY? TRUCKS
LOW
€
PRICES %
Avon Olde Car Parts Swap Meet
1979 CHEVROLET
E the cars inCar Parts Swap Mont. Dealers
B
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D*S donBttoa will be a dollar, and
doors will bo open 9>0D *> m ' * h £ X
S!00 p.m. The Meet la sponsored b y ^ e
MenF3 Club of Lthe church, and proWith the arrival of Lent, Holy Tr'nlty ceeds'wi" boneftt the church. For addiParish, Avon, announce? not two but tional details phone Ernie, 037-6164.
three Fish Fry dates I
.
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The popular dinners will be held, nn
the following Fridays! February^ljh.
March 11th and March 25th fromi 4.30
to BidO p.m. In the church hall on Nagel
r
Holy Trinity Fish Fry
% t p r i ° c " s for the dinner, which consists of generous portions oi nsnFrench Fries, cole slaw, roll, b u « « and
choIceoF beverage, remains the same
low price of S2.95 for adults, and Si.flfi
for children agpd 12 and under.
Choice t~ '
Gamma Rho
CP ,d Party
CHEVETTE.4-SPQ.
1980 CHEVROLET
CHEVETTE. 4-SPD. _
1980 CHEVROLET $ 4 0 0 0
MOW2A, AUT0MATIC T 43W
1981 CHEVROLET %
IMPALA WAGON
1981 CHEVROLET
MAL1BU WAGON
1979 FORD
GanimaRho's Annual Card ^artyls
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FINANCING
the door, and on|oy the best and biggest
bargain dinner around I
7:00 and last until 10.00, Don
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PANELVAN
1980 MAZDA
PICKUPTRUCK
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1982 CHEVROLET
OPENMON;Er
lTHURS.'TIL9:00P:M.
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February 0, 18811 BJ W
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Gymnastics - Rooky River ( A )
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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
Registration of kindergarten children in tho
Shuffleld-ShefHotd Lako City Schools for the 1983-U4
gchool year will bo held on March 15-10 In each af
tho olomentary school buildings. Parents should plan
on registering their children at thq school building
which basically serves their neighborhood.
Registration hours will be from 9:00-11:30 and
1:00-3130 p.m. each day. In addition, there will be an
evening registration1 from 7130-0!00 p.m. on March
,
15, Children MUST be five years of age by
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SHEFFIELD/SHEFFIELD LAKE
September 30. •
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CITY SCHOOLS MENU
Children need not be present at the time Of
j ! i=, Monday • Ravioli w/Meat, Peanut Butt or Sandregistration. Parents should be sure to bring the
i ', wlcht Croen Boansi Peaches. Milk,
following information to the registration;
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, Tuesday • Hamburger on a Bun. Trt Taterb, Dlcod
1, The child's birth certificate or other proof of
, Fruit, Milk,
. ' • • • ;
birth.
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Wednesday - Peppeconl PUza, Buttarod Corn, Pud2, Proof of legal custody <• if the person enrolling
ding, Fruit, Milk,
,
the child Is NOT the natural parent,
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Thursday - Turkey w/Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
3, Proof of Immunization.,State law requires that a
Broad & Button Tossed Salad, Applesauce, Milk,
child must have completed • or be In the process of
Friday - Grilled Chcnso Sandwich, Soup
completing the following before they may attend
w/Crackors, Potato Wedges, Fruit. Milk.
school {but NOT before registration].
.
COMING EVENTS
- 4 oc 5 Polio Immunization
FEBRUARY .
- 3 combined dlptherla, tetanus & whooping cough
14 ,' Gymnastics-Buckeye (A)
--Rubella - German measles
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SMS 7th & Bth Grade Basketball - Sallorway
-Rubeala - hard measles
Varsity Boys Bnskotball - Avon - oi30 (H)
The Loraln County Health Department nt 9800 S.
Murray Ridge; Elyrla, conducts a free immunization
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, SMS 7th & (1th Grade Girls Basketball - Vorclinic from 1 - 4 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each
milldn Middle (A)
month. For more information call 244-8281
Schools
J. R.'S
BAKERY
At registration parents will bo given Health ,and ,
Dental formB which must be cumpletbd and returned ,
to the school, (These forma may be picked tip In advance of registration to colncldo with early doctor
appointments.)
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It Is very Important that children be registered for '
school in the spring so the schools may determine the ,
number of classes needed, class size, attendance
areas, and haVe necessary supplies on hand the first
day of school.'
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SHEFFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL
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EIGHTH GRADERS SCHEDULE FOR BROOKSIDE
It Is that time of year again In which eighth graders
will be scheduling for Brpokslde High School next
year. On February 22nd and 23rd the Guidance Dept.
will bo talking to 8th graders in their Social Studies
classes about topics such as credits arid' general
course selection. On February 24th, the Brop'.isido
Counselor;) will give each student their scheduling
materials and explain scheduling dhd COUISQS In
detail. Each student should dlscustt their schedule
with their parents, so as to present the,desired
schedule to the counselors on the following Monday,
February ZBth. In order for a schedule to be processed, it must be signed by the parent or guardian, the
, student and a counselor,
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BARR BULLETIN BOARD
Monday, February 14th • Valentine's Day Card Exchange and Treat
Saturday, February 19th - Olympics of the Mind County Competition - LCCC
Monday, February 2lst - Presidents' Day • NO
SCHOOL
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| BAKED FRESH DAILYj
• Pepperonl Buns
933-6595
• Breads
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Important Issues were kept covered up
- but you,can not fool all the People all
of the time - and Ihose issues musi bo
faced now. it Will, from now on, take
mon with Wisdom anu Courage to
make tlio Bost with whatever Issues wo
aro faced. Regardless how great the
Pain and Suffering may bo, don't got
discouraged, perhaps the bad Luck
could ba the Woll of goud Luck. Today
yet,, I thank my Guiding God for Iho
13th (my Lucky Day) of Sopi. 1043,
When 2 men from ilm U.S. Army came
In our Avon Lake PowcrPlant, where I
worked In the'Stonm-elect. department
Here Rick Is
for 15 yrs. and told me to pack up my
A Pleasant bay to,You & Yours!
and,leave tho Plant for the duraOn this 12th of Feb., it will be 174 tools
tion of (he War, because my father in
, yrs.. that in a cold Log Cabin a poor litGermany might ask mo to blow up the
tle Honest Abo was bom, and thni his
Power Plant, What a wise, clever
own efforts and Determinations,
that I kill the hand which fed
became the 18th President of One Na- Foresight?
me and my family. After the War they
tion under God, and the first President
sent a nice letter to tell me that my jdb
born outside the 13 original states. As
at the Plant may be resumed without
he grew up and obscrvod the Wrongs
any trouble, and I wrote right back that,
and (he Evils of Mankind, he made
If I was not good enough ihen, they,
some radical also warning statements,
may have my Job..'I opened up my own
as he said in Jan. 1837, "Those
business, "C. .Motor for any Tiro" on
Capitalists generally act harmoniously,
my own property right on Lake Rd.,
and In concert, to flucce the Poopl*
and What Joyli was, also lot of hardCertainly they have done a Good Job?
work, to serve my people from near
and the Day soon may come, when
and far, for In those days Rt, 2 & Q was
they fleece themselves, for tie who digs
heavy traveled from, East io West, You
a hole for others, may foil In himself see how all things happen for the Best.
and the sooner the better. Another
Well my good Mother, may her Spirit
Quote by Abe, "Surely, we arc not a Rest
In Peace had a saying "Welt in
Nations of Idiots, let the people know
Name, it shall be alrir.ht again".
the facts, and our Country will bo God's
II takes a wild, rough ocean to makd e
safe." Right now as our Country Is
good captain use his heart, Right? Finalvory iriuch Unsafe, our People were far
ly we got whtit we nporl, some snow, ,
from knowing the Facis, and too many
•whiuh gathers nitrogen thru Hie 1 atmosphere and puts that nitric acid In
our Gardens. Meadows and fields Io bring forth good Vegetation, loaded With
Clorbphyll (greon stuff), the vory Life
Line from man and Quest, and we can
observe God's Luw "Thou utiuit eat no.
moot with red blood," or "Thou shall
not kill." |unt lliltik what Fonr niicl
Dlc.viot -dloiiop'Do* cre'ufureil arb"f1lled
with brio re man puts that bullet thru
tholr hoad > could tt bo ilia reason thai
some people arc filled, with Foar ft
Disgust In Mo??? Jusl thinking!
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Carl Molor,
Avon Lako •
Band Aids Meet
The next A.LH.S. Shoreman Bend
Aids' meeting is Wednesday, Fob.
10th. at o p.m. in the high school band
room.
,
Anyone attending the Band Aids'
meeting' are Welcome to watch the
rehearsal of three high school bands for
the Winter Concert.
Winter Conceri ,. is Thursday,
February 17th at 7:30 p.m. Special,
Guest far the evening performance Is
Dr. Donald E. McCathren, Conductor £
and Clarinet Soloist. Tickets for the "evening performance are $2.00 for 8
Adults find $1.00 for Sr. Citizens and ,
StudentB. Advance tickets may be purchased by calling Janet Coffey, 9339196 or Lois Davis, 933*9057,
Band members will travel to Elyrta,
Ohio on Saturday,; Feb. 19th for
District So)o and Ensomblo Contest.
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Chuck Wagon Steak
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Buttered Mixed Vog.
Buttered Bread
Fruit
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Buttered Gr. Beans
Mixed Fruit
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Hamburger Sand.
French Fries
Buttered Gr. Beans
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Sausage Patty , ,
Buttered Potatoes ,,'
Buttered Peas
Buttered Bread
Applesauce
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A.A.R.P. meets 3rd Tues*
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Attention Middle Schoot Parents
Renee Pais Of Creative Colors
Colors Your World
For hundreds of years tho secrets .of
color were known by Iho royal houses
bf Europe, but not until the early part
of this century did this knowledge
become available In tho United States.
With today's bolder more daring
fashions, color has become essential
for the total look.
Renee Pals, a talented young native
of North Ridgevllle with a keen eye for
tight and pigment has brought this
magic , o f fabric and cosmetic
chromatics to Northeast Ohio. AB a,
licensed cosmetologist for. (! years.
Reneo suspected that there was more to
fabric and make-up color than lust
making them match each other. Only o
l o w monthu ago Roneo discovered that
others had felt tho Bathe woy. After
some travel and additional sludy both
In and out of Btato, Reneo, has become
a color consultant.
Her n e w l y . Formed. company (
Creative Colors, stands ready do to
your colors, in consultation, cither Individually or In groups of up to 6 participants.
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Are you a parent of Middle Schoo
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reports of drug and alcohol use and
abuse among your c h i l d r e n >
classmates? To help
The premise Is simple. Everyone's
ikin has a blend of natural pigments.
T lese blends fit Into 4 cetogorleB. For
convenience they are named for the
seiions. Once your season Is Identified, a complete cosmetic look Is applied using sheer muke-ups In colors
which are specifically yours. In addition to thla, you are given a book of
fabric swatches In your colors to
enable you to moro wisely select your
clothing, The consultalon also Includes
tips on clothing style as well as hair
st.'h and color. The'consultation can
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than the price of a wash and permanent.
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Renee Is available for consultation 7
daVs a weok by appolntmimt at hours
suitable to your needs. Her services are
oriented, to the individual man or
woman., ConsultBtion!l and presentations are also available for businesses,
professional offices and clubs. For
more information call Renoo at 3275400.
Read anct use
The Classifieds
and Feeling Bcuiitiful"
V
ffltth;°XX"5*!K
not only of the problems but a i j n e
s o u r c e * available for hotaj a«|jriw of
nalghborhood "coifoe Watches wiu
bo held starting February 8. Sp
from the schools, police £
and various agencies will giv
Capital University Encounter Group
Tho Senior Lutheran League is LookInn forward to their 14th Annual
feeatwhich
will beheld February. u , •
12 and 13 at Christ Evangelical.
Lutheran Church. Avon J*g>. TJj-Jj
counter Group of six to eig
students -bom Capital Uiavrtsltf i j
CDlumbub, Ohio will arrive Friday
evening, and spend the weekend staling bible study, songs, and skttB under
Ballet class will begin tho n # sesatoh February 23rd. Reglatratloi wlU be
on February 23rd before olassi > te cost
for the session Is $12 for reside. IB and
$14 for , non-residents of 8),efflold
Lake. The class Is hold Wednesday at
5!15 • B!0Q at the Shufflotd Lake Community Civic Center located on Lake
Road. The class Is a 0 weok program.
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Nolhhg PIM miiltes any moment m precious.
ALL S A L E S F I N A L ,
Store His.! MOT.,-Tiles., Wed,, Fri. & Sal. 10-6 Thurs. 10-8
the theme of "SelfDiscover)r"
TheEncountorCroup, alongwimiiw
junior and.Sentor Luther Leagues,, wffl
present the 8unday morning worship
Service. andwiUJotn tho congregaUon
In a potluck following the service. Any
teenagers wfchlng to Join to * t o
enriching weekend, plaase call Mrt.
Bill Farmer. B33-08B0 or George Ray.
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Tri-City Office On Aging
SENIOR CITIZEN PRESS
VolI.No.7
Contributors:
WWTell
UuyLamson
MaryMezlak
Blanche Mnrse
Calendar Of Events
(1) Golden Agers meet the first and
third Wednesday o f the month at the
United Church of Christ, 32801 Electric
Blvd. A v o n Lake at noon for a b r o w n
bag lunch. This month they will m e e t
on Feb. 2 n d and 18th. O n Feb. 10th,
Clara Szeldntad will present
a program
on Alaska. '
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(2) Lake Erie Seniors m e e t o n ;
Thursdays at noon at t h e United
Church o f Christ - 32601 Electric Blvd.
^.Dear" friends,
for a catered lunch. Call 933-3688 b y
I^The blah month of February Is here.
.^Everyone I talk to says the same thing --, Tuesday night for reservations. P r o ^ifjlcanget through February, I'll have grams for February Include Banjo A l
lyttmsde.1" •';
'...'''', and a birthday slng-a-long o n F e b . 3 ,
^ S With all the talk we hear about the films o n Feb. 10th,, Ross Herrick and
?baoV. thing* people do, it's time to hear Peru o n Feb. 17th, and Elsie Blitz and
^ about some of the good thingB. It's hard the Square Dancers on Feb. 24th.
i;to"'describe the, feeling you get when
(3] Autumn Rebels, meet for a n o o n
catered luncheon o n Tuesday, Feb. 8th
'ou' nee, people working together to
and Feb. 22 at the Barn. 37711 Detroit
elp-'phe; another, Thla was the case
Rd. In A v o n . Call B34-5449 by Sunday
(Plwhen we gave surplus butter away.
•People just cyme In and helped. Men evening for reservations.
/carried cases of butter In and left their
(4) Sheffield Lake Seniors meet on
£names7ahd phone numbers to help us Wednesday, Feb. 9th at noon at the,
unload
^when more conies In. A lady
Sheffield Lake Community Center 4S75
lU8tvBat down' and helped get taforma- Lake Rd. in Sheffield Lake.
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J.tlori'and diatribute when she sow we
(5) AARP Chapter 2 8 « m D e l f l _ ° n
were shorthanded. Anyone who has Tuesday, Fobrunry lBtn
'lost faith In oeople needs to come In
brown bag lunch at the
of Chrlal, 32001 Electric
. o hoar
iland-seeUhat: people are Innately good
Sand wiMr,g; to help one another. We Tom Avalon, the Say Village PharlalsaWant tottbinkMayor: FragRBBi for
m a c l a t i ' ! •••».:•
i;bii>pportYiri these ventures
andI tho
IB) The Tri-Ctty Office on Aging
to r
fXorai^Salvatlon Army . * f C &
Board of Directors meets on
feobn^as
we gel more cheese, bu ter Feb. 19th atUOO p.m. at tlie S
$etc. in, wo will lot you * " ° w : ?*£ J f « g
Community'Conter. Visitors aro most
^.Information we . received J j » * "H welcome.
; % distribution of butter and cheese w j
I «2r<i.ito piaCB o n the same-day, l/awn ,""
*wspapers arid listen to the radio for
B4^Havaanlcemonth.aryMei;iak
AARP Chapter No. 2643 wlIV he
[Director's
Message
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AARP
IncjohneTax
for
,>>:: quasVlontthat haB come - r --.
" •;concerningIncomefromIngres)
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VoL1,No.7
Feb. 9,-1983.
someone for 3 days, the postman will
notify the Avon Lake Police Uept. The
Police will then pull your card and call
the contact person. If the contact person cannot bo reached, the police will
visit, tho Postal Alert homo to see if
assistance 1B needed. If you would like
further Information please contact
Mary Jo Etter at 933-6870, Suaan Kltch
at 933*6589, or Laura Hollinger at 9338757. You can also call our office. This
Is a very good program, so please sup*
por.lt.'.
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Filling Out Med.
B.C. Forms Etc.
Blood Pressure
Clinic':; "rO'sfff'iSaturday F<3b. sth from 10:00 till 2:00
p.m. at Chef Henri's - Avon lakeiShop-;
ping Center. Sponsored by the Avon
Nurse Association.
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Saturday, Feb. 5th from 10:00 'till
2:00 p.m. at Thrift Foderal Bank inlhe
Shoreway Shopping Center. Sponsored
by tho Jaycettos of Sheffield Lake. ,
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Homespun Crafts-; ;!
Tho Tri-City Office on aging assists
people with Medicare. Blue Cross and
other insurance' forms. We have the
forms and will be glad to help you complete them. Call our office at 949-6146
for an appointment. Also Gordon Ran*
dolph will be available in our office.
Call 949-8146 for an appointment with
him at our of flee
Homespun Crafts will be hold on the
Becond Friday cf the month, Feb. lltL
from lOiOO to 4:00 p.m. You will find,
new ltemB available as wall as the
familiar bid ones. Tho sole is hold at the
Old Recreation Bldg. on the Lako Rd. In
Avon Lake. Came In and register for
the door prize, no purchase necessry,
The p^l-o is a $5.00 gift certlficato for
hn Item on sale. We are open ot 6!00
a.m. to take in new crafts. All proceeds
go back lo the maker. For mota Info.
Reach Out And Touch
Someone Award
call 048-6722.
This month's award goos to all thn
pooplo in this aroa who have been BO
helpful in,dlBlHbutmg surpluo food. Wo
"don't know all your names, but our
thanks go out to you. In this day oF
hearing so much bad about people, we
fool It 1B time to talk about some of the
good thingB pooplo do.
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Will Toll
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Disabled Parking
Stickers
Guy Lamson explained the rules mrd
teHulations for receiving'a disabled
parking teg. Lot us, just reiterate thimi
tor you. To apply fot an appIlcDtlon ' nr
a dlBobled placard, you can write to . ie
Bureau of Motor Vehicles, p . o . J!>.x
10521, Columbus, Ohio 43216 - Atl itlon: Special PlQtca. You may QIHO •,'ill :
at 614-883-7596. Tliora Is a one ttmo >'U*
ly charge of 55.00 for the placard. TMs
placard can be placed in the window tif
any car the disabled person Is riding in.;
Meals-On-Wheels
Our,Meals-bn-Wheels program continues to operate five days a week at a
cost of $2.00 per day, If you or soat noon at the United Church of
meone you know, is unable to prepare
32601 Electric Blvd. in Avon - - - - . ? their
own meals due to llness dr dtabU lsabelle Weavert program chairman has
ty in Avon Lake or Sheffield Lake call
arranged lor Tom Avalon, B pharmacist
TCOA office 949-8146 so that we
?rom Bay Village to speak on drugs and oar
arranae to servo these people. In
presclptions. Blanche Morse, the new-, can
Avon' plSse call Marge Spatafore at
ly elected president of AARP tavUes
937-6816.
visitors to attend this P « 8 « ™ ^ h f » J *
a brown bag lunch before the program.
There Is also a small charge for drinks
and to contribute to the church toward
the utilities. The officers ot AARP
would like to welcome anyone over 6S
BARNHART'S GIFT GALLERY
to .attend their r a t i n g s .
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Gifts For Afl Occasions Plus Antiques
Adult Health Clinics
J ST'fni'ptirar*! .
andGlasswaie
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CaBonce.
AndforalL
come is over It must all be listed. There
•.trim deduction for any *g;«J* *™
year, but according to tb- dtoWct
.supervtoor that's the way «ib. You can
(get:help directly from the IRS at 300
288-1703
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Avon City Hall; and St. ----—
Church in Sheffield Lake.(Call the Red
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Seniors in Avon •nd;Avon, Lake may
postal Alert
call 933-8141 and ask, for the Service
Dept. Make your request a monthlnaj
, vance if you can. The bus goes.to MW
way, Mall on ,Wed. and shopping at
Fazio's .on, Thais. Make your Medica
Appts. in advance Ifposs »ble. In Shef
and do not
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Julie Bays, Krlsten Braun, Dtnne
Hassei, Kevin Kratt, Jeanlne Martini,,
die School have « ? h t S &Vfar Richard Poruban, Timothy Rak, Jason
Smith and Joe Spelgle.
academic honor roll or ihe merit roil wr
SEVENTH GRADE • All As and Bs
tha third grading period.
,Hnniror
and 1 C; Kenneth Gerhart, Michael Ic*
FIFTH GRADE - All AB. Jennuer
vin, Kristin McDanlels, Jill Snyder and
MaryWrlght.
EIGHTH GRADE - All As* Kelly
Burgess, Doug Matt, Jackie Martin
and Claudlne Slegert.
, EIGHTH GRADE - All' AB and Bs'
Carolyn Auble, Brian Bliss, Bill For*
thofer, Greg Haydon, Peggy Kraus,
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Dave Marlette, Faith Paulchell, Nick
Perrotto, Ted Ruffner, Mike Stockard
Schneider, Kelly Sparks, Matt
and Kathy Teamed
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Slockard, Leslie Wilson and
EIGHTH GRAjJB — As and Bs and 1
Workman;
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FIFTH GRADE - As and Bs rnd • t . C: Brad Alten, Hotdi BroadWell,
Michelle, Elliott, Scott Goemmel, Kim
Cory Flaher. Christopher Garrit . *ynn
Klmberly, Bill Patterson and Angela
PerroUo,, Tyler Ruffner, D«™jrtrtok.
Robinson. '
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Eric Slegert, Dawn Smith
SIXTH GRADE - Vi As:
Lucey and Jennif-sr ^ , chy..
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SIXTH GRADE - A . Aa and Bs. Kim
The following student-. al Avon Mide
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Did You Know
Brndshaw,
Gaorge • DOUIOB.
JSti
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Dz.ibak. Jennifer Easterly.: ChrW
Englund. Carole Fanlozzl. William
Grake, Paul Cudde, Marl Gundersen,
Karen Hogrofe,, Kris H;, m, KB ly
Hughes, Kathy Kelloy, Brian McCallic,
Jeff Miller. John Miller, Mlcheln Montpetlte, Tom Paulchell, Jennifer Phillips,
David Pocos, Jeff RldgBway, Amy
Spatafore, Rob Wenzler and Deborah
SCHILUNCER AND RE1LLEY
TO BE REDSKINS
ANDY SCHILLINGER, the coM.V.P. ol Ihe Southwestern Con. [erenco and of Avon Lake's Championsiilp football team, and SHAWN
REILLEY, an All-Conference tackle,
have both received four-yoar footbal.
grants to Miami of Ohio University.
COACH TIM ROSE will visit .Won 1
lake today to sign the pair to a •national
letter ot Intent. Both wore highly
recruited from schools in BB well os out
the field house Thursday evening. I am
sure you Won't be disappointed. ,AdmtaBlon prices are $2.00 for adults and
$1.00 for students.
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Chris Braun, Russ Campbell, Cathy
Crawford, Heather Kirk, Heidi Kirk,
Chris Kv itek and Becky Martin. • :
SEVENTH GRADE - All As and Bs:
SHOREGALS DRAW SOUTHVIEW IN
FIRST ROUND OF AAA TOURNEY ,
The 1983 Girls' Sectional/District
Haaketball Tournament will be held at
Westlake High School this season. The
Shoregals will play Saturday. February
10 at •i.lB p.m. whnn they will take on
the "Sumta" of Southvlow High
School. If thov should win thoy would
play ugain on Saturday, February 28 at
2:45 p.m. vs. the Bay-St. Augusfne
winner.
Dean's List
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The following students
from this area have been
named to the Dean's List
for the 1962-83 Autumn
quarter at the University
of Cincinnati;
Rohert Conrad, son of
ot «tnti». A.NDV ami SHAWN werij the
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Confirst of a number of alhlates from the
rad, Detroit Rd., Avon.
community to announce their intenDaniel
Haradem,
Garden Drive, Avon.
tions. Others will be committing within
the next month In what appears to be a JIM BLACK. RANKED
John Evans, flon of Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Evans,
banner year for Avon Lake athletes.
THIRD IN STATE
Avon
JIM BLACK received a forfeit Friday Carriage Lane,
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UNDEFEATED GIRLS' BASKETBALL
night against 01ms ted Falls to run his Lake,
TEAM TO HOST BAY THURSDAY
Sharon
Marttn.
record to 18-1 on ihe year. The 98 1b.
The Avon Lake High School girls'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
wrestler had that day been ranked 3rd
A • P . Me t z g e r ,
hasketball learn, 18-0 on Ihe season,
In the state by the Ohio Wrestling
Moorewood
Avenue,
will host Day, 15-3, In the final home Association publication. Chip Klllus of
game of the season Thursday night at
Bay was ranked lBt p*?d Jim Biggs of St. Avon Lake.
B:30 p.m. For those of you In the com- Ed's 7th. Both wUl muet JIM in the Sec- ' Lawrence Mitchell, son
munity who have not been able to see tional Tourney to be hold at Avon Lake
of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mitour finest girls* basketball team In the High School on Feb. 25 and 26.
chell, Lake Road, Avon
school's history, Ihlnk about coming to
Lake.
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NATIONAL RELOCATION
Avon Lake
933-2500
CENTBR
Cleveland
TRADE IN PROGRAM 871-5255
12% FINANCING
On nice tliroo bedroom ranch with full basement, gas
heating, carpeting o n l \ 1 Y^ar old, 2 car garage, and
fenced In yard. Good location and only asking $53,500.
Call John bsabu for tour today.
SMUGGLERS COVE CONPO
One floor living with three bedrooms, 2 full baths, utility
room, formal dining room, 2 covered patios, one
overlooking golf course off • master bedroom.
Maintenance fee.Includes heat JIid water. Tennis
courts, pool and rec centor for the easy life. Priced at
858,500. Cell Cathy Hugick for details.
NEW LISTING
Hemodeled three bedroom home situated on double lot.
consisting of new kitchen with eating space, master
suite with full bath, and dressing room and walk-In
closet, full basement, new 2 « car garage,.and
maintenance free alum, exterior. Asking S53.900. VA
asaumable 8.50% rate. Call Jackie Carraway for details.
vldlnn $875,000 was "»""-:-7^;";
schoogl operation. Figures ™ c ^ e f e
January from the county audiiqrahow^
the 2:90 figure has already been redto^
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Radio
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Freight
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1979 DODGE ASPEN
2 dr., 6 cvl., automatic, radio, pokier
steering, while wall & wheel covers.
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1980 DODGE OMNI
024, automatic, AM-FM, powar
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32745 WALKER RD.
EXCELLENCE A T ITS BEST
Four bedroom split with full basement, family room, rec
room with bar, 214 car attached garage, 2% baths, formal and Informal dining areas, matntanance frae ex1
tcrior, many extras and In MINT condition. Excellent executive area in the center of Avon Lake. Call James A .
Gemellla, Jr., today to see this QUALITY custom built
home.
NEED MORE ROOM?
Then this four or five bedroom ranch with 3 baths, 2W
car attached garage, largo kitchen with eating space,
full basement with finished rec room with bar Is for you.
WoodbUrntng fireplace In living room, addition can be
master suite or in-law suite. A great buy for only
469,900, Call Jackie Carraway for appointment today.
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3 bedroom ranch with 2 car detached garage and fenced In yard. All appliances stay. Call Jeanne CuttS today
and see why this home can speak for Itself.
SO M U C H FOR SO LITTLE
In this two bedroom home with VA car garage, large
double lot, 17x7 sun porch, appliances, utility room,
and In move-In condition. Great starter or retirement
home. Call Rose Kllmkowskl to see today. .:' '
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WILLIAMSBURG COLONIAL
Area of no-,'' homes features this four bedroom colonial^
with 2 K baths, full basement, 1st floor, Utility room,
family room with woodburnar, large, country1 kltcherv
formal dining room, and many extras.! Cannot be
duplicated for asking price and only 2 years old. Call1
Jackie Carraway for personal tour.' .,
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173 Frederlcksberg Dr., Avon Lake. W e build custom
homes on Vi acre wooded lots. Come and see our three
bedroom,ranch model featuring 2 ftiij baths, formal and
Informal dining areas, woodburner In great room, GAS
HEAT with low monthly bills, first floor utility room,
closets galore, and many extras*. QUALITY thrUoUt.
Landscaping, generous decorating allowances, and
FIXED 30 year rates available along with a trode-ln program. Why not call for more Information today. James
A. Gamellla, Jr. OPEN SUNDAYS 1-4,
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EST To Celebrate 1,000,000th ATM Transaction
Hour
."Automatic
Toller Machine, will soon have Its onamillionth transaction, and the bank has
.announced plans for a spoclnl promo'
tlon and contest to celebralo the event,
according to Alan L. Murphy, Sr.'Vlco
President, Marketing,
"This is quite a milestone for this
particular bank sorvice,'' Murphy sold,
ana wo plan on recognizing the
customer who has the 1.000,000th transact on by giving that person a real
western style vacation at an actua
ranch-resort to symbolize the cowbov
naturo of Partner."' The contest part
comes In whereby anyono can guess
lust when the l.OOU.OOOth transaction
will occur and win one of 4 other
prlzus. These are:
1st Prize • a S8D0'Glfl CcrtiflcntG
from Qhlg Canoe Adventures'
Backpacker Shop In Sheffield Lake.
MiC Prize - a $250 Gift Certificate
from the North Eaton Hardware and
Tack
Shop in Columbia Station.
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3rd Prize - a $200 Savfngs Bond from
ESTBank.
4th Prize - a 5100 Savings Account
from ESTBank.
Holy Spirit Guild Meets
rtn Thursday evening, February
17Hi, Holy Spirit Guild will hold Its
monthly meeting at 410 Lear Rd
[Across from Fastio'sJ. A soup and
sandwich meal, prepared by Its
.members, Is planned. Soup's on at 8:30
p m Guild members and their friends
are Invited. The guest speaker for the
evening Is Lois Wagenkehcht, " The
Glass Expert". She will give a talk on
the art of Antiquing and Garaging. A
collection of gold and white tableware,
antiques, crystal and china will bo
shown.
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Because of numerous requests, the
program will be open to the public at 8
p.m.
Local newspaper and radio ads will
provide clues to help I ho public guess
when I ho transaction will happen, with
tho actual winners determined by the
bank's auditing department,
"We have somu real nice prizes for
the winners of the contest," Murphy
said, "and' we at the bank hope
a very a no joins us in the fun of the
celebration."
Bunk customers who have a Pardnur
24 Hour Banking card and use It arc
automatically eligible to win the ranch
vacation. Entry forms, for guessing
whnn the 1,000,000th transaction will
happen, will be Included In the
newspaper (ids and be available at tiny
E.ST office.
Total ATM transactions exceeded
438,000 In 1082 with nearly 26,000,000
in dollar volume. As of December 31st,
1082, only; 07,272 more transactions
were needed In the early months of '83
to reach tho 1,000,000th plateau.
Birdseed Sale
Avon Lake Boy Scout
Troop 300 Is holding their
year long wild birdseed
sdle. This Is a deluxe mix
of seed which attracts
many beautiful species of
birds living In our ma.
To place
your order,
please1 call one of the
following: Rich Zullo •
B33-4873; Bob Koren , 333*6008 or Howard
PrBSsnell - 933-8288.
Seed Prices are - 25 lbs.
•35,00 and SO lbs. $0.00.
Jim Miller 8Associates Realtors
660 Dover Center Road
27 Dover Junction Mall
Bay Village. OH 4O40
Cleve.
Loraln
835-6500
933-6550
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Crooked & crowded
teeth, If (routed early,
often pi events prolonged orthodontic treatment and iixtrtctloos
during the teons. A
tt'ruded low?r |aw,
which makei the upper
front teeth appear to
look "bucked", or protruded, can be treated tractions ^during the
with, a removable ap- "teens!-.".' V
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pliance to stimulate the
message brought
grewih and reposition- to This
you In the Interests of
ing of the lower few to bettor'
denial hea/lh
give the child a better from the office of Dr,
appearance thereby Robert L. Rassic, 225
eliminating prolonged Miller Rd., Avon Lake.
treatment requiring ex- Phone 933-ZS49.
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WHV WOT INVESTIGATE THIS VALUE?
/ 82S19 At only $89,900 thl? la ti fine vajue for those look1 Ing fora largo family tiome. With ovar 2700 aq. H. of tlyE
i>lng area'.there ts "elbow" room lor th« .large family. 4
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b8drooms, TA baths, famllv room plus finished basement & within steps to the elementary school. All largo
looms. CallJIm or Carol Judge at 933-6550 or 335-6500.
HARD TO BEUEVEFI OHLV *3S.B00
82560. Thl9 attractive 3 bedroom bungalow with nowur
cream colored aluminum aiding is an outstanding value
In todays market. I K cor detached garage. Will sell
V.A. of F.H.A. with normal doVwn payment, could be
, loss than rent. Cnll Jim or Carol Judgo at 933-6550 or
835-6500.
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tC«n« o( Lake. Moon & Electric)
CANT PAY VOUR BILLS ON TIME?
There are often alternatives to bankruptcy, wage earner plans, and trusteeships
although sometimes these are the best
procedures Jo follow.
U^Ki'don,.Tiles..Thurs)OA.M.-lil:0OP.M»
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LORA1N!
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833-0231
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3ANDUSKY:
10% A S S U M A 3 L E L 0 A N
B4500, Three bedroom ranch'on a large lot, Perfect
starter home, $39,900. Mark Lundy.
EXCEPTIOWAL2 BEDROOMIII
'84884 All1 the works been done In this well maintained
" home! New kitchen which Is very eye pleasing & knotty
pine breakfast nook.1 Completely new bath.. 11 yr. olu
roof & newer concrete drive. Money saving $42.00 gas
budget. Garage ts fully Insulated & with gas tine for heat
could be a great hobby shop. At only 646,900 It could bo
less than rent. Will V.A. or F.H.A- Call Jim or Carol
Judge, 933-6550 orB35-6500.
871-2228
(4191025-1fid3 ,
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?OUIMTnY SETTING AVOW ONLY W7.9Q0
R2520. Attractive well kept 4 bedroom, 2 bath bl-level
home with heated 2 car garage plus hobby or workshop
garage In rear. F.H.A. appralsedll You'll anjoy the rura
sotting & opun spaciousness.' Owner relocatlngll Cell
Jim or Carol Judge, 933-6550 or 835-6500.
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85299. For only e very fewl Quality aboundsIn.this.ink..
Ing 2 bedroom lakefront home. Pegged « * h ™ * * * *
floors thruoutl Peruvian quarry tile Wtchenflow. SoId
cherry wod paneling In .pactoui119x17famil¥' « « n . w h h
hiioe oversized fireplaco hearth. Pella v w o d * l n d w »
thruout, security system & underground sprinkling
system. Spectacular lake view. Call Jim or Carol Judge,
933-6550 or 835-6500.
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821W This enviable Pilllard Colonla' la located on a
lovelv tree lined street of tiueiity homos; Centured on on
oversized 175x203 ft, wooded lot, it offers all tho
amenities vou expect In a gradoilb home; 4 generous
slta bedrooms, 2Y> baths, family room with woodburner, formal drawing room & finished basement
Curb oppeal Is enhanced, by side entry garage. 12% 30
yr. financing. Call Jim or Carol Judge at our new no.,
933-6550 or 835-6500.
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3/000 Detroit Hd.
Awoti. Ohio '
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5'J338. Attractive 3 bedroom tanch with ™ " W | ! * ! " " i ;
crten, fQ"c»d yard and Oarage. Asking M3.W0. Cei'
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CAROL R A M A Q L 1 , B33-«196.
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NEW CPJ THE M A H k t r AVON LAKE
A nu'tmr »!';" 'I hmJtuom, I V, .bath tjiitiunlow with (inliiv
ml ijiiiMirniiiti, hiiii/owiy "»'l n.HaiJiijii gormi'i. .Cntnlilcluly miliir-ucittit. All Htchun npplloncoa mtnaln In•'(.lutiiriti ii riiiw mlciowjwu ovun. SARAH CHU.1CM,
933-B1B6.
Euurvitilntl olioiii1 thin 4 btidmtmi hotnti in «ur«ctlv« • ih«
••Mlfirj. firMfjI/ico. btjtjtuomn. ftont porch, unrj fltiitnci"». Cnii...• •,*,„,
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MR. ED MITCHELL, 933-619B.
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Irvine room, separata fining
nomJMW*S'^»^
sinn Bpaca. Asking «3,9OO. Call CAROL RAMAGLl;
933-3196.
SELLER WILL ASSIST IN FINANCING
47756, Outstanding value • 4 bedrooms, Vk baths, lull
basement, Lakevlew Park area, Lorain. Seller anxious to
move out-of-state and willing to consider all reasonable
offers. Asking $51,000. To see call MARY VORISEK,
9334195.
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AVON LAKE,~~Yodtr Blvd., 3
bedroomt, 2 bathe, ranch, plenty of
storage must see to appreciate,
163,B00,934.B491of933-4W6.
Avon Laka Home for Sale By owner
3 bedroom tpPt with many axtrat
CallS33-Z«32.
3 Bedroom Brick Ranch, boternant
all apptlanca), • own at financing,
9 H % . Redwood, Balmararea, 1-333
4964,
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In Avon Lake. 139,000,
llnanclng available, Call 933'
Lots and Acreage
For Sale
DUllliABLE LOT In Avon • M M I I W I I
jiie.»i»l lae'Alcn. Phona 933-4314/ .
Lot* lot Sale
3 CNiice building tots in a Vary
dejl'nblo Peiklnt Towmhlp SubDlvi«"tti, C I O M to Churchet, Schoola
end nimpplng. Phono 826-0711 (or
moiti inlotmailon.
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Fanirtsiis building lot located in Huron
TownsIilp. This lot it unfounded on 3
sides bv Watar • ihe Huron Rrvst oh
one 3"ln and tho Huron Lsgooni an
Ihtt oiliui two. Muit ba leen to be opc l i i t . AiMng 150,000.00. Phona
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2 Elmhiitit Csmatarv Lota, 4400.00
flBCl'- Writs; Louli Fa thing, Boa 2S3,
Bull yHt,;ili, Atk,, 72819,
12 , Business
Opportunities
Man pi Woman • Ba your own boss,
set ynif onn houri, (rlnga benlita, insuranhe, Fot mora inlormatloni call
933-8234.933-6992,349-2738,
ifili MifiiSifilarniTimiMiaiiHigirirTBiiiiii
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niiiCmmmi TaFfif "•• " l W L j m i 3 l i y ^ T *
u # n your own Jeen-Soortawaar,
Intsnl-Pieloan • or ladrts Appatai
SloJa. OHsUng all nationally known
btand* such as Jordache, Chie, Lee,
Uvl.
Vandarbllt, Calvtn ' Klaln,
Wrangler over 200 oihar brands.
17,900 to *ie,900 Include* beginning
inventory, airfare lor on« to Fashion
Cantar, training. Hiturag.grand opening promotions. Call Mr, Kostackv
16011,3278031. '
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QFFIC FOR BENT! Sulto available in
Professional Building, 1000 Sq. Ft,,
B33-4314,
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OFFICE SPACE • The perfect location! 515 AvoniBcldsn Rd, <Rt. S3!
nsar WalVei Rd. in Avon Laka. 1500
• a . It, Includes laaaaholda, oas host,
Eatlly accwitble In 1-90,933-6908.
•HUBO*< • L I K E " ' N E W DUPLEX, 2
i bedioomi appliance!, carpeted, utility
room, near shopping and boach.
LatM. u Hilt las, Mcurtty. S239 mo.
Phone 433-5OBS.
2&3BEDROOM
DUPLEXES TORRENT
IN SUBURBAN LORAIN
• Pleasant neighborhood n u i Colorado 6 Kaiitaa A v V i
• Prlwataly ownad tt managed
• Altractlve floor plans
• Largt yards
• Fully carpaiad
• At a renlai baMd on your Income (or
aualtfled moderate Income families
• Applications now.baing accepted
lorourwtltlnglltt
Cillo.-1-439-3800
Equal Houtinfl Opportunity
2 BH Home In Sheffield Loke,~base"
men I, f*nc«d>ln yard, garaga,
a32i.GOmontri,-iopata,933-9020.
Avon Lake, 3 bedroom'ranch, 2 tull
baths, family room, (Innlico, full
boMmant, din Inn room, aecurlty,
»400amonthiCall933-2144, 1
Doivnitalri of double house for rant,
3 flRi, Oetrolt Rd., Avon, 934-5915
afterap.m..
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WANTED •• Someone to share 6 BR
homa. Call after B p.m. 933-B902. •
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Picture building your dream house amid tovwrhig J W , ?
enhanced b V a babbling brook meander ngflilon g a pit-1;
turonquo ravine. It ddes exist right hare In Avon. •ThMM».
, in^t' 1 of many bulldabio tow available In j ^ o s v ^ S o m e j
havo cas available.) Call today.,HELEN BOQQS. w * - . j
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This 3 boiroom homo tins a gro
aumablo loon ut 8tt
• nti.iuol poicenlOQo roto. Alumin ,'• J siding hos boon oddoti, located on a nlco streat in Sheffield Lake; Por a par.
donnl (but coll HELEN BOOGB. 833-8196.
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- .wi/dlnihg room, (Ireplaco. 1W baths, and attached 2s"1
car garage.,' All with special financing. : MARK:
MO RAN, 933-6195.
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SALBUM ABLE MOnTOAOE
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52932. BeautifUllv decorated 3 bedroom horrm ' • ' • • ' " •
walking dbtanfta to school. NeW carpeting ano
r m l n u m siding. Price reducad 92,000. Call CAROL;
RAMAQLI, 933-6195, for i l l the details.,
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DELIGHTFUL CAPE COP
Very nicely kopt ond decorated with largo roc-"^, 2 car
garage with nice aet-up for Work shop, and panoieo me
room In basement. Call MR. ED MITCHELL, 933-6195.
3 BR. COLONIAL, 953,500
Below Malket Financing on this very cozy home, Con-'
venlently located in Avon Lake with basement, large
rooms, screened porch, and much more. MR. ED MITCHELL, 9334186.
Landings Condo for rent, 2
badrooma, 1460.00 a month. Call Mr,
510118,933-3801,
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Situations W a n t e d
Will babysit, my home, wall • * •
peilanced, full or part-tlma. Call
before 7 p.m. 933-2027.
H O U S E W O R K / H O U S f CLEAri\HQIV " f R L Y CARE. Honast, clean.
Wanted • Ambit lout, parson who dependable. Good rafernces, B334694 after 3:00 p.m.
loves T-inlfts, peoole, and lots of
money. W a ne»d styllats. Have (un
Cara lor the aldarly, day or evening.
while making good inoney to ai'apleCan give rafetancea, 949-5409.
i.iant family Inioma, Call bah , 110 ' Will babyiit, your home or mine, own
7 2 3 S W 1 B
transportation, Midway Mall aieoi 1323-2B4B.
JOC OVERSEAS • Big mon.y fait.
•20,00 to 150,000 plua par year. Call
1 •718-8426000, E»t. 3788.
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Retiree Group
seeking office
WANTED • Dependable, experienced
moltiar to Vvateh one year old bay. In
Ihe Avon arei, Plaasa call attor 8
p.m., 934-50B2,
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Ambitious people ttj work oart-tlme,
no aipeilanca neadgd, Call 933-8679,
mk lot Pen.
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Part-dm a folk truck d'lvat with prior
experience needed. Send Inoul'los.
and/or rasumis to P.O. B o i 183B4
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Public Notice
CALLCALBURME1STER
933-3766
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51816. .Large living room, eat-in kitcnenV,wlth i;apji|i
pliances, 3 bedrooms, den and garago. Prlcareduced to| ; t
$46,500.,Call CAROL R A M A f
933-VW^:^;;wti^M
LOOK INSIDE...
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PublicNotlce
For FrM Book of Chrlit, Vrtit to the
Ameriun Continent, call ZB80434,
323-3153.
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EARrJ11.7t'%CNI.R.A.
Individual, Retirement,
Annuity
Rollover I.R.A.'s eligible
Call WesAlven
Today 933-8875
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Personals
LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY; Take NEW
B-SLIM diet olon. and Aquewep
"wgttt nl'l>". Cntml)! Shop, Avon. ^
Unemplovad family man needs work,
wollpeou'lnp. palnllng. rqoflnrj.
genarel handyman, 933-88S3i
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Services
Buck's Hardwert, 37079 Del'Oll Rd..'
Avon, Storm window and screen
repair. CBH934-S119.
FREE LANCE PHOTOGRAPHER '
Color weddlnai my apeclstty,
933-8753.
,t | PIANO Technician, Paul C. Jonas,
tuning ' repairing, regulating. Cell
933-JK.'.
Minner Piano Tunlni) Et Repair, piano
lesioni, reasonable rataa. Call 949-.
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MnnOWUTANUFE INSURANCE
M HRO PO LtTAN AUTOfrHOM EOW NiRS
ME1R0WUTAN HOSPITAUZATION
MnR0P0LtTANI,flA p SllJ5*
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Help Wanted
.Beautician with, follow Ing. Atk for Al,
cleaning/ground
caHB33-8880.
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maintenance work
Pan-lime dental receptlo.ilst, maluta
parton, will train. Send (esume to
WritB P.O. Box 116
Avon Lake Press, P.O. Bon 103-K,
Avon, 0.44011
Avon Laka, 0.44012,
CRUISE SHIP JOBSI Great incom*
Dapondabla. oncerlenced molhv
potential. All occupation), Tor In' with excellent referenda, will babysll
formation call 131,21 741-9780, Ext, | In my home. Eastvlew School district.
1516,
Call 018(^933-9301.
ATTENTIOrUICENSED REALTORS; Experienced cara tty your toddler
RnBn(JaI^laj]n|aB^A||fiBiiIfii staf. while your work, Mull Aye,, B33-W4.
vice all-IUU O! LeKman > John son Will babysit in mV home. Eaitviaw
Realty> <s offa'lng the career minded School area. Expa'lnnced mother.
•Bent a chsnee to aarn a higher Call 933-9810.
dagrm ol proftislonallsm and an a i panded commission bate by becom.
Ing mulll-iicanied In taal estate, insurance and teeurltlei. I* you am 24
education and .
hungry, have fl good sailing record
Instruction
; and the ambition to become a Financial Planner, call Lorrla Arp at 9334450. We oiler 2 excellent commit- PIANO INSTRUCTION by consar"
tlon plans (of you to choosa from vatory trained, experlsncad teacher.
d »p a ndtn a.on y oil tearly.a b 111 ty,
Alllaveli.949'2054.
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AVON LAKE LOT, »15,000
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70 ft. frontage with all utilities at street. We:Ols6:havjB|
lots'of lots of all sizes and'prlces ava'lablB'.iCal^MM.^SJI
MORAr
PROPANETANKS
< Master Mower Service. 690 AvonDelden, ' Avon Lake, 933^4400,
Morii-5«tii 9:00-6130 p.m.
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HOUSE CLEANING In the Landingi
men, rein's ness. Call batwean 1 6 6,
931-6943. _ .
Computerized•'
: "Tabloids : - •;' • •.Circulars'&i^f
• Newspapera•Magoilnos^-'i^l
• New/sprint or Offset paper ',:,'fr*
• Addressing"
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••!"£$&
PHOTO JOURNAL
SundutkV,OH44870 •
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1-419-625:5825
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EdToomey
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A.I ELECTRICAL WORK, raoelrs'6^
ntw Installatlona. Phone 933-5fflM,5p33-439Banvilma.
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Mlnnaf Piano Tuning & Repair, piano |J!v
laitana, r«atonabls rai*a.. Call •'•••':
948-2902.
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Coplos mada 20 each- Avon Laka-—
Press^tilCB. 1SaL«arRo,,A.L.
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PareniaOf 'B3Gt«duata»: Oidtr,'-" ,
PataonalliadQtadUBtlon •••• ••••. Napkin* N o w * M a r o o n , Gold or »!•
Tiidltlonsl, A l l o C o n t l r m » t l o n .
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' F l n i Communion t t 30% Off
Wadding invitation*.
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The Printing Gallery
, 933-2004 233-8149 <
INCOMETAX
SERVICE
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• Partnership* '
• Cotpo'Btlonj .
SMALL BUSINESS
ASSISTANTS, INC.
33467 Lake Road
SUlielOe '
Avon Laka
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g-SMoni-Frl,.,
Evening & Saturday
, By Appointment
Call 933-9187
Need An Expert
LARRY
a
GATES~BUJE5IR
ner
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PAINTING
RESIDENTIAL GARAGE
DOOR REPAIRS
INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
9l Contract6r
TE-BAB CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Automatic Oponors Installud
CALL RU5S HARKINS
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84B-6076
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FREE ESTIMATES
NovvSchodullnoFor
Summer Exteriors
CALL GARY 933-2064
Yoats £xpariBhce
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Sarvtcqs
vjadanause
The classifieds
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MAGICIAN tt
'BALLOON TWISTER
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Children* Pattys A
Specialty
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Got RoijdyFor.Vyint(y-
933-8581
Miscellaneous
For Sale
fi£ Reasonable - References
KE1MDERAS
ICORDWOODI
SERVICE
Established
fe22M334 or 981-3774
Service
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tfon-icti * NMWM(I'I »Eitwoor
TOP SHELF RESALE
SALE
2S%-50% Off AH Clothes
MolhSl
,, 334.3m
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j&HWINNI BICYCLES and L B ' « V | O ^
MowBr and Factory t.'BlnBd tarvlco,
TtBdB-Ini accepted, Rogsr and
WjaVs, BayShiipplr,BCenl5r. 1.871K-2 MIDW skis, slio'ib men's
pole*.: «2S:w. Cetl efle* * l
25% ?0% Off All Clothes
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M D I iovthruSntUrdny
10-4 p.m.
324-3718
PLUMBING, HEMODEUNO WORK •
.updatt > & beauilry yoUr prewnt
S balhroomi replace that IMkv faueet
('of drain. Install that now vanity or
-enclose your shower. For more Information on cout1 & Idaas, phonn
,268-9867
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70 ,' Snowmobiles
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Household Pets
AKC Beagle pupplos, Six weeks oUi,
Phone 1.419-628.9288.
SPAYCO, low cost neliieilng and
spaylrig, Call 934-6304..;
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All Breed Grooming,' dog training <
clBMOrprlvate,call933-4711.
For Safe; Efficient ,
Fireplace
*/ coii Bob 933-3040
Professional D J & Ught Show, We
play tor all occasion!. 933-eSM,
S 8 8 Rsfiair Sorvice, TV & ippltance
rspalrs, houwcall IIS.SS with thla BO,
36841 Detloll, Avon. 934-6749,,
ASTROLOGY charta, tesdlnflt and
parties, Bull STARCAST1NQ Bt 288<
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One female, IB month old German '
Shepherd Hblind, neutered, Call 9339124BftBrBp.m.
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Part Miniature Coltla Pitps, free to
good homii. 933-2345.
FrM,MalB Cat, neuterod, black 6
White, 4 wHts paws, 10 mos. old,
shots, litter trained, Call 949-5SB9,
Personal or Family Problems? Profes74
Animal Services
skmsl.CoUruellna Available, Human
Resources Cental, Tho Landings,
Avon Lake. Call 933-6022 for day or Doo Obedience Classes, Indoois, eoit
evening' appointments. State and
sldn Lotaln, B weeks, 120,00. Call 949countysubiidliedlues.
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FIRMAN TO DO PAINTING,
waltpipering 6 tllo work on off days.
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Horses, Livestock
FlBtennces, 949-7317.
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Equipment
Wood Stoves, Fireplaces,
Fully Insured. Call now fir
Btofilfij ,
AFTER 4:30 P.M.
OR 779-7924
KITCHENS
Call Gaol-Hi) nt
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H.D. Kochenower
Piano Tuning &
Restoration
45 Yrs, In Business
Two C -awmobile* & trailer, will sell
In own'.'or whole. A>.1 shape, Citll for
doiall*. 933-4869 belore 0:00, 933'
4B22it«r8:00,AtkorD«lo. ,
1 Chimney Sweep
JAMIE'S CHIMNEY
949-7647
Spocliitttlnnln
BATHROOMS AND
HoTieToTs'Bfe"-'Black PainT2*¥».i
nul broken, very guntie, B33-99O8.
90
Autos for Sale
FOB"A GOOD USED C A n ' e T r f a l i
piice, see B'UCB or Dan at Gsrblck
148
Garage Sales
Motort, 1600 Colotado AUs., LorBln,
,' Phprie2B8-024a,.
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GOOD NEIGHBOR Thrift & Gltt
jBBpa, Caia, Trucks undot stOO
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Shop, 140 Lear Rd.. A.L., 933-Bai7i.auiillable at local g r t ' t • * • J " M (
GOOD NEIGHBOR Thrift 6 Gilt
ttieo, call irafundBblsl t-819-663Shop, 140 Leaf Rd., A.LB33-B6J7.
02Jt. Ent. 7433, for voUf 19B3 dlteclory. 54 li^Bj; ;
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pflUcngar, dlaHDl, 933-4859 .bofotc B
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Household Goods
p.m. Art.lar Oalfl,...,.^ ^ ~ —
1980 DUlck LaSabto Coupa, iticflllflHl
DavBnport & matching chnlr, gold t)
eonrJlllohLe»«93JM399-.
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baige, A-1 fiondllloni mis G' • 8' ovnl,,
•17. AMC AttibMsodor, t u m ooud,.
Blue, excellent condition; catpatlng,
22'x 12H", gold *iulBIUr»i like now.
caJ1atl«r6!30,933:2202,.,
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Must sail, HSWB no.atti'aae apace.
rilANKSfO BRUCE { j f t ? * M f t
mekBtalfcr,934-6813,
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Kilchan tot, whlio To bio, 4 VolloW
CARS. AMEN. •
high-back chain, i 126.00; 4 black
'leather swivel dlnnetto Lhafrb. 42Q.O0
92
Boots & Motors
ea,; qiioan slie sola'bod, (irautt plaid,
1130.00;. nroen/rjoid btocidt tor.'
J
iUonal couch, 6176,00: 42" Hpl>
YKVi *'6wn«'r6o~T-'npT "tsSitfT t'oi"^'orsngB catamiti Ism pa, 110,00: o'<l«o
flood condition, *1200 ABk lor- Hav
(task chair, 130 00, Evniythlna in Ion
0316800
.condition Callattor 1 p m 933 MR5
CALL 9335026
MO BUILDERS
BUILDING
AND
REMOOCLING
GARA3ES • ROOFS
AND
ALUMINUM
SIDING,
ALL TYPES
FAUCETS -. .
933-8686
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FIREWOOD
STORE HOURS: .
Moh.". Tu*>.. Thiii't. & Frl. 9.5
• Won, 10-2. Sut.S'T
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VISITOUR SHOWIIOOM
CLEVE. PHONE621-6332
Emnrijnncv No.
• 933 4!K9 ' ' •
' Avon Lako,:OH
KENDERA CONSTRUCTION, INC.
• BONDED • INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES
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Floors
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Drives
Patio
SI do w o Ik
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Footers '
• Backhoe & Dozer Work
• Basemen t Repair &
Excavating
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• Sewer & Water Lines
• Tree Clearing
333-358-fl
SELECT HARDWOODS
S
89 0 0 /Cord
333-2061
Distressed by
Pregnancy? Call
Birthright at 322«
4652 or 244-4652.
tu-tn
MAINTENANCE CLEANING COMPANY
our business Is keeping your
business clean, commercial,
industrial & Office.
FREE ESTIMATES
PHONE: 365-4262
Village Portraits
Unique Pencil,
Technique
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Custom Matting & Frames
933-4484
and Concrete Work.
NEW and REPAIR ,
DANNY
GEORGE
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933-9421
KEARNEY CONSTRUCTION
Need an Upstairs finished,
adding on a lomlly room o;
Onrago? For major or minor
repairs, call lor a fraa
estimate.
937-0337
PRINCE GENERAL CONTRACTING
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COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT
Bns»rnant Ramodallng • Addition* • Flrtplieas
Wiring • Cone rait • Boollno • Putlo EndosUrea • Saragss
Siding • Wood. Vinyl. Aluminum • Bathrooms
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Design Engineering • Residential &
1
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• Commercial
Our RapUtation U Formed On Anourala Esilmataa, On-Tlma
Complatlom, Quality Work At Raosonabl* Ratsa ...
Painting • Interior/Exterior * Plumbing Repair • Drywall
References Upon RaqUost
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Licensed & Bonded
Call 933-^902
AftorBp.m.
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. FREY
PLUMBING
AND
HEATING, INC.
,
COMPLETE
PLUMBING, HEATING
AND SEWER CLEANING
MARK
MILLER
PROFESSIONAL
PAPERHANGING
& PAINTING
10 YRS. EXPERIENCE
ESTIMATES 933-8528
937-5826
INCOME TAX
SERVICE
Federal-State-City-Countv
Individual-Smalll Business
Umlitg Avon Uln and Surrounding Ctmmuni(!iiJ)vti iS y»m
Master's Degree-Noiary Public
Call for appt. R.O. Redinger 933-8857
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RENTOUR
CARPET CLEANER
AVON LAKE HARDWARE
SERVICE
fliOJOBTOOSMALU
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9M-4716 AFTEH < P-
Stone, Brick Slock
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OFJ»LUWBIiMG SERVICE
CONCRETE
933-ZIS7
•«»fB:OO
FREE ESTIMATES ,
BUD NAG EL
E*p«rl«nGfd, wallpapering & Inside
,
COMPLETE
REMODELING
SERVICE
937-5569
Lomln, Ohio
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TRYTHEM
STUCpO
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Located Off Rt, S3
at 33060 Webber Rd.
Avon Lako
, NEWORREPAtX
SALE
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Footurlno bight outitandinc]
wines tirodlJcod on our farm
Irom our own local orapes
CEILINGS
TOP SHELF RESALE
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H O M t PHONK
Kra.:12-« Dolly; M Sat.
MO'TFI
.BALDWIN PIANOS
Try a.Hats Vou Buy
DRISCOl MUSIC CO.
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BURNS
KLINGSHIRN
WINERY
WgEKDA \'S A FTEti 5 P. M.
qssessED5To
down I Taka ovar paymantt I5S.00
moiiltilf. 4' • a* llnblng fltrow ilun.
NBW bujbi, letter*. Hila Slant. Coil
' FREE VB00.6I6-7M6, anytime.
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DISPLAY
^INCOME TAX SERVICE, IB.W B 'vfb
DiLiiiMcKeli/BVi
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CRAIG
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ADDITIONS
1933-8539
•1641, • ' "
CRAIG INSULATION
288-9371
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PLASTERING
%otlBllc
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ON"
f. Experience
Cellulose
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Lenny's Glass
Service Company
CALL 949-5442
ANYTIME
Storms-Scinons
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Repairod
*446 Center Rd.
fAvon Lake, O.
Sales & Service
Of Genie Door
- Openers
Electric
Installations ,
k » Ranges • Dryers
'•f • Outlets
New Services
Installed
•^
I I U l l d
Call 933-2330
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to
Leonard's
Plumbing t* Hooting
Comploto Snloi b Service,
Leaks; Puddloi or Ptooda
AVON LITE
ELECTRIC
COMPANY, INC.
(4
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Blown
Insured & Licensed
JMARY, KAY 'COSMETICS, Dotii
,Wtbb,'lnd«pendant Bsautv Consul'tlflt,B33-W0
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W*
RemodQUng
Paper Hanging & Custom
Painting, Free Estlmntas
Call 933-2555
SflnEMAN , TO DO PAINTING,
Wiltpip«riiiB & tHe work on of) days.
jjW»lar«ncBa9«73i7
lDEEnPROC£SSINr,934-4B77.'
iPHOFESSIONAt. I
Iballpapaflng, remotJallng, Free
\ Httrnalas. Four Sea torn Homo Cars,
iPaulQtthan, owner, 933 0120.
CALL 933-4OO2
LEW GEN
DECORATING &
PAINTING
House Cleaning
I C A K I S , all occasion, E.T., Smurf, h v ™ .
W.M.B.E.
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Construction Management
Stru'cturof Concrete
Bank Vaults
Mechanical Pits
Retaining Walls
Loading Docks
933-6101
BRING THIS AD
SAVES200
AL'S GUNS& AMMO
325 Abbe Road
Sheffield Lake, O.
We sell guns & specialize in the,remafiufacture of ammunition. OPEN:
MON,, Tues., Thurs,, Frj.
4:30 P.M.,-y P.M.
Compare oiir quality and prices
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• PARTS •
• ruNE-yps
McNeeley Contracting
• RENTALS
• ACC£SSpRlt<
• SHARPENING
: Additions Lorge or Small
,: Concrtli. Block, Ekctncil, EMfgv tH-cWitWimJowi 6 Doott, "noling b GiiitM
fls»no {*•)/" 0 O/AJf Typ*fQtli>rant»*d Workniatvthtp
f.Hm-t.CaH TlmMcNeoloy
MASTER MOWER SERVICE
933-6715
690 AVON BELDEN. BT. 83
A&inWC
APPLIANCE
INEXTTOSISSON'SI
A N D Y ' S SERVICE
Installation and Service
On All Makes & Models-*
WASHERS ,
• DISPOSALS
DRYERS
• AIR CONDITIONERS
• REFRIGERATORS
• DEHUMlDIFlERS
• RANGES
• DISHWASHEBS
• MICROWAVES
A V O N LAkE, OHIO
•' •
ANDYRUSNAK
933-5565
JOHNGUGGENBILLER
bXPBHTS - 2 4 HR. SERVICE
I CUP & SAVE »500 O F F ^ ^ U
\mmm —
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_ O O d R S I t OPERATORS
Roiidantlol & Commorolol
• Qiiolltv Product*
• Reasonable Rotoa
• Fast Secvlco
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• Ropolron All MUKOB
• Brokon Sprlno Spocinim
934-5807
PARTS DEPT. OPEN SIX DAYS
SELF STORAGE
998 AVON BELDEN
mOUTE B3)
AVON, OHIO 44011
934-6070 or 933-3818
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OUTSIDE STORAGE AVAILABLE
For Moblto Homoa, Boats. Trollefa, oto,
Maxwell
Sower,
Cleaning &
Plumbing
GEO.J. GATES
BUILDER
24 Hr. Service
36327 KlnzelRd.
Avon.Ohlo
Sines 1950
Complete Home
, Remodeling & New
Construction ,
Call
949-2039
See Coupon In
Free Estimates
Call 934-5747
Phone Book
Storting at *12.SO
33465 LAKE RD.
933M6790
LAKE SHORE
QUALITY CONCRETE WORIg
:?^aVS
"••'.SSters
• sidewalks
-Parking
Free Estimates
Ae*
^ , . 9 3 3 - 2 5 1 9 csiiafWspi
oesSlit 933-4490]
.KUHI H I ; l. <•
Painting
• Interior • Exterior
• Paperhanglng
• Textured ceilings
934-5756
SUPERIOR GLEAN IIMGCOINC
SHORELINE REFRIGERATION INC.
Heating & Air Conditioning
i
Heat Pumps • Gas/Electric/Otl Furnaces
Boilers-Hot Water/Steam •Kerosene
*7 0 0 ;
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INCOME TAX SERVICE
LD; NOBLE
933-5848
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• R6H00FS • RE^AIHS
• SEAMLESS GUTTEHB b DOWNSPOUTS
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933-2517
INCOME TAXES
933-3617
Jim & Diane George, CPA's
Individual, Partnerships
and Corporate Returns
APPLIANCE
FEDERAL-STATE-CITY
Accounting Services Available
SERVICE/INC.
Brakes
Radiators
Transmission
AJrCondKiol.,.rs
Wheel-alignments
FACTORY A U T H O R I Z E D SERVICE ON
WHIRLPOOL • JENN-AlR • NOHGE
ADMIRAL • MAGIC CHEF - CALORIC
WASTE KtNG-ISE > '
Sharp - Panasonic - R o p e r - e t c .
Mufflers
Tune-Ups
933-2922
OR-LEASE A CAR
-Qaalified Insurance Replacement Rates
-Unlimited Mileage
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Rent A Pick-Up Truck/$20.00
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933-2911
933-6311
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173 Lear Rd.. Avon U k e , O.
TOTAL AUTOMOTIVE MAINTENANCE S
33446 Lake Rd. (between Ford &Tropicana) I
B71 77421CLEVE !
RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL
INDIVIDUAL-SMALL BUSINESS
HIGHLY TRAINED EXPERIENCED
COMPETITIVE FEES
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Collision Work.
Repair Et Reflnlsh
763 A Von Betden Rd,
933-6988
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ELYR. 365-2100
HEATING
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[FURNACES HEAT PUMPS • AlR CONDITIONIN
QUALITY MOWER SERVICE
Snowthrowers • Tractors • Walk Mowers
• Sales • Parts • Tune-Ups
AVON LAKE FEED AND GARDEN CENTER
810 Avon Belden Rd. Rt. 83
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NOW IN STOCK AND READY
FOR DELIVERY. MANY TO
CHOOSE FROM AT THAT
PRICE!
Sale Price
•Plus Tax and
Title Fees'
permonth
Ladies are w e l c o m e to shop at Prout.
Please visit us, w e make car buying
fun. No hassles, no high pressure . . .
JWST HONEST
TO GOODNESS
IGW-kOW PRflCES!
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SPECIAL "GET ACQUAINTED OFFER"
A V O N LAKE RESiDENTS
,' Dinner for 2 at the Shof». "No Ektra Charge" when '
you take delivery of an1 .lew or used car or truck
from Pfout Chevrolet, Jo out to dinner In stylet
t I hoi 1o o.cmd 139,00 OI'c ttund Ihiu fttb., I9aj]
WALKER RD,
PICK YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT
$99.04 per month $1200 down
$117,44 per month $500 down
$130,58 per month no downpayment •
(11,9% Financing GMAC for 4fl months on approved
credit. Call our Finance Manage* for details, I .
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11OO EAST BROAD ST., ELYRIA
Corner Rt. 57 By-Pass Brood St.
"ROUTE 20
LORAIN 245-1511 ELYRIA 365-7311
OLEVE. 777-633S
SUGAR RP.
'Only 15 Min. A'way
FORGET THE STICKERI COMPARE THESE PRICES
Brand New 1983
60 000 Free Miles t
® Monthly Payments
SPORTY 2 SEATER
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19B3 RANGER
60,000 Free Miles
46 Monthly Payments
Closed End Lease
5"
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Automatic Transmission
Power Steering
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Official Special Sale1 Price
One Price Sale
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09
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STUFFED
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$ 00
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PLUS DEPOSIT
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REGULAR, DIET OR FREE
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79
$ 1
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SPECIALHETAJL $1:59^
CHERRY PIE FILLING
FRESH
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BONUSSAVINGS
SHURFINE GRANULATED
69
LEAN. MEATY BEEF
NECK BONES
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LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. ;
1 0 0 - GUARANTEED SATISFACTION
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