Elyria Chronicle Telegram in Elyria, Ohio
8 Mar 1980

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8 Mar 1980

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Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Elyria, Ohio The chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio saturday March 8, 1980 24 pages by sow 20 cents breakdown preceded killings relatives sought psychiatric help for Man just prior to shootings b and Tom Zoitl it stuff writers family efforts to secure psychiatric help Foi an emotionally upset Oast Sidi Man came too late Foi Gary Hanson 2f who killed a Young Mother of two Friday afternoon Hanson was then slain by the husband of the dead woman Hanson of 904 Clai k St shot and killed mks Cheryl Jarvis 25, 17fi Boston ave shortly after 4 police said her husband Michael pursued Hanson into the Street where he shot him vis no ii Ahks were filed against Jar although Hanson s Home was Adja cent to and just Ai found a Corner from the Michael Jarvis the husband of shooting victim Cheryl Jarvis looks oat from a police Cruiser upper left shortly after the shootings on Boston Avenue. The Shotgun believed used in one shooting is in the foreground in photo above while the body of Gary Hanson the Man who reportedly shot mrs. Jarvis lies covered in the background. In photo below a shocked and bewildered Sandy Koepp mrs. Jarvis sister takes her Nephew Michael Jarvis under her . Mrs. Koepp s son Mark is at right. It photos by chief photographer John Kenney Iran militants won t give hostages to Ghotb Zadeh Tehran Iran up foreign minister Sadeg Ghotb Zadeh said in an interview broadcast today that the pending turnover of the american hostages to the revolutionary Council is under no circumstances aimed at their the militants who Are holding the 50 Ameri cans captive in the . Embassy had said earlier they will not allow Ghotb Zadeh to take custody of the hostages and called on the revolutionary Council to name someone else to receive the Cap Tives Tehran radio reported. But the radio said the revolutionary Council had reiterated that Ghotb Zadeh was their representative on the Issue. The radio also announced that Ayatollah Cloudy tonight with a Chance of Snow flurries and a Low in the Low or mid 20s. Mostly Cloudy sunday with highs in the Middle or upper 30s. Probability of precipitation is 40 percent tonight and 20 percent sunday. Winds will be from the West to Northwest at 10-15 Miles per hour tonight. Sunrise today . Sunset tonight . Details on Page b4 Ruhollah Khomeini had turned Over the entire hostage Issue to the foreign ministry. Responsibility for taking delivery of the hos tages has been entrusted to me and in order to carry out the decision of the revolutionary Council and to solve the present crisis i shall go to the Den of gho Tabadeh said in the interview. In the meantime i must Point out that taking delivery of the hostages is under no Circum stances aimed at their release that task by order of the Imam is entrusted to the National consultative Assembly there was no mention in the interview of the demand by the militants that the ruling coun cil name someone other than the foreign minister to receive the hostages and it was not Clear when the interview was actually taped. The statement by the militants said according to information which has reached us the published report quoting Ghotb Zadeh per Taining to the Imam s command on the handing Over of the hostages is a tissue of lies. We regret that we cannot hand Over the hostages to the foreign minister it is essential therefore for the revolutionary Council to officially appoint another representative to take delivery of the the statement added. Coming sunday Index a killer found innocent by reason of insanity May spend a Short time in Lima state Hospital then be freed with no future supervision. Staff writer Cindy Leise examines recent murder trials and asks experts if Ohio s insanity Law is crazy. Elyria s sewage treatment Plant is nearing capacity and continues to dump raw sewage into the Black River staff writer Bruce Vernyi begins a series on what s to be done. Turnpike toll takers ran into some of the strangest driven on the Road. Staff writer Patti Ewald takes a Light look at life in the Tollbooth. In accent the girl scouts Are 68 years old this month. Staff writer Kathryn Buchanan reports the Chal Lave changed Tat not the philosophy. Accent on living auctions deaths births editorial entertainment religion sports television Star tracking a7-8 a6 b-2 c8 b4 a4-5 cl-5 b3 mid View wins 1st sectional in 20 years in sports Section Hanson 1972 photo Jarvis residence they reportedly know one another Gary was not ins father Charles Hanson told the chronicle Tele Gram today he did not know anybody in that Jarvis House he definitely had a nervous breakdown the elder Hanson placed much of the blame for the double shootings on u Lack of response in recent Days from mental health services of Loram county the Walter g Nord Center Charles Hanson said he had called a Nord Center crisis hotline twice in an Effort to secure help for his son on Friday he said he had planned to take his son to a private physician but was unable to do so when Gary refused to leave the House Hanson had been employed at an area real estate Agency and within the last week had been working As an instructor at an area driving school a spokesman for the driving school 5. More photos on pages a i h-2 and b obituaries on Page b-2 told the it he had had problems with Hanson before he ceased working there several Days ago his father said he did not know Why Gary was experiencing emotional prob lems but indicated pressure from Bill collectors May have been a Factor or Ronald Mihalick Nord Center executive director said Counselor had received two Calls from the elder Han son and one from a brother but could not reveal what occurred because of a Ron i Dent Pality policy although Hanson told the c t his requests for help for his son had been turned Down at Nord with the a Cusi that the Center s financial situation precluded such treatment or Mihalick said i have reviewed the situation we did respond appropriately in this cast Karl Eicwald Hanson s Cousin told the it Friday he was called at work by Hanson s father about 210 pm and asked to help take the younger Hanson the Hospital arriving at Hanson s Home on Clark Street about a Eicwald said to and the father tried to get Hanson out of the House Diewald said Hanson shot at him when he tried to take a 12-Gaugf Shotgun away the shot missed and apparently hit the Windshield of Diewald s car parked in front of the House he was inside the House and we were outside trying to get him to come out i asked him to give me the gun but he would t he did t know any of us we could t seem to make him under said Diewald i tried getting the gun but he shot at me Diewald said he tried to Call Tiyna police for help on his cd radio but could not reach them because the radio Mal functioned pol Irp of ports indicated Hanson ran from his House and entered the Jarvis duplex on Boston Avenue where he shot mrs Jarvis one police officer said Hanson kicked the door m to Gam entry Hanson s father said it is possible Gary was so confused he May have thought he was entering his own Home her husband Michael chased Hanson turn to Page b-2

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