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Chronicle Telegram {Newspaper} - 1990-03-11,Elyria, Ohio March 11,1990 64 pages # discovery being a girl scout does t have to end with becoming a teen. Some 200 area girls like Brookside High school student Betsy Bartin Are part of the Erie shores girl scout Council headquartered in Lorain and proudly claim the title of senior girl scout. Membership., allows the students to build on leadership skills explore careers and discuss current events that shape society while at the same to me serving the Community. In Honor of girl scout week March 11-17, these Young women Are featured on Page e-1. And highlights. C9 arts entertainment.e6 books.e9 business.bl-9 coins Elo crossword.e9 deaths.a7 dear abby.c4 editorials.a4-5 Erma bombeck.c4 Otto Schoepf le.c3 outdoors.d7 sports. Dl-9 sunday theater.e8 television.e7 travel.ell-12 a a a a a i so who said taxes have to be taxing software specialists done to. The introduction of electronic filing in northeastern Ohio has the Home computer replacing the calculator As the taxpayers most valued piece of equipment. Story Page b-1. Trailer shooting ends in death wife expected to face murder charge unseasonably warm with a 70 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms today and tonight. Highs Between 65 and 70, lows Between 50 and 55. Variable cloudiness and warm with a 40 percent Chance of showers and thunderstorms monday. Highs in the Low 70s. Details on Page a-3 experts discuss the causes and treatments of headaches. From local and wire reports Lorain a a Lorain woman who said she shot her husband after mistaking him for a burglar is expected to be charged with aggravated murder monday. Todd Manning who police say was shot by his estranged wife in her trailer Home thursday morning died Friday night a Lorain Community Hospital Mahoney lawyers file Appeal Carrollton by. Apr lawyers for a Man sentenced to 16 years imprisonment in the nations worst Drunken driving Accident Mahoney have filed notice they will Appeal his conviction. Larry Mahoney 36, was convicted dec. 23 on 81 charges in the May 14, 1988, crash that killed 24 teen agers and three adults travelling in a school bus. Mahoneyq a pickup truck going the wrong Way on interstate 71 near Carrollton slammed head on into the bus which was quickly engulfed in flames. The victims were on. A Church Outing. Twelve others on the bus were seriously Hurt. Mahoney was convicted on 27 counts of second degree manslaughter 12 counts of first degree assault 27 counts of first degree Wanton endangerment 14 counts of second degree Wanton endangerment and one count of driving under the influence. Mahoney was sentenced to 16 years in prison and must serve half the sentence before being eligible for parole. Attorneys filed a notice of Appeal Friday in Carroll circuit court. Spokeswoman said. Manning 29, of 1319 fifth st., was pronounced dead at 6 05 . By doctors at the Hospital the spokeswoman said. He was shot once in the head by a ,25 Caliper handgun police Saud. Manning a wife Ginger Man Ning 35, 5100 West Erie ave., Lorain has been charged with attempted aggravated murder and is being held in the Lorain county jail under a $100,000 Cash Bond. Det. Rick Pagan said that charge will Likely be changed to aggravated murder on monday. Mrs. Manning told police she awoke Early thursday because she thought she heard a burglar discovered a Man asleep on the Couch and shot him before realizing it was her husband. Police said the victim who had been separated from his wife about a year was under a court order to stay away from her. Police said the pair was involved in at least one Domestic violence incident which included charges filed in Lorain. Police Are also gathering information in Coshocton county where the couple lived before moving to Lorain. Questions without answers parents struggle with Side mystery by Jeff Mohrman it staff writer nov. 22, 1983 is a Day that will always live in Lisa and Dave Sellers memories. That Day two Days before thanksgiving the Amherst couples 3-month-old daughter Jenny died of a mysterious ailment which kills without warning sudden infant death syndrome Side. The Northeast Ohio chapter of the National Side foundation estimates about 250 Ohio babies less than a year old die each year of Side and 39 percent of those deaths take place in Northeast Ohio including Lorain county. While individual figures for Lorain county Are not available. Cuya hoga county alone averages 60 deaths per year from Side. That a fourth in the nation according to statistics from the Northeast Ohio chapter of the National Side foundation non of. Lisa Sellers said those who lose children to Side experience hundreds of emotions particularly guilt believing that maybe something else could have been done for their child. After an autopsy a doctor told the Sellers he did not know what Jenny died of and that made things doubly difficult Lisa said. Patricia Marquis chairwoman of non of said Side is the leading cause of death among babies 1 week to 1 year turn to Page a-6 c to Janine Exner Lisa and Dave Sellers of Amherst bold a photograph of their 3-month-Oid daughter Jei inv who died of Side in 1983. A lie county group offers help Amherst for those who have suffered through a Side tragedy there is a Candle against the darkness a the Lorain county group of the Northeast Ohio chapter of the National Side foundation. Lisa and Dave Sellers of Amherst who lost a daughter in 1983 to Side revived the group in 1985 after it had been dormant for about 10 years. A a it a a frustrating Lisa Sellers said. A the death of a seemingly healthy baby is especially difficult to talk the group acts As a support group to help those who have lost children to Side. A in our Case we Only get people that suffer a death a she said. A anybody that is involved in a Side death is that includes Brothers Sisters or even babysitters of the dead child. The group meets monthly. A mainly we re a listening Post a she said. A a it a a forum turn to Page a-6 five years lost in the Blacl Hole of Beirut Terry Anderson born oct. 27, 1947, in Lorain. Ohio abducted March 16, 1985, on a Beirut so Reed after a Tennis game family sister Peggy say has become the principal spokesperson Fertile families of . To hostages. Fat Fier Glenn and Brot Fier Glenn or. Both died of cancer in 1986. Occupation i Iii Middle East correspondent associated press career graduated from Iowa state University Marine combat Corris pendent in Vietnam. Covered far East and South Africa for a before first Beirut assignment reporting on 1962 israeli invasion of Lebanon returned to Beirut in Early 1983 As news editor and later chief correspondent. Among the first reporters to reach scene of gel. 23. 1 983 twin truck bombings of . Marine and French peacekeeping Force Headquarters. A John Hancoc i and pal Lyo is by Charles j. Hanley associated press writer five years. Time enough for a world to change. Years enough for a Newborn to sprout into girlhood nights enough for a Man caged to sink into dark despair and then sink deeper still. Five years ago this Friday on March 16, 1985, Lorain native and associated press correspondent Terry a. Anderson was shoved into the Back seat of a Mercedes and driven off into the Black Hole of Beirut. He remains a hostage today longest held of eight american and 10 other Western hostages in Lebanon. Anderson now 42, last spoke to the world 16 months ago in a videotape released by the moslem extremists who hold him. In a Gray track suit clean shaven he looked stronger than in the past. But the spirit was Bleak. A was the end of my fourth year approaches a he said a i find it difficult to keep my Hopes and my courage now the end of his fifth year approaches. Hopes so often crushed Are rising again. Andersons tireless sister Peggy say recently returned from a Middle East journey with a officials and spoke of a a feeling of rumours of secret talks Are flying through Europe. The president of Iran the nation believed to hold Sway Over the lebanese kidnappers says he feels the hostage crisis a is moving toward a somewhere in the rubble of Lebanon Anderson and the 17 others Are imprisoned apparently held in Small rooms chained often blindfolded deprived of sunlight deprived of Faith lost in a hopelessness that at one Point drove Anderson to Pound and bloody head against a Wall. The meaning of five years of inhuman Captivity each year a near eternity is beyond imagining. But a simple measure of time can be taken on the Day Anderson was kidnapped Mikhail Gorbachev was in his first week of Power in Moscow. Ronald Reagan had not yet met a soviet Leader. Marcos and Duvalier still ruled. Chernobyl still operated. The challenger astronauts still drilled for their fateful flight. While Anderson endured his turn to Page a i trucker s family in for Long haul the Shannon a meandering twisting River in Europe offers a tranquil View of Ireland. Nearly a dozen companies on the Shannon maintain a Fleet of 560 boats for rental to visitors. Page e-12. By Lawrence Budd it staff writer Elyria when the stranger placed the $20 Bill i on the table. Donna Devero i and Mary Overman began to cry. It had been a Long week for the Sisters who travelled from Chicago wednesday to be close to their brother Harold Clement ai2-year-old truck Driver from Bridgeview. 111., critically injured tuesday when his tractor trailer collided with a dump truck on the Ohio Turnpike. The stranger aware of the situation rejected the Sisters pleas to take Back his gift and sat Back Down obviously moved by their predicament. A everyone has been so Nice Quot said Devero who despite a disability and confinement to a wheelchair exhausted her savings to come to Elyria. A right now if we wanted to go Home we Quot said Overman of the plight in which the Sisters and Harold Clement in. Find themselves. A what i came up Here on was pretty much it a she said from her scat in the waiting room at Elyria memorial Hospital where the three had spent most of the last three Days. A nursing supervisor at Elyria memorial Hospital said Clements condition had improved to serious but ble a but the family was prepared for a Long wait. Overman said doctors estimate in will be six weeks before her brother Wilt recover from his injuries a including internal injuries and a shattered leg a to be released. While Clements condition had improved. Overman said the doctors planned to keep her brother under close observation for another five Days. In the meantime Harold jr., himself a trucker is looking for a Job driving locally to tide him Over until he and his father can leave together. A a in a a proud Man. I done to turn to Page a ii it Phi in Leiti Quot relatives of injured truck Driver Harold Clement sr., Donna Devero left Mary Overman and Harold Clement or. Keep Vigil a waiting room at Elyria Memoria Hospital. The Chicago family expects to he in Ohio several weeks until Harold or. Recovers from injuries sustained in a two truck Turnpike crash. Nyks Uain Ceil Nch Vil Iii

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