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Chronicle Telegram {Newspaper} - 1990-03-17,Elyria, Ohio 46 pages March t7,1990 of a pay St. Patrick a Day pm a a a in j to ?5c��s Insle Estory while the Irish and the Irish for a Day Are celebrating today the search continues in Northern Ireland for the real burial place of St Patrick. He is believed to be buried in Downpatrick. Story on Page b-1. Sports Mcaa Eldon Miller s Northern Iowa beats Missouri Ohio state and Dayton both play today. State tournament Magnifico to girls Are knocked out. It contest Winner in Tucson too bad tiie indians Aren t. Details in saturday sports he do ii a Washington car Wash Towel dryer cuts off leg of 13 year old for that the business was fined s400. Page b-5. New Yort ghost in House won t get buyers Down payment Back. Page b-5. Dalias gunshots ring out As greyhound strike talks continue. Page b-5. Outer space wayward satellite gets new orbit. Page b-5. Olio s snacking american women that s who. Page b-1. New Yort Imelda Aarcos attends her pretrial with Cowboy hatted lawyer. Page b-1. Pough Leepsie five foot four woman loses 710 pounds now weighs 250. Page b-1. Wax Loachie Texas Texas land grab begins for $8 billion Tom smasher. Page b-4. London Britain still outraged at Iraq s hanging of journalist despite news of his robbery conviction. Page b-4. South Africa Anc to meet with government in april also motorists urged to avoid Back roads. Page b-4. Washington Poindexter disliked and distrusted Congress sex aide says. Page b-4, Washington feds say Hor Dwore from spy satellite launched by space shuttle Atlantis is falling from orbit. Page a-6, Avon Lake Rossborough chemical spill not reported to county for 12 hours not reported to state at All. Page c-1. Nonh Olmste ii prosecutor to get Case of three teen agers struck by Cor. Page c-2, Elyria the sheriff s department is investigating alleged fraudulent petitions filed by democratic gubernatorial candidate Henry King of Lorain Page b-8. Of Merlin High school students get valuable tips at a of fair. Page b-5. Iride had highlights. �T2 accent Bridge comics dear a deaths forecast Cloudy Chance of showers High 55. Details Poge a-3. B6-8 editorial a4 b3 Etc. A5 �5 theater b3 f b7 to b2 c7 please come Home daddy Terry s daughter pleads for his release Salome Anderson 4, lights a Candle for her father with the help of Rev. Alistair Wynne at the Community Church in Nicosia Cyprus. Beirut Lebanon a Terry Andersons daughter pleaded for the father she loves but has never met to come Home Friday the Day Anderson began his sixth year As a h stage in the a journalists family friends and colleagues marked the anniversary with commemorations and prayers in Washington new York Cyprus As Well As Lorain. Yellow ribbons fluttered from Trees signs and poles in Andersons Hometown of Batavia . Former hostages chained themselves to a tree in Paris to protest Andersons Captivity and president Bush pledged to work for the hostages release. But no message was As poignant the one on television Friday evening in Lebanon. Id a videotape Andersons it Janine Exner cousins of Terry Anderson Eileen Perusek left of Lorain and Peggy Craig of Sheffield Village tie a yellow ribbon Byam moving to Halfway House around Lorain City Halls Flag pole at the ceremony marking Andersons five years in Captivity. 4-year-old daughter Salome appeared wearing a Green coat and Riding a bicycle Given to her at Christmas in Anderson s name. A i got the Bike for Christmas daddy. Thank you a said Salome who was born 83 Days after Anderson was seized by a pro iranian shiite moslem faction in Beirut turn to Page a-2 Hope alive with Terry s Lorain Kin by John Caniglia it staff writer Lorain a Lorain native Terry Andersons cousins said Friday they Are hopeful they will see him free within the next year but they Are guarded in their optimism. A you done to know what these terrorists will do a said James Anderson Terry a first Cousin. A a they re not like us. But you never lose Hope. That s the worse thing in the Woi 1 that can happen. You go on and live your life everyday but this is always on your James Andersons comments came after a ceremony at Lorain City Hall Honorm Terry Anderson 42, who was abducted five years ago Friday on a Beirut Lebanon Street. Turn to Page a-2 by Julie Wallace it staff writer Columbus former Elyria assistant safety service director Jack Byam who was sentenced last july to 18 months in prison for theft in office will be moved from a state prison to a Halfway House and work on a furlough program As of april 2 according to Tessa Unwin a spokesperson for the adult parole authority Byam 55, was placed on the program because he is a non violent offender. A a it a the step Halfway Between prison and parole a Unwin said Friday. A a it a to see How the per. Turn to Page a-2 hell take jail a but not Dan test Jack Byam. Of work furlough sheriff bus was Bingo parlor by Steve Novak it staff writer Sheffield twp. County sheriffs deputies have seized Money and records of an alleged travelling Bingo game which authorities said operated out of a chartered bus that travelled Between Lorain county and Pennsylvania spokesmen from the sheriffs department said two undercover investigators boarded the bus earlier this week under the Guise of being Bingo enthusiasts the deputies said the occupants of the bus played numerous types of Bingo games during the bus trip from Sheffield township to new Castle a according to reports sheriffs detectives received a tip about the travelling game earlier this year. With the cooperation of the Ohio attorney general a office sheriff s detectives received a search warrant for the bus the undercover investigators boarded the bus at Sheffield Center wednesday and returned thursday after the trip to new Castle. The investigators said bus passengers played several varieties of Bingo and instant Bingo games during the trip. When the bus reached new Castle the passengers played Bingo at a rented Hall reports state the search warrant was served thursday when the bus returned to Sheffield township. Deputies said they seized $483, along with Bingo paraphernalia. Deputies said the people who appeared to be running the Bingo games were told information about the raid was going to be presented to the Lorain county grand jury. No arrests were made. Investigators said a 46-year- old Elyria woman appeared to be in charge of the gambling operation deputies said she was assisted by a 70-year-old ver turn to Page a-6 by Julie Wallace it staff writer Elyria a an Elyria Man is willing to go to jail rather than submit to the controversial a genetic fingerprinting test to determine whether he is the father of a 15-year-old boy. Joseph Lampkin 41, of 124 Foxhill Lane said he thought the paternity Issue was settled More than 10 years ago when he was cleared by a Domestic relations jury in 1978 of fathering the boy then 3 years old. The new suit was filed in june 19s6 in an attempt by the department of health and human services to collect Bills the department covered when the child was born retroactive child support payments of $45 a week since the boys birth and covering the child a medical and dental expenses. The suit names Lampkin As a defendant and the boy now 14, the boys Mother Karen Shumate Taylor of 443 9th St Elyria As plaintiffs Lampkin was ordered by Domestic relations court judge Joseph Zieba to submit to the genetic testing on april 25 however Lampkin said he will not Joseph Lampkin. Not dad to 1978 comply a even if he is jailed for contempt of court a i m not afraid to Lake the test hut 1 just feel like it s some kind of setup a he said a a in a willing to go to Jai because it violates my rights a a in the 1973 paternity suit filed by the boy s Mother the turn to Page a-6 love is in the air on boards behind bars Linda says yes by Steve Fogarty it staff writer Elyria Tim Wilcox must have been pretty sure Linda would say yes a and she did. The Norwalk Man spent his hard earned Cash to buy space on a local billboard to propose marriage to his intended on a smallish White billboard on depot Street across turn to Page a-6 Wal Youg marry me ? a. But for a county inmate the jury or judge is still out it gone frees the depot Street marriage proposal. By juice Wallace it staff writer Elyria a an inmate in the county jail who is awaiting sentencing on criminal charges has asked a judge to allow him to marry a woman who is also jailed on criminal charges. Attorney Kenneth Lieux. Who represents inmate Calm Smallwood filed a motion Friday in i Airai county pleas court asking judge Floyd d Harris to permit Smallwood to marry Deborah Brown 22, of 1864 Middle Smallwood 2b, of 18o Pratt blvd Elyria is to be sentenced in four to six weeks after pleading guilty to the aggravated trafficking in drugs a it second degree felony Brown of 1864 Middle ave Elyria is being held at the jail on charges of and child endangering involving a 2-year-old boy Harris is expected to Rule on v the matter within a few weeks

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