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Elyria Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Elyria, Ohio A2 Monday, March 30, 2015 The Chronicle- Telegram FROM PAGE ONE Founded July 24, 1829 A. C. Hudnutt, Publisher, 1927- 1950 Arthur D. Hudnutt, Publisher, 1970- 1991 A. Cooper Hudnutt, Publisher, 1991- 2010 March 30, 2015, No. 90 Elyria ( non- toll area)................. 329- 7000 All other Ohio areas....... ( 800) 848- 6397 Copyright © 2015, The Chronicle- Telegram Material published in this newspaper is the property of The Lorain County Printing & Publishing Company and is not to be reproduced without permission. Persons seeking such permission should contact JoAnn Traut at The Chronicle’s office. EXECUTIVES President/ CEO . . . . . . . Paul B. Martin Vice President . . . . . Andrew R. Young Gen. Manager . . . . William D. Hudnutt Controller . . . . . . . . . Ann E. Klunzinger EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR Andrew R. 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Saturdays and Sundays CIRCULATION If you didn’t get your paper, please call: Home Delivery Service Elyria ( non- toll areas): . . .329- 7200 All other areas: ( 888) 836- 8328 Phone hours 6 a. m.- 5 p. m. Monday to Friday 7 a. m. to 10 a. m. Saturdays and Sundays. Subscription rates ( daily & Sunday) : Home delivery: $ 4.10 per week; $ 192.70 per year By mail within U. S.: $ 286 per year Electronic edition: $ 9.50 per month; $ 96.60 per year Newsstand price per copy: $. 75 daily, $ 1.50 Sunday The Chronicle- Telegram ( USPS 110- 020) is published daily by the Lorain County Printing and Publishing Company, 225 East Ave., Elyria, OH 44035. Periodicals postage paid at Elyria, OH 44035. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: The Chronicle- Telegram, P. O. Box 4010, Elyria, OH 44036. LOTTERY The Chronicle- Telegram is committed to providing accurate news coverage. Call us at 329- 7155 to let us know about factual errors. CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS Ohio ( Sunday) Midday Pick 3: 5- 4- 0, Pick 3: 5- 7- 9, Midday Pick 4: 0- 5- 8- 1, Pick 4: 3- 8- 2- 3, Midday Pick 5: 0- 4- 8- 5- 7, Pick 5: 7- 8- 2- 2- 6, Rolling Cash 5: 15- 16- 18- 20- 30. Next Rolling Cash 5 jackpot is $ 120,000. Next Classic Lotto jackpot is $ 2.3 million. Mega Millions FRIDAY: 17- 21- 36- 58- 70, Mega Ball: 3, Megaplier: 5. Mega Millions jackpot is an estimated $ 20 million. Powerball SATURDAY: 2- 4- 6- 12- 38, Powerball: 17, Power Play: 3. Powerball jackpot is an estimated $ 50 million. Out of state MICHIGAN ( SUNDAY) — Daily 3: 9- 0- 8, Daily 4: 5- 5- 3- 9, Fantasy 5: 7- 22- 23- 29- 33. PENNSYLVANIA ( SUNDAY) — Pick 3 : 5- 2- 6, Pick 4: 8- 2- 6- 5, Pick 5: 2- 8- 4- 5- 2, Cash 5: 8- 18- 19- 25- 35. Worcester, her voice breaking, said she spoke by phone with Tyburski’s mother, Janet Tyburski, shortly before the vigil. Worcester said Janet Tyburski, who Worcester said is caring for Tyburski’s 4- yearold son Bennett, was too distraught to appear. “ It’s so beyond anything we feel,” Worcester said. “ The magnitude must be immeasurable.” Speakers included the Rev. Tom Joyce of Fields United Methodist Church, who called the death “ incredibly sad.” He read a letter from the Tyburski family thanking vigil participants, but asking for privacy. “ We take great comfort in knowing Rachele is at peace with her heavenly father,” Joyce said, reading from the letter. “ As well as her earthly father, Darryle.” After Joyce’s remarks, the Rev. Mike Payne of Cathedral of Life Ministries led vigil goers in a singing of “ Amazing Grace.” Payne said Tyburski’s death was senseless. “ We pray the family gets peace that passes all understanding,” he said. “ And we pray that everyone gets closer to God, our creator, because of this.” Contact Evan Goodenow at 329- 7129 or egoodenow@ chroniclet. com VIGIL From A1 ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE Members of the North Ridgeville community gather under the gazebo at South Central Park on Sunday evening to remember Rachele Tyburski, 26, of Lakewood, whose body was discovered in a field off Victory Lane in North Ridgeville on March 15. of the cockpit and ignore his pleas to open the door before slamming the plane into a mountain on what should have been a routine flight from Barcelona to Dusseldorf. French officials refused to confirm or deny a partial transcript that German newspaper Bild am Sontag said it had obtained of the cockpit recording. The paper reported Sunday that the pilot left for the toilet shortly before 10: 30 a. m. and was heard trying unsuccessfully to get into the cockpit again a few minutes later, then shouting “ for God’s sake open the door.” After several more minutes in which the pilot could be heard trying to break open the door, the plane crashed into the mountainside, according to Bild am Sonntag, which didn’t say how it obtained the report. Brice, the Marseille prosecutor said that none of the bodies recovered so far have been identified, denying German media reports that Lubitz’s body had been found. Tests on the body of the copilot may provide clues on any medical treatment he was receiving. Germany prosecutors said Friday that Lubitz was hiding an illness and sick notes for the day of the crash from his employer. Dietrich, the pastor, said he knew Lubitz as a teenager, when he attended religious education 13 years ago, and his mother, who worked as a part- time organist in the community. “ When I worked with her or talked to her, it was very good and very harmonious. We had good conversations,” Dietrich said. “ I know her and her family. This does not make sense. It is incomprehensible for me, for us, for everyone who knew her and the family.” “ From what I’ve heard, there were no obvious signs that there is anything in the background that could lead to this,” he added. In Rome, Pope Francis on Sunday prayed for the victims of the plane crash, citing in particular the 16 German students returning from an exchange trip to Spain. Francis offered the prayer after Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square at the start of Holy Week. In Le Vernet, a town near the crash site, families and friends of those killed were still coming to terms with what had happened. “ Members of the family shed tears as they went to see the site,” said Ippei Yamanaka, coworker of Japanese passenger Junichi Sato who died in the crash. “ It was particularly moving to see Mr. Sato’s father asking the leader of the Kempeitai ( a Japanese military rescue team), with many tears in his eyes, for them to continue the search operation and for it to finish earlier even by just one day. “ His wife says she still she cannot believe what has happened, saying that it almost feels like her husband is away on his business trip and that it still feels like he is going to return soon,” Yamanaka said. CO- PILOT From A1 Habitat, but the rent increase was needed to help pay for repairs. “ We’re a nonprofit, but all of us are businesses too,” he said. “ We have to make good business decisions and choices.” Davis said Our Lady plans to take over the building and run a resale store and provide job training for clients when Habitat moves. “ Although it is definitely in need of repair, we see it as a great opportunity for our organization,” he said. “ The investment that we will have to make in the building is minor in comparison to what we would have to do if we were starting from scratch.” However, Davis said Our Lady isn’t forcing Habitat out. LaRosa said Davis wanted Habitat to pay rent for the rest of the year regardless if it moved before the end of the year. Davis said that’s false. Davis said he does want a written lease with Habitat — he said the group had operated with a verbal agreement with Gross — but it won’t have to pay after it moves. Davis said Our Lady plans to begin $ 50,000 in repairs as soon as the weather warms. Davis said Habitat can take as long as it needs to find a new home.“ We’re going to try as two nonprofits to work together to make this work for both of us,” he said. LaRosa said Habitat hasn’t had much luck finding a new location and is hoping a benefactor with a building will step up. If the ReStore moves, customer Jerrod Biebrick said he hopes it isn’t far. Biebrick, owner of Patriot Property Management, said he owns about 80 rental properties in Lorain and has been buying building materials at the store for two or three years. Biebrick, who also donates materials, estimates he’s saved $ 7,000 to $ 8,000 purchasing at the store rather than buying new materials at big box stores. Biebrick said he likes the idea that his money is going to help build homes for the needy. “ Anything that can help the community would be great,” he said. Contact Evan Goodenow at 329- 7129 or egoodenow@ chroniclet. com HOME From A1 Kelly LaRosa, Director of Habitat for Humanity, moves some boxes of flooring inside the East 34th Street store. A bucket in the foreground catches water from one of the many leaks in the building. BRUCE BISHOP / CHRONICLE PHOTOS Exterior of the Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore building on East 34th Street in Lorain. Get veteran baseball insight— read Chris Assenheimer… Read Chris in The Chronicle, like him on Facebook, follow him at Twitter at CAwesomeheimer “ Although it is definitely in need of repair, we see it as a great opportunity for our organization. The investment that we will have to make in the building is minor in comparison to what we would have to do if we were starting from scratch.” Terry Davis, CEO and president, Our Lady of the Wayside

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