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Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Elyria, Ohio R inside Story Lorain Casino hotel multiplies Spitzer says hell build several smaller specialized units Mahl baffling leukaemia David and Carol Verderber Are hoping to win the fight against David s leukaemia by raising funds to test the Bone marrow of about area residents. The chances of a match Are Story on by. Arlington Tex indians tame Charlie Hough for fourth straight time in 4-0 win. Page c-1. Dublin Ohio Greg Norman wins memorial open at Mirfield without firing a shot. Page c-1. The county s Legal Aid society wants Lorain to shift in Federal funds. Page c-6. Three charged in the alleged Sale of crack cocaine to passers by. Page by. This 24-year-old s Hope for life rests with a stranger. Page by. Points North Avon athletic boosters set third annual cow Chip drop plop. Page b-3. Lebanon Swap brewing for yank hostages Page a-4. Vilnius user Baltic states Appeal to Bush Gorbachev for help. Page a-2. Miss Jackson state remembered 20 years later. Page a-4. Female midshipman quits naval Academy after being handcuffed to a urinal and harassed. Page a-5. Chicago two Chicago police men die answering a family fight Call. Page a-4. York a record number of viewers tuned in to see comedian Andrew Dice Clay on saturday night Page b-7. Business Sam Battles wants his owe students to have a diploma in one hand and a Job in the other. Page b-8. Washington party politics will affect talks about trimming the deficit says John Sununu White House chief of staff. Page b-8 ice Yahola Olmsted of twp will probably have to live with a North Olmsted imposed sewer ban until 1991. Page b-2. Berea new zip code for Bagley Road corridor gets stamp of approval. Page c-6. Index accent a6-8 auctions c6 Bridge b7 business b8 comics .07 dear Abby a7 forecast etc.b5 form .c5 Horoscope b6 sports cl-4 theater 87 to b6 Low tonight in the Low 50s. High tuesday around 80. Details on Page a-3. By Scott Stephens it staff writer Lorain Developer Alan Spitzer has changed his mind about building a Mammoth High Rise hotel As part of his proposed Casino and resort Complex on the Black River in Lorain. Spitzer Oberlin College presi Dent s. Frederick Starr has been subpoenaed to testify at a hearing for one of six protesters. Page by. Education column Elyria schools dropout rate takes a plunge. Page a-8. Medical notes alzheimer s group for hispanics formed. Page a-8. Instead of a High Rise Spitzer said he now favors a series of smaller 200-room Spe Fialty hotels that would Cater to different types of travellers such As business people families Young people and honeymoon ers. Spitzer president of Elyria based Spitzer great lakes ltd., disclosed the change last week during a speech to the Cleveland chapter of the National association of corporate officers of real estate. The Developer said the change was a marketing tool that would allow the resort to sell itself to a More precise Market according to a report in Grain s Cleveland business. Separating the hotels would also allow a family not interested in gambling to stay at the resort without being exposed to the Casino for example. Like everything we re doing this is a new Spitzer said today. But it s still a concept nothing is set in Spitzer said he has been lean ing toward the smaller hotel concept for several months. Spitzer also said smaller Shorter hotels would fit the bowl like riverfront location better than a High Rise. Spitzer and his supporters Are waiting for Ohio Secretary of state Sherrod Brown to validate additional petitions he turned in last week that were needed to place his Casino plan on the statewide ballot nov. 6. The Issue would Call for an Amend ment to the Ohio Constitution that would pave the Way for a five year Pilot program testing Casino gambling in Lorain. If the Issue makes it on the november ballot and is approved by voters Loran would then hold a local vote on the Issue. If the Casino plan fails Spitzer has said he would build a resort Complex in Lorain to compete with the Flats in Cleveland. High court Flag ruling to reach of from local and wire reports Washington a decision whether to prosecute two Ober Lin College students who publicly burned an american Flag during a january demonstration hinges on the outcome of two similar cases under consideration by the . Supreme court at an extraordinary session today. Today s Oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Flag Protection act of 1989 marked the first time in nine years the justices held such a session after april. The justices Are reviewing rulings by Federal judges in Washington and Seattle who said the Law violates the Freedom of expression Protection granted by the first amendment. The Law was challenged by demonstrators who burned american flags in the two cities. In the Oberlin College Inci Dent a Flag was burned during a Jan. 5 demonstration protesting the . Invasion of Panama. Last month a spokesman for the . Attorney s office in Cleveland indicated no decision turn to Page a-4 Demjanik Appeal to last five weeks Jerusalem a a defense attorney monday challenged the conviction of retired Ohio autoworkers John Demjan Juk saying the . Extradition agreement did not specify deportation for War crimes. The hearing before the five member Israel supreme court is expected to last five weeks Dur ing which defense attorney Yoram Sheftel said he would present a nine Point argument in an Effort to overturn Demjan Juk s conviction and death sen tence. Demjan Juk 70, who moved to the Cleveland suburb of seven Hills after world War ii was found guilty of crimes against humanity and crimes against jews under a 1950 Law allowing prosecution of nazis and collaborators. Five prosecution witnesses said he was Ivan the the sadistic guard who operated Gas Chambers which killed jews at the nazi death Camp of Treblinka in occupied Poland during world War ii. Sheftel said he would argue the three judge trial court was biased and that physical Evi Dence used by the prosecution was forged. Teen message Leiter it could happen if you drink and drive on prom night. That was department and emergency medical technicians the Core team the message of Elyria West High school teen Institute. With the of the teen Institute staged a mock Accident at the school to help of the Elyria police department Elyria township fire emphasize the dangers of drinking and driving. Car crash kills Vermilion girl was at High school prom Morrow a policeman removes Handcuffs from John Demjan Juk in court today As he starts his Appeal in Jerusalem. By Jeff Mohrman it staff writer Roches Ter an 18-year-old Vermilion High school senior who would have graduated in less than a month was killed Early sunday when her car veered off route 511 North of the Village and crashed into a Utility pole a tree stump and then overturned. Heidi Morrow of 5157 South st., Vermilion was pronounced dead at the scene by a doctor who flew by helicopter from metro health medical Center in Cleveland. The Accident occurred shortly after Midnight on route 511, just outside Rochester which is located about six Miles South West of Wellington. She was alone in the car. A patrol spokeswoman said the woman s car went off the right Side of the Road then Back across the Highway before crashing. A life flight helicopter from metro health medical Center was summoned to the scene. The Highway patrol is investigating the cause of the crash and the Lorain county Coroner has ruled the death accidental. The victim s Mother Gretta Newman of Vermilion said Heidi was a very Independent hard working Young aside from attending High school she worked for Green Circle growers in Kipton and eatery in Vermilion to earn Money for her College Edu cation the Mother said. Heidi planned to attend Cuya hoga Community College to become a court stenographer. She was real bubbly real Newman said. She always was so full of Marsha Hershey principal at Vermilion High school said Morrow would have graduated turn to Page a-4 2 yanks die As base talks open by the associated press Manila Philippines a negotiators began talks today on the future of . Military bases in this country a Day after suspected communist guerrillas shot and killed two american servicemen near one of the installations. Truncheon wielding police fired tear Gas at hundreds of anti base protesters during run Ning confrontations through the streets of the capital. At least 42 people were arrested and five hospitalized witnesses and police said. Pro testers mostly students Retali ated by throwing Small Home made bombs at police. Rallies were held throughout the Day and Security was tight for the talks which opened at the Central Bank building with about 500 police on hand. Five truckloads of riot police were deployed before the Gate at Clark air base As about 400 base opponents rallied in nearby Angeles City. . And philippine officials had expressed fears that the communist new people s army would try to kill americans before the talks on extending the lease on Clark and Subic Bay naval base As Well As four smaller facilities. The lease is set to expire sept. 16, 1991. As the talks opened the chief . Negotiator condemned the killings of two . Airmen near Clark on sunday and assailed the banditry of communist rebels blamed by authorities for the attack. Elyria finast in line for sunday opening by Amy Richards it staff writer Elyria Independence based first National super markets inc. Will open its Sec Ond Lorain county finast store sunday. Located next to Hills department store on Cleve land Street the foot regional supermarket will be Square feet larger than the finast store in Shef Field Village according to first National officials. The Sheffield Village store was opened three years ago. The Elyria finast repro turn to Page a-4

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