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Elyria Chronicle Telegram Newspaper Archives May 30 1990, Page 1

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Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Elyria, Ohio Inside Story a a real charmer soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev reviews an Honor guard in Ottawa can Ada during his two Day visit there. Gorbachev and his wife Raisa charmed throngs of Canadian Citi Zens. Page a-2. A Best thief Rickey Henderson of the Oakland athletics holds third base High Over his head tuesday after stealing his 893rd base to surpass Tycobb s record. Page d-5 Anaheim tribe falters again in California. Page d-5. Accent on food Phil Hicks has a Story about the juror following the Fra approved process of irradiating food to extend shelf life and eliminate pests and bacteria. Opponents however maintain that bombarding food with Radia Tion has too Many a researched possible Side effects to use. Page do. A 9-1-1 operator has been suspended for mishandling an Accident Call. Page b-1 an Erie pa., Man alleges that he was brutalized and framed during an incident Mon Day by police. Page b-1 a foundation has been established by Allen memorial Hospital s Board of trustees to manage million earned from a bequest set up More than 50 years ago. Page b-2. Avon Lake the Jervis Webb company will be closing its doors for Good by mid August. Page b-2. A Grant has been approved for a steel co. Project sponsored by Cleveland state University and the United steelworkers. Page b-1. A Hotst a school Board Mem Ber is worried about the future of the students who dropped out of this year s class before graduating. Page e-2. Index accent dl-3 editorial 64 auctions e2 etc.65 Bridge 67 sports d5-8 business comics death 04 theater e7 to 67 66 forecast com Low tonight 35-40. Sunny thursday. High near 70. Details on Page a-3. Cleveland is out for 92 convention Washington a with out a presidential candidate in sight democrats Are leaping ahead with 1992 convention preparations by designating new Orleans and new York As the finalists to Host the meeting party sources say. The 46-member site selection committee visited four cities this year including the two recycling Cost is put at by Lawrence Budd it staff writer Elyria a recycling pro Gram proposed for the City May Cost a month for hauling loads but As much As half that Cost would be returned by Sale of the reusable materials Mem Bers of City Council s Public safety and environment com Mittee were told tuesday night. The committee recommended that the City Browning Fer Ris industries a Load to haul special dumpsters filled with the City s recyclables to the company s Center in Cleveland where aluminium steel and Brown Green and Clear will be recycled. The proceeds from sales to a Load would either be returned to the City or donated to a sponsoring Community organization on a rotating basis. Cheri Gersak chairman of the Owca recycling task Force called the dumpster the first step in encouraging residents to begin recycling in anticipation of mandatory measures called for by House Bill 592, which will require a 25-percent reduction in the amount of solid wastes sent to landfills by december 1994. This is the first she said. By the time we have to do it it la be no big under the program developed by Bufi and the task Force Cata Lyst resources a company on Garden Street would the monthly rental fee for six months. Bufi which estimated that it would be hauling four to six turn to Page a-4 finalists Houston and Cleveland. The Cleveland presentation impressed the panel with its enthusiasm. The City s Conven Tion Hall in suburban Brook Park was described As the equal or better than the facilities in com Peting cities. But Cleveland s shortage of nearby hotel rooms was a fatal Handicap. I think we were taken seriously this time which gives us a real Chance in said Ohio democratic party chairman James Ruvolo. The party site selection com Mittee s recommendation new York or new Orleans to party chairman Ronald h. Brown puts the democrats on track to their earliest settlement of a Conven Tion site. Good Start so far so Good. Chronicle Tele Gram Champ Alice Gates correctly spelled constituent this morning to make it through the first round of the National spell ing Bee in Washington . The Oberlin eighth grader was the 144th youngster to spell. There Are 226 spellers competing. The it s Steve Fogarty reports from the scene. Page b-2. Alice Gates k. Mccanc Michael Barnes 7, concentrates on his shopping during a from Rossborough manufacturing co., where his father spree sponsored by a special wish foundation of Lorain and works. Huron counties. He is wearing an honorary Engineer s jacket shopping spree is wish come True 7-year-old fighting Bone cancer gets reign of toy store by Cindy Leise it staff writer Elyria give a kid set him Loose in a toy store. What do you get a Nintendo game boy Porta ble video game machine two Remote control cars a race car set a Teddy Ruppin gobs of teenage mutant ninja turtles a Turtle Blimp Batman figures a Bat copter a Bat Jet a batwing a Batman Walkie talkie set. That s just part of the haul by Michael Barnes 7, a second grader at Eastgate elementary. Michael is battling Bone cancer and the shopping spree was set up by the special wish foundation. He also wanted to ride in the Bat Mobile but i did t know How i could arrange said Betty Uebbing of the a special wish she said she was thrilled with Michael s shopping spree and All of the contributors to the Spe Cial wish foundation will be too. It s great to see the eyes of a child in a situation like she said. They dream of a wish but often it never comes after school lets out Michael is facing surgery on his right to remove the portion of the Bone which is cancerous and replace it with a plastic Bone or a cadaver Bone. Amputation is still a possibility and his father Mike Barnes and Michael s grandmother plan a trip to new York City for a second opinion at Sloan Kettering medical Cen Ter. Michael s one wish in new York City is to see the statute of Liberty so the family plans a cab ride there. On May 22, a Benefit for restaurants raised More than for Rainbow babies and childrens Hospital. Homeless advocate s finances Are questioned by Amy Richards it business writer Hutchinson per sons the native Elysian who runs a paper peddled by Home less men and women in new York City has himself made the news again. Just a few Days after persons was interviewed on Abc s 20" program Usa today reported that the new York attorney general is investigating allegations surrounding persons collected two years ago to set up a fund raising concert that never took place. In addition the tax exempt status of nyc Street Aid inc., the Parent company that pub Lishes persons paper Street news is being reviewed by the internal Revenue service according to Usa today. The irs is reportedly investigating whether enough Money goes toward helping the homeless. Billed As America s motivational non profit Street news is peddled by any one who needs the Money and was founded last year to serve As an alternative to panhandling. Vendors buy the paper which includes paid advertising at 30 cents a copy and sell it for 75 cents. For every copy sold Street Aid deposits five cents into an account to be used for the Vendor s Deposit on an apart ment or room according to spokespersons for the company. Persons 33, is the son of Elyria residents Charles and Susan persons. A 1974 graduate of Elyria High school he could not be reached for comment. Persons interrupted his interview on last week and walked out when he was questioned about Hutchinson persons tax exempt status is questioned. His company s finances. He returned later to finish the inter View. Turn to Page a-4 170 flags stolen in s. Amherst South Amherst police report they have several suspects in the memorial Day theft of 170 flags and solid brass markers from veterans Graves in Evergreen cemetery. Police said the suspects Are not local. The flags were placed on the Graves by the american legion and South Amherst fire depart ment. They were reported stolen sometime late sunday or Early monday morning. A police spokesman said the veterans organization worked via Flash Light through the night sunday to replace the flags in time for memorial Day services. Police actions in Elyria standoff assailed by Cindy Leise and John Caniglia it staff writers Elyria two Brothers of Paul sen who is charged in connection with a Syz hour standoff with police tuesday Are angry that they were not permitted to talk with sen Dur ing the crisis. Sen s Brothers Jerome Jerry and Mario said their brother a former state wrestling Champion and Honor Stu Dent tried to Contact them soon after the standoff with police began apparently in a cry for help. All he needed was for one of us to be Jerry sen told the chronicle Telegram. I think he realized his mis take Early in the standoff but we weren t even allowed to say i Paul hang in Mario said. This could have been a but Lorain police capt. Cel Rivera said the swat team s crisis negotiators feared that sen 32, might make Good on his threats to kill himself if he talked with his family. We Don t allow family Mem Bers to talk with people who Are suicidal because it could make them More upset. These were family problems and we did t know if allowing him to talk with his Brothers would make him More upset. There is always the Chance that a person could speak with a family member and then say a final goodbye and then shoot sen of 912 West ave., was eventually captured without incident when swat team Mem Bers entered the Home and found him asleep at about 10 . He was scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Elyria municipal court on charges of Domestic violence inducing panic resisting arrest and disrupting Public services a felony. Sen also faces charges of driving while intoxicated in connection with his arrest by Elyria police monday night. This morning Paul sen speaking through his sister in Law Wendy told the it that he attempted to put an end to the standoff by taking apart the Musket loader and throwing it out the window along with some knives. His Brothers said he also threw out the window a phone and a mounted Walleye Pike and made a pot of Coffee and left it on the porch for the police. But Elyria police chief Rodger Griffith stood behind the actions of the swat team say ing authorities had no Way of knowing what sen would do. It the swat team is a highly trained and efficient unit to second guess them is Griffith said. The Bot Tom line is nobody got he said police will ask the court for restitution from sen a Carpenter for the time some 25 Paul sen and his son Paul 2, in happier times. Police officers spent on the Case which could run up to thousands turn to Page a-4

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