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BLAST FROM THE PAST - Reflector a tabloid on Saturdays

Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 12:52 PM

AUG. 15, 1964

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 43 years ago:

Something new

The Saturday Reflector debuted in tabloid format.

The Reflector will take this shape every Saturday. On weekdays, the newspaper will revert to its normal size.

Norwalk business flies Ohio flag daily

"Quite simply, I am an American citizen and proud of it," said Jim Zuber.

Inside his restaurant, Zuber has a collection of etchings of every president. Each etching is an actual reproduction of the official presidential engraving. Washington's, for example, is identical to the one on the dollar bill.

"The etchings generate considerable curiosity and have been well received," Zuber said. "It took me several years to find the complete set of identical pictures. I found the collection in a Cleveland department store and frames cost more than the pictures."

"I've always been interested in the presidents and display their pictures as well as the flags simply to reflect the pride I have in this country," Zuber said.

Local man appointed

Edward McManus, 60 1/2 N. Foster St., has been appointed district deputy state president of district nine of the Fraternal Order of Eagles.

Norwalk runners in meet

Ten Norwalk students, six boys and four girls, have been invited to merge with the Bowling Green squad for the Toledo Junior Olympics this afternoon at the Lucas County Recreation Center at Maumee.

The coach of the Bowling Green team, Paul Nestor, has invited the following Norwalk runners to run for his squad: Ann Brown, Jackie Iehle, Nancy Wechter, Linda Coe, Sally Liedorff, Janice Kluding, Tom Ott and Dave Shadle.

Three others, Bill Baines, Rich Lawrie and Elaine Timmerman, were also invited but will not be able to make the trip.

Compiled by Andy Prutsok

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