MARCH 13, 1974
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 34 years ago:
Mrs. Larry Felver and her two-year-old daughter Shannon, were pictured on the front page relaxing at their DeRussey Road home. The evening before, Shannon shifted her mother's car into "drive" when Mrs. Felver left the car running at the Benedict Avenue branch of the Citizen's National Bank. The car crossed Benedict Avenue, jumped a curb, passed between two trees on the lawn of Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital, then hit two parked cars. Shannon came out of her short drive unscathed.
Bressman on appeals board
Eddie L. Bressman has been appointed to the Norwalk Board of Zoning Appeals by Mayor Wayne Goodsite.
Bressman will fill the vacancy on the board created when Noel Arnold recently was appointed by Council to succeed Curtice Casper on the Planning Commission.
Bressman was one of the candidates considered by Council for the Planning Commission Appointment.
Bressman, his wife Ruth, and their family live at 60 Parsons St. He is employed at New Departure in Sandusky.
Winners of Cub Scout Pack 208's Pinewood Derby were pictured in the paper. They included Brett Mason, overall winner,; Mike Nippo, second; Bryan Marcum, third; and Mike McClelland, fourth, all in Class A; and Keith Leimbach, Dean Hofer, Jim Dyer and Charles Wilson, winner through fourth place respectively, class B.
Fisher gets exchange job
Lyle Fisher of Norwalk has been placed in charge of Ohio for International Cultural Exchange, a student exchange program.
Fisher had been a volunteer since August. He was given the job last Thursday.
Pictured in the paper were eight people who were honored with certificates after completing a 20-hour class in Water Safety conducted by Joe Brile, supervisor of the Northwest Ohio Division of Water Safety and Jay Muller. This was the second class of this kind offered in Ohio, the longest and most comprehensive. They are Marion Ebert, Neill Ebert, Betty Comporette, Bill Ommert, Bob Van Dette, Chuck Kashian, Barb Kashian and Roy Cooper.
- Compiled by Andy Prutsok