JUNE 5, 1969
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 39 years ago:
County mulls voter sign-up
A decision on whether voter registration will be established on a county wide basis will be made before the end of June.
This was the word from County Board of Elections Chairman John Hogsett this morning after board of election members and the county commissioners met behind closed doors for 55 minutes.
Hogsett said problems the board has announced in moving voting machines from one location to another also were considered.
New London and Bellevue have asked for the establishment of voter registration and under the law the board of elections must set it up for those to communities.
Paffenbarger quits Airport Authority
The Huron County Commissioners have been side-stepping a decision on a letter of resignation from Huron County Airport Authority President T.L. Paffenbarger for more than a month.
The letter, dated May 2, is tucked deep in a folder of pending business in the commissioners' office.
Paffenbarger submitted the letter after he and County Prosecutor Bernard Freeman reportedly got into a heated exchange in the commissioners' office over questions of whether legal work Paffenbarger has done for principals in Erie Air Service might represent a conflict of interest.
MONROEVILLE Elected as officers of the Huron County Interscholastic Athletic Association for 1969-70 are the following: Marion Waits, Thomas Brown and George F. Linn Jr.
Lefty Grovers in full swing
Citizens National Bank opened the Lefty Grove Baseball League Junior division with a 12-0 win over Jaycees Tuesday night.
Chuck Hillman got the only hit for the Jaycees while John Stower and Perry Stein slugged a double and triple for Citizens.
Finance System dropped Home Savings 15-1 in another abbreviated contest in the junior division.
Doug Peabody, Mike Fries and Pat Brown paced Finance hitters.
John Meesig pitched Bob Meyers Chevrolet to a 6-4 victory over the VFW as the senior circuit opened its season.
Mark Cross slammed a home run for the losing team.
St. Paul's girls win in tennis
The St. Paul's Girls tennis team ended its season with a 3-2 record after defeating Huron High School 6-1 Tuesday night.
Singles winners were Pat Fleming, Sally Kocher, Janet Fisher and Mary Ann Meesig.
Money making projects
Several photos in the paper showed members of the Norwalk Senior Center enjoying projects which raise funds for the center. Mrs. Clara E. Kiney was shown holding a shopping bag she made of upholstery material. Mrs. Margaret Zeigler displayed ceramics she painted. Roy E. Smith was pictured at the woodworking shop.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok