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Norwalk Airport closed to public

• Apr 14, 2019 at 8:00 PM

April 14, 1963 

The top stories in the Reflector-Herald on this date 56 years ago:

 

Norwalk Airport closed to public

The Norwalk Airport on Milan Road has been closed to the public and henceforth only those who gain written permission in advance prior to their use of the runway will be allowed to use the facilities.

A four-man board under the name of Airport Development Company Managing Committee will give the sole right to use the field. The board is composed of Paul Miller, Eugene Boes, William Wilkinson and Frank Hiltz.

The airport was closed to public use for two reasons. The first was the condition of the runway and the second, lack of funds. The field is now X’ed, there making it illegal to land.

Jim Francisco, who ran the airport for the last few years, has terminated his commitments.

  

Select delegates for Buckeye Boys’, Girls’ State from Norwalk, St. Paul

Five juniors from Norwalk and St. Paul’s high schools have been named by their schools as delegates to the Buckeye Boys’ and Girls’ State conferences to be attended by students from throughout Ohio the week after school closes in June.

Norwalk’s Bruce Chapin and Jack Arthur and St. Paul’s Dan Burrill are delegates to Boy’s State. Edwin Meyer is the alternate from St. Paul’s. Norwalk’s Cindy Johnson and Christie Berner are delegate and alternate to Girls’ State, while Martha Wise and Kathleen Wechter will attend as St. Paul’s delegate and alternate.

 

Local music students to give spring recital

The Norwalk Music Center will present its Spring Recital at 2 p.m. April 21st at Maplehurst School.

Among the students participating will be: Debbie Chase, Denyse Amerine, Deny VanVierah, Mary Charles, Marsha Moser, Linda Hershiser, Diane Hershiser, Jim Obermiller, Sheri McGinn, Nancy Harmon, Deane Sanders, Dick Holmes, Craig Sanger, John Brutsche, Penny Wobser, Michael Elmlinger, Kevin Hohler, Rick Kearney, Gary Ransbottom, Dennis Humbel, Gary McGinn, Dennis Witter, Herman Horn, Marlin Borsick, Betty Holmes and Mark Hettel.

 

Basking in Florida sunshine

Members of Norwalk’s Girl Scout Troop 62 are pictured on the pool deck of the Roney Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach, Fla. The girls and their sponsors, Mrs. A.J. Swartz and Mrs. Guy Parish, spent four days in Miami Beach and four days on a cruise to Nassau during the Norwalk Public School spring vacation period last week. They are Mrs. Swartz, Betty Hilson, Stasia Swartz, Ruth Ann Beck, Mary Saladin, Gail Derby, Sandy Livengood, Mrs. Parish, Leslie Ellis, Cindy Johnson, Judy Bahnsen, Joan Schaafsma and Jenniffer Ross.

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