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Lawyers reject legal aid idea

• Oct 30, 2019 at 8:00 PM

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on Oct. 30, 1966:

 

Lawyers reject legal aid idea

The director of the Erie-Huron Community Action Commission (CAC) today charged the Huron County Bar Association with “lack of foresight,” after the bar stymied efforts of the CAC to gain a legal aid program.

The director, Emerson Cole, said “It’s really kind of pathetic...that they do not deal with the disadvantaged.”

Cole had asked for the bar’s endorsement of the program which was a major obstacle to clear before Washington would fund money for the program.

In a letter to Cole, the bar said, “No need for such a program has been demonstrated which would justify expenditures in excess of $32,000 per year.

The program would have hired a full-time attorney to give legal counseling to those in poverty income brackets.

 

Car stalls, hit by train

A Norwalk woman miraculously escaped serious injury Monday when her car was hit by a Norfolk & Western train at Woodlawn Avenue.

She is Mrs. Russell C. Stower, 31, of 8 Cedar Street.

She said she had tired to cross the tracks about 1:05 p.m. but her car stalled on the tracks. The train hit the side of her car and knocked it into the air. It landed 36 feet from the point of impact.

The entire right side of the car was wrecked, according to police.

 

Heady project

(Photo caption) “Tippy the Dippy Hippy” and “Marty Martian” are just a few of the characters on hand in a classroom at St. Joseph’s Elementary School in Monroeville. It’s all part of an art class project of the eighth grade students of Sister Angelorg, SND. They have made an assortment of heads of papier-mache over balloons. Here Debbie Stang and Donald Lonk know its just some of their classmates under those faces so they aren’t frightened. Under the faces, kneeling in front, are Mike Frank and Helen Geis while Joseph Rainds, Dennis Hauler and Jerry Kimball in back. At left, Cindy Bores and Jeff Graham hold up the elephant and former heads they made.

 

Plotting strategy

(Photo caption) Norwalk’s coaching staff is trying to brew up a victory for Homecoming Friday night. Head Coach Leonard Hardman talks to his staff, Dennis Corrigan, Dale Berner, Bob Taylor and Robert Gullett.

 

8th grade nips Huron in finale

Norwalk Junior High’s eighth grade team finished its season with a 3-3-2 record Monday on the strength of an 8-0 victory over the Huron eighth grade. 

Quarterback Scott Twitchell hit halfback Randy Laycock with a 20-yard pass for the game’s only touchdown, capping an 80-yard second quarter drive. Twtichell scored the extra points on a quarterback sneak.

Earlier in the drive Twitchell hit Dave Calhoun for an 80-yard-gainer.

 

 

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