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Monroeville business burns

• Feb 27, 2018 at 8:00 PM

Feb. 27, 1965

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date in 1965:


Miller Filter Co. interior gutted

Fire of undetermined origin gutted the Miller Filter Corp. building, 73 Wye St. here this morning.

No official estimate on the loss has been made. Some office equipment was salvaged but the entire interior of the two story 30 by 60 building and an inventory building at the rear were burned. Walls were damaged.

The firm manufactures oil filters. President and owner of the building, Albert E. Miller, Sr., 149 W. Main St., Norwalk, said included in the loss was several thousand dollars worth of oil filters ready for shipment.


Engineers elect

The Lake Erie chapter of the Ohio Society of Prfessional Engineers announced the results of their election of officers at their recent meeting in Fremont. James Mushett of Norwalk was elected as a trustee.


NHS, Flyers open tournament play

The Norwalk Truckers and St. Paul Flyers launch into the first round of sectional tounranment action tonight after a one day postponement because of weather conditions.

The dates are the only things that have been changed in the tourneys as the Truckers still open the show at 7 p.m. at Sandusky and the Flyers play the second game at 8:30 p.m. at Willard.

Both Norwalk teams stand good chances of coming out of their first round sectional play with wins as they both have beaten their first round picks in regular season play. However, the second round to be played at 7 p.m. Monday  may be a different story as Norwalk will probably be paired off against Bellevue and the Saints will probably play Monroeville.


— Compiled by Andy Prutsok


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