NEWS HERALD - Jan. 19, 1962
Some Land Transfers:
J. H. Davis, etal to Frank & Carolyn Gritzer 50-100 A.L. 11 Sec. 2 Tp. 14,
Robert Kultti, Dec'd to Eleanor Kultti Und 1/2 int. L. 130 Park Plat, Conneaut.
Eleanor J. & Toivo Kangas to Geo. D. Kingdom L. 130 Park Plat Conneaut.
Geo. D. Kingdaom* to Toivo J. & Eleanor J. Dangas**
L. 130 Park Plat, Conneaut.
Council Chamber, Jan. 25,
8 P.M. to transfer property to City Recreation Board and dissolve
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NEWS HERALD - Apr. 26, 1963
Some Land Transfers:
Beatrice E. & Alex S. Torok to Harold E. Kauffman - A. L. Blk. 275 Montore
St.; L. 194 195-196-197 Lake View Plat Conneaut.
Harold E. Kauffman to Alex & Beatrice E. Torok - A. L. - Blk. 275 Monroe St.; L.
194 195-196-197. Lake View Plat Conneaut. Conneaut.
LICENSED TO SELL CEMETERY LOTS
A meeting was recently
held by Mayor Stanley Robertson and Solicitor Walter E. Thayer of Conneaut with
Lewis A. Puthoff, manager, and Attorney L. E. Downey representing Chester R.
Whittington, owner of Greenlawn Memory Gardens.
At this meeting it was
pointed out by Mr. Downey that Mr. Whittington had established a garden type
cemetery at North Kingsville and that all of the salesmen who will be contacting
the general public have been licensed by the Ohio Real Estate Commission to sell
Mr. Downey said the
Greenlawn Memory Garden representatives are trained to adequately advise
prospective purchasers of this program but are in no way authorized to represent
any facts concerning municipal cemeteries, space available, or costs charged by
municipalities or other sub-divisions. While cemeteries of this type are
new in this area, they have been in existence in other parts of Ohio for many
It was also pointed out by Mayor Robertson that
information on municipal cemeteries may be obtained at any time at the office of
Honor Nine City Firms At County Safety Fete
industrial firms were among the 42 county firms receiving safety awards Thursday
Night at Grotto Hall at the 13th annual Safety Awards Banquet sponsored by the
Industrial Commission of Ohio.
Of the 42 firms, 10 received
group awards, 30 received 100 percent awards signifying no accidents in 1962,
and 23 got achievement awards for individual safety records.
Only four companies got
awards in all categories: Rockwell Standard Corp., True Temper Corp.,
Saybrook Pant, the Iten Fibre Co. and Ashtabula Rubber Co.
Exomet Inc., of Conneaut
and the CEI received a group award, while hundred per cent awards went to Strong
Stearn Specialty, Hercules Packing Corp., Conneaut Rubber and Plastics, Conneaut
Die Casting Co. and Presque Isle Plastics.
Achievement awards were
presented to Hercules Packing Corp., CEI, Astatic Corp., and Allied Resins.
On hand to make the
presentations was Lawrence Rhodes, administrative assistant in the Ohio Division
of Safety and Hygiene.
Speaker; Fred Smith a
southern industrial leader, stressed the need for "decisive leadership" in
educating workers in safety. He said, "There may be an excuse for not
having a college degree, but there is no excuse for having no education at all."
Chester Roberts of Linde Division, Union Carbide
Metals, gave the annual report of the county safety campaign. He noted
that accident frequency in Ashtabula County in 1952 was slightly above 1961.
The area rate was 2.04 points higher than the state average (in man hours lost
per million man hours worked).
"We will keep your fmaily
Warm and Comfortable"
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NEWS HERALD - Apr. 27, 1963
730 Foot Carrier
UNLOAD FIRST ORE SHIP HERE
CREWMEN ABOARD the Hamiltonian (left) first ore boat of the season, watch as
the hullets of Pittsburgh and Conneaut Dock Co. begin to unload its more than
22,000 tons of gray concentrated ore from Port Cartier, Quebec. RIGHT - Charles
Gulliford, customs and immigration agent, confers with Capt. Gordon Canough of
St. Catherines, Ont., on the lsit of the 32 seamen under his charge.
* probably Kingdom
** probably Kangas