... the street lighting to be in-
talled early this year unless the
teel shortage interferes.
C C . C
VOODBRIDGE: Master of L.O.L.
o. 28 Woodbridge for 1951
0 O C O
UTTON: Cubs of the Sutton and
istrict Pack are collecting coat
angers as their most recent pro-
.... Twenty years ago
the population numbered 2654.
'NEWMARKET: The writing of a
history of Newmarket was sug-
gested by Mayor Joseph Vale at
the inaugural meeting of the 1951
council last week.
NEWMARKET: A. C. McTaggert,
Aurora, formerly with Don Head
Farms, Richmond Hill, Agricul-
... Reel whidh
was participated in enthusiasti-
cally by all.
â€œWhere prlces meet purses" â€"
in the classiï¬ed ad. section. Teleâ€"
phone yours to Richmond Hill 9.
First Home Game
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th 1951
'n Non-essentials, Liberty; In :1â€ Things...
... served as reeve from 1933 to
1939, and again in 1948 and 1950,
in addition to his part term in
. He was a member of vill-
age council in 1919, 1920, 192],
1925, 1926, 1931 and 1932.
Reeve Greene is survived by his
widow, the former Lillian Stonge;
a daughter, Mrs. Burton Kaiser
(May) of Toronto...
LINDSAY: Howard J. William-
son, customs officer, has been e1-
ected a member of town council
by acclamation for the year 1951
to ï¬ll the vacancy caused by the
death of the late Ald. H. G. Puf-
NEWMARKET: Bert McDonald
STOUFFâ€™VLLLE: The circulation
LINDSAY: Fair â€˜Board officials
...€˜HAM: Earl Graham has
been elected president of Markham
and East York Agricultural Soc-
land and Durham Counties Council
has approved a roadâ€˜appropriation
of $349,600., about the
same as last year.
FEBRUARY 9 -â€" Friday. Meeting
of Doncaster Ratepayers Associa...
... by-law alloting
$4,000 for roads and $1,500 for cul-
verts and bridges. Last year the
total spent was about $3,000.
SCARBORO: Erection of a two k.
v.3. sub-station to be known as
Midland M.S., forms part of the
expansion program of the Scar-
boro Public Utilities Commission
... Spend Additional $22,000
On Markham Tp. Roads In 1951
Proposals to hard top the part
of John Street, Thornhill, in Mark-
ham Township and also part of the
Markham Road outside the section
looked after by Richmond Hill were
discussed at the recent meeting of
Markham Township Council when
VbLUME LXXII. NUMBER 35.
Improvement of Richmond Hillâ€™s
roads and sidewalks will be a
â€œmustâ€ in their 1951
village councillors decided at their
meeting on February 26 when es-
timates for the year were con-
Discussing local roads...
" In Three Days
Will there be another last min-
ute rush just before March 20,
ï¬nal date, under the extension an-
nounced by the Department of
Highways this week, for the se-
curing of 1951
vehicle and opera-
After the beating which they
took last week...
with an operating proï¬t; of $2,-
705.03 in January, 1950.
ORILLIA: About half the work
in the erecting of seating aceom-
modation at the new civic arena
has been done. â€˜ â€™ " â€ â€œ
Passenger revenue for January,
, amounted to $25,481.68 as
against $23,703.60 8. twelve-month
has been set at 65 mills, 8 mills
over last year.
NEWMARKET: Council is consid-
ering a by-law to keep dogs tied up
for the twelve months of the year.
BRADFORD: Residents are voting
next month on a by-law prov1ding
for the construction of a sewerage
systm and " sewerage treatment...
will distribute on both a whole-
sale and retail basis.
Elam Attendance Latge
As Trinity Congregation
Gathers At New Location
The Easter week-end of 1951
will be long remembered
by members of the congregation of old Trinity Church,
Thornhill, when, for the ï¬rst time...
... here, T. H. Eberlee was ac-
claimed president of the Rotary
Club for the 1951
-52 term last
ORILLIA: Ratepayers will pay
taxes at rate of 66.6 mills on the
dollar of assessment it was dis-
closed by town clerk, E. M. Payne.
This is an increase of three mills
over last year.
NORTH YORK TWP...
...; In all Things, Charity.â€
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 12th 1951
with the business Mr. Sayers paid
tribute to the memory of the late
Mr. Apperley, Six, who had worked
long and hard for the assoeiation
since its inception.
Members were informed that
ton High School District Board
has decreased its 1951
$76,000 to $63,000.
LINDSAY: Councilâ€˜s request to
tï¬e Board of Governors of Transâ€"
poâ€˜rtation at Ottawa. for a radio
station in the town has been re-
fused for the present, time...
... from running loose twelve
months of the year and owners a]-
lowing their dogs to run are liable
to a $50 ï¬ne under the terms of a
by-law passed last week by the
WHITCHURCH TWP.: In spite of
efforts by council to pare'the 1951
estimates, the township tax rate
will be 44 mill; an in...
...NORTH YORK: North York resiâ€"
dents oversubscribed to the 1951
North York Red Cross Campaign
for funds by more than $4,000.00,
campaign chairman Vern. Singer
STOUFFVILLE: Bert Tindall was
the successful bidder for the 112-
gcre farm at lot 6, con. 8, juSt
south of Mount Albert...
...mJ .Lâ€˜TON: While the official 037-13,â€œ,
has not been passed yet, It was
agreed by a majority of council
members that a 51 mill rate Was
necessary for 1951
At the morning service Mrs. W.
Carson greeted each person as they
entered the door, and shook each
one by the hand. Mr. A. McBride