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$1.98 to $3.25
lution by the 1952
Council at their ï¬rst regular
meeting requesting a three-
month adjournment of the
Mr. LeMasurier who had secured
a copy of the byâ€"law for the pay-
ing of the members of the 1951
council, opened his remarks by say-
The Trustees of School Area No.â€˜
1 of Markham and Vaughan held
their ï¬rst meeting of 1952
Thornhill School on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 8, and elected. Mr. Keith
Richan, Who was vice-chairman in
19:51, as chairman for 1952
Mr. Jackson Taylor as vice-chair-
man for 1952
. Mr. Taylor retains
Anyone interested in joining the
RCAF regular force is advised to
contact Harry Sayers at 535J
Richmond Hill, who will give the
information required regarding
trades and pay. â€œ
The delegate nominated to at-
tend the 1952
Group Convention is
Wing President, Mr. Bern. Peal--
... adults and 86 juven-
iles, a total of 234. Total circula-
tion of books was 7901.
MARKJHAM: Lloyd Turner has
been elected president of Markham
Fair for 1952
AURORA: Clifford Griffiths, local
theatre manager surprised a, deer
on Maple Street :here this week.
Turning on to Maple Street about
Joint Meeting Of Two Counï¬‚g
Markham TWp. Council
Agrees To Annexation
" In a, flurry of resolutions,
amendments and general disaâ€"
greement the Markham Township
Council finally passed the follow-
ingâ€œ annexation resolution-â€œThis
consecutive year the County had
a balanced budget in 1951_ The
tax levy for 1952
will be at the
same rate as last year 6.85 mills.
The budget for this year is $1,983,-
350., an increase of $234,295 over
1951. The tax rate remains un-
changed due to an increase in the
equalized assessment from $223...
..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21st. 1952
Non-essentials, Liberty; In aâ€ Things, Clarity.â€
County Levy Up $700.
Municipal Board Holds Up
Building OiNew School
Trustees School Area, No. 1
Mark-Vaun. Meet With The
Councils Of Two Townships
The Board of Trustees of School
Area No. 1 Markham...
...,550 as its road budget for 1952
which is $57,550 over last Yearâ€™s
road expenditure of $107,000 at a
meeting Monday night. Of the $06,-
500 set aside fpr maintenance, $40,-
000 of this amount went to gravel
for repairs. This sum is $20,000
more than last year.
North Yonge Busses Show
Operating Loss For Dec...
... attendance officer for the
year will be constable W. J. Adams.
There was some discussion but
no action taken on the proposal for
a pension plan for township er'n-
Salaries retroactive to January
, for the members of the
police force were ï¬xed at $2800.
for Chief William A. Skidmore...
.... H. Michell
followed by Miss Rosemary Wright
singing â€œBless This House.â€
By Mrs. H. G. Robertson
The official opening of the new
Jefferson Public School took place
on Monday, March 10, 1952
, at 8.30
pan. Former pupils of Jefferson
and parents of those now in at-
tendance at Jefferson, as well...
Timbers stated he had been
unable to reach the lawyer.
Without further delay the
council members re-introcï¬uced
the resolution and passed It.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY MARCH 20th. 1952
Non~esscntials, Liberty; In all Things, Charity.â€
5 Man Board
The Board of Richmond Hill Dis-
... as chairman of
STOUFFVILLE: The municipal
budget for 1952
considered by the
municipal council indicates the like-
lihood of an increase of eleven
mills over last year and a levy this
year of 53 mills.
The area to be canvassed
was zoned into twelve sections,
with each section under the
... or comments from all in
bouncill'or Lennie suggested that
ubiic School Board Unanimous
I Continuing The Kindergarten
Non-essentials, Liberty; In all Things, Charity.
ECHMOND HILL, ONTARIO., THURSDAY APRIL Bid. 1952
the whole matter be turned over toâ€˜
the Planning Board. Mr. Fenn ob...
popular member of the Board
was asked by the members to
carry on until the end of the
present school year, at which
time the trustees will act on
TO OPEN SPRING FAIR
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO., THURSDAY APRIL 10th. 1952
A four-man delegation from S.â€˜
S No. 21, Locust Hill...
ing of Town Beautiï¬cation Week
here May 10 to 17. "
VANDORF: F. H. Roberts was
awarded Whitchurch gravel con-
tract for 15,000 yards at $1.10 per
WILLOWDALE: North York Twp.
tax rate for 1952
has been struck
at 123 mills. This is a 16 mill in-
crease over last year. Eleven...
for their contributions to the ev-
ening, after which Lion President
Wes brought the memorable occa-
sion to a close. Maple Lions Club
is grateful to Mr. L. Folliott, pro-
prietor of Summit View. for the
delicious southern fried chicken
dinner he provided.
Local Tp. Mill Rate
...,824.90 which will set the mill
rate at 483:; mills, as comparedvfo
a. mill rate last year of 45.
Breaking down the main items
of the budget, $61,346.31 was set
aside for education, $8,000 for re-
ief and $75,000 for roads. It was
reported that the assessment for
will be $3,177,437 as com-
"In Essentials, Unity,-
Richmond Hill Tax Rate For 1952
Fixed At 75 Mills, Aâ€˜ Record High
The death occurred on Tuesday,
May 6, of Mr. George Boyington
Padget, a well known ï¬gure in
Markham Township. Mr. Padget
who was in his 87th year resided
on the 3rd concession of Markham
... in the building. Con-
stable Robbins lassoed the an-
imal and put it in a bushelbas-
ket, later letting it out on on.
of the back concessigns.
It was announced this week
that at the registration held
May 6 for *the 1952
sion of Richmond Hill Pub-
lic School Kindergarten 67...
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