...r NOTICE â€"â€" Doris Pollock an â€˜oun-
es the opening of evening C1 5595
allet for children 9 years and
over\ Classes start January 6.
, 735 to 8.15 pm. Fer fur-
ther partlâ€˜câ€™glars phone AV. 5-131~8_
- UARY 7 â€"â€" Vednesday, ï¬rst
( lute ~of...
gar and three grandchildren.
Mr. H. B. Galpin who served
as Public School Inspector in
York 9 for the past year re-
tired from service in the De-
partment of Education effec-
tive January 1, 1953
. Mr. Gai-
pin who had many years of
distinguished service in the
teaching profession has re-
... of the police dept.
stated. â€œI donâ€™t think the $25 is
sufficient for two police officersâ€.
$100 license fee and $25 nightly
for two policemen.
Four schools, each with ten
classrooms and - kindergarten
designed to provide basic fa-
cilities with â€œno frillsâ€ are
planned for 1953
... then, was
invited tnoi belcome Honorary Libra-
rian andï¬ adviser to the Board.
New Executive ,
The [officers for 1953
turned for another year with John
L. Gruw as chairman and Mrs.
wGordom Wells secretary. The dir-
ectors are B, L. Langdon, Dr. J.
H. Barrie, Mrs. J. L. Grew, Mrs.
....A. of Richmond
fill United Church will meet on
londay. February 2. Speaker will
ANUARY 31 â€" 3 pm. Ladiesâ€˜
Cout Auxiliary is holding 8 Cor-
nation Tea and Baking Sale at
me Scout Hall, 9A Yonge St. Rich-
}ond H111. clw31
The ï¬rst meeting in 1953
arkham and Vaughan Public
...., sponsored by
Canadian Legion Branch 375.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Carson.
King City, will be at home to their
friends and relatives. on the oc-
casion of their Golden Wedding.
on Tuesday, February 10, 1953
from 3 to 5 o'clock in the after-
noon and in the evening from 7 to
... is causing considerable
worry- to township officials.
WOODBRIDGE : Laurence Keï¬'er
has been elected president of the
Agricultural Society for 1953
LAKE SIMCOE : The cold snap
in recent weeks has seen' the op-
ening of full scale ï¬shing on the
her wolves has beenâ€˜seen in this
... of Com-
merce at Unionville at an interest
rate of 434% per annum was pass-
ed. This money will be used to
meet current expenses until the
taxes are collected.
Thornhill Police Village has
Submitted its 1953
ing to $8,400 to the township. This
budget will be borne jointly...
... preparations for
their Trade Fair. They hope to orâ€"
ganize into a Board of Trade soon.
Municipal Offices, Unionville at 7
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO., THURSDAY, FEdRUA 0â€™ 26th. 1953
MARCH 2 -â€" Monday. Meeting of
Richmond Hill Council at the
municipal offices at 7 pm. Deleâ...
... is a win-
ner of the Governor-Generalâ€™s
AURORA : Dr. C. H. Pratt has
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 5th. 1953
Constable Bill Shearn of the
Markham Township Police De-
partment investigated last Friâ€˜
day the dumping by some un-
known party of 22 Pinball ma-
chines along the side...
....75 effective January
Make Two Appointments
For mileage for the fourth quar-
ter of â€˜52 there was a decrease of
8,596 from 1951 ï¬gures or a de-
crease of 4.76 per cent. For the
whole year of 1952 ï¬gures~show an
increase in mileage of 1.884 over
the same period in 1951. or an in-
... outlined brieï¬‚y the
30 yearsâ€™ growth of the O.S.C.C.
the society originating in London,
Ontario and now spreading over
the greater part of Ontario. In
~vacation was given to 1000
children in three summer camps as
well as maintaining its well-
known school in Toronto. The
O.S.C.C. relies mainly...
...-time resident of Maple.
He will commence his duties
in the near future.
An additional staff member
has been engaged: Mrs. How-
ard Chapman will be in charge
of stenographic work in the
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 26th. 1953
... rate at
71 mills, on a motion, moved
by councillor Perkins and sec-
onded by councillor Middleton
and unanimously endorsed by
council. The 1953
rate is four
below last year's rate of 75.
The drop is attributed to
the increased assessment
brought about by the recent
annexation of approximately...
...1ï¬ay school taxes
AURORA : Building Permits for
the ï¬rst three months in 1953
amounted to $100,729, much above
the $66,000 ï¬gure for the same
period in 1952.
EAST YORK â€˜: 'rï¬eâ€˜1953
will be 112.75 mills a slight deâ€"
crease of .05 mills from last year.
... in the community life of
President Stewart Rumble is
meeting tonight (Thursday) with
directors and committee chairman
and is conï¬dent that the 1953
marking Coronation Year will -be
the best in the long history of the
Prize lists will be available for
distribution soon and will offer...
Everybody welcome. c1w43
EVERY THURSDAY â€"â€˜ Bingo
sponsored by L.0.L. 2368 in the
Orange Hall, Richmond Hill at 8
pm. sharp. Lucky draw night.
AURORA : Town Council Monday
struck a record high mill rate of
'72 mills for 1953
. This is a whop-
ping 15 mill jump over last year...
WOODBRIDGE : The 1953
has been set at 60 mills as com-
pared to 62.5 for 1952.
NEWMARKET : Work has started
on the rebuilding of Main St. and
traffic will be suspended for about
one week. Plans call for new road-
bed. pavement, sidewalks, curbs,
gutters and services.
VOLUME LXXIV. NUMBER 45
Smaller cuts have already
been effected in both Vaughan
and Whitchurch township road
In keeping with their an-
nounced policy to slash the
Municipal road budgets.
the Department of Highways
has cut the Markham town-
ship road budget...
... of satisfaction
of a job well done. Lion Paul announced the operating ï¬g-
ures of the Community Hall for the period from July 1, 1952,
to May 1, 1953
, and the ï¬gures showed that the Lions Com-
munity Hall will certainly payâ€˜its way.
Taping stations for applying re-
flective tape has been arranged...