... and transportation
inc .ies during 1954
LINDSAY : One of the town's
oldest. business institutions. the
Natiqnal Grocers Co. will close
its warehouse here on January
16. The business will be redis-
tributed among the ï¬rm's other
warehouses at Peterborough,
Ost awn and Orlllla.
ORILLIA : Retiring Mayor...
... by the
York County Council for 1954
were A. H. Williams, Stouï¬vllle,
and W. J. Spears, Markham. Dr.
W. H. Noble was appointed trus-
tee on the NewmarketSutton
board to complete term of Alex
Belugin, who has retired. Mrs.
Lloyd Kay was also appointed
trustee on the Newmarket-Sutton
School Attendance Oï¬icer
On recommendation of the
Police Committee (Deputy-Reeve
W. Clark and Councillor A. Len-
nie) and car ied by the council,
Police Const ble G. Clayton has
been appointed Township School
Attendance Officer for 1954
Clayton will be replacing Mr. W.
J. Speers who...
... was 347.
Get Out and Sell Community
Their duties will include gen-
eral supervision of the home at
Newmarket and they succeed Mr.
and Mrs. Lubbick who recently
were appointed in charge of the
sew Home for the Aged at Lon-
Presumably the municipal
board thought the 1954
... of the Can-
adian Meat Packers Council. Mr.
Leckie spoke on the outlook for
Canadian beef production and
Red Triangle Be'ef Marketing for
Angus breeders. He did not an-
ticipate any great changes in beef
prices during the early months of
but emphasized the inï¬‚uence
of hog prices on the beef...
Having just completed his 40th better known at this time had
year with theâ€˜Woodbridge Hydro
Commission. Ed. W. Brown, at a
recent meeting was again appoint-
ed secretary-treasurer for 1954
He has held the position since
Woodbridge joined the Hydro
family in 1914 which at that time...
... of the Ajax and Picker-
ing Township Hospital.
t I! i '
UXBRIDGE : The township has
333 the 1954
Road Budget at $30,-
SCARBORO : Construction will
start on the new $200,000 Post
Office here this spring, it has
N. GWILLIMBURY : Ratepayers
have approved the $60,000 addiâ€"
ment makes a rigid check on all
eating places and also inspects
all new sanitary installations and
complaints regarding sumps, sep-
tic tanks and drainage.
1rd set its 1954
See â€˜1â€˜ Madcap Minstrelsâ€™ â€™ 2
' Winter Wonder Fair
Contributing to the fun and carni...
on the part of both students and
.nu .. -m.--
vis Drive 'has bÃ©eh sold to a ï¬rm
of subdividers. An industrial area
and spac efor 350 low rental
houses are planned.
AURORA : The staging of an
â€œOld Home Weekâ€ in 1954
PINE GROVE; Threeâ...
... has cut its road budget by
$63,000 for 1954
. The new ï¬gure
will be $405,000 for road expend-
WHITBY : Ontario County Coun
oil has expressed objections to a
section of Bill 80 which states
that the Metropolitan Area may
ltlave use of sections of the coun-
ETOBICOKE : Salaries of all elâ...
...'s transportation program
with Gordon Mortson for 1954
55 school term. The reason for
the refusal is because all the
childrenttransported live within
a two-mile radius of the school.
The Department followed its gen-
eral policy when it issued this de-
cision to the Richmond Hill
Joseph Bilson, who teaches...
... Government to
the County Board of Health. The
County appointments and terms
of office are as follows: Elmer
Fry of Sharon and Chas. Reesor
of Markham Village will sit until
Dec. 31, 1954
; Elton Armstrong
of King Twp. and Ken Tomlin of
Richmond Hill, will sit until Dec.
31. 1955; Munro Noble of North...
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1954
La ndsca pes
Bringing the opening of Cana-
daâ€™s ï¬rst subway closer to home
is the fact that Endean Nurseries
Ltd., Richmond Hill, widely
known in the Nursery ï¬eld, play-
,ed a prominent...
NORTH YORK : Approval has
been given for a 500-home devel-
opment by Winston Park Devel-
opments Ltd. Permits will be
released on the condition that
homes are not occupied until af-
ter September 1954
The other two ï¬res were
the Goddard ï¬re at Crest-
... Dorothy Armstrong.
service, Rev. Chote Will conclude
the talks on the seven scenes of
the cross started during the Lent-
en season with a sermon entitled
â€œThe Last Wordâ€.
In Non-essentials, liberty.- h of! Things, Clarity.
Continued on page 3
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 15,1954
... Municipal Board for
relief from undue burdens in the
formation of the new York Coun-
ty by the remaining County, no
definite levy for Countyâ€™ purposes
has been set. Considering the
increased needs of the County.
Vaughan Council decided to set
the levy for 1954
at 10 Mills.â€˜
May Ave. Ratepayers
... spokesman to the
special ward meeting.
County Levy 10 Mills
The Township has set its 1954
County levy at 10 mills. This is a
sizeable jump over the 1953 ï¬g-
ure of 3.4 mills. The increase is
the direct result of Bill 80 which
divided the former County of
York into Metropolitan Toronto
and the continuing...
... prepared to show the
book to visitors.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY MAY 6, 1954
The largest bulb in the world,
of 50,000 watts attracted a great
deal of comment. This was used
in the ï¬lming of the movie, â€œThe
Greatest Show on Earth.â€ The
smallest bulb, called the â...
... will be held May 31.
The Board was sorry to learn
about it,â€ commented Reeve Ivan
McLaughlin as he signed the
Whitchurch Township 1954
ing by-law, raising the tax rate
of the municipality nearly ten
mills. The â€œbig bumpâ€ came
..., Capt. Allen
complimented the Cadets on their
ï¬ine performance and Eprit de
.â€˜orpr. He also presented to
Cadet Lt./Col. John Elson the
Strathcona~ â€œBest Shot" badge
Takes Salute At
Capt. J. M. Allen of the Queen's
York Rangers took the salute...