The number signing was well above the required 25 percent needed of the slightly more than 4,600 eligible to vote in the last provincial elections. A similar petition asking for the establishment of men’s and women’s beer parlours was soundly defeated with only 478 signatures. Midland – Penetang taxpayers will benefit by about $34,000 from increased school grants in 1962. This was made known yesterday when Provincial Treasurer James Allan presented his budget statement to the legislature at Queen’s Park. The record shattering estimates, highest in the province’s history, amounted to $1,126,000,000. Other highlights included no new taxes or increases in existing taxes, wider exemptions in retail sales tax and increased benefits to religious and educational establishments. Midland’s “Buzz” Deschamp ought to be a confused young man as he surveys the sports gear in his closet. A star with Midland baseball and hockey teams, “Buzz” now has taken up ski jumping and was in action in the Ontario championships Sunday.
Near zero temperatures the weekend didn’t stop these boys from getting in their regular practice sessions for the Ontario Ski Jumping Championships in Midland Sunday. Left to right are Unto Virolainan, instructor Pete Pettersen, Marjan Senk, Frank Arko, Ray Kaija, Gernot Dick and 11-year-old Mark Kaija who will open the jump with former Midland favorite Hans Eder. Mark’s dad, Ray Kaija, will rate as one of the favorites after winning the Southern Ontario title in Owen Sound recently. Tiny council, in its fourth attempt, failed to settle wages of employees at their regular monthly meeting Saturday afternoon. A special meeting is scheduled for today in a last ditch effort to settle the issue. Deputy-reeve Doug Holt introduced a motion pegging all salaries with the exception of Clerk G. Marchand at the 1961 level. Most of the newspaper photos from the first week of March were about the Winterama and as stated before most of the Penetanguishene negatives are either destroyed or lost. A consistent winner of prizes at the Tiny and Tay Agricultural Society fall fair, Mrs. Isabel Jones, R.R. 1, Midland, won a $5 fourth prize in the International Cook-book contest sponsored by this newspaper. The Guide “trefoil” and the Scout “fleur-de-lis” decorate the cake shared by the leaders and officials of both movements, to mark the birthday of the founders, Lord and Lady Baden Powell. Photo shows some of the guiders and scouters from Wendake district enjoying the party at Mrs. Lawlor’s home Monday night. Left to right in lower photo, Area Commissioner Mrs. Ed Lawlor, District Commissioner Harvey Boyd, District Commissioners, Mrs. Jim Lemieux and Mrs. Paul Quilty, and District Cubmaster Art Richards.
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Residents there are up in arms over the poisoning of 15 dogs in recent months. Fears are expressed that children may also become innocent victims. Mrs. John Mackie is busy whipping up something new after winning one of nine five dollar fourth prizes in the cook-book contest sponsored by this newspaper. Mrs. Mackie was awarded a prize for her recipe “Spicy Apple Twists”, which appears on this page. A cook of the ‘old school’, Mrs. Garfield Cotton of Penetanguishene prefers a wood or coal burning range to today’s gleaming cooking appliances.
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- Having conquered the French forts at Niagara and Oswego, the English army and its Haudenosaunee allies began their conquest of the St. Lawrence River.
- A 10-man OPP anti-gambling squad last night closed a bingo game in Parkside Pavillion, Yonge Street, West, Midland.
- For instance we started our time at the Pow Wow with lunch on Saturday, then walked to watch the dancing for an hour or two.
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Penetang’s weekend of winter hoop-de-do will get off to a flying start tonight with a huge bonfire followed by a torch-light parade.The bonfire will be next to the K of C Hall on Poyntz Street. Membersof St. Ann’s Young People’s Club will use it to light the torches they will carry in the parade. Another Friday night feature will be a get-acquainted night in the lounge of the Community Centre. Officials feel that a lot of Winterama friends will want to get together before the mainevents get under way. Although Winterama competitions are not scheduled to get under way until Saturday, one competition familiarly known as the game of “where do I get a room”, has been underway all week. The only prize offered in this game is accommodation for the weekend. At Akwesasne, the rejection of this new system of governance led to confrontations at the polling booth. When armed police came to help the Indian agent conduct an election in 1899, a group of Mohawks disarmed them and physically removed them from the territory.