Warden of Simcoe County



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Hughes elected warden, sixth from township

"West Gwillimbury Reeve Orville Hughes is the Warden of Simcoe County for 1976. Mr. Hughes, 55, defeated Tecumseth Deputy Reeve Allan Glassford for the post, in an election during county council's 1976 inaugural session Monday. County Clerk George Watson opened nominations for the warden's post and five men were nominated for the post. That left Hughes and Mr. Glassford to run for the post. In a recorded vote, Hughes won handily over Glassford. He polled 45 votes o Glassford's 23. The newly-elected warden was then led to the dias by Midland Reeve Lionel Dion and Bradford Reeve Art Turner, the mover and seconder of his nomination."

George Jackson

Tax Documents

Tax related documents, calculations and documents from Bradford High School, Simcoe County levy documents and tax rates, from 1918-1936. Includes items related to marsh drainage, Bradford High School, etc.

John Harrison

Two named for medals

" West Gwillimbury council has nominated Earl Rowe of Newton Robinson to receive one of the jubilee medals being minted by the federal government in recognition of Queen Elizabeth's 25 years on the throne. Mr. Rowe is a former MP and MPP and he was Ontario's lieutenant-governor from 1963 to 1968. Bradford council also recently nominated lawyer Charles Evans, former Warden of Simcoe County to receive a jubilee medal."

War Food Shortage

Letter about food shortages, dated March 18, 1918 and a copy of a proclamation made by the Lieutenant-Governor regarding food shortages (mentioned as an enclosure in the letter).

John Harrison