|Friday, June 26, 1942||The Banner (Aurora)|
Body of man found at C.N.R. siding.
The badly decomposed body of a man was found hanging from a tree near the C.N.R. siding at Cherry, a mile and a quarter west of the Yonge Street subway on Monday. Railway section men were unloading ties near a grove of trees and the body was found by C.N.R. Fireman Tolten of Allandale.
Coroner Dr. L. W. Dales of Newmarket and County Constable Aubrey Fleury and Chief of Police Fisher Dunham were notified.
From papers found on the body, the man was identified as William Albert Looker, Sackville Ave., Toronto, aged about 66 years.