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The Liberal, 5 Jan 1956 
Newspapers    ... Board. Planning Board Appointments A big change in the pErsonnel of the Planning Board has also been effected with three new ap- pointments to the 1956.Board. I Dr. D. Tanner the only orig- !inal member still serving on the present Board when it was re- constituted in 1952 will not seek a further...
The Liberal, 12 Jan 1956 
Newspapers    ... chairman the trustee with the largest personal assessment shall have the deciding vote. This duty fell to Mr; Rumble. In a close contest Mr. Wilfred Dean, prominent Thornhill resident and well-known district businessman, was elected Monday the 1956 Chairman of the Richmond Hill District High School Board...
The Liberal, 19 Jan 1956 
Newspapers    .... are completing a 5100.000 addition to their plant which County Warden Marshall M cM urchy Skating At the inaugural meeting of York County Council last Tues- day. Marshall McMurchy. Reeve of Vaughan Township, was elect- ed as Warden of the County for 1956. His nomination was mov- ed by Reeve Alfred Le...
The Liberal, 26 Jan 1956 
Newspapers    ... were given. Reductions were given George Pollard, Elizabeth Street, and Mrs. George Fur- se. Baker Avenue, the re- mainder of appeals being the interchange of separate and public school taxes. Thirty-Four Appeals RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THUISDAY, JANUARY 26. 1956 “if you get something for nothâ...
The Liberal, 2 Feb 1956 
Newspapers    ..., FEBRUARY 2, 1956, an township was represented by Reeve Marshall McMurchy, Clerk Jim McDonald and Solicitor T. 0. Fraser. Reeve Alfred LeMas- urier and Deputy ,Clerk Lloyd Gohn were the representatives of Markham township. Speaks To District Rotarians Inspector Suggests 4th R To Meet To-Day’s Trends A...
The Liberal, 9 Feb 1956 
Newspapers    ... the location of future schools in co-op- oration with’locai Trustees without the guiding hand of Metro at every corner. I Congratulations are in order for Reeve Marshall McMurchy, who has been recently elected Warden of York County for 1956. The office of Warden is a fitting tribute to Reeve McMurchy who...
The Liberal, 16 Feb 1956 
Newspapers    ... as follows: Public school 8 acres and Separate School 5 acres The first prize January- class calf. Black Mask of Baroldby was bought recentâ€" ly by Ernst Redelmeier of Don Head Farms. who has now returned from Scotland. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1956, Agree On School Sites...
The Liberal, 23 Feb 1956 
Newspapers    ....” 1956, 1â€" FOR 72mm ammo designed to make a Lasting Impression consult The Liberal TU. 4-1261 HOME PAPER OF THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 SINGLE COPY 10c Council Endorses Unanimously POlice Chief Suggests Changes To Strengthen Richmond Hill Dog By-law Richmond Hill Village...
The Liberal, 1 Mar 1956 
Newspapers    ... department would be faced with a difiicult prob- lem. Panel speakers under T'In Essentials, Unity: In Nommcntiok, Liberty,- oll Things, quriy: RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 1; 1956, the Health Unit Urges County To Be On Look-out For Rabies “The finding of two cases of rabies in wild...
The Liberal, 8 Mar 1956 
Newspapers    ..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 8 1956, Deputy Terms Statement "Irresponsible" _â€"_____â€"_____'/ SELL and TELL WITH A N INEXT‘ENSIVE “Liberal” Want .4 (l (ALI. TU. 4-1261 Today HOME PAPER OF THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 SINGLE COPY 10c Village Council...
The Liberal, 15 Mar 1956 
Newspapers    ...Cthd his report to the board stated he expected details would be to both finalized by‘the beginning of next week. lem of hiring teaching staff for the 1956â€"57 term if there is the possibility they may be needed only for a four month period. He asked whether the Board had considered taking the S...
The Liberal, 22 Mar 1956 
Newspapers    ... on March 23 with the Chair- man of the Metro Planning Board to discuss the Metro proposal for % acre lots in the suburban areas. Service Station By-Law "In Essen-tick, Ulhyfi h Nonfisunllah} “body; ‘- 0” "rings, Clarity. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 22 , 1956 Don Brodie...
The Liberal, 29 Mar 1956 
Newspapers    ... (chairman during the evening), Diedre Hunt and Jill Ruffman. The contest is a popular annual event in the local public schools and has been carried on for many years. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 29 , 1956 STOUFFVlLLE : Councillor Har- ry Walters has told municipal council that the "...
The Liberal, 5 Apr 1956 
Newspapers    ... late session last Monday, Vaughan Council struck a township tax rate of 24 mills for 1956. This is a 6 mill hike over last year's figures. Council has attributed the increase to growing demands for services in the municipality. A few years ago, residents took dusty summer roads and muddy spring...
The Liberal, 12 Apr 1956 
Newspapers    ... St. North, Richmond Hill. reaching any (le- up res- Is Set At In 0” Things, Charity.” RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1956, Public Schools Plan Big Music Festival The Richmond Hill Public Board has approved tentative plans submitted by music super~ visor Herman...
The Liberal, 19 Apr 1956 
Newspapers    ... Featherstonhaugh, Paul Morley, Bill Hall and John Stocks under the direction of Trav. Hutchin- son. The designs were by Ruth Stocks, Sue Sweeny and Ann Featherston- haugh. â€" Photo by Lagerquist RICHMOND HILL‘ ONTARIO THURSDAY APRIL 19 1956 Interested people and friends He urged to be on hand at the ï...
The Liberal, 26 Apr 1956 
Newspapers    ..., the potential of the line is increasing daily,” said Reeve LeMasurier. "In Essentials, Unity,- In Non-essentials, Liberty;- In a” Things, Charity. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 96. 1956, Six of the new teachers hired by the Richmond Hill Public School Board are from the Rich- mond Hill...
The Liberal, 3 May 1956 
Newspapers    .... Seqretary. Mrs. F. Pratt; Rec. Secretary, Mrs. D. Higgins; Treas- urer; Bill Fahey and executive Miss RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 3; 1956, Due to the very inclement weather, there was a disappoint- ing attendance at the Annual Spring Luncheon of St. Mary’s Anglican Evening Guild last Friday...
The Liberal, 10 May 1956 
Newspapers    ...; In Essentials, Unity; RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY MAY 10 1956. faithful service through the years in safely transporting countless children to and from their homes and their classrooms is a by-word in York County, is now operating a village bus route in Richmond o 18 Years In Public Transportation...
The Liberal, 17 May 1956 
Newspapers    .... Mrs. W. Er- wood. . At last Tuesday’s meeting of the Richmond Hill and District Unit of the Canadian Cancer Soc- iety, it was announced that a total of $5,531.22 has been raised Local Cancer Society Elects Officers & Directors For 1956 Elected to the Board of Direc- tors at the annual meeting...
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