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
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
... 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...
.... are completing a 5100.000
addition to their plant which
Marshall M cM urchy
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
. His nomination was mov-
ed by Reeve Alfred Le...
... 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.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THUISDAY, JANUARY 26. 1956
â€œif you get something for nothâ...
..., 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-Dayâ€™s Trends
the location of future schools in co-op-
oration withâ€™locai Trustees without the
guiding hand of Metro at every corner.
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 ï¬tting tribute to Reeve McMurchy
... as follows: Public
school 8 acres and Separate
School 5 acres
The ï¬rst 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
designed to make a
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...
... department would
be faced with a diï¬icult prob-
Panel speakers under
T'In Essentials, Unity: In Nommcntiok, Liberty,- oll Things, quriy:
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 1; 1956
Health Unit Urges County To
Be On Look-out For Rabies
â€œThe ï¬nding of two cases of
rabies in wild...
..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 8
Deputy Terms Statement "Irresponsible"
SELL and TELL
WITH A N
â€œLiberalâ€ Want .4 (l
TU. 4-1261 Today
HOME PAPER OF THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878
SINGLE COPY 10c
...Cthd his report to the board stated he expected details would be
to both ï¬nalized byâ€˜the beginning of next week.
lem of hiring teaching staff for
â€"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...
on March 23 with the Chair-
man of the Metro Planning
Board to discuss the Metro
proposal for % acre lots in
the suburban areas.
"In Essen-tick, Ulhyï¬ h Nonï¬sunllah} â€œbody; â€˜- 0â€ "rings, Clarity.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 22 , 1956
... (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 "...
... 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
ï¬gures. 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...
... St. North,
reaching any (le-
Is Set At
In 0â€ Things, Charity.â€
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~
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 HILLâ€˜ ONTARIO THURSDAY APRIL 19 1956
Interested people and friends
He urged to be on hand at the
..., the potential of the line is
increasing daily,â€ said Reeve
"In Essentials, Unity,- In Non-essentials, Liberty;- In aâ€ 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-
.... 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. Maryâ€™s
Anglican Evening Guild last
...; 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
18 Years In Public Transportation...
.... Mrs. W. Er-
At last Tuesdayâ€™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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