Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1958  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 2 Jan 1958 
Newspapers    ..., at the McConaghy School. The new member of the 1958 board of trustees is Trustee Harold Sanderson who is taking office follow- ing his election in the Decem- ber voting. The other mem- bers of this year's board are Trustees R. Ross. Mrs_ M. Southwell, Mrs. V. Sully, J. Rabinowitch, and L, Clem- ent...
The Liberal, 9 Jan 1958 
Newspapers    ... NIGHT at 8 mm. Bingo. Community Hall. Spruce Ave" Stop 22A Yonge. District High School Board The new members on the 1958 Board are Eric Axelson. appoint- ed by Markham Township; John Honsberger, appointee from School Area No. 1 Markham- Vaughan; and Lou Wainwright, front-end representative from...
The Liberal, 16 Jan 1958 
Newspapers    ... at their home in Pefier- law, when more than 100 persons called to congratulate the couple and present many lovely gifts. ACCIDENTS 10 ACCIDENT RECORD RICHMOND HILL 1958 Coming Events FATALITIES 0 INJURIES c1w29 c1w29 8c“ c1w29 c3w28 c1w29 VOLUME LXXIX, NUMBER 29 Town Council Asks Tenders...
The Liberal, 23 Jan 1958 
Newspapers    ... booth robberies at ACCIDENTS '. INJURIES 11 I 1 ACCIDENT RECORD RICHMOND HILL 1958 L'ommg Events RSDAY â€" B\ug0. L.().L{ 2368 in the Richmond Hill. at Lucky draw night. LITIES 0 c3w28 ’82 c1w30 To Buy New Books VOLUME LXXIX, NUMBER 30 Library Board's Budget For I958...
The Liberal, 30 Jan 1958 
Newspapers    ...---~ The purpose of the meet- ing will be to discuss general police policy in the coming year. The majority of the county police forces have requested substantial salary increases in 1958. Councillor Tinker, roads com- 110m mg Events draw night. tfc35 c3w31 VOLUME LXXIX, NUMBER 31 Don Head Farms, Richmond...
The Liberal, 6 Feb 1958 
Newspapers    ... increases in 1958 listed by council as follows: (1) During 1957 working conditions for the force were improved. (2) In 1957 a mu- tually satisfactory agree- ment was approved and it is a short timersince this ag- reement was executed. (3) Vaughan police reside in the area. (4) The levy on resi- dental...
The Liberal, 13 Feb 1958 
Newspapers    ... and Trustee Rumbl‘ ported they had visited Thornhill School after being fled three areas in the s septic tanks showed some ontinued on page?) Shairman Lou Wain- Trustee Rumble re- { had visited the RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1958 In Essential}, Unity; In .‘4'01-cuontia/s, Ll5...
The Liberal, 20 Feb 1958 
Newspapers    .... 22,000 pounds may be carried. in- cluding vehicle. The fore- going roads will be posted to this effect (22,000 lbs. or 11 tons). RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1958 fistula/s, Unify, In Non-eucnfic/s, Lib-rim In a” "tiny, (horny. Since January the cast under the direction...
The Liberal, 27 Feb 1958 
Newspapers    ... band. Harry Sayers, Chairman of the York Central District High School Board, is Seen above crowning the Prom Queen of 1958, Janis Butlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butlin. The annual At Home dance was held in the Richmond Hill High School auditorium last Friday night. -â€" Photo by Lagerquist...
The Liberal, 6 Mar 1958 
Newspapers    ... of the meeting was to explain the 1958 pro- vincial government grant and its anticipated benefits. A general meeting called by Inspector Maynard Hall- man for all public school trustees in York No. 3 (Markham Township, Mark- ham Village, Stoufivilic and T.S.A. No. 1 Markham-Vau- ghan), was held last night...
The Liberal, 13 Mar 1958 
Newspapers    .... Brewin recently attend- ed the annual convention of the American Radium Society in Washington, DC. He arrived in Canada in 1956 and joined the staff of the On- tario Cancer Foundation‘s Ham- ilton Clinic. He Is married and has four chiidren. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1958 Euonmh...
The Liberal, 20 Mar 1958 
Newspapers    ... and February lst, 1958. For the Grain Club, members are required to have a plot which may be seeded with Garry oats from the member‘s last year project or with Registered seed. In~the Tractor Club, one mem- ber per family per tractor is elig- ible, and for the Bradford Marsh clubs, one quarter to one...
The Liberal, 27 Mar 1958 
Newspapers    ... Reeve Wilfrid R. Dean pre- sented his first report on the bud~ get for 1958. The Roads budget for the year will be $165,000. Police salaries will remain the same as last year, and the total police budget was $52,000. Mr. Dean pointed out that a deficit of $7,000 in the police budget wag inheritetj...
The Liberal, 3 Apr 1958 
Newspapers    ... Farmers’ Market in Thornhill. Country music at its best and an evening of entertainment for the whole family. tfcll acmnrws I [N mmas 41 10 ACCIDENT RECORD RICHMOND BILL 1958 FATALITIES 0 Lommg E vpn ts Recently the board hired 19 new teachers for the fall term without any trouble. eight more...
The Liberal, 10 Apr 1958 
Newspapers    ... to present a further progress report and receive approval on the recreation budget for 1958. Mr. Butlin told council, “I am happy to report that after 15 months of planning our senior citizens activity has be- come a reality, and was inaugurated on March 12, 1958, with approximately 80 of our senior...
The Liberal, 17 Apr 1958 
Newspapers    ... the acceptance of the York Central District High School Board 1958 Budget following the longest board session of this term, when Board Chairman Harry Sayers called an emergent budget meeting recently. This year’s budget has once again followed the trend of the higher cost of education and stands at $792...
The Liberal, 24 Apr 1958 
Newspapers    ...RICHMOND HILL 1958 TAX RATE SET 35.5 MILLS APRIL 29 â€" Tuesday 8.30 pm. Euchre and draw sponsored by lst Richvale Scout and Cub Moth- ers Auxiliary to be held at the Community Hall. Spruce Ave. 50c admission includes draw. APRIL 30 â€"â€" Wednesday. Re- serve this evening...
The Liberal, 1 May 1958 
Newspapers    ... and boys to be held on May 19. 1958 at Loblaw's parking lot. Applicants may ob- tain forms from Richmond Hill Police Department and must be 16 and under 20 years on June 1, 1958. Cups and cash prizes. MAY 24 â€" Saturday, Richmond Hill 109th annual Spring Fair. Horse Show, midway and many...
The Liberal, 8 May 1958 
Newspapers    ...MAY 10 â€" Rummage and Bake Sale 2’p.m. Saturday at the Un- ited Church Christian Education Centre, Maple. c2w44 MAY 19 â€" Monday. Richmond Hill Lions Teenage Safe Driving Roadeo for girls and boys to be held on May 19. 1958 at‘Loblaw'S parking lot. Applicants mav ob tain forms...
The Liberal, 15 May 1958 
Newspapers    ... t t It MAY 19 â€" Monday. Richmond Hill Lions Teenage Safe Driving Roadeo for girls and boys to be held on May 19. 1958 at Loblaw's parking lot. Applicants may ob- tain forms from Richmond Hill Police Department and must be 16 and under 20 years on June 1, 1958. Cups and cash prizes. a MAY 21 â...
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