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The Liberal, 5 Jan 1961 
Newspapers    ... Reeve ALBERT RUTHERFORD J Vaughan Township Deputy-reeve JESSE BRYSON Vaughan Township RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1961 JOHN BRADSTOCK Deputy-reeve i Richmond Hill hay ' JAMES HAGGART Richmond Hill I ‘ Reeve FLOYD PERKINS . Richmond Hill...
The Liberal, 12 Jan 1961 
Newspapers    ... circumstances for the posh new quarters of the Town Fathers is a far cry from the humble council chambers in vogue some eight decades ago. The large framed portrait of Abraham Law. first reeve of Rich- mond Hill, elected in 1873, looked down on the inauguration cere- monies of the 1961 council last Monday...
The Liberal, 19 Jan 1961 
Newspapers    ... year Mr. Axelson served as vice-chairman of the board and chairman of the management Work on t next chairman of high Ralph Wood. l “The Hill’s" proiected 880.000 eighteen- 1961, and he will also serve as, the managementl committee. Others appointed to‘ serve on this committee are...
The Liberal, 26 Jan 1961 
Newspapers    ... shopping events. An- other one is cominz up this Albert Rutherford of Vaughan Township on the first ballot. And, at their first session for 1961 held in the county building in Newmarket, they gave New- market‘s Deputy-reeve, Mrs. Carolyn Ion ,the honour of being the first woman commissioner...
The Liberal, 2 Feb 1961 
Newspapers    ... sewers - $11,000.00. Acting on a promise made dur- ing the December election cam- paign Mayor Haggart made the most startling proposal of the evening when he suggested that the total amount of debentures to be issued in 1961 and succeed- lng years he pegged at the a- mount of debenture debt...
The Liberal, 9 Feb 1961 
Newspapers    ..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1961 ] Fight Against Blightâ€" First meeting of the recenth- formed committee to study pos- szbilities of the redevelopment of down-town Yonge Street took place last week with Mayor James Haggart being named to the chairmanship. Col. F. J. Pick- ing. president...
The Liberal, 16 Feb 1961 
Newspapers    ... and provincial governments, would have provided $4,350,000 for the first stage. Under the terms of the re- port, it would have been left to the finance committee to study the imposition of a levy'for 1961. Says Noise Creator The new project would create a great deal of noise and traffic, said Mr_ Brewin...
The Liberal, 19 Feb 1961 
Newspapers    ... students doing some- thing to aid their own cause. HERE'S TO THE STANLEY CUP CHAMPS (1961-62) Here are the Leafs so strong and true, They are the boys who will fight for you. A is for Armstrong the captain you know, is for Bower, he makes the team go, is for Carl that Brewer so tough, stands...
The Liberal, 23 Feb 1961 
Newspapers    ... is twenty. At the present time there are thirty-one, with one hun- dred and twenty-three people involved. Last May twenty- six welfare cases were registered. Unseasonal Increase Last year $19,626 was distrib- uted in relief payments in Rich- mond Hill. For 1961, naturally, only one month‘s ï...
The Liberal, 2 Mar 1961 
Newspapers    ...-Essentials Liberty: in all things Charity” COMING EVENTS RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1961 $6.200 a.m. F $5.100 report $4.850 on No $4,650 say f $4,150 about $3.350 utes 1 $3,550 broke $2,700 tion 1 $2,600 known $3.100 taken. Miniature Profit Earned By Busses ~. Change of the turning...
The Liberal, 9 Mar 1961 
Newspapers    ... for the Lions and all other good causes. He was also a constant attendant at meetings cvf the Yonge Street Business and Pro- fessional Association. March 14, 1961, would have been the occasion of the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and .Mrs. Maltby. | Mr. Maltby is survived by his lwife. Mrs. Edna Funston...
The Liberal, 16 Mar 1961 
Newspapers    ..., were given as the rea- son. Storm Postpones Council Meeting â€" Photo by Lagerquist “In Essentials Unity: in Non-Essentials Liberty: in all things Charity" Librar Hi'i l_, Ont RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1961 Good used car to be given afivay on Easter Lucky Draw...
The Liberal, 23 Mar 1961 
Newspapers    ... various commit- tees were working on their figures. requests of the public and high school boards had not yet been received. Nothing can be done to- ward setting the 1961 rate until these figures are avail- able. No Bad News For Taxpayers Yet In Your Furnace Set To its Efficiency Point? : Mona...
The Liberal, 30 Mar 1961 
Newspapers    ...;Is there any deficit from this budget which we have to absorb in our 1961 budget?" Clerk: "This is for highways only." MoviesOn Sunday Awaiting By-Law And Royal Assent Nothing more will be done a~ bout Sunday shows until Royal Assent has been given to an act which the Ontario Legislature has...
The Liberal, 6 Apr 1961 
Newspapers    ... realized that a lea- shed or confined dog is a hap- pier and better controlled pet - and its owner is happier too. Impounding Kennels To Close April 30th RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1961 mmmm Brig. Storms, in relating steps which had been taken up to the present, again stressed...
The Liberal, 13 Apr 1961 
Newspapers    ...€"â€" the late chairman of the Lib- rary Board. W. Gordon Maclaren. Richmond Hill has many things of which it can be {)roud, and of them its public library is certainly not the east. Budget Pared To Limit, Trustee Decrleirg VOLUME LXXXI, NUMBER 41 High School oard Asked To Lower 1961 Demand Enjoying...
The Liberal, 20 Apr 1961 
Newspapers    ..., effective September 1st, 1961. Postmistress Ethel Wice, who received her appointment 14 years ago and is in charge of the new post office built by her fa- ther, Roy Wice. in 1957 and leas- ed to the Department. could shed no light on the situation. Closing Of Post Office At Thornhill Only Rumour So Far...
The Liberal, 27 Apr 1961 
Newspapers    ... for the evening, proceeded to turn the clock on an hour on ar- riving home and before go- ing upstairs, last year. iMarkham Council ‘Proposes Sewers {In Highland Park in all things Charity” THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 The township will now apply to that Commission which, be- cause both types of sewers...
The Liberal, 4 May 1961 
Newspapers    ... bemeen the three municipalities is practically cer- tain before the proposals are :- dopted. "In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty: in all things Charity} RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1961 area had yet given approval to the new plan, councillors were told. It was suggested...
The Liberal, 11 May 1961 
Newspapers    ... District High School Board as presented by its man- agement committee on May 8. The committee is chaired by Trustee John Wilson. The board agreed that unlimited experience he allowed up to the category maximum effective September, 1961, when hiring principals. \‘ice principals and major department heads...
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