Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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The Liberal, 3 Jan 1963 
Newspapers    ... Public L 56 Yonge Richmond Welcome First Hill Baby Richmond iiill's first baby of 1963 arrived at Newmarket. at 12.27) pm. Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Woodlane. The bouncing baby boy. to be named Thomas...
The Liberal, 10 Jan 1963 
Newspapers    ... substantially below that of near-l by construction companies Reeve Wilfred Dean outlined. projects undertaken during. 1962 and forecast possible pro- jects for 1963. Markham Township employ- ees were warned not to go after his pay increases Monday after- noon by ‘Deputy-reeve Charles Hooper. Inbis...
The Liberal, 17 Jan 1963 
Newspapers    ... Bradstock to represent it on the Metro body for 1963. Mr. Haggart. who was defeat- ed in his bid for mayor by Wil- liam Neal in the December 8 Blood Donors Needed For Clinic Wednesday A blood clinic has been set. for Wednesday in Richmond Hill Library by the Richmond Hill and District Red Cross...
The Liberal, 24 Jan 1963 
Newspapers    .... “A dime produces a dollar} where employment of handi- capped persons is concerned. It is a fact that every dime contri- buted for support of the rehab- ilitation foundation for the dis- abled produces a dollar in work and wages for handicapped workers.“ Slate Canvass Monday The 1963 March...
The Liberal, 31 Jan 1963 
Newspapers    ... taxpay- ers will face an increase of from two to seven per cent in their 1963 tax levy, Councillor Alex Campbell warned Monday night. He called for a hard, firml look at industrial annexa- tion and suggested it was the only way a brake could be put on the spiralling tax rate. “If we refuse...
The Liberal, 7 Feb 1963 
Newspapers    ...? Representatives of Rich- }commission estimated. ; mond Hill and Markham Indications are that Metropol- ltan Toronto would oppose the commission‘s taking over any May Hold Paving On Bayview In Non-Essentials Liberty; In All Things Charity” RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1963 back...
The Liberal, 14 Feb 1963 
Newspapers    ... are avail- commanding officer and officers in able, phone TU. 4-2107 of the Queen's York Rangers. tt RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIb, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1963 HOSPITAL DESPITE SEVERE WINTER WEATHER over five homes or travel over two blocks, Mr. Little said. Families who were unable to make any...
The Liberal, 21 Feb 1963 
Newspapers    ... separate." Council deferred action, pen- ding a meeting with Public School Inspector Maynard Hall- man. Deadline for formation of an area, to become effective Jan- uary 1, 1964, would be June 30 of this year. __’__,_____â€"__â€"i RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1963...
The Liberal, 28 Feb 1963 
Newspapers    ... enue at $762,737 leaving $1,501.- VOL_ 84, NUMBER 35 dbwn Its 1963 budget last week 994 to be levied among county. _______.__ cllllng for an increase from 8.26 members. > #1115 to 8.52 mills on an est- This is up from $1,385,542 in mated net budget of $1,501,994. 19q2. _-. . . 'J 1.--..u...
The Liberal, 7 Mar 1963 
Newspapers    ... for overtime and court appearances reaching $750. Prospects for 1963 are that the hours of over- time and court appearances would be greater. Councillor Thomas Murphy, chairman of the committee, emphasized the fact that this arrangement was acceptable to the police associ- alion. Provision is made...
The Liberal, 14 Mar 1963 
Newspapers    ... on aeonventmn attendance «will lbe clearly outlined 1% er study‘ thy the two committees. > Mayor William Neal- and mem- bers of the 1963 town council Mon- day night displayed no_anxiety to get involved in the controversial pro- posal of a distinctive national flag for Canada A communication from...
The Liberal, 21 Mar 1963 
Newspapers    ... of the Markham Township Council. Mr. Ross, along with Trustees John Honsber- ger and William Masters, and the Business Admin- istrator D. J. Ashworth had attended the council meeting to justify the 1963 high school board bud- get of $2,203,899.00 which is up 25% over last year. Lucky wlnner of the 125 pound...
The Liberal, 28 Mar 1963 
Newspapers    ... president of the York County Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Assay elation for 1963. He succeeds Mrs. Barbara Townshend-Car- ter who has retired after serv- ing in the office for the past two years. Mental Health Head He will be represented at the hearing by T. R. Comery. solicitor. of Toron- to...
The Liberal, 4 Apr 1963 
Newspapers    ... Liberal ‘In Essentials Unity; In Non-Essentials Liberty; In All Things Charity" RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963 Arriving in Canada from} England six years ago, Mr. and‘ Mrs. Wallbanks have a daugh- ter, Carolyn (17), and a son A]: an (14), both of Whom...
The Liberal, 11 Apr 1963 
Newspapers    .... Addison and Campaign Manager Fred Hare. (Photo by Wainwright) RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1963 Walter Scott Choir Presents Concert The Walter Scott Public School choir added further lau- rels to its name when its mem- bers journeyed to the O’Keefe Centre last Saturday morning having...
The Liberal, 18 Apr 1963 
Newspapers    ... that everyone in the community is aware of the serleces available from the so- ciety. and that the latter is here to bring help to all can- cer patients. UXBRIDGE' : Only major change in the tax rate for 1963 In Uxbrldge Township is a 5% mil] increase in the high school rate, it was learned when town...
The Liberal, 25 Apr 1963 
Newspapers    ... will be May 27th with all league activity suspended from July 28th to August 10th, the traditionally heavy hol- lday period. St. Matthew’s United Church honored their mily at a surprise party held Saturday evening RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1963 (Parks Chairman Fights Asks Council...
The Liberal, 2 May 1963 
Newspapers    ... Council Mr. MacKenzie first entered provincial poli- tics in 1943. During the Hepburn era from 1934 to 1943 the riding was held by Liberal Morgan Baker. A former reeve of Whitchurch Ligp; Charter Members Fifteen Years Ago pfié RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1963 ‘In Essentials Unity...
The Liberal, 9 May 1963 
Newspapers    ... of $110,500.00, $186,708.62; roads and bridges $474.- 700.00 less $249,200‘00 grants. $225,500.00; fire protection $17,900.00; po~ llce protection $101,835.00. less estimated revenue Rev. James Burn To St. Matthew's Markham Council Sets ’63 Estimates Markham Township Council approved the 1963...
The Liberal, 16 May 1963 
Newspapers    ...2 THE LIBERAL, Richmond Hill, Ontario, fiursday, May 16. 1963 DON’T ABANDON KITTENS Hill regarding an Injury I re- Dear Mr. Editor: ceived on the faulty sidewalk The season has arrived when in front of the Mainprize Drug- I lose considerable faith in store. I walked from there as people...
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