Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1964  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 2 Jan 1964 
Newspapers    ... of local govern- ment in Richmond Hill. AL ter a year's absence Mr. Broadhurst returned to pub- lic life defeating Mayor Wil~ Iiam Neal for the highest post in the municipality. '3‘. former deputy-reeve he is one of five new [aces on the 1964 1mm council. Included is former mayor James Hag...
The Liberal, 9 Jan 1964 
Newspapers    ... the 1964ldiscuss election. every voter will have! Mr‘ Broadhurst had plenty of opportunity tolCentrai agreed that if the question goes study both sides of the question taking : ballot that‘s involvement where and arrive at an intelligent de-ition b} should cision on fluoridation of the with C( end...
The Liberal, 16 Jan 1964 
Newspapers    ... approved the rezon- ing of the farm land to open space as requested by the town- ship. Murkhum’s g‘: 1964 Council? Vol. 86, No. 29 The Statutes of Ontario permit those under 18 to enter premises where bil- liards are played. but they cannot participate in the game. Councillor Walter Scudds informed...
The Liberal, 23 Jan 1964 
Newspapers    ... Rutherford 104th York Warden the first time in 1964; there are seven new faces on the 28- member group. “This county government has been criticized for its lack of achievement but the last 10 years’ record dis- proves this,” he said. Mrs. Velma Rutherford, smart in grey wool with match- ing grey hat...
The Liberal, 30 Jan 1964 
Newspapers    ...Public Library, 56 Yonge 15 ) “In Essentials Unity; In Non Essentials Liberty: In All Things Charity" MORE HOMES 8. LAND LISTED AND 5010 NORTH vonoa orrrca 8242 YONGE ST. AV. 5-1156 RICHMOND'HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. .lANUARYd30, 1964 ( l Vol. 86, No. 31...
The Liberal, 6 Feb 1964 
Newspapers    ... not divulge the board's busin- ess. “Reading At the Witching hour of midnight Bayview Secondary School students Friday night crowned their 1964 Queen. Miss Virginia Wilson, a grade 13 student, had been chosen by the student body to reign as queen this year. _ Virginia and her court are seen...
The Liberal, 13 Feb 1964 
Newspapers    ... fund. ‘ The council has pr0mised tliatl a site for the pool will be proviâ€" lded at Crosby Park. ' Prospects that 1964 will see a large indoor pool. capable of serving this district's needs. cr- ected are good. if the project receives the support of every person in Richmond Hill...
The Liberal, 20 Feb 1964 
Newspapers    ... Library: 56 Yonge N-, Richmond Hi}l, Library: J The local high school board gave out a few hints about its 1964 budget At their meeting Monday night. York Central District High School Board members looked over 1963 actual expen‘ ditures although the report was not made public. Board Surplus...
The Liberal, 27 Feb 1964 
Newspapers    ... was Reeve Charles Hooper and Councillors Cleary Palmer In a few days, residents of Richmond Hill and district will be receiving Easter Seals through the mail. These seals are searching for helpers of crippled children. Easter Seals for 1964 illust- rate 40 different ways in which crippled children...
The Liberal, 5 Mar 1964 
Newspapers    ... basic $3,780 to $4.300 basic and five annual increm- ents of $200; at its meeting January 5, the board offered a basic $4,100, maximum $5,100 with increments of $200 for satisfactory service: at another board meeting February 8 to discuss the 1964 budget no men- tion was made of the nurses’ Markham...
The Liberal, 12 Mar 1964 
Newspapers    ... Richmond Hill was charged 87 for alleged infractions on two visit: to buy about $2 worth at baked goods. All this was forecast for 1965, when Markham Town- ship public and separate schoql trustees met last week with their inspectors to receive 1964 grant struc- tures and figure their bud- gets. Wants...
The Liberal, 19 Mar 1964 
Newspapers    ...On motion of Councillors Mrs. Lois Hancey and William Laz- enby a report of the personnel committee of the whole which dealt with 1964 salaries and wages was accepted by Rich- mond Hill Council Monday evâ€" ening. with the exception of two paragraphs. These paragraphs, referred to the finance...
The Liberal, 26 Mar 1964 
Newspapers    ...Vol. 86, No. 39 1964 High School Budget Released But . . . York Central High School Board anticipates a $400,000 budget boost to pay fot‘1964 secondary school education. The budget represents a jump' from the 1963 actual expenditâ€" ures of $2,243,884 but duperâ...
The Liberal, 2 Apr 1964 
Newspapers    ...?" Richmond Hill’s resolution. which was approved by the ur- ban and rural trustees will be passed on to the annual con- ference usually held in June in Niagara Falls. Richmond Hill School Board will send deleg- ates. a gold medal bid at the 1964 World Olympics this October in Tokyo. Oak Ridges rider...
The Liberal, 9 Apr 1964 
Newspapers    ... aiding with tran- sportation. drugs. literature. etc, will be approaching area mun- icipalities for a grant. In its budget, York County Council, although asked to con- tribute an increased amount in 1964 and eliminate the need for asking for municipal help. kept the association grant to $750, identical...
The Liberal, 16 Apr 1964 
Newspapers    ... wore wide smiles when it was announced at the end of I 41") hour budget striking ses: slon Thursday morning of last week that 1964‘s tax rate would show a slight decrease. as “The Liberal" forecast last week. Residential ratepayers this year will be assessed 59.95 mills on each dollar...
The Liberal, 23 Apr 1964 
Newspapers    ... CATCHER In All Things Charity” 1964 "Ordinarily," he said. “you would have been in- formed at the regular coun- cil meeting on Monday. But we didn’t have a meeting. This is the first time we’ve had a chance to get to- gether." He added that he just didn't have the â...
The Liberal, 30 Apr 1964 
Newspapers    ... Cent-[Basil Pappas last Thursday re- ral District High School offices." signed his post because of pres- In January 1919 MI‘. Ken Blan-‘sure of business. chard joined the business and} In a letter to the Rich- 1964 marks his 45th year of em-‘ mond Hi1] Public School Ployment for the firm...
The Liberal, 7 May 1964 
Newspapers    ... Lane were found the car by their been about, admitted to me to King on gincourt to Wil- south and em- ‘ommunities as at Hill, Union- Concord and are under way ty-wide drive. Juse canvass of will commence THE LIBERAL, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Thursday, May 7th. 1964 of the adults '16...
The Liberal, 14 May 1964 
Newspapers    ...-east section of the town. lApproval of the proposal had been deferred from a meeting Continued On Page 3) RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1964 Monday The Only Fireworks Day According to the town‘s 1959 bylaw, they are not to be dis- played in front store windows nor are they to be purchased...
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