Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1966  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 6 Jan 1966 
Newspapers    ... at St. Mary lmmaculate School. Trayborn Drive, Richmond Hill. About 150 Separate school supporters Ittended. If present negotiations be- tween CRCSS Richmond Hill $500 Reward Offered After $4,000 Robbery The 1966 board of the Combined Roman Catholic Separate Schools of the Town of Richmond Hill...
The Liberal, 13 Jan 1966 
Newspapers    ... in Vaughan Township. let the land go when the price was so reasonable‘?" As the property is being offered for sale the parks board - felt council should RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1966 mmmm [@E Q the south side of the Maple} Sideroad opposite the hospital...
The Liberal, 20 Jan 1966 
Newspapers    ... nights for adults and $1.00 for students. It is also ex- pected to have the lectures printed and mailed to sub- scribers at a later date. form the Markham .1966 and board of the Vaughan. Tr He reported learning Ihal a taxi was returning some kinderâ€" garten pupils to their homes in Maple...
The Liberal, 27 Jan 1966 
Newspapers    ..., the Richmond Hill YWCA. Richmond Hill Wel- fare Department, York Coun- ty Hospital Psychiatric Out- patient Service, three local BY MARGARET McLEAN (Continued on Page 15) [Pleashntville School @m + & MEN RICHMOKD HILL,’0NTAR10, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1966 it“! it- sixlpeditiousiy. lemployees...
The Liberal, 3 Feb 1966 
Newspapers    ... Project Cancelled ‘ AgreesOnCO.operation Project Too Costly For 1966 “This is an opportunity which has never before been. offered to any separate school board in the five year capital expenditures provmce,” stated Separate School Inspector F. M. Weiss at the January 25 meeting of the Combined...
The Liberal, 10 Feb 1966 
Newspapers    ... and felt that if it came up and looped in Maple it might lprove more profitable. ment says we must provide education up to 16." Following is the board‘s re- vised forecast: 1966. new sites, Elgin Street, Leitchcroft. Sor- bara, East of Leslie 12), Selkirk. North Bayview Golf Course, for a total...
The Liberal, 17 Feb 1966 
Newspapers    ...Public Lib; ‘ 2"; \frléht Dta9 Ricl’riont. Hill. VOL. 88, NO. 34. 5 June . 7-6 ii ‘ RICHMORD HILL. oerhio, Thursday, February 17, 1966 lift Tins call “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity“ VAUGHAN ASKS DUMP HEARING DELAY Ask May 14...
The Liberal, 24 Feb 1966 
Newspapers    ... to Que- bec next year and bring home the big award. The silver cup is being suitably engraved to mark the 1966 Quebec Tournament. A replica of the original trophy. it becomes the perm- anent property of the Lions. Each member of the team will be allowed to have it in his home for a two week period...
The Liberal, 3 Mar 1966 
Newspapers    ...Town To Pay Trailways Extra Grant Richmond Hill Council has agreed to contract terms ion 1966 with Trailways of Canada} Ltd.. for local bus service. The terms will provide that the mileage rate paid by the municipality to the bus line be increased from 42 cents a mile to 50 cents and the maximum...
The Liberal, 10 Mar 1966 
Newspapers    ... creativity in chil- dren, certainly the Scout and Cub movement must be en- couraging it greatly to judge from the vast exhibition of crafts and hobbies displayed at the York Summit District’s 1966 show at Bayview Sec- ondary School February 26‘ It included a grand total of 1,572 entries. Not only...
The Liberal, 17 Mar 1966 
Newspapers    ... contributing s1 505013031d VI“. _ 1 1. . . . receiving the recreation and parks board budget, 'lhe l 4- \‘I l‘ ‘ rlt attei the 111011 (118111111111 DWM . 911( came 1 onto) iiigi . a 1Continiieii 011 PaUc 151 . . - ‘t‘f ‘1966 school board an‘reed to cm 1) off another $90 000 ****** Simpmâ...
The Liberal, 24 Mar 1966 
Newspapers    ... be created. He pointed RH Centre Stores 1966 Fashion Show The New Galaxy Restaurant in Richmond Heights Centre will be the scene next Wednes-I day evening of a fashion show for every member of the family. Clothing and accessories for mother, dad, sister and brother, grandmother and granddad, aunt and uncle...
The Liberal, 31 Mar 1966 
Newspapers    ...Preparing and presenting the report was Councillor Lois Han- cey. chairman of the police, fire and by-la-ws committee, along with members Deputy- reeve Floyd Perkins and Coun- cnllor Ivan Mansbridge. The re- port along with the 1966 fire budget will be considered at council's budget striking...
The Liberal, 7 Apr 1966 
Newspapers    ... Commissioners' budget for 1966." ard and forgetting these crimes Mr. Butler said later in the the are committed by otliei than meetm" lhht the 1956 scale “I residents within Rich- salary to1 Richmond Hill police- men would be “lust about uniâ€" [mm with the scales in Mark- IContinued...
The Liberal, 14 Apr 1966 
Newspapers    ... VOL. 88, NO. 42. Public ”bib; 1; 2/} dmght 913., Rich: ion; H111 . 5 dunw 7â€"6 ° ditto Tthrral “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty: in all things Charity“ RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1966 YORK COUNTY'S LARGEST REALTOR...
The Liberal, 21 Apr 1966 
Newspapers    ... m e and nenta C18 Baptists Dedicate New Church RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 Apologizing to those who had come to the meeting for nothing, Mr. McArthur then suggested to Reeve A. H. Rutherford that, “At this time. any further discussion of this matter should...
The Liberal, 28 Apr 1966 
Newspapers    ... school com- mercial from $361.55 to $423.50. Some of the above figures may vary because of different from- age rates. VOL. 88, NO. 44 By FRED SIMPSON Take an extra 344 out of your wallet for 1966 if you own a house in Richmond Hill assessed at $5,000. That‘s providing you’re a public school...
The Liberal, 5 May 1966 
Newspapers    ... asked council to add another $100,000 to its 1966 estimates Differ On MOH's Interpretation Despite conflicting i'eports on the York County Medical Health Officer's opinion of Hengran Development Ltd., using temâ€" Hengran, which expects tol have its own sewage treatment! plant...
The Liberal, 12 May 1966 
Newspapers    ... businesses along the road halffiwere broken into. However, me‘nothing was taken from any of ‘them. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 ‘pare Three Break-Ins lllmlllll Industrial Road ; L At Scholastic Publications. 128 Industrial, office files were‘ ransacked; at Vienna Furniture...
The Liberal, 19 May 1966 
Newspapers    ... to welfare and jus- help from provincial govern-[tice "and the actual portion for ment in paying its police bills.]police is very small”. Ill Vaughan Bd. To Build School, Additional Classrooms, 2 Auditoriums â€" Cost $836,000 VOL. 88, NO. 47. School Board in the amount of $835,000 for 1966...
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