Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1968  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 4 Jan 1968 
Newspapers    ... grand te total of 130 classrooms with 131 needed in September 1968.i15 Mr. McIntyre went on to re-{de port that the first portable wasle acquired in 1956 and the otherssp between then and 1960. Since ar that time on one occasion only‘at has there been a vacant one. which “as loaned to a neigh- d6...
The Liberal, 11 Jan 1968 
Newspapers    ... emblem. York County Council will meet for its first iconimittees. session of 1968 on January 16 and at the moment it appears that there will be three contenders for the warden’s chair. Last year‘s warden was Richâ€"sand will presumably withdraw mond Hill Deputyâ€"reeve Floydlin favor...
The Liberal, 18 Jan 1968 
Newspapers    ... Marion Gibsonand Mrs. Bev- erley Bernier. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1968 7%,“: Chairman Peck also asked that Mr. Honsberger continue to represent the board on the York South Regional Education Committee and Mr. Honsberger agreed. As Mr. Sanderson had previâ€" ously been...
The Liberal, 25 Jan 1968 
Newspapers    ... development will be of in- estimable help to the new board, whether it is for the County of York. for the Southern Six. or for the southern half of the county. port of the board's 1968 ad hoc committee on planning. The plan to be discussed is one of three considered by the public school board...
The Liberal, 1 Feb 1968 
Newspapers    ... to obtain additional information as to principals and the type of activity the group carried on. Two res- HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, gFEBRUARY 1, 1968 in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity” Richmond Hill and the suit-Borden, He went overseas with rounding community suffered a No. 5 General...
The Liberal, 8 Feb 1968 
Newspapers    ... future in commit- tee of the whole. 2 York County School H o w ever. RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1968 . By MARGARET McLEAN ' white paper information. tion Minister l the Southern 5 To date, The Department of Education's long-awaited ‘ on county boards...
The Liberal, 15 Feb 1968 
Newspapers    ... Central District High School Board‘s 1968 lec- ture series. Protest 8. Power Symposium Topic The lectures will be given on two evenings, February 21 and 22 at Thornhill Secondary hSchool, Dudley Avenue. Thorn- ill. flii’l rev‘ u y . e board'mlueu l p 10 s beans m Much 01 has sponsored...
The Liberal, 22 Feb 1968 
Newspapers    ...-week camp for emo- tionally disturbed children. and is again budgeting $3000 for this in 1968. CMHA Plans Local Residential The branch also conducted workshop for police officers du ing 1967 which was attended l representatives of most county pl lice forces. The branch also su plied 225 manuals...
The Liberal, 29 Feb 1968 
Newspapers    ... with adniinistration,land the secretary-treasurer will efficient service here. Mr. ’l‘ur- finance, personnel, propertylattend the 1968 convention ton was presented with a \Vristiand curriculum, Mrs. Simpson‘during March. watch suitably inscribed to re-lsaid. ‘ It was also noted that the mind him of his years...
The Liberal, 7 Mar 1968 
Newspapers    ...~5~4--3â€"2~1~o_9.. PONTIASCN .4 l "ln Essentials L'nity: in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity" .i RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 HOME PAPER OF THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 PER COPYâ€"EC No Canadian Social Unrest Youth Dissent...
The Liberal, 14 Mar 1968 
Newspapers    ... of Willowdale. Mrs. Hilda Kelly of Buttonville. and Regis Trude]. Young Liberal delegate from High- land Park. Markham Town- ship. A minimum increase of 17 mills in the 1968 tax rate for separate school supporters in Richmond Hill was forecast by the Rich- mond Hill Separate School Board finance committee...
The Liberal, 21 Mar 1968 
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The Liberal, 28 Mar 1968 
Newspapers    ... advised of them. York Central District High School Board went into committee of the whole with members or the press excluded. for con- sideration of its 1968 17ndâ€" got at Monday night's meet- inz. Budget figures were to be delivered to the munici- pal offices of Richmond Hill, Vaughan...
The Liberal, 4 Apr 1968 
Newspapers    ... no second choice, Sam Cook, a former pre: dent of the York North Libe a1 Association and a reside of Richmond Hill since 193 educational experience SAM COOK Martin. Winters W ETCHMOND HlfiLrâ€"COWNTARIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 4, 1968 Jaw cell The teacher-librarians in theifmnti ngschools...
The Liberal, 11 Apr 1968 
Newspapers    ..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 11. 1968 M County Council OK's Single Board Of Education 12 Members Absent No report was given by the education committee. He either council’s education com-noted that the education com- mittee or the York County Conâ€"fmittee had discussed the matter sultative...
The Liberal, 18 Apr 1968 
Newspapers    ...oy r "In Essentials Lnity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all ti‘ilngs Charity" VOL. 90, N 0. 42. RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO, THURSDAY. APIHL 18, 1968 Elite rail 37min CLEANING Greenhouse Owner Provides Major Boredom Said Chief Cause Of Youthful Vandalism...
The Liberal, 25 Apr 1968 
Newspapers    ...-Essentials Liberty: in all things charity" got/7d Iii/(7oz (‘LEANING CENTRE Hour. PAPrjRâ€"oif'l‘lil‘. DISTRICT SINCE Isis {7614,90, NO, 43, illCHMOND_HILL, ONTARIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1968 pm COP} 101. OMB Delays Decision 1968 Rate...
The Liberal, 2 May 1968 
Newspapers    ... into committee to meetitravels are completed. representatives of the teaching] It was reported that another staff in salary negotiations and;experienced teacher, Miss to work on the final 1968 bud~il~lanne Solvsten, has been plac- get figures. These were re-red on contract. quired by town council before...
The Liberal, 9 May 1968 
Newspapers    ...v“? ‘ll't l‘l.: poll; or e THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1968 because the weren‘t ‘ Hurlburt 389 votes. Stirling 283; Relegated to third spot â€", where he stayed all night â€"â€" was equally favored Anthony...
The Liberal, 16 May 1968 
Newspapers    ...- An explanation was given at last week‘s meeting of Richmond Hill Public School Board of items included in its current budget. which were criticized at the recent meeting of town council. (Photo by siuaismquus Service To City RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1968 Later the street car right-of- way...
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