Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1971  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 7 Jan 1971 
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The Liberal, 14 Jan 1971 
Newspapers    ... office commands respect, and is a symbol of industry, in- telligence and integrity." Members of the 1971-72 Town of Vaughan Council are: Mayor Williams, Regional Councillor Albert Rutherford. Councillors John Gilbert Frank Armstrnnp‘ Highlight of the afternoon was The {1131 bylaw 0f the new a...
The Liberal, 21 Jan 1971 
Newspapers    ... relative at 133 Oxford Street. The following people Fri- day were informed of the Provincial. regional and community officials were all aware of the family‘s plight before Friday. @1312 P _ mmmm RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1971 munu11mmu1muu|muummmmu11uuuuuumunmuumuulu (Photo...
The Liberal, 28 Jan 1971 
Newspapers    ... four inches All entries must be taken of the 1971 Richmond Hill Winter Carnival and the committee i‘e- serves the right to reproduce winning entries. Subject relea- ses are not required, unless the entrant wants to fill a datebook for his own purposes. In each division there are three classes...
The Liberal, 4 Feb 1971 
Newspapers    ... protec- tion. Nor does he blame York Region for being any worse off than other parts of Ontario. Chief Davidson notes that out of the 14 former municipalities of York County. only six provided RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1971 The judge reserved his decis- ion which was finally...
The Liberal, 11 Feb 1971 
Newspapers    ... will continue to fight for appeal of the entire assessment roll, presented at the end of September 1970, to be used for taxa- tion purposes in 1971. This is the first assess- ment roll prepared by provincial assessors. The decision to continue the fight was the unanimous decision of town council February 1...
The Liberal, 18 Feb 1971 
Newspapers    ... Hanson ofwljangâ€" gaff] Secondary, Debbie Stoness of Bayview Secondary, and Charlotte Barber of Richmond Hill 1g . Eighteen windblown beauties assembled at the Mill Pond Friday night to await announce- ment of the names of the 1971 Carnival Queen and runners-up. The girls represented four...
The Liberal, 25 Feb 1971 
Newspapers    .... explained ML Chapman. “Educatiw Minder W!!- li'am Davis 31:30 ceél last fall that gran? ceilings on “ordinary expenditures” will be increased from $500 to $545 for elementary stu- dents in 1971. and from $1,000 to $1.060 for second- ary students, but he warn- THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ‘25, 1971...
The Liberal, 4 Mar 1971 
Newspapers    ...- ficiently, economically and with a minimum disturbance to the total environment is a major challenge facing the federal‘ provincial and EZICHR'IOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1971 mumumuuumu“nuuuuuuuuumnuuuuuuumuumlmmu11w unmumuumnuummmnmmmI\\\\u\m\m\\\\u\\\\\\\\1\\m\u\“ Thornhill...
The Liberal, 11 Mar 1971 
Newspapers    .... and the Increased pop- to hire professional help to ulation in the new town would determine the library needs of seem to indicate that the grant the enlarged town. this year should be consider- Debenturex payments will be ably more. (The 1970 popula- $3,265 and professional educa- tion‘ was 19.577. the 1971 popâ...
The Liberal, 18 Mar 1971 
Newspapers    ... by the Addiction Research Found- ation. It now gets 75 per- cent of its annual operating budget from the province and 25 percent from the Region of York. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1971 Ii “In Essentials Unity: in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity muuunumunuuuuâ...
The Liberal, 25 Mar 1971 
Newspapers    ... to continue to operate a number of small rural schools. ‘ It is estimated that it will cost approximately $562.98 per elementary student and about 51.04293 for each secondary schol‘l student to keep the schools operating at their pres. ent level in 1971. Provincial grant ceilings are $545 per elementary...
The Liberal, 1 Apr 1971 
Newspapers    ... made tray favors for Easter. Hallowe’en. Valen- tine‘s Day and Christmas. They worked in the gifit shop and gift cart. served as RICHMOND HILL: ONTARIO, THURSDAE’. APRIL 1, 1971 E 7M” 59 Amml col- was The fire may have been caused by a light switch short circuit. Fire Chief Stong said...
The Liberal, 8 Apr 1971 
Newspapers    ... this charge of'in the four school areas in the discrimination. the delegation‘region. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 1971 j. r ., * A CENTRE Growmg Ta _-&,GREENHOUSES*__. 3 - 4 BLOOMS Pot See Our Ad on Page 7 51 KEEL‘E 'ST;J,N”ORTH‘,;7MAPLE ‘ ‘ I EASTER LILIES $1...
The Liberal, 15 Apr 1971 
Newspapers    ... mother. Mrs. Susannah Max- well. beloved of all the village. lived to the age of 107. Who says Richmond Hill air is not superior? The new arena. built in the twenties. seemed 3 mar- vellous improvement on the ponds for skating. The Rich- mond Hill hockey team was strong the first years. 1971 First...
The Liberal, 22 Apr 1971 
Newspapers    ...'t consider- ed to be an obstacle. DR. DOUGLAS PIMLOTI Warns of Dangers 12"- 15 Over 15 kinds to ( <00 Our 51 REBELS RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971 On completion of Phase II. the first addition will become a new out-patient and children's iii-patient psychiatric unit, re...
The Liberal, 29 Apr 1971 
Newspapers    ... municipalities. Using a house assessed at $20,000 as an example, and comparing school taxes for 1970 with those for 1971. the mathematical experts predicted a reduction of about 24 per- cent in the education portion of the tax bill for a property owner in Aurora, and a reduc- tion of more than 21 percent...
The Liberal, 6 May 1971 
Newspapers    ... for the opâ€" of the year. eration of the North Yonge Busi "If G0 is the direct, cause of Line for the year 1971 will be‘loss on the TTC. they should $20,000 to $25.000. {take up the loss," stated Coun- The committee was also ad-icillor Andy Chateauvert. Coun- vised the result if fares wereâ...
The Liberal, 13 May 1971 
Newspapers    ... number of young people who for the past year have been taking regular instruction and who have decided to take this significant step. 1971 They and their parents will be guests of honor at a con- gregational luncheon which will follow the service. For the luncheon each household is ask- ed to bring...
The Liberal, 20 May 1971 
Newspapers    ... make their appointments by tele- phone and nobody here has seen them until a few min- utes before the ceremony. Orange. Rustic. Red. Gold MARIGOLDS "SPARKY" See Our Ad on Page 7 RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1971 "All the world's a stage, and [all...
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