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The Liberal, 4 Jan 1973 
Newspapers    ... important it is for a boy to have a sound and continuing relationship with a man with whom he can share his hopes, his dreams, his ears... "h" This year, 1973, is a landmark year in the listory of the Big Brothers of York. After :truggling along with part-time Operations, part-time counsellors...
The Liberal, 11 Jan 1973 
Newspapers    ...'s con- tribution to pollution control. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSbAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 picked up three votes and Mr. Quosnclle one, giving Mr. Clarke a twoâ€"vote lead and qualifying him for the post as King's second repre- sentative on the Board. A Metro Fireman, Mr. Clarke lives...
The Liberal, 18 Jan 1973 
Newspapers    ... Five-Member Major Committees New Policy For Hill Council. The four new members on Richmond Hill Town Coun- cil for 1973 and 1974 have brought changes in the makeup of council commit- tees for this year, it was revealed at the January 15 meeting. Councillor Andy Chateau- vert (Ward 11 will again head...
The Liberal, 25 Jan 1973 
Newspapers    ...€™the former represented “stability” and The 1873 council was portrayed by members of the 1973 council in authentic costumes of the period. It included Jacob Brillinger (Ward 6 Councillor Louis Wainwright), Wil- liam Powell (Ward 2 Councillor Graeme Bales), Reeve Abra- ham Law (Mayor William Lazenby...
The Liberal, 1 Feb 1973 
Newspapers    ... level in the school. Pictured above are candidates who will represent Richmond Hill High School, left to right: Shelley Hutchison, grade 13; Louise Clark, grade 12; Barbara Binkley, grade 11; Cheryl Bailie, grade 10 and Leslie Bunting, grade 9. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 â...
The Liberal, 8 Feb 1973 
Newspapers    .... 32. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1973 HOME PAPER OF THE DISTRICT SINCE 1878 PRICE 15¢ PER COPY Carnival Committee Importing Snow This Is Richmond Hill In these days of unseason- able weather it's a precar- iious business trying to or- ganize a Winter Carnival. however...
The Liberal, 15 Feb 1973 
Newspapers    ... for carnival queen contestants at the Black Hawk Inn. One of the guests of honor was last year’s Snow (left to right) Richmond Hill. (Photo by R. Fwnl Queen Nancy Brown who is pictured above with Mrs. Ron Ellis, Maple Leaf Hockey Star Ron Ellis, and Doug Moore of Ellis was one of the judges for the 1973...
The Liberal, 22 Feb 1973 
Newspapers    ... will be advertised within the present town staff in order that a suitable training pe- riod may be commenced. If suitable staff applications are not received then it will be advertised in the news media. (Photo by Stuart’s Studio RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 “Comic books seemed to me...
The Liberal, 1 Mar 1973 
Newspapers    ... captains be appointed to head two of the three daily shifts (he heads the daytime shift) was also approved. Investigation of the costs of a volunteer fire alarm system as demonstrated by Bell Canada was also ap- proved with estimated costs to ‘be included in the 1973 fire budget. .. s- .. ....v-.,_- _s...
The Liberal, 8 Mar 1973 
Newspapers    ... several months of rehearsal by Mas- ter Teacher of Music Gordon Fleming. UNIONVILLE SUPPORT being presented this week at Bayfiew Second- ary School, nightly at 8 o’clock. @113 whicml RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY MARCH 8, 1973 1 “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things...
The Liberal, 15 Mar 1973 
Newspapers    ..., and chairman of the horse show. Mr. Palmer was born in Toronto, but attended public and high schools in Rich- mond Hill. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY; MARCH 15, 1973 “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity” school building. Included among them were William Graham...
The Liberal, 22 Mar 1973 
Newspapers    ...€™s doors were sealed shut, and it was impossible to break any of the windows to get out. How- ever, one of the back doors had popped open in the impact and the three made their way through it. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all...
The Liberal, 29 Mar 1973 
Newspapers    ... at 20 cents per rider. The 1973 deficit on the Yonge Street .TTC service is set at only 11/2 cents per rider. The consultants say the municipality to undertake on its own. Markham has been discussing its transit study with the province but appar- ently the province didn't pick Thornhill...
The Liberal, 5 Apr 1973 
Newspapers    ... commitment to- ward construction of the new Maple Arena. Mrs. Hanc’ey made her com- ments to “The Liberal" follow- ing Thursday's council meeting. at which York‘s budget esti- mates for 1973 were approved. Mrs. Hancey, along with May- ors Evelyn Buck of Aurora. Margaret Britnell of King...
The Liberal, 12 Apr 1973 
Newspapers    ..., sharing is based on the assessment for 1973 taxation, while in 1972 the assessment for the previous year was used. “Thus the share increase for municipalities is increased by two years' growth, while their assessment base is increased by one year’s growth," the administrator said in his...
The Liberal, 19 Apr 1973 
Newspapers    ...PUblio Litr-.r 24 wright 5+ R is VOL. 96, NO. 42. Ho! [53' E“ Y: ~ » r!) nmcnd H111, l Come The ‘r hrrat “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity” RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973 let's 1' Get Growing T0 AMUR...
The Liberal, 26 Apr 1973 
Newspapers    ... of the Richmond Hill Association, Bob Van Impe, CASA President from Saskatoon, Richmond Hill Mayor William Lazenby and Jack Cook, Willowdale, chairman of the 1973 Canadian Women’s Championship Organizing By MARGARET LADE “Whirlwind Flight of the Mu- sic Fanatic" was the headline that appeared above a...
The Liberal, 3 May 1973 
Newspapers    ... in basic ceil- ings and if the weighting fac- tors for 1973 did not change. "It is expected to be par- ticularly difficult to meet the ceilings on ordinary expendi- tures for secondary schools and for this reason the board decided to increase the pupil- teacher ratio from 17.4 to 17.7. effective...
The Liberal, 10 May 1973 
Newspapers    ... of eight or nine trophies distrib- uted to the captains and coaches of the win- ning teams by Mr. Trudeau. A total of 1500 youngsters attended the bash. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 istry had preferred that the York Manor lot be cleared be- fore any other buildings be con- sidered there...
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