Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1974  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 3 Jan 1974 
Newspapers    ... (Photo by Stuart’s Studio) Good Social Omens RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1974 to play hosts to the Cana- dians, but did not have a team to send to Canada. The CWY format is estab- lished by an independent board of directors. but finan- cing comes from the Federal Secretary...
The Liberal, 10 Jan 1974 
Newspapers    ... Fire Hall on Spruce Avenue. By the time it is delivered theL roof of the structure will have been raised to accom- modate the new apparatus for fire fighting and rescue work and that fire hall will be manned. RICHMOND HILL ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10,1974 (Photo by Pikulin) fects upon...
The Liberal, 17 Jan 1974 
Newspapers    ... HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1974 Another amendment proposed that principals of schools serving the same geographic area‘develop ways of working together to preâ€" vent fund raising activities involv- ing the public from overlapping and becoming “burdensome” to the community...
The Liberal, 24 Jan 1974 
Newspapers    ... on Thursday evening with a dinner'dance at the Legion Hall on Elgin Mills On Friday night all the activities will take place at the Mill Pond, the biggest event being the crowning of the 1974 Snow Queen and the announcement of the first and second runner-up, This will take place at 9 pm latter which...
The Liberal, 31 Jan 1974 
Newspapers    ...©tary Club has vo- lunteered to help the Winter RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1974 “In Essentials Unity; in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity" in one of the tents. If LCBO permission is not granted. then it is proposed ‘to serve hot mulled cider. A maxi- mum of 85...
The Liberal, 7 Feb 1974 
Newspapers    .... filled their posi- tions with other children during their absence. so that the day care centre in Rich- mond Hill has not lacked in funds or children. “To my knowledge she has other absen- 1974, the ONE shall provide accommodation b e't w e e n Barrie and Toronto by one train daily Monday...
The Liberal, 14 Feb 1974 
Newspapers    ...1" r . a » -'.’," TL Ti»- ";.,: ._. 5 2'4 ' 3g... - ” h . r Ufl"‘r‘ l Q80“: ' I ~ ;‘,.,_,;..;,.r1? 9 E "In Essentials Unity: in Non-Essentials Liberty: in all things Charity" ‘ (Photos by Ron Fawn) 1974 Richmond Hill...
The Liberal, 21 Feb 1974 
Newspapers    ... While help- ing someone to live because you give.” Reg- ional Taxi provides free transportation service to the clinic if you telephone 884-9191. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1974 1n Essentials unity: in Non-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity” Recent new residents were...
The Liberal, 28 Feb 1974 
Newspapers    ... for an elementary sabool and high sdhool. There are also some lands owned on the east side of New Leslie Street. The large parcel of public land covers more than 30 acres at the north-east corn- er of Simonston Boulevard COUNCILLOR KAY Blames School Board RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1974...
The Liberal, 7 Mar 1974 
Newspapers    ... to the council chamber by Coadh Sam Johnston, Rob Kernohan, Al Beckwith, Les Trotman and Ted Main who will be with the boys on their trip to England along with $20,000 will be needed for town purposes in 1974. Ad- ded to this will be any inâ€" creases necessary for regio- nal and educational purpo- ses...
The Liberal, 14 Mar 1974 
Newspapers    ...€˜North Lake Road; RICHMONP HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1974 Allege High Fares, Slow Trains Could Kill New April 1 Maple, King City Service “When CN rented its trains to the government for the trial run, its rate to the taxpayers for a 12- car train was $4.760 for one day. This discrimination...
The Liberal, 21 Mar 1974 
Newspapers    ...- piring September 1 this year. If that lease were to be renewed an additional payment to the tenant would be necessary in order to gain possession o! the property. SEE earlier story on Page? Lovely 1974 Winter Carnival Queen Debbie Poulet got the 1974 Legion Midget Hockey Tourn- ament underway...
The Liberal, 27 Mar 1974 
Newspapers    ... level. 3, 623 â€" National Average $ 9, 600 By BARNEY DANSON York North Riding RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1974 Left to right are Captain Ward Caldrick of Levack; Harold Barnett, Tournaments Incorporated Vice-President: Fred Locking, Radio Station CFGM, master...
The Liberal, 3 Apr 1974 
Newspapers    ...,000 for 1974; and $40 for the chairman, up to a maximum of $2,750. Mile- age would be paid at the rate of 15 cents a mile. the same as for regional employees. "TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE" During discussion in open council. Chairman Garfield Wright warned council that the [and division committee mem- bers...
The Liberal, 10 Apr 1974 
Newspapers    ...." They had been “playing around" with Bay- view since the region be- gan. he said. The region’s 1974 con- struction program calls for the grading. gravelling and paving of Bayview from Steeles Avenue to the CNR crossing at Thornlea to re- construct the existing road- way to a basic fourâ...
The Liberal, 17 Apr 1974 
Newspapers    ... Council Chambers on Woodbine Avenue (Don Mills Road) in But- tonville. To, Rel leve Hous mg Cr ISIS Hill Man Charged Gun Running Paurs In Services For 300, 000 More People ,’ 1974 “Wake up! How many va- cancies do we need (in stores) on Yonge Street beâ€" fore we let our thoughts...
The Liberal, 24 Apr 1974 
Newspapers    ... Based on the assessment for 1973, a $1,300,000 reduc- tion reduces taxes for secon- dary school purposes by .33 of a mill, or about $6260 on a home assessed at $20,000. "7"""1$1‘Cfi‘1VIOND HILL, ONTARIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1974 , Lug 1+ A‘iln Essentials Unity; in Non...
The Liberal, 1 May 1974 
Newspapers    ... and will continue until a satisfactory budget figure is reached and the town's 1974 tax rate is set. prob- ably in late afternoon. Staff, committees and council’s finance committee have been working on the budget since the beginning of the year and Thursday will be the end of count- less hours...
The Liberal, 8 May 1974 
Newspapers    ...- other from Woodbridge to Kleinburg. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1974 The mayor also said coun- cil made plans to rent the Lions Hall for the seniors banquets. He suggested that if the club has grown too large, perhaps it should be Split. Mr. Home suggested the property east of the Sepa...
The Liberal, 15 May 1974 
Newspapers    ...-Essentials Liberty; in all things Charity” THE , LANG STAF F YORK CENTRA this “STONE BY ' 1 t, ' 1.2. LMAY RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1974 WING L HOSPITA: WAS LAID 1974 alANGsT Dr. James Langstaff unveils the cornerstone for the new Langstaff Wing of York Central...
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