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Bradford doctor was honored for service

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26890
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  • 1976

"Bradford doctor G.L. Blackwell was honored last Wednesday at the annual meeting of the York County Hospital for his years of service as chief of staff of the hospital and on the board of directors. Dr. Blackwell received a large painting as thank...

Bradford Witness

Children safe with this man

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26905
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  • 1976-05-26

"Chris Van Alebeek has 25 grandchildren, had worked outdoors all his life, and was bored after four years' retirement. So he began a new career this year - as a crossing guard, shepherding school children across the busy stretch of Holland St. Eas...

Bradford Witness

Hughes retires from roads

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26894
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  • 1976

"West Gwillimbury Road Superintendent, Grenville Hughes, 68, resigned last week, after 14 years of service with the council staff. Reeve Orville Hughes accepted the resignation, thanked the road superintendent on behalf of the council for all his ...

Bradford Witness

It's time for

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26915
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  • 1976-06-23

"Arthur Evans, retiring Simcoe-Centre MPP said Thursday night he was leaving politics because "we should have new blood". He was speaking at an all-candidates meeting held in Sir William Osler School by the Bradford and West Gwillimbury Progressiv...

Bradford Witness

Retiring group

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26885
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  • 1976-01-28

"Bradford Mayor Joe Magani, left, and Reeve Art Turner, right, honor the three men who recently retired. From left to right are: Ted Devlin, Ted Gapp and John Dudgeon. The men were given mementos of appreciation by the town."

Bradford Witness