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Year:  1947  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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The Liberal, 2 Jan 1947 
Newspapers    ... certain course of action or policy. The team work we need must be given freely. It must be the complete co-operation of every- one towards the attainment of our national destiny. With such team work or national unity in general evidence, 1947 may be for us a year of many agreeable sur rises. Cert- ainly...
The Liberal, 9 Jan 1947 
Newspapers    ... Cost “Only anacia’s Citizenship Act Inaugurated In Ottawa At Colorful Ceremony :17] Essentials. Unity; In Non-Esgentials nationality serves hu- RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1947. By Jack Marsh (Special Correspondent of Thc'Liberal) Richmond Hill Surpasses Toronto...
The Liberal, 16 Jan 1947 
Newspapers    ...€"â€"ALSOâ€"â€"â€" “ GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST ” m » I I I I "in Essentials. Unity; In Non-Essentials. Liberty: In All Things. Charity”. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 16th. 1947. N0 TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS WANTED THAT WILL SACRIFICE NORTH YURK’S INTERESTS Residents...
The Liberal, 23 Jan 1947 
Newspapers    ...". RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 23rd. 1947. g'ration policy. Political bickering is to be avoided, and definite planning to promote Canadian development taken seriously. Our population should be increased twofold, for neV- er in our history has such cppor- tunity been presented for selected...
The Liberal, 30 Jan 1947 
Newspapers    .... Delegates to the annual meeting at the Royal York January 3lst are Howard' Jackman and Bob Giles. ' At the close of the business ses- sion an excellent supper was served. officers for 1947. The results are as follovx's: President, Howard Jack- inan; lst viceâ€"president, Max Crump; 2nd...
The Liberal, 6 Feb 1947 
Newspapers    ... teams are; 7 Bridge Teams (four men), 2 Euâ€" chre Teams (four men), Checkers (three man team). The Legion also issued a state- ment from the provincial command on 'the Winter sports program which is in part as follows:â€" CRIBBAGE: Each Branch will de- ';ermine by March lst, 1947...
The Liberal, 13 Feb 1947 
Newspapers    ..., Fred Luiidy, Ellerby Farr, and W. C. Gohn, for- mer wardens. Mr. Gohn, on behalf of the citi- zens of Markham Township present- ed Warden and Mrs. Hooper with a club bag and suitcase. Reeve W. Elmer Brandon. county commissioner, proposed 1947 the COUNTY WARDEN HOOPER tcast to York County. He...
The Liberal, 20 Feb 1947 
Newspapers    ... not a money-making organiza- tion, would be in a position to use this fund to good advantage. Mr. E. G. McKean read the re- port of the nominating committee and Mr. R. D. Little, District Direcâ€" tor, conducted the election of off- icels for 1947, resulting in the fol- lowing: Honorary presidents...
The Liberal, 27 Feb 1947 
Newspapers    ... juvenile hockey club by a score of 7-2 at Mea- ford in a sudden death game in the Ontario cup play down. This puts the local boys closer to the Ontario championship with only four more teams to meet. 1,000,000 Pounds Of Turkey Raised At Schomberg Last Year - Increase For 1947 Richmond Hill Juveniles Best...
The Liberal, 6 Mar 1947 
Newspapers    ... for $5,000,000 for peacetime work. The campaign opens across Canada on March 3. “In my capacity as President of the Canadian Red Cross Society,, I appeal to all Canadians to help raise $5.000,000 which is the sum urgently needed this year, 1947. His Excellency’s statement fol- lows: Red Cross...
The Liberal, 13 Mar 1947 
Newspapers    ...¬MOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 13th, 1947 din-N ion of itcrtain you presentation H.110]- prizes. 11 be taken 1 hear the new Public ss the par- a1 bv appe nitw March ould be to the Sunday ‘onto at problems associate a . name] In the l‘his M 1'. 1011:! l'lll Tn Non...
The Liberal, 20 Mar 1947 
Newspapers    ... and Accredited Veterinarian Ur. M. J. Quigtey Dr. J. P. Wilson Dr. N. S. Park Stop 24A Yonge St. BOX 100 URSDAY, MARCH 20th. 1947 Adelmo Melecci VETERINARY Alice Mecredy PIANO TEACHER Protect your chick investment. Feed them high quality, nourishing. carefully balanced Master Chick Starter. It means...
The Liberal, 27 Mar 1947 
Newspapers    ... iRICH‘MOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 27th, 1947 complaints have to do needn‘t be is abated." Miss Carr lived in a tower of ivory and only when it crumbled did'she fall, as breakdowns in London and Paris and her creative hibernation after the first war indicates. You may feel...
The Liberal, 3 Apr 1947 
Newspapers    ...€˜s national game made a real comeback throughout the dis- trict last year, and an, even better year is anticipated for 1947. At next Wednesday’s meeting at Maple, league officers will be elected and plans discussed for the coming sea- son. Representatives of all teams interested in participating are inv1t...
The Liberal, 10 Apr 1947 
Newspapers    ... Care HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 10th, 1947 Founded only eight months ago. in August 1946, the York County (North) Humane; Society has a re- cord of accomphshment of which it can be ju_stly‘ prqud. ‘ \ ,HA Local Branch Enlists Junior Membership of 582â€"April 7 to 13 To Be Observed...
The Liberal, 17 Apr 1947 
Newspapers    ..., April 23rd if you Wish to see softball played in Richmond Hill this season. Lions 1947 Variety Show “Biggest And Best Yet” Tickets are selling rapidly for the big variety show being staged under the auspices of 'the Lions’ Club Thursday and Friday evenings of this week in the gymnasium...
The Liberal, 24 Apr 1947 
Newspapers    ... of operaâ€" tions. His father, a member of the famous Black Watch regiment, was The Liberal’s Inquiring Reporter found himself this week in complete agreement with the‘ sentiment of 6V- eryone who attended the Lions 1947 variety show at the high school, and ready with the enthusiastic crowd...
The Liberal, 1 May 1947 
Newspapers    ... in York County for cook- ing apd ogher _dor51estic uses. In... “hi 7 Essentials, Unity; In NfljEssentialS, Liberty; In All Things. Charity”. RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MAY lst, 1947. Those present from York County were: For Sharon, Bernice Ramsa)t and Art Hall; for Unionville, Lois...
The Liberal, 8 May 1947 
Newspapers    ... for the first quarter of 1946. The falling: off in profits ocvurred also in spite of increased passenger revenue which was given as $51.59; Compared with $50,076 for the first Quarter of the last year, the gain being $1,571 or 3.03 per cent: “Tim- {migrating exbenses for the first quarter of 1947 were about...
The Liberal, 15 May 1947 
Newspapers    .... Eden. First 1947 Flower Show Is Outstaigling Success Despite cold and unseasonable wea- ther, last Saturday's Daffodil Show met all expectations of the Horticul- tural Society. Flowers were some- what smaller in size than usual but their freshness and bright shades of yellok brought sunshine...
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