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By Damien Cox, Gord Stellick
In 1967 the Toronto Maple Leafs received the Stanley Cup in a beautiful defeat of the effective Montreal Canadiens. No different Leafs workforce has been capable of do it back. because the years cross, the legend grows. the boys who have been the Leafs in 1967—a scrappy workforce of getting older gamers and unsung youngsters—were the kings of the hockey universe. besides the fact that, inside 5 years of that victory issues had replaced greatly for lots of individuals of the crew: key contributors of the group, Tim Horton and Terry Sawchuk, have been lifeless because of alcohol and drug-related matters, and Harold Ballard, the guy who had succeeded Smythe as King of Carlton road, was once in penal complex. Sixty-Seven is not only one other hockey publication approximately that mythical group; it's a designated and overall examine the contradictions, the legends, the disgrace and the respect of '67, telling formerly untold tales from inside of that unforgettable dressing room and much past it.
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The architecture is Courtesy of]ohn Woolner, Orangeville 32 ORANGEVILLE very similar to the Town Hall as it was constructed by the same builders, with Hugh Haley as carpenter and Robert Hewitt as bricklayer. The Ketchum family7 was very inventive. One of Jesses sons, Oliver, operated the Orangeville Pottery for a period of time, but when it failed he moved to Baltimore, Maryland, where he pursued a career as an inventor. His patent stoneware was warranted to hold coal oil or liquors without any soaking through the porous material.
We confess we are not without our fears in this respect, but we are not of those who think that the difficulty cannot be surmounted. There are several small steams fed by durable and continuous springs in the immediate neighbourhood of Orangeville whose course might be diverted into Mill Creek, thus securing an inexhaustible supply of water. The expense and labour attending the enterprise would of course be considerable but not such as to prevent the project from being speedily carried out. 19 The scheme never happened.
Perhaps it was thought that Seneca could do little harm in such a remote area. He worked endlessly for God, establishing Sunday Schools and teaching catechism. S. (east of Hurontario Street) Mono Township. This church became the foundation of the present-day congregation of St. Mark's Anglican Church. Ketchum was loved by the settlers, and soon became a leader in the community with everyone coming to him for help and advice, both religious and business. His generosity in helping with municipal matters, such as road building, was well known.