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Miss A.M. MacDonald

Joined the Radio Division of the Department of Marine and Fisheries in 1931

Retired from the Radio Regulations Division

of the Department of Transport (DOT) in 1967

 
 

 

1967 - Miss A. M. Macdonald, senior clerk in the Toronto Radio Regulations Regional Office, has retired after more than 35 years of service.

 

A native of Ontario, Miss Macdonald began her D.O.T. career in November 1931 at the Toronto office where she served continuously until her retirement.

 

She came to the Department from the Bell Telephone Company where she had been employed for two years. Prior to that, she had been a school teacher.

 

Among her major responsibilities in the Toronto office was the checking and distribution of radio licences for the region, a considerable undertaking since the area contains about two-thirds of Canada's population.

 

Miss Macdonald was honored at a luncheon arranged by the lady members of the staff and later feted at a more formal "do" in the office.

 

Gifts included an electric broom and a gift of money in addition to the many cards and notes from regional and field office personnel.

 

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