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Men Give Job A Personal Touch

This photograph shows Manuel Pereira and George Bygrave working on the reconstruction of Church Street between Main Street and Easter Avenue in Acton.

Hydro Wires To Go Underground

This photograph shows Jim Glazier and Earl Kay working at putting all electrical distribution systems in downtown Guelph underground.

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This photograph shows Ontario's "energy bus" as it made a tour of local Guelph industries. Seen with the bus are Arnold Sanler and Brian Faulkner.

Retiring Employee Honored At Simmons

This photograph shows Rid Hall (right) at his retirement party from the Simmons Selig division furniture plant in Elora. Mr. Hall had worked at the plant for 48 years. He is seen eyeing the full table of gifts with Jim Moynihan.

Last Of Truck Shipment

This photograph shows Ted Broadfield, general manager of Allis-Chalmers, sitting on one of the last shipments of fork-lift trucks leaving the plant and headed for ports along the African East Coast.

Some GSW Layoffs End

This photograph shows the newest additions to the GSW Quarter Century Club. Shown here are John Dorals, Bill Ewen, Harold Chambers, James Kelly, Glenn Louttit, Harold Gammie, and George Rivers.

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This photograph shows "clients" at ARC Industry busy turning out products and getting ready for their upcoming open house.

Extra Supplies At ARC

This photograph shows Irene Pilon, the "living instructor" at ARC Industries moving extra supplies from the cafeteria to meet demand at an open house.

Aggie Week Collection Goes To Torchlight Shop

This photograph shows Paul Valeriote, Al Picketts, Pat LeDuc, Fiona Marson, James Ross, and Archie Morrison (seated) as they toured Torchlight Industries, the city workshop for physically and emotionally handicapped people.

Pats, Slaps For Business At Consumer Conference

This photograph shows Clare Bolger (centre), then the assistant deputy minister of the federal Department of Corporate and Consumer Affairs, chatting with R.E. Vosburgh and Greta Allen at a two day consumer relations and business conference.

Touch of the Tropics For Christmas Season

Poinsettias have become closely associated with the Christmas season in North America. Using greenhouses, the poinsettias bloom, joining ferns, and other hot-house plants as seen in this picture. In this photograph Robert White applies his trade of working in greenhouses to his flower shop at Stone Road Mall.

Circle Your Tractors!

This photograph shows the construction work that was ramping up at Stone Road Mall. The extension enabled the mall to add over 40 more shops.

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