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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 12, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Government can't interfere MONTREAL (CP) The native peoples of James Bay have a "private, property right to the land in The Rogers9 Prize- winners are here. 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In the above picture are employees who received service awards, as well as, Company Executive and department heads. The awards were presented by Mr. E. Nykyforiak, District Manager. Appearing in the picture, left to right, back row: Joe Haczkewicz Store Manager at 425-13th Street N., Garnet Long, (20) Food Clerk at 425-13th Street N., Harold Vogel, (20) Salesman at Macdonalds Consoli- dated Limited, Barrie Onofrychuk, (10) Produce Department Manager at 721-3rd Avenue S., Gary Michelson, (10) Meat Cutter at 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive, Alex Poleschuk, (10) Salesman at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited, Tom Beresnak, (5) Food Clerk at 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive, Gary Morrison, (5) Food Clerk at 721-3rd Avenue S. Second Row, left to right: Bob Kemp (10) Store Manager at 721-3rd Avenue S., Nigel Messrner, (5) Order Picker at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited, Marvin Mock, Store Manager at 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive. Dan Supranow, Utility Clerk at 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive, Everett Arkmstall, (5) Food Clerk at 1616 Mayor Magrath Dnve, Robert Comai, (10) Shipper at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited, Ernie Nykyforiak, District Manager, Kay Larsen, (20) Teller at 1616 Mayor Magrath Drive, Bob Ashmead, (10) Food Clerk at 425-13th Street N., Bob Senda, Warehouse Supervisor at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited Bill Christiansen, (5) Food Clerk at 721-3rd Avenue S., Terry Mcintosh, (5) Food Clerk at 721-3rd Avenue S Lawrence Sharun, (26) Ware- house Manager at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited. Seated, left to right: Rosemarie Travalia. (10) Stenographer at Macdonalds Consolidated Limited, Mary Froese, (15) Meat Wrapper at 721-3rd Avenue S., Pat Hodgms, Employee Relations Manager, Vicki Willis, Cashier at 425-13th Street N., Mary Wesko, (10) Cashier at 721-3rd Avenue S Irene Snopek, (5) Cashier at 721-3rd Avenue S. The following Employees were unable to attend: Fumi Yamamoto, (5) Jo Lyon, (5) Joe Raca, (5) Larry Tratch, (5) Jack Unterseher, (10) and Wilhelm Witzke, These people represent 326 years of service COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Father's Day Putting Tournament! June 13-15 Thursday p.m. Saturday p.m. Finals at p.m. Saturday Rules and Regulations posted at College Mall now Any one over 18 years of age can NO CHARGE! Dieters SKI SPORT 1 St PRIZE Trip for 2 to Las Vegas for 5 days and 4 nights Transportation included from Calgary 2nd PRIZE Outdoor carpeting AND! Picnic coolers, golf balls and other prizes Jaycees Bar of Gold QUEEN CONTEST JUNE 15 Introduction of Contestants at College Cinema Finals in College Cinema Rosalind Wajtowicz Dawn McKay Valerie Serbu Lucy Heinrich Jackie Mllford Wendy Ogden Photos by De Jordon ;