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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta mj IDE Queen sips tea with war heroes CAREERS WANTED MACHINISTS and WELDERS to locate in the OKANAGAN VALLEY Write Box 45 Herald or Phone Area Code 604 545-2175 Underground Mine Personnel Experienced facemen and labourer trainees are required for our expanding Hydraulic Mining Operations. Present rate of pay facemen five dollars sixty five cents. July one 1974 five dollars eighty five cents. Labourer four dollars ninety July one 1974 five dollars ten cents. We offer excellent benefits and subsidized bus service from the surrounding communities. Interested Candidates can contact our Personnel Department on the Elk Valley Road near Sparwood. RESOURCES LTD. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST The specialist will be responsible for sales and service of poultry and livestock equipment through direct customer contact. Preference will be given to persons with previous experience. A complete range of co-benefits will be provided. Apply R. DYKEN SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Phone 329-0017 AGNES DAVIDSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Lethbridge School District No. 51 A Principal is required beginning with the 1974-75 school year for the Agnes Davidson Elementary School in Lethbridge. Agnes David- son has an enrolment of approximately 500. The upper elementary pupils are contained in an open area wing which was added to the school in 1970. Those wishing to apply should do so by sub- mitting applications complete with curriculum vitae including names of references Director of Personnel Lethbridge School District No. 51 433-15 St. S. Alberta YOUR FUTURE IS HERE. Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA LOANS OFFICERS RED LETHBRIDGE The Agricultural Development Department of has positions available in Red Calgary and Lethbridge. The positions are involved in advising farmers on financial and credit they carry out credit analysis of management and make recommendations as to the overall feasibility of the application. Requires University graduation in Business Administration Agriculture or candidate with an Agricultural background or agwbultural courses preferred Salary Closes June 1974. Competition number 4405-3. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015-103 T5J OH4 Room 500 Building T5K 2C1 Gaping hole Reg. a Killam district 85 miles southeast of examines a ruptured section pipe which Sunday caused an estimated gallons of crude oil to spill onto fellow farmer Don Windover's land. BOATS PLIED RIVER More than 250 sternwheeler nverboats plied the Yukon River between 1896 and 1944. Resigned Although there was no RCMP officials are check- ing reports that a Toronto constable was forced to resign because he was involved in labor organiza- tion within the federal police force. An RCMP spokesman was com- menting in Ottawa Tues- day on published charges by the Michael that he was forced to resign. Brown named new SA commander LONDON Commis- sioner Arnold 60. second in command of the Salvation Army around the has been appointed territorial commander of the movement in Canada and Bermuda. who moved to Canada from Britain as a child with his Salvation Army officer said in an interview Tuesday a good Canadian I'm delighted to be going home. I look forward to returning to Canada with Brown came here as chief of public relations for the Army's international headquarters in 1964 and became chief of the to second- highest 1969 He previously had been national youth officer in Canada from 1962 to 1964 and before that its national publicity officer In his new he will suc- ceed General-Elect Clarence another Canadian who takes over as the Army's world leader in July. whose appointment takes effect July said he will need some time to get the feel of the country and of the Army in Canada. the country has changed and the Salvation Army has he said. Big loan WASHINGTON The United States Export-Import Bank granted a loan to the Soviet Union Tues- day to help finance a fertilizer project which includes a pipeline to the Black Sea. LONDON The Queen took tea Tuesday with about 200 of the world's bravest men and proud including 13 from of the Victoria Cross and the George Cross. The much-decorated some of whom had their supreme gallantry awards back in the Flanders mud of the First World gathered with wives and relatives in the white-and-gold ballroom of Buckingham Palace while the Queen and Prince Philip chatted to each in turn. Among the 1914-1918 VCs was Canada's Milton F. former labor minister in the St. Laurent who penetrated the German defences single- handed at Cambrai on the Western front. a native of Mountain N.B now resides near Fredericton. Among holders of the George the civilian equivalent of the VC for acts of great was Air Commodore Dwight Ross of a one-armed veteran who won his GC for rescuing five men from a blazing bomber. The other Canadian GC holder was Dr. Richard of who won it for rescuing an American scientist from a deep crevasse in Antarctica. One George Cross holder only received her silver cross on its blue ribbon two weeks although the action which caused its award took place more than 50 years ago. Doreen Ashburnan-Ruffner was awarded the Albert Medal in 1916 when she was eight years for saving her cousin from an attack by a mountain lion on Vancouver Island. She fought off the animal with her bare hands and was awarded what then ranked as the top civilian decoration for gallantry. the Queen decided that all surviving Albert Medal holders should receive the George Cross. Mrs. Ashburnan-Ruffner was pre- sented with the decoration in Los Angeles. Earlier the heavily bemedalled veterans assembled at St Martin-in- Trafalgar for a service of remembrance to fallen comrades and rededication. Most looked fit as they took their places in the church with chests full of decorations chinking softly. The women in the con- gregation wore garden party adding a summery touch though the day was grey and cloudy The hour-long service was conducted by St. Martin's vicar Rev. Austen assisted by the Roman Catholic chaplain to the Royal Air Force and other service padres. Two buglers of the Royal Marines sounded last post and reveille and the famous elegy beginning shall grow not as we that are left grow was spoken by Maj.-Gen. H. R. B. vice-chairman of the Victoria Cross and George Cross Association. The reunion continues today with an informal visit to Wind- sor Castle. In the the Canadian group is being enter- tained by High Commissioner J. H. Warren at Canada House. The program winds up Thursday with the association's general followed by a' re- union dinner. Madfcim Hit Fifcril Progressive Conservative Association NOTICE OF NOMINATING CONVENTION May 25 Medicine Hat High School Auditorium p.m. PURPOSE OF MEETING to nominate a candidate to represent the Progressive Conservative Party in the Medicine Hat Federal Constituency in the forthcoming General to be held on July 8th 1974 All members of the Progressive Con- servative 18 years and residing IP the Medicine Hat Federal Constituency as defined by the redistribution of 1966 are entitled to attend the meeting and vote for the candidate of their choice by preferential ballot Memberships will be available for all supporters at the nominating meeting You Must Present A Membership Card To Sears Launch a great boating Save 12' Deluxe Lapstake Boat Made of top quality marine alloy aluminum. Lapstaked for greater stength and smooth ride. Has green non-glare interior. Weighs only 120 Ibs. Beam. M.O.T. rated for 660 Ibs. load and 15 h.p. motor. 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