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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 20, 1974-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-17 DiePs memoirs to be published SIGNS CONTRACT WHILE PUBLISHERS WATCH 'Wandering Victoria Cross9 back home TORONTO (CP) Canada's "wandering Victoria in Britain since the death-of its recipient in 1961, has come home to the Royal Canadian Military Institute. Uranium millionaire Stephen Roman, chairman of Denison Mines Ltd., presented the Commonwealth's highest award for bravery to the in- stitute after he bought it at a London auction in July for The bronze cross was awarded to Capt. (then Lieut.) Edward Bellew, 33, for valor on April 24, 1915. Capt. Bellew continued to fire his machine-gun until it ran out of ammunition in the face of overwhelming enemy strength. With his sergeant dead beside him, Bellew seiz- ed a rifle and fought until he was taken prisoner. His deeds won him the se- cond or third Victoria Cross given to a Canadian in the First World War-the first one was awarded to Fred Fisher of St. Catharines, Ont., the day before. Sgt.-Maj. Fred Hall of the 8th battalion, CEF, won a VC the same day as Capt. Bellew. The VC is the first ever own- ed by the Royal Canadian Military institute. OTTAWA fenbaker is wasting no time getting down to business on his memoirs, which, he said Tuesday as he signed a publisher's contract, will be "of tremendous interest" to Canadians. The former Progressive Conservative prime minister signed the seven-page contract for two, possibly three be publish- ed by The Macmillan Co. of his memento- studded office on Parliament Hill. It aiso was signed by Mac- millan president George W Gilmour, Hugh Kane, vice- chairman of the company's board, and Dr. John Archer, the president of the University of Regina who will be general editor of the memoirs. Mr Diefenbaker said he plans to leave today with his wife Olive for a three-to-four week stay in Barbados, where he will work on the books. "I want my wife to have a break and during that time I'm going to work 500 PAGES FINISHED He said he already has fin- ished about 500 pages and the completed work will contain "a large number of matters that will be of tremendous interest, I'm sure." The first volume, which Mr. Kane expects to publish on Mr. Diefenbaker's 80th birthday- Sept. cover the years up to 1957. when he became prime minister. It will cover the veteran politician's years as a lawyer, and his time in the Saskatchewan legislature and in the Commons. Volume Two will cover his year's as prime minister until the leadership convention of 1967 when he was succeeded by the present Conservative Although no details on the available, it is expec-ted it will leader, Robert Stanfield. anticipated third volume were cover the intervening years NOMINATION MEETING The Progressive Conservative Association of Lethbridge West shall hold a Nomination Meeting on Wednesday the 20th day of November 1974 at p.m. in the El Rancho Convention Centre for the pur- pose of nominating a Progressive Conservative candidate for the Lethbridge West Constituency in the next Provincial Election. Any person seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination m the Constituency must notify the President (Dwight Jensen, 648-14th St. S., Lethbridge) in writing of his or her intention so to do not later than 48 hours prior to the hour for which the Nomination Meeting has been called and such notification shall be duly signed by the person seeking nomination and shall be verified by ten members of the Association. The right to ballot for the selection of a candidate shall be restricted to persons, who at the time of the meeting, are of the full age of eighteen years, reside in the Lethbridge West Constituency and hold a 1974 membership card in the Lethbridge Progressive Con- servative Association. Memberships are available from the Pre- sident, Regional Director, or their designates and will also be avail- able at the meeting. 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