This officer has taken part in operations both in the European and Middle East theatres of war. On one occasion, when participating in a low level shipping attack, the port engine of his aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft fire and the propeller fell off. Nevertheless, with great determination, he pressed home the attack and flew the damaged bomber safely back to base on one engine. During the last six months Flight Lieutenant Macdonald has flown on a large number of bombing attacks against the Japanese in Burma. He has often led the formation in adverse weather and, by his resolution, zeal and courage, has contributed in no small measure to the successes achieved by his squadron.
Thomas Wilson LAWLOR of Grande Prairie Alberta
· Sex: M · Birth: 27 AUG 1890 in Killarney, Manitoba graduated B.A., 1914, and LL.B., 1921, at Manitoba. University, a well-known Alberta lawyer, enlisted in 196th Bn., and served in France with 2nd Machine Gun Corps, then as Lieut. in the R.A.F., Egypt, during the Great War
SARAH CLEMENTINA MAC CRIMMON, graduate nurse, b. at Calgary in Alberta, 24 Nov., 1892; married at Edmonton 2 May, 1921, ; they have issue:
1c. FLORA FRANCES LAWLOR, Box 1063, Grande Prairie, b. 1 May, 1922.
2c. ENID MAE LAWLOR, b. 13 May, 1927.
3c. AGNES ISOBEL LAWLOR, b. 25 March, 1929.