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Charles M. Williams

Started in 1928 - Retired in 1968

 
 

 

1968 - Charles MacGregor Williams, superintendent of radio regulations at Moncton, has retired after 40 years of service.

 

Born in Newport, South Wales, Mr. Williams emigrated to Canada and joined the East Coast Radio Service of the Department of Marine and Fisheries on April 16, 1928,

 

He subsequently served either as radio operator or officer in charge on government ships that included the icebreakers Mikula and N. B. McLean.

 

Coast station assignments included Cape Hope's Advance and Nottingham Island in the, Arctic, Cape Race, Nfld., and Camperdown Radio on the East Coast.

 

He was promoted to the position of radio inspector at Halifax in 1950, then appointed regional superintendent at Moncton on Nov. 11, 1960.

 

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1960 - Moncton - Appointment of C. M. Williams

1960 - Moncton - Nomination de C. M. Williams