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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta It THE lETHBRIDGr HERAID March 1971 Telephone system plans Canada digital network OTTAWA CP The Trans1 Z chairman of Canada Telephone System anj TCTS told a news conference naunced Monday it will break here new ground in Canada by set We based our decision to ting up a nationwide digital j and build this digital net data communications i work on the continually mcreasj principally for computers ing needs of computer The system is expected to mention users for higher quality cost about milion in the first j higher i phase in when equipgreater quantities and ment in installed to link Mont Ottawa and Western Can Equipment for the network is 1 being designed and built at Bel Foreign dentists to write exams TORONTO CP Immi grant many of them political get a chance this year to prme their qualifi cations and to practise their profession in Canada without being required to repeat the years of study and training they Wildlife Federation seeks action OTTAWA CP The Cana dian Wildlife Federation has ap proved a resolution asking the federal government to establish as a national goal achievement of a highquahty The resolulion says the fed eral government should give ur gent attention to maintenance of high ecological integrity and It was approved at the federations seventh annual meeting here during the week Legislation should also be en acted to protect endangered wildlife species and resolve ju risdictional especially those relating to migratory birds which cross provincial and internPtional boundaries and affected by a variety of laws and The third part of the resolu tion requests formation of an environmental council similar to the Science Council of Can ada and the Economic Council of Such a council would be responsible for establishment of policies and priorities relat ing to the The federation urged that Canada strictly enforce its regu lations protecting Canadian wa ters and coasts from and that it take leadership in bringing about international controls to halt the pollution of the Jack a metallurgist from was elected president of the federa Gordon a business man from is a new vicepresident joining Hugh Fairn of and Andy Rankin of Moose underwent in their Acncuncing what is believed to be the worlds first examine1 tion of its James vicepresident of tic National Dental Examinirg Board of said Monday All were trying to say Show All they have to do is to pass our niinjnum our The written examination is the same as the one that Canadian graduates of schools of dentistry must pass The representative of ail of Canadas 10 provincial licensing will sit in Monti eal in May to examine 54 foreign candidates seeking licences to They are those who have met prelimin ary NDEB Graduates of universities rec ognized by the World Health Or the candidates dur ing the twoweek examination period must pass a written in English or and pre clmical and clinical MUST PAS EACH PART The threepart examination will be in any part does not permit prog ress to the next A fee of S900 for each candi date is Should a candi date fail the written he will be refunded Once the candidate success fully completes the examina he will be able to practise anywhere in as do Ca nadian holders of NDEB certifi without undergoing fur ther study or examinations by provincial licensing Montreal was chosen as the site of the 1971 examinations as Quebec and Ontario have re ceived most of the immigrant doctors in recent Purvcs said that next it may be held in Toronto and in possibly in a city in British Columbia which also has received a heavy flow of The board decided upon the program following widespread criticism two years ago after the Russian invasion of Czecho slovakia when many Czechs fled to At that time it refused to accept continental European quauficaions and I doctors who wished to pursue their profession had to go back I to Canada laboratories in Ottawa as there is no sutii material availnbe elsewhere in the Krupski said this has placed Canada in the forefront of computer communication systems development MEMBERS The TransCanada Telephone Sstem links telephone compa nies from coast to Mem bers include the British Colum bia Telephone Alberta Gov ernment Saskatche w a n Manitoba Telephone Bell the New Bruns wick Telephone Mari time Telegraph and Telephone and the Newfoundland Telephone The digital network will first provide a link between Eastern and Western Canada Later it will be extended to include all major Canadian Knipski explained that cunently most data is carried over the voice telephone net work by converting a or signal to a an This is later reconverted to code at the receiving end of the The digital system will allow meagre to be sent across the system in code without he ft would be less expensive in the long run and would be more WOULD USE CABLE The existing microwave and coaxial cable facilities of the TransCanada Telephone Sys tem would be used for the digi tal But special terminals will have to be installed to allow customers to send their com puter messages in digital There will also bo special equip ment set up on Microwave tow Microwave facilities will be used but coaxial now being laid across the coun will also be used event American Telegraph and Tel ephone has recently announced that it plans to build a digital s stem in But the Cana dian system would be more so phisticated and would be intro duced Newfoundland teachers out CP Newfoundland teachers have voted 70 psr cent m favor of continuing strike action to back up demands for wage increases from the Newfoundland govern Strike which has been carried out on a selective has involved 425 of the New foundland Teachers A s s o c i a tions In some cases teachers have been work ing to rule in providing mini mum class instruction since The teachers seek an immedi ate acrosstheboard increase with an added six per cent TSxt When negotia tions broke down Feb 5 the gov ernment had offered an average of 14 per cent on a sliding srale that would give 1 o w e r p a i d teachers the biggest TAX ADVICE Free advice on income tax problems is as close as your phone Theres an income tax expert ready to talk to you at the end of this He will answer your ques tions in If youve consulted your income tax guide and you still have 3 phone 3273101 Tuesdoy March 9 00 lo 5 00 p n 6 nn p rp to 9 00 n r March 10 March II 1 00 o S 00 p in March 12 0 00 0 1 00 GUIDE TnX NATIONAL RLVEMir TAXATION REVENU NATIONA1 IMPOT Russia need pact on weapons WASHINGTON AP President Nixons rejection of a i in the process of deploying tor Henry Jrckscn proposal to reach a new an advanced says his disclosure that mcnt covering generation offensive Russia is systems separately from ie jpjve Of huge new mis range missiles point up the offensive 1 silcs suoerior to and as big or i need for an overJl xhis tinin kd to snrcnlation 1 than the giant I with ths Soviet o limit ths administration already considered a both cffensivt and jr j threat to the i CAT ON A COLD TIN ROOF If you look youll notice the car antenna sticking out of the Cars all over the greater Montreal weather area were buried by massive snowstorm and scenes like this one are Quebec provincial police have attributed 23 deaths to the It doesnt snow like this in Parliamentary interns named OTTAWA CP Appoint ment of 10 parliamentary in terns for a 10month period be ginning was an nounced today by the Canadian Political Science There were 187 Interns are recent university graduates assigned specific re sponsibilities with members of the Commons and its senior They are paid a nontax able The 10 appointed for 197172 are Gsrald To ronto Wendy Van couver Marie Quebec City Kenneth Mac Victoria Jim Mc Toronto Katliy Edmonton Paul Winnipeg Bruce Saskatoon Stanley Mont and Yvoa Val Teacher chosen PC candidate EDMONTON CP Andrew school WES chosen as Pro gressive Conservative candi date in Redwatcr in tile next provincial gensral There were four other nomi nees for the Present member for Red water is Michael So cial about the new Russian missile The senators ported by the decartJ Though a Jackon came a rgrccs with the administration wek before and Soviet ne en defence gotiators return to thi strategic Ths White Minutcman HANDLE MAJORITY Tr DD Eeers in London Central Selling Organi House declined znicn hnroe more than 80 per arms Lmitaticj taks in Vienna i comment after said on cent of the diamonds mined It also followed by three days I television The Russians are i Oh Shame the bridal gown became a going away A profes sional stitch in time would have made all the Moral of the story being Every woman should consult the Help Book lor a or she may find shes blown her Datsun 1600 Pickup its all the truck you need at half the price youve been paying For around halt the price of an ordinary you get a truck that will get up to thirty miles to the cruisa at and carry a ton of Even For around half thP nricp nf an ordinary yon npt a i I1 C I J rfj ti A ju i 1C v i ip A i i j i T Nrl n DArSUN 1600 PICKUP S2225 FOREIGN CAR LETHBRIDGE Corner 3rd llth Street Phone 3273933 OF NISSAN There more than 1000 Datsun deaters across Canada and the ;