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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Development Depends On Setting Up Network rhunHoy, Scplcmbsr 10, 1970 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID 19 North Communications Needs Stressed At Conference YELLOW KNIFE, N.W.T. (CP) Fast and logical deve- lopment of the Canadian north depends upon establishment of a reliable and efficient com- munications network, the prin- cipal of Queen's University said Wednesday. Dr. John J. Deutsch of Toron- to was addressing 200 delegates at the opening session of the ;iirfie-day northern communica- tions conference in the terri- torial capital. "Canada's Arctic is becoming a part of the modern industrial world after centuries of rel- ative inactivity." Ho said development of the Order New Security Clamps At Major European Airports jelroleurn industry is the main agent behind the north's inte- gration with the rest of Cana- da. "A new look at the matters of :ommunications is essential." Dr. Deutsch, chairman of the conference, compared the ef- ect the oil and gas industry vill have on the north with the effect of the wheat industry on vestern Canada. But people scattered hroughout the Northwest Terri- 1.3 million square mile LONDON (AP) New secu- rity clamps were ordered at major European airports Tues- day in an effort to block loop- holes that allowed Palestinian Arab guerrillas to initiate four plane hijacking plots Sunday. Immigration ami airline offi- cials are using more electronic detection aids and making snap checks on baggage and passen- gers to stop guns, knives and explosives from being smuggled aboard planes. At some airports, armed po- lice roamed airport aprons to screen grounded airliners, and plainclothes detectives mingled If Your Child Gets Diarrhea If s natural for a mother to worry when unexpected diarrhea strikes someone in the family. That's why so many mothers keep Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw- berry handy at all times. Fowler's is a time-proven remedy. For over 120 years Canadians have praised the gentle effectiveness and quick relief it brings to" bolh children and adults. Don't suffer needless embarrass- ment and discomfort-be prepared to supply the soothing, settling, non- constipating benelits of Dr. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY in thronged departure lounge trying to stop potential air pir- ates. Ba.ggage searches are causing delays of up to several hours at international airports handling thousands of passengers an hour. Measures taken at airports in- cluded: Sunday's hi- jacking plots British Overseas Airways Corp. is searching all passengers at London airport before allowing them to board overseas flights. Anything which might be used as a weapon, even toy pistols, is being confiscated. security for British planes in particular since Britain, holding a woman guerrilla in one of Sunday's hi- jack plots, now is regarded as a target for the Palestinians. De- spite more watchful measures, a security man in Stockholm ad- mitted: is no really effective way to stop hijack- ers." police have guarded the weekly El Al flight to Tel Aviv from Copenhagen since 1969 but airport officials said a check on all Israel-bound flights is impossible. Sunday, when EXPERIENCED CHORAL SINGERS are invited to ipply for membership In THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CHOIR (Conductor Lucien Needham) (Accompanist Louise Chapman) WEEKLY REHEARSALS: Assumption School Auditorium 14th Avenue and 24lh StrMt South Tuesdays, p.m. Commencing September 22, 1970 Application, with ef experience, to The SECRETARY, Deportment of Muiie Tha University of Lethfaridgo Lethbridge, Alberta (327-2171; extension 278) two hijack flights originated from Amsterdam, all overseas passengers and luggage have been searclred. Freemasons Elect New Officials TORONTO (CP) The Cana- dian Supreme council of the Scottish rite, 33rd degree free- masons elected Donald L. Wit- ter of Montreal as supreme commander at its annual meet- ing Wednesday. Harvey R. Doane of Halifax was elected lieutenant com- mander, Arthur L. Scace of To- ronto grand chancellor, W. G. Welby of Hamilton grand secre- tary-general, Howard B. Moore of Toronto grand treasurer-gen- eral, Archbishop W. L. Wrigh of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., grand prior. F. J. Veal of Hamilton was elected grand master of cere- monies, Walter S. Owen of Van- couver grand marshal, J. H Forbes of Ha milt on grant standard-bearer and George Barlow Ingram of Saint John N.B., grand captain of the guard. .Provincial deputies elected Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Gordon Bennett, Char- lottetown; New Brunswick, Ken- neth R. Wilson. Saint John; Quebec, Henry A. VaUieres Montreal; Ontario, George E Turner, Windsor, and Walter H Mortiock, Peterborough; Mani toba, Walter C. McDonald, Ro- land' Saskatchewan, Reginald C. Hodsman; Regina; Alberta Roy W. Austin, Calgary; and for British Columbia, D. M Taylor, Vancouver. PLENTY OF HAIR The longest recorded mous- tache grown by any human being is 102 inches in length. LADIES and GENTLEMEN Are you ready for The BOWLING SEASON? We have a good selection of BOWLING SHOES for Men and Womenl GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET combined with the various lan- guages and the physical han- dicaps of terrain and weather would present special chal- lenges. Dr. Deutsch said protection of Indian and Eskimo rights is of paramount importance and said developers' failure to do so would be disastrous. Proper development of the north depends on residents be- ing able to expound their ideas, he said. "They need to communicate among themselves no matter tow widely separated they may be." Territorial Commissioner Stu- art M. Hodgson also addressed the delegates, which include representatives from govern- ment, industry, and universities as well as northern residents. "It's impossible for us to make much progress if we can't said the com- missioner. He said development of a communications network is wasteful unless it Is efficient and reliable. He called on gov- ernment to provide Icadersliip and the land for industry to supply the necessary imagina- tion, technology and people. Dr. Deutsch told delegates it is their responsibility to study of communications in Canada's north and also to take a careful look at the ef- fects these would have on northern residents. "Development of the north is as challenging, and exciting as the exploration of space and we have to know what we're doing and we have to bo well-pre- pared." INVENTOR DIES NEWTON, Mass. (AP) Percy L. Spencer, 75, inventor whose discoveries helped put radar into mass production dur- ing the Second World War, died Sunday. Spencer held more than 120 patents and was one of the founders of Raytheon Co., in early 1920s. DUNLOP Save Up To 51200 Today! 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