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Dr. John Hodgson Never Had Doubts - .' i About Career By RICHARD CARVtR of Th Journal Somr people air hum vulh silver spuuns in then moulhx DM John HodjjMin vays he N bant a Mivei seiMn" graph in hi mouth For hi (athei a ihe Hum inion seismologist and"' T V o m student days Dr. Hudson hi been mixed up in ihe science.: During vacation- he was drafted by his lather into seistiui-graph watihinp duty ' I worked around the Ohsera:ory a 'ot . . . without pav." he says. LIFE-LONG INTEREST Form these early and humble divide his time in half between administration and science WORKS WITH COMPUTER He is determined to complete project he started 12 years ago with colleague A. J. Wick-eens: working with a computer they are evaluating all the data assembled by various researchers on earthquake mechanism. Dr. Hodgson's reputation as an earthquake expert is global. Last year he was elected to a three-year term as president of the International' Association of Seismology He has also been much in volved with work for I'NESCO j Dr. Hodgson was born in To- ronto and went to the univer sity there. After working for ml companies for a number of years he went back to the Toronto cam pus as assistant proles sor of geophysics. "I Jumped at the chance." he said. j After four years there he came to Ottawa in IMS because frsasas-aTk aW AaaM fPkat-alla) tuMaai Gives a hot dog status Create Itoijj li Moworr ' dry ted table was stsds freai Fraaoa bybne grapes grew ia Nugara, - - . I 1 moan. ILtM TABLE WTJIaS -VttpiuM omr Phone Brights for fret home Mrvery I A l i A. f 5H DR. JOHN.- HODGSON urfjllljuiit;) mine interest which culminated le- he thought -research opportune cently in Dr. Hodgson's appcini- lies at the Observaiory would mem as director ol the Ob.er- be better. vatortes Branch of the Mines) "I also came hecause Dad and Technical Surveys Depan- .wai still there." he said. mem. Alter three years he was At least hall of the branch's made chief of the seismology work is geophysical which division a post he held until covers Dr. Hodgson s particular his recent appointment. interest. His new job. he says, means "1 never had any doubts he will have to think in broader about being a seismologist.'' he terms and hae a general says. Understanding of all that is But he may have doubisi going on in the branch, about how much time he will He speaks to every scientist be able to devote to i; now that he cn find and when they he has assumed new responsi- come to his office they find bilities. themselves spending longer than He hopes, with much opunv they intended, answering t h e Ism, that he will be able to new boss' questions. BRIEFLY NOTED: Have you HOWARD BATTEN, president of Rapid Grip and Batten Limited, who has been appointed chairman of the information section of the Public Relations Committee of Ottawa United Appeal. . Ik . c ANTHONY C TAYLOR of 400 Wood Avenue, who has been awarded a Spruce Falls Power and Paper Company scholarship for obtaining distinguished standing in his third year of engineering physics at Queen's University Mr. Taylor achieved a 91.7 per cent average. MAKE SURE YOUR EYES ARE "ON THE JOB!" It's bad business practice to neglect your eyes, when good vision is so vital for efficient work. The one sure way of making sure your eves are doing their work is to have them examined at regular intervals. Consult your Ophthalmologist (eye doctor) for a complete eye examinalioa. For correct dispensing of your prescription set . . . 0. L DEROUIN Council Tour -Eye Doctor and SONS LIMITED Prescription Opticians "QUALITY, ACCURACY, SUITABILITY" i Convenient Locations 132 SLATiR STREET - 232-4976 440 HINT0N AVENUE, Strt.-ftl 725-2727 179 MONTREAL ID. 7464988 ever heard pipes from the sound of the MAC SAUNDEKS. president of Rehabilitation Institute of Ottawa, who has been appointed chairman of the Education Section of Ottawa United Appeal Public Relations Committee. SEES CHANGE the other side of I stretch of water' Even those civil servanjs with no Scottish ancestry or knowledge would still playing when the sun lowered and reddened the lake's surface . . . three loons decided to join in for a while but gave up when they realized the competition was too great . . . and talking of the Skye Boat Song do you know these lines of the Canadian Boat Song: From the long sheiling of the misty island -Mountains provide us, in the waste of seas Yet still the blood is strong. the heart is Highland, And we in dreams behold the Hebrides." ijtNtVA (AP) - A leading nuclear scientist said Thursday that an ever - more - alarming scarcity 01 water will force the world to turn to atomic power or its lulure water supplies Dr. Sigvard Eklund. director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, told press conference the sea is likely to become the main source of water for domestic and industrial purposes. FREE BOOKS . PHILADELPHIA - Free school text books were provided by Philadelphia In Kit. ssssy friends DRUG STORES OPEN SUNDAY THE OTTAWA JOURNAL By W. Q. KETCHUM Friendliness, tact and a strong vein of down-to-earh commonl tense are characteristic! which j have distinguished Malcolm I I McLean, a partner in uie leclural firm of Burgess, McLean and MacPhadyen. Mr. Mc Lean was president of Ottawa have to he hard-hearted not 1 Kjwams when Murdoch McPhad feel some emotion ... line eve ; yen n,,ded Central Ottawa nmg last week, this columnist Lloni Their firm for a time ; was in a canoe, paddling slow- WM , service club head-ly across the glass-smooth sur-i quarters. I face of a lake in the Galmeauj jonathan Malcolm McLean 1 . . the sun was just starting! wa, born m Aylmer. Ihe son to set behind a wonderful , o( j a,, and Ruby (Flatters) 1 cloud formation . . . and ihen, McLean. He is of Scottish-Irish I from the other side of the lake. descent. came the sound of pipes . . j EARLY STUDENT the notes drifted across thej Malcolm received his junior water as pure 'and as clear as matriculation at Aylmer High any Scot could wish ... . one of! School and attended courses the tunes was the Skye Boat each Friday at Carleton Unlver-Soni! which must be one of the! sitv when it was" first estab- loveliest of melodies on anvllished in Ottawa. His teachers instrument ... the piper plav- were Earl Hendry and Leo Me ed for Quite a tune and was Carthv who and later became associates in M warns. Mr. McLean obtained the de gree of Bachelor of Architecture from McGill in 198. He recalls that his father was a draftsman who gave him the instruments that got him start ed From his grandfather, a cabinet maker, he obtained tools, and an aunt. Minnie Mc Lean of Eardley who taught in Avlmer Hieh. aroused his in terest in music and painting. Mr. McLean and his wife, the I Fu. Rarnhill of Bel mont. Nova Scotia, a reg-1" nurse, live on D Amour ynve my ANSWER CROWE'S Southwell's DRUG STORE DRUG STORE W RICHMOND ROAD Mtotorlxe. Delivery 1121 BANK STREET Ope. II noon.t pan. Opem m . 9 722-2468 234-6832 PARIS , MUSGROVE'S PHARMACY ' . DRUG STORE OT MONTREAL ROAD " 241 BANK STREET Open 12 noon.t p.s. betweei Usfar-Cooper 746-8164 232-3771 FREE DELIVERY WE DELIVER 1 RETAIL DRUG STORE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY , CPEN THIS SO AY, 12 uoca to 9 p.m. t- Rklem Street ; ' V''' ' 235-3455 ' J QUESTION Will you please explain the various translations of the Bible? . -I.A. ANSWER: There are many translations of the Bible, both the Old and New Testaments. The Old, Testament was ori-linally written in Hebrew, and f-the New Testament in Greek. All of our translations are derived from these. Each translation has Its merit and each one has been criticised in its time. Each national language Aas the Bibla in its own tongue, except some of the tribal groups of retarded nations. The King James Version is most widely accepted by English speaking people and possesses a beauty of expression seldom rivalled. Read Psalm 23 and John 14. Your heart will be warmed and comforted when you do. Then read Romans chapter five In a modern translation such as Phillips or Williams and you will feel the Bible is a contemporary book. Get a copy of the Amplified New Testament and read John, chapter three and Romans chapter eight. You will find it slow reading but the meaning of the text becomes very clear. But whatever verion you read, read prayerfully asking God to enlighten your mind and heart to receive the truth. Malcolm McLean f ' r"f" V'if. Acs MALCOLM McLEAN The property hole of the Club. HOLE-IN-ONE adjoins the fifth Rivermead Golf Mr. McLean, who belongs to this club, obtained a hole-ip-one on the 13th playing with Russell Brabuonr It would have been castas- trophjc as that day the Province of Quebec Open was .be ing held at Rivermead and the ace meant drinks for the whole assemblage of golfers. Canny Scot that he is, Mr. McLeaji had taken out insur ance against a hole-in-one two days before The tumult' and Ihe shouting thus didn't come out of his purse. Mr. McLean's father was an Aylmer alderman and a mem. ber of the Aylmer School Com mission. His great-grandfather, one-time mayor of Aylmer, read the address to King Ed ward VII who as Prince of Wales visited the town in 1860. He received a letter from the future King, signed Arthur, which is now in the family archives. Following in a family tradi lion of service. Malcolm is now a member of South Hull Council. He believes the relatively untapped area has fine residential potentialities. OBC DIRECTOR Mr. McLean was a director of the Ottawa Boys' Club for three years and is director of the YM-YWCA. He ia a past member of King Solomon Lodge AF and AM and an elder of SL Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Aylmer. He belongs to the Aberrord Fish and Game Club, the Laur- entian Club and the Rldeau Curling Club. Mr. and Mrs. McLean have three children. Jennifer. Wil liam and Diane The family have cottage at Norway Bay where Mrs. Mc Lean nas oeen given carte blanche by her husband to carry out renovations. He designed his own home and found it one of the moat difficult undertakings of his career. MAJOR PROJECT His Arm was responsible for 7 the Eastern Ontario Institute of Technology complex on Leea Avenue which opens in the; Fall and involved an expendi ture of $3,750,000. Burgess, McLean and MacPhadyen was also associated with John Le-( Fort and Sam Gitlerman In the Porter's Island Home for the Aged, which was recently cotji-i pleted. j The Burgess firm has handled some SO school projects from Deep River to . Cornwall and designed in contemporary style SL Timothy's Presbyterian Church. Alta Vista Drive. The indefatigable Mr. Mc Lean is now the proud owner of a sailboat which he built himself and which, now is at Norway Bay. The motto of n i warns tf -we ouuo. lampi. colm McLean's life fat an exem plification of this constructive dealism. NAMED CHANCELLOR . EDMONT6N3(CPj Newspaper publisher Francis Philip Galbraith of Red Deer Alia., has been elected by acclamation as chancellor of the University of Alberta for a six-year term, it was announced Thursday. ' p.' SATURDAY. JULY 25. 1964' JOBLESS TOTAL DOWN . 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