1961 - Persistent Rumours
President Wally Youngs reported that ALS 001,
Mr. A.P.C. Belyea passed away
since the last Annual General Meeting.
Mr. Belyea was the Director of Surveys
from 1915 to
1922 and again
from 1937 until
1946 and was President of the Alberta Land Surveyors'
Association in 1922.
Mr. Youngs reported that the past
year had been a relatively quiet one insofar
as Council was concerned despite the keener competition that resulted from a
slackening of work in mid-year.
President Youngs also reported that Council had been hearing persistent rumors
regarding the violations of tariff and some members attempting to find loopholes
in the wording of the tariff or other parts of the Code of Ethics.
new business, the membership agreed to appoint a newsletter committee and
that this committee be requested to distribute a newsletter to the members on a
quarterly basis. While the Association first published a newsletter in
first issue of ALS News was published in March 1961.
also directed the Association to caution the various municipalities
engaged in backsloping operations of the seriousness of destroying survey
- Back - 1960 -
A Professional Outlook
- Forward - 1962 -
On Top of Scientific Developments