CANADIAN EPICS IN RADIOCOMMUNICATION
ALUMNI WHO LIVED THE ADVENTURE OF RADIO
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHISTS - SPARKS - RADIO PIONEERS
RADIO OPERATORS - RADIO TECHNICIANS
RADIO TECHNOLOGISTS - RADIO ENGINEERS
RADIO INSPECTORS - SPECTRUM MANAGERS
ÉPOPÉES CANADIENNES EN RADIOCOMMUNICATION
LES ANCIENS QUI ONT VÉCU L'AVENTURE DE LA RADIO
TÉLÉGRAPHISTES SANS FIL - PIONNIERS DE LA RADIO
OPÉRATEURS RADIO - TECHNICIENS RADIO
TECHNOLOGUES RADIO - INGÉNIEURS RADIO
INSPECTEURS RADIO - GESTIONNAIRES DU SPECTRE
1968 - Henry Maurice Cox, a veteran of 44 years of government radio service, has retired from the Department of Transport.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox were honored May 1, 1968 at a small gathering held in the office of W. A. Caton, controller of radio regulations, who presented them with flowers and gifts on behalf of the staff.
Mr. Caton told the guests how he and Mr. Cox had started their careers as radio operators in 1924 and outlined some of the details of Mr. Cox's lengthy career.
During the course of his service, Mr. Cox served aboard the old Lurcher Lightship in Nova Scotia, at Camperdown and Chebucto Head, N.S., at Cape Race and Belle Isle in Newfoundland, and aboard the Canadian Government Ship Montcalm.
Later Mr. Cox was appointed as a radio inspector at headquarters and went on to become a technical officer in the radio regulations division, the position he held until his retirement.