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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THI LETHOR1DGE HERALD Salurdoy, April RCMP emphasizes bilingualism O'lTUYA (l-l'l-Thc UC.MIMaw and order to the "fandidiilM must aclne, plary c larocliT. ab e to rule Iris initiated a -pedal ranrsc in I where French was an important able-bodies men of thorouKbly well and lo read and wnlc I no r0r rm nits in an lanuuaco, Iheir early rccruitiiiR 1 sound nstilulion am! c.xem- osiers said: I sonnet constitution and exem- cffort to increase tbo perron- tajie of bilingual Mmmties. Currently about 10 per rent ot! the 10.1XXI uniforiiiod mrmrjirs of tlic BsJ-ycar-oliI force are In- I linfiiinl nlflioueli iiei-centacol Is higher amorii: officers. The force Quebec di- vision is almo.-l entirely bilin- gual, and lias liran for several years. DUmgUiilism is beinR mi- phasizcd in areas of oilier prov- inces whore there is a sizeable French-speaking population. The ralio or French In Eng- lish is pc-rliiips because the Mounlics arc nui.-L active in the. English-speaking western provinces and Ihe Atlantic prov- inces, where they act as provin- cial and often municipal police under contract. This isn't so in Quebec and Ontario, which have their provincial police forces. FOIlMF.n IN' 1S73 Like everyone else, the Mmm- ties have had to adjust over the years. Formed in 1S73 to bring post Lioness on rampage Ihe French lan- llhodesia (API A woman married 12 days lold today how her gamo ranger husband was mauled [o death trying to protect her from a lioness which leaped through the window of their hut in the vast national game reserve hero. Jean Harvey, 48, recovering from minor injuries nml shock in a hospilal, said she nncl her husband Leu, 58, were sleep- ing when the beast jumped through the window and sank its claws inlo her side. "I screamed and reached over and grabbed the lioness nml pulled il lowards him and away from Mrs. Harvey said. Southminster United Church Senior Choir PRESENTS THE EASTER PART OF HANDEL'S "MESSIAH" Sunday, April 9th at 2.30 p.m. Southminster United Church Sanctuary SOLOISTS COL1EEN KAUFMANN MARY THOMSON SOPRANO CONTRALTO WALTER GOERZEN ARTHUR HUNT TENOR DASS WILFRED WOOLHOUSE, ORGANIST ond CONDUCTOR As the lioress ripped her husband's throat, killing him, she ran to a neighboring but to arouse two oilier game rangers. The two men, armed with rifles, also were attacked by Ihe lioness. One was slashed across the face when he tried lo shoot through the window, and the other fought hand-to- hand witli the animal before it was shot lo dealh. CTV carries Nixon visit TORONTO (CP) The CTV network announced Friday it will present live television cov- eraqe ol President Nixon's ad- dress to Parliament next Fri- day. The CBC has been unable lo schedule any television or radio HIGHLIG HTS English guagc." This week in Rcpinn. Deputy Commissioner J. It. Carricre, No. 2 man on the force, said a j pilot bilingualisnl course for re- emits has hecn successful and will he continued, The force bad enlisted 32 men, half Eniilish-speakinri anil luilf French-speaking, and given Ihom a 2'.z-inonlh language course in Ottawa. The course had been contin- ued when the recruits were transferred to boot camp In Hc- glna, with the French studying English atid vice-versa. CHANGE PATCHES The force has been gradually aligning Us practices and sym- bols lo Ihe federal bilingualism policies ol the IDCOs, beginning with shoulder palches thai placed a GKC alongside the fa- miliar ftCMP. GRC stands for Gcndarmarle Koyale du Canada. To avoid having a big RCMP-CIIC on every detach- ment and cruiser, the force de- cided last year Lo emphasize- the bilingual work ing a storm early this year that has both flattered and startled the Mountics since the chango appeared on the Prairies. eoveragc of Ihe slate visit be-1 "ncifP Commissioner W. I. cause of a strike the Ka- niggitt personally has been nn tioiial Association of Broadcast SWcring mail on Hie snuject Employees and Technicians, whose members man TV cam- niaiuly from Ihe Prairies, thai was still arriving at the rato o 25 letters a day late in March. A union spokesman said that i Critics of the change lookci for CTV to provide its planned upon it as a political one forced coverage, its cameramen will j on RCMP by the govern have to cross the picket it wasn't, the Mountie. line outside parliament. A GROWTH OPPORTUNITY Growth in the understanding of God results In healing. On Wednesday evenings, Irt churches around lha world, Christian Scientists tell of what they've learned, and the healings they've had as a result. Christian Science is a spiritual disci- pline wilh Infinite rewards. It opens thought to new channels. Come next Wednesday. We'd love lo sharewithyou what we've been learning. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TESTIMONY MEETINGS p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL a.m. SUNDAY SERVICE a.m. 1203 4lh Avenus Soglh Mclntosh IS COMING! insist. They say the force itself mad the decision and that it had I be made to brinR the RCMP Into conformity with the Officia Languages Act, which demand bilingual identification of an federal agency dealing with th public. SATURDAY SPOUT: Stanley Cup riayolfs, C p.m., Cli. 13. Illird game In Iho besf-of-scvcn quarler-finals between Boston Bruins and the Maple l.cafs at Toronto. MOVJi: MUSICAL: "U llnppened One 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The tale of a family's visit lo (he Iowa Fair. MOVIE COMKDY: "The Parly." p.m., Cli. 7. Peler Sellers creates chaos in Ihis story nljonl an Indian iictor disrupling a Hollywood parly. MOV1K DIIA9IA: "Desire Under Hie 12 mid- night, Cli. 13. A lale of family passions and hatreds in 19lh century England, SUNDAY RELIGION: Mormon fonli-rcuce, 10 a.m., Cli. 7. The 142nd World Conference from Iho Tabernacle in Salt Lake City. SPOUT: Stanley Cup Playoffs, 12 noon, Cli. 0. A West Division game is scheduled. SPOflT: Pro Golf, 2 p.m., Cli. 7. Live, final action In the 36lh Masters tournament from Augusta, Ga. SPOUT: Horse Racing, p.m., Cli. 7. The 115th running of the Grand National Steeplechase at Ainfrec, Kng., taped on April I. WILDLIFE: Kingdom, p.m., I'll. 13. Cheetah cubs learn to hunt the Rhodcsion veldt. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Cli. 13. A study ol survival in the animal world. FAMILY: World o( Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. A tiglil- hearled detective yarn nbout Ihe meddling daughter of a small-town detective. SPOUT: Stanley Cup Playoffs, B p.m., Cli. 13. The New York Rangers tneet Ihe Canadiens in Montreal in a Stanley Cup quarter-final game. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Room 222, Jimmy Stewart Mod Squad. Flip Wilson, Manniv. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Whilcoalis ol Jidtia, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. More crises occur at Jalna as this family chronicle con- tinues. INTERVIEW: David Frosl. 12 midnlghl, Ch. 13. Every- thing you've always wanted to know about soap operas. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDYl "The Adventure of 1 p.m.. Cli. 7. A sexy girl, a journalisl, a professor nntl n. ship's stoker are stranded on a desert island. MOVIE COMEDY: "To Paris With 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A widowed British baronet lakes his son to Paris to learn about life. Slrom lias mixed feelings on justice plan report A Presentation "Stainer's Crucifixion'7 7.30 p.m., Sunday, April 9th Featured Soloisls GEORGE SK1PWORTH (Bass) LEN WRIGHT (Tenor) TOM LAYERS (Bais) McKILLOP UNITED CHURCH University of Lethbridge ART DEPARTMENT EAST CAMPUS 5th ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE and STUDENT ART SALE Sunday, April 9th to p.m. Exhibits of Photography and Prints. REFRESHMENTS EVERYONE WELCOME EDMONTON CCP) Opposi- lion Leader Harry Strom said here he has "mixed [eelings" on B report which said Alberta's justice system appears lo be one of the most punilive In North America. Mr. Slrom said the findings 'could show the system is wrong, "or could indicate it is Ihe best in Canada." Dr, Victor Matthews, a Uni- versity of Albert.! scientist, said in the study lhat persons charg- ed with an offence In Alberla are four times more likely to be convicted than elsewhere in Ihe country. Mr. Strom commented 11 could be assumed Uiat more at- tempt Is made to establish law and order in Alberta than In other jurisdictions. Attorney-General Merv Leitch said he will "assess" the re- port bcfove making any official reaction to the ISJ-page docu- ment, Al Edwards, chairman of Ihe Edmonton Police Commission, urged establishment of a com- mission lo study administration of justice in Alberta. IV: said the report o[ Matthews jus- lilies (he study. "Matthews is right off the beam in some areas." Mr. Ed- wards said. However, lie said, Dr. Matthews should be com- mended for the statistical part of the report. Nixon brings White House OTTAWA (CP) When Pres- ident Nixon comes here next week he'll bring the White House with him. "The president never leaves his a spokesman at the i United Slates embassy said Fri- day. "He can't be out of touch, ever." Thus he will be able to he In j almost constant communica- tions wilh 'Washington over de- velopments in the continuing Vietnam crisis. LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE and U. of L Presents "WORKSHOP IN FAMILY DYNAMICS" EMPHASIS ON THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA FAMILY April 21 and 22, Gymnasium, Gait School of Nursing FRIDAY 4 P.M. TO 9 P.M., SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON FAMILY DYNAMICS: AN OVERVIEW....................George Mann AN APPROACH TO INTERVIEWING.....................Hal Weaver CULTURAL ASSIMILATION AMONG CANADIAN ORIENTALS...........F. Quo THE JAPANESE ,......Refer Lomos THE "POST-PIONEER" Miller THE MORMON FAMILY PATTERN.......................Wes Bascom EUROPEAN IMMIGRANT GROUPS.......................Menno Boldt There will be a dinner break Friday evening from 6 to 7 p.m. Dinner rs available nt the workshop al a very minimal charge. If you wish to stay for dinner or need more information, please call: Mrs. J. PuckcU at 327-5724 The president, here from Thursday (o Saturday, will bring a large slaff from Iho White House and special direct telephone communications will be hooked up wilh Washington. And always near lum will be a man with a black box. This is the famous one with Ihe button that, it pressed, could start a nuclear war. The embassy spokesman wan responding to flueslions about Ihe possibility nt Nixon cancel- ling his visil tiere because of the Vietnam crisis. CBC TALENT FESTIVAL The national radio competition open to Canadian singers and instrumentalists between the ages of 15 and 30. Competition categories' Piano Voice String Instruments Woodwind and Brass Instruments GRAND TOTAL OF AWARDS AUDITIONS FOR THE 1972-73 COMPETITION WILL BE HELD INi EDMONTON-Fridoy, May 5 CAlGARY-Soturday, Mny 6 FOR INFORMATION AND ENTRY FORMS, PLEASE CONTACT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING, EDMONTON-CBC, 8861 75lh Street CALGARY-CBC, 1724 Westmounl Blvd. ANGLO'S Radio ft TV Listings Programi lined by I he radio and televlilon Italian. Any variation Cn program ichtdub to latl- rnlnutt changei by italfons anil It nor Slbllfty of 8 W.ovie: Raid On Rommel (c) MGAS 10 rjicfirjls Jiirmy Sltv.'flrl The and Ycu 7.00 Oonarya (c SUNDAY Tom r.r.d Jerry 11 :uO Larrdn (r) Croovlc Goalies MONDAY Ire and Ycy Our World me 9 3D Squarfs (el NHL-.Stanley Cup Jeopardy (c) Masters (c) Who. 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