Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LfTHBRICC-E HERALD Tuesday, May 30, 1572 in Confciln-iilioii harains ism Dy .HMIN' lircST OTTAWA (CP) "It now is generally r c- c o g n i z e d liiat French Cannikins have gotten the short end ol thu Great Bar- gain." Thus reads Ihe opening sen- tence in an article entitled liilin- gualism carried in a recent edi- oduMy argumentative, pro- Frei-ch lone in the piece. "This document is polemic at limes, sometimes a bit strident and says Heath Macquarrie, Conservative for- eign affairs critics in the Com- mons. "I doubl if it will accomplish any good. I hope it will not bring harm." The six-page essay in the bro- chure-size monthly magazine deals with attempts to bring about bilmgualisni in the fed- eral public service, and quotes extensively from reports of Ihe royal commission on bilingual- ism and biculluralism in devel- oping its a r g u m e n I that Flench Canadians have been short-changed in Hie Confedera- tion bargains. CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH Even in Quebec, virtually all federal government operations and private business have been conducted in English, it says. "The spirit in both busmebb and government has been lhat for an Anglophone lo team French is a show of good spirit (or dementia, depending on the part of Ihe The Fran- c o p h o n e, however, generally must speak English to successfully in his own federal government and until recently even lo denl with il To move ahead in his field, a CJueliccois "must become so as- similated with flic language and culture of success, she or he must perforce neglect his own.' French-Canadian children grow up learning that theirs is "a second language, a tolerated culture." Dealing with a royal commis- sion contention that the whole cultural "milieu'1 would have lo be changed if the public service Is to become a bilingual institu lion, the article notes (hat no Canadian government had ever tried to make itself bicullural. ONE LANGUAGE ENOUGH "Your traditional English-Scot Canadian, not known for social adventure, has always thought thai one language was guuii enough for any man or inslilu- lion." The article quotes Keith Spi- TOWN................................................... PROVINCE My I.D.A. Pharmacist ii: I hevi nad participation rvlei el thi I.D.A, Birthday Sell Centin and agrM la ablda by thim. JUST CUP AND COMPLETE ENTRT FORM AND DEPOSIT IT (OR A REASONABLE FACSIMILE) IN THE BALLOT BOX PROVIDED IN AN I.D.A. DRUG STORE ON OR BEFORE SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1972. R TIME LIMITED SKILL-TESTING QUESTION MUST BE ANSWERED CORRECTLY TO QUALIFY FOR THE PRIZE. PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE PARTICIPATION RULES IN THE STORE. SHARP SHOOTER COU.K1R.UANO CAWBJAS "PLMMATE" PEK50NAI TRANSISTOR RADIO _.. 'COMPLETE WITH CARRYING a QO STRAP, BATTERY E EAR PHONE EVEREADY TRANSISTOR BATTERIES No. 1035BPor No. 1050BP Sugg. Lisl 80c card of 2 VITALIS DRV TEXTURE J. J. DIAPER LINERS for men's hair IB SOS t SUGG. 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An arlicle such as nifiin Ihnisl of his and llm of work and general one on hilingiialism was not ernment's fi.lnre efforts the linguistic re.sponsibilily of any one in- ccnirc in Quebec is "The long-term future external affairs Today is mailed by Front in Norlli America wi official said Canada embassy lo Ameri- depend mainly on Quebec's a >i n collective effort of the each month. Tax review appeal ruling favors Mr. OTTAWA (CP) that the value of and the marriage does Ihouph the appeal was left lo the- spouse slop Ihe so'c heir from heart in camera, I am of dead person for his absolute owner of his opinion that [he names of absolutely is properly on her death. persons involved are the total taxable board said that as soon rial and this is the reason Ihe The cnlire v.'ill wns probated. .Air. calling the appellant went (o Mr. bad absolute title lo tho rr.vi.-w ho'.rd ruled So wrote Mfmrice fact that persons had the right to use it of Ihe tax review hoard in Ihe validity of his discretion." decision made puhlic today volving a SI million will, lopsic ed marriage and discontented relatives. The appes1 was her.rd in on seat ronto and the story this way: Feb. G, Mr. Lucky, 47, married a lady who was road Seven days later the rider ladv made a will giving she owned to her CCP) Canadian Safety Council Just more than a in the state of Victoria road deaths in Vic- later Mrs. Lucky all automobile winch includes Ihe city of 'Then bingo, Mr. Lucky passengers to wear foil lo 924 during heriterl a fortune cf almos with fines of up to from the lowest in reads Ihe disobedience, has cut In 1070, drivers board's by 15 per cent, front seat passengers were "He had not even time official said or injured in accidents read the famous novel King, trade wilh 3.0C4 in 1971. Thousand and One Nights here, said the panelist, H N D. fore becoming a in January, deputy provincial man nxluced total driver witli the New Bruns- cin.iECTS TO casualties by in dppni-lnif.nl "f the provin- Then i.hp. fir.1! bilrh I fd-plnrv Ilia opcd. He was presealed t'jld Ihe panel at the rciiilt "CuUi.cs me to think a tax bill for more seriously about this June, 1970. Mr. Lucky of legislation." jected, claiming the estate was exempt from said publicity campaigns in New Brunswick, urging mo- under (he Estate Tax to use safety bells, do Twn of .npp.-.Rr in Ix; working. '3d by Ihrn ciii-Tnl Ihe. pic-lure and were c'yhmnc. I.I'.'- o! usage in the Australian ft'ilo increased to deceased wcs senile at 73 per ccnl from 25 per Lime of her death, the validity of the will was in question and that Mr. Lucky had the scat belt usage rate in New Brunswick declined during a three-month period last year undue influence vrilh 11.5 per cent from 16 per to the (CP) A despite a concentrated tel- Mr. Lucky decided lo lifeguard, who radio and billboard one's satisfaction to pay with David Todd last July Mr Cochrane said. cousins to buy Todd's wife B. G. Reynolds, direc- security ajid Monday Todd said of safety with the Ontario rather than go before was taking a r.nd communica- in the United department, said the rate On the dispute with the Hough was one of usage in Onlario is between ister of national revenue, witnesses in the and 20 per cent. review board found Mr of Todd's trial on was indeed exempt from murder. The body of Lucky's entire estate had been left to him for his Grace, was found in a home food freezer last Jan. chess use absolutely and was a ballet wound in the fore exempt from Hough said he was Tile Estate Tax Act to move hi with Todd about mid-Julv and he ynd given lifeguard, Brian Your did so about two Testimony last week was Nixons Todd last was seen H office acquaintances (AP) President H 13 when she left for Mrs gave the Soviet ILjl N a fancy chess set, their said he and top leaders clocks and the in the bedroom of ladies porcelain groups while Todd slept on a living-room couch a few birds and flowers to thank them for their hospitality. a locked and aides refused to say which was kept in the Russians gave tha Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern room. Mr. Hough said Todd told ho and Ekivinglon not lo open the freezer. Last week several and Mrs. Nixon in return. The chess set, which presumably will end up in a museum, has figures up to seven inches that Todd took of porcelain decorated in with liim when karat gold. The board is ol Thrif'way Drugs 702 13lh Street out of the apartment. The body was found and American walnut with the Presidential seal and Phono teen-agers pried its plaques. al a townhouse where parly chief McCaffrey's Drug living in January. The trial clock- is cased in petrified redwood from California. President Nikolai Podgor- 418 13th Street is in volcanite from Utah Phone Premier Alcxei Kosygin s is green and salmon granite Michael Tennessee. The Nixois gave Kdward Mar- Bedim birds to Mrs. Phone Mrs. Podgorny and daughter, Ludmila (CP) Temple Cifv B.C.. Ni.vons also liafl pifls for 271 Main lo Vancouver Minister Andrei Gro- Phono following a and his wife. He got a near Pcnticlon, by California.-! Greg- been taken off the critical Ilipgins of silver floral display in a nr.d while oval Pharmacy 4921 1st fx'slic Bakoss. who suffered a fractured skull, compolo. Phone in fair condition. Slelmanrillik. pilot ol Ihe plane which crashed dies Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20lh mountains 15 miles west of Pcnlidon, was dcscribcil VOUK (A.P) Rea Phono condition 00. the cartoonist who Iho first cmvr for New FORT other doclors, also died Sunday Price's Rexcill wcro injured in Ihe Virgin Inlands, the New 206 24th Dr. Mil-had' llroar Times courts. Phono in Penticton Ilospilnl was Iho lirst employee condition hy llamld lioss when ho Iho New Yorker in 1025. liichard Sweoling, hcM-kmm 'ii crealion was Taber Drug from the crash to Tilley, a dandy in a mntnrisl. was released collar and Inp hat peering 5314 48lh Avpnim Phono llnspilal. Ministry a monaclc. The first cover, in which Musi ace was ex- visilod the crash site a bullorfly, has ap- Mitchell's Pharmacy Phono wnuld not have a report fur three on tin- Now Yorker each year tn mark its anniversary. physicians had been lioss's dcnlh in 1031. Vulcan Pharmacy Phono ti Ihrce dny of Ihe British Columbia foiulod with Ihe magazine, siihmilling occasional drawings Association in were not accepted.