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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Auguvi j, twrt inc icinDniuuc ncnAiu Language bill fulfills promise NOTICE TO NON-RATEPAYERS RESIDENT TAKE NOTICE THAT persons resident in the City of Lethbridge who are not registered property owners but who are Canadian Citizens or British subjects of the full age of eighteen years and who will have resided in the City of Lethbridge or any area an- nexed to the City for a period of the twelve months which immediately precede the 16th day of October, 1974, may make application at the Assessment De- partment in the City Hall, Lethbridge, to have their names placed on the List of Electors during the period from the 1st day of January to the 25th day of September, 1974, during normal working hours of each day except Saturday, Sunday and any Public Holiday ARTHUR L. LARSON, Registrar THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT (Part 3) (Section 90 NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance with the pro- visions of The Liquor Licensing Act 1 The area comprising THE HAMLET OF MANYBERRIES, bound- aries being all of thai area lying within Sections 10 to 15, 22 to 27 and 34 to 36 inclusive, Township 5. Range 6, also Sections 7 8 17 to 20 and 29 to 32 inclusive Township 5, Range 5 All West of the 4th Meridian has been designated as a local option area for the purposes of the above Act 2 The Fourth day of September 1974, has been set as the date upon which the Board will consider applications for licenses under the above Act unless prior to that date the Board has received a petition signed by 500 electors of the above described local option area or 10 per cent of the number of persons n0i__on the latest lists of for an election of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area comprising the local option area whichever is the lesser number requesting that the Lieutenant Governor in Council submit to a vote of the electors of the local option area a question in respect of the class of license applied for Dated at Edmonton this Seventeenth day of July 1974 A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman The Alberta Liquor Control Board NOTE Petitions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on the official petition forms which may be obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board 12360 142 Street. Edmonton. T5J 2R4 together with instructions for the submission of a petition Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 QUEBEC (CP) Through his government's official lan- guage bill, Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec has put into effect one of the themes of the cultural sovereignty platform he won re-election on less than a year ago. French now is Quebec's offi- cial language. The legislation is described by government supporters as a first step in answering demands for protection and promotion of French that have been growing steadily in Quebec The demands began picking up impetus in the 1960s when the province went through the so-called Quiet Revolution. The roots of the dispute can be traced to the mid-1700s when England won Canada trom France. Following the conquest, England recognized the language and religious rights ol the French colonists. With limited education, colonists turned to the Roman Catholic missionaries from France for guidance Offspr- ing of French settlers tended to become farmers or profes- doctors, priests etc. Business and in- dustry was left to the English The priests preached "re- venge through the en- couraging the French to have large families. In a province where there now are approximately five million French-speaking and one million non-French- speaking persons, the govern- ment decided to make French the official language It also repealed the 1969 law, and replaced it with language proficiency tests for those wishing to enter schools where the language of instruc- tion is not their mother tongue. It has also imposed what some school authorities regard as a quota on the English school system so that it will not grow to the detri- ment of the French one. CAREERS ASSISTANT TO THE MANAGER A W on Scenic Drive is looking for an assist- ant to the manager. We are looking for a mature person who is willing to work toward advancement in our company. Experience an asset but not essential as we have a complete training program. For a personal interview Phone KEN MARTIN at 328-6056 For Appointment YOUR FUTURE IS HERE xllbcna GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIST Department o( the Environment ot small and medium sized construction protects contractors adhere to plans and specifications, makes recommendations con- cerning the rejection or approval of construction phases, maintains liaison with contractors and prepares construction progress re- ports Require two years cons'ruction experience A diploma in a related field from an Institute of Technology would be considered desirable An equivalent combination of experience and training will be considered Salary range to S867 per month. Closes August 22 1974 Competition Number 13Q9-C-3 (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN APPLYING Information and application forms from GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P OY8 YOUR FUTURE IS HERE Liberia GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA INSURANCE INVESTIGATOR CALGARY Department of Consumer Affairs Investigates complaints and advises members of the public on the interpretation of insurance policies, trust accounts and claim settlements Qualifications in- clude Grade Twelve supplemented by considerable mvestigtional experience with particular reference to insurance claims investigations Graduation from a recognized police school is an asset Salary to S12 168 per annum Competition Number 6461-C-1 Closing Date August 15, 1974 (PLEASE QUOTE COMPETITION NUMBER WHEN APPLYING Information and application forms from GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ROOM 1101, JOHN J. BOWLEN BUILDING 620-7th AVENUE S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTAT2P OY8 Martin Bros. Funeral Chapels.Ltd. 2nd Generation Funeral Directors and Administrative Counsellors for Pre-Arrangements (Authorized by the Alberta Government Security Commission) THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th Street North THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-2361 Connecting Both Chapels NOW IN OUR 52nd YEAR Member of A F D S (Associated Funeral Directors Service) A World-Wide Connection The Hough little lady' Resigns I. H. (Izzy) Asper, de- claring the Manitoba Li- beral Party must change its direction to effective- ly communicate policies to the public, Friday an- nounced his resignation as parry leader in Win- nipeg. Mr. Asper, 41, a lawyer and nationally syndicated tax columnist said he has asked party executive to call a leader- ship convention at the earliest possible date, preferrably this fall. Dief urges Que. bill be killed OTTAWA (CP) The federal government should in- voke special disallowance powers to strike down Bill 22. the controversial Quebec language act. former prime minister John Diefenbaker said Ftiday The legislation, given final approval this week, "is the most divisive bill passed in my time. he told reporters. ''This legislation is dangerous to Canada. It's a denial ol minority rights "II ever there is a case where disallowance powers should be used, it is on this legislation OTTAWA (CP) Just about everyone says she's good at the job. and the opi- nion was confirmed this week with Inger Hansen's appoint- ment for a second year as om- budsman for the almost prisoners in federal peniten- tiaries The re-appointment was an- nounced Thursday by SolicitorGeneral Warren Allmand. and a spokesman in the minister's office said Fri- day that it indicates she has been a success Typically, the overworked Miss Hansen. formerly of Vancouver, was out of town when the announcement was made Since her appointment last June, the 45-year-old criminal lawyer has travelled miles by air. by road and dealt with approximately 400 complaints while visiting almost every federal penal in- stitution in the country. About half her time is spent on travel. Her work has been so ar- duous that she has advertised tor three persons to make up a team ot complaint investiga- tors." and has received a flood ol responses At present, she works from a small office with a small staff to help with paperwork CHARMING BUT TOUGH Paul Faguy, commissioner of penitentiaries, has nothing but praise for the woman with a ready smile reported to have a streak of stubborness when pressing a point with official- dom. He describes her as a "tough little lady" who has a good wav of making her presence acceptable to both stafi and prisoners "I tind Inger Hansen very lair and ven tough." he said They have disagreements on occasion, but she has per- sisted and brought some in directives Her ven, presence talking to individual prisoners during disturbances at Millhaven maximum security peniten- tiary in Ontario earlier this year had helped the situation Miss Hansen was appointed a year ago at a time when the penitentiary service was in controversy because of dis- turbances and because of es- capes and disappearances She was given free access to prisons and prisoners' files and was made responsible only to the solicitor-general Her major work is to con- sider grievances of in- dividuals that had not been satisfied through the regular procedures. She can. however, initiate investigations Grants Available For Environmental Research The Alberta Environmental Research Trust welcomes applications for research grants from individuals, in- dustry or educational institutions for research per- taining to environment improvement Your research may concern any of a number of directions Suggesteo practical projects may pertain to human behaviour in relation to environmental problems, social, cultural organizational problems, cost benefit analysis in terms of evaluation of environmental impacts, the en- vironmental aspect of energy resources problems of the natural environment, urban polution problems rural polution problems The deadline for submission of applications to the Trust is October 1st, 1974. but applicants should submit research proposals well before this date Applications are then reviewed by the Grants Advisory Committee Applicants will be notified of the Board of Trustees decision by February 1. 1975: research projects should not be expected to commence prior to this date Please address your inquiries and correspondence to: The Administrative Secretary, AERT Post Office Box 2830 Postal Station "A" EDMONTON, Alberta T5J 2G5 OLBerra environmenTCiL researcH TPUST Open Thurs. Until 9 p.m. 41 9-5th Street S. PHOTO Phone 328-6661 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL TUESDAY MORNING! ALL BUSHNELL BINOCULARS IN STOCK OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE Anglo Stereo Photo master charge 419-5th St. S. ;