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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD July 1974 S1.49 DAYS Monday and July 15 and 16 Centre Village IGA 2nd Avenue Street North Martens' IGA Coaldale We reserve jfit to limit quantities Prices effective till closing July 1974. 49 BANANAS 101 Golden Ripe S CUCUMBERS fi I49 Alberta Hot House R LETTUCE Canada No. 1 Large Heads VEGETABLE OIL 3149 VL Cooking 32 oz. bottle R Kraft 7 oz. net wt. pkg. MR. CLEAN MACARONI CHEESE DINNERS FRUIT DRINKS 3 14y Hi-C Assorted 48 fl. oz. R POPPING CORN Bango 2 Ib. net wt. R 1 MARSHMALLOWS Kraft 10 oz. wi. R I 1 POTATO CHIPS 3149 Hostess All Varieties 8 oz. net wt. R 48 fl. oz. plastic PEANUT BUTTER 49 49 Kraft 48 fl. oz. tin LISTERINE 49 24 fl. oz. plastic APPLE JUICE 3149 York Reconstituted 46 fl. oz. tin R ORANGE JUICE 3149 Sunny Concentrate Frozen oz. tin R Fresh from our In-Store Bakery Centre Village IGA Phone 327-0353 HAMBURGER or HOT DOG BUNS HAMBURGER Fresh S BACON ENDS 1 49 Language bill faces battle Population figures higher OTTAWA The population total on April 1 was estimated at Statistics Canada reported Friday The total was higher than the estimate for April 1973 By the April 1 population estimates were Prince Edward 116 Nova 811000 New 6 Ontario Alberta 1 and British 2 Estimates for the territories were for the Yukon and for the Northwest Territories By the es- timated increases between Jan 1 and April 1 were Newfoundland Sask- atchewan and N v a Scotia each Quebec 12 000 Manitoba 3 7 000 and B C There was no change in P E I and the Northwest Territories and the Yukon estimate was down by 1000 QUEBEC Quebec's controversial language legislation was brought back to the house for second reading sprinkled with a few minor amendments but still faced with rising op- position Education Minister Fran- cois Cloutier told the national assembly that there was no question in the bill of doing away with defined minority rights The bill would be amended so that there would be about English- language but the amendment would also stipulate that English not develop to the detriment of French During 4V2 weeks of public English-speaking groups blasted the bill for not guaranteeing minority rights m education and making choice of the language of education conditional upon passing language tests Another amendment would provide that students in French-speaking schools be required to have an adequate knowledge of English by the 2nd of their studies just as English-speaking students be required to have an adequate of French Others would provide appeal procedures to decisions of the French Language Board which is to oversee application of the language with the Que- bec ombudsman taking responsibility for public protection in this area as well The government also plans to remove a section ot the bill giving subsidies to firms promoting the French language in their following protests from business groups over possible abuse and patronage But it will toughen another section to read that firms seeking government preference in the award of contracts and con- cessions must have a cer- tificate attesting to their promotion of the French language. Common sense people wear HARDLITE LENSES The Common Sense Lens In some localities hard resin protective lenses are Law1 Why9 They re shatterproof They re only half the of ordinary lenses They re backed by a 00 warranty against eye injury They're available in YOUR prescription So who needs a OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 3O8 7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 3609 Eaton's will be closed be- tween and p.m. July 15th to allow our employees to observe the Whoop-Up Days Parade. EATON'S GOING TO THE WORLD'S or JUST RENT A TRUCK CAMPER Reserve One Now Go for Comfort and Pleasure 4 Size and Price Ranges 2 With Air Conditioning RENTACAR 1510 Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 328-8661 419-5th Streets. PHOTO Phone 328-6661 STREAK into ANGLO STEREO PHOTO During FAIR WEEK FEAST YOUR EYES ON THESE STREAKIN' SPECIALS Everything you need to start shooting your own movies. Super 8 camera Projector to handle both Super Regular 8 Screen List Price STREAKER SPECIAL -OR- If you'd rather Shoot still pictures Konica C35 automatic with Flash Range finder focus Automatic daylight and flash exposures Case Film List Price Streaker Price...... 95 Don't forget to come end see us et No. 11 Young Street in the Youlharama Building during Whoop-Up Deys. ;