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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bilingualism jungle aid Novwntor Li TMMIDOI HMALD-J7 Public servants get language kit By ANDY ROY OTTAWA In an ef- fort to relieve and the of- ficial languages bureau will distribute copies of a Safari Kit to help public ser- vants make their way through the bilingualism jungle. The kit consists of Two book- lets. entitled Twenty Questions... And A Pew More on Canada's Official answers the ques- tions Keith the official language says he is most often asked. The other The Jungle Book on Official is illustrated with cartoons and defines the responsibilities of departments Involved in the bilingualism program. Mr. said in an inter- view Wednesday that one of his biggest responsibilities is to change the climate sur- rounding the Official Languages Act. And the best way to get a controversial message across is with humor. country that laughs to- lasts he said. like capital- communism and offers at least 57 Mr. Spicer says in a preface to The Jungle Book. SHOULDN'T BE ASHAMED interested the federal who wants to glimpse a little light through the thicket of and Acts of Parliament affecting official languages need not feel shame at bewilderment. fallibility my colleagues and I have long thought somebody ought to have a go at a kind Qf survival for the roughly federal employees to greatly varying are called on to make Parliament's wish for linguistic fair play a reality. tt The he out a brief but nuts- and-bolts do-it-yourself for those who want to do more than through with the fascinating of getting and keeping our two official languages on an equal For sheer nothing beats we wrote this guide least in its in the style oi a sex luck in the jungle. If you still get be sure to yell in the official language of your he concludes. INTEREST RATE DROPS NEW YORK Three Chicago banks have announc- ed a cut in their prime lending rate from 9.75 to 9.50 per following the lead of a few large New York banks. The reduction was announced by First National Bank of Harris and Northern Trust Co. Bogged down Bruce of leans on a shovel and wonders where to start digging out his swamped bulldozer. He was cleaning and sloping a ditch in north- west Edmonton to improve drainage when his machine plunged through a culvert. Besides the oovious problem for the the bulldozer is doing little to improve the drainage. Police probe vice rings By RAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY The In- dian police are investigating a complaint that girls are at the mercy of anti-social The complaint was made by some members of the Shiva Sena one of metropolitan Bombay's major political parties. A Shiva Sena member of the provincial legislature of Maharashtra said that as many as girls have been enticed away from their homes to join vice in many cases by force. The made on the floor of the has received wide notice. Women's associations have been discussing while the press has urged the police to smash the racket. The Bombay metropolitan police commissioner is believ- ed to have deployed several top detectives to probe the matter. Officials say the legislator's estimate of the number of girls enticed away by the vice rings seems to be exaggerated but admit that the figure must be vigorous police ef- forts have resulted in the rescue of more than 100 girls from brothel-keepers. In one 14 girls were rescued. Police said all of them had been forced into prostitution. Indian courts are also tak- ing an increasingly serious view of such handing down sentences up to five years. Many men and women en- gaged in the racket have also been expelled from the Bombay metropolitan area for five to 10 years. Bombay Evening News editorially is really disturbing is not the ex- istence of houses of ill-fame but the manner in which inno- cent girls are lured away from their villages and literally sold into the principal of a college offered to take care of a girl who had been rescued from a brothel. In another a government official offered to arrange for the education of two women who had been held by gangsters. The Maharashtra provincial government is considering plans to organize a network of where village girls saved from the vice gangs will be trained in various handicrafts. Start good Then Learn ACS courses are based on the Provincial curriculum designated as credit courses by the Alberta Department of Education. Do you wish you had finished Grade Or wish you could broaden your knowl- edge maybe learn a second You can back to any time you through the Alberta Corres- pondence School. What's you don't have to quit your job. You simply study at home at your own pace. What kind of career would you A Grade 12 diploma with the appropriate can open the door to a range of technical and may lead to Uni- versity entrance too. Alberta Correspondence School programs are specially geared to the needs of Alberta business and industry. But on you can start the action. So do it now. Clip this coupon and get the facts today on your future. Liberia EDUCATION I Ke NOW OPEN FOR Located 329 5th Street Phone 329-3434 Here's Our Famous Menu For Your Dining Enjoyment We Are Pizza and Take Out Available Save this menu for Future Phone PIZZA M L ________________________ 1.95 2.95 ..................._..............______ 1.95. 2.95 1.95 2.95 1.95 2.95 _. 1.95 2.95 ................................_________ 1.95 2.95 ______..................................... 1.95 2.95 1.95 2.95 Pepperoni.........................................____________ 1.95 2.95 Pineapple ________..............................____________ 1.95 2.95 Salami _____________............................................ 1-95 2.95 Sausage ...................___ ___________........... 1.95V 2.95 Shrimp........................................._______........ 1.95 2.95 Tomato 1.95 2.95 Special ........._______.............................................. 3.00 4.90 Half and Half .25 .35 Extra topping to make a combination pizza of your choice. An extra topping adds a new layer of any single flavor listed above ......._ .50 Cheese ........___ Anchovie .........._. Bacon ____........ Black Olivet ___ Beef................... Green Pepper Ham __________ Mushroom _____ Onion................ SPAGHETTI WITH Tasty Meat Sauce .................................._____......... Meat Sauce and Meat Balls................................ 1.80 2.35 Meat Sauce ond 2.35 French Bread and Butter of Plain or Gnrlic Extfa Balls................. ___ ____ _____ ......._... Extra Mushrooms..........................................._____ _____ -65 APPETIZERS DESSERTS BEVERAGES Chilled Tomato Juice Clam Chowder .80 Soup....................................................................... .40 So ____ .50 Vanilla lee Cream or Orange Sherbit......................................... .25 Dutch Apple Pie .......____............................................................50 Tea............................................................... .20 Soft ........................____ Mon.-Thurs. a.m. a.m. FROM THE BARBECUE CHILKOOT STEAK 6 oz. of Ground Prime Alberta charcoal broiled to your taste ond served on a slice of French bread Garlic baked potato or French fries ond a tossed green salad. Be sure to taste our exclusive steak sauce served on the side. STEAK SANDWICH Prime Alberta charcoal broiled to your served on French Bread Garlic baked French fries and a tossed green salad. HAMBURGER PLATTERS DELUXE PLATTER A combination of 2 patties of ground Alberta 2 slices sliced a sesame bun with fries and cole slaw. KIDDIES' PLATTER .79 A single platter of ground Alberta 1 slice cheese and a dressed bun with fries and slaw. DONT FORGET MONDAYS A FRIDAYS We Feature Thick and Creamy New England Style CLAM CHOWDER Bread Butter and a Tossed Green Salad For Only CRISP SALAD BOWL of Served with French Bread and Butter Fri. and Sat. a.m. a.m. Sun. and Holidays Noon Midnioht ;