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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 10, 1973 Mobile daita centres to visit towns OTTAWA (CP) - The people won't come to Information Canada, so Information Canada is going to the people. The controversial government Information-distributing agency, which in the view of some of its own officials needs a role to justify its $10.3-million annual budget, is preparing to decentralize its activities. Mobile information centres will bring information to rural and small-tow Canada, beginning with pilot projects in the Prairies and the Atlantic Provinces. Jean-Jacques Le Francois, senior regional officer for the Prairies, said Thursday he expects to have six mobile information officers in the field by the end of March. Their training is to begin next week in Winnipeg, the base for Prairie operations. Halifax would be the Atlantic base. Mr. Le Francois said the !ta centres to visit towns Controversial government information agency going to the people � The neot)le Iaeencv collected data on the in- |"it is urgent to consider some (well informed on government i--- ----- agency collected data on the information needs of every Manitoba community with 300 or more inhabitants as part of preparatory surveys for the project. EMPHASIZES STUDY He emphasized that careful preparations have been made for the project:" I don't want to just throw a whole bunch of people in the field and say 'have a good time'." The results of the Manitoba and Nova Scotia activities would be carefully monitored and the program would be expanded to other provinces if successful. The hew project comes after three developments that severely damaged Information Canada's prestige: -Last March, an internal memo by deputy director Robert Phillips, who has since left the agency, was leaked to the press. The memo declared that S.D. MOORMAN FURNITURE AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, FEB. 17th - 1.30 p.m. Sale to be held at 134 North and 200 West (Across from the Elementary School) RAYMOND, ALBERTA TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Chrome table and A chairs; good Zenith 23 cu. ft, deepfreeze; Coldspot fridge; 2 chests of drawers; wardrobe; hldeabed; Bendix gas dryer; Viking washer-spin dryer; complete bed; coffee table; step table; vanity dresser; Simplicity garden tractor (5 h.p. engine); 50,000 BTU gas heater; 6x9 pc. lino; camp stove; utility trailer; el. heater; B and D sander; V*" drill, %" drill; doors, windows, lumber. SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 TED NEWBY Lie 41 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge Auctioneers KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 458 "it is urgent to consider some projects to justify our existence." -An ambitious agency proposal for an electronic news-monitoring service ran into heavy criticism and was in effect rejected by the government. -Conservative Leader Robert Stanfield mounted an attack on the agency, saying that he would abolish it if he becomes prime minister. But Mr. Le Francois said he hopes the new project's expected success will improve Information Canada's image. If successful, it also will fill a major need. D i r e c t o r-general Guy D'Avignon has said that agency studies show 43 per cent of Canadians "are not even moderately well informed about federal government programs." "Important segments of the Canadian population fail to get government information they could use to their advantage. "Even civil servants are not well informed on government programs otlier than those in which they are directly involved." The decentralization program, however, could improve the situation. The mobile officers would hold question-and-answer sessions in town halls and community centres, while distribution of printed material would be expanded by putting pamphlets in some 250 supermarkets across the country. It will be some months before the agency can estimate the impact of the program, but officials said a trial run in Manitoba and Nova Scotia last year seemed to work well. That involved sending officers into the field, but did not include the enquiry centres planned for this year's operations. Such centres exist in major metropolitan areas, but similar ones would be set up this year in communities like the Manitoba mining town of Thompson. No tax return extension OTTAWA (CP) - Revenue Minister Robert Stanbury said Friday it is "quite unlikely there will be an extension" of the April 30 deadline for som-pletimg income-tax forms. He told the Commons Thursday "there has been some suggestion that there might be an extension of the date for filing income tax returns, tmt I do not think there is any precedent for tliis and no decision has been taken on the matter." Mr. Stanbury said in an inter view Friday that newspaper stories on his statement, suggesting there might be an extension, were misleading. He said an extension had been suggested by legal and accounting associations when it appeared the tax forms might be late being sent out. But this had not happened. There had never been an extension, apart from a holiday weekend, and it would create many difficulties, including a disruption of the governments cash flow. "The difficulties would be very substanial." In the Commons Friday Mr. Stanbury said he would welcome opposition suggestions that would make the income-tax forms simpler. Conservative spokesmen have insisted recently that the new forms are incomprehensible, while Mr. Stantury has maintained they are clear. Former prime minister John Diefenbaker asked if the government would maXe amendments if changes were suggested by the opposition to make the forms "understandable." Mr. Diefenbaker said D. S. Thorson, deputy minister of justice, had told a Canadian Tax Foundation meeting only six people in Canada understand the forms, and "the other five were his empoyees." THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE Life Style 73' RECREATION VEHICLE SHOW LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION TONIGHT - SAT. - UNTIL 9 P.M. SUNDAY- 12 TO 5 P.M. (SHOW ONLY) FREE COFFEE, PEPSI, 7-UP AND D0NUTS WILL BE SERVED See On Display The New 1973 ? ? AND INTRUDER TRAVEL TRAILERS * VANGUARD CAMPERS FIFTH WHEELS ON DISPLAY LATER THIS MONTH ON OUR LOT ? WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOMES Brought To You By i / J LEN ULLY MIRK KLOVANSKY BUD PETERSON JOHN GLUSZKOWSKI SERVICE MANAGER EL DORADO SALES 2910 1st AVE. S. PHONE 327-1233 BUILD A BETTER TOMORROW! ENROL NOW FOR FALL '73 All your tomorrows can be brighter, if you're willing to work for them today. These SAIT career programs begin in Fall, 1973. Now is the time to enrol - and get ready to step into a better future. (Note: pre registration no longer applies. Students who registered last year must re-register.) ALBERTA COLLEGE OF ART 01 ADVERTISING ART..................(4 Yrs.) 02 FABRICS & METALS.................(4 Yrs.) 03 PAINTING ...........................(4 Yrs.) 04 SCULPTURE.........................(4 Yrs.) 05 POTTERY & CERAMICS.............(4 Yrs.) Minimum Prerequisites: Sixty-seven Alberta High School Credits. Successful completion of an admission test is also required. BUSINESS EDUCATION DIVISION 06 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (2 yrs.) Instruction in basic business procedures, accounting, business management, marketing. Includes the optional routes of. marketing, accounting, merchandising. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Mathematics 20, 22 or 23, and "C" standing in Grade XII English or equivalent. 07 SECRETARIAL ARTS (2 yrs.) Instruction in secretarial skills and knowledge, accounting, typing, shorthand, office practice, law, machines, office management. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Grade XII English or equivalent. ADVANCED STANDING: Graduates from Alberta, High Schools in which recognized Business Education programs are offered may be admitted to an enriched second year program, provided they possess: an Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Grade XII English, Grade XI Math, Typing 20, Shorthand 30, Accounting 20,, and Office Practice 30 or Business Machines 30. OS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ADMINISTRATION (1 yr. Certificate program and 2 yr. Diploma program) Instruction in operation of hotels, motels, restaurants, catering businesses, with a tourism option. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent. Mathematics 20, 22 or 23 is recommended. COMMUNICATION ARTS DIVISION 09 JOURNALISM ADMINISTRATION (2 yrs.) Instruction in writing, sales, promotion, management of newspapers, magazines, radio & T.V. work. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with "C" standing in Grade XII English or equivalent. 10 TELEVISION, STAGE & RADIO ARTS (2 yrs.) Instruction in writing, sales, advertising, public relations, speech design, stage crafts, production techniques for radio and television work. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Grade XII English or equivalent. Preference will be given to applicants who obtain a high standing on an admission assignment given after initial application. 11 LIBRARY ARTS (2 yrs.) Instruction In business, clerical, technical skills, as a- library assistant. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Grade XII English, Grade XII Social Studies or a "C" standing in a second High School language other than English and a "C" standing in Grade XI Mathematics or equivalent. 12 GRAPHIC ARTS (2 yrs.) Instruction In production, sales, purchasing, finance and control in the printing industries. Minimum Prerequisites: Alberta Grade XI (67 credits) or equivalent and be at least 18 years of age. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DIVISION Group 1 13 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Preparation of technologists to work with chemical engineers in pilot plant studies, chemical and petro-qhemical plant operation, design studies and process control Instrumentation. 14 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in programming, progressing to become system analysts with business companies and automated industrial operations, There are two streams in the 2nd year: Technical and Commercial. 15 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) 'High level Instruction In the design, research, production, maintenance and installation phases of electronic equipment. Must understand and follow engineers' specifications. 16 ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Architectural Stream provides preparation for work with an architect in design, drafting detailing. The Building Development Stream concentrates on the Implementing phases of contracting, construction and erection. 17 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) The program provides intensive instruction in the fundamentals of physics, applied mechanics, metallurgy, strength of materials, mathematics and machine design. (Mechanical or Aeronautical option in second year.) 18 AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY- A third year program following graduation from Mechanical Engineering Technology with the Aeronautical option. 19 PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in geology, oil field operations, basic academic skills to become assistants to Petroleum Engineers and to Geologists (geology, production and reservoir options in second year). 20 POWER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs). Instruction in the design, operation, maintenance and research of power and process plants with successful graduates qualifying as Power Engineers (3rd Class). Jfaifc SMI & his c?M]Dl(ga An exciting two-day exhibition of how man masters technology to better his future. VISIT US MARCH 1-2 21 SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in instruments and land surveying, directed toward qualification as an Alberta Land Surveyor. Minimum Prerequisites for numbers 13 - 21: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "D" standing in Physics 30, 32 or 36 and a "C" standing in Mathematics 30 or 36, or equivalent. Applicants who have successfully completed Mathematics 32 or 33 will be required to upgrade in Mathematics by attending a pre-quarter Mathematics upgrading session. Preference will be given to applicants who have a "C" or better standing in Physics 30, 32 or 36. 22 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in chemical theory and in the handling of chemical laboratory equipment; 2nd options: analysis, research, biochemical, operations. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Chemistry 30 or 36 and a "C" standing in Mathematics 30 or 36 and a "C" standing in Physics 20 or equivalent. Applicants who have successfully completed Mathematics 32 or 33 will be required to upgrade in Mathematics by attending a pre-quarter session. 23 AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in the design, installation, maintenance, operation, repair of air conditioning and refrigeration systems including automatic controls. 24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Preparation for work in an engineering team on design, installation and repair, sales, industrial production control with a utility company as a control centre or technical operator, electrical mechanic or in a district office. Technical sales. 25 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (2 yrs.) Designed to produce engineering assistants with instruction in mechanical, structural and topographical drawing and design. 26 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Preparation for work as an engineering assistant in planning, design, estimating, construction supervision, sales of construction material. Minimum Prerequisites for number 23 - 26: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Mathematics 30,32,33 or 36 and "C" standing in Grade XI Science/Physics or equivalent. 27 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Preparation for production, planning, plant design, production analysis, quality control, work standards, tool design in manufacturing industries. 'Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in Mathematics 30 or 36, or equivalent. Applicants who have successfully completed Mathematics 32 or 33 will be required to upgrade in Mathematics by attending a pre-quarter session. 28 ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (2 yrs.) Instruction in the field ol broadcast and industrial communications electronics. Minirrium Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with a "C" standing in an Alberta Grade XII Mathematics subject or equivalent. Group 2 29 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction In the rebuilding, repair, overhaul of commercial aircraft and engines. Training for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License (Category A &. P.). Minimum Prerequisites: Sixty-seven Alberta High School credits with a "C" standing in Mathematics 20, 22 or 23 and "C" standing Grade XI Science/Physics or equivalent. 30 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Mechanical instruction for automotive technicians for sales, service specialities, supervisory positions. Minimum Prerequisites: Sixty-seven Alberta High School credits with "D" standing in Mathematics 20, 22 or 23 and '-D" standing in Grade XI Science/Physics, and "D" standing in Grade XI English, or equivalent. MEDICAL SERVICES DIVISION 31 MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in the skills and equipment used in hospitals, medical laboratories, government laboratories, and clinics, etc. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma including Mathematics 30, Chemistry 30, English 30, and another Grade XII Science subject plus another Grade XII matriculation option. An average rating of 60% is required with no mark below 50%. Applications are to be made to one ot the affiliated hospitals. 32 RESPIRATORY TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in the use of equipment for the diagnosis and treatment ol heart-lung diseases to assist doctors. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma with preference given to applicants having Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Physics 30 and Mathematics 30. Application must be made to one of the affiliated hospitals. 33 DIETARY SERVICE TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) Instruction in the planning and preparation of diets to assist dietitians in hospitals or working In small hospitals, hotels, restaurants, commercial food companies. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta Grade XI Including "C" standing in Mathematics 20 or 22 or equivalent. Preference will be given to applicants-who have Chemistry 20 and Biology 30, and who achieve high standing In an admission assignment given alter initial application. 34 DENTAL ASSISTANT (1 yr.) Preparation to assist a dentist with his practice and his office records. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta High School Diploma or equivalent. Preference will be given to applicants who have high standing In Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and who achieve high standing in an admission assignment given after initial . application. Typing 20 is recommended. 35 MEDICAL RECORDS (1 yr.) Instruction In the compilation and utilization of information from health records for the betterment ol patient care and health services. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta Grade XI or equivalent. Biology, Chemistry and Typing are assets. Preference will be given to applicants who achieve high standing in an admission assignment given after initial application. 36 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (9 mos.) Preparation in the delivery of effective emergency medical care to the sick or injured at the scene of the emergency and during transportation to a hospital or other treatment centre. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta Grade XI or equivalent and possession of a valid class 4 driving licence (Alberta). TRADE DIVISION 37 COMMERCIAL COOKING (2 yrs.) Instruction in the preparation of food on a large scale in restaurants, hotels, institutions. Minimum Prerequisites: Thirty-five Alberta High School credits or equivalent. 38 COMMERCIAL BAKING (1 yr.) Instruction In making pasiry and bread for industry, restaurants, hotels, institutions. Minimum Prerequisites: Preference will be given to applicants with thirty-live Alberta High School credits or equivalent. 39 SHORT ORDER a SPECIALTY COOKING (1 yr.) Instruction in preparation of breakfast loods, soups, sauces, roasts, vegetables, salads, sandwiches and kitchen management. Minimum Prerequisites: Preference will be given to those applicants having 35 Alberta High School credits or equivalent. 40 DIESEL . MECHANICS (1 yr.) Instruction In theory, servicing and maintenance of diesel and spark ignition engines and heavy duty machinery. Minimum Prerequisites: Thlrty-.five Alberta High School credits plus Grade X Mathematics and Grade X Science, or equivalent. 41 RECREATION FACILITY MAINTENANCE (1 yr.) Preparation for the operation and maintenance of recreation facilities, rinks, golf courses, swimming pools, parks, etc. Minimum Prerequisites: An Alberta Grade X or equivalent. 42 DINING ROOM SERVICE (12 wks.) Instruction in basic food service practices. There are ho formal prerequisites. 43 WELDING (3 or 6 wks.) Instruction In the skills and equipment ol oxy-acetylene and electric arc welding. Minimum Prerequisites for numbers 42 & 43: Although no educational prerequisites are specified, applicants are expected to have sufficient knowledge of English to enable them to taks class notes and write examinations. FOR THE STUDENT WHO LACKS THE NECESSARY EDUCATIONAL PREREQUISITES FOR HIS OR HER CAREER PROGRAM CHOICE, SAIT OFFERS: 44 PRE-CAREERS (3, 6 or 9 mos.) The program Is designed to upgrade those students who, at their present level of achievement, are unqualified for entry into a regular day program at SAIT. An applicant who lacks the specific subject prerequisites for the program of his choice may register in one or more of English, Mathematics and Physics. No educational prerequisites. Students must be at least 18 years of age. NEW PROGRAMS AT SAIT ENGINEERING SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (2 yrs.) DESCRIPTION A high level program to educate competenl, versatile and flexible technologists In Earth Science and Business Engineering. Tho Earth Science option prepares technologists for the resource development area. Business Engineering stream produces technically competent sales and service technologists. Both streams have an excellent foundation of science and mathematics. REQUIREMENTS Educational High School Diploma with B (60%) In Math 30/36 and Physics 30/36, or equivalent. � Personal Above average academic, numerical, scientific spatial, accuracy, interest in earth science and/or meeting people. SMALL ENGINE MECHANICS (B weeks) DESCRIPTION The course is designed to provide pre-employment training for men interested in employment as mechanics in the small engine repair Held, REQUIREMENTS Alberta Grade IX or equivalent. BASIC PLANT OPERATIONS DESCRIPTION Basic Plant Operations Is a twelve week day program. The program is divided in two periods of five weeks of instructional the Institute.interrupted by a two week period during which the student will obtain practical experience in a local steam plant. The Basic Plant Operation course was designed to assist students who prepare to write for an Alberta Fourth Class Steam Engineer's examination under the Boilers Act. The Registrar S.A.l.T. 1301-16 Ave. N.W. Calgary T2M 0L4 Please send information on these programs Name Address SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 -16 Avenue N.W., Calgary, Alberta T2M 0L4 Let SAIT show you how we build better tomorrows, March 1 and 2 J ;