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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE March Regional arts need help By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) After 2V2 months as "a one- woman walking Canada as she calls her job, Mrs. Muriel Sherrin of Halifax says it's clear the council's head office here must pay more attention to regional arts development in the country. Mrs Sherrin, who set up an office with a government phone and a baby-sitter in her home Jan. 1, said in an interview she has been flooded with enquiries by struggling artists of all kinds wanting to know more about Canada Council grants. As a regional representative, her job is an experiment. The Council itself is divided about whether to establish regional offices, or set up a system of long distance collect phone calls. She is the wife of the retirihg artistic director of Neptune Theatre in Halifax, and is well known in arts organizations across Canada. Here to report to a council meeting on her initial experiences, Mrs. Sherrin said it is clear regional offices shouldn't become major estab- lishments of civil servants. She acts as a one-woman clearing house for information and advice to artists. She already has visited the other three Atlantic provinces twice, and finds a significant need for more provincial and other money to help painters, performers, writers and develop their art. The Canada Council makes grants only to established artists and artistic groups who have demonstrated their skills and shown they are viable enterprises. Government data bank bill planned By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister Otto Lang said Tues- day the government will pro- duce legislation to protect the privacy of information on indi- viduals in its own data banks. He told the Commons justice conVmittee the legislation will apply to all government computer information storage, from the central police computer run by the RCMP to information stored by Statistics Canada and the revenue department. But he told Ronald Atkey (PC-Toronto St. Paul's) that the complex subject of assuring privacy and preventing abuse of information stored in such data banks as those run by credit companies must await later legislation. He said that is the subject of consultations with the prov- inces. Outside the committee Mr. Lang said he hopes the government data bank legislation will be forthcoming at this session of As Your Vacuum Cleaner Shop We stock the following Vacuum cleaner lines complete with parts, accessories and services. Eureka Sunbeam Vorwerk There are specials for spring in all lines for all types of rugs and floors from........ 5 year guaranteed vacuum cleaner hoses Replacement bags all makes. Single and double fan motors. FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-6070 introducing lob information Centres. At Canada Manpower, we're introducing self-service All across Canada, we're busy making special Job Informa- tion Centres a part of each Canada Manpower Centre Some are operative now. The rest will be functioning soon. Here's how they work When you come into your Canada Manpower Centre, youll see a newpb placement system in acfoOR Here you can look over ali the pb opportunities registered by employers in your area. These jobs are displayed by occupational categories so you can easily pick out what suits you. From all these available jobs, you personally pick the one you fee! qualified to fill. Only then do you need to see your Canada Manpower counsellor Of you need special help, of course, your Canada Man- power counsellor is always After a brief interview to assess your qualifications, he or she will arrange for you to see the employer We want to change our system to make rt more respon- sive to your needs. So were going to help you do-it-yourself. Because we know that once you get the job. nobody else can do it for you. You have to do it yourself. Canada Centre deWlanvtSceuvre Manpower Oenjre