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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IITE ncrvMLU nuguii Gasoline supplies Ford recalls improved '73 models WASHINGTON Gaso- jne supplies in the United States continued to improve for Jie seventh straight but a xssible protest closing by serv- ce stations operatois may nake travelling difficult over the next two the American Automobile Associ- ation said today. The AAA said its 12th weekly survey of gas supplies showed 55 per cent of the stations contacted were operating nor- TONIGHT 3 'West Side Story' A. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Presented by the ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL p.m. Tickets S2.00 ol LEISTER'S mal hours and allowing full pur- chases of gasoline That compared with 54 per cent operating rormally last the organization said Forty-three per cent of tb'j stations contacted were limiting the hours they were frequently through Sunday clos- the AAA and four per cent were limiting pur- chases of gasoline Despite the improved the AAA warned that the threat of a widespread gas station shutdown could make travelling difficult for the next two week- ends. It said reports from its offices around the country indicated the gas dealers associations in many states were organizing closings to protest the profit margins that would be allowed under President Phase 4 economic controls 1 Mich. I The Ford Motor Co. service di- vision asked U S. owners cf 1973 Torinos and Rancheros Monday to letum their vehicles to their dealers for inspection of a pinch-bolt on the power steer- I ing gear input shaft. Also affected are ve- hicles in Canada. Ford said some of the bolts were not tightened enough mg assembly of the steering gear by a supplier. Laboratory tests indicated that the problem could cause excessive play to develop in the steering wheel i and eventual loss of control. j Ford said it had not received any reports of the problem de- from vehicle owners. I The company said the in- spection and if nec- j would be done at no ex- I pense to the owner. i The vehicles involved were built between June 5 and July Ontario to hike welfare benefits TORONTO The On- tario government plans higher welfare benefits for the prov- ince's recipients because of rising living Social Services Minister Rene Brunelle said Monday. Rescued Victor laxes and eats at a Miami hospital after being res- cued from imprisonment in a tiny swimming pool pumphouse in South Mi- ami. Police say that the state cf the old man they believe he may havet been held against- his will for many He was reported 10 be in good condition. There's still time to jump on a great career program. FOR INFORMATION AND FREE CAREER CHECK ONE OR MORE OF THE PROGRAMS LISTED IN THE COUPON BELOW. BUT HURRY THESE SAIT DAY PROGRAMS START THIS Getting a jump on tomorrow's career doesn't have to mean sacrificing today's enjoyment. Start Combine the best of today with the most for the future. SAIT puts you a step MAIL COUPON NOW...OR DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 Please send information on the Fall Day I have checked l I I I I I I I I I I I D AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING One year specialty following successful completion of The 2 year Mechanical Engineering Technology program. D AIR CONDITIONING ENGINEERING Design. maintenance of heal.rg ventilating and cooling equipment Ci ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY and Building Development Provides training cope with practical problems in the control of our immediate environment posed by Ihe des gn and erec'io- of buildings and other structures D AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE repairand servicing ot automotive with basic train'-g 'or entry to specialist fields in the automo'u.s industry. n BUSINESS Marketing and Retailing Training in the maior phases of mode-n business and the development of basic managerial skills and administrative abilities 0 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY- Industrial Analysis and Quality Control. Biochemistry and Research Fundamental chemical basic laboratory techniques and modern chemica instrumentation D CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. Fundamental education in general organic and analytical chemistry plus relate physics electronics drafting and English O COMMERCIAL To acquaint students with the basic DP-CID 63 of emphasizing commercial quantity production and the operation tools equipment O COMMERCIAL Preparation of nutritious food in varied arc attractive ways purchasing and handling o' supplies so that an establishment may operate at a reasonable observina 'he importance ol sanitation ard good public relations D COMPUTER Training in accounting and English in support of ma n subjects fn Data Processing. O DIESEL Provides a basic knowledge of the principles involved in modern engines and machinery used in the areas serviced by heavy duty mechanics. D DIETARY SERVICE Theoretical and practical Training in the field of institutional food service. D DINING ROOM Basic food service with emphasis OT s'r health oractices efficiency. competency and good grooming. O ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Broadcast Electronics Telecommunication Technology and Industrial Electronics Technology Training in design research produc'ion maintenance and installation phases of' electronic industry. O ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING Production maintenance and 'a c pnares of the electronic irduM-y. a ENGINEERING Provides basic understanding of mecbar ca'. structural and topographical drawing and design for positions in Canadian industry. D ENGINEERING SCIENCE Geophysics and Business Engineering Basic fundamentals of physics and communication skills Advanced studies m one or more of Data Industrial Management. Economics. Electronics and Business Engineering. Q GRAPHIC ARTS ADMINISTRATION Training in busmessess and communication skills required m managerial areas of sales purchasing finance and control of the printing industry. D HOTEL AND RESTAURANT and Tourism Business training to qualify Si rien.s n operation restaurants 31- -J other busmessess ca'enng 10 the D INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Design and management of complete systems composed of machines s and the operating environment. Peop e- onenled and cost consc ous engmeen-g D LIBRARY Training to become cotnpeient n libraries and assume duties on an intermediate and senior non-profess oral level O MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. Provides the student with a thorough knowledge o' machines and mechanises their principles of purposes 'or which they are the processes and procedures used in their manufacture ard maintenance and the procedures and techniques used in machine drawing arrl design. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY is an option within this program. n MEDfCAL RECORD MEDICAL assist Ihe ir preparation maintenance of essential records and utilization ol this data for improved patie-1 care research plannmo and pdurptic i D PETROLEUM ENGINEERING Geology and Reservoir Geology Training for students interestea in ne geological aspects of the petroleum ndustry Production Training to assist m and supervise the production of the petroleum and natural gas industries Rpserioir Training to sssisi in the analysis of o and D POWER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY a high level mpchan engineering course of studies .or tnr whose am is to control very power systems. a To up grade students who a-s unqjaiidsa lor entry another program. D RECREATION FACILITY OPERATIONS AND Training to assume responsibility 'o. ine operation and of h ghly specialized recreation facilii r-i. D SECRETARIAL T.aming m basic secretarial skiilr bus nnd industrial knowledge and development for a carer-r as an executive secretary You can enrol in either or OL' D SHORT ORDER AND SPECIALTY COOKING Training n preparation of breakfast fooos use of the fryer grill and broiler preparation of soups sauces roasts vegetables and the nakmg of salads and sandwiches Includes sanitation and management. D SMALL ENGINE Training n thp of small air reo engines and the systems which they STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY. Construction Management and Municipal Services Training in structural desigr -na'e-ia constrjction techniques D SURVEYING and Photogrammetry Training in the practical skills and of surveying Preparation of studsn's to v n'e p'ofpssional examinations of i Don mon Land Surveyo-s Ansona' on. 3 j-'erts shou d no'e 'he ne cp'ion n piotogrammetr n D Train nq througn practiC.il c- 'ha ol oxy-acetylene and electric v e'dirg ..nth emphasis on correct techniques ard procedures for all projects. D APPRENTICE Offered to Registered in A'bp-'a only' Trade training programs to supplement on the-job training Candidates must be nropprly indentured with Apprenticeship Tonlracls duly registered and approved by Dirertorof Apprenticeship c' Edmcn' n MOST PROGRAMS START OCTOBER 1 here if you v.ould like CAREER COUNSELLING. I WANT A PLEASE SEND 1973 SAIT Information Package NAME ADDRESS 7 REGISTRAR'S OFFICE SAIT 1301 15 AVE N W. CALGARY T2M 014 The minister told reporters that raises in allowances are 'under very active considera- and indicated an an- nouncement could be made within two weeks. There was no indication oT the size of the but they were expected to cover more than under the General Welfare Assistance Act and more than receiving pay- ments under the Family Bene- fits Act. General welfare covers thaw who receive assistance through their short-term cases of people able io work but unable to find jobs. Those on family benefits are mainly deserted or separated mothers with dependent cml- but also including some disabled or other- wise unemployable persons. SHARE THE COSTS Costs for the general welfare program now are shared 50 per cent by the federal 30 per cent by the province and 20 per cent by he municipal- ities. The provincial government was reported concerned be- cause many recipients of Wel- fare receive less than the ted- eral government pays the el- derly receive old age pen- sions and the pension supple- ment for the needy no doubt the pen- sioners are having a difficult time but many of those on so- cial assistance are in a much worse Mr. Brunelle said He said he is most concerned about needy persons who are aging b.it not ovtr the Sa-yur qualifying for old age pen- sions. I I I I I I I I I I I J Diplomatic relations renewed OTTAWA North Viet- nam has agreed to establish diplomatic relations at the am- bassadorial the external affairs department announced today The following weeks of negotiations between Ottaw and comes three weeks after a similar agreement with I the South Vietnamese govem- ment in Saigon. Canada first recognized the Hanoi government Feb. while serving on the four-country In- ternational Commission of Con- trol and Supervision in Vietnam. Ottawa has recog- nized the government of South Vietnam since but did not establish relations until July JO. The communique issued in Ot- tawa and Hanoi established relations at ambas- sadorial level as from Aug. The new Ambassador to Hanoi has not been named. Search for boy dropped SANTA N.M. There will be no further organ- ized effort tto locate the origin of the reported radio broadcast of a boy's voice calling for help unless new information turns state Police Chief Martin Vigil said today. Radio directional finder equipment was left m the cen- tral New Mexico mountains after the search was called off Aug but operators said they received no signals from the voice that became known as Larry. decided it was useless to stay out there. They didn't get one single thing except for some interference and citi- zens band radio operators talk- ing back and Vigil said. Asked about the possibility it was a Vigil never was any concrete evi- dence that I know of that there was such a thing. But we're not discounting it altogether. But nobody reported any missing husband and even after all that The early reports of the broadcast indicated the boy had been with his father and that his father had collapsed and died. TOWN ESTABLISHED a mining town in northern was estab- lished as a result of a gold ;