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|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
I abuses must stop McKay warns Local ( Con(frt"'sm‘in iunn Mi Kav I lxal governments warnni Ltah at held on campus that I conference billion dollar federal program provmb trainm nation iding jobs and in Con ida could 'have problem abuses mntinue at local if grfs a k v els reientlv at a confthe Comprehensive VIcKav sjMike erence for Employment Act and Trainm iCETM administered lixallv by the of Govern-menBear River Assn lation featured The conference state CETA offmals and panels of local officials disc ussinK CKT A Kivt-- ( k I DirHinr Hrar Kivrr District Kdi h Huh and Bnx i ldr ( 'ounl irsi Mt Kav said thr program has tatm uhcmI hv somr offmals to ut and substitute thir budget (‘H Amonry for salaries ffrtalltsl A it a flagrant abuse general feeling he said is growing in the social that capitol programs like l manpower are getting out of The CKT A program s funding was reauthorized for $10 billion na tionailv in the last hours of Con con-tro- budget slashed ECC Continued from page 1) The Seb center's director said some staff at the Stnefel center mav he inclined to look for other work if there isn't a year round program He said it would then Uke several weeks to find and train new staff About $30 000 more is needed to complete the full year Stnefel said AahIstrom Rep Norman O said the legislative commit funded the program it had provided enough for that tee hr Hu hard lc4rd said ih program hr mlu f hr ing $3 milium innuall thought the whole year He said the program has grown than the committee realized “I hope the money can be scraped up without a supplemental appropriation being made fecause if it is made other groups w ill feel that their funding requests should be added to the ti budget as more supple mental Wahlstrom said appropriations Stnefel said the committee s projections were made on the basis of data collected from the first three months of the year "In the first three months the center doesn t lot die all the kids it will serve during the year The longer the program is in existam e the more parents realize that something can be done to help their kids so thev enroll them ” Stnefel sad The legislators have !een portive They just dtdn t information the needed dicapped based program children in a home-baseIo the home-base- ionals Worked Striefel said the legislature considers presentations by the Depart ment of Social Serivce more credible than the presentations of parent or care providers He said the reason for the meeting was to let those other groups be heard as well as social services C'adez said if the govenor did not approve the supplemental funding we be down in Salt Lake trying to get support from the legislature 11 Rep VN Kdward supplemental A FT A s training ronifxinent s haven t sought the bad publicity said Allun Avoub director of the state office of lalxir and training The offic e prov ides state wide coor dination for ( FTA as well as le hniral fiscal and program es "The training is the crux of the program he said More and more C Kerr ®2ftOOO was vnefej said handicapped pre-ar- v been - Parents of future Striefel said handicapped HAWN'S pre-scho- ol LOUNGE n Hyrum Cve music Wad Fn every Set pm to 10 pm 10c appy Hour 8 to 9 phcber $i 50 Cover Charge be 2 1 or okler Wust In Gap'' the Street" tnc so o U I C c - PHOMt ' MHU0 - w s m n e-- A Cache Valley Mall f- r- - d beer r e V Nuclear Power Programs: and Science edumajors required 1 year Engineering cation guaranteed salary to 26500 after four years of experience Special NUCLEAR POWER SCHOLARSHIP available to Juniors post-gradua- te Aviation Training: All majors considered 1 year of 22400 after four years of experience Positions: Management of considered management personnel In a shipboard majors ronment salary to 20400 after four years sxperlence All flight-trainin- g guaranteed salary to envi- Financial Management: Business Finance end management majors preferred six months postgraduate education guaranteed salary to 20400 attar four years of experience Civil Engineering: engineers preferred engineering management and control positions salary to 20400 after four years of experience Benefits Includo: -- 30 days paid vacation per year -- Free medical and dental cere -- Excellent retirement program -- Valuable experience for future career planning -- An Officer's commission In the United States Nary A is Ladies Nite ® Pat Travers "Heat number identified but are not Striefel said B Stephen WE ARE HIRING Civil being serviced in the and about the same a Time'' Blly Joel- ''52nd St " Ted Nugent ''Weekend Warriors" Linda Ronstadt- - "living in the USA'' a Young-'Come- IL - “pped - e cheap with these - appropriations the 300 Neil m- Stnefel said the “gure 6 $4" LPs le directed towards R appropriated emphasis is to state to provide services for state- not just at the ECC asked the representatives “°w ‘t was possible to affect "the r°ra that be'' to use the correct P i ! state-wid- The committee did not consider t t the programs for last year cost !northan SI million when when on-- I c ' requested te Do It The offices deput v director Ron Spindler said the horror stories of the program abuses have lxen overdone in the press Also he said nationwide charges that the pro gram ignores private employment aren t true n I lah ‘Things are going to get lean in ('FTA there s no doubt alxiut it As economic conch 'spindler said Finns improve federal funds for these types of programs dwindle Ixrd said that in 1977 ( FTA trained 140 people in the Hear River Distru t placing 9rj percent of them in jobs afterwards On the-jotraining was arranges for afxmt H0 people with ('FTA paving half the wages for a three to six month raining period he said tnd train parents in the home environment Thr L'tah Ihv isu-of Family Ser-v- about a $2 million budget for the 197H79 school year However on the commendations (f Hah Ptment of Social Services a gJsUtive committee reduced the will ruAiuuur e With Music” ashington ser-vi- KJjy bur Life 1 leoause it throws the budget out of shape and causes other groups to think thev are also entitled to supplemental funding’ Kerr said Striefel the center provaUut 30 han m a center and about 20 program program professwith youngsters v t (mh hiding session he stui think vou need to know there M Kav told the is a warning mil onfercnc mwd id alniut 100 peo Itxal offn als pie mostly Kvervtwne we get a scandal in KT A re t le t s hack to it I VA r Uli recommended Tremonton that those parties involved with the children arrange to meet with the social services personnel that gave the legislative committee the low budget request figures "This would t much smoother than putting the governor on the spot The governor doesn t like have the fr ides services d ped sup ' sad For $21 a dav state-funde- '7 fcEnrich gress efforts training children may file lawsuit against the state charging that it has discriminated against their kids because they are in a part of the state not being served by program for the handicap- mm fltt Uhli'i Interviews Will Be Held: UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT CENTER OCT 31 and NOV 1&2 1978 '