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Volume 8 No. 5 School closed for Holiday Utah Technical College will be officially closed on October 19 and 22, for a long standing celebration known as "Harvest Holiday." All classes will be excused, and many students will be heading for the hills and the beginning of the deer hunt. The Harvest Holiday has been part of UTC tradition for over 20 years. According to one employee, in the early days of UTC, many of the News by Alan Gasoline shortage in 1980 Predictions of gasoline shortages and higher prices came from two sources Saturday Senate Democratic leader Robert Byrd and a secret report circulating among federal policy makers. "Without question, the gas lines will be back," commented Byrd. All indications are that there is a clear likelihood that gas lines will return and that the price of energy will continue to go up. The intelligence report says that "demand will tend to increase sharply during the 1980 driving season as U.S. motorists attempt to resume normal driving patterns even with further price hikes. Will the EPA Win? "If people don't believe that Geneva can be closed down, they ought to look at the plight of the major sugar factories in the west." remarked Gunn McKay. "There were 15 major sugar factories closed last year in the western United States," commented Congressman McKay during a meeting at Riverside Country Club. A primary example of this was the closing of the largest sugar factory in the world at Moses Lake, Wash., this year. "It was a brand new factory and it is not operating, and will not reopen," he remarked. diool exrased for OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT students and employees couldn't survive a winter without the meat obtained in the deer hunt. For this reason, school was excused for two days to enable the men to provide necessary provisions for their family in terms of venison. Now harvest holiday is used not only for the deer hunt, but also for harvesting gardens and crops and in general, a final vacation. Line Jones Dick Stone, director of the Citizens Coalition, said a settlement between the EPA and Geneva is still distant, with a dollar figure on pollution control equipment being the number one issue. Carter gets Florida Ballott With two large blocks of votes still to be counted, President Carter held a statewide lead over Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in Florida's Democratic Party caucuses. Carter backers claimed victory in the first balloting of the 1980 presidential campaign,Carter campaign aides flocked to Florida to help turn the tide after it appeared that the Kennedy forces could muster enough support to embarrass the president in a state bordering on his native Georgia. Castro Back in Cuba Cuban President Fidel Castro, escorted by his own armed guards, New York police and U.S. Secret Service agents, left New York Sunday as he came in the early morning darkness. His abrupt and somewhat baffling departure ended after only three days. This was his first visit to the United States in 19 years. Castro's apparently erratic movements are carefully orchestrated at home and abroad to frustrate would-be assassins looking for a pattern. - - Parking confusion has been solved with the recent addition of 120 lined parking spots. Originally this lot was designed for 50-75 cars. Parking lot opened again; students to be directed The parking lot to the west of the student center is once again open for student and faculty use, according to Dick Van Zomeran, from Buildings and Grounds. According to Mr. Van Zomeran, someone will be directing traffic in this lot until drivers can see where they should be parking. There will also Council discusses Plans & Finance by Spicer Ingram The agenda was short in the Oct. 15 meeting of the Executive Council. Lee Barrus and Marilyn Davis were absent due to the International Two Year College Association Convention at Snow College.The Council finalized last minute plans for the Deer Hunt Dance which was held Wednesday night, Oct. 16 in the Student Center. The Council experienced difficulty in selling advance tickets for the dance which were to be white lines painted on the lot to help direct traffic and show parking direction. Mr. Van Zomeran hopes the students will understand the parking direction, and that the white lines will not have to be repainted once they wear out. Another reason the lot was closed was to make cover the cost of the Willies Jeep, which was to be given away as a door prize. The Jeep was displayed the week prior to the dance in the Student Center. Council members expressed difficulties experienced with delegating responsibilities resulting in work overloads. Plans for an Activity Board were discussed as a possible solution. The Board would assist members of the Council with assignments for all ASUTC sponsored activities.Applications for posi two days PROVOOREM changes for the loading dock. "We often have a semi come to unload in this area, We have a center line left open for them now," he said. There are 120 parking spaces in this lot. Originally this lot was designed for 50-75 cars. According to Mr. Van Zomeran, there is much tions on this Board will be available soon to the studentbody. Not only will relieve the burden of Schedule of Events Oct. 19, 22 Harvest Holiday NO CLASSES Oct. 23-26 Local Artists Show Oct. 23 Tickets on sale for Pablo Cruise in Student Center Office. Oct. 25 Women's Volleyball UTC at Snow Oct. 27 CEU at UTC Nov. 9 "Pablo Cruise" in concert at BYU Marriott Center October 18, 1979 better parking for the students in the Trades and upper automotive parking lots. "We have about 200 spaces left unused in the Trades parking lot and about 50 in the upper automotive lot," he stressed. "We are trying to accomodate the students and make parking better for them," he added. the Council but also aid in training students for student government in 1980-81.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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