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TRADEWIND VOLUME 5 No. 7 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN PROVO NOVEMBER 1, 1976 .... :.i . .r :M-:;-M - I :i ' A " V I M M - " ""' " " ' ! ; - : , - - - I I 'M A Utah Technical College in Provo student surveys the ballott before marking her decision. The polls will be open tomarrow from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All students are encouraged to exercise their right and priviledge to vote. VOTERS: READ YOUR BALLOTS Students voting in the general election on November 2, are cautioned to carefully read the propositions and initiatives included on the ballot before casting their votes. Among the propositions and initiatives is the proposition of amending the IV article of the State constitution to decrease the voting age to 18 years. Proposal B is concerning adding fluorides and other medications to public water. Proposition number 2 concerns an optional plan for Utah Government, where the three members of the Board of County Commissioners will be replaced by a seven member city council. It has also been proposed that a law be adopted to authorize the recall of any public officer, elected or appointed for any reason, whatsoever; and a special election to replace the FORUM ANNOUNCES The Institute of Religion's Forum will be hosting Brother Don Black as the featured speaker this week. The forum will start at 12:10 p.m. on Friday and will be finished by 1 p.m. official as a result of the recall petition. Initiative proposal number C asks for a five-year budget ceiling of a specific amount and federal revenues to be completely phased out eventually. An aledged tax reduction schedule is also been proposed. The wording of these articles is such that those in favor of an issue casting a "For" vote are in actuality expressing disagreement. Those casting an "against" vote will be represented by a vote in favor of the issue. Also as candidates near the end of their campaigning, many have began "mud slinging" their opponents. These actions being a last effort to make them look like the "Best Man" for office. Students are encouraged to keep an open mind and be careful in making last minute changes of candidates. . Mr. Black is presently a seminary teacher at Orem High School. Previously he taught Seminary at Provo High. He will be speaking on the subject of "Celestial Dating and Marriage." All who are interested are welcome to attend. SECURITY SYTOEM w , r " V. I ; J'' Stopping sides of traffic so students officer Dan Davis's morning 3-.-. - - - u Officer Dan Davis helps students going to classes across the street from parking lot to the main building at UTC-P. An officer is particularly needed during the morning hours when the traffic is heavist. IS AT CES can cross is assignment. I. wr-z.jr! J ww if MOW'"'" According to state law, a state peace officer must direct traffic. OFFICERS DISCUSS UPCOMING EVENTS In regular session of theAS-UTC-P council meeting, leaders discussed upcoming events and solutions to problems. Only half of the council was present at the meeting, therefore they were only in session for an hour. At the meeting the leaders were told that the apples wouldn't be abailable for distribution on the scheduled C AMF IIAltnriMC in DANCE SET tome one, come all! Girls, now is your chance to ask out that guy you've had your eye on. No, this is not a womens lib movement, just the annual Sadie Hawkins dance this November 5. Lock up your books and grab that guy and come on down to Perhaps you have noticed the safety officer directing traffic each school morning from 7:15-7:45 a.m. and wondered what he is doing there. Because of the high rate of speed and immense number of students using the crosswalk, the Security Office at UTC-P feels there is a definite need for this service. Many requests have been made by UTC-P for a flashing yellow light-but these requests have been ignored. A man was installed to direct traffic each morning in order to prevent potential accidents. Recently, however, there has been a controversy regarding this policy. According to state law, on a state highway, a state peace officer must direct traffic. In accordance with this law, UTC-P has recuited a state peace officer to do that work. Dan Davis is the officer filling the position. He is usually stationed at the crosswalk longer than the 7 a.m. hour. date. They decided instead to distribute donuts. Council members also discussed upcoming events such as Sadie Hawkins and the past Halloween party. Students are invited to attend the Student Council meetings which are held every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the studentbody office. lining the womens gym on 500 North University Avenue. This hoedown starts at 8:30, and ends around 12 p.m. Dance to the sound of Buster, a local rock and roll band. Admission price is $2 and pictures will be taken for $3.
|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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