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(SB ITRADEWIND: C VOLUME 1, NUMBER 7 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF PROVO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1975 Calvin L. Hampton Stat is or Utah ornci or the oovcrnom A lT LAME CITY DECLARATION WHEREAS, the progress and well-being of the citizens of Utah depends to a great extent upon education and training for the "World of Work" as provided in the school systems of this state f and WHEREAS, profound sociological, economic and technological changes in our society are bringing about rapid changes in the structure and nature of "Man's World of Work" thereby placing new and additional responsibilities on the educational system; and WHEREAS, the Congress of the United states and the Legislature of the State of Utah have recognized these problems and have acted upon hem through appropriate legislation; and WHEREAS, professional contributions of the vocational educators of this state have assisted youth and adults in the process of preparation for work; and WHEREAS, the American Vocational Association, by representative assembly, has established the second week in February as "Vocational Education Week" and is supported by the Utah Vocational Association in this actiont NOW, THEREFORE, I, Calvin L. Rampton, Governor of the State of Utah, do hereby declare the week of February 9th through 15th, 1975, as NATIONAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK in the State of Utah, and urge all citizens of the state to observe this week by making themselves better acquainted with Vocational Education purposes and programs by visiting any vocational institution or program in their area. Governor U National Vocational Education Week Slated Dr. Lucille Stoddard, chairman of the Business Division, announces both a "Write a letter Home" campaign and National Vocational Education Week at UTC during Feb. 9 through 15. Phi Beta Lambda, the college business fraternity, will put its vocational talents to specific use during the week. Students who wish to send a letter home, or anywhere else, can dictate the information to a secretarial student. It will then be typed and handed to the student ready for his mailing. "This is a way we can directly demonstrate the vocational skills we are learning during National Vocational Education. Week,' said Diane Bastian of Peasant Grove, president of Phi Beta Lambda at UTC. "Any student may take advantage of one of the skilled secretarial students we will make available during the week. It will be an easy, painless way to write a letter home, and good training for our members. He or she can write home for money, write their congressman, or even a Dear John' letter. We'll take the dictation , transcribe it and present it ready for signature," she said. Phi Beta Lambda's objective, according to its officers, is to develop strong, aggresive leadership so that future businessmen and women may participate more effectively in business and community life. Calendar of Events Feb. 11 - Vandermiede at the Fox 10 am Feb. 12-Feb. 13 - Lincoln's Birthday Basketball 5:15 Weber State J.V. Feb. 14- Valentine's Day Feb. 15- Basketball 7:30 Snow College tnronmevN: By Bruce Carter In the past five years our day school enrollment has doubled, from about 1,000 for winter quarter In 1969-70 to more than?,000 this quarter. In fact, our final enrollment figure, day school, winter quarter is 2,008! We also have had a. .50 percent Increase, or. better,, for evening school, going from 800 in 1969-70 to exactly 1,256" rMs" quarter. For those of you who have not been exposed to enrollment fi- Elks Hold Fashion Show A fashion show and luncheon will be held today, February 10, at the Elk's Lodge, under the direction of Mrs. Rita Thomas. Tickets are $3.50 and include the luncheon at 12 o'clock, with' the fashion show beginning at 1 p.m. Mrs. Thomas listed important attributes of models to include: poise, correct posture, well proportioned body measurements, graceful movements and impeccable grooming. The ability to communicate warmth of their personality, to change moods with the outfit worn and to co-ordinate fashions and accessories are also requisites. Models participating are De-anna Dunn, Carrie Glover, Bren-da McKibben, Heather Mosher, Phyllis Nebeker andShauna Pierce. Others include Laurie Prince, Sonia Tucker, Cheryl Winn, Kathy Evans, Jolene Me-cham, Carol Craig, and Ruth Weaver. Gary Brown will model menswear and Kaye Barney will assist with narration. Fashions for women have been furnished by Sweetbrier and Leven's have providedmenswear. Up 50 gures, this means that for the, first time, to our knowledge, a college has increased Its enrollment for the winter quarter over the fall figure. Hurrah! This Is the result of a concerted effort of the entire college personnel, and we are certainly proud to release these enrollment figures. For the office of the registrar, we would like to express appreciation to all the faculty and staff for your commendable efforts to make our enrollment grow and espeically for keeping the tremendous number of students that we had for fall quarter. To us this is a fine indication of exceptional teaching. When you instill enough interest and loyalty i n students that the winter quarter enrollment is greater than fall. . . . you have to be doing a great job. Others colleges, in a meeting this tweek, indicated they had an increase of students for winter quarter over last year's winter quarter, but none had an Increase over the fall quarter. Again, you have done a fine job in making UtahTechnicalCollege at Provo the leading educational institution in Utah. Jan Plans Rapid Return Jan Bellon. former UTC stu dent and Tradwinds Editor, will be returning to school within the next few weeks after a lengthy stay in Murray's Cottonwood HosptiaL "I cant wait to get back in school to see everyone," she says. "About all I've done, or been able to do is read books. I'll be anxious to get busy again." Jan is presently recovering from grafting and reg rafting operations on her left leg. Her injuries resulted from an accident she and a friend, Dann Black, were involved in last November.Her final operation took place two weeks ago inCottonwoodHos- pital. She is now spending a few weeks at her home in Roosevelt, Utah, before returning to school to make up work from last quarter.Jan commented by saying "I want to startSpring quarter fresh so I'll be back in school at the end of this quarter to try and make up my incompletes. I am really happy and glad to be able to come back to school." Jan ended the conversation by saying "Tell everybody 'hi' for me." The newspaper staff and all her friends join together in wishing Jan a safe trip back to us. We will all be glad to have her back. Apply Now For Spring "Veterans who wish to enroll under the GI education bill should apply now, even though spring quarter doesn't start until March 17", said Anthony Famulary, UTC Vets director. 'There are still openings in some of the major programs, but these will fill up as the spring quarter starts. You can't register "til March, but you should apply now for your course of study. "Anyone with honorable service in the armed forces for at least 181 days at any time since Jan. 31, 1955 can apply. "A single veteran can receive $270 per month for fulltime school attendance. A married veteran can get $361. A married veteran with one child gets $366, plus $22 for each additional dependent." v.c 1 - -' - .... Governor Rampton signs bill as GARTH, HILL, DALLAS H BUCKW AY, DEWAIN WASHBURN, ERNEST H. DEAN, WALTER ULRICH, JACK HIGBEE, AND KENT MERRILL look on.
|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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