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FRADEWIND L VOLUME 3, NUMBER 18 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE PROVO MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1974 i Small Business Management Seminar Held If Utah Tech Utah Technical College at Provo will sponsor an eight-session weekly seminar from March 27 through May 15 entitled, Small Business Management Development Course featuring the outstanding business minds of the region as speakers. The seminar, to be held Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m., will be presented by the Utah Tech Division of Continuing Education and the Division of Marketing Management, under direction of Lonnie Cunningham, coordinator, and Reed Gooch, instructor. All businessmen, actual or potential, are invited to enroll by contacting Utah Tech immediately. Anyone interested . may call Mr. Cunningham or Mr. Gooch at the college and a brochure with full details will be sent them. The seminar will offer three credit hours for the series, at a tuition cost of $40 which includes all necessary materials. Launching the series on Wednesday, March 27, will be Salt Lake Mayor Jake Gam as featured speaker, whose topic will be "Employee Motivation." Mayor Gam, a candidate for the United States Senate seat from which Sen. Wallace Bennett is retiring, is currently first vice president of the National League of Cities. Other speakers for the Wednesday night sessions following Mayor Gam will include: April Delynn Fielding, loan officer, Zions First National Bank at Provo, "Credit V A, Mayor Jake Garn Management Key to Profits." April 10 Kay Richins, director of sales development,-KSL Television, "Effective Advertising." April 17 Richard Taylor, attorney-at-law, Spanish Fork, "Legal Aspects of a Small Business." April 24 Ladd Black, manager of Taylor's Department Store, Provo, "Merchandise Pricing and Control." May 1 G. Reynold Smith, loan specialist, Small Business Administration, Salt Lake City, Utah, "Financing a Small Business." May 8 LaVar Rockwood, Director, supervisory training, Utah Technical College at Provo, "Management by Objectives." May 15 Cidney Gilbert, certified public accountant for Elmer, Fox and Company, Orem, "Accounting for Taxes and Profits." For their opening night on Wednesday, March 27, participants will hear in Mayor Garn one of the most successful young executives in the entire nation. Primary Elections This Friday TO Iotmkk Studentbody elections are underway at Utah Technical College at Provo. Deadline for studentbody office applications was Friday 22. Campaigns begin Monday and continue until that Thursday. Voting will take place on Friday in the main lobby. The studentbody officers have asked that no campaigning be done on voting day. Voting ballots will be taken to all off campus facilities. Primary election results will be given out on Monday, April 1. Winners will be notified by phone Friday evening, previous, or previously? General elections campaigning begins on Tuesday, April 1, and continues until Thursday evening. Voting for General Elections takes place on Thursday and Friday, April 4th and 5th. The results of the General elections will be given at a midnight movie at the Fox Theatre. The movie title will be announced next week. The movie will start at 12:30 and is admission free for UTC students and faculty. All dates and non-UTC students will be charged 25 cents. Last year, 400 students voted at the polls. "That's 25 percent of the studentbody", Dale Nelson, Executive Vice President stated. "That's a better percentage of the studentbody than BYU had last year." President, Vice President, Womens Vice President, and Inter-Club Council Chairman are elected by the vote of the general studentbody. However, this year's ICC chairman has been appointed by the student-body officers. Offices appointed by the new president are Public Relations Chairman, Student Awareness Chairman, Activities Chairman, Financial Chairman, Executive Secretary. Qualifications for becoming any of these studentbody officers requires a 2.25 gpa and must be a full-time student for the three quarters he is in office. There will be a leadership conference held for the new officers soon after they are sworn in. In giving advise to the "to be" officers, Dale Nelson said, "As new officers they will take on a lot of authority. They will also have a lot of responsibility to the students. I hope they use this authority wisely, for the students they are representing and not try to benefit from it personally." Kindness is a warm breeze in a frigid climate, a radiant heat that melts the icebergs of fear, distract, unhappiness. i " til , 1 , -3 N It President Sorenson and Vice-President Dale Peterson look over new campus site. Cteu Student Center fJws? Se Self Supporting Recently, the student center planning committee met with Richard Christensen of Smith-Burroughs Co. This firm has bonded several of the new student unions in the state. Mr. Christensen gave a most informative overview of the bonding process- how it is determined how much can be secured by bonding, interest rates and pay back procedure. It is anticipated that while there will be approximately $500,000 at the time building begins, with current and projected costs this may not be sufficient for a student center to meet UTC's needs. It was explained that the legislature does not appropriate money for student centerconstruction. At this time the legislature is subsidizing some of the student center operations by assisting with operation and maintenance; however, continuance of this policy may not be available for UTC's center. Federal grants such as the one million dollars received by UTC-SL for interest on their union building debt, are no longer available. It is absolutely essential that the center not only be on a self-sustaining basis, but that it also generate enough revenue to repay any bonding debt that may be incurred. Since the cafeteria contributes heavily to the revenue possibilities of the center, the committee took a behind the scenes tour of BYU's Wilkinson Center food service. The committee made recommendations to the building board concerning size, priorities, facilities, and financing of the student center. (f Work and God are the two greatest forces that ever have operated for the common good. Skilled craftsmen in the days of the old dedicated Guilds, owned something in their life experience that is best described as a self-imposed discipline to the ideal of excellence. - This wobbly old world is again getting ready to heed honest leadership that "makes sense," instead of striving so futiley to repeal the eternal verities. Millions now living are happy and successful because they do believe in work and God. Other millions are miserable and-frustrated because they refuse to believe in either great force of work and worship. Map. 25 . Primary Election Campaign Begins Mar. 26 Baseball (Mesa Col.) Mar. 28 Dance (Ice House) Primary Elections RflSfihflll (Snnw hftrfi) U Mar. 29. Mar.
|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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