) V VST Volume 10 Number 28 UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM - P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 April 18, 1983 FfmM Votes TdD IBs CastFodky By Linda Jensen Campaigning for ASUTC elections began last Wednesday with a flurry of balloons, posters, animals, people in strange costumes, and free food appearing all over campus. Party skits and introduction speeches were made by the candidates in a noonassembly. The four main parties are actively campaigning in order to win the primary elections which will be held on Tuesday, April 19. There will be two candidates from each office who will go on to the final elections. Students will then cast their ballots in the final elections on Friday, April 22. Although the majority of the candidates are running as a party. students can vote either for the entire party, or for the individual candidate. It should be noted that evening school students will be able to vote from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. Their ballots in the primary elections will be tabulated and announced after Cliff Webb's hypnotism demonstration Tuesday night. Final election voting will be done by the night students on Thursday. Daytime students will vote between 10 and 2 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday. Results of the final elections will be made at an Election Night Dance which will be Friday night. Continued On Page 4 1 UTC's heavy dump trucks manned by student volunteers work on the dikes around Utah Lake to help contain the lake from flooding nearby areas. UTC Volunteers Helping In Meed Areas Fifty UTC students, male and female, from the Heavy Duty Equipment Dept., and the Professional Driving Dept. are volunteering their services to Provo City building dikes, in order to protect some Provo homes fro'm spring flooding. Working with their instructors Dave, Ray and Norm Butts and Ted Lockheart of Professi onal Driving, under the coordination of D.J. Rowley, the students have spent the last several weeks in the field, operating bulldozers, backhoes, and front end loaders, in their efforts to stop the flood waters. Six private homes and a sewage pumping station are in the path of the water,- and all efforts have been expended to complete the dike as soon as possible. Some of the students have been hauling matter to fill material from a city owned gravel pit, in Provo Canyon, to the dike site. The 1,200 ft. long, 4 12 ft. high structure, located near 2500 W., 600 S., is expected to be completed by the end of April.