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c A Volume 1 1 Number 6 The Official Student Newspaper of Utah Technical College at ProvoOrem, P.O. Box 1609, Provo, Utah 84603 Friday, October 28, 1983 P A , z i V Body of UTC Coed Found The Utah County Sheriff's 'Department has identified the body of a UTC woman found Saturday by two hunters in mountains east of Springville. According to the department, Patrice Patterson, 28, was found dead Saturday evening at 5:30, an apparent victim of exposure. "The state medical examiner's office in Salt Lake City was unable to determine an exact cause of death, but Industrial Park Plans Show 3,000 Job Possibilities The Timpanogos Golf Course wOl soon become Provo's new Industrial in developing in the area. However, they will not release any names, By Don Aitken The south end of Provo will be getting a face-lift in the near future, compliments of the new industrial complex expected to cover 250-300 acres of land. "The image of the complex will be highly unique, being one of only two or three that I know of in the whole country." says Mike Majewski, Economic Development Coordinator for Provo. The landscaping of the complex and a lush golf course next to it can only be an improvement. It is anticipated that the development will create as many as 3000 jobs for the area, depending on the type of industry. Manufacturing or assembly cliental may create more than that. It hasn't been said who the new commerce will be, but businesses that would like to stay in Provo are getting most of the attention. Development on the complex has started but costs for total development are still unknown. Sewer and water, contouring, and the alignment of 900 E. and 920 E. are still to come. The site for the complex will be the Timpanogos Golf Course, located just east of University Avenue and stretching from 900 S. to about 1900 S. The moving of the course and the construction of a clubhouse will cost approximately $3.4 million. there is no indication of foul play," Provo Detective Gary Miner said. Miner said Ms. Patterson, missing since last April, was found dressed in light clothing. He said a search for the victim conducted shortly after her disappearance had revealed no clues as to her whereabouts. Ms. Patterson was a student at Utah Technical College when she disappeared. - 4-5 1 "A I Construction could start in the near future on the Provo Industrial Park. A tourist information center will be part of the park, phoio by Don Aitken. The golf course is to be moved south of where it is now, over the old city landfill. It seems this is a good site for the course for a couple of reasons. Mr. Majewski says that it will be chaper to put the course there because the city already owns the land, and secondly, it will add to the atmosphere of the complex. Why not put the complex over the old city landfill and leave the golf course where it is? Mere location is the main thing Park. City fathers say many companies have expressed interest photo by Kim Paramore. Interstate accessibility would be hampered if the complex were put further south. Moreover, ground settling may still occur in the old landfill; a bane to architects. Equally important are the methane pockets that may exist. "Methane pockets won't hurt a golf course like they will buildings," comments Mr. Majewski. The golf course will be moved accordingly with the phases of development for the complex. The Tourist and Information Center is also to be moved to another suitable location to keep tourism in the immediate area. Mayor James Ferguson hopes to have the major issues worked out by the first week in November, that is, design work, property aquisition and land pricing. He is also in hopes of getting a good blend of industrial and commercial clients. It is expected that 50 percent of the businesses will be fromout-of-state. Local Newsline Heritage Looks For Federal Grant By Brian Heritage Mountain Resort, long a controversial project, has been given a new hope of survival as financing processes are being finalized to draw funding from an Urban Development Action Grant. The four season resort, when completed, will feature nearly 80 ski runs with over 20 chairlifts and gondolas. A 400 room motel and numerous restaurants will round out the 14 "theme" villages planned for the area. Hunter An Orem man was found dead in a campground on the Squaw Peak trail in Provo Canyon Monday, the second shooting fatality of the 1983 Utah deer hunting season. Both victims apparently-shot themselves accidentally. Provo police said Herbert J. Croft, 69, was found by another hunter about 11 a.m. Monday at the Hope Campground.Officers said Croft ap Judge Sworn In For Fourth District Cullen Y. Christensen, 62, who was appointed a 4th District Judge five weeks ago by Gov. Scott M. Matheson, was sworn in Monday during a ceremony in the Utah Supreme Court chambers. Christensen replaces Judge Allen B. Sorensen who retired effective Sunday consistent with Utah law, which sets retirement age for justices at 70. Christensen fills Soren-sen's unexpired term and will be required to run for the office in the 1984 general election. The new judge was a part Deer Hunt By Brian C. Nutter Deer herds in many parts of the state have been building up over the past few years and this years hunt was expected to be a good one. Unfortunately many hunters have been disappointed. Statistics have shown that this years hunt is only fair. With over 25,000 hunters being checked on the opening days only slightly more than 4,000 had been successful. These results taken from seven checking stations in Northern and Central Utah show the five year average to' be up by about 1.9 percent. C. Nutter The massive project which gained preliminary approval from Provo City Council in 1978. Since then it has undergone several changes in sponsorship and planning changes to meet approval from the U.S. Forest Service. However, at present it appears that both funding and construction requirements are being successfully met. If all goes, according to plan, it is expected that a few ski lifts and a day lodge may be open as early as next year. Dies parently shot himself accident allv earlv Monday and died from a gunshot wound in the abdomen. The body was taken to the state medical examiner's office for an autopsy. On the opening day of the hunt Saturday, Grayson Whit ney, 30, Salt Lake City, died from a gunshot wound in the thigh while hunting near the west fork of the Duchesne River in Duchesne County. ner in the Provo law firm of Christensen, Taylor and Moody. The native of Manti graduated with a law degree from George Washington University Law School in 1948 and was admitted to the Utah State Bar in 1949. Before administering the oath to Christensen, Chief Justice Gordon R. Hall recognized Christensen for his many years as an attorney who practiced in many Utah courts Also praising the new judge were Justices Richard C. Howe and Christine M. Durham. Only Fair The major cause for the decline in this years bag ratio is mostly blamed on the closing of several roads due to the floods of last spring. Not being able to hunt in familiar areas has caused many hunters to come home skunked. Several areas that have not been well hunted in past vears have been well used this year and quite successfully as herds have built up in these areas. The inaccessible areas of this years hunt will have time to develoD better herds for future years and it is expected! that no overkill or overgrowth will develop.
|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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