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ASUTC Social Vice Pres. Resigns From Office By Lisa Dobson Jeff Johnson, elected Social Vice President of the Associated Students of Utah Technical College submitted an official letter of resignation dated Feb. 1. to Studentbody President Lee Barrus and Council members. Johnson, who has expressed dissatisfaction with his position for several months, made a final decision during the controversy of the Mark McCollum performance. "We'll probably be hurt by not having Jeff Volume 8 No. 18 Newsline Prayers are back in Boston Schools Fifteen years ago, February 5, prayers in Boston schools were abolished. Today they are back. For just how long, it has not been decided.. The Civil Liberties Union says it is planning on challenging this new law. "The law is definately unconstitutional and the sooner we get before the court, the better." said John Roberts, executive director of the Civil Liberties Union. They are planning on opposing the religious activities in school. Sonja Johnson Believed her Membership was Safe Sonja Johnson never believed that the Mormon church would take her membership away from her. Sonja was in Salt Lake City this week to speak to a Utah ERA group. Ms. Johnson, now separated from her husband who was said to have promised to stand by her in her stand, says that she is not trying to change the Churches stand on the ratifications of the ERA and oppose the LDS Church's anti-ERA lobbying. She claims to still sustain Spencer Kimball as the Prophet of the church and wished he would "Pray for a revelation on the ERA stand." Sonja added that she is appealing her excommunication.NBC, New York Times, and Newsday Scoop Judicial Department Undercover FBI agents posed as Arabs for weeks to try to capture evidence on congressmen believed to be taking bribes. However, in two Winnebagos parked outside a large house in the northwest section of Washington, these three presses with a crew of technicians with cameras equipped with "Night Vision" lenses that can amplify available light up to 30,000 times photographed the goings on through the tinted windows and black-out curtains of the vans. Bundy is Back in the News A nervous Theodore Bundy appeared in court the other day. Fidgety, on edge, and unable to sit still, he shuffled the legal papers in front of him. Yet by the time the court had recessed for the day, a grinning Bundy left the courtroom but not before raising his fist in the air like a triumphant boxer. What calmed Bundy was Circut Court Judge Wallace M. Jopling, who decided to allow the jury to hear tape recordings that captured two hypnotic trances of an alledged wittness to the abducting of the 12 year old Bundy is on trial for murdering. His defense is expected to wind up later this week. Men Only in the Draft-A Thing of the Past? President Carter is said to be leaning to drafting women. Religious leaders attending the meeting held at the White House said they were told the "primary age" group for the draft was the 18-20 year old women as they are not yet into their careers and that they make up over 4-5 million youths who may be eligible for the draft. They also said that registration of this age group will be more acceptable politically if proposed by Carter. The final decision on this will be released later this week. around," said Student Council Advisor Tom Hover. "His talents will be missed a lot. He just didn't feel the democratic processes were the way they should be." The Student Council is discussing plans for compensation of the loss. A new Social Vice President will probably not be considered at this point, said Tom Hover. The Council will have to divide up the responsibilities. ICC President Steve Day has been asked to consider some of the work load. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER Johnson brought more diversified activities to UTC. The night club series, rock concerts, and dances under his office were all considered to be successful. Mr. Johnson's letter of resignation reads in part: "Absolute power always corrupts absolutely. Having witnessed the desolu-tion of the democratic process at UTC, I feel that I can no longer honestly and effectively serve the students as their representative. Therefore, as of this date Simultaneous Mishaps in Auto Trades Injure Two Students On Feb. 5 two men were injured in simutaneous but unrelated accidents in UTC's Auto Trades building. At approximately 2 p.m. Rick Coholan, a Diesel Mechanics Major was cutting sheet metal in the welding area when his fingers were trapped between a piece of metal and a sefety clamp. Three of his fingers on one hand and two on the other were clipped. One finger was severed below the finger nail. The others were severed in the center or top of the nail. According to Machine Shop instructor Ken Ewell, Coholan left the room with a fellow student for a short time before notifying anyone 1 I . . J " i " .0 vxTi Patrick Painter is one of the few graduates of a two-year accounting program to pass CPA exam. I resign my position as Social Vice President of the Associated Students of Utah Technical College.UTC is a great college. It is my hope that we all might be worthy of her. With hope for a better future, Jeff Johnson." Johnson plans to complete his winter quarter classes through correspondence. He moved to Oregon where he plans to wed former UTC cheerleader Anya Bischoff the end of the month. UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE of the accident. Ewell then took Coholan to another instructor, George Cunningham, who administered first aid until the paramedics came. Another accident involving Auto Mechanics major Lynn White, happened almost simultaneously only a few yards away in the next room. White was balancing a wheel when his knee came into contact with the balancing machine. The machine, which was spinning at 70 mph tore a five centimeter gash in White's left knee. Both students were treated at the scene by paramedics and then transferred to Utah Valley Hospital. ASUTC Social V. P. Jeff Johnson submitted a letter of resignation last Thursday to ASUTC Council Members. Resignation was official as of Friday Feb. 6. PROVOOREM 3i Machine shop instructor Ken Ewell demonstrates how student Rick Coholan injured hands in an accident which occured Tuesday. Photo by Scott Hancock Tech Grad One of Few To Pass National CPA Exam Patrick Painter, a two-year accounting graduate of Utah Technical College at Provo-Orem from Nephi received word Tuesday that he had passed all five elements in the national CP. A. exam. He is one of the few graduates of a two-year accounting program who has passed the Certified Public Accountant exam. Painter became the first graduate from Utah Technical College to pass the exam on the first try. The nationwide passing rate for all five elements of the examination on the first try is from eight to ten out of every hundred students who take the iruarv lest. "He has the dedication that most students never have," said Dr. Lars Crandall, head of the accounting department in the UTC School of Business. "And we are very pleased that a graduate from our program who completed the preparation course was able to accomplish this remarkable achievement. His test scores were very high." Painter attributes much of his success to hard work and the strong moral support of his family, friends, and what he calls the "personalization of the college".
|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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