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VOLUME 3. NUMBER 6 rfo-ftnrff Insurance Jo Go nfO GnGtf On January ?, 1974 by Linda Bangs ton No Fault Insurance will be new for Utahn's beginning Jan. 1, 1974. One needs to understand several important aspects of "No Fault" when purchasing New Automobile insurance come Jan. 1, 1974. "No Fault" has received much national and state attention during the last several years. At the national scene, Congress has multiple of proposals for a national "No Fault" plan. The most widely accepted of these is the Magnusen Plan. Efforts to resolve jurid-dictional conflicts of the National No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act (S. 554), now reported by the Senate Commerce committee, are underway. The bill does contain several legal issues within the jurisdiction of the Senate Judiciary Committee. However, Senate referral of a similar bill to Judiciary last year resulted in no Committee action and that bill's death at UTC Security Gives Violations Miming The Security Officer has found that a number of traffic rules have been violated frequently during the last few weeks. The following are violations and should not be done: Parking in visitors parking out of a parking stall, (Not being between two yellow lines); parking in the TRADEWIND UTAH the end of the sessioa Sea Magnuson (Wash,) Chairman of the Commerce Committee, is concerned that referral of S 354 to Judiciary would result in a repeat performance. The Senator has indicated he is willing to see the bill referred to Judiciary if he can be assured of Full Senate vote this session. The bill establishes a nationwide system of no-fault insurance to provide prompt and adequate benefits for all persons injured in motor vehicle accidents. It would permit each State to pass and regulate its own plan for no-fault insurance laws provided it meets or exceeds minimum national standards. No Fault insurance has the same type of requirements as other insurance. It isn't a separate policy, it is a provision within a regular policy. Senator Dean says, "I am very much in favor of No Fault and I feel we didn't go near far enough. driveways, students parking in the Faculty areas, and cars taking up more than one parking stall. For each of these violations a ticket will be issued and if the same car is found a second time, it will be towed away at the owners expense. TECHNICAL COLLEGEPROVO I Ml I on n nr rTT wot mm&y Mm v Good News!! UTC will offer three very practical,down-to-earth courses for any and everyone Winter Quarter. A new FAMILY LIFE program heading will be listed under General Education and will offer the following classes. How to Manage Time, Energy, and Money (TEAM), FL131. This will be a team teaching approach to the topics listed and will be taught by Clavell Raty, who has had considerable experience in teaching efficient management of time and energy for better living, whether you live alone or with others; and by Dwight Cotton, whose dynamic instruction in getting the most for your dollars has been very popular with students at UTC. Carol Hoover and others will add their expertise in teaching what they specialize in. Topics will include money management; choosing a place to live, housekeeping tips, home decoration and furnishing; new fabrics, purchase and care of clothing; and, shortcuts for buying food and preparing meals. The goal will be for each student to develop and use skills for best use of his limited time, energy, money, and other resources to achieve the kind of life style he desires. Two great classes will be taught by Ramah Mortensen. A Budget Food Preparation, FL121, class and accompanying food lab experience will emphasize streamlined preparation and serving of attractive and well-balanced meals that satisfy without fracturing the budget With all the things everyone gets involved in these days, it UTC Schedules Indian Week Utah Technical College at Provo will stage its second annual Indian Week Nov. 26 through 30, according to Jerry Davidson, director of the Indian program for the institution.Utah Tech now has over SO Indian students, said Mr. Davidson, of whom about 90 percent are Navajo and the rest Hopis, with two Kickapoos from Mexico. Mr. Davidson last year became a full-time director of the Indian students, handling special classes and supervising a program designed to make the school more attractive for them, help them merge into the white (Continued on page! coL 1) takes smart buying and lots of tricks for preparing ahead, and doing two or more things at once. Also, fad diets and counter-claims regarding safety of our food supply and how well it meets our health needs are abundant everywhere. With such a huge chunk of everyone's take-home money going unavoidably for food, what could be more timely and practical than this course with cooking experience to follow through with what s learned. Class will meet Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 till 1. The other class Mrs. Mortensen will teach in the Family Life Department is Family Relations Parent-Child. FL205. All of us are involved in living with others, and most of our life it is as a parent, a child, or both. Children should be given responsibilities at a very early age (withguidance). 15-Yeor-GId Guru Begins ..arching .0 f.lillenium by John Christ Guru, Maharaj Ji, one of the most controversial and perhaps richest religious figures in the United States, may either be the greatest conman in the recent history of the world. The 15-year-old guru was born Prem Pal Singh Rawat on December 10, 1957 in Ha r id-war, India, the youngest son of the then-Perfect Master. On his father's death, the boy declared that the spirit of his father had been transmitted to him. Today he is the central figure in a religious movement that claims six million followers worldwide. At the core . of the guru's teachings is the concept that all men possess, and are bound together by, an innate spiritual perfection. The role of the Perfect Master is to reveal this perfection to every man. It is his goal to give each man an individual religious experience in which he is "shown his soul". According to the Maharaj Ji's followers, after this "direct experience of God", a person naturally becomes more peaceful and loving. The guru's advocates see a world based on peace and luve as the direct result of bis teachings. In order to reach this goal, Carol Hoover, Clavell New Family Life Maharaj Ji (a name meaning "great king") is planning to hold a religous festival in the Astrodome, called Millenium "73, on November 8-9-10. It is of iEuMtts Nov. 20 Thanksgiving Dinner 25c Nov. 22-25 Thanksgiving Holiday Nov. 28, 29 BB Elko College here Nov. 29 PBL Rollerskating Party Nov. 30 BB UTC at Dixie College Dec. I ... BB at SUSC Frosh FRIDAY NOVEMBER. 16, 1973 mmm ,Y ' ,., . . Raty, Ramah Morten Department Ins true tor. supposed to signify the beginning of a thousand years of peace and harmony which the guru will bring to the world through his teachings. - - - '
|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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