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Hearing on UTC Instructors-Underway fi. o mum Volume 8 No. 7 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM November 2, 1979 Mtmm Preliminary Hearing Continues Through Today by Naomi Lewis The three former UTC teachers, Shirl R. Groneman, 35; Dean W. Killpack, 63; and Wallace Henrie, 56 charged with Grand Larceny of a D343 Engine, appeared before Judge Dimmick in a preliminary hearing Monday morning, Oct. 29. The preceedings began with the prosecution calling Robert Everly of UTC campus police to the stand. Mr. Everly gave testimony regarding an inventory he did on the engine allegedly stolen. He said he could identify the engine by the serial number and two paint marks he placed on the Newsline By Alan Jones PRICES INCREASE ANOTHER 1.1 PERCENT WASHINGTON - Pushed by higher prices for food, fuel and housing, consumer prices increased 1.1 percent in September as inflation continued above a 13 precent annual rate, the government said Friday. At the same time, it reported that the purchasing power of workers' paychecks declined another 0.7 percent during the month and was down by 4.4 percent from a year earlier. There was nothing in the September price report to indicate any improvement in the nation's highly disturbing rate of inflation. It matched Augusts 1.1 percent increase and was the ninth month this year that prices have increased by about 1 percent. SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT KILLED SEOUL, South Korea- The South Korean government appealed for calm Saturday and stationed more than 12,000 soldiers throughout Seoul to guard a capital shaken by the slaying of President Park Chung-hee. As officials paid their respects at the closed coffin holding Park's bullet riddled body, the Korean people were still unsure of just how or why their 62-year-old strongman president was shot to death Friday night. The government said the president's death was an accident, but rumors and speculation were rampant Saturday that the killings were part of an assassination plot. President Park Chung-hee was shot by Korean Central Intelligence Agency Kim Jae-kyu when Kim began firing a pistal during a heated argument at dinner. Park's chief bodyguard and four other security men also were killed. EPA PLEDGES NO GENEVA CLOSURE DENVER, Colo.- The Environmental Protection Agency will not shut down U. S. Steel's Geneva Works at Orem, says the regional director of the agency. The regional director, Roger L. Williams, made that pledge in an open letter to "employees of Geneva Steel, their families, their friends, and citizens of Utah County," released Friday. Williams said he has recieved several thousand letters from people concerned about the possible closure of the plant. The letter writters "urged EPA to be reasonable and not to demand the installation of air pollution control equipment that would finally break Geneva." Williams responded to complaints that EPA has not spelled out its position publicly by saying open debate with U. S. Steel was avoided "because EPA wants to do everything possible to successfully negotiate with U. S. Steel and the State of Utah. v . : engine at the time of the inventory. The next witness called by the prosecution was John Crandall, an instructor of diesel mechanics, who has had 18 months experience in selling diesel parts. He estimated theengine to be worth $10,000. The prosecution then called Spense Crosby who is in his ninth year in the Diesel Mechanics Department at UTC testified that the engine in question was at the school when he started working at UTC. Reed R. Allen, Purchasing agent for UTC since 1972 was called next by the prosecution to establish that there is a written policy concerning requisition of goods for the college. He testified that he has had to speak to Mr. Killpack and Mr. Groneman about this policy in the past. Giving things away is prohibited. He said that loans from the college are left up to the department heads. The defense called L.C. Nelson, of 124 West 40( South, Orem. Mr. Nelso is the owner of L.C. Nelson Construction Company. He testified that he has had dealings with Shirl Groneman and Dean Killpack at UTC for six years and there have been trades and loans between his company and the college throughout this period of time. The hearing was adjourned until 2 p.m. Friday, in eighth circuit court in Orem. All three men have pled innocent to the charges. Bob Welti A long range weather forecast? Maybe, but Bob Welti spends much of his working day as a partner in Welti and Call Advertising and Public Relations. Because of his KCPX - TV Weatherman Bob- Welti will address UTC students as part of the Business Lecture Series oniuesd-y, November 6 at 10 a.m. in BU : 126.: (-. :" :,"',: Business Office Secretary Kathleen Norda leaves her mark on George Tanner, UTC Library Manager. They were joined by witches and monsters, who on every day of the year except Halloween, can be recognized as members of the Faculty & Staff. Photo by Richard Braun. to Speak success in the advertising field and his popularity on the TV screen, he is a much sought after speaker. Mr. Welti has consented' to be UTC's guest in our Business X 4 at UTC Nov. 6 Lecture Series. He will speak this coming Tuesday, Nov. 6atl0a.m. in BU 126. Anyone interested in hearing Mr. Welti is invited. Bob Welti has been seen on the TV screens of the Intermountain area perhaps longer and more consistently than any other TV personality. During his 20 some years of weather broadcasting, his program has been the most popular show of its type, often obtaining ratings in the top ten, which means more popular than many top network shows. Bob is one of the true television pioneers, starting at KCPX-TV back in 1947, when the call letters were Experimental Station W- SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Nov. 3 Womens' Volleyball, UTC at Dixie Nov. 5-12 Minority Week Nov. 8 Pre-Ski Dance. 8:00 p.m. Ski films, door prizes. Student Center Cafeteria Nov. 9 Pablo Cruise in the Marriott Center Tickets on sale in the Student Center Office Nov. 12 A Night at the Races. 8 p.m. in the Cafeteria Nov. 17 Prefefence Dinner Dance "Wishing on a Star" Semi-formal ' 6XIS. He worked his way from Prop Man to Announcer, to Director, to Production Manager. He and sportcaster buddy, Paul James, came to KSL-TV in the summer of 1965. Bob got his weather training and experience as a pilot in the United States Navy during World War II and keeps up to date on latest weather developments daily at briefings at the United States Weather Bureau Regional Office. Bob and his wife Georgia, have five daughters. His daughter, Susan, attended UTC-Provo a few years ago. We are pleased to have Mr. Welti come on our campus. Put next Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. on your calendar.
|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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