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    • Page 92

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    • P a g e | 92 VTR #4: BISHOP DESMOND TUTU TUTU: We also have something in our African culture we call Ubuntu. Ubuntu, the essence of being human and that to forgive is not just being altruistic but it is the best form of self VTR #5 : BILL CLINTON...
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    • P a g e | 93 others. * D JOLLEY: When a human being reaches out, and honestly shows respect and dignity for another, he effectively becomes more human, and strengthens not only himself but also other, the family, and community, thus, strengthening...
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    • P a g e | 94 VTR #8: GENOCIDE VIDEO C. JOLLEY: History has taught us that Ubuntu depletes by industrialization and urbanization, and these factors do not heed human needs but rolls forth to trample the sensitivities of human beings. VTR #8A: BLACK...
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    • P a g e | 95 us. So, I hope we can accept a wonderful truth - we are family. We are family, if we could care to believe this we would realize that to care about the other is not being altruistic but it is the best form of self-interest. That...
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    • P a g e | 96 PASSBOOK, CUT TO UBUNTU criticize the unfair abuser, she would scold me, with large white eyes, and say that it was not the right thing to do. She said that I should always remember that I must choose the right thing regardless of what...
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    • P a g e | 97 resisted they beat her with their clubs. Her ‗doek‘ (headscarf) fell off her head—they beat her some more. They threw her in the back of the police van and speedily drove away. For a few moments I was frozen by the horrific sight...
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    • P a g e | 98 THROUGH UBUNTU Vtr #20: CREDITS: Background music retrieved from Backtraaxx royalty free digital music owned by D. Jolley. Clarence L. Jolley – Voiceover Creative roots – women‘s day South Africa – women resist the pass laws:...
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    • Winona Hunter, Carmen Carpenter, Shirley Neeley, Paul Lunt, Milton JoIIev- Senior President—Milton Jolley . . . . boosting him— Carmen Carpenter, Vice President; \Vinona Hunter, Secretary; Paul Lunt and Shirley Neeley, Representa-tives . . . ....
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    • WINONA HUNTER MILTON JOLLEY HENRIETTA JONES QUINN JONES IONE JACKSON RAE JOLLEY D. ELDON LUNT DONALD LAMOREAUX GEORGE LAWRENCE PAUL LUNT IRENE MOSDELL MAUDE MUMFORD Lack not in musical or dramatic ability . . . . provided leading characters for...
    • 1899, Aug 11

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    • Fri. Aug. 11, 1899: Ther. pleasant, Wea. quite cloudy cut and grubbed brush for Rob ½ day Saturday 12: Ther. warm, Wea. wind from west clouds helped Will & BY. Jolley haul two loads of hay. went to Carmel. saw Uncle Moses, Uncle John Hall aunt...
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    • MARY EWING VAN ESPLIN COLLINS FIFE SHERMAN FITZGERALD FERN FOLSTER LUCILE FORD HOPE GILLIES HARRIET GOWER KENNETH GOWER WILMA GRANT PAUL GRIMSHAW MARY LEON HAIGHT NEVADA HAIGHT LUCY MARY HESS BILL HIGBEE ANN HOPKINS RUTH HOPKINS DWANE HUNTER NORINE...
    • 1899, Aug 23

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    • Wed. Aug. 23, 1899: Ther. noon 84º., warm, at Orderville, Wea. clear. I went to Orderville to tell Uncle Oliver about the drive on Kolob next week. took dinner with him and Uncle Crisses folks, went back to Rob’s ranch. Thursday 24: Ther....
    • 1899, Aug 29

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    • Tues. Aug. 29, 1899: Ther. cool´., Wea. cloudy Billy & I moved the Coop wheat from Harve Moncur’s to Hack Jolley’s grainery, I went to Orderville then back to the ranch Wednesday 30: Ther. warm. Wea. light clouds I came home to day over the...
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    • FLORIS GRAMES CARMA HAIGHT MELBA HASLAM DORIS JOLLEY AFTON JONES BETTY LOU JONES MARILYN JONES ZOLA JONES FRANCELLE LEIGH MARIAN LEIGH MARY CAROL LEIGH JUNE MENDENHALL MARJORIE MARSDEN CLARA JEAN NELSON LUDONIA NELSON COLLEEN PACE HENRY...
    • 1903, May 1

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    • Fri. May 1, 1903: + Wea. Thin clouds, south wind, Warm., Whirl-winds, Herded out towards the snake den. Wm L. Crawford, Clay Flat, Kane Co., Utah. 65) Saturday 2: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds. Wind, Wind, Wind.... Going to Pine to water. Saw Jim...
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    • June 9 , 1921.. .City disclaimed all responsibility in the death of two cows ( F . W . Leigh) and the burning out of 39 street lamps caused by the breaking of one of the street lighting wires. The City claimed that the construction of same is...
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    • ROLAND ESPLIN Cedar City Agriculture VODIS FIDEL Delta Home Economics BETTIE SLACK FISH Toquerville Chemistry DOROTHY GARDNER Cedar City Physical Science CLYDE GLEAVE Annabella Home Economics SARA MAE GLEAVE Annabella Dietetics AUDREY JEAN...
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    • Nova Viva . . . . outstanding high school pep club . . . . always on hand to cheer the team whether we won or lost . . . . smartly uniformed, they added mu< li to our school. NOVA VIVA PEP CLUB First row: Neeley. ( owan. Foster, Fd\var
    • 1908, cash account Aug 30

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    • Cash Account. Aug.-Sept.: Received. Paid. R.J. Jolley melon .25 2 Stereo views .25 [Thurs. Aug. 3] Brigham Dalton got his hand caught on the chain while loading the Cable the load slipped and the hook went thru his hand. I caught the brake...

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