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    • 1916 82

    • 1916 82
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    • We Wonder If Barton's suit is guaranteed to vvear. If Bowen wears glasses for style, why he don't get the latest. If the school city will ever 'yvin a case.-\i\Toolley. If Mr. Janson walks hOll1e with Miss Decker for exerCIse or for safety. If Lura...
    • World War II, Bavaria

    • World War II, Bavaria
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Photographs
    • Bavaria, summer 1945. Tall stakes at left and right in photograph are for the growing of hops, which are used in the brewing of beer. Many such fields were seen in southern Germany. Crop in the foreground is probably oats. (See "World War II as...
    • World War II, Munich

    • World War II, Munich
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Photographs
    • The famous "Beer Garden" where the attempt was made on Hitler's life in 1939 was marked as possible Headquarters for the 157th Infantry, Munich, Germany. (See "World War II as Viewed from My Foxhole" by Jasper Louis Crawford, p. 128)
    • World War II, Munich

    • World War II, Munich
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Photographs
    • The famous "Beer Garden" where the attempt was made on Hitler's life in 1939 was marked as possible Headquarters for the 157th Infantry, but it wasn't used, Munich, Germany. (See "World War II as Viewed from My Foxhole" by Jasper Louis Crawford, p....
    • San Rafael Swell -- Eagle Canyon Arch

    • San Rafael Swell -- Eagle Canyon Arch
    • Emery County (Utah); San Rafael Swell; Rock Formations; Arches; Eagle Canyon Arch; Beer Stien Arch
    • Erosion in the San Rafael Swell has left many interestingly shaped rock formations, many of which look like common items used in life. This, for instance, resembles a beer stien and is called Beer Stien Arch, but officially named Eagle Canyon Arch
    • Page 141

    • Page 141
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    • renewal of said license if all the provisions of the ordinances of the City had been complied with, as there was no prohibitory ordinance; a n d , to license one person and refuse another, both of equal standing, would be conferring special...
    • Page 291

    • Page 291
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 1. 1934.. .Mayor and Council met with the outgoing Mayor and Council a t 12 noon. After making his report and recommendations to the incoming Mayor and Council, Mayor Granger t u r n e d the meeting...
    • Page 295

    • Page 295
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    • Dec. 31, 1934.. .On motion of Councilman Thorley, the following applications for beer licenses for 1935 were granted: Harry's Cafe, Goodie Garden, Lunt's Cafe, Jax Cafe, Escalante Hotel, Southwestern Distributing Company, Burdett Distributing...
    • Page 298

    • Page 298
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    • March 1 9 , 1 9 3 6 . . . M r . John C. Isbell, owner and operator of Jax Billiard Parlor, met with the Council in relation to using his draught beer license for his cafe to sell beer in his pool hall. Approved. M r . G . A. Wood, Supervisor of the...
    • Page 329

    • Page 329
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    • Fireman's meeting regarding location. The Council authorized Fire Chief Grames to go ahead and submit plans as it now stands. Mayor Higbee discussed the problem of the water from the septic tanks. The matter was referred to the Public Property...
    • Page 330

    • Page 330
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    • Oct. 3, 1946.. .The decision was made to allow doctor's cars to be parked on Main Street and charge a fee of $5 per month for each doctor. Also, the decision was made t h a t there would be no f r e e parking allowed for Government Employees. Oct....
    • Page 352

    • Page 352
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    • Mar. 25, 1952.. .Motion by Councilman Lunt t h a t the water r a t e s be raised to $6.00 p e r q u a r t e r for 30.000 gallons minimum, a n d 18P p e r 1000 gallons from 30.000 to 80,000, a n d 16P p e r 1000 for all water usage over 80.000...
    • Page 372

    • Page 372
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    • Anderson to send a letter to t h e School Board advising them to get up-to-date on fire protection. Feb. 2 1 , 1958.. .Letters were sent to all City Employees stating in p a r t : No employee shall drink liquor, beer, o r any other intoxicant while...
    • Page 377

    • Page 377
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    • Sept. 3 , 1 9 5 9 . . .Motion by Councilman Schmutz to have R. B. Platt make UD the s~ecifications for the water line to the Quitchapah well, a n d place pipe for bid. (Accepted bid. March 1 9 6 0 - - 5 5 2 . 3 3 4 . ) ~ o v e r n m e n tfunds are...
    • Page 402

    • Page 402
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    • City Manager Anderson reported on the properties that may be available for an additional 9 holes for the Golf Course. Nov. 17, 1 9 6 6 . . . A letter was read from Governor Rampton about home fallout protection. Survey will be conducted to...
    • Page 426

    • Page 426
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    • having the r i g h t to control t h e animal. Licensing of dogs: Female--$lo, male--57.50, spayed dogs--$2. 50. a n d cats-$5.00. Salary increase for t h e City Mayor: Mayor was raised to $350 per month a n d City Councilmen raised to $200 p e r...

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