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    • Senior Dignity BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward progress. but through perseverance \ve have suc­ceeded. r-';'our seemingly short years...
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    • The Council i n s t r u c t e d the Committee on Public Grounds a n d City Property to purchase properties immediately from Louis R . Chaffin, George Hunter, and Thomas Thorley for use of t h e City in their e n t r i e s adjacent to Cedar City....
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    • reservoir had sunk so that water could not be same, and strongly recommended a thorough consideration of the difficulty now confronting and urged that a thorough and permanent job be reservoir. held in the and careful the Council, made on...
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    • the two Boards of Directors had met together and had decided that i t was now too late in the season to make the change this year. S . C. Bell's application for a Pool Hall license was read and discussed. Motion Councilman Pace that said...
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    • Jan. 5 , 1933.. .The City Manager discussed the report received from L . A . Wilson which handled the question. "Why Cedar City should refuse to renew the electric power franchise?" Jan. 12, 1933.. .William J. McConnell and Henry Houchen filed a...
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    • proposed by the nine southern counties. Unanimous. Mayor Whetten reviewed t h e meeting he had held with Metamora Craft a n d Morton Metalcraft Companies regarding these industries moving into Cedar City. Dec. 2 1 , 1 9 7 2 . . .Mayor authorized to...
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    • more full report from this expedition at a future day; although the party did not go over the rim of the Basin or extend their research to a very great extent beyond that of last season. One of the greatest evils we have heard reported is the...
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    • Beuna Vista leavirlg Liverpool Fch. 25, 1849, under the direction of Elder Dan Jones, with 249 \Vclch S a i n t on hoard.' Their destination wnc New Orlea~is, Louisiana, in the United Stntrs of .\merica. Thomas Jeremy, m e of the company, dcseribed...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 55 While members of the Centennial Park community recognized that there are differences between their way of life and the way people in mainstream America live, they believe that outsiders do not view them as real people....
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 91 Although nothing can replace the loss of a parent, the loss was made easier because of the strength of the family and the closeness of the community. After returning to the other dinner guests, we all talked about their...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 93 Park. These polygamists considered themselves to be good people and it was emotionally painful for them when they felt unfairly characterized by people who were ignorant of their culture or actively and knowingly...
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    • Event managers believe the Internet is a great source for marketing all events, while participants say this method is only effective for tourists. Managers also rely on television and radio advertising, but attendees said word of mouth and past...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 9 the system allowed for slight modifications to fit the needs of the course itself. Students seemed to adapt well to the new environment. The I-Text system was successful on many levels. Modifications to the...
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    • Fishback Intern 13 higher morale, more commitment to the organization, and greater productivity than those work groups directed by authoritarian leaders‖ (Pratt & Eitzen 1989). Democratic leaders are supportive. They are considerate of the needs...
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    • Fishback Intern 28 Ernest Bormann's Symbolic Convergence Theory offers a promising method of looking at small group interaction and cohesiveness. When individuals who are not familiar with each other come together for the sake of achieving a common...
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    • Fishback Intern 31 How do we know when we are in the box? Generally, it is when we are feeling some kind of negative emotion. When we are in the box we are insincere, or we feel angry or punishing, or we try to manipulate or "put up‖ with people...
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    • 30 Chapter 2 Planning for Web Design to illustrate content or when they themselves are the content you wish to provide. But don’t use images just to “pretty the pages up.” 7. Implementing link indirection, interception or redirection. Never...
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    • The Human Element 8 These are just some of the aspects that one would need to understand in order to create a fitting response plan to deal with the workers. Knowing which of the cultural attitudes is most heavily present within this given company...
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    • The Human Element 33 community’s assets, and strengthen current and future community based projects, activities, and proposals,” (Kretzmann & McKnight, 2005, p. 1). This document provides various worksheets for analyzing the communication...

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