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    • Page 255

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    • take charge of all concrete work. Forms were not feasible because there was nothing to brace to; consequently, the walls were placed with a rather d r y mix, riither than poured. The first water turned into the reservoir c:aused a crack and a...
    • Page 261

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    • further that they will pay the taxes for 1925 and 1926, under protest, if the City would refund the sale of 1925 and costs and interest accrued in the sale of their property for sewer taxes, and give them a clear title. On motion of Raymond H ....
    • Page 268

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    • On motion of Councilman Frank B. Wood the following bills were allowed and the Recorder instructed to issue warrants for the same: Orson Haiaht Thomas Lawrence 8 E. Lawrence . Lester W Ford . Willard Perkins Ether Perry Dave Prvor Myles dams George...
    • Page 530

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    • Racquetball Building, 458 Radec Incorporated, 416 Railroad and Right-of-way, 117, 118, 237, 240, 241 (first train), 242 (Presidential Train], 243, 260 (Depot), 501 Railroad, Cedar Canyon, 118 Rampton. Governor Calvin (Utah1, 402, 403 Randall, Max,...
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    • Veteran's Training Program, 330 Veterans of Foreign Wars Monument, 436 Veterans of World War I, 386 Vickers, Evan, 464 Virgin River, 486, 488 Von Thein, C. F., 266 W P A. IFUblic Works), 280, 285, .. 292, 295 (City Reserva~rl,305, 307 (hourly...
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    • July 19. 1934.. .The claim of Roy Davis for $35 damages to his son. Hugh, who fell in the sewer trench on Second West before the pipe was laid and covered, was read. Attorney Shay recommended that the claim be paid. Macfarlane, Leigh and Thorley...
    • 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...
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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 299

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    • The following people were paid for work on the Reservoir: Royal Gardner James Hunter Bill Adams Omin Green Roy Urie George Cason Ralph Green Peter Shirts Lorin Hirschi Bert Keele E B. Dalley . Theo Perry George Bacon Horace Miller Vivian Ashdown...
    • Page 251

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    • Enorh, Utah 91, 1I8 Escalante Desert 78. 118. 146. 119. 157 .. Escalante, Father 79, 81 Escalante Mountain 98 Escalante Oil & Dev. Co. 232 Escalante Project 159, 160 Escalante. Utah 77, 78, 99 Esplin, Charler 179 Evan, Ahel6 Evans, Dave 30 Eutaw...
    • 1901, Sep 6

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    • Fri. Sept. 6, 1901: Ther. pleasant., Wea. Clear, Windy, I left Paragonah about noon and went with James Robinson Jr. to the head of Red Creek to herd sheep. I took the herd about 3-30 pm John L. Robinson is my camp Boss. Our camp is about ¾ of a...
    • 1901, Sep 10

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    • Tues. Sept. 10, 1901: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, John L. Came back this evening. he brought me several letters. We camped the sheep west of camp and carried our bed out there. President McKinley has been shoot by some Secret Society member. 84) ...
    • 1901, Sep 12

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    • Thurs. Sept. 12, 1901: Ther. Ice this morning, Warm., Wea. Partly Cloudy Herded on the east side of the reservoir, and over the hill toward Little Creek. It has just been four months today since I left home. 86) Friday 13: Ther. Pleasant, Wea....
    • 1901, Oct 24

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    • Thurs. Oct. 24, 1901: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Ptly. Cloudy light sprinkle, Watered at the same place and camped in the valley a short distance west, I took both dinner and supper at the other camp with Jos. Lister and Rye Dunton. This is my 100th...
    • 1901, Oct 28

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    • Mon. Oct. 28, 1901: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Ptly Cloudy, Watered at the farm again and camped near the south-east corner. John & Thomas brought the sheep wagon out to me tonight. Jos. Lister camped with me. J & T. went back home. 114) Tuesday 29: +...
    • Page 350

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    • cents per ton and one of 1 2 , 0 0 0 tons at 85 cents per ton. If the Bond Election, on September 4 , 1951, goes over the City will pay for the full 1 8 , 0 0 0 tons, if it does not go over they will only have to pay for the 6000 tons. Gravel to be...
    • Page 366

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    • request to the Council for the Highway Association 9 1 ( a committee made up of people from cities between Nephi and Las Vegas) to study the new highway problem. M r . Jenson states that this cross-country highway from Green River to Zion Junction...
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    • March 15. 1 9 5 6 . . .Bids for a new water line, from Main Street to 400 East. were opened. The bid was for 2,000 feet of 8" pipe. J . V. Adams and Chester Parry bid $1.460. which was accepted by the Council. April 5. 1956.. . D . C. Schmutz met...
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    • for Monday, but some of the property owners decided to p u t the sewer in before the oiling was done. The road oiling was postponed until later this summer. The Council discussed the disposal of the sewage water. Something has to be done soon. The...

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