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    • 1927 97

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    • STOCK JUDGING TOCK Judging is listed this year for the first time as a Student Body Activity. As such it warrants honorable mention. The college team became the undisputed cham-pions of the state by defeating the mother institution, and the high...
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    • Note. - ..The map of t h e mid 1870's shows the following s t r e e t s : 100 East--High S t r e e t , 200 East--Franklin S t r e e t , 300 East-Whittaker S t r e e t . 400 East--Walker S t r e e t , Center Street-Water S t r e e t , 200...
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    • Dec. 14. 1892. ..Committee on City Hall presented the following bill and, on motion of Councilman L . W . Jones, said bill was allowed and Auditor instructed to issue warrants for the several amounts for labor on City Hall to December 14,...
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    • Entering, cause . 5 0 Warrant Affidavit for charge of venue Filing paper Venue for jury Subpoena for witnesses Transcript of docket Swearing of jury Swearing eight witnesses @ . 1 0 Attendance of 2 days @ 3 . 0 0 Total justice's Costs Marshal's...
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    • Location: Jan. each Dec. City July Hall Feb. Southwest Coi i 30, 1888...Motion that the City Hall be built 40 feet f R the fence 8. way and that dimensions be 3,5' x 2 ' 14, 1892...The bill was a llowed and warrants issued for lbor on the r day....
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    • Jan. 1902.. .Elected officers for 1902-3: Mayor: Councilmen: Thomas J . Jones Myron D . Higbee Samuel T . Leigh William Houchen Jethro Palmer Thomas Webster Robert Heyborne Nellie Stump Thomas Urie Charles M. Ahlstrom Thomas Urie Joseph Stevenson...
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    • The appointments for the outstanding committees were made as follows: Finance M. D. Higbee R. A. Thorley J. G. Pace P u b l i c Grounds Judiciary M. D. Higbee J. G. Pace R. A. Thorley I r r i g a t i o n & Waterworks Claims H. W. L e i g h M. D....
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    • conditions under which Mrs. Bell would present the said hearse to the City were: a shed or some suitable building be provided by the City for its care and protection, and that i t be used for rich and poor alike and not for any financial gain....
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    • May 4. 1 9 1 6 . . .Thomas Stapley declined the appointment as Dog Tax Collector. Carl Burkholder was appointed. Marshal was instructed to notify people that ditches will not be allowed across sidewalks and that pipe o r box flumes must be...
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    • Nov. 3 , 1917 ... A committee of band members headed by Mr. Roylance met with the Council and presented a request for an appropriation of about $365 to purchase instruments to make a complete band, and agreed that the band would serve the City free...
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    • specific sum to he used in the purchase of necessary rightof-way and depot g r o u n d s . ...a n d t h e City T r e a s u r e r is hereby authorized and empowered to pay to the p r o p e r p e r s o n , p e r s o n s , o r committee, upon...
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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...
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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...
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    • . CEDAR CITY CORPORATION Summary of Receipts and Disbursements For the Year ending December 31, 1 9 4 3 Sever Connection Fees 1,331.46 2,647.90 Swimming Pool Receipts 450.00 A x p o r t Rental Iron Co. Airport Payment 1,899.93 State of Ut.,...
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    • "turn up their coat collars and, as much as posible, tum their backs to the storm until it passed over." The Federal officers were clearly determined to stand by each other and manipulate the machinery of govemment for the oppression of the...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 65 the Centennial Park community felt safe from government intervention in their lives, the members of the community understood that by living a lifestyle that is against the law, they were at risk of not being allowed to live...
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    • 16 to respond confirms the presence of LD, and persistence of the academic problem then warrants special education” (2003, p. 139). Screening and Progress Monitoring The basis for determining student need begins with universal screening. Accurate...

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