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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1953 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian Riker County met at the Court House <br />in regular adjourned meeting at 9:00 o'clock A. M., Friday, January 9, 1953, with the follow- <br />ing members present: Commissioners W. C. Graves, Jr., Aubrey L. Waddell, H. C. Watts, <br />P. Hamilton and Allison Warren. Also present were S. N. Smith, Jr., Attorney, L. B. O'Steen, <br />Sheriff; E. E. Carter, Road & Bridge Superintendent and Douglas Baker, Clerk. <br />Minutes of December 2, 1952, were read and approved on Motion of Commissioner <br />Waddell, seconded by Commissioner Hamilton and carried. <br />Minutes of January 6, 1953, were read and approved on Motion of Commissioner <br />Hamilton, seconded by Commissioner Waddell and carried. <br />All old business having been taken care of, Chairman Graves then turned the <br />meeting over to Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Attorney, who asked for nominations for Chairman. <br />W. C. Graves, Jr. was nominated by Commissioner Waddell. Commissioner Warren <br />then moved that the nominations be closed and a unanimous ballot cast in favor of Commissioner <br />Graves as Chairman for the ensuing year, which was duly seconded and carried. - <br />Chairman Graves then took over the Chair. The next order of business was to <br />elect a Chairman pro tem and on motion of Commissioner Hamilton, seconded by Commissioner <br />Warren and carried, Aubrey L. Waddell was elected to serve as Chairman pro tem for the ensuing <br />year. <br />On Motion of Commissioner Hamilton, seconded by Commissioner Matta and unani- <br />mously carried, all other County Officers and employees were re-employed, salaries as follows: <br />NAME POSITION SALARY PER MONTH <br />Sherman N. Smith, Jr., of the firm <br />of Mitchell, Smith & Mitchell County Attorney $200.00 <br />E. E. Carter Road & Bridge Superintendent 1+00.00 <br />Douglas Baker Ex -officio Clerk to Board 250.00 <br />M A. Boudet <br />County Agent 200.00 (plus <br />f+ <br />Mrs. Anne Christensen <br />i <br />Elmer Harris <br />C. E. Strait <br />Otis M. Cobb <br />D. C. Smith <br />Otis M. Cobb <br />Robert W. Mahaffey <br />C. M. Gaffney <br />Thad Carlton <br />Mrs. Louis Harris, Jr. <br />075.00 car allowance) <br />County Case Welfare Worker 150.00 (plus <br />450.00 car allowance) <br />County Service Officer <br />Janitor <br />County Judge <br />Prosecuting Attorney <br />Judge Juvenile Court <br />Juvenile'Court Counselor <br />Court Reporter <br />Assistant States Attorney <br />Supervisor of Registration <br />150.00 <br />200.00 <br />150.00 <br />$200.00 quarterly plus <br />Commissions <br />110.00 Salary <br />10.00 Expenses <br />70.00 <br />25.00 <br />36.55 <br />150.00 <br />A letter was received from Walter T. Erickson, Attorney at Law, requesting that <br />should the County Commissioners find it advisable to engage a new County Attorney in the near <br />future, he would appreciate being considered for the position. <br />On Motion of Commissioner Hamilton, seconded by Commissioner Waddell and carried, <br />the application of Mr. Erickson was ordered filed and he was advised the Board would be glad <br />to consider same at such time a change was made. <br />Commissioner Warren, Chairman of the Road and Street Sign Committee, reported <br />that signs had been ordered and word received that same had been shipped on December 4th. <br />40 <br />D <br />1 <br />0 <br />1 <br />17J <br />1 <br />1 <br />0 <br />
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