MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' MEETING HELD IN REGULAR SESSION ON MONDAY, THE 8TH DAY OF JUNE, 1964, AT THE HOUR OF 10 O'CLOCK A. M., IN THE COMMISSIONERS' ROOM OF THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE AT MONTICELLO, UTAH,
PRESENT: K. S. Summers Chairman
H. T. Black Member
W. R. Hurst Member
Ada Palmer Clerk
Meeting opened at 10 o'clock a. m. with Commissioner Summers in the Chair. MINUTES READ AND APPROVED
Minutes of the previous meeting of June 1, 1964, were read and approved. Motion for approval was made by Com-missioner W. R. Hurst, seconded by Commissioner H. T. Black, and unanimously carried.
TESTING FOR TUBERCULOSIS AMONG INDIANS DISCUSSED
Commissioner Summers reported that he had talked with a representative of the Utah State Board of Health who asked thatthe Board of County Commissioners consider cooperating with the State Department of Health in having the Indians in San Juan County tested for TB. He stated that a mobile unit is available for doing such testing, that films can be developed immediately and if positive, skin tests can be given to further establish if TB is present. Commissioner Summers stated that he was in favor of making such tests. The other Commissioners were also in favor of making the tests.
HEALTH BUDGETS FOR PERIOD OF JULY 1, 1964 TO JUNE 30, 1965 SUBMITTED TO STATE
A motion was made by Commissioner Black that the Chairman sign the proposed budget for Mental Health and General Health for the period of July 1, 1964, to June 30, 1965. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Hurst, and carried.
ROAD WORK REQUESTED FOR LA SAL AREA
Mr. A. M. Stocks of La Sal was present to request that the County improve roads in the La Sal area for purposes of logging and general use of the public. He stated that the road toward Two Mile and the Scorup property need-ed work and would be a distance of perhaps 10 or 12 miles. If the County does work on other logging roads the distance would be a total of 20 to 25 miles. The matter was discussed among the Commissioners, Mr. Stocks and Dale Fuller, Road Foreman. The Commissioners approved blading of the roads.
MONUMENT VALLEY EASEMENT DISCUSSED
L. Robert Anderson, Attorney, was present to discuss with the Board of County Commissioners the development of the proposed easement for road purposes in Monument Valley. He stated that the Easement had been prepared by the County Attorney and that it needed to be signed by Harry Goulding and wife, the owners of the Mission and also by Knox College. He stated that it will take a little time to get all the signatures, but he felt that all the parties would be in accord with the easement. He submitted a telegram from Knox College giving authority to Maurice Knee to execute an easement for roadway improvements by San Juan County. Mr. Anderson asked that the Telegram be put on file and to go ahead with the needed improvements. The Telegram is as follows:
WU3 Galesburg Ill. June 5 1057A MDT
Robert Anderson Adams and Anderson Monticello, Utah
I Elmer Jagow Treasurer Knox College hereby authorize Maurice Knee Manager Gouldings Monument Valley Trading Post and Lodge to execute an easement for roadway improvements to San Juan County Utah according to telephone conversations June one and June five.
REQUEST FOR ASPHALT WORK FROM COUNTY
A Mr. Rockloff was present to request that San Juan County consider him for doing asphalt work. He stated that he makes his living by mixing asphalt and has done some work for the County and would appreciate any present and future work that the County can give him.
INSURANCE -DE MAR PERKINS
De Mar Perkins was present to further discuss insurance with New York Life for County employees. He asked that the Commissioners consider the feasibility of a new insurance for employees combining health and $2000 life in-surance. He stated that with the Commissioners approval he would like to set up a meeting with employees to discuss the benefits of his plan. He will be in again next week to further discuss the matter.
SURPLUS BUILDINGS DISCUSSED
Sheriff Cahoon and Frank A. Montello were present to discuss the number of buildings that San Juan County would take under the surplus program. It was decided that San Juan County would not need the large building but will take the small building which will be set on the lot East of Monticello where the County sheds are located. Mr. Montello stated that the building must be moved by July 1, 1964.
It was decided that the Commissioners and Sheriff would check the place where the building will be moved.
Sheriff Cahoon stated that he had been contacted by the Sergeant stationed at Blanding who wanted the Indians moved out during the missile firings. Mr. Cahoon felt that an agreement should be consumated with the County to prevent misunderstanding as in the past.
REQUEST FOR ROAD WORK AT MONTEZUMA CREEK
The following letter has been received from Louis Laskie:
June 5, 1964
San Juan County Commissioners Monticello, Utah
We do not know that our opinion has been put in writing, but we have expressed ourselves to the road super-intendant and crews.
Last year you had a truck and driver that carried a crew of welfare workers over the roads in this area. They did a good job, patching holes in our roads with shale. Sure, it was slow, and considered by some to be an antiquated way of doing a job in our modern time, but the result was good.
We appreciated the help we received in the past and we would like to request, that it be tried again this year, if it is possible.
We appreciate your consideration.
Louis Laskie Louis Laskie
The Clerk was directed to write Mr. Laskie that no Indian crews are available at the present time, but when they do become available he will be notified.
SHERIFF CAHOON REPORTS TRUCKS AVAILABLE AT BARSTOW
Sheriff Cahoon reported that there are four trucks availabe at Barstow, California. He was told that they were very rough looking and should be inspected before being purchased.
CHANGE IN SECONDARY ROAD ENGINEER
The following letter has been received from E. Paul Gilgen:
Utah State Department of Highways State Office Building Salt Lake City 14, Utah
May 28, 1964
To The Board of County Commissioners San Juan County Monticello, Utah
This is to announce that on May 1, 1964, I resigned as Weber County Surveyor and Engineer to become the Sec-ondary Roads Engineer for the State Highway Department. This position was formerly held by Mr. Ray Gillis, who is respected throughout the State for his many years of service, and his comprehensive knowledge of the Federal-aid Secondary Road Program in the counties of Utah.
As you plan and develop your local road programs in your county, I am looking forward to my association with you, as I will be working closely with you.
Please feel free to consult with me at any time. After fourteen years in county government, I feel sure we all speak the same language.
Best personal regards.
E. Paul Gilgen E. Paul Gilgen Secondary Roads Engineer
cc: J. E. Johnston W. L.Anderson R. A. Gillis
SPECIAL TAXES APPROVED
The following Special Taxes were approved:
BOUNTY FUND On all sheep 40.0 Mills
On all turkeys 10.0 Mills
PREDATORY ANIMAL CONTROL FUND
On all sheep & goats 5.0 Mills On all range horses
and cattle 2.0 Mills
INSPECTION TAX On all sheep 0.5 Mills
On all goats 0.5 Mills
TUBERCULOSIS & BANGS DISEASE CONTROL FUND
Cattle other than
range cattle 3.0 Mills
ESTIMATE OF WORK COMPLETED AT AIRPORT
The following estimate of work completed at the San Juan County Airport was submitted by Whiting and Raymond Construction Company:
Neff Engineering & Construction Co. 2500 Evergreen Avenue Salt Lake City 9, Utah
June 5, 1964
Board of County Commissioners San Juan County Monticello, Utah
Re: San Juan County Airport
Whiting and Raymond Contract
We respectfully request payment for work performed on the above referenced project in accordance with this estimate prepared by Neff Engineering.
Estimate No. 1
1. Excavation 50000 cu. yds 0.34 17,000.00
Less 10% 1,700.00
Amount Due $ 15,300.00
Very truly yours,
H. J. Whiting - President_____
Whiting and Raymond Construction Co.
We certify that the above amounts are true and correct.
John Elwood Neff_________
REQUEST FOR BUSINESS LICENSE-MONTGOMERY WARD
Mr. R. V. Metzger, Montgomery Ward representative from Moab, was present to inquire about obtaining a business license for doing business in San Juan County. He stated that he wanted to do the right thing and stay within the law. Commissioner Summers stated that the County had no jurisdiction over business carried on within a City and that he should contact the cites regarding that matter. Mr. Summers stated that a lawsuit is pending concerning regarding county licensing and until a determination is made that Mr. Metzger proceed with doing business as in the past,and will be notifed of any decisions that are made.
Commissioner Black objected on the grounds that we have an Ordinance in effect at the present time and nothing has been done to declare it illegal.
MR. METZGER ALSO REQUESTS ROAD WORK
Mr. Metzger also stated that he lives in the area of San Juan County that was previously a part of Grand County, that a road is needed to connect the residences of 10 or 12 families to the highway. He was informed that an approach to the highway must be taken up with the highway department and that the Commissioners desired a plat of the area before any action can be taken.
Mr. Metzger stated that he will be present again next week and will bring in a map of the area. ROAD MATTERS DISCUSSED
Dave Guymon, George Barry and Jerry Palmer were present to discuss various road matters.
The Commissioners agreed to moving the Crusher to the Geramo mine to crush material for roads in the East Dist. Matters concerning using the monthly rate for utility men and the hourly rate for an operator were also discussed.
Increases in salary for certain road employees was discussed and all Commissioners were agreed that all salaries should continue at their present rate.
It was agreed that paint and other materials for renovating the road office should be obtained.
Commissioner Summers stated that the County Attorney had informed him that it was impossible to force a way for roads down a section line.
COPY OF LETTER TO SENATOR BENNETT
The following copy of a letter has been received from Eugene Foushee:
June 1, 1964
Senator Wallace F. Bennett United States Senate Washington 25, D. C.
Dear Senator Bennett:
Thank you for your letter of May 25. Since Bluff is now rapidly finding itself o a cut-off elbow with traffic Moving on U. 95 and U. 261, there has been a distinct decrease in Bluff's tourist business this spring. We have supported and do support the improvement of these two routes because indeed they are necessary for a use-ful traffic flow in southeast Utah. But personal considerations apart and from a state point of view we are interested in bringing outside dollars into Utah. Obviously the best way to do this is to tie our state to other states instead of limiting road development strickly on an intra-state basis. Here is where we come back to the same old thing -- a Bluff-south road to tap the traffic which now of necessity must flow northeasterly into Colorado.
The other road which Utah, the BIA, and San Juan County should complete is about six miles of road from Monte-zuma Creek to the Aneth school complex. Perhaps you are aware that the BIA has built a strip of road from An-eth southeasterly toward the Four Corners to the Colorado state line. This makes about a 15 mile strip of oiled highway in the middle of the desert connected by dirt on each end. So you see Utahns still cannot get to the Four Corners from here.1 Incidentally, Colorado now plans to complete and oil the southeast end of this road, which will still leave some six miles of atrocious road from Montezuma Creek to Aneth. (Map attached.)
Thank you for your interest and continuing efforts on behalf of logical road development in this area. Yours very truly,
Eugene D. Foushee
cc: Senator Frank E. Moss
San Juan County Commissioners
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION DESIRE TO RENEW LEASE
The following letter has been received from the General Services Administration:
General Services Administration Region 8, Denver 25, Colorado June 2, 1964
Board of County Commissioners San Juan County Courthouse Monticello, Utah
We have recently made a survey of Monticello to find alternate space for the Selective Service Local Board office now occupying space in the Courthouse building. Every effort will be made to relocate this office as soon as possible.
Until this can be accomplished, we wish to renew our Lease No. GS-08B-3867 for the coming year. We appreciate your cooperation in accomplishing this matter.
E. P. Farr E. P. Farr Realty Specialist Acquisition Branch
The Clerk was directed to write the General Services Administration to state that the County Commissioners are sorry that the General Services Administration has not found new quarters as the space is desperately needed by the County.
LETTER-FROM SENATOR BENNETT-UTAH HIGHWAY 95
The following letter has been received from Senator Bennett:
United States Senate Washington D. C. 20510
May 28, 1964
Honorable Kenneth S. Summers
Hyrum T. Black
William R. Hurst San Juan County Commissioners Monticello, Utah
Enclosed for your information are copies of two letters from the Secretary of the Interior regarding S. 95 and my proposed amendment to provide for a road between Bluff and Mexican Water. Secretary Udall has ruled against both.
As you know, S 95 was introduced by Senator Goldwater, and unfortunately, the Johnson Administration and Sec-retary Udall in this election year are inclined to ignore the merits of Senator Goldwater's bills and oppose them for political reasons.
I was privileged to participate last week in a meeting with C. Taylor Burton and other representatives of the Utah Highway Department, to which were invited Secretary Udall, Director Hartzog of the National Park Service, Director Stoddard of BLM, Commissioner Nash of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and others of the Department of the Interior, and Administrator Rex Whitton of the Bureau of Public Roads. The proposal discussed at that meet-ing concerned the improvement of Utah Highway 95 from Hanksville to Bluff, plus a system of access roads from U-95 to the Lake Powell Recreation Area sites. Enclosed is a copy of a press release I issued after that meet-ing. I know you are also very interested in this proposal.
You may be assured I will continue my efforts in behalf of the Bluff-Mexican Water road; but with Congress con-trolled by the Democrats on a two-to-one basis, I cannot be too optimistic at this point in light of the Sec-retary's adverse report. If there are any further developments, I shall keep you informed.
Wallace F. Bennett Wallace F. Bennett
From: Senator Wallace F. Bennett
2311 New Senate Office Bldg. Washington 25, D. C.
May 20, 1964 Utah Road Program
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Wallace F. Bennett (R-Utah) today supported a proposal made by C. Taylor Burton, Utah Direc-tor of Highways, in which the Beehive State is seeking some $35 (M) Million for roads in the Four Corners Area and around Lake Powell.
The presentation was made Wednesday in the meeting of officials of the Utah Highway Department and officials of the Department of Interior and the Bureau of Public Roads. Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall, several agency heads and Highway Administrator Rex M. Whitton attended the meeting.
One of the problems presented was the availability of funds to provide construction of the big highway plan which would serve virtually the entire Southeastern section of the State.
Sen. Bennett pointed to possible source of funds such as:
Section Eight of the Colorado River Storage Authorization Act which provides for construction of recreation and fish and wildlife facilities and to the Park Approach Act of the Bureau of Public Roads and the National Park Service.
Sen. Bennett said he plans to arrange a meeting of Mr. Burton and other Utah Highway officials with Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Floyd Dominy to discuss the possibility of using the Colorado River funds under the Bureau of Reclamation Budget.
"It would appear that Section Eight offers a possible opening for the type of work now proposed in this high-way system of access roads from the various highways to establish Utah national recreation area sites," he said. "The sites at Bullfrog, Hole-in-the-Rock, Halls Crossing and others were established and there certainly has to be access to them."
"The direct parallel, of course, is found in the way access to the Wahweep facility in Arizona has already been provided with non-reimbursable funds appropriated under Section Eight," he said.
"A resource of the value offered by this magnificent lake certainly is virtually worthless for the vast major-ity of the traveling public unless it can be reached," he said. " And it should be reached by good roads, in private automobile and without the rigors of having to pack in or to take desert type transportation over rough or impassable trails."
He said that if Section Eight does not offer the desired legislative support then perhaps a combination of Sec-tion Eight, the Park Approach Roads Act, Federal Aid Highways Act and other sources should be explored.
# # # # COMMISSIONER HURST REPORTS
Commissioner Hurst reported that the survey of parks over which he is coordinator has developed into quite a job, but he is working with other departments for more detailed reports.
Commissioner Hurst reported that he had contacted the Grand County Commissioners regarding the display space at the Capitol Building and has found that Grand County is not accepting the space that has been alloted to them and the State has allowed all of it to San Juan County. He stated that he would like to contact the State regarding the space and get an estimate of the cost of making the display before making any desisions regard-ing the matter or letting Carbon and Emery County having part of the space.
COUNTY TO ADVERTISE FOR GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL BIDS
Commissioner Hurst made a motion that San Juan County advertise for bids for supplying the County with Regular and Supreme Gasoline and Diesel Fuel #2, bids to be opened on July 6th, and that it be published in two issues of the San Juan Record.
The motion was seconded by Commissioner Black, and carried unanimously.
THE FOLLOWING BILLS WERE APPROVED FOR PAYMENT:
Dean C. Montgomery Default J.P. Cases, reports etc.-May ,'64 76.00
Dixie Lee Harvey Cleaning public health office at Blanding- 12 hrs. 12.00
Jackson-David Bottline: Co. Supplies for vending machine 19.00
Geneva Martin Juror witness fee & mileage 17.00
Melvin Martin Juror witness fee & mileage 17.00
San Juan County Clerk Petty cash reimbursement 11.29
San Juan Record Office supplies-Sheriff's office 8.45
Continental Oil Company Equipment maintenance-gas etc. (Sheriff dept.) 15.42
Motor Parts Company Equip, maintenance (Bluff ambulance) 1.68
Monticello Mercantile Co. Lawnmower for courthouse grounds 87.95
American Oil Co. Equip, Maintenance (credit cards-Sheriff & Public Health) 52.92
Palmer's Propane Service Propane for Bluff jail 13.00
P. & F. Service Equip. Maintenance- Sheriff Dept. (gas etc.) 1.50
Dick's American Service Equip. Maintenance- Public Health Dept. (gas etc.) 12.41
Abajo Petroleum Equip. Maintenance-Sheriff Dept. (gas etc.) 20.20
Avalon Cafe, c/o Gus Krause Meals for prisoners 6.65
Elk Ridge Cafe Meals for prisoners 11.40
Parkway Super Service Equip. Maintenance- Sheriff dept. 5.90
Out West Cafe Meals for prisoners 71.30
Texburger, c/o L. A. Odette Meals for prisoners 58.62
C. H. Baughman Projector repairs- Pub. Health dept, 29.00
Redd's Equip. Maintenance - Sheriff dept. 45.45
Ed. H. Foster's Son Fire extinguisher repairs in deputy's car 4.75
Ray S. Cahoon Travel expense reimbursement to S. L. for fire truck 7.48
Paul Strong " " " to return fire truck 10.89
Black Oil Company Equip. Maintenance -Sheriff dept, 34.92
Walker Drug Company Office supplies & jail exp.-sheriff dept. 1.63
J B Grain & Bean Co. Supplies used on Courthouse grounds 3.25
City of Monticello Utilities -courthouse-for May,'64 53.43
Empire Electric Association, Inc. Electric Service -TV Translator-sheriff dept. 50.00
Utah Gas Service Co. Gas service for May,'64 -courthouse 120.57
Monticello Lumber & Hardware Maintenance supplies - May account at courthouse etc. 137.71
Carroll D. Goon, M.D. Prof. services (Thos.Blaisdell, & Phillip Huss) 6.40
San Juan Hospital Hospital service (Thos. Blaisdell & Ben Hoselton)BA etc. 15.00
Floyd Barrell Salary for May, 1964 & special meeting 5-7-64 173.00
Maxine B. Webb Librarian salary for May 1964-Monticello Library 275.00
C. K. Helquist Salary for May 1964 - 100.00
Kora J. Helquist Salary for MaY 1964 & 3 special parties 79.00
Whiting & Haymond Construction Co. Airport project- Estimate No. 1 15,300.00
Empire Electric Assoc. Inc. Electric Service - May 15,'64 billing 12.70
P & I FUND__
Carroll D. Goon, MD. Prof. services for James Weyand (5-2-64 to 5-12-64) 48.00
San Juan Hospital Hos. service (Stella Lee, Merda Lee, Chavez Nez) 226.00
Francis D. Nielson Exp.Reimbursement on Boat & Travel show at Phoenix 294.11
Midland Telephone Co. May 1,'64 statement (San Juan Dev. Council) 20.05
Radio Station KUTA Spots for May 1964 (Station KUTA, KVFC, KKIT) 75.00
Cochran Outdoor Adv. Co. Rent on Highway Bulletin for May 1964 195.00
Salt Lake Tribune &Deseret News Scenic Edition -Advertising 550.00
Francom Advertising Agency Snarr Outdoor signs (March, April & May) 810.00
Young's Machine Co. Repairing door on Quonset at Fair Building 52.29
Monticello Communications Mexican Hat TV System (complete) 1,133.52
Monticello Lumber & Hdwe. Maint. exp. at Golf course (supplies) 10.80
Western Mine Supply Co. Inc. Maint. supplies etc. 18.71
Chriss Leavitt Wages for May, 1964 (at Golf course) 62.50
Craig Leavitt Wages for May, 1964 (at Golf course) 142.50
Tom Burr 39 hrs. @ 2.00 per hr. (Org, recreation) 78.00
Freddy Pehrson 7 hrs. @ $1.00 per hr. 7.00
Curtis Pehrson 5 1/2 hrs. @ 1.00 per hr. 5.50
Douglas Boyle 16 hrs. @ $1.00 per hr. 16.00
Jim Pehrson 7 1/2 hrs. @ 1.25 per hr. 9.50
Roy Thacker 8 hrs. @ $2.00 per hr. 16.00
Michael Jaramillo 19 hrs. @ 1.00, & 10 hrs. @ 1.25 per hr. 31.50
Ruth Randall Round trip bus fare to Fresno, California 65.00
Grant Leavitt Truck rental for May, 1964 25.00
Eager Electric Swimming pool account (ticket #1261 dated 8-30-63) 13.74
San Miguel Power Association,Inc. Electric Service- LaSal Recreation area 2.80
Midland Telephone Go. June I,'64 statement - Golf Course account 4.75
Utah Gas Service Co. Gas Service- Swimming Pool 71.83
RECREATION FUND, Continued
Black Oil Company Equip. Maint. Exp. (Golf Course) 84.65
Empire Electric Association, Inc. Electric service (East area) RC 1680 U 3.50
Walker Drug. Co. Office Supplies ( envelopes & paper) 3.48
City of Monticello Utilities-(Tennis Court, Golf Course, Swimming Pool) 55.13
COUNTY ROAD FUND
Transport Clearings Freight invoices 29.07
Wycoff Company, Inc. Freight invoices 19.65
San Miguel Power Assoc. Inc. Electric service- LaSal shop 2.80
Tri-State Tool Co. Equip, repair parts 13.62
Bearings Service & Supply Co. " " " 36.43
Redd's New Chev. pickup -Model C 2534, Ser. No. 4C25411 154248 2,315.95
Wheeler Machinery Co. Equip, repair parts & 1-Used "LP" Scraper, S/N 21308 LPD 5,128.82
Lee Oil Company Equip. Maint. oil & grease) 97.30
Redd's Equip, repairs & maint. 28.46
Young's Concrete Co. 4 yds. concrete to fill tamper weights 82.00
Wells Industries 1- L-50-S Valve tool 19.95
Craytor Machine Shop Shop supplies 42.00
Motor Parts Company Equip, repair parts (May 1964 account) 330.91
Gate Souipraent Co. " " " (May 1964 account) 807.91
Rocky Mountain Machinery Co. " " " (May 1964 account) 587.78
Hicks Cortez Glass Co. Equip, repair parts (May account) 43.75
Salt Lake Hardware Co. Equip, repair parts (May account) 520.93
Kimball Equipment Co. Equip, repair parts " " 521.88
Heiner Equipment c; Supply Co. Pump & cutting blade 353.83
Geneva Pipe Company Pipe £ connecting bands Inv. # 1 & #2 (May 29,'64) 5,019.23
Eureka Sales, Inc. 1-used brake drum 35.33
Hafer's Inc. Equip, repair parts 228.99
Henderson Rim £ Wheel Service Rings c; Wheels Inv. #23111 41.28
W. R. White Company Band bolts- ticket No. 84696 11.00
Skidmore Upholstery Recover grader seat 10.00
National Cylinder Gas Oxygen 6.73
Arnold Machinery Co. Equip. repair parts (May account) 39.78
Schafer Auto Clinic Clean-repair radiator 7.50
Chapman Bros. Inc. Equip. &. shop repair parts 74.42
Nielson Oil Co. & Central Service Motor oil, etc. 201.94
Helms Motors Shop maintenance parts 147.92
Marsell Motor Co. Equip, repair parts 43.35
Mountain States Rubber Co., Inc. 50 ft. Concord steam hose 74.00
Lang Wayne Equipment Co. 1- electric pump less hose & nozzle 88.50
Gateway Super Service Tires & Tubes (Equip, maint.) 347.18
Palmer's Propane Service Propane 19.50
The Bowman Products Co. Equip. Maint. parts for shop use 36.72
ASA Welders Supply Welding suppli.es 27.35
Palmer 's Hardware Maintenance parts & supplies 90.31
Anderson Independent Co. Lath & Stakes, etc. 16.79
Young's Machine Co. Testing Cylinder 40.00
City of Monticello Utilities (May 1964 account) 30.95
Black Oil Company Oil £ grease 5.87
Monticello Lumber & Hdwe. Equip, maint. parts 3.90
Utah Gas Service Co. Gas service at shop for May 1964 30.26
Empire Electric Assoc. Inc. Electric service -East road shed 6.19
Stephen K, Meyer County road (202 hrs. & 15 days subsistance) 561.94
Guy C. Palmer County road earnings (192 hrs. & 10 da. subsistance) 551.92
Oren K. Palmer " " n )168 hrs. @ 2.50 per hr.) 420.00
Harris Clcon Shumway " " " (204 hrs. & 15 days subsistance 536.72
James Parley Laws " " " ( 168 hrs. @ 2.41+} 405.00
Harry B. Laws " " n (168 hrs. @2.32+ & 8 hrs. @ 2.24) 407.92
Delores Hurst " " n (168 hrs. @2.32+ ) 390.00
George Marian, Jr. " " " (192 hrs. CP 2.30 per hr. & 11 da. subs.) 435.60
Donald J. Harvey " " " (168 hrs.@2.32+, 40 hrs. @2.24, Mi. & subs.) 543.68
Edson L. Palmer " " n (168 hrs.@2.32+,39 hrs.@2.24,13 da.subs.) 529.36
J. Glen Shumway " " n (194 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr. & 13 da. subs.) 478.80
Warren F. Bronson " " " (182 hrs. @2.30,283 mi.@8 cents, 17 da.subs.) 509.24
James Lloyd Nielson " " " (48 hrs. @ 2.20 Per hr.) 105.60
Garth L. Bradford " " " (178 hrs.@ 2.20 per hr. & 12 da.subs.) 439.60
Erman D. Wood " " " (10 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr. & 1 da. subs.) 26.00
David L. Guymon Road supervisor Salary, May 1964 583.33
Robert F. Bryan Earnings at County Shop (168 hrs.@2.79+,& 23 hrs. @ 2.70) 532.10
Claude Butler " " " " (100 hrs. @ 2.50 per hr.) 250.00
Kay Devon Burtenshaw " " " " (168 hrs. @ 2.50 per hr.) 420.00
Jay N. Harvey " " " " (160 hrs. @ 2.41 + per hr.) 385.71
Jerald Palmer County Road Clerk Salary (168 hrs. 0 2.41+ Per hr.) 405.00
Ted. C. Bronson County Road Earnings (168 hrs. @ 2.50 per hr.) 420.00
Clay D. Bone " " " "(17 1/2 hrs. © 2.30 per hr.) 40.25
Aroe G. Brown " " " (17 hrs.@ 2.61+, 23 hrs. @ 2.53 ) 102.71
John D. Palmer " " " (8 hrs. @ 2.33 per hr.) 18.64
Cipriano Perea " " " (24 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr. ) 52.80
Clay Pehrson " " " (8 hrs. @ 2.50, 6 hrs. @ 2.41 ) 34.46
Lynn Adams " " " (24 hrs. @ 2.32+ ) 52.80
Alfred Christensen " " " (22 hrs. © 2.35 + , 2 hrs. @ 2.27 ) 56.27
Lemuel W. Redd " " " (48 hrs. @ 2.20) 105.60
Carlos L. Hyde " " " (36 hrs. @ 2.20) 79.20
Thomas Jaramillo " " " (24 hrs. @ 2.20) 52.80
Lawrence Hawkins " " " (8 hrs. @ 2.20) 17.60
George 11. Barry " " " (32 hrs. @ 2.79 + ) 89.52
John L. Stewart " " " (32 hrs. @ 2.41 + , 6 hrs. @ 2.33) 91.12
Lewis C. Fuller " " " (16 hrs. @ 2.50 ) 40.00
H. W. Redshaw County Road Earnings (14 hrs. @ 2.41+) 33.75
Arthur J. Cooper "f " " (8 hrs. © 2.30) IS.40
Julius K. Harvey fl " " (3 hrs. @ 2.30) 18.40
Billy J. Richardson " " " (167 hrs. e 2.41+) 402.59
M. J. Wooten tf "f " (16 1/2 hrs. G 2.20) 36.30
Victor Peterson " " " (23 hrs. @ 2.20 ) 50.60
R. L. Pearson " " " (8 hrs. @ 2.41+) 19.29
Gordon L. Bartell " " " (2 Hrs. @ 2.20 ) 4.40
Dale Fuller " " " (32 hrs. @ 2.79+) 89.52
Doyle Perkins " " " (40 hrs. @ 2.20 ) 88.00
Wilbur F. Jaws " " " (168 hrs.@2.41+, 34 hrs. @2.33,13 da.subs.) 536.22
Joe Anderson " " (150 hrs. @2.38+, 5 hrs. @ 2.33) 368.64
Aroe G. Brown B-Road Earnings (151 hrs. @ 2.61+) 395.48
John D. Palmer " " (168 hrs. @ 2.41+, 21 hrs. @ 2.33) 453.3
Cipriano Perea " " (104 hrs. @ 2.20) 228.80
Clay Pehrson " " (160 hrs. @ 2.50) 400.00
Lynn Adams " " (120 hrs. @ 2.32+ per hr.) 264.00
Alfred Christensen " " (146 hrs. @ 2.35+ per hr.) 343.27
Lemuel W. Redd " " (80 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr.) 176.00
Carlos L. Hyde " " (133 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr. ) 292.60
Thomas Jarmillo " " (125 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr.) 275.00
Lawrence W. Hawkins " " (189 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr.) 415.80
George H. Barry " " (136 hrs. @ 2.79+ per hr.) 380.48
John L. Stewart " " (136 hrs. @ 2.41+ per hr.) 327.86
Lewis C. Fuller " " (152 hrs. @ 2.50 per hr.) 380.00
H. W. Redshaw " " (154 hrs. @ 2.41+ per hr. ) 371.25
Arthur J. Cooper " " (178 hrs. @ 2.30 per hr.) 409.40
Julius N. Harvey " " (170 hrs. @ 2.30 per hr.) 391.00
Billy J, Richardson " " (1 hr. @ 2.41 + , 26 hrs. @ 2.33) 62.99
M. J. Wooten " " (156 1/2hrs. @2.20 per hr. ) 344.30
Victor Peterson " " (159 hrs. @ 2.20 Der hr. ) 349.80
Byron Peterson " " (23 hrs. @ 2.20 Der hr. ) 50.60
Gordon L. Bartell " " (124 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr.) 272.80
Dale Fuller " " (136 hrs. @ 2.79+ per hr.) 380.48
Doyle Perkins " " (128 hrs. @ 2.20 r>er hr. ) 281.60
Max Bailey " (72 hrs. @ 2.20 per hr. ) 158.40
Paul Pipkin " " (190 1/2 hrs. @ 2.30 per hr.) 438.15
Joe Anderson " " (18 hrs. @ 2.38+, 8 hrs. @ 2.33) 61.26
R. L. Pearson " " (153 hrs. @ 2.41+ per hr.) 368.83
Monticello Lumber & Hdwe. Road Maintenance etc. 2.00
LaSal Lumber Co. Lumber 224.64
W. S. Hatch Co. Inc. Freight invoice- MC 70, & spreading 314.89
Phillips Petroleum Co. MC Asphalt (Road Materials) 539.46
WEED & RODENT FUND
J B Grain & Bean Company Weed Chemicals 558.00
There being no more business to come before the Board at this time, upon motion meeting adjourned.
Ada Palmer, County Clerk K.S. Summers, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners