The "RRSTOF-THE-WEEK" Tabloid . . Clear Pictures — Mere News — Biggest Circulation glgona tHpper Be* Jloiras Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona, Iowa, Nov. 1, 1932, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1965 16 Tabloid Pages VOL. 100 - NO. 51 Boost County Officer Pay New Schedules, Statewide, Began July 4 Practically a blanket pay boost for county officers and employees went into effect here July 4, due to a bill passed by the most recent Iowa legislature. The salary increases have been termed "the largest ever given at one time". Many county officers, considering the responsibility in their jobs, have been called under paid for some time. Increases here, like those all over the state, are on the basis of a table prepared by lawmakers. Largest yearly hike will go to County Attorney Gordon Winkel, whose new pay will be $7,000 per year - a jump of $2,800. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and County Engineer H. M. Smith will receive $2,000 more per year, giving the sheriff a $7,000 total, while the engineer's job now pays $12,000, tops for all county jobs. County Auditor Marc Moore, County Clerk Alma Pearson, County Treasurer Rosella Voigt and County Recorder Clara Walker all received $1,450 increases per year - and each will now receive $6,450 pay. Each of the county supervisors will get $3.50 more per day than in the past - $17.50 - which on the average will up their pay about $1,100, and an increase in mileage (which applies to all on the county payroll who receive it) will up the total another estimated $500 to $900 per year. Mileage has been increased from seven cents to 10 cents per mile. Average pay in the past for each of the five supervisors has run about $6,307 (including about $1,864 mileage per man). All county road employees received an increase of 20 cents per hour, with the average wage now about $1.90 per hour; weed commissioners got a 15 cent per hour increase; two couples serving as custodians at the county farm now get $50 more per month; and janitors at the courthouse received an increase of $50 per month, with the head janitor nowtoget$5,040peryear. At least three officers at the courthouse were not included in the new payroll set-up. County Assessor Leo Immerfall, who receives $6,300 plus about $700 mileage; School Supt. A. M. Quintard, who gets $7,012.50; and Health Nurse Joyce Hayden, listed at $3,000, plus about $700 mileage, were not included, either because they have their own separate budgets or because part of the pay is from the state. Deputies and clerks in the various offices also received increases, varying from 75 to 85 percent of toe increase received by toe county officer in most cases. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood will Barn Roof Blown Off mm&" ?* * .1 ... • I -A I* . * i * i ^*iiri^ a STORM PEELS ROOF — Thursday evening's rainstorm did a freak job on the James Rock farm in Eagle Township, Kossuth County. It tore off the aluminum roof sheeting from a 72 x 160 foot cattle shed in which there were 190 steers, none of which were injured. The stripped roof is pictured here. At the left is how the wind rolled up the roof and hurled it about 200 feet into the grove. Three of the Rocks' five children were playing in another barn at the time, and were uninjured. ^ receive 85 percent and Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson 80 percent of a $2,000 increase; two deputies each in the treasurer's and recorder's offices received 75 percent of $1,450 increases and now receive $4,837.50; two deputies in the auditor's office got 80 percent of $1,450 and now receive $5,160; two clerks in toe treasurer's office got raises to $4,192; and two other clerks in the same office will still receive $3,130 per year. Drainage Clerk Arnold Alderson received a $1,200 increase to $6,000 per year. Jack Eraser, engineer's assistant, was increased $900 to $7,800; while toe deputy in toe same office was raised from $282.50 per month to $400; and Tom Aaron, inspector for toe engineer, went up $50 per month to $5,400 per year. Some increases for county officers are based on county population (county attorney and sheriff^ while others are on toe basis of population, plus taxable valuation, minus soldiers' exemptions and moneys and credits. District court judges also received a pay boost of $4,000 per year. Under a ruling from toe attorney general, toe courthouse must also remain open 5 1/2 days per week, including 8 a, m. to noon Saturdays, excluding holidays. Riedel New Commander, Algona Legion Bob Riedel was installed as commander of toe Hagg-Turner American Legion post here July 7. Installing officer was Bill Goetz, Wesley, second vice commander of toe Eighth District. Other officers installed include Dan Fisher, 1st vice commander; John Hopkins, 2nd vice commander; Frank Saiter, adjutant; Verle Elmore, chaplain; Howard StiUraan, sgt,-at-arms; Jim Kolp, historian; and Leo Cassel, service officer, S. Kramer, SO, Inch & Half B. E. Miller Of Passes Here; Rainfall On Burt Passes; Rites Tuesday Monday AJM. Rites July 14 Sebastian Kramer, 80, well- known Algona retired farmer, died at his home here Saturday morning. Funeral services for Mr. Kramer were held today (Tuesday) at 10 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Burial followed at Calvary cemetery here. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Sebastian Kramer, son of Isadore and Anna Becker Kramer, was born in Illinois July. 5,1885. He was married to Elizabeth Brass at St. Joe April 30, 1912 and they farmed for many years in this area prior to retirement. Besides his wife, survivors Include four daughters, Alvina (Mrs. Alphonse Thilges) and Evelyn (Mrs. Joe Berendes), Algona, Anna (Mrs. Ernest Bormann), Irvington, and Helen (Mrs. John Kenne), Las Vegas, Nov.; two sons, Ernest, Irvington, and Ralph, Livermore; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Lenertz, Algona, Mrs. Anna Naumann, Bancroft, and Mrs. John Cunningham, Emmetsburg; a brother, John, Waseca, Minn.; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. 9 From County On Dean's List Kossuth county was well represented on toe Dean's List for scholastic achievement toe final quarter this spring at Iowa State Charlene LaBarre, Algona; Charles L. Kern, Fenton; Pamela A. Keil, Lakota; DuWayne L. Hansen and Trudy Huskamp, Rlngsted; Mark E, Boyken and Kathleen A. Eden, Titonka; Earl H. Maahs and Cletus Mosbach, Whittemore. A solid, steady downpour of rain, early Monday morning, dumped an inch and a half of water in toe Algona area within toe space of two hours. The moisture came at a most welcome time, cropwise, and fell without toe damage of high winds that sometimes occurs. Algona Man Is Hurt In 2-Car Accident An Algona man, Louis C. Reding, 66, sustained a fractured right wrist, cut lip and injured knee when toe car he was driving collided with an auto driven by George T.Gengler, 71, Whittemore, a mile north and three- fourths mile east of Whittemore on highway 18 Saturday at 5:50 p.m. Both autos were headed east and Mr. Gengler began a right turn into his driveway when toe mishap occurred, A total of $650 damage resulted to toe autos and Mr. Reding was charged with speed restrictions by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. The injured man was treated by Dr. J. M, Schutter. At 4 p.m. toe same day, autos driven by Duane R. Larson, 17, Swea City, and Phyllis A. Dudding, 35, Bancroft, collided on Bancroft's main street. The Dudding vehicle was backing from toe curb. Larson's auto struck it and toe latter machine also skidded into a parked car owned by John Welp, Bancroft. Damage was estimated at $600, Burris E. Miller, 66, a Burt resident for toe past 21 years, succumbed at his home there to a lingering illness, Sunday evening. He was a retired farmer. Prior to moving to Burt he lived in toe West Bend area. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m. at toe Burt Lutheran church, with Rev. Scheer officiating. Burial will be in toe Burt cemetery. McCullough's of Algona are in charge of arrangements. Surviving are toe widow and five children, Ronald of Algona, Shirley, Mrs. Harold Reimers of Humboldt, Phyllis, Mrs. Bernard Miller of Algona, David of California, and Sharon, Mrs. Aaron Kleiber of Burt. 3 New Coses, District Court Three petitions were filed here in district court during toe weekend. ! Adeline Sharp, plaintiff, seeks to obtain a judgment for $1,200 from Gordon L. Harmon, defendant, charging toe latter was negligent, causing an accident in which toe plaintiff's auto sustained that amount of damage March 13 this year. Zilphia Lester et al, plaintiffs, filed a petition in equity, with Marland Lester et al defendants. Three heirs of Art Lester are seeking to sell real estate and toe petition seeks equity for all. National Publishers Corp., plaintiff, is seeking to obtain $143.40 from William Champion, doing business as Town and Country Shopper, defendant, for goods and merchandise.
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