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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1965 <br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met <br />in regular session on Wednesday, December 8, 1965, at the Courthouse, <br />Vero Beach, Florida. All members were present. Also present.were <br />John H. Sutherland, County Attorney, Edwin S. Schmucker, County Engineer, <br />and Alfred H. Webber, and Ruth Elliott, Deputy Clerks. <br />On Motion by Commissioner Waddell, seconded by Commissioner' <br />Macdonald, and unanimously carried, the minutes of November 10 and <br />of November 24, 1965, were approved as written. <br />Mrs. Gladys Vigliano, County Welfare Worker, reported that <br />Mr. Adolf Glenz, who is presently in the Royal Palm Nursing Home, is <br />requesting aid from the County. Mrs: Vigliano reported that his <br />brother is willing to pay $50 a month, that Mr. Glenz is receiving $70 <br />a month Social Security and has applied forOld Age Assistance. Com- <br />missioner McCullers moved that the County pay nothing at Royal Palm <br />Nursing Home because the admission was not authorized by the Board <br />or the Welfare Department; and, if any aid from the County is expected, <br />that the patient should be moved to a less expensive nursing home. <br />Motion was seconded by Commissioner Macdonald and unanimously carried. <br />Mrs. Vigliano also reported that Mr. William Banta is willing <br />to sign a lien on his property and also willing to pay the dividend he <br />fig,: receiving from a trust fund to apply to his Nursing home bill. Mrs. <br />Vigliano was requested to have Mr. Banta's nephew contact the County <br />Attorney in regard to the liens. <br />TheBoard.authorized the Welfare Department to,use _the,.,. <br />Erickson Building for storage. <br />Homer C. Fletcher, Tax Assessor; reported that he had seen <br />two demonstrations each by the respective companies that bid on the <br />electronic data processing machine and recommended that the bid be <br />awarded to the National Cash Register. Company because the other machine <br />did,not do the job that he required. On the.recommendation of,the, <br />DEC R <br />
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