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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd 1934. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at <br />the Court House in Vero Beach, at 10:00 o'clock A. X. Tuesday, October 2nd 1934, with <br />the following members of the Board present: J. J.P. Hamilton, Chairman; Frank C. Vickers; <br />R.E.Vhdge; John M. Knight and Edwin A. Helseth. Also present were James T Vocelle, <br />Attorney for the Board, Wm. T. Frick, Sheriff and Biles Warren, Clerk. <br />The minutes of the p revinus meeting were read and approved. <br />It was ordered that the following persons be stricken from the papper list and <br />mothers pension roll_ as follows: <br />Bars J R- Allen, Vero Beach, from pauper list <br />Mrs.Mary A:Gore;-Fellsmere, from pauper list <br />Mrs.M.E.Grice, Vero Beach from Mothers Pension list <br />It <br />was ordered that W. <br />A. Gower, <br />Sebastian, be <br />placed on the pauper list to receive <br />the sum <br />of $6.00 per month <br />until the <br />further orders <br />of the Board. <br />E. G. Danberg appeared before the Board respecting repairs to road extending from <br />30th Street in Vero Beach, East. It was ordered the repairs be made at the first oppor- <br />tunity. <br />Donald Forbes appeared before the Board regarding the unsanitary conditions, caus- <br />ing sickness, by reason of seepage in holes by the side of the public road near his <br />place. It was ordered that Commissioner Knight and Road .Supt Kersey look this over and <br />see what can be done to correct this situation. <br />A.G.Even, representing organized labor appeared before the Board and requested 3 <br />blank spaces be left on the ballot at the coming General Election for the purpose of <br />casting votes for a Board of Commissioners of the Indian River Mosquito Control District <br />-The Clerk was instructed in preparing the ballot to make provision so the electorate <br />can express a choice for such offices. <br />Eli C. Talker appeared before the Board and objected to the Board incurring any <br />expense sending anyone to Tallahassee in the interest of securing a loan to construct <br />a Court house. He also inquired if $709000.00 was not excessive to spend(at this time <br />for the construction of a Court House --that amount being the figure -� ulknfi,ttddiin the <br />application to the Federal Government for a loan to construct such Court House. After <br />some discussion Bar. Walker advised the Board he will be glad to do anything he can to <br />assist in securing favorable action on the loan as now on file in Washington. <br />F. H. Conrad appeared before the Board and requested the County tractor be loaned <br />him to construct road to his place in the western part of the County. The Board advised <br />him this could not be done. <br />The following resolution vas introduced by Commissioner Knight; who moved its <br />adoption: <br />WHEMAS, The State Board of Administration has submitted certain proposals of per- <br />sons, firms .and corporations offering to sell certain bonds of the County of Indian Rive <br />and obligations assumed by said County, under the provisions of House Bill No. 30, Acts <br />of the 1933 Legislature, and <br />WMEAS, after carefully considering the said proposals, and taking into considera- <br />tion the value of said bonds and the amount of funds available for this purpose it is <br />deemed expedient and advisable to purchase certain of said bonds; <br />THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River <br />County, Florida, that the ,State Board of Administration be requested td) purchase the <br />f ollowing bonds: <br />One St Lucie County, Special Road & Bridge Dist No. 1 bond,(now <br />Indian River County) dated Jan 1, 1918 due July 1, 1942 at a price <br />of 40 flat, as designated "A". <br />1 <br />1 <br />1 <br />