<br />wEDRESDAY, JUNE 3rd 1936.
<br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian Hirer County, Florida, met at the
<br />Court House in Vero Beach, at 10:00 o I clock A. X. wednesday June 3rd 1936, with the f ollowing
<br />members of the Board present: J.J.P.Hamilton, Chairman; Frank C. Vickers, R. E. Mudge; N. r.
<br />Poole and Edwin A. Helseth. Also present were An. Frick, Sheriff; Chas. A. Kitchell, Attor-
<br />ney and Miles warren, Clerk.
<br />Mrs. J. U. Tillie appeared before the Board and requested that her 3 children be placed
<br />on the pauper list. No action was taken.
<br />It was ordered that the following persons be placed on the pauper list to receive the
<br />amount indicated until the further orders of this Board: i
<br />vi. H. Bartlett, Vero Beach ....... V8.0O per month
<br />Alonzo McAllister, Sebastian, ....V6.00 per month
<br />The application for license to deal in intoxicating liquors of John 'Sadlon and John Snrik,
<br />was again considered and letters of recommendation having been reed by the Clerk from citizens
<br />of Brooksville, Florida, it was ordered that such application be approved.
<br />It was ordered that the Inspectors and Clerk of election held Tuesday, June 2nd 1936 be
<br />paid the sum of X3.00 per day for each dray served, and that Deputies appointed by theSheriff
<br />at the polls be paid the rate of V3.00 per day and the Clerk instructed to issue the warrants
<br />in settlement of such claim against the County.
<br />The Clerk and County Attorney brought to the attention of the Board the fact that the
<br />lease for the present Court House quarters has expired as of April 30th, last and after con-
<br />sideration it was ordered that the County Attorney prepare an agreement with the owner, Are.
<br />Ids, Grey to rent the present quarters from her for & period of time until the completion of
<br />the new Court House, such rent to be paid monthly on the basis of the present rent of 4125.00
<br />per month.
<br />X E S O L U T 1 O X.
<br />The following resolution was introduced by Commissioner Vickers, who moved its adoptions
<br />WHEREAS, the Board of Administration has submitted certain proposals of firms, individu=
<br />ale and corporations offering to sell to said Board of Administration certain bonds of the
<br />County of Indian River and obligations assumed by said County, under the provisions of House
<br />Bill No. 30, Acts of the 1933 Legislature, and
<br />wREREAS, after carefully considering all of such proposals, and taking into consideration
<br />the amount of funds available for that purpose and the approximate value of said bonds, it is
<br />deemed advisable and expedient to purchase certain of said bonds, and obligations, to -wit:
<br />One (1) Special R&B Dist #4 bond dated July 1, 1925 due July 1,
<br />1936 at 71 flat, as designated offering "Aa •
<br />Two (2) St Lucie County Highway bonds due 1949 and 1950 at 72 flat,
<br />(less one missing coupon) as designated offering "C".
<br />THEWORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Administration be requested to purchase the
<br />foregoing bonds and obligations assumed by this County in accordance with the teras of the
<br />offerings as submitted.
<br />.The foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Commissioner Poole, and upon being put to
<br />€a vote the same was unanimously adopted.
<br />The Board then proceeded to name and select the inspectors and Clerks of the several
<br />precincts to hold and conduct the second primary election to be held Tuesday, June 23rd 1936
<br />which are as follows:
<br />PRECINCT #1 HOSELAED.
<br />Harry H. French; H. C. Holtzclaw and Lester Hanshaw, Inspectors and L. Ashburner, Clerk
<br />PHECINCT f22 'SEBASTIAN.
<br />S. A. Braswell; H. G. McCain Jr.; and Geo H. Braddock, :inspectors and P. P. Lawson, Cleric.
<br />i , PkMC1NCT #3, vi"A.,oO.
<br />T. J-4 Cail; James J. Gibbs and 1. F. Stinson, Inspectors, and J. P. Sibley, Clerk.