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1 <br />7 <br />u <br />75� <br />adopted if bid is satisfactory. <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that WV and all transactions consummated or negotiations <br />instituted and or commitments Made by the State Board of Administration on behalf of Indian <br />River County under and by virtue of the authority hereby extended pursuant to the terms <br />of H.B.#30, are hereby ratified and confirmed. <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified copy of this resolution be immediately <br />furnished the State Board of Administration. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and <br />adjourned until Wednesday, November 4th 1936. <br />ATTEST: <br />e r k. <br />- - • - - - - - - - • - - - - - - • • - - - - - - <br />carried the Board then <br />WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th 1.936. <br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at the <br />Court House in Vero Beach, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Wednesday, November 4th 1936, with the <br />following members of the Board present: J.J.P.Ha.milton, ChgainwLn; Frank C. Vickers; R. E. <br />Mudge; E. P. Poole and Edwin A. Helseth. Also present were., Charles A. Mitchell, Attorney <br />for the Board; Miles Warren, Clerk and Wm. Frick, Sheriff. <br />Mrs. Mary Cecil, local Welfare worker of the Federal Government appeared before the <br />Board and regported that the following persons are eligible and have been approved for old <br />age pensions. <br />A. L. Bower <br />Shirley Tappin <br />Ned Williams <br />Wm. Bartlett <br />It ms ordered Mrs. Mary Gore, Fellsmere, be placed on the pauper list to receive the <br />sum of $6.00 per month as she is taking care of 2 grand children and sending them to school. <br />It was ordered that J. L. Chambers, Winter Beach, be placed on the pauper list to <br />receive the sum of $5.00 per month as a supplement to his Old Age Pension allowance, which <br />supplement is made on account of his physical condition. <br />Gilbert E. Ba.rkoskie, Fellsmere, appeared before the Bogard and requested authority to <br />construct a fence across a, public road in two places in the Felism.ere Drainage District. <br />He was advised that any satisfactory arrangements made with the Drainage District will be <br />acceptable to this Board. <br />Miss Leila. M. Bunkley, County Nurse, appeared before the Board and made €a verbal report <br />of her activities as County Norse for the month of October, and reported on two cases in <br />particular --Mrs Geo. Williams and Mrs Edna, Loudermilk. <br />The Clerk was instructed and directed to draw warrants on the General Revenue Fund for <br />$3.00 each for each Inspector and Clerk, as well as each Deputy Sheriff at the several <br />voting precincts to cover cost of holding and conducting the General Election held TuesdaYt <br />November 3rd 1936. <br />The Notary Public bond of Diss Bernice Meyer, Vero Beach, in the sum of $500.00 with <br />the American surely Company, ga corporation, as surety was approved. <br />W. H. Ga,rns, employed by this Bogard as their. Representative on thq job of constructing <br />the new Court House appeared and explained the necessity of an extension drain to connect <br />with the storm sewer of the City, €a distance of a little over 100 feet.. After some dis- <br />cussion it was moved, seconded and unanimously carried that this work be done and the drainage <br />be placed in proper condition at this time. <br />