1g2' Section 6. That if any clause, section, paragraph, or provision of this resolution
<br />or of the Refunding Bondshereby authorizedbe d.ec lared unenforceable by any court of final
<br />jurisdiction, it shall not affect or invalidate any remainder thereof,_and, if any of the Re-
<br />funding Bonds hereby authorized be adjudged illegal or unenforceable, the holders thereof
<br />shall be subrogated to the rights,of theholdersof the indebtedness hereby provided to be
<br />refunded thereby and as such enforce their.claim for payment.
<br />Section 7. That Charles A. Kitchell, Attorney -at -Law, be andhe is hereby authorized
<br />and directed to institute appropriate proceedings in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
<br />Circuit of Florida, in and for Indian River County, for the validation of said Refunding Bonds,
<br />and the Chairman and Clerk of this Board are hereby authorized to verify any pleadings in such
<br />proceedings, and to impress thereon the corporate seal of this Board.
<br />PASSED AND APPROVED Yee c emb er 7th, 1937,
<br />-Douiz las Baker- R. E. budge
<br />Clerk The Board of Count Commis -
<br />, y Chairman, The Board of County Com
<br />sioners of the County of Indian River, missioners of the County of Indian
<br />State of Florida. River, State of Florida.
<br />The County Depository filed its monthly statement, showing receipts and disbursments
<br />of the various funds which having been audited were found to be correct.
<br />The several bills and accounts against the County, having been audited, were examin-
<br />ed and found correct were approved, and warrants ordered issued in settlement of same. Such
<br />bills and accounts being on file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. The warrants
<br />issued from the respective funds being listed in the supplemental minute book as required by
<br />the rules and practice of the State Auditing Department, reference to said record and the list
<br />so recorded being made a part of these minutes.
<br />Where being no further business the Board on motion made, seconde "and carried, ad-
<br />Tuesday iYanuary 4th., 1938.
<br />The Board of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County met at the Court-
<br />house in Vero Beach, at 9s30 411clock A. No, Tuesday, January 4th., 1938, in r egular meeting
<br />with the following members of the Board present, E. P. Poole; S. E. Glover; Edwin A. Helseth,
<br />and Franke C. Vickers, absents R. E. Mudge. Also present were Charles A. Mitchell, Attorney
<br />for the Board, atm. Frick, Sheriff, and Douglas Baker, Clerk.
<br />In the absence of the Chairman R. E. Mudge, who was not present because of illness,
<br />Douglas Baker, Clerk called the meeting to order and on motion made by Edwin A. Helseth, s6-
<br />conded by S. E. Glover and unanimously carried E. P. Poole was elected Chairman until the
<br />further orders of the board.
<br />Mrs. Lawrence (Iduma) Smith submitted an application for Bothers Pension which was
<br />approved by the Board for the sum:of 10.00 per month.
<br />Diss Leila M. Bunkley County Nurse appeared before the Board and submitted the fol-
<br />lowing report for the month of December 1937, to -wits
<br />The total case load for the month of December was white- 78 colored -32. The total
<br />number of visits to homes were 56. The total number of visit& to.cases were 114.
<br />Where were 66 conferences with commissioners, doctors, ?purses, social workers and
<br />' interest individuals.