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27.7, <br />$1400.00 payable to the Indian River Citrus Bank for the purpose of retiring Bond ##18 of the <br />Quay Bridge District which was due December 1st. 1937 and 18 coupons #30 from Bonds 18 to 35. <br />A saving of $ 140.00 was made the County through this transaction. <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 examined <br />and found correct were approved and warrants ordered issued in settlement of same, such bills <br />and accounts being on file in the office of the. Clerk of the Circuit Court. The warrants issued <br />from the respective funds heing listed in the supplemental minute book as required by the rules <br />and practice of the State Auditing Department, reference to said record and the list so recordee <br />being made a part of these minutes. <br />to -wits <br />RESOLUTION <br />Commissioner F. C. Vickers introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption, <br />Whereas, this Board has just learned of the death which occurred today of Honorable <br />R. E. Mudge,of Fellsmere, Indian River County, Florida; and <br />Whereas, at the time of his death Colonel Mudge was a member of this Board and had <br />a long period of time and to the time of his recent illness served as Chairman of this Board <br />in such capacity had rendered able and faithful service to Indian River County and the citizen— <br />ship thereof; and <br />Whereas, Colonel Mudge,was an individual of unquestioned integrity, of great ability,* <br />and represented an extremely high type of individual character as well as.of citizenship; and, <br />that Colonel budge will be sincerely and deeply mourned by all citizens of this County as well <br />as many other persons and by reason of his many services rendered and his wise counsel; there- <br />fore, <br />Be It Resolved that the Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County, Florida <br />does herewith officially, and the members thereof as individuals, express it.and their sincere <br />regret at the passing of Colonel Mudge and do hereby extend their sympathy to the menbers of <br />the family of Colonel Mudge; that copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Vero Beach Press - <br />Journal and three copies thereof be forwarded to the family of Colonel Mudge and the original <br />hereof be spread upon the permanent records of this Board; <br />Be It Further Resolved that this Board do now immediately adjourn its meeting in re- <br />spect to Colonel Mudge. <br />The motion for the adoption of the resolution being duly seconded it was unanimously <br />adopted by the following vote: <br />Ayes; Messrs. Vickers, Poole, Clover and Helseth. <br />Chairman <br />ATTES . <br />Clerk. <br />- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <br />esda-v. Bch. 1. 1931s, <br />The Board -of County Commissioners in and for Indian River County, Florida, met at the <br /> Vero Beach, at 9:30 oeclock A. M. Tuesday February lst., 1938 in regular meeting <br />with the following members -of the Board present; E. P. Poole, Chairman; S. E Glover; Edwin A. <br />Helseth and Frank C. Vickers. Also present were Charles A. Mitchell, Attorney to the Board, dim. <br />W., Frick; Sheriff and Douglas Baker, Clerk. Also present was Mr. C. S. Michael who was appo <br />Fy <br />February 1% 1938 to serve the remainder of the term of the late Col. R. E. `Nudge. <br />Surety Bond of C. S. Michael for the sum of $2000.00 with Connecticut Casualty Cc <br />a Corporation under the laws of Indiana, head office Chicago, Ill., as surety was approved. <br />