<br />TUESDAYS JULY 1l 1947.
<br />The Board of County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the Court House in
<br />Vero'Beach, Florida, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, July 1, 1947, in regular meeting with
<br />,the following members of the Board presents W. C. Graves, Jr., Chairman; Albert 0. Helseth,
<br />S. E. Glover, and J. L. Helpling. Absent: Frank C. Vickers. Also present were C. P. Diamond,
<br />attorney from the firm of Mitchell, Smith & Mitchell; E. E. Carter, County Engineer; L. B.
<br />O'Steen, Sheriff; and Douglas Baker, Clerk.
<br />The minutes of the previous meetings were read and approved E r: ... .......
<br />It was ordered Mary Bryant (White), Gifford, Florida, be replaced on the Welfare
<br />list to receive the sum of $5.50 per month from the General Revenue Fund until the further
<br />orders of the Board.
<br />The Board authorized grocery order in the sum of $6.00 per week for Rosco Chapman
<br />and family until further ordered.
<br />On motion made by Commissioner Glover, seconded by Commissioner Helpling and unan-
<br />imously carried, the Board advised Sheriff L. B. O'Steen that the closing hours for all places
<br />of business selling intoxicating liquors, wines and beer out side of the corporate limits
<br />municipality and within Indian River County would be 12:00 at night.
<br />Douglas Baker,. Clerk, announced he had received the additional sum of $5,900.00 race
<br />track funds,and on motion made by Commissioner Helseth seconded by Commissioner Glover and un-
<br />animously carried the Clerk was instructed to deposit same in the Road and Bridge Fund of
<br />Indian River County,
<br />County Deeds Nos. 271 and 272 were executed by the Board as provided by law under
<br />Chapter 22079, Acts of 1943.
<br />Application for license (Series 7* COP) to sell intoxicating liquors, wines, and
<br />beer was/presented by Allton Kitching for the Paradise Inn located on South Emerson Avenue was
<br />agaia-P§484=4 4 -to the Roard after having been previously being presented on May a), 1947, and
<br />on June 3�,�94?s and after carefully, caonsidering the same,on motion made, seconded and carried
<br />said application was disapproved by Teason of population under Chapter 23746, Laws of Florida.
<br />Application for license (Series 7* COP) to sell intoxicating liquors, wines, and beer
<br />was presented by James Walter Turner to be located on E 5 Acres of Tract 89 3-33-38 (Heath
<br />property, State Road No. 60) was presented to the Board and after carefully considering the
<br />same, on m6tion made, seconded and carried, said application was disapproved by reason of
<br />population law under Chapter 237461 Laws of Florida.
<br />On motion made by Commissioner Helseth, seconded by Commissioner Glover and
<br />ly carried, Douglas Baker, Clerk, was instrde ted to advise Glenn and Hike Smith.that the Board
<br />'desired to pay not exceeding the sum of $35.00 per month for the care of the Courthouse lawn,
<br />shrubbery, vines, etc, effective July 1, 1947.
<br />Sheriff L. B. O'Steen filed the following letters with Douglas Balker, Clerk, and same
<br />(were ordered.recorded in'lthe County Commissioners' Minutes Book to be made a part of these
<br />June 26, 1947
<br />Hon. Douglas Baker
<br />Clerk Circuit Court
<br />Vero Beach, Florida
<br />Dear Sir:
<br />This is to advise that the appointment of Mr. J. A. Williams, Jr., as Deputy Sheriff
<br />of Indian River County, Florida, has been revoked by me as of this date*
<br />Will appreciate it if you will file this notice in the proper manner and call same
<br />',to the attention of Board of County Commissioners.
<br />Thanking you, I am
<br />i Yours eery truly,
<br />L. B. O'Steen
<br />L. B. O'Steen Sheriff
<br />LBO'S,7mt Indian River County, Florida