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'rales of the State Auditor, reference to such record and the list so recorded being made a <br />part of these mibutes. <br />The County Depository filed its monthlyestatementg showing receipts and disbursements:' <br />of the various funds9 which having been audited were found to be correct. <br />There being no further business on motion made, seconded and carried, the Board <br />then adjourned. <br />i <br />�. <br />CHAIRMAN <br />CLERK <br />---------------------- -------------------------------------------- ----------------------------- <br />Tmpa, Jun 1, 3,948 <br />;l <br />The BoarUof County Commissioners of Indian River County met at the Court House in <br />1Vero Beach$ Florida, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, June 1, 1948, in regular meeting with <br />the following members of the Board presents W. C. Graves, Jr., Chairman; Albert 0. Helseth, <br />i <br />J. L. Belpling, S. E. Glover, and Frank C. Vickers. Also present were S. N. Smith, Jr. of <br />the law firm of Mitchell, Smith & Mitchell; E. E. Carter, Road and Bridge Superintendent; <br />'L. B. O'Steen, , Shefiff yard Douglas Baker, Clerk. <br />Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. <br />I On May 22, 1948, the Board approved application for admission to the Florida State <br />'Tuberculosis Sanitorium for Corne#lius L. Coplin (colored), Spillway. <br />ii <br />Messrs. Gardner, Peoples, Cox and Thatcher appeared before the Board as a Committee <br />�representirig the Indian River County Hospital Association and requested the Board give serious <br />,thought to and advise said Committee as soon as possible as to what amount or how much might <br />�'be available in financial assistance toward the construction of a new hospital during the <br />Board's 1948-1949 fiscal year which is from October 1, 1948 to and including September 309 1949.. <br />Mrs. Ann C. Bunch, Director of District No. 10 Welfare Board$ Wesp Palm Beach$ and <br />Diss Mary Klueppelberg, Child Welfare aid, Fort Pierce, Florida$ and Warren T. Zeuch, member <br />qof the State Welfare Board, appeared before the Board and requested an appropriation of $2,000.0p <br />for 6hild welfare work in Indian River County for the Board's fiscal year of 1948-1949• <br />N' Dr. Hague of the County Health Unit appeared before the Board and gave a report as to !, <br />�Ithe activities of said health unit covering a period of three months and stated that it was <br />!,'.desired in addition to the regular amount appropriated for the County Health Unit that an <br />o;additional $40.00 peP month to be used toward the use of an old man for County Sanitary <br />p <br />�' officer. <br />Application for transfer of beverage license No. 41, from Alex MacWilliam to Edward <br />Thomas "The Tropics?" (formerly Club Mae) was approved. <br />a„ <br />Record Auditor Mr. Paul Shaw appeared before the Board and discussed with the <br />`IBoard the advisability of having cancelled certain bonds and coupons which had been accepted <br />!by the Clerk in payment of delihquent taxes. Attorney Smith was instructed to confer with <br />"Mr. Shaw regarding this matter and handle same in such.a manner as would be advisable and <br />bendfieial to Indian River County. <br />M. A. Boudet, County Agent, presented a report of his activities for the month of May <br />sand said report was ordered filed with the Clerk. Mr. Boudet a+so-requested the approval of <br />q''expenses of the boys to attend the 4-H Club camp this summer, said request was granted by the <br />r <br />Board. <br />Commissioner J. L. Helpling from Wabasso stated that he was opposed to the construe4 <br />;',tion of the Blue Cypress Lake road because$ in his opinion, there were other roads in the <br />�ICounty which needed repairing and constructing which are more necessary% tential to the <br />citizens and tax payers of Indian River County. <br />0 <br />11 <br />1 <br />0 <br />
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