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1 <br />0 <br />• <br />1 <br />0 <br />C <br />1 <br />0 <br />431 , <br />carried, that at such time as Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schlitt submit a plat of subdivision <br />of property owned by them on U. S. 41, and said plat approved by the Board of County <br />commissioners, that the Board will recommend to the State Road Department that consideration <br />be given for a turn -out into said subdivision. <br />Colonel A. V. Lill was appointed the delegate and Robert Skinner the alternate, <br />to attend a personnel of Civil Defense meeting to be held in Miami, November 15 to 19, 1954. <br />Said Motion was made by Commissioner Waddell, seconded by Commissioner Hamilton and carried. <br />Expenses not to exceed $10.00 a day were authorized by the Board. <br />A petition signed by D. J. Revelle's and others was received relating to <br />the road situation in the Roseland area. The petition was given to E. E. Carter, Road G <br />Bridge Superintendent to investigate and report on same at the ngxt meeting of the Board. <br />A petition signed by Albert Bagley and approximately 54 other signatures was <br />received requesting at least one traffic light in Gifford so that pedestrians can cross <br />U. S. nl without being in so much danger of being struck by the fast moving traffic. Said <br />petition was considered and transmitted to Mr. Harry Offutt, Chairman of the Indian River <br />County Safety Council for consideration and action in the matter if possible. <br />The following was appointed deputy sheriff by L. B. O'Steen Sheriff, and <br />Douglas Baker, Clerk announced that said appointment had been filed with him. <br />Name <br />Lucille McGill <br />Precinct No. <br />lA <br />Address <br />Fellsmere, Florida <br />Deputy Sheriff's Bond for Lucille McGill in the sum of $1,000.00 with St. Paul Mercury <br />Indemnity Company as surety was approved. <br />Four separate petitions signed by residents of Indian River County were pre - <br />sented to the.Board, and the said petitions related to at least six cemeteries within the <br />county, and requested the Board of County Commissioners to take the matter under considera- <br />tion for the care and maintaince of said cemeteries. After discussion and consideration <br />of the matter, the Board instructed Douglas Baker, Clerk to write a letter to a representa- <br />tive of the several petitions, advising that this board stood ready to cooperation at all <br />times with the several cemetery associations and/or committees, and would be glad to assist <br />and cooperate at sudha:tmes as the associations or committees would instigate or take the <br />httiative in any clean-up project relating to the said cemeteries. <br />Mrs. Anne.Christensen appeared before the Board and made a report of her acti- <br />vities for the month of September, and said report was ordered filed with the Clerk. <br />Notary Public Bond for George A. Kuster in the sum of $500.00 with the American <br />Surety Company of New York as surety was approved by Douglas Baker, Clerk Circuit Court as <br />provided by law. <br />- - -n- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - <br />VETERAN'S DAY <br />Upon Commissioner Warren, seconded by Commissioner Waddell.and <br />carried, the following Resolution was unanimously adopted. <br />WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States of America -las seen fit by <br />Legislative Enactment to designate and proclaim November 11th as VETERANS' DAY in commemora- <br />tion and memory of all the veterans of the different wars; and, <br />WHEREAS, the Zimerican Legion Felix Poppell Post No. 39 of Vero Beach, in <br />conjunction with the Veterans of Foreign tars John M. Mixon Post No. 3918, and the Disabled <br />American Veterans Gene Evans Chapter, in commemoration of this day have seen fit to commemo- <br />