<br />Rudy Hubbard appeared before the Board with reference to -the county's Workmen's
<br />Compensation Insurance. Upon Motion made by Commissioner Macdonald,,seeonded by Commissioner
<br />Robert Graves and unanimously carried,- the Clet'k 4s,instructed to,XeQujkt bids for the fur-
<br />R� nisbing to the County of Workmen's Compansation insurance for the renewal of the existing
<br />5 policy and for the -renewal of any otherpolicies •w ich will expire within .the month where the
<br />C premium° fdr samb is $500.00 "ojr mote based upon 1ast,� ' policy,,.
<br />Po ®ars P y y.
<br />L. C., .Royal, Janitbr;, appeared :.before the -Board" and requested -the Board .provide
<br />R him.vith some .part-time help for Wednesday -and Saturday afternoons. .The Boatd-1said'for.him to
<br />look'around•atnd see if he could get someone to help him on these two afternoons a week.
<br />VERO BEACH PRESS40URNAL
<br />Published Weekly
<br />Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida
<br />COUNTY OF INDIAN RIVER:
<br />STATE OF FLORIDA
<br />Before the undersigned authority personally appeared J. J. Schumann, who
<br />on oath says that he is Business Manager of.the Vero Beach Press -Journal, a weekly
<br />newspaper published at Vero Beach in Indian River County, Florida; that the attached
<br />copy of advertisement, being a —L _
<br />______ _____—_—_ in the matter of
<br />in the Court, was pub-
<br />lished in said newspaper in the issues of
<br />Affiant further says that the said Vero Mach Press Journal is a newspaper published at
<br />Vero Beach, In said Indian River County, Florida, and that the said newspaper has heretofore
<br />been continuously published in said Indian River County, Florida, weekly and has been entered
<br />as second class mail matter at the post office in Vero Beach, in said Indian River County, Florida,
<br />for a period ,of one year next preceeding the first publication of the attached copy of advertisement;
<br />and affiant further says that he has neither paid nor promised any person, firm or corporation
<br />any discount, rebate, commission or refund for the purpose of securing this advertisement for
<br />publication in the said newspaper.
<br />Sworn to and subscribed before me this al _-4:6 of—N'— A. D. 114-2
<br />4 J Awl A —
<br />(Clerk of the Circuit Court, Indian Rilver County, Flori(ia)
<br />NOTICE RLQUESTING BIDS
<br />The Board of County Commis-
<br />sioners of Indian River Coun�y,
<br />Florida, will '.receive sealed bids
<br />to the hour` of 10:00 o'eIock A. M.
<br />on, March 5,'1957, and at said time
<br />publicly open the same at a meet-
<br />ing of saidBoprd in the County
<br />Commissioners' ' room of the In -
<br />than River County' Courthouse,,
<br />Vero Beach, Florida, for the side
<br />to said County of the following;,
<br />1. One ''new tudor standard
<br />model six cylinder automobile;
<br />All bids must be sealed and
<br />plainly marked on the outside of'I
<br />the envelope,- "Bid on Automobile "
<br />The price quoted should be the net
<br />cash price to the County after Oe -
<br />duction of all taxes to which the
<br />County is exempt. If further' qe
<br />tails are desired, prospective, bd-
<br />ders. may contact the Superintend-
<br />ent of Public Roads.
<br />} The Board reserves the rightto
<br />waive any. informalities and to re-
<br />ject any and' all bids.
<br />- This 11th day of February, 1957.
<br />BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
<br />MISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIV-
<br />ER COUNTY, FLORIDA.
<br />By: J. J: P. Hamilton
<br />IFeb. 14, 21,'1957.
<br />Pursuant to the foregoing notice requesting bids on One Tudor Standard Model
<br />11 Six cylinder automobile, the following bids were received:
<br />Arnold Offutt Ford, Inc. - - - - - - - - - - Price $1514.38
<br />Roland Miller Chevrolet, Inc.- - - - - - - - - - Price $1499.90.
<br />Upon Motion made by Commissioner Robert Graves., seconded by Commissioner Mac-
<br />donald and carried, the Board accepted the low bid by Roland Miller Chevrolet, Inc. for the
<br />price of $1499.90.
<br />Roland Miller and Kenneth Franks appeared before the Board and requested that
<br />something be done about Road A -1-A, stating that a 3 mile strip was almost impassable. Upon
<br />Motion made by Commissioner Robert Graves, seconded by Commissioner Macdonald and unanimously
<br />carried, the Board requested E. E. Carter, Superintendent of Roads to make an estimate of how
<br />much it will cost to rework this stretch of road and submit these figures to the Commissioners