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G12 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 Programs In Area To Commemorate Veterans Day Adams, Spanish-American War veteran, will be principal speakers. At Vero Beach there will be two services at 11 a.m., one arranged by Felix Popple Post of the American Legion at the Community Church and the other at Pocahontas Park under sponsorship of the Veterans Council of Indian River County. Principal speaker will be the Rev. Norfleet Jones, Central Assembly of God speaker who served with the 44th Naval Construction Bn. In World War II In the South Pacific. There will be a number of barbecues during the weekend, here In West Palm Beach today at Palm Beach Post 12, 625 Okeechobee Road, 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. and 4-6 p.m., and Monday at Fort Pierce Post 40 home, 2:30-7 p.m. The public Is Invited to each. State Citrus Crop 'Late' Participating will be Boca Raton American Legion Memorial Post 277, WWI Veterans Barracks, Elks Lodge, Rotary, Lions and Klwanls clubs. The city will have sidewalk flags out by 7 a.m. Monday In downtown West Palm Beach, according to Assistant City Manager John Sczymanskl, who added that many merchants have their own flags for display purposes. The regular West Palm Beach City Commission meeting-workshop session has been postponed until 2 p.m. Tuesday, by which time City Manager William H. Tyre will be back from West Palm Beach's "sister city" In Costa Rica. Perhaps the most Immediate significant program in Palm Beach County will be at 11 a.m. Monday In Ronald Osborne Park In North Palm Beach. The park was dedicated a year ago In memory of the village's first Vietnam fatality, according to Mayor Tom Lewis. The ceremonies this year will Include unveiling of two plaques dedicated to Pfc. Robert A. Gates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Gates of 37 Yacht Club Drive, and Pfc. Thomas Art. Bloodgood, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Blood-good, of 717 Robin Way. Pfc. Gates was killed In Vietnam and Pfc. Bloodgood died as the result of a traffic accident while stationed In Kentucky. Although no programs have been announced In the Glades part of Palm Beach County, the Pahokee, Belle Glade and South city halls will be closed. All five motor vehicle Inspection stations In the county will be closed. Tribute to veterans will be given in at least three Lake Worth area churches today: At Holy Redeemer Episcopal Church with services at 8, 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. with the Rev. Leslie B. Jenkins, rector; First Congregational Church, 9:30 and 11 a.m., and Church of God, 709 North F St., Sunday School program with Boy Scouts honoring veterans and servicemen, 9:45 a.m. Four different services are scheduled at Fort Pierce, where many of the leaders of the Florida Department of the American Legion are expected to gather for presentation of a car to Mrs. Jean Pendergrass of 310 N. 23rd St., a member of Fort Pierce American Legion Only a handful of observances are scheduled Monday In Palm Beach County: 10:30 a.m. at 875 Old Okeechobee Road, under sponsorship of Veterans of World War I Barracks 507, with Henry J. Ad-shead as commander; 7 p.m., parade under sponsorship of Patriotic Organization Council of the Palm Beaches, with veterans of area organizations and their auxiliaries participating along with the Shrine Drum and Bugle Corps, Marines, Army and Navy color guards, Palm Beach Military cadets and Palm Beach and Pahokee all-star girl twirlers. Boy and Girl Scouts and county sheriff groups. Music also will be by the Palm Beach. Forest Hill and Roosevelt High School bands. The parade Is to start' from Seventh Street and continue southward to Chase Street, according to Henry V. Hill, general and parade chairman. A Veterans Day memorial service will take place In Boca Raton at 11 a.m. Monday at Boca Raton Cemetery with veterans and service organizations of the area cooperating. There will be laying of a wreath, an honor guard and patriotic address. Auxiliary Unit 40. She was announced as winner of one of four automobiles announced at the national American Legion convention in New Orleans Sept. 8. The presentation will be at 2 p.m. at Post 40's home at 2 p.m., with a groundbreaking ceremony Immediately afterward In front of the home for a new headquarters for Post 40. At 10 a.m. a program Is scheduled In Memorial Park amphitheater with all veterans groups cooperating. Ma. Gilbert V. Jeffries, commander of the Marine Corps Reserve Training Center in West Palm Beach, , will be the principal speaker. At 11 a.m. World War I Veterans will be in charge at a flag raising ceremony In the park; and also at 5 p.m. to retire the colors. The courthouse, city hall and utilities building offices will be closed as well as banking institutions In Fort Pierce. Observance In Martin County will be at 10 a.m. In St. Joseph's College Auditorium under sponsorship of Martin County Barracks 854, Veterans of World War I. William Owens, former state representative, and Capt. Francis Fresh grapefruit shipments for the week totalled 775 cars, In luding 200 from the Indian River area, making the total for the year 1,992 cars. Shipments at this time last year were 5,622 cars. mark the official opening of the 50th anniversary year of the American Legion, and charting of a future course from the lessons of the past 50 years. Quite a few churches will be taking note of the day at services today or Monday. The Federal government observes the day as an official holiday, with only essential services performed. Schools and school offlcles will be closed In Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties. County courthouses will be closed In general, with the Palm Beach County courthouse offices and West Palm Beach city hall being closed, as well as in many other municipalities to the south county line. Palm Beach Town Hall and those at Jupiter, Tequesta and Palm Beach Gardens will be open as usual. Business houses and banks will be open as usual during the day. West Palm Beach Postmaster J. L. McLee said Nov. 11 will be observed as a legal holiday at all postal installations with no window service or regular mail delivery. Special delivery mall will be provided as usual. Lock box service will be maintained on a regular holiday basis and receipt, collection and dispatch of mail will be on holiday schedules. ' By BERYL B. LEWIS Staff Writer Echoes of the guns before the original Armistice Day 50 years ago long since have faded away. And memories may not be as vivid and sharp as in the trenches on the Western Front In 1918. But for a day the pulse of one time doughboys and their counterparts in other arms and services will quicken. And memories of events of yesteryear will be as unto yesterday for a day. Veterans Day, as Armistice Day has become, will be observed Monday, Nov. 11 In widely varying fashion In counties along the Southeast coast of Florida. Liltle note will be taken In some municipalities. In some others, observance of the national legal holiday will be on a minimum basis. In a few, patriotic observance will predominate for various reasons ranging from World War I the war to end all wars to World War II, the Korean conflict and the present Vietnam war. Armistice Day observance has changed from the original one of wild relief that the Central Powers' minions had been defeated to Veterans Day In tribute to those servicemen who survived armed conflict. But with tribute to those who gave of their utmost for their country. The 18 Veterans Day will LAKELAND (UPI) Florida citrus is four to five weeks behind schedule In reaching maturity, a fact supported by shipping reports released by Florida Citrus Mutual. Mutual reported 750 cars of fresh oranges (500 boxes per car) were shipped during the past week pushing the total for the young season to only 917 cars. At the same time last year, 2,358 cars of fresh oranges already had been shipped. The same situation Is noted In fresh grapefruit shipments and In processing utilization of both oranges and grapefruit. Youths Protest HELSINKI (L'PIl One hundred youths demonstrated in downtown Helsinki Saturday for more pedestrian power and "less car power." Their protest, in demand that some streets be sealed off to vehicles, caused several traffic Jams. D fWCTirnr? ft fit luuiNuini! ri'i ,f ju Duplicate Bridge i s- i i n ii n ii c: n i i rii ii If A I 71 I III i v I i x i I r ' I I I y SSli -f;S&' , : fk fm mi w fsw? a zm. aEw I tUSShl DESCRIPTION WAS (For Information regarding future bridge activities please telephone Mrs. John Rlquet between 9:30 and noon 582-72571. FLAKLERR tables SECTION A. NS: 1 Mr. Mrs. E. Cordy; 2 Dr. & Mrs. F. Hendrlckson; tied for 3rd B. Stonegard, Mrs. R. Altlerl, Dr. P. Johnsen, Mrs. J. Rybovlch, Jr. EW: 1 - A. Ward, H. Wade; 2 - Mrs. J. Bush, F. Schwelger; 3 Mrs, T. tirlmsdale, Mrs. J. Bailey. SECTION B. NS: 1 L. Green, I. Welnsleln: 2 Mrs. C. Michaels, Mrs. R. Snead; 3 Mrs. E. Allen, Mrs. C. Brod-vln, EW: 1 - Mrs. R. Bellows, Mrs. A. Glocker; 2 Mrs. M. Osborne, Mrs. J. Cheney; 3 Mrs. M. Crotts, Mrs. E. Jones. VILLAGE 14 tables NS: 1 Mrs. J. Rlquel, Mrs. F, Humeri 2 Mrs. J. Rvbovich, Jr., Mrs. C. Phillips; 3 - Mrs. "W. Beatty, Mrs. W. Thompson. EW: 1 Mrs. D. Perrv, Mrs. L. Buck-lev; 2 Mrs. R. Cohn, k. Cameron; 3 Mrs. M Beacham. Mrs. R. Hill. LIGHTHOUSE GALLERY 10 tables NS: 1 A. Sockol, J. Heacock; 2 Mr. & Mrs. G. Benoll; 3 Dr. 4 Mrs. F. Hendrlckson. EW: 1 - C. Wade, H. Puffer; 2 - M. Dumas, M. Bergen; 3 F. and V. Michael. ST. ANN 6 tables 1 Mrs. A. Hewlett. Mrs. H. Covle; tied for 2nd Mrs. F. Strazzulla, Mrs. K. Johnston. Mrs. M. Clifford, Mrs, W. Owens; 4 - Mi s. T. Pai ker, Mi s. R. Rov. RIV IKKA RE( KEATION 111 tables NS: 1 - J. Howe, Mrs. P. Glass; 2 -Mr. & Mrs. A. Matllcek; 3 - Mrs. F. Jorgensen, Mrs. K. Bollinger. EW: 1 - lied C. Kisser. H, Du-grane, G. Stenson, J. Brosnan; 3 C. Larsen, B l.eahv. LAKE WORTH 18 lablea Section A. NS: 1 Mrs. B. Shugart, C. Howard: lied for 2nd Dr. E. Keller- m m NOW 51 24.99 11.99 19.95 47.99 59.41 3.95 13I.9S 59.95 59.95 mm Wmk NOW 4I.9S 47.99 91.99 3.99 59.95 99.99 47.99 (3.99 71.99 47.99 41.99 79.99 79.99 43.99 51.99 71.99 79.99 71.99 79.99 11.99 43.99 11.95 79.99 47.49 91.99 111.99 43.99 79.99 70.99 91.99 94.99 47.49 47.49 43.99 79.99 DESCRIPTION WAS Ptocock Hi-lo Nylon 137.99 Blut Plush Nylon 95.99 Gold Shog Nylon 197.99 Gold Nylon Plush 127.99 Bug Twttd Htrculon 1 19.99 Bronit Grttn Tip Shtartd Htrculon 199.99 lovtndtr Plush Nylon 95 99 Roman Gold Ltvtl loop Htrculon 127.99 Trut Blut Shog Nylon 13.99 Gold Nylon Plush 95.99 Sopph.rt Blut ltvtl loop Htrculon 127.99 Pink Plush Nylon 159.99 Roman Gold ltvtl loop Htrcul 159.99 lovtndtr Plush Nylon 12799 Bnghl Gold lip Shtored Htrculon II ; 99 Gold Shog Nylon 157.99 Blut Plush Nylon 159 99 Bright Gold Tip Shtortd Htrculon 157.99 Gold Nylon Plush 159 99 Brown Twttd 23.99 Pink Plush Nylon 127 99 Orangt ltvtl loop 36.00 Avocodo Nylon Plush 159 99 Biut Shag Acrylic 95.99 Bright Gold Tip Shtartd Htrculon 197.99 Comtou Blut Shag Nylon 237.99 Sandalwood ltvtl loop Htrculon 127.99 Commtrcial Gold-Btcgt Twttd Htrculon 95 99 Comtaw Blut Shog Nylon 141.99 Sopphirt Blut Tip Shtartd Htrculon 157.99 Trut Blut Shog Nylon 189.99 Rtd Shog Acryk 95.99 Sandalwood ltvtl loop Htrculon 95 99 Blut Shag Acrylk 127.99 Rtd Shog Acrylic 159.99 SIZE 12. 15 9,12 12.15 12.12 9s 12 12.15 9s 12 12. 12 9, 12 9s 12 12.12 12.15 12.15 12. 12 9 . 12 12. 12 12. 15 12. 12 12. 15 9. 12 12. 12 9.12 12s 15 9. 12 12.15 12.15 12. 12 9s 12 9s 12 12s 12 12s 12 9s 12 9s 12 12s 12 12. 15 SIZE 12 i; 9I2 9x12 9,'i 9.12 VI2 12.12 12 15 12 15 9I2 9s 12 12 15 912 12.12 9x12 12.12 12.15 9 12 12.12 12.15 129 12.15 12s 12 9.12 12.15 12.12 9.12 12.15 12.12 9.12 12.15 12.12 12s 15 9.12 12s 12 Htrculon Twttd 125.00 Htrculon Twttd 78 00 Brown & Block Twttd 23.99 Pink Strged 39 99 Sopphire Blue Level loop Herculon 95 99 Aocodo Shag Kodtl 118 99 Btrgt Plush Nylon W Whitt Shos Kodtl 277 95 Blu twetd Htrculon I '8.95 Gold Shog Nylon H9.95 Pink Plush Nylon 5,99 Grton twd Htrculon 11999 Whitt Shog Kodtl I65 8 Avocodo Nylon Plush 127.99 BlutGrttntwetd Htrculon 120,99 Whitt Plush Nylon 127.99 Ctltry Shag Kodtl 279.99 Gold and Avocodo Shag Kodtl 167.99 Blut Grttn twttd Htrculon 1 59 99 Avocado Tonti Htrculon 197.99 Rtd Shog, Kodtl 147.99 Whilt Plush Nylon 159.99 Gold tont Twttd, Htrculon 159.99 Orchid Nylon Pluth 9S.99 Avocodo Kodtl Shog 279.99 Whit. Shog, Kodtl 223.99 Pink Plush, Nylon 99 Rtd Shog Kodtl 279 99 Avocodo I Aqua Twttd Htrculon 159 99 Whitt Shog Kodtl 167.99 Orchid Plush, Nylon 15999 Avocodo Twttd, Htrculon 159 99 Blut Grttn Htrculon Twttd 125.99 Blut Htrculon Twttd 78 00 Avocodo Shog Kodtl 157.99 man, J. Heacock, Mrs. M. Haynor, E. Breath. EW: 1 Mrs. J. Law, Mrs. S. Stlne; 2 Mrs. V. Soldo, C. Macmanus; 3 Mrs. M. Beacham. Mrs. R. Hill. Section B. NS: 1 - Mrs. V. Chatfleld, B. Stonegard; 2 Mr. 4 Mrs. F. Kumer; 3 Mr. at Mrs. M. Buck. EW: tied for lsl Mrs. C. Nash, Mr. C. Gustafson; Mrs. S. Krieger, Mrs. E. Hrubv; 3 Mrs. E. Harris, Mrs. D. Reynolds. CASINO 12 tables NS: 1 Mrs. J. Kent, L. Green: 2 -Mrs. S. Stlne, J. Follelle; 3 Mrs. M. Buck, B. Stonegard. EW: 1 Mrs. V. Chatfleld, Mrs. C. Gustafson; 2 Mr. & Mrs, C. Malphun; 3 Mrs. R. Snead, Mrs. A. Harris. DIXIE -10 tables NS: 1 Mrs. V. Chatfleld, H. Helfgott; 2 Mrs. F. Kumer. Mrs. K. Rvbovich; 3 Mrs. J, Booth, Mrs. E. Harris. EW: 1 Mrs. V. Soldo, Mrs. R. Snead; 2 Mrs. S. Smith. Mrs. A. Ferraris; 3 J. Slavback. Mrs. J. Law. COMMUNITY 10 tables NS : 1 Mrs. B. Shugart, K. Cameron; 2 Mrs. E. Baldwin, J. Heacock; 3 Mrs. A. Gordon, Mrs. T. McCrossln. EW: 1 Mrs. L. Prescott, W. Carpenter; 2 Mrs. A. Ferraris, Mrs. L. Jeffs; 3 Mrs. J. Booth, Mrs. E. Harris. RIVIERA BEACH 11 tables NS: 1 Mrs. R. Baruch, H. Puffer; 2 Col & Mrs. M. Armstrong; 3 Mrs. J. Severson. Mrs. P. Glass. EW: 1 Mrs. R. Brockway, R. Leahy; 2 Mrs. E. Pitman, Mrs. L. Jeffs; 3 Mrs. F. Martin, Mrs. T. McCrossln. ST. JULIANA 8 tables 1 Mrs. H. Anderson, J. Follette; 2 Mrs. M. Lavln. H. Helfgott; 3 - Mrs. D. Reynolds, Mrs, A. Ashley; 4 Mrs. J, Rybovlch, Jr., L. Auerback. GOLD COAST 10 tables NS: 1 Mrs. E. Allen, Mrs. L. Simon; 2 - Mr. & Mrs. H. VanDam; 3- Mrs. J. Lesser, L. Simon, EW: 1 Mrs. L. Grenon. W. Carpenter: 2 Mrs. W. Rogers. Mrs. W. Hynd-man ; 3 Mr. & Mrs. D. Perrv. ROYAL PALM -8 tables NS: 1 Mrs. A. Gordon. Mrs. S. Smith; 2 Mrs. B. McTaggart, W. Jones; 3 Mrs. C. Malplturs, Mrs. T. McCrossln. EW: 1 Mrs. M. Osborne, Mrs. L. Cheney; 2 Mrs. M. Movie. C. Mai-phurs: 3 Mrs. M. Beat-ham, Mrs. S, Carmlchael. BOVNTON BEACH 16 tables NS: 1 Mrs. E. Chatfleld. B. Stonegard; 2 Mr. & Mrs. J. Murray; 3 Mrs. N. Anderson, Mrs. A. Ashley; 4 Mr. 4 Mrs. T.Jones. EW: 1 Mrs. C. Blomshleld, Mrs. L. Fleischer; 2 Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. M. Crotls; 3 Mrs. F. Brolherton. Mrs. H. Barton; 4 Mrs. V. Norton, Mrs. E. Keavenev. WEST PALM BEACH -15 tables NS: 1 Mrs. S. Krieger, Mrs. N. Anderson; 2 Mrs. B. Shugart, C. Howard; 3 W.Wassell, E.Gordv. EW: 1 Mrs. C. Gustafson, Mrs. F. Marx; 2 Mrs. D. Berry, Dr. P. John-sen; 3 Mrs. S. Smith. Mrs. F. Ferraris. ROSARIAN 9 tables NS: tied tor 1st Mr, and Mrs. L. Bacon. E. Gordy, W. Wassell; 3 Mrs. W. Derbyshire, E. Breath. EW: 1 Mrs. A. Sanson, Mrs. H. Hubbard: 2 Mrs. V. Soldo, Mrs. C. Kern; G. Kaplan, B. Haw. BOCA RATON 1H tables Section A. NS: 1 Mrs. M. Olln, Mrs. B. Felln; 2 Mrs. F. Welch, Mrs. D. Tangney; 3 Mr. and Mrs. U. Currle. EW: 1 Mrs. D. Havden, Mrs. J. Ailing; 2 Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. M. Crotls; 3 Mrs. S, Smith, Mrs. F. Fern- rls. Section B. NS: 1 Mrs. A. Hubbard. Mrs. P. Chace; 2 Mrs. F. Sweedyk, Mrs. J . Gooding: 3 Mrs. H. Fallh, Mrs. E. Jones. EW: 1 Mrs. G. Sander, Mrs. E Maupln; 2 Mr. Mrs. 1. Haefluif ; 1-Mr. i Mrs. S. Kern. 47.99 59.95 12.99 63.99 59.99 43.99 139.99 13.99 79.99 91.99 13.99 79.99 79.99 47.99 139.99 111.99 47.99 139.99 79.99 13.99 79.99 79.99 51.99 24.99 71.99 mm mm mm tag I CElIIBSllil! mm mm mm mm. LEGAL NOTICES NO. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed Bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners. Palm Beach County, Florida, up to and opened at 11:00 A.M., E S T., December 1M8, at the Commission Meeting Room. ;)U1 North Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. Florida. Bids mav be delivered to the Office of the Coiintv Engineer. Building S-1132. Palm Beach International Airport, West Palm Beach, Florida, prior to 9:iu A M.. or may be delivered directly to the place of opening stated above for furnishinR of all materials, labor, equipment and supplies necessary for: CONSTRUCTION OF BLUE HERON BOULEVARD FROM OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY (S.R.S-Hll)TOUS-lSR-5) PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA Plans and Specifications may be pur chased for $20 no per set at the County Engineer's Office. Building S-1132. Palm Beach International Airport. West Palm Beach, Florida. Bids requested shall be set forth in the Proposal Form attached to and forming a part of the Specifications. Proposal forms will not be issued unless request is received at least 24 hours prior to the opening of the bids. The Board reserves the right to reject anvor all bias. Bv order of the Board of County Commissioners. Palm Beach County. Florida. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA BY: E F VanKessel. Chairman ATTEST: John B. Dunkle. Clerk William E Hill.Counlv Engineer Pub.: Nov. 111,17. 24. 18 no. tmt NOTICE TO BIDDERS ( ALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the Olflce of the Board of Countv Commissioners, Administration Building, :i()l North Olive Avenue. West Palm Ueach, Florida 3:i401, up to and opeied at 11 (l A.M., Tuesday, No-vemcr2, for furnishing: x-5ti Two 1 2i Cushman or equal Tun Trucksters. x ft? Electric Traffic Signal Equipment. tlx ') Hospital Clothing and Linens fix i9 Three 3) Leco 120 Fogging Machines. tis lio Trucks and Automobiles. lii-bl Office Furniture for the Road and Bridge office. Belle Glade. Florida. Specifications and proposal blanks may be obtained bv bona fide bidders upon application at the Purchasing Agent's Office. Building S-lftoS. Palm Beach International Airport, West Palm Beach. Florida. Telephone m-lXlli. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids By order of the Board of Countv Com-missioners. Palm Beach Countv, Florida. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA By: E.F. VanKessel Attest: John B Dunkle. Clerk lack Dean. Countv Administrator Pub: Nov. 10. 17. 19ti!i LEGAL NOTICES OPEN SUNDAY 9-6 M0N.-FRI.- 9-9 TUES. WED. THURS. SAT. 9-6 DRAPERIES $149 U YARD INC. LABOR PH. 844-5500 COMPLETELY INSTALLED SAVE . . . NO. M7I CALL FOR BIDS The Board ol County Commissioners. Palm Beach County. Florida, will receive sealed bids at the Commission Meeting Room. 3(11 North Olive Avenue. West Palm Beach, Florida, up to, and opened at 11:00 AM, E S T., Tuesday. November 26, 18 for the furnishing ol all materials, labor, equipment, supplies and services necessary for the construction of the: ALTERATION, ADDITION MODIFICATION TO GLADES OFFICE Bl'ILDING NEAR BELLE GLADE, PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA Plans and Specifications, as the Contract Documents, may be obtained bv qualified bidders upon depositing $50 00 for each set with the architect Chester Albert Cone. 216 Northwest 16th Street. Belle Glade Florida The deposit amount will be refunded upon the return of the documents w ithin 5 calendar days alter the date set for opening bids All bids shall be made on the forms provided and must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or Certilied Check made payable to the Board ol Countv Commissioners, Palm Beach Countv. Florida, in the amount of five (5 per cent) of the total gross amount of the base bid as guarantee that the bidder, If awarded the contract will within ten 1 10 1 consec utive calendar davs, alter written notice given of such award, enter Into A written contract with the Board of County Commissioners, In accordance with terms of the accepted bid. and give a Contract Surety Bond satisfactory to the Board nl Why Pay More For Carpet ??? ROLLS LARGE ENOUGH TO DO WALL TO WALL CARPETING. ..100'$ OF DECORATOR COLORS I STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM.JOO's MORE BUT NOT LISTED ABOVE. DON'T MISS THIS FANTASTIC VALUE. SOME ARE PART R0llS,S0ME ARE FULL ROLLS, SOME ARE FIRST QUALITY, SOME ARE IMPERFECT AND ALL ARE EXCELLENT VALUESI g0" ;o WnTY CVk r-n n I r f i 1 jl i 71 County Commissioners, equal to one hundred 1 100) per cent, of the con- I tract price I Bids requested shall be set forth In the Proposal Form attached to and I m. m m m i t a c m m ft str 9L w Jl f l y v j (DISCOUNT STORES) NO. 2H2 NOTICE TO BIDDERS CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the Of lice of the Board of County Commissioners, Administration Building. 301 North Olive Avenue. West Palm Beach. Florida 3.14(11. up to and opened at 11:00 A.M.. Tuesday. November 2K. 19h8. for furnishing b8 -52 One (1 ) Rubber Tired Wheel Tractor KS-MOne 1 1 1 Road Maintainer Mt-MOneiliSO" Rotary Mower Specihcations and proposal blanks mav be obtained by bona fide bidders upon application at the Purchasing Agent's Office. Building S-1505. Palm Beach International Airport. West Palm Beach. Florida. Telephone 683-13.18 The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board of Countv Commissioners, Palm Beach County, Florida BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA By: E. F. Van Kessel, Chairman Attest: JohnB Dunkle, Clerk Jack Dean. County Administrator Pub.: Nov. 10. 17,1) 2207 BROADWAY RIVIERA BEACH OR 1 306 LUCERNE LAKE WORTH 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU lorming a part ol the Specifications Proposal forms will not be issued unless request is received at least 24 hours prior tothe opening of the bids The wages to be paid bv the Contractor shall, in no case, be below the local prevailing wage for similar nork as established for the Palm Beach County area and to wage rate schedule provided by the Florida In-uusuiai Commission, included as part ot the Specific ations. No bidder mav withdraw his bid within 10 days after the date set for opening thereof The Board reserves the right to waive Informalities In anv bid and to reject anv or all bids submitted Bv order of the Board of County Commissioners. Pain Beach County. Florida BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA By. E F. Van Kessel. Chairman ATTEST: JohnB Dunkle Clerk J.ic k De.m. Countv Administrator William E Hill. Countv Engineer Pub : Nov 3. 10. 17. 1968 LAKE WORTH RIVIERA BEACH CALL OUR HOME DECORATOR FOR FREE ESTIMATES PH. 042-5252 - - 585-751

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