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4-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 EVERESUJENNINGS LEGAL. NOTICES Askew Reported Seeking Gubernatorial Nomination Junior College Has Highest Enrollment 3 WHEELCHAIRS NO. MM PROPOSED RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND RELATING TO THE PAVING OF. AND DECLARING AND ACCEPTING AS A COUNTY ROAD. DAYTON ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS - BLOCK 29. PALM BEACH FARMS COM PANY PLAT 3. DECLARING THE DETERMINATION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA. TO MAKE SUCH PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT THE NECESSITY FOR AND THE NATURE OF THE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT; DECLARING WHAT PORTION OF THE EXPENSES THEREOF SHALL BE PAID BY SPECIAL ASSESSMENT; STATING THE TOTAL ESTIMATED CONTRACT COST V$ft$. 3 PRICE LINES " STANDARD CUSTOM SALES & SERVICE SCHMIDT'S PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 417CUMATIS ST. PHONE 832-8383 er than vested interest money, which is generally considered to be in Mathews' camp. It was learned Askew hopes to capitalize on the fact that he is a graduate of Florida State University as well as the irida law AND THE TOTAL ESTIMATED ADMINISTRATIVE COST OF ASSESS M ENTS AND THE NUM BER OF ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS. WHEREAS, a petition has been filed with the Board ol County Commis the application process. May-field added. Evening students may apply for winter term enrollment during evening registration Jan. 3, 6, and 7, but day students must complete applications, testing, orientation and counseling prior to that time. Accident sioners by at least sixty (60) per cent, of the owners in number and at least the owners of sixtv (601 per rent, measured by front footage, of the lands liable to be assessed for the paving and improvement of DAY TON ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS - BLOCK 2. PALM BEACH FARMS COMPANY PLAT 3 and WHEREAS, the Board of Countv Commissioners is authorized bv Chap ter 3112m. Laws of Florida. Acts of l'J'iV as amended by Chapter 59-16. Laws undesirable committee for any aspirant for statewide office because of obvious disadvantages involved when new taxes must be imposed. As Senate president, Mathews must take his share of lumps if any new taxes are imposed. Askew has been a long-time friend, personal and political, of Mathews. Askew supported Mathews' bid for the Democratic nomination in 193, when Mathews came in fifth in a six-man race. Askew was a leading force in the reapportionment struggles which occurred in '64 and '65, '66 and '67. Informed sources say Askew is basing his gubernatorial hopes on "the grass roots" campaign money, rath or r lor ida. Acts or 19r9. to make the improvements herein authorized; NOW THEREFORE. EE IT RESOLVED. BY THE BOARD OF COUN TY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY. FLORIDA, in session assembled the 24th day of December. lXas follows; Section 1. The improvement herein proposed may be designated as KNEWSf ""1 EETY0Uy ViJ IS TONIGHT ', . "W J DAY ION KOAD IN f MJK1DA GARDENS - SlKtll lMr-KUVfc.Vlt.lv 1 Injures Youth Section 2. The Board of County Commissioners hereby declares and accepts said DAYTON ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS BLOCK 29. PALM BEACH FARMS COM PANY PLAT 3 as a County Road. Section 3. The Board of County Commissioners hereby resolves and determines that it is necessary to make a certain public- improvement, town: To pave, with proper drainage, said DAYTON ROAD IN FLORIDA LAKE WORTH The Palm Beach Junior College has a 1968 fall term enrollment of 5,559, highest in the college's history, Dr. Harold C. Manor, college president, has announced. The increase resulted from gains in evening enrollment, extension classes in Belle Glade, workshops and a gain of 157 on-campus day students, records show. With a record enrollment achieved, college officials have set a 3 p.m, deadline Dec. 2 for winter term applications for persons attending the school as day students for the first time. Laurence Mayfield, registrar, reported that his office has already processed 200 applications from new and returning students, compared with 179 last year prior to the winter term. He said registia-tion for the term begins Jan. 2. but applications must be filed ahead of time to allow for preparing and processing of records. New day students must return the main application form to the registrar's office by 3 p.m. Monday. The student is then given another week to obtain additional documents needed to complete GARDENS BLOCK 29. PALM BEACH FARMS COMPANY PLAT 3 accordance with plans, specific ations and estimates of cost now on file in the olllceol met ounty fcnsineer. Section 4. The expenses nf said improvement shall be paid by special assessment on a front footage basis against privately owned property abutting upon the improvement and the entire amount of the cost shall be paid bv the abutting owners. The County will advance the initial cost from its budget item for such improvement, whu h county fund will be reimbursed as assess -'IT IVWAAMMIA LANt BRYANT ments are p.un pv me anuiting owners Section ?i The estimated contract cost of the proposed improvement is $'ir,,f;oH t4 and the estimated administrative cost is $5,072 (10 making the estimated total cost of ito.bM) 64. The work shall be done by contract. Section 6 The method of payment shall be by assessment of abutting, private property, hereinafter described, on a prorata front footage basis, and the number of annual installments shall be ten (10). together with interest thereon at the rate of six (K) per cent per annum, provided, however, that any assessment mav be paid at any time by payment of the total unpaid principal thereof, together with interest computed to the dale of payment. Se tion 7. The property benefited, the front footage and the total estimated assessment against each lot. said lots being In DAYTON ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS - BLOCK 29. PALM BEACH FARMS COMPANY PLAT 3 as aforesaid, areasfollows: FRONT FOOTAGE N AMK(S) OK LEGAL DESCRIPTION (Total) By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE (AFN) -Escambia County senior State Senator Reubin Askew has made up his mind to run for the Democratic nomination for governor, it was learned Monday. As president pro tem of the Senate for the next two years, Askew's decision creates a unique situation in Florida's upper chamber, since one of his leading adversaries for the nomination is Senate President John Mathews, D-Jack-sonville. Another leading contender also comes from north Florida. He is Secretary of State Tom Adams, formerly a state senator from Clay County on the outskirts of Jacksonville. A fourth possibility is Dade County's Chuck Hall, the only south Florida candidate looming on the political horizon at this time in the Democratic camp. Askew, a two-termer in the House before coming to the Senate in 1963, apparently found considerable encouragement in the Hillsborough and Dade County areas to go with what is turning out to be a community project for his nomination. The 40-year-old Pensacola attorney took a leave of absence from his law firm earlier this year to quietly take a swing through the state, seeking possible support for his gubernatorial bid. Reliable sources show tnat contrary to reports put out by Mathews' supporters, all of the political money in the state has not been pledged to Mathews' campaign. One of Mathews' supporters told All Florida News that he switched his support from Mathews to Askew when Mathews passed Askew over for chairmanship of the Senate Ways and Means Committee. Instead, Mathews placed Askew on the subcommittee of finance and taxation, a highly Open Mon. Thru Sot. 10 to 9:30 Moil and Phone Orders 683-6255 Add 4 Stat Tax SO Mailing Charge 'Lot-Rlockl ESTIMATED COST OWNERS ()K RECORD Constr. .Admin. TOTAL 162.20 $1,647.95 Florida Gardens Land & Development Co Noel Brian Atherly Jr., 18, of 144 W. Mango St., Lantana, escaped a two-car collision about 9 a.m. Monday with minor injuries, said investigating patrolman R. G. Winebrenner. Atherly s 1961 Volkswagen was estimated a total loss when it was struck by a northbound car driven by Fred Young, 65, of 741 Sixth St., Riviera Beach, at the intersection of Datura and Florida Avenues. Winebrenner said there were no witnesses to the accident, and the stories of the drivers varied. Young stated he was travelling north on Florida Avenue and that the car driven by Atherlv ran through a red light. Atherly stated he was northbound on Florida Avenue and was making a left turn when Young attempted to pass him on the left. The two cars locked together and traveled a distance of 35 feet, destroying a parking meter and colliding into the home of Richard P. Philips, of 115 Florida Avenue. According to Winebrenner, Young was charged with careless driving by improperly passing on the left. Atherly was treated at Good Samaritan Hospital for head cuts and later released. Damage to Young's 1967 Chevrolet was estimated at $1,000, and to the Philips' home, $40. S 162 2' of N. 402 2' of E. 175' ofW 205'ofTr. 55. Blk. 29. also known as Lot 206. S. KW of N. 210' of E 175' of W. 205' of Tr. 55, Blk. 29, alsoknownasLot2()7 S. 100' of N. 140' of E. 175' of 101)00 1.016U0 Florida Gardens Land & Development Co. 100.00 1,016.00 Florida Gardens Land & Development Co. 100.00 1,016.00 Vincent Indindoli & Wife, Carrnela W. 205' of Tr. 55, Blk. 29, also k nown as Lot 20k S. 60' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 42 & N. 40' of E. 175' of W. ioi of Lot 65, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 209 S. 100' of N. 600' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 42. Blk. 29. 100.00 1,016.00 Paula Volk and Hlldegard Volk Field Trip Planned To Hurricane Center Persons interested in weather forecasting may go along on a tour of the National Hurricane Center in Miami Sunday. Several seats are still available on a bus chartered by the Pine Jog Conservation 'Center, which is conducting a class in weather study. Sunday's field trip, led by Thomas Rush, meteorologist-in-charge of the U.S. Weather Bureau at Palm Beach International Airport, is scheduled to leave the center at 1 p.m. Jay Jarrett of the Pine Jog Center will be taking registration for the remaining vacant seats throughout this week. DESIGN FOR THE GOOD LIFE... Carefree, easy-going yet ever smart and pert because ft in Arnel triacetate, the fabric so much in favor . . . Great for travel and a wonderful about towner. It's by Flair of Miami, this black and while print! 76 Muriel Waterhouse 100.00 1,016.00 alsoknownas Lot 210 S. 100' of N 500' of E. 175' of W 205' of Tr. 42, Blk. 29. also known as Lot 211 S. 100' of 400' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Tr 42, Blk. 29, also k nown as Lot 212 S. 100' of N .300' of E. 175' of W 205' of Tr. 42, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 213. 100.00 1,016.00 Ivan L. Fisher A wife. Sylvia A. 100.00 1,016.00 Jack L. Dean & wife. Norma H. 100.00 1,016.00 John Schlcgel & wile, Mary S. 100' of N. 200' of W. 175' of E. 300' of Tr. 42, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 214 N. UK)' of E. 175' of W. 205' of I.,nt. .251.. B!!c.J!ir-aIse-known as Lot 215 Robert M. Thompson 100.00 1,016.00 ip MM Audubon Society Sets Field Trip 100.00 1,016.00 Elmer A. Amstutz S. 1110' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 23, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 216 N. 100' of S. 21)0' of E. 170' of W. 205' of Lot 23. Blk. 29, also known as Lot 217 100.00 1.016.00 Elmer A. Amstutz your special size 28io52 Touring Record LOUISVILLE (APi - Mary B. Smith and her three children set some sort of a record during the summer by visiting each of the more than 40 parks and shrines in Kentucky. The trips, made on weekends, put 6.000 miles on the familv auto. John (). Sjoquist A wife. VI- N. 1(H)' of S. 300' of W. 175' 100.00 1,016.00 of E. 300' of Tr. 23, Blk. 29. The Audubon Society of the Everglades will hold its fall week-end field trip Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1 at the John Penne-kamp Park on Key Largo. Many members are expected to camp at the park camping grounds. Groups will form at the park entrance at also known as Lot 218 7:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The public is invited to participate. For those wishing a shorter trip, a local field visit to Hy-poluxo Island and beaches is set for Saturday morning. The starting time is 7:30 a.m. at the east end of Lantana Bridge. 100.00 1,016.00 M mIc i.. Shearer & wife, M.iiK.irctL N. 100' of S 4011' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Tr. 23, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 219 N. 100' of S. 500' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 23, Blk. 29. a I so know n as Lot 220 Vli to: K Mavnor 100.00 1.016.00 LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES John Lustic wife, Pauline W. 175' of E. 300' of S. 100' 100.00 1,016.00 (County Commissioners' ) (SEAL) ATTEST: JOHN B. DUNKLE of N. 160- of Lot 23, Blk. 29, also known us Lot 221 Elmer R. Phelps & wife, S. 40' of E. 75' of W. 205' of 100.00 1,016.00 Flov E. Lot 10 & N. 611' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 23, Blk. 29, also known us Lot 222 J. ALEX ARNETTE. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT By: Deputy Clerk I. JOHN B. DUNKLE, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County, Florida, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the above and forego tn is a true and correct copy of resolution proposed to be adnpted by the Board of Countv Commissioners of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the 24th 100.00 1.016.00 lear.R. IS it( helor dayof December. 18 139.80 1,420.37 N 100' of S. 140' of E. 175' of W. 205' of Lot 10, Blk. 29. also known as Lot 223 N. 139 R of S. 279.8' of E. 125' of W 205' of Lot 10, Blk. 29. also known as Lot 224 E. 75' of S. 139.8' of N. 520' of Lot 10 and W, 49' of S. Hussell E Mvers A wile Josephine DATED this 20th day of August, 1968 JOHN B. DUNKLE C LERK CIRCUIT COURT By: Helen K. Baker Deputy Clerk, Board of County Commissioners. 139.80 1,420.37 William E Tilley A wile Virginia M. (COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' SEAL) JONES. ADAMS, PAINE & FOSTER 13!) X' of N. 520' of Lot 9, Attorneys for Board 601 Flagler Drive Court West Palm Beach, Florida Blk. 29. also known as Lot 225. Myron T Shaffer A wife. N. 100' of S. 140' of E. 75' of 100.00 1,016.00 Lot Id and N. 100' ol S. 140' Pub.: Nov. 19, 26, 18 Kathryn I. male of W. KIO' of Lot 9, Blk. 2!l, also known as Lot 226. , E. 75' of S. 401 of Lot 10 & W inn of S, 40' ol Lot 9 A E. 100. IK) 1,016.00 illey A wile llenrv VL-(' .l.-.llll'tt.- 75' of N . 60' of Lot 23 A W. Kill' of N CO' of Lot 24, Blk. 29. also known as Lot 227 A N 10"' of S 1100' of W. 100' of Lot 24 A N. 100' of S 6(H)' of E. 75' of Lot 23. Blk. 29, also known as Lot 228 100.00 1.016 00 Ki( hard A ( 'arpt ntt-r wile, Margaret K money 100.00 1,016.00 Victor E. Mavnor A wife. Elsa E. S. 1(H)' of N. 200' of E. 75' of Tr 23 A S. 100' of N 200' of W. 10(1' of Tr. 24. Blk. 29. also knownas Lot 229 100.00 1,016.00 Russell K Mvers A wife, N. 100' of S. 400' of E. 75' of Josephine Lot 23 A N 100' of S. 400' of W. 100' of Lot 24, Blk. 29 also known as Lot 230 10000 1,016.00 Wanda E lloam-ll N. 100' of S. 300' of W. 100' of Lot 24. and N. UK)' of S. 30(1' of E 75' ol Lot 23, Blk. 29, also knownas Lot 231 100.00 1,016.00 Florida Gardens Land A N 100' of S 200' of E. 75' of DevelopinentCoinpanv Tr 23 and N 1110' of S. 200' of W. loo' of Tr 24, Blk. 29. also known as Lot 232 Win TP vi KA 100 00 1,016 00 Claude W Barrett A wife Lucille L. 200.00 2,032.00 Gerald E Hodman A wife Adeline M. S 100' of E 75' of Lot 23 & S 100' of I(l' of Lot 24, Blk. 29. aiso known as Lot 233 E 75' of N 20(1' of Lot 42 A W UK)' ol N. 200' of Lot 41. Blk 29. also known as Lots 234 A 235 E 75' of S. UK)' ol N. 300' of Lot 42 A W. 100' of S. l(K)' of N. 300' of Lot 41, Blk. 29, also k nown as Lot 236 100,00 1,016.00 Edward Toomey A Viola K 100.00 1.016,00 Reuben .1 Stuart A Edylhe E wife, S. UK)' of N 400' of W. 100' of Lot 41 A S. 100' of N. 4IH)' ol E. 75' of Lot 42. Blk. 29. al so k nown as Lot 237 100 00 1.01600 Herbert E llearrell wife. Frames A S UK)' of N. 500' of E. 75' of Lot 42 A S. UK)' of N 500' of W. 1(H)' of Lot 41, Blk. 29, as hard as you do! 100.00 1.016.00 also known as Lot 233 J L. Bramble A wife, Wil- E 75' of N 100' of S. 160' of nr. Lot 42. A W. 100' of N. 100' of S 160' of Lot 41, Blk. 29, also known as Lot239 100 00 1,016.00 Counter That CdDhs by CORNING No burners or coils. Instead, a gleaming white, easy-to-clean panel with four sunburst designs that mark the thermostatically controlled cooking areas. Turned on for cooking, the sunbursts glow yellow. Turned off, the entire surface is usable counter space. The Counter That Cooks comes with special Corning Cookmates-they go from freezer to oven to tabletop. Come see this remarkable cooking invention from Corning. Robert Welsh will Jo Betty W. 100' of S. 60' of Tr. 41 and E. 75' of S. 60' of Tr. 42 and E. 75' of N. 40' of Tr 55 and W. UK)' of N. 40' of Tr. 56, 111k 29, also known as Lot 240 100 00 1,016.00 Cecil Clair Mi-Henry wife, Irene Henrietta & W. 100' nf S. 100' of N. 140' of Lot 56 A E 75' of S. 100' of N. 140' of Lot 55. Blk. 29, 100.00 1,016.00 also known as Lot 241. Carl L Zehler A wife. Elsie S 100' of N. 240' of W. 100' M of Lot 56 A S. 100' of N. 240' ol E. 75' of Lot 55. Blk. 29, alsoknownasLot242 162 20 1,647 95 Polly A. McKeever S. 182 2' of N. 40 2 2' of E. 75' of Lot 55 and S 162 2' of N. 402 2' of W. 40' of Lot 5, Blk 29. also known as Lot 24.1 You spend at least one third of your life working to earn a living. Why shouldn't you want to Make Your Money Work As Hard As You Do I We can help by finding ways to make loans when others give up; offering free checking to everyone over 60; advising you as to the best way to bank your money -whether in a checking account, savings account or certificates of deposit and all at the highest legal rate of interest Providing big extra advantages when you bank with us is part of what we call Imaginative Banking and this adds upto making your money work as hard as you do. First American Bank of North Palm Beach 401 NORTH LAKE BOULEVARD NORTH PALM BEACH. FLORIDA COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 1200 NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA BANK OF STUART 331 EAST OCEAN BOULEVARD STUART. FLORIDA Your Community Minded Banks mm K INCORPORATED i. 004.00 $35,608.64 t 5,073.00 S40.680.64 Section 8 The Board of County Commissioners hereby fixes the time of 10 -00 A M of the 24th day of December, 18 when It will meet In the County Commission Room. Ml N. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida, for the purpose of hearing objections to.the proposed improvement. Section 9 The Clerk of this Board has been Instructed to cause a copy of this resolution to be certified and published once each week for two consecutive weeks in the Palm Beac h Post, a newspaper of general circulation in Palm Beach Countv, Florida, together with a notice setting forth that the Board has determined the necessity tor said Improvement to be made according to plans and specifications on file in the office of the County Engineer and that the same is required to be so made and that the Board will sit at the aforesaid time and place not earlier than three days from the final publication of such notice, for the purpose of hearing objections to the proposed improvement. Section 10 A certified copv of this resolution when adopted shall be recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach County so as to afford notice to property owners of liens against the aforesaid lots. s and constituting the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County. Florida. PLUMBING & APPLIANCES 1917 N. DIXIE Phone 833-0844 INSURED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.

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