The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 26, 1968 · Page 16
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Arms Production Shifted 16-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 Welcome Due Library Head slovakia's arms production for Vietnam is being shifted to East Germany along with production for the Warsaw Pact, and this production is not only being retained but is being expanded. The NATO report notes, "There is no indication that the Warsaw Pact nations envisage any significant scaling down of the hostilities in saw Pact countries ana their allies." Weapons affected are armored personnel carriers, machine guns, anti-tank artillery and certain types of aircraft (including reconnaissance and medical evacuation). The NATO intelligence report, which is being circulated throughout the alliance, disclosed that the Warsaw Pact intends to continue providing weapons for the Communist forces in Vietnam, and in fact will expand production for the Vietnam war. The NATO report said this makes it doubtful that the Communists are really sincere about ending the Vietnam fighting by negotiation. Czechoslovakia has been a major supplier of arms to Hanoi and the Viet Cong, along with the Soviet Union and East Germany. But Czecho BONN (NANA) - The Soviet Union is shifting major arms production for the Warsaw Pact from Czechoslovakia to East Germany. NATO intelligence reports say that Moscow obviously believes that Czechoslovakia will remain insecure for many months, if not years, to come. The NATO reports are confirmed by statements from the East German Communist party's Commission for National Security. This commission, headed by Erich Hon-necker, said the production of Warsaw Pact military equipment in Czechoslovakia is to be "considerably restricted." The East German statement added, "We are being called on to assume greater respon-sibilities in arming the War- Miss Florence E. Biller, who has been named library director for the recently established Palm Beach County Library system, will be welcomed to the area during a gathering planned Thursday, Dec. 5, in the lecture room of the West Palm Beach Library. Members of the library advisory board will host the 4 p.m. event to which county officials and representative of area libraries have been invited. Miss Biller, who assumes her duties as the first library director for the new county-wide library operation on Dec. 1, is presently serving as director of the Library Construction Department for the Florida State Library. A former library consultant with the Florida State Library and the California State Libra, y, Miss Biller is a graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and received her BSLS degree from the University of Minnesota. Mieco Firemen To Hold Dinner VERO BEACH - The Mic-co Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Corps will have a fried chicken dinner Sunday, Dec. 8, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The dinner will be held in the fire house which is located on U.S. 1 one-half mile north of the Sebastian River Bridge. Hunts, Accidents Lower Rattlesnake Population 5 to 9 p. m. only f-- Z SteamDry Iron Switches instantly from steam Reduced ,0 dry for all fabrics. Con- . venient, accurate temperature 'O dial. Handy heel rest. 4 $99 iSiifflijP b. - - . - 1 313 (IIMHIIi Pl IU(H Mill fcrf,' LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES 200.00 2.032.00 Florida Gardens Land A Development Co. N. 100' of S. 300' of E. 145' of Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 300' of W. 30' of Lot 23, also known Lot 193, and N. 100' of S. 200' of W. 145' of Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 200' of W. 30' of Lot 23, also known as Lot 194 E. 145' of S. 100' of Tr. 22 A W. 30' ot S. 100' of Tr. 23, also known as Lot 195 N. 100' of E. 145' of Lot 43 A N. 100' of W. 30' of Lot 42, case of rattlers. All 30 species of the rattlesnake genera Cro-talus and Sistrurus present varying degrees of danger. One species, the western di-amondback iCrotalus atrox), probably America's most poisonous snake, may reach a length of seven feet or more. Its fangs extend for almost an inch. A score of treatments, most of them useless, have served snakebite victims over the vears. 100.00 1.016.00 Myron Van Deusen A wife, Regina Pinda and E. F. 100.00 1.016.00 Henry J. Sere met 100.00 1,016.00 Mildred H. (juackenbush 100.00 1,016.00 also known as Lot 196 W. 30' of S. 100' of N. 200' of Lot 42 A E. 145' of S. 100' of N. 200' of Lot 43, also known as Lot 197 S 100' of N. 300' of E. 145' of Tr. 43 A S. 100' of N. 300' of W.30',ofTr. 42, also known as Lot 198 S. 100' of N. 400' of W. 145' of Lot 43 A S. 100' of N. 400' ot W. 30' of Tr. 42. also known as Lot 199 Bertram P. Collett A wife, Vivian 100.00 1,016.00 Mixer A wife, Donald P. Adelaide 100.00 1,016.00 Frank Capuzelo Dorothy .NO. 5HM PRoeoNtu RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND RELATING TO THE PAVING OF AND DECLARING AND ACCEPTING AS A COUNTY ROAD. CLEVELAND ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS UNRECORDED. BLK. 29 PALM BEACH FARMS CO. 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 AND THE TOTAL ESTIMATED ADMINISTRATIVE COST OF THE PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT, THE METHOD OF PAYMENT OF ASSESSMENTS AND THE NUMBER OF ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS. WHEREAS, a petition has been filed with the Board of County Commissioners by at least sixty (WD percent, ol the owners in number and at least the owners of sixty ()) per cent, measured by front footage, of the lands liable to be assessed for the paving and improvement 01 CLEVELAND ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS UNRECORDED, BLK. 29, PALM BEACH FARMS CO. PLAT 3 and WHEREAS, the Board of Countv Commissioners is authorized by Chapter :tll2il, Laws of Florida. Acts of 19S5. as amended by Chapter r-lti. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1959. to make the improvements herein authorized: NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA, in session assembled the 24th day of December. latiKas follows: Section 1 The improvement herein proposed may be designated as "CLEVELAND ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS STREET IMPROVEMENT" Section 2. The Board of Countv Commissioners herebv declares and accents said CLEVELAND ROAD' IN FLORIDA GARDENS UNRECORDED, BLK. 29. PALM BEACH FARMS CO. PLAT 'i as aCounty Road. Section 3, The Board of County Commissioners hereby resolves and determines that it is necessary to make a certain public improvement, to-wit: To nave, with proper drainage, said CLEVELAND ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS UNRECORDED. BLK 29, PALM BEACH FARMS CO. PLAT 3 in accordance with plans, specifications and estimates of cost now on file in the office of the County Engineer. Section 4. The expenses of 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 by the abutting owners. The County will advance the initial cost from its budget item for such improvement, which county fund will be reimbursed as assessments are paid by the abutting owners. Section 5. The estimated contract cost of the proposed improvement is $33,395.79 and the estimated administrative cost is $5,(172.00, making the estimated total cost ol $38,467.79. 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 (6) percent, per annum, provided, however, that any assessment mav be paid at any time by payment ol the total unpaid principal thereof, together with interest computed to the date of payment. Section 7. The property benefited, the front footage and the total estimated assessment against each lot, said lots being in CLEVELAND ROAD IN FLORIDA GARDENS UNRECORDED, BLK. 29. PALM BEACH FARMS CO. PLAT 3 as aforesaid, are as follows: FRONT FOOTAGE (Total) 100.00 1,016.00 L. E. Bradish DCOUNTS llli km mffMn wife, S. 100' of N. 500' ot E. 145' of Tr. 43 A S. 100' of N. 500' of W 30' of Tr. 42, also known as Lot 200 N. 100' of S. 140' of E. 145' of Tr. 43 A N. 100' of S. 140' of W. 30' of Tr. 42, also known as Lot 201 S. 60' of E. 145' of Lot 43 A N. 40' of E. 145' of Lot 54 A N. 40' of W. 30' of Lot 55 AS. 60' of W 30' of Lot 42, also known as Lot 202 100.00 1,016.00 Clarence Brye 100.00 1,016.00 Florida Gardens Land Development Co. A N. 140' of S. 100' of E. 145' of Lot 54 A N. 140' of S. 100' of W. 30' of Lot 55, also known as Lot 203. 100.00 $1,016.00 George L. Pasborg A wife, Helen E. 145' of N. 100' of S. 520' of Lot 54 A W. 30' of N. 100' of By NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WASHINGTON - The never-popular rattlesnake world out of tune with mankind as usual is suffering a population implosion. Thousands of the abhorred reptiles are killed by hunters annually. Automobiles on country roads accidentally eliminate innumerable others. No one knows how many survive snake counters are sparse but rattlers apparently have decreased. Once found in every continental state, rattlesnakes reportedly have vanished from Maine and Delaware. Other localities have similar goals. In Okeene, Okla.Jor example, the annual Rattlesnake Roundup attracts thousands of hunters who flush out rattlers from the nearby Gyp Hills. The catch goes to museums, laboratories, zoos, and pet shops. Canneries bid for the snake meat, and venom is extracted for medical uses. Rattlesnakes are among the cold-blooded animals vividly pictured in the new National Geographic television special, "Reptiles and Amphibians." Organized rattlesnake hunts in towns other than Okeene further deplete the numbers of the reptile, but the mortality rate of the hunters is remarkably low. Few have suffered snakebites, none fatally. The Crestview, Fla., area, on the other hand, eliminates rattlers without ceremony. In 1967, the Okaloosa County Commission placed a $2 bounty on rattlesnakes. The only stipulation: The hunter must prove his catch was born in the county. The Commission gave no advice on the best way to determine this. Snakes, whether poisonous or not, and despite their usefulness in controlling rodents, enjoy limited popularity around the world. A group of 12,000 British children, asked which animals they dislike the most, named snakes by an overwhelming margin. Spiders and crocodiles finished in distant second and third places. Some anti-snake beliefs are incorrect. Generally accused of being slimy and cold, they are neither. They are merely slithery. The deadliness of poisonous varieties, however, is not overstated, especially in the S. 520' of Lot 55, also known as Lot 204 James K. Toomath A wife, S. 162.2' of N. 402.2' of E. Marjorie 145' ot Lot 54 A S. 162.2' of 100.00 1,016.00 i WEST PALM BEACH Open Daily Mon. Thru Sat. 31S CLEMATIS STREET Open Mon. & Fri. Evenings 1.09 4.5 OZ. UESC RUT ION EST I MAT ED COST . REG. Toni NAMK(S) OF LEGAL OWNERS OK RECORD equals TOTAL 162.20 $1,647.95 William L. Hawkins wife.Thomasine E. & N. 162.2' of S. 420' of W. 135' of Lot 54, & N. 162.2' of S. 420' of E. 41)' of Lot 53, also known as Lot 172 6.7 OZ. - REG. 1.05 Ultra Brite TOOTHPASTE 100.00 1.016.00 Happy Face WASHING CREAM Evar F. Pearson & wife. S. 1(H)' of N. 240' of W. 135' Eve of Lot 54 & E. 40' of S. loo' of N. 240' of Lot 53, also known as Lot 173 100.00 1.016.00 George F Cherwak A wife, Lois N. 402 2 01 W. 30 01 L.OI 30, also known as Lot 205. 3,786.20 $33,395.79 5,072.00 $38,467.79 Section 8. The Board of County Commissioners hereby fixes the time of 10:00 A.M. on the 24th day of December, 1968, when it will meet in the County Commission Room, 301 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 ot this resolution to be certified and published once each week for two consecutive weeks in the Palm Beach Post, a newspaper of general circulation in Palm Beach County, Florida, together with a notice setting forth that the Board has determined the necessity for said improvement to be made according to plans and specifications on file in the office ot 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 ailord notice to property owners of liens against the aforesaid lots. (County Commissioners') (SEAL) As and constituting the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County. Florida. ATTEST: JOHN B. DUNKLE, CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. By: DeputyCIerk I, JOHN B. DUNKLE, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County, Florida. DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of resolution proposed to be adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the 24th day of December, 1968. DATED this 20th day of August. 1968 JOHN B. DUNKLE. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Bv HELEN K. BAKER Deputy Clerk, Board of County Commissioners. (COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' SEAL) JONES. ADAMS, PAINE A FOSTER Attorneys for Board 601 Flagler Drive Court West Palm Beach, Florida Pulv: Nw. I'Ufi 18 Mis. Helen C Newton 100 00 1,016.00 E. 4(1' of S. 100' of N. 14ir of Lot 53 & W. 135' of S. 100' of N. 140' of Lot 54. also known as Lot 174 N 40' of W. 135' of Lot 51 A S. 60' of W. 135' of Lot 43 & S. 60' of E. 40' of Lot 44. N. 40' of E. 40' of Lot 53, also known as Lot 175 N. 100' of S. 160' of E. 40' of Tr. 44 A N. 100' of S. 160' of W. 135' of Tr. 43, also known as Lot 176 100.00 1,016.00 John O. Mulholland A wife, Joan L. 100.00 1,016.00 LIMIT 1 LIMIT-1 T. Edward Dwver & wife, S. 100' of N. 500' of W. 135' Bettv ' of Lot 43 & S. 100' of N. 500' of E. 40' of Lot 44, also known as Lot 177 Henry F. Gosch & wife, W. 135' of S. 100' of N. 400' Edna of Lot 43 & E. 40' of S. 100' of N. 400' of Lot 44. Also known as Lot 178 100.00 1,016.00 200.00 2,032.00 Egbert Smith 7 OZ. -REG. 1.49 S. 100' of N. 300' of W. 135' of Lot 43 A S. 100' of N. 300' of E. 40' of Lot 44, also known as Lot 179 and S. 1(H)' of N. 200' of W. 135' of Lot 43 A S. 100' of N. 200' of E. 40' of Lot 44 also known as Lot 180. N. 100' of W. 135' of Lot 43 A N. KMC of E. 40' of Lot 44, also known as Lot 181. A S. 100' of W. 135' of Lot 22 A S. 100' of E. 40' of Lot 21, REG. 49i EACH Oral Dex TOOTHBRUSH 100.00 1,016.00 Mrs. Uertha Penzlin Right Guard DEODORANT 1 100.00 1.016.00 William Lee Hawkins wife.Thomasine 100.00 1,016.00 100.00 1.016.00 also known as Lot 182 Howard Gleason A wife, N loo' of S. 200' of W. 135' Lois A. of Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 200' of E 40' of Lot 21, also known as Lot 183 Henry Terllorst A wife, N 100' of S. 30O' of W. 135' Jane of Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 300' of E. 40' of Lot 21, also known as Lot 184 John J. O'Connell A wife. Commence at the SE cor-Lucille ner ol Lot 21, Blk. 29. PB Farms No. 3, thence W along the Lot line 40'; " - "I r:ir.-.ll: : 151.87 1.543.00 w. wt V wm LIMIT-2 LIMIT-1 mi m 14 OZ. - REG. 99t 6 OZ. 49t VALUE East lot line 30(1' to the POB; thence continue N. 119 77'; thence NEly along a curve, whose radius is 312.50' and whose delta angle is 23 degrees 48 minutes 4o seconds a distance of 124 25'; thence SEiv along a curve, whose radius is 37 43' and whose semi tangents bear S. 49 degrees 58 minutes W. and South respectively, a distance of 84.95; thence South 151.87' Carailel to the West line of ot 22, which is the East line of Lot 21, aforesaid; thence West 175' to the POB, also known a.sLot 185 Harold B. Harris A wife. Commence at a point 195' Verdi W A 612. 53' S. of the N.E. corner of Lot 11, Blk. 29. P B. Farms Co., Plat No. 3. thence N. 68 degrees 42 minutes W. 281. 72 ; thence S 62 degrees 50 minutes E. 310.85', thence NEly along a curve whose radius is 262 5' to the POB, also known as Lot 151 Baby Powder Polish Remover ( mill IP.I.H mpi. j n " --- --f' : 100.00 1.016.00 JOHNSON'S II I I I I 3 1 JULIA MAY (or 102.33 1,039 67 Thomas E Dalv Commence at a point 195' W. A 510. 20' S. of NE cor HWU USUI (iraae: ner of Lot 11, Blk, 29, P B. Farms No. 3, thence W. 262. 5'; thence S. 62 degrees 50 minutes E a distance of 310.85'; NEly along a curved line concave to the NW with a radius of 2H2 5' for a distance of 12.33'; thence N. 90' to the POB, also known as Lot 152. Eugene D Kmnev A wife. S 130' of N 510 2' of the W. MaybelleJ. 120' of E. 313' of Lot 11, Blk. 29, also known as Lot 153 (3? WIMTCS LIMIT. I LIMIT-1 130 00 1,320 80 138.80 1,420.37 Mrs. Evelyn Caldwell 100.00 1,018.00 Donald H. McKim A wife, Ethel S. 139 8' of N. 520' of W. 123' of E. 145' of Lot 11, also known as Lot 187 S.100' of N. 620' of E. 145' of Tr. 11 and S. 100' of N. 620' of W. 30' of Tr. 10, also known as Lot 188 , S 40' of E. 145' of Lot 11 A S.40' of W. 30' of Lot 10 AN. 60' of E. 145' of Lot 22 A N. 60' of W 30' of Lot 23, also known as Lot 189 16 OZ. - REG. 75 1 Clairoxide by CLAIROL 16 OZ. . REG. 1.75 Breck CRIME RINSE KITH BODY 100.00 1,016.00 Angleo Spelman EllaL. 100.00 1,016.00 Charles E. Clove E. Jones A wife, S. 100' of N. 160' of E. 145' of Tr. 22 and S. 100' of N. 160' of W. 30' of Tr. 23. also known as Lot 190 1 100.00 1,016.00 Joseph M. Finnan N. 100' of S. 500' of E. 145' of Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 500' of 100.00 1.016.00 W. 30' of Lot 23, also known as Lot 191 Edward Bond A wife, Frie- N. 100' of S. 400' of E. 145' of da Lot 22 A N. 100' of S. 400' of W. 30' of Lot 23, also known as Lot 192 pi fe-.'xH LIMIT-) LIMIT-I When Shopping Use P-T Classified

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