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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 35

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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968-33s 14 Bands To Perform In Contest $410,160 Earned By Boca Raton In Interest On Money Deposits t 3 ) ' At S 't 1 J 1 i - " outstanding. For beach bonds, $2,380,000 and $2,004,000 in principal and interest Is outstanding. Payments of the various certificate and bond issues which make up the total come due at various times between now and 19, according to Mullen. ,. :.:,,., x-a;; v Boca Mayor A ttacks Homestead Exemption BOCA RATON - Mayor Harold V. Maull told a luncheon gathering of local Republican women Tuesday that the rapid growth of the city and the state homestead exemption program is going to put a greater tax burden on the property owner. siam Pmo By Paul Price Second Avenue. Miss Banting, a nurse, had just gotten off work at Bethesda Memorial Hospital and was on her way home at the time of the accident. The youth was taken to the hospital in Boynton Beach by AA Ambulance Service, but was released after it was determined that his injuries apparently were limited to some teeth having been knocked out. YOUTH INJURED - Delray Beach police Patrolman Robert Schiller directs traffic along NE Second Avenue following a Tuesday afternoon accident about 3:30 p.m. at NE 10th Street. Anthony Richard Di Marzio, 15, of 113 NE 12th St., lost some teeth after his motor scooter rammed into an auto driven by Miss Carol Banting, 21, which was attempting to turn left off NE Erosion District Okays Fill Plan Engineers To Discuss Palm Springs Sewers Interest income from investments this year is $104,618.51 higher than last year. This is partly accounted for by the $1-million beach bond Issue made in June but is not spent yet. Mullen expects interest Income to dip next year. The beach bond money, plus the Addressing the Boca Raton Women's Republican Club, he said it was a misconception to think that tax income to a city keeps pace with the growth of a city. To help lighten the tax load, he suggested that homestead exemption and the proposed condominium exemption be abolished. The project will cost an sli-mated $650,000. Of this, the federal government is expected to pay approximately $310,-200 when the project is completed. The state Is to pay $144,900 of the cost, with the county to bear the remaining $194,900. Manslaughter Suspect Guilty OKEECHOBEE Bernicce Phelps Roker Bodur, 32, who entered a plea of guilty to a manslaughter charge before Circuit Court Judge C. Pfieffer Trowbridge, Monday, was sentenced to serve 10 years In the state penitentiary. Mrs. Bodur was arrested following the fatal shooting, Sept. 26, of Sam Johnson, 77, of Cypress Quarters, when the defendant reportedly fired at Willie Roker, 32. Sheriff John W. Collier said the victim was an innocent bystander. Originally, a coroner's jury had recommended the assailant be held on a charge of second degree murder. Mrs. Bodur was arrested the day after the shooting in Cypress Quarters tavern. She had been held In the Okeechobee county jail since her LAKE WORTH - City commissioners will meet with engineers Brockway and Anderson at 7:30 tonight for a conference on Palm Springs sewer services. No action is expected to be taken at the meeting. Palm Springs representatives and the city commission have explored various methods of eliminating sewage problems at the village by a tie-in to Lake Worth's ocean outfall system. Objections about cost sharing stymied most attempts to reach a settlement. In April of PAHOKEE Fourteen high school bands will participate in the District Eight Marching Contest on Lair Field here Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Robert O. Lampi, director of the Pahokee High School Blue Devil musicians, will be playing host to the event for the first time in the history of the competition. Competing schools will come from the northern section of the district. They will include high schools representing Vera Beach, Lincoln Park Academy of Fort Pierce, Okeechobee, Martin County of Stuart, and Jupiter. Also Riviera Beach, North Shore, Palm Beach, Forest Hill, Belle Glade, Lakeshore of Belle Glade. Gifford, Roosevelt and the host school. Marching judges will include Jonathan Hill, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton; N. P. Baggarly, Brevard Junior College, Cocoa, and Kemaa McFarlin, New Stanton High School, Jacksonville. The inspection judges are Gus Perry, Miami Dade Junior College, and Joe Courson, Tit usville High School. Admission to the two-hour program will be 50 cents each. The bands will have a minimum of five minutes and a maximum of eight minutes to perform, Lampi explained. Candidates' Forum Set DELRAY BEACH - Voters in the city's Nov. 19 primary election for the two council seats coming vacant will have a chance to meet and hear the candidates tonight. The League of Women Voters of South Palm Beach County is sponsoring a candidates' forum at 8 p.m. in City Hall. Four of the eight candidates will be eliminated in the Nov. 19 primary. The other four names will appear on the ballot in the Dec. 3 municipal election. Scheduled to appear tonight are incumbent Councilman James Jurney, James Mc-Guire, Daniel Neff, Jack Pitts, Robert Richwagen, James Schelflev, Richard Ward and Charles Wick. Mrs. Frank L. Carey, director of the League of Women Voters, will act as moderator at tonight's meeting. Boynton To Decide Sewer Idea BOYNTON BEACH - If the city council accepts a proposal made at Monday night's workshop session here, city sewer costs could be cut an estimated $150,000 say developers. A sewer system for Golf View Harbor subdivision, proposed by Hollywood developer Norman Michael, would provide the city with off-site utility Installations in the southwest section of the city. According to John Klinck of Russell and Axon, Consulting Engineers, Inc., the developers plan to cut citv costs for sewers in the area by $150,000 If the citv accepts the proposal. In return, developers in the southwest area are hopeful that the city will install a force main to carry sewage from the area to the city's treatment plant. In other business at the workshop session, the council studied the garbage and trash collecting problems facing the citv. about $300,000 remaining from a 1966 $1.5 million beach bond issue, is expected to be spent during fiscal year 1968-69 when Spanish River Park acquisition matters are resolved. The interest this year is to be channelled back into the various city accounts for future use, Mullen said. ' " "Everyone Ignores the average 18-month lag that exists before a city realizes a tax . return on the new improve ments to a property ," the mayor declared. "In.. the interim the service must be provided, and that falls on those already on in? tax roll." An additional tax burden, he said, befalls the taxpayer because of homestead exemption. About 8.5 per cent of potential tax income was deducted from the tax roll in Boca Raton this year because of the exemption. An additional amount will be deducted In the future if the proposed condominium exemption clears the legislature. In his talk, entitled "The Present and Future Problems of a Growing Boca Raton," Maull called for the elimination of the exemption program entirely, declaring that it had served its purpose in attracting people to Florida and was no longer needed. Turning his attention to another point, the mayor said retention of single family, zoned areas is the greatest safeguard against high density. ' . He said the lowest tax mil-lage Is produced by high per-capita property values "and for this we can thank the .single family unit." - ' Maull also touched on the problems the city faces In funding street, sewer, drainage and recreation Improvements. makes good gift sense to a man! credential billfold by r: Handsome? Practical? Yes, to both. Three-way room for loads of cards in the removable case, open pocket and tuck-in. Secret section In the currency compartment hides big bills Safety tabs for spare keys. Lifetime registration for return if lost. And Rolfs makes CREDENTIAL in mahogany and other "suit-able" colors. The 702 Lake Ave., L.W. Palm Coatl Plaid, W.P.B. Opn Ivtnlngi Til 9 "Drift in and Sea" I'- J I" , 5 l FORT PIERCE - Bids will be taken about Dec. 15 on the furnishing of hydraulic fill material which will be used to rebuild Fort Pierce's eroded South Beach. Authority to advertise for the bids was given by the St. Lucie County Erosion Control District, Tuesday, as was a formal contract with the engineering firm of Wood, Beard, Bell & Associates for consulting services on the project. Erosion district Chairman Cody L. Bailey announced that a meeting will be held with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers soon on the dredge permit which will be required by the successful bidder. The fill material Is to be taken from a 200-foot wide channel, more than a mile long, connecting with a channel that now runs to Faber Cove and extends south to Surfslde Park. Bailey was commended at the meeting by W. T. Carlton, director of the division of beaches and shores, State Internal Improvement Fund trustees, for his presentation of the erosion plan before the trustees last week. Carlton wrote that Bailey and the county staff had put in many hours of hard work to combat what at first appeared to be insurmountable odds against successful completion of the project. He suggested that the corps of engineers be contacted as soon as possible, "to move the project along." BOCA RATON Investment of "idle" funds during fiscal year 1967-68 has reaped $410,160.30 in interest, City Finance Director Thomas J. Mullen disclosed Tuesday. The greatest portion of the interest income, $134,516.56, was derived from about $3 million in water and sewer certificate funds which have been held In escrow since their issuance in 1963. Part of a $6-million issue, the $3 million will not be needed for bonded indebtedness payments until 1972, and therefore had been invested, Mullen said. The remainder of the interest income comes from 13 other budget sources. A total of $78,834.06 Is Interest from a water and sewer construction fund. A total of $66,368.47 comes from a beach fund. The last amount was earned from about $1.3 million the city has ready for buying additional land at Spanish River Park. Acquisition has been stalled because of land litigation. Altogether, the city is about $17 million in debt. For water and sewer loans, a total of $7,380,000 and $5,234,-000 in principal and interest is Jupiter Inlet May Stay With COG JUPITER INLET COLONY The town commission probably will retain Its representation in the Council of Governments (COG), a source said Tuesday. The decision to stay with COG was made last month during a workshop session, and the commission still has taken no official action to withdraw, it was pointed out. Last month, Commissioner Fred Baldt resigned from the chairmanship of the utilities sub-committee of COG after a dispute with Dr. George Shearer, mayor. Mayor Shearer said Baldt had been given no authority to speak for the Colony on matters pertaining to the spending of money for a feasibility study of creating a water and sewage district, and he would ask the commission to withdraw from COG. Commissioners disagreed with the mayor, the source said, and Baldt probably will remain as a representative to COG. The sub-committee he had headed now Is chaired by VV. D. Jenkins. COG's committee chairmen were slated to meet last night at the office of Dr. Robert Gro-gan, finance chairman, but the session was not open to the press. California COHI5! ' - - , Sixth Fleet 1 to 5 p.m. the Port at fluent could pollute off-shore waters, said "Until outfall system pollution is a proven fact, we have an obligation to our own citizens who have been paying for 40 years on a sewage system. A contract with Palm Springs could lead to a rate reduction to our citizens." However, since the April meeting, nothing further has developed. The Village of Palm Springs has Its own sewage treatment plant, but has been warned to update it at a high cost. Seepage from the plant has been the cause of complaints from residents and persons living in nearby Lake Clarke Shores. Cost of a tie-in with Lake Worth might be worked out on a monthly payment basis, instead of calling for a bond issue for village residents. 2 Kids' Day Shows Set For South Bay SOUTH BAY Members of the South Bay police auxiliary have scheduled two Kids' Day shows Saturday at 2:30 and 8 p.m. on the lot north of the Phillips 66 truck stop, it was announced by Capt. Don Clark, auxiliary commander. Profits from the one-day shows will be used to purchase equipment for the volunteer organization. GOP Considers Men To Fill Bafalis' Seat this year, Commissioner George Ingersoll proposed a plan similar to one now In force with Palm Beach Junior College. Commissioners unanimous ly accepted the plan calling for a force main to be run to the village boundary, and for the village to pay the cost of the main from the boundary. The village would also have to forfeit its sewer service franchise between city and village limits. At the time, Commissioner Kenneth Miller, replying to a charge that the additional ef- tional, state and local campaigning. It was reported 10,000 new Republicans registered during the four months prior to the national election last week, and of the 1,361 out-of-state persons who voted in presidential and vice-presidential elections only, 930 voted for Richard Nixon. A new officers board will be installed at the next monthly meeting. New president will be Mrs. Eva Walton. ir r -a r. - i .....HIT ''KaiWBilfj , C . rri - - - - - . . . 1 LAKE WORTH Elections may be just around the corner if Gov. Claude Kirk elevates State Sen. L. A. "Skip" Bafalis to the post of lieutenant governor, members of the local Republican Club were told Tuesday. Meeting for the first time since the acceptance of a revised state constitution, members speculated on the future structure of the Republican party in the state. Mrs. Jean Reich, wife of Palm Beach County Republican Executive Committee Chairman Donald Reich, said, "If Senator Bafalis is appointed and accepts the position, there will be an election In the offing." Mrs. Virginia Engstrom added, "We have three legislators who were not elected last week who would be available for a senate scat, Joseph Humphrey, Robert DeYoung and Robert Rust." Members were urged by Mrs. Engstrom to "protect and defend" elected Republicans against criticism. "If the criticism is constructive, then let our representatives know about it. But we must remain united against unfair criticism, our work has just begun." 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The ship, which has just returned from a deployment with the WIGS WIGLETS where viiiir uig f YZ V f Ay rt Hails ,orue BOCA RATON - A concert entitled "Salute to the Armed Forces", In commemoration of Armed Forces Month, will be held at the Boca Raton MEN'S COMPLETE TUXEDO ARROW Shirts & Underwear JANTZEN t PLAYBOY Swim & Sportswear WEMBLY ERNST Ties JAYMAR RUBY Sansabelt Slacks HIGGINS I FRETZ Dress & Sport Slacks YJ I AJ Armed Forces Community Center at 8 p.m. Nov. 26. Special guest for the evening will be Sister Regina of Mary-mount College. 704 Lake Ive. 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