The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 10
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

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10-Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1968 ft Financing Of New Sewer Project Baffles Boca Raton City Officials AIWAVS PIP5T nilAIITV FINE JEWELRY DEPT. OUTSTANDING BUY! 17JEWEL ELGIN WATCHES ramifications and possible snarls with this and future sewering projects, at least one official suggested Wednesday that a large bond issue be floated to finance present and future sewer service needs. The engineers for the present project have been told to prepare plans. City Engineer J. P. Vansant. meantime, is working on obtaining the necessary sewer line easement across club property. A decision on who pays the installation cost and upon what charge basis however remains before the council with the city attorney's recommendation to come. with a 15-inch gravity line. This line, which also bandies sewage from the area behind the Howard Johnson's Restaurant and Motor Lodge, according to Waite. links up with another east-west line on Golf-vicw Drive, a quarter mile north, and eventually channels into the sewage treatment plant on Glades Road. The engineers are proposing that a force main be installed across club property between Camino Real and Palmetto Park Road, the main would then take the load off the L'.S. 1-Goltview Drive pipe. The new line would take care of the effluent from the club, the yacht club subdivision and the estates area. It also would link up with existing sewage lines leading to the treatment plant. Mayor Harold Maull said Wednesday that it is almost impossible to establish a uniform policy for financing sewer line improvements and apply it to every sewer project. Maull said the financing of the proposed improvement at the hotel and club is a completely different situation because, except for the estates area, the club and yacht club residents have previously been assessed. In view of the possible legal Partially Blind Man Burned As Fire Destroys Residence NEW LOW LOW PRICE! 'M S 29.95 charge m CHOOSE FROM ifl! Dress Watches . Ladies Watches Sportsman Watch 3"v Self Wind . Shock Resistant . Nurses' Watch f x Calendar . Black Dial 2 Diamond head and the smoke became too dense. the would-be rescuer backed out of the blazing house prior to the arrival ot uremen. Haney was taken to Glades general hospital in a municipal emergency vehicle. He was admitted with burns on both hands, his back and legs, according to the attending physician. Green and his wife. Draxy. 12. were forced to vacate their home, as smoke from the adjacent building poured into their open windows. Firemen were able to keep the blaze from spreading into the Green residence. Both houses are owned by Police Chief Charles D. Goodlett. By DAVE TATHAM Bureau Chief BOCA RATON - City officials here are not enthusiastic about a decision they face in the "financing of a new force sewerage line which engineers have recommended be installed across property at the Koca Raton Hotel and Club. The question is who pavs the estimated $55,000 cost, the citv or the property owners who derive the benefits The answer is seen as a legal decision with a recommendation to come from City Attv. Malcolm Anderson. Officials said thev would be reluctant to assess the Boca Raton Hotel and Club. Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club and the estate section property owners. The club and residents ol the yacht club area have previously been assessed for collection lines now in service. Residents of the estates section face assessment next year when that area is sewered. On the other hand, city officials sav they would be reluctant to capitalize the sewer line cost Financing ot sewer installation costs in some areas ot the citv. such as the W infield Park subdivision, was bv assessing atlected property owners on a front -toot basis The installation of the new sewer line described as a lfi-inch force main, has been recommended bv Black. Crow & Eidsness. citv consulting engineers EmmetteP. Wane, company spokesmen, told the council Tuesday night the new line was needed because of the increased volume of sewage being emptied into an existing service line. An additional 1.100 gallons ol sewage per minute, it is estimated, will come into the line1 from the estates area when lines there are installed Sewage from the hotel and club and club and the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club is presently carried through a line wet along Camino Heal to IS 1 where it links up VRffPHW COPY CENTER 2600 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. BUSINESS CARDS i650 Per Thousand 1,000 Ihxll LETTERHEADS ND 1,000 10 PRINTED ENV. $19.95 Kg Ph. 683-3090 DANIEL FAU Henderson School Sets Open House Dec. 1 By IZ NACHMAN Glades Bureau Chief BELLE GLADE - A partially-blind cardiac patient uttered second and third degree burns here Wednesday when the two-room lrame house in which he resides at KiiH Ave F Place, was (iotroved by lire ot undetermined origin, according to Fire Lt Kavmond C. Tram-mell. Charles Haney. 58. was in the name residence alone while his wile. Sara. 44. was :eturning trotn a grocery shopping trip and discovered the blaze. Two cruising policemen. Dep. Chief D. Bill Mathis and Det. Lt. Ed Chisholm called the tire department. A neighbor. P J. Green, f. ut tilij NV 17th St.. heard Mrs Haney call tor help and dashed into the burning resilience in search ot Haney. who had managed to grope his way to a front door where he was met by his hysterical wife. Green said he was able to enter the small house, which was tull ol smoke and started toward the bathroom, where Haney w as supposed to be. When the flames began singeing the hair on top of his GSC Kcport Due Col. I). M. King, chairman ot the Governmental Study Commission GSC'i. and Vice Chairman John V. Hutchens will review and discuss the entire GSC report with Paul Thomson, executive director of the Palm Beach County Development Board, tonight at 10:30 on WEAT-TV. Channel 12. completing the series entitled "Focus 68." $$? PM mm SIS Penneys Open 10 A.M. Till 9:30 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday who estimated damage to the Haney residence in excess ot J2.500. The house was not insured Capt. Floyd Smith ot the Fire Department said there was an electric stove in the Haney residence and a container that held a small quantity of bottled gas. The blaze appeared to have started in the sleeping area, tiremen reported. Haney was formerly employed at a local packinghouse. Mathis and Chisholm said Haney and his wife were in shock and unable to explain how the blaze started. Investigation into the tire is being continued ing and aconvocation honoring Mrs. Alexander P. Henderson, whose gift in memory ot her husband made construction ot the school possible. These events will take place in the school patio area. there's a way BOONE MTYOUi 7:30 TONIGHT BOCA RATON - Open House is planned by the new S2 million Alexander D. Henderson School of Florida Atlantic University. Sunday. December 1. from 1:30 p.m. It is open to the public. The school opened officially lor classes September 18. During the open house visitors to the FA I' campus will be able to tour the classrooms and learning areas tin are part of this experimental educational complex. Teachers and some students will be on hand to demonstrate special equip ment. 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