The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 17
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 17

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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18-Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21. 1968 Arvida Cancels Boca Inlet Talk Khvanis Club Sponsors Foster Home For Boys KWEATHLRr- v TONY rwfinVv GLENN I f X tonightI BOCA RATON - A meeting concerning the Boca Raton inlet between city officials and representatives of the Arvida Corp.. which had been set for Wednesday, has been postponed indefiniety. Arvida asked Tuesday for the cancellation for more time to settle business concerning the inlet, according to Norman A. Cortese. an engineer with the land development a quit claim deed to the inlet channel rights for the city to cross Arvida property with inlet maintenance equipment, and agree to ocean control lines. These requirements must be met before the city will improve the sand-plagued channel. . Use P-T Classified firm. Cortese said Wednesday he didn't know when the meeting would be rescheduled. Cortese and Robert B. Cole, an Arvida attorney, were to have met with City Attorney Malcolm Anderson and City Engineer J. P. Vansant Wednesday morning at citv hall. Arvida officials apparently are seeking clarification of legal points before turning over Juvenile Court outlined the need for this kind of home. The youth who need this residence are dependent children, those not getting proper care at their own home or borderline cases (children who are between delinquent and not being delinquent). "I know of several hundred cases a year," Judge Newell said, "that with proper care the children could be led to By HY WHITE Staff Writer The Dowtown Kiwanis Club adopted a plan for a boys' foster home at its meeting at the Marina Inn. Jack J. van der Klooster was in charge of the committee that selected the project. He said the home would be for boys between 12 and 16 years of age. Judge Emery Newell of the Stuart Officials Ask Road Project Change SAVE up to 4" Rf. 12.9 Tippy TvabUs NOW.. 19.77 scock said the change would be presented to the City Commission at its Monday meeting for approval. The SRD is planning to four lane SR-76 from U.S. 1 west to Martin County High School. The preliminary plans did not include a crossover between U.S. 1 and Johns Funeral Home, Glasscock said. Reg. 10.88 Suzy Homemaker Doll NOW ... 6.77 live happy lives. They will do better if in a home with children of the same age." He noted that a foster home for girls had already been opened and the first girl admitted Tuesday. Van der Klooster said that in order to establish the home for boys, residential property is needed that has from six to eight bedrooms. It should have ground for gardening and the rais ing of chickens . A supervisory couple must also be hired to manage a family environment. "It will take a budget of $10,000 a year to operate the home," he continued. "The rent is estimated at $200 a month; salary of the couple, $200 a month, and expenses will bring their pay to $450. "This is a vital need, a worthwhile cause and a challenge to the club. We will help build character, build lives," said van der Klooster. John L. Spagnoli, director of reading services, Palm Beach County School System, spoke on "New Trends in Reading." He stressed that the goal in teaching youngsters to read is to "try and make them think." "We teach reading as thinking," he said. He noted that it was thought that the problem child could not be helped in the regular school system. In the last five years in Florida this has changed. The county has four mobile reading clinics, handling 60 children a day. Now the aim is not just remedial reading but preventive work. "We can now identify the reading problem of a child in his first week in the first grade," Spagnoli said. "Fifty-five of the 65 elementary schools in the county are doing this. This work that we are doing has received national recognition. "The reading problem is a complex problem. 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