Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 28, 1965 · Page 6
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6 - Wed., April 23, 1965 Red/ends Daily Facts Never sees any love Easy to bring up an antisocial child It's easy to bring up an antisocial child, a University Extension lecturer says. "All you have to do is place him in an environment where he never sees any human expression of the emotion we call love." Dr. Lewis Yafalonsky, speaker in an Extension series called "Delinquency and participate in athletics together and often cooperate with YMCA or youth center programs. He also made a distinction between "delinquent gangs" -and "violent gangs." Members of the former are "more socialized"— their primary activities involve theft or burglary, with violence used only as means of an end With violent when necessary, -•ueunquenqr ana jrauiii.-- how financial gain analyzed the antisocial tenden- f =„ the rfm motive . cies of juvenile gang members.) For "Kicks" Regular participants in gang Members of violent gangs may stab, shooting or assault their victims "for kicks," with any theft coming as almost "an after-thought." Such gangs, he said, may have only a small number of "core" members who are totally involved in gang activities, and a larger number of "marginal" members who occasionally participate in the gang's activities. According to Yablonsky, many members of "social and delinquent" gangs can be re-socialized through "a sense of logic, psychological help and group therapy." Core members of violent gangs, because they are most apt to be genuinely disturbed, require a much more intense process of rehabilitation. In connection with a re-socialization process, Dr. Yablonsky cited the work of Synanon which has helped "more than 500 people overcome a severe past of crime and drug addic- activities of a violent nature are usually sociopaths who posses no compassion, limited social conscience and. very little guilt or anxiety about their behavior, he said. Such youths are "kicks-oriented," engaging in violence in an attempt to escape their own feelings of boredom and disassociation with the mainstream of society, he added. Author of Two Books Chairman of the department of sociology at San Fernando State College, Yablonsky is the author of two books, "The Violent Gang," and "The Tunnel Back: Synonon." The first is based on his fouf years of research with juvenile gangs in New York's upper west side. The latter is an account of the work being conducted by the Synanon Foundation in rehabilitating former drug addicts and criminals, many of whom have been members of violent youth gangs. Yablonsky observed that gang behavior in the United States has undergone an evolutionary process from the early "cohesive units" which existed in New Yablonsky believes that both "York during the first part ofj^ug addiction and violent gang this century, to the "savage j activities should be viewed as hordes" of today. He stressed however, that not all youth gangs are violent. About one-half of the juvenile gangs in New York, he estimated, are social groups whose members wear similar jackets. Many of the former addicts and criminals who have been aided by Synanon have stayed on with the foundation, working to help rehabilitate others. mere symptoms of an underly ing sociological problem. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. CUSTOM MADE . . . thrilfing new decorative 1965 selections to choose from — including Boucle textures, Opaquas, See-thrus, and Sheers. ALL DRAPERIES are FULLY CUSTOM MADE ... for FREE ESTIMATES DIAL 793-3248 33'/3 OFF ON FABRICS Yardage and DRAPERIES Open Monday and Friday Nights 'til 9 10 Orange St. Downtown Redlands <<" r« ? », «. r -x Mf .! i MS :< W-cj, r.»*sa -ftrl <y Missouri Synod Lutheran church site approved Property at the southwest corner of Ford street and South avenue was approved by the city Planning Commission yesterday for a future Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) sanctuary and parochial school. The Commission recommended approval of the proposal over the objections of a half dozen residents on South avenue, near the four-acre site. Applicant for the church and parochial school is the Southern California District of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, of Los Angeles. This Lutheran denomination presently has one church in Redlands — Christ Lutheran at Colton and Church. Planning commissioners granted the church a five-year period to start construction under a conditional use permit. A two-year period is normal. As a condition of approval, however, the church will be required to widen Ford street immediately from South avenue to the Valley Preparatory School property. Ordinarily, the street improvements would not be required until construction began. A church representative stated that construction of the new church may start within three years. .The proposed parochial school, because of a deed restriction, could not be built before June, 1975. The Lutheran Church is purchasing the site from the Valley Preparatory School. A number of residents on the 300 block of South avenue protested that the church facility would ruin the residential character of the neighborhood. They maintained they opposed the church on the same grounds that they opposed the Buin Corp.'s 30-acre commercial development at the Oak-Ford intersection. Mrs. Leslie W. Seibert, 301 E. South avenue, maintained that the new church would draw from the congregation of the existing Missouri Synod Lutheran church in Redlands which has not yet outgrown its present building. JAPANESE SETTING — Mrs. Robert Dequenne, left, and Mrs. C. T. Larson are seated in traditional manner in this authentically re-produced setting reflecting the main room in an average Japanese home. The room was arranged by Col. and Mrs. Joseph Wogen for Redlands' Sister City Week honoring Hino, Japan, this week. It illustrates the simplicity and serenity to which the room is keyed and also the "taku" (home), "o'cha" (Japanese tea) and "chanoyu" (formal tea ceremony) of the country. This is one of many exhibits prepared for the week-long celebration. Although the wind has played havoc with many of the outdoor decorations downtown, window and lobby displays are creating additional interest in the Hino-Redlands friendship project. (Photo by Art Miller) Final action on Yucaipa zoning set for May SAN BERNARDINO fCNS'— proposed on the south side of A public hearing on zoning for the Yucaipa area, exluding the the freeway. The plan calls for residential Dunlap Acres section, was heldi zon ing in the Wildwood Creek Tuesday by the County Board of area . South from Live Oak Can- Supervisors, yon, zoning tor agriculture is The session came after a year!proposed, and there is a busi- of studies and meetings and;ness section in the plan at the Supervisors admitted they were! intersection of California street surprised by the smallness of land avenue H, in the Calimesa the audience in their chambers;area, and the mild nature of thej The complaints against ing proposed. audience totaled about the zon-|3o persons, and about half of | them asked for changes in the The Board, upon the motion 1 zoning proposed to allow more liberal development for their property. However, a group from the Fairview area asked for zoning for single family dwellings for their community. formed that lh vi mstead of the zoning for apart-l zoni , an lo act {or ^™ tS .. Pr .°G^- , Th ,7, S " 8 ° eS rjtne Dunlap Acres of Supervisor S. Wesley Break, whose district Yucaipa is located, closed its hearing and agreed to reach a decision on the requests for changes in the zone plan at a special Tuesday session on Mav 11. Donald E. Newcome. who I that an additional 10 acres also headed the field team, described! ^ restricted to single family the proposed zoning. Generally, dwellings. the plan calls for residential! This was opposed by Charles i zoning for the area to the north, I C. Graeber, attorney for the with large lots proposed for,Weil>el family. He said he much of it as a "holding zone"|Weibels are satisfied with the under development plans can be! zoning proposed, to allow for Roberts, Howard H. Humberstone and Hugh Gormley. Joe Mulder and James G. Danley asked about county plans for road improvement and traffic controls in the County Line road area, near the Riverside county boundary line, but were told this was not part of consideration of zoning. During the hearing, Newcome and Neil Pfulb, county planning director, indicated that the planning staff agreed that many of the requests were justified and would be recommended for adoption by Supervisors. Pfulb told the Board that the' planning commission could consider the requested changes and About People Linn Austin, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Louis C. Austin, 357 West Cypress avenue, has been selected as the "Dream- [irl 1965-66" of Theta Chi fra- ernity at the University of Pu;et Sound in Tacoma, Wash, .inn graduated from Redlands ligh school in 1964 and was a Vorton Debutante at the 1964 Christmas Ball. She is a mem- >er of Gamma Phi sorority. have a report in two weeks. The Board then agreed lo make its decision on May 11. Supervisors were also in- will soon have This plan will first have to be approved by the planning commis passed upon. There is zoning for duplexes trailer park development. Those from Fairview included and apartments and business jT. Ludlow and R. H. Douglas, proposed along Bryant street, to! Sam Eberle. secretary of the its intersection with Oak Glen|San Bernardino County Farm road. Yucaipa boulevard would be zoned for business and multiple dwellings, and the sams zoning is proposed down California street. South of Yucaipa boulevard and west of California street is an area for which zoning to allow trailer parks is proposed. A spot of industrial zoning is suggested for an egg-processing firm on the edge of this area, and industrial zoning is also Bureau, appealed to the Board to protect the agricultural interests in the area. He suggested that land used for egg processing operations might be zoned for .industry, not residential. Others who made pleas for changes in the zoning included W. F. Raine, Joe Bonadiman, speaking for a proposed trailer park near where a park and lake is to go in west of Bryant and north of Oak Glen, Mrs. J. Expansion plan of Brookside market cleared Expansion of the Brookside Market. 1275 Brookside avenue, was cleared through the city Planning Commission yester day. John H. Stanley, market awner, was granted permission to construct a 1,110 square foot addition on the east side of the existing market building. The owner will be required to provide additional landscaping, new curbs, gutters, sidewalks and walls. 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