Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 22, 1964 · Page 10
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January 22, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

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Reihnis Bof/y facts 10-Wei, Jan. 22, 1944 Officials like Oak Glen youth camp By JACK GERMAIN Pacific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — With all due respect to traditional images, it seems only fair to suggest that civil servants in state government sometimes are dedicated to more than coffee breaks and sick leave. Our case-in-point nomination goes to the people involved in making the California Youth Conservation and Training program tick. This obscure little project, not yet three months old, represents an effort to carve some daylight into the future of California's 80.000 high school dropouts and unemployed youth. Major Crusade Strictly an experiment as far as the State Legislature is concerned, it has already become a major crusade for the people who have been handed the tricky chore of making it work. Those personally attached to the project have already taken on the enthusiasm that has characterized such federal programs as the Peace Corps and People- to-People. Patterned remotely after the federal Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) of the Depressed Thirties, the pilot Youth Conservation Corps project is limited to boys in the 16-21 age bracket and goes far beyond the CCC objective of simply keeping idle hands busy. Essentially, the YCC is designed to pick up a selected youngster who has dropped out of high school and can't find a job, take him into the environment of a mountain forestry camp, give him on-the-job training in a broad range of vocational skills, and attempt to re-introduce him to basic classroom schooling. Six months later turn him loose with follow- up counseling; to find a place in society's productive labor force. At Oak Glen Formally opened on Nov. 1, the YCC "laboratory" camp is located at Oak Glen, a per manent forestry facility situat ed high in the San Bernardino Mountains about 10 miles east of Yucaipa on the Riverside-San Bernardino County line. It isn't a cure-all, and everybody knows it. As a matter of fact, if the politicians lean the wrong way in 1955, the whole j program will come to a sudden halt on its second birthday. But the people charged with conducting this pilot venture are convinced that the YCC program will succeed. They don't even like to discuss the possibility that the politicians might scuttle the project next year. Not the least of these is State Dept. of Conservation Chief DeWitt Nelson, chairman of the potent inter-agency board of directors ordered by the Legislature to administer the new youth conservation effort. He has called the Oak Glen operation "one of the biggest thrills of my life." High Powered Talent Some indication of the importance placed on this project may be found in the roster of the high-powered group which responds to Nelson's gavel. It includes Dr. Max Rafferty of the Dept. of Education, Director Albert Tieburg of the Department of Employment, Director Heman C. Stark of the California Youth Authority. These men, of course, arc only the summit level of brain power and physical effort involved in this hopeful project But the enthusiasm and dedication evident in the words of Nelson and his co-directors can be found at any level of the pro gram from Sacramento to Oak Glen. Should the State Legislature fail to extend the life of the YCC next year, each one of these men will feel the loss deeply and personally. And, if present indications mean anything, so will a lot of rejected young Californians. JEEPERS SWEEPERS! NEW YORK (UPI) — New- York City has about 10 million miles of curbs to keep clean. This sweeping statistic is from a book called the "Statistical Guide For New York City." Think of "LARRY" For PAINT Larry's PAINTS are USEFUL Practical Economical & Beautiful LARRY'S Paint House Winn Bld B . Cotton & Orange 792-1044 U.S.D.A. GRADED CHOICE AMERICAN LAMB. 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