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Lohman, Joseph D., dean, School of Criminology, University of
Lumbard, Eliot H., Big Brothers Inc.
McGarry, Mrs. Barbara D., executive director, American Parents
Parrish, Theodore, director, delinquency programs, youth develop-
ment unit, United Planning Organization, Washington, D.C.
Pharis, Miss Tangra, and Ronald Sinclair, senior neighborhood work-
ers, Upper Cardoza, Washington, D.C---
Polk, Kenneth, director of research, Lane County Youth Study Board,
Potter, Marie, neighborhood youth worker, Washington, D.C.
Price, Mrs. William, Louisville, Ky--
Rector, Milton, director, National Council on Crime and Delinquency,
New York City...
Ryan, Mrs. Edward, representing the National Congress of Parents &
Teachers, Washington, D.C.
Scott, William, senior neighborhood youth worker, Washington, D.C.
Selsky, Carl, project director, Youth Group homes, Department of
Welfare, Washington, D.C.--
Sensenbrenner, Mayor Maynard E., city hall, Columbus, Ohio.
Stark, Herman, director, California Youth Authority; Sacramento,
Vanik, Hon. Charles A., a Representative in Congress from the State
Vorenberg, James, Executive Director, President's Commission on
Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice.
Whitlatch, Hon. Walter G., president, the Ohio Association of
Juvenile Court Judges.-----
Williams, Walter, assistant youth director, Washington, D.C..
Wood, Harold, neighborhood youth worker, Washington, D.C.----
Statements, letters, supplemental material, etc.:
Allen, Miss Narcia D., field supervisor, roving leader program, Recrea-
tion Department, Wzshington, D.C., summary of testimony.
“Alternatives to violence” address by Dietrich Č. Reitzes, Ph. D.---
Ashley, Lynn, committee member, Forest Park Youth Center, Inc.,
letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 10, 1967.
Bazelon, Hon. David L., chief judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the
District of Columbia Circuit, speech entitled, “The Promise of
Bennett, Hon. Charles E., a Representative in Congress from the
State of Florida.
Blackburn, Donald G., ACSW, director, the Children's Institutions
of Jackson County, Mo., letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May
Brueckner, William H., Chicago Commons Association, letter to
Chairman Pucinski, dated April 28, 1967.
Bucsko, James G., chief probation officer, Superior Court of the State
of Washington, letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated July 6, 1967...
Carlos, Filmore, president, Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Com-
munity Council, Scottsdale, Ariz., letter to Chairman Pucinski,
dated July 13, 1967.-
Carroll, Philip, director, Philadelphia Police Department, prepared
Carter, Lisie Č., Jr., Assistant Secretary, HEW,:
A note on the community service officers.-
Partners in Community Service-New roles for youth.---
Progress in the prevention of juvenile delinquency, 1961-67..
South Brooklyn Improvement Council Youth Leadership Project.
Carter, Richard T., chief circuit judge, State of Illinois, letter to
Chairman Pucinski, dated April 28, 1967
Clark, Hon. Ramsey, Attorney General of the United States:
Letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated June 23, 1967-
Cohen, Harold L., director, Project Case, National Training School
for Boys. Institute of Behavioral Research, Silver Spring, Md.:
“Contingencies Applicable to Special Education of Delinquents,"
"Motivationally Oriented Designs for an Ecology of Learning,
Cohen, Hon. Wilber J., Under Secretary, HEW, letter to Chairman
Pucinski, dated June 12, 1967, enclosing a summary-
Cole, Bruce M., divisional director of program and staff development
for the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, testimony of .--
Conaway, James R., executive director, the Junior Citizens Corps,
Inc., Washington, D.C., letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated June 22,
Corcoran, Monsignor Lawrence J., secretary, National Conference of
Catholic Charities, statement presented by --
de la Parte, Senator Louis, of the State of Florida, speech by-
DelliQuadri, Fred, dean, Columbia University, letter to Chairman
Pucinski, dated April 28, 1967-
Echols, Alvin E., Esq., executive director, North City Congress,
North City Congress: Summary description of organization and
Remarks on proposed bill..
Summary of programs.--
Fox, Harry G., chief inspector, Philadelphia Police Department,
prepared testimony by--
“Gangs and Universities: Observations from Research and Other
Experiences," reprint from Washington State Review -
Gardner, Hon. John W., Secretary, Health, Education, and Welfare:
Budget history, Office of Juvenile Delinquency and Youth
Coordination between HEW components relevant to delinquency
Number of persons trained, 1962–67 (table).
Office of Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Development: Some
facts and figures..
OJD/YD grants by category and amount: fiscal year 1962-April
OJD/YD special demonstration grants by functional category:
fiscal year 1965-April 1967..
Report-Juvenile Delinquency Control Act.
Statistics on youth and delinquency and related problems.
Summary of grants for fiscal years 1962-66 (table).
Summary of projects for fiscal years 1962–66 (table)
The Juvenile Delinquency Act of 1967--
Gibbons, Hon. Sam M., a Representative in Congress from the State
of Florida, prepared statement of
Gokbora, Mrs. Mary Jane, ACSW, superintendent, State of Missouri
Training School for Girls, letter to Chairman Perkins, dated June
Goldberg, Ned, field consultant, National Federation of Settlements,
summary of testimony of..
Gollaher, Luster P., member, Professional Council, National Council
on Crime and Delinquency, Dallas, Tex., letter to Chariman
Pucinski, dated May 26, 1967
Grant, J. 'Douglas, consultant, Office of Delinquency and Youth
Development, HEW, and Director, NIMH-sponsored new careers
development project, prepared testimony of---
Harmon, Maurice A., commissioner, Kentucky Department of
Summary of statement.
Prepared statement of
Adoptive placements (chart).
Juvenile delinquents first admission to reception center
Number of field worker positions, June 30 (chart)
Overcrowding in institutions, 1965-66 (chart)
Percent increase over 1960–61 in number of children placed
in foster care (chart)--
State rankings by rates of children in foster care under pub-
lic and voluntary auspices, by type of care, 1965 (chart)--
Haskins, J. W., National Urban League, Washington, D.C., prepared
Herman, Dr. Melvin, director, Center for the Study of Unemployed
Youth, Graduate School of Social Work, New York University,
prepared statement of .
Hiett, Miss Naomi, executive director, Commission on Children,
Springfield, III., letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated June 20, 1967.
Jones, Florene, director, YWCA Project MIAMI, summary statement
Jones, Hubert E., associate director, Roxbury Multi-Service Center,
Roxbury, Mass., letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated April 28,
Kirk, Lester K., chairman, Michigan Crime and Delinquency Council,
letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 26, 1967
Lincoln, Hon. James H., judge of probate, juvenile division, Wayne
Resolution on Federal aid for State, county facilities for delin-
Statement concerning matters relating to H.R. 6162 upon which
the National Council of Juvenile Court Judges has taken no
Lumbard, Eliot, H., Big Brothers Inc., New York City:
“Big Brother Fills a Lack in Families," article in the New York
Times of May 11, 1962.--
Excerpt from Big Brothers, Inc., 1965-66 annual report...
Further statement of.
Statement representing the personal views of Judge Lincoln..
Martin, John B., chairman, Michigan Commission on Crime, Delin-
quency, and Criminal Administration, letter to Chairman Pucinski,
dated June 21, 1967, enclosing position statement.--.
McGarry, Mrs. Barbara D., executive director, American Parents
Committee, advisory editor, Parents Magazine, statement of ..
National Governors' Conference on Juvenile Délinquency, Chicago,
II., recommendations of..
Orlett, Edward J., president, the Greater Dayton Jaycees, Dayton,
Ohio, letter to subcommittee, dated May 1, 1967.
Parrish, Theodore, director, 'Youth Development and Offenders
Program, United Planning Organization, prepared statement of...
President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of
Excerpts from "The Challenge of Crime in a Free Society"
Excerpt from "Juvenile Delinquency, Its Prevention and Con-
Excerpts from "Task Force Report on Corrections'
Randal, George W., administrator, Oregon State Board of Control,
letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated April 20, 1967 -
Rector, Milton G., director, National Council on Crime and Delin-
quency, New York City:
Prepared statement of.
Letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated July 20, 1967, enclosing a
Rubin, Ted, juvenile court judge, Denver, Colo., letter to Chairman
Pucinski, dated April 20, 1967-
Rumsey, John, secretary, North Texas State Juvenile Officers Associa-
tion, letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 26, 1967-
Sands, C. Eliot, commissioner of probation, Commonwealth of Massa-
chusetts, letter to Congressman O'Neill."
Scheier, Ivan H., project director, Boulder County Juvenile Delin-
quency Project, letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 4, 1967 --
Scherle, Hon. William J., a Representative in Congress from the State
Editorial in the Des Moines Register entitled, “Court Handling
Excerpt from the Congressional Record of March 21, 1967, by
“The Joint Youth Development Committee-A collaborative
community based approach to corrections”.
Vorenberg, James, executive director, President's Commission on
Law Enforcement and Administration:
Juvenile delinquency and youth crime..
School failures and school dropouts.
Statement by --
White, Joseph L., acting commissioner, Community Services, State of
Ohio, letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 17, 1967 -
Willis, William, director, State of Ohio Youth Commission, letter to
Chairman Pucinski, dated May 11, 1967-
Wood, Robert M., chairman, Atlanta Youth Council, Atlanta, Ga.,
Letter to Chairman Perkins, dated May 23, 1967-
Wootton, Ray W., ACSW, director, Youth Rehabilitation Division,
State of Idaho, letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated June 21, 1967--
Whitlatch, Judge Walter G., Ohio Association of Juvenile Court
Letter to Chairman Pucinski, dated May 22, 1967