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Senator YARBOROUGH. I was not talking about the fact that one failed, but as to the stunning fact to me that somebody would come in and admit they had failed.
Mr. FOWLER. I have been through them.
Senator YARBOROUGH. We all have successes and failures, and I think it strengthens your statement when you admit that. I appreciate your candor.
Mr. FOWLER. Thank you, sir.
Senator YARBOROUGH. Thank you very much. Thank you for coming down here to testify.
Mr. FOWLER. It is my pleasure.
Senator YARBOROUGH. We expected you yesterday, but we understood you could not make it in the fog. I was in New York City and I can well understand why. I was there during the rain and fog at La Guardia.
Mr. FOWLER. Thank you.
Senator YARBOROUGH. The hearing is adjourned subject to the call of the Chair.
(Whereupon, at 12:05 p.m., the subcommittee adjourned, subject to the call of the Chair.)
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND
EMPLOYMENT, MANPOWER, AND POVERTY
LABOR AND PUBLIC WELFARE
TO PROVIDE FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO COURTS, CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS, AND COMMUNITY AGENCIES TO INCREASE THEIR CAPABILITY TO PREVENT, TREAT, AND CONTROL JUVENILE DELINQUENCY; TO ASSIST RESEARCH EFFORTS IN THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND CONTROL OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
TO ASSIST COURTS, CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS, AND COMMUNITY AGENCIES TO PREVENT, TREAT, AND CONTROL JUVENILE DELINQUENCY; TO SUPPORT RESEARCH AND TRAINING EFFORTS IN THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT, AND CONTROL OF JUVENILE DELINQUENCY; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
SEPTEMBER 21, 26, 28, OCTOBER 19, 20, 25, AND 26, 1967
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Amendments intended to be proposed by Senator Dodd_
Amendment intended to be proposed by Senator McGovern
Kennedy, Hon. Edward M., a U.S. Senator from the State of Massachu-
Daniels, Bruce, and Roland Britt, both of Philadelphia, Pa., representing