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October 16, 1934 - Image 6

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TH15 MTtH iGAN Tj VILA''

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1934

Group Will Try To Show
Condition Here
With the desire of spreading the in-
formation already known about juv-
enile delinquency, and with the hope
of carrying on more research work,
the Michigan Juvenile Delinquency
Information Service has been formed
under the leadership of Prof. Lowell
J. Carr of the sociology department.
On the initiative of President Ruth-
ven, a plan was developed to com-
bine the research work in this field
with an information service, meant
especially for a selected number of
community leaders in the larger cities
of the state. This service is expected to
present, each month, a summary pic-
ture of juvenile delinquency in Mich-
-Associated Press Photo igan.
The will of the slain King Alexander It will be carried on through the
of Jugoslavia named his cousin, Prince co-operation of members of the so-
Paul (above), as one of the three-man. ciology, education, law, psychology,
regency council to serve during the and psychiatry departments, with the
reign of the ination's new boy-king, assistance of the extension division,
Peter II. and with the aid of various juvenile
courts, police departments and high
Detroit Was First *Theservice will include a news let-
ter, a four-page publication .issued
every month for chiefs of police in
ilarger cities, editors of daily. news-
(Continued From Page 1)1papers, supervisors in certain selected
tonal Road and now dignified by a counties, and the State Department of
number, is in fact Gabriel Richard Public Education. Through the help
Highway," Mr. Schurtz continued, of Dr. Paul Voelker, state superin-
"and should be so dedicated, for it tendent of public instruction, 1650
was promoted by him when he was school administrators and teachers
Michigan's delegate in Congress and will also receive the bulletin.
enacted by his bill into law." Along with this, the service will also
In closing Mr. Schurtz said, "The supply lists on juvenile behavior
year 1817 marked an era in the life problems, juvenile court procedure,
of Detroit. The first bona fide news- probation, methods of treatment, and
paper, the University of Michigan the like. Arrangements for speakers
with its colleges and schools, the first and discussion leaders for lectures,
public library, and the first char- luncheon talks, and discussion groups
itable society were all established in can be made through the service. This
1817. Surely, as we stand here today will also be true of consultations on
in this 1934 Council Chamber, we specific problems.
must believe Gabriel Richard's prayer, Already, four Michigan cities have
which opened the session of the first gone into action. Ann Arbor, Flint,
Territorial Council, has been an- Port Huron, and 'Saginaw are experi-
swered: 'O Lord, bless this legislative menting with some form of unifying
council and enable its members to council on children's problems.
make laws for the people and not for In connection with the juvenile de-
themselves.'" linquency research, the sociology de-
Other features of the Gabriel Rich- partment has announced the estab-
ard Celebration were a Pontificial lishment in the Graduate School of
High Mass, sung by Bishop Michael J. four fellowships in this field and two
Gallagher, at Ste. Anne's, the church scholarships for the year 1934-35.
founded by Father Richard, programs Each of the fellowships carries a
in various churches and schools, and grant of $500 and each scholarship a
a banquet of the Knights of Columbus. grant of $150.

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