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far overworked and overburdened and they are carrying a responsibility far in excess of what any human being should be expected to carry. This has resulted in unbelievably long delays before trials. I have seen young men and women held in our Federal jails (which in some instances, are shocking and barbaric places in which to be retained for long periods of time) in the same large bay or building as the case may be without any form of isolation from hardened criminals. It is indeed unfortunate that a juvenile must be placed in jail at all

. But if the juvenile must be placed there we ought to bend every effort towards making the period of imprisonment, particularly that before trial, conducive to improving the situation rather than making it worse. Therefore, it would seem well for this committe to look into the Federal jail system in Alaska as well as taking steps to strengthen the Federal judicial system.

URGES ENACTMENT S. 728, THE DELINQUENT CHILDREN'S ACT OF 1955 In conclusion I should like to state that I have received the subcommittee print of S. 728, which is a bill to provide for assistance to and cooperation with the States in strengthening and improving State and local programs for the diminution, control, and treatment of juvenile delinquency. I should like to offer my urgent appeal that this legislation, which I have read completely, be enacted into law at the earliest possible date. I join with those who believe that this is such an important national problem, that the Federal Government and the State and Territorial governments must cooperate in meeting the problem. This bill not only emphasizes the importance of strengthening and improving State and Territorial and local programs, but also provides some assistance from the Federal Government through the establishment of grants-in-aid, the formation of a Federal advisory council, provides funds for the training of personnel employed, or preparing for employment in programs for the control and treatment of juvenile delinquency and provides for grants for special projects to develop and improve techniques and practices in the control and treatment of juvenilo delinquency. This form of legislation should be enacted, by all means, and would be of immeasurable assistance to Alaska.

(Whereupon, at 9:45 p. m., the subcommittee adjourned to reconvene at the call of the Chair.)

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19

Education :

Page
Dafoe, Don M., commissioner of education, Territory of Alaska------ 297
Olsen, William, area director, Alaska Native Service, Department of
the Interior---

185, 199 Elective Governor :

American Legion, resolution of.---
Banfield, Norman, legislative counsel, American Legion ---

15
Federal Government facilities: MacKinnon, Simpson, Jr., Juneau Cham-
ber of Commerce..

58 Fish and wildlife:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development
Board, Juneau, statement of_--

236 Anderson, C. L., director, Territorial department of fisheries, Juneau.

250, 262 King, Leonard, president, Haines Business Council, Haines..

28 McKernan, Donald, Administrator, Alaska Commercial Fisheries,

Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior----- 127, 134, 150 Paul, William L., Sr., director, Alaska Native Brotherhood..

125 Peck, Cyrus E., grand secretary, Alaska Native Brotherhood, Juneau.

101 Rhode, Clarence, area supervisor, Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior-

152, 162 Health and public welfare:

Hayman, Charles, M. D., deputy commissioner of the Alaska Depart-
ment of Health --

345
Morris, Marjorie, director, division of social service, Alaska Depart-
ment of Public Welfare, Juneau.

314 Tuberculosis charts.---

351 Housing: American Legion, resolutions of---

277 Brown, Harvey, Juneau Chamber of Commerce.

268 Druxman, Robert N., Juneau...

274 Surplus personal property, statement on-----

280 Industrial development:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development
Board, Juneau.-

221, 239 Cowling, Robert, boat harbor committee, Juneau Chamber of Commerce

67 Dodd, J. C., Alaska Plywood Corp. and Columbia Lumber Co., Juneau-- 91 Eastaugh, Fred, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Juneau_- 86 Heintzleman, Hon. B. Frank, Governor of Alaska, statement of ---- 9 McLean, Joseph, Juneau Chamber of Commerce..

43 Mental health:

Albrecht, C. Earl, M. D., Alaska Commissioner of Health, concerning

juvenile delinquency, Alaska Mental Health Act, Delinquent Chil-
dren's Act of 1955, statement of__

356 American Legion, resolution of---

17 Banfield, Norman, legislative counsel, American Legion

14 Boochever, Robert, president, Juneau Chamber of Commerce_ Chipperfield, W. A., Territorial land commissioner, AnchorageHayman, Charles, M. D., deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Health.

353 Mining and mineral resources:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development
Board, Juneau.

221, 230 Eastaugh, Fred, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce..

85

53 332

345

185, 199

18

225, 232

237

Mining and mineral resources Continued

Page Heinmiller, Carl, Port Chilkoot--

95 King, Leonard, president, Haines Business Council, Haines..

28 McLean, Joseph, Juneau Chamber of Commerce_

30 Native Alaskans : Alaska Native Brotherhood, resolution of_

126 Dafoe, Don M., commissioner of education, Territory of Alaska --- 297 Hayman, Charles, M. D., deputy commissioner of the Alaska Depart

ment of Health --
Olsen, William, area director, Alaska Native Service, Department of

the Interior.--
Paul, William L., Sr., director, Alaska Native Brotherhood..

113 Peck, Cyrus E., grand secretary, Alaska Native Brotherhood, Juneau.

101 Public lands:

American Legion, resolution of..
Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development

Board, Juneau.
Banfield, Norman, Juneau.

9
Chipperfield, W. A., Territorial land commissioner, Anchoarge---- 321, 325
Heintzleman, Hon. B. Frank, Governor of Alaska, statement of_
King, Leonard, president, Haines Business Council, Haines---

26 Public Land Order 82: Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development Board, Jumeau.-

226 Tidelands:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development
Board, Juneau.--

226, 232 Toner, Felix, Juneau Chamber of Commerce

75 Public works:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development

Board, Juneau.--
Banfield, Norman, Juneau..
Boochever, Robert, president, Juneau Chamber of Commerce-
Cowling, Robert, boat harbor committee, Juneau Chamber of Com-

merce.
Coyne, Cyril A., mayor, Skagway.

3
Eastaugh, Fred, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Juneau..
Ghiglione, A. F., (commissioner of roads for Alaska, Juneau.--- 202, 203
Iluston, James W., director, Alaska public works---

208, 209,219 King, Leonard, president, Haines Business Council, Haines.

29 McLean, Joseph, Juneau Chamber of Commerce

32 Reed, Irving, Territorial highway engineer, Juneau.

286 Statehood : American Legion, resolution of..

18 Banfield, Norman, legislative counsel, American Legion..

13 Boochever, Robert, president, Juneau Chamber of Commerce

57 Cowling, Robert, Juneau Chamber of Commerce

71
Coyne, Cyril A., mayor, Skagway-.
Gray, Douglas, manager, Hotel Juneau, Juneau..
Heinmiller, Carl, Port Chilkoot..
Hurlock, Roger, poultry farmer, Juneau.
King, Leonard, president, Haines Business Council, Ilaines --
Metcalfe, Vernon M., representative in the Territorial legislature,

Juneau-
Sundborg, George, editor, Juneau Independent, Juneau..

310 Toner, Felix, Juneau Chamber of Commerce-

77 Whitehead, William M., M. D., Juneau...

333 Taxes: Alaska Legislative Council, memorandum of_-

79 Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development

Board, Juneau..
Coyne, Cyril A., mayor, Skagway-

4 Eastaugh, Freil, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Juneau.-

81
MacKinnon, Simpson, Jr., Juneau Chamber of Commerce.
McLean, Joseph, Juneau Chamber of (Commerce
Metcalfe, Vernon M., representative in the Territorial legislature,

Juneau.
Oakes, Mrs. Glen, administrative assistant, Department of Taxation,

Territory of Alaska, Juneau..

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338 101 310

29

336

241

62 38, 10

336

281 9.5

Transportation :

Page American Legion, resolution of.--

19 Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development Board, Juneau.

234 Banfield, Norman, legislative counsel, American Legion--

15 Coyne, Cyril A., mayor, Skagway-

3 Eastangh, Fred, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Juneau... 83 Ghiglione, A. F., commissioner of roads for Alaska, Juneau. 202, 203 lleininiller, Carl, Port Chilkoot--Heintzleman, Hon. B. Frank, Governor of Alaska, statement of

8 McLean, Joseph, Juneau Chamber of Commerce.

30 Reed, Irving, Territorial highway engineer, Juneau-

286 Water and power resources:

Anderson, Al, executive director, Alaska Resources Development
Board, Juneau...

221, 228, 23.5 Eastaugh, Fred, president, Alaska Chamber of Commerce, Juneau.--- 81 Heinmiller, Carl, Port ChilkootRoberts, Daryl, acting district manager, Bureau of Reclamation, De‘partment of the Interior.

165, 173

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