Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 19
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 19 Renewing Symphony Subscriptions Tucson Symphony orchestra members Dr. and Mrs. Max Ervin (left) and Robert F. Carlson, (right) renew their seasoa tickets and get bright red carnations from symphony buds Robin Hill and Carroll Brooks (from left). Season ticket holders will be given the opportunity to renew their subscriptions for the 1968-'69 season during concerts Tuesday and Wednesday in the Palo Verde High School auditorium. Board members of the Symphony Society and the Tucson Symphony Women's Association will be on hand to sign up those who wish to renew. Junior patronesses will give a carnation to each person who renews. (Citizen Photo by Dave Acton.) URUGUAYAN SENATOR SAYS Solution To Crime Problem Lies With Social Agencies By JULIE GREENE Citizen Staff Writer Social agencies are the major solution to the problem of criminal behavior, according to Sra. Elsa Fernandez de Borges, a senator from Uruguay and recent visitor to Tucson. Sra. Borges feels that the breakup of a family structure and the loss of affection that follows combine with social and economic problems in · creating delinquency. To combat this creation she believes in early adoption of parentless children Lo strengthen the family unit and provide the child with a home environment. Presently, in Uruguay, a child lives within his adoptive home for three years before his adoption becomes legal. Sra. Borges feels that during these years the child is more a guest than a member of the family.She is beginning to fjght for passage of a bill in Uruguay which would lower the period of waiting from three years to six months. Sra. Borges gained her knowledge of the youth crime problem during four years of study on a government committee. Working with psychologists and sociologists, she watched the actions of young people in streets and she talked with them. As a result of her studies, several bills were passed which allotted appropriate funds to the Counsel for the Protection of Children. Another program instituted for strengthening the family unit is one which provides for an increase in salary to anyone who marries. An additional raise in salary is given with the birth of each child. This program is financed by taxes. Therefore, in order to deal with the crime problem, the government must work for an increase in production, Sra. Borges said. Uruguay is principally an agricultural country. Recent calamities of drought, flooding and freezing temperatures have caused the economy to suffer and the crime rate to rise. Actually, the Senora said, Uruguay has very advanced programs for education but the country lacks the funds to institute these programs. Youths under the age of 18 cannot be sent to prison. The Counsel for the Protection of C h i l d r e n s u p e r v i s e s delinquent youths and their families. Only those who are considered dangerous are sent to institutions. Prisons in Uruguay are more correctional than penal, Sra. Borges noted. The purpose of imprisonment is to restrict those who are completely uninhibited and to protect society. "Hardened criminals should be put away or society would be committing suicide." She terms criminal behavior a "disease of modern times caused by frustrations, lack of affection, and lack o£ achievement." The correctional institutions serve to alleviate these frustrations by providing youths with the opportunity to learn skills, and by providing psychiatric and psychological care. Sra. Borges feels that crime control in the United States is, by necessity, more severe. Crime is more rampant in urban areas because of the increased tension, she said. "But the attitude in the United States toward crime control is very mature. I have been able to learn from American studies." Sra. Borges is traveling with her 17-year-old daughter, Elsa Juanita, her niece and political aide, Mrs. Alba Soutullo de Canzani, and Miss Elena Sacchet, U.S. Department of State escort-interpreter. During her visit to Tucson, which she made as a guest oE from Dan Jacob Q. Which weighs mote, the brain of a male or of a female human being.-' 'A. The male brain weighs i few ounces more than the female brain. The largest human brains have weighed almost f o u r pounds, although the average is a little more than three pounds. The size of the brain seems to have no direct besting u p o n one's intelligence. Some great geniuses have h.ui large brains, while others have had small brains. With two exceptions, man has the largest brain in the world, those exceptions being the whale and the elephant. The phormotisl helps your dottor help your health. Danny's Pharmacy "WhiT« special tori is given Io oil your prescription needs" 2222 N. Craycroft Ph. 296-6239 Citato* Me«c»l Cwter · 1 Me. 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