The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MOKPAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1980 Senate Committee to Inquire Into Basic Cause of Crime By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON, Nov. 13 (AP) — The. Senate •' crime Investigating Committee will follow up a survey of juvenile delinquency with an Inquiry Into the basic causes of crime. Chairman Kefauver <D-Tenn) said today. •. . , As (or the probers'. general.find- ings In the nationwide crime picture, Kelauver said yesterday his Xvip hat • found organized crime frWld* a "very sinister and very great" Influence on public officials. Kt told, a ,televislon audience that "organized crime In the country today would • make kindergarten play out of the operations of the Capone boys." • . • < .'••' • His special.Senate committee has facts to prove that well-organized, kough groups of criminals are operating throughout the country »'ith "interlocking ownership and directorship between ail groups." Kefauver said." .... He. declined to say whether there Is ' • one "overlord" of organized gambling and rackets. Committee Aim Stated The aim. of his committee is nol "a crusade against gambling as such." he continued, but rather to uncover ."the blgt(me organized operation, that jn many, cases has become so powerful. that local law enforcement officers can't do anything abOUt :it." > : The Senator said Chicago was "perhaps the • one most important center of the criminal activities." although there'were extensive organizations in New York. Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and many other cities. His committee : published over the weekend a 250-page study of Juvenile delinquency, ..with special attention on crime comic books. Despite some exceptions here and Mitre, the report reflected a general IBsiiriK off in Juvenile delinquency since the war. But FBI Director^!. Edgar Hoover said the incidence'of crime among young people still Is "abnormally high." The consensus of those replying to a- committee' questlonaire was thai crime comics are not directly related .to Juvenile delinquency.' Commltl«« Draws No Conclusions .. The committee Itself drew no conclusions, simply publishing the answers it received from more than 80 Juvenile court Judges, child welfare ..workers, .probation officers, police arid prison authorities, child psychiatrists, publishers of crime comics and others. Kefauver told reporters his gen- , eral Impression after reading most ol the replies was that "the good comics are healthful, the middle ones.are so-so and the bad ones are deleterious." . 11 Kefauver (linefeed that his corn- mitee plans hearings on the undefT lying" cartses of J criminal--«cttTities »nd he added .that Juvenile delinquency will be given further attention then. f he survey on juvenile delin- ncy found'most of the authorities responding to the committee questionnaire agreeing that parents have 'more to answer for than do crime comic books. 'Although a few' advocated outlawing crime, comics and some others proposed some sort of censor ship or voluntary control, the dominant view was that a ban on such publications would have no marked effect on Juvenile delinquency. FBI; Director Hoover was among those who. doubted that any appreciable decline in juvenile delinquency would result from denying crime oomtcs to children . The basic cause of Juvenile delinquency, .he said, is "the lack of a. sense of.morBl responsibility among youth." And he. added that the place to start instilling that Is in the family circle. fudges to Visit 'Live.Afr.Home' Contest Entrants A Judging team In the stale- wide Uv«-at-Home Contest for Negro fanners will visit the homes ot four Mississippi County entrant* tomorrow. ' ' The judging team, • composed of Sxtcnslon service and Farms Home Administration workers, will visit ,he homes of H. L. Bobo and V. D. Haley, entrants in the Tenant pl- ision; Izony Brown, entrant In the Landowners Division; and Frank 'fancy, entrant in the Tenant Home Improvement Division. The 'Harveys, who won in the county Home Improvement Division last year, and the Haleys, who »on '.n the county Tenant Division in 1948, are competing for stale honors. Winners of the county contest mil be presented awards •;at the county Banquet ajid Achievement Day Dec. 2. Eisenhower Continues to Deny He's to Head European Army "HANDS-OFF" FLIGHT PLAN—The pilot and co-pilot ol the Navy's XHJP-1 helicopter stick both hands out the window! to show that the craft is flying "on instruments." Flight tested it the Hasecki Helicopter plant at Morton, Pa., the 'copter ii the first to employ the automatic pilot long used on commercial and military planes. The ship is designed to overcome the serious complaint ot "pilot fatigue" among rotary wing fliers—fatigue brought oh by the complexity of helicopter controls and the great amount of energy required to keep the craft stable and on course. Got Rationing Unlikely LOS ANGELES, Nov. 13 .«*/— Gasoline .rationing is unlikely in the foreseeable future, says an oil executive here for the 30th annual meeting of the American Pet- rpJBm Institute, opening today. OT, Robert E. Wilson, chairman of Standard Oil Company of Indiana, made one qualification; he »aid he was excluding all-out war. OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 'l3. (/P) —Gen. Dwight Eisenhower,, who daily has to deny he has been named to hend an Atlantic defense army, insists this Is no time 'to discuss the matter. "There is no Atlantic Pact army at present to lead." He explained to a news conference here yesterday that "there must be certain bauic political agreements reached before there Is any ' North Atlantic Pact defense ame." y At Fort Worth ,Tex., last. p.-eck the Columbia 'university president was quoted as saying he soon will have a military, assignment in Europe.. But he sal'd there was" a misunderstanding about those remarks. The war-time European Allied Commander - In - Chief laughingly shrugged off a . question as to whether he would be a Republican Presidential candidate in 1952. As for the Republican gains in last Tuesday's elections, he remarked: "As a soldier. I am not called on to interpret the election results." Eisenhower told newsmen the purpose of his Southewestern tour was to meet with Columbia Alumni Manpower Must Serve Economy, Armed Forces, Says General Hershey CHICAGO, Nov. 13. (AP)—Maj. Gen Lewis B. Hershey, the nation'; -selective service ( director, America's manpower must serve both the economy and the armed forces. .He said the draft may have to be extended to 18-year-olds and to men older than 25. Kershey spoke on a Northwestern University radio pane) broadcast yesterday by the Mutual Broadcasting System. •Although there are an estimated 8,000,000 men in the 19-26 nge group, Hershey said, some 1.010,000 have dependents, another 3,030,000 are veterans and a large proportion of those remaining do not meet physical or mental requirements. f i*s and explain the adult education irogram the university will soon inaugurate. • After a private luncheon with friends he left for Chicago las night. ' BLJTHEV1LLE (ARK.y COURIER HEWS Nina Warren Expected To Recover Completely SACRAMENTO. Calif., Nov. 13. (/Pj—Qov. Earl Warren and his family were overjoyed today at the news: his 'youngest daughter, Nina ' Honey Bear," 17, will recover troin polio . . , and will walk again. Dr. Junius B. 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