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SURVEY MIDMONTHLY

VOLUME LXXXII, JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1946



SUBJECT AND TITLE INDEX



Across the continent, de la Pole, 136
Adult education, 119
Alcoholism :

(country over), 210

Dottle of beer at Tarawa, Smith, 284

Road to reeducation, Yorke, 287
American (iroup Therapy Association meet-
ing. 240
American Red Cross:

Advisory board, 22

Crossroads for the. Whalen. 201

New (common welfare), 263
Among the states, 149, 186

Child care centers, 150

Disability insurance, 150

Fair employment practices, 149

Foster care program, 150

Health appropriation, 187

Idaho Charitable Institution! Commis-
sion. 186

Mental Institutions. 149

New York legislation. 149

New York vi-terans, 187

Public welfare note, 149

S; ending for construction, 150

Study commissions. 149

Yoi th Court Act, 150
A Wol, and after. Brodsky, 138



Blanding. Sarah Gibson, Inaugurated presi-
dent of Vas ar College, 335
Blind persons. 15;i
Eye bank, l."4

New light for the war, Bond, 78
No more tin cups for, Mvers, 9
Relief abload, 154
Reporting blindness, 153
Blood bank, civilian, 22
Blue Cross labor division, 87
Book reviews:

Alexander and French, "Psychoanalytic
therapy," 274

Allison et ul, "VD manual for teach-
ers." 244

Bartlett. Ronald W., "The milk Indus-
try," 306

Beers, Howard W., ed., "Kentucky: De-
signs for her future," 27

Bergler, Edmund. "Unhappy marriage
and divorce," 337

Bontemps and Conroy, "They seek a
city," 157

Bowles, Chester, "Tomorrow without
fear," 196

Bradley, Dwlght J., "Your problem
can it be solved?" 29

Brunner. Kmil, "Justice and the social
order," 305

Dean and Breines, "The book of
houses," 337

Deutsch, Helene, "The psy liolo^v of
women, vol. II." 27

DuBois. Rachel Davis. "Build together
Americans." 156

Dumas and Keen. "PsychiatM p r imer
for the veteran's family and friends."
123

Duvall and Hill. "When you DIMITY."
94

Emory. Florence H. M.. "Public Health
nursing in Canada." 1'4L'

English and Pearson. "Emotional prob-
lems of living: Avoiding 1 lie neurotic
pattern." 93

Flesch, Rudolf. "Art of plain talk." 93

Garrett, Annette. "Counseling methods
for personnel workers." 160

Oill, Norman N., "Municipal research
bureaus." 28

Olueck, Sheldon and Eleanor. "After-
conduct of discharged offenders," 28

Griffin. Alexander R., "Out of car-
nage." 125

Gurvitch and Moore, eds., "Twentieth
century sociology." 244

Hamilton, Gordon, "Principles of social
case recording," 307

Harrison and Andrews, "American
foundations for social welfare." 196

Hurd. Charles, "The veterans' pro-
gram." 304

Johnson, ed., "World order: Its intel-
lectual and cultural foundations." 244

Knight and Mt-rritun, "Economic order
and religion." 243

Kvarart-ns, William ('.. "Jtivenlle de-



linquency and the school," 123

Lambert, Clara, et al, "School's out,"
188

Lester. Richard A., "Providing for un-
employed workers in the transition,"
158

Lewis and Pacella, eds., "Modern
trends in child psychiatry," 197

Lindner. Robert M., "Stone walls and
men," 107

Lowrey, Lawson G., "Psychiatry for
social workers," 339

Maclver, R. M., ed., "Civilization and
group relationships," 274

Mackintosh, James M., "War and men-
tal health In England," 29

Mariano, John H., "Shall I get a di-
vorce and how?" 305

McMillen, Wayne, "Community organ-
ization for social welfare," 27 .

Meriam, Lewis, "Relief and social se-
curity," 341

Mooney, Belle S., "How shall I tell my
child?" 29

Mustard, Harry S., "Government in
public health," 93

Pearse and Crocker, "The Peckham ex-
periment," 196

Pearson and Harper, "The world's
hunger," 156

Pitkin, Walter B., "The best years:
How to enjoy retirement." 306

Raeburn, Ben, ed., "Treasury for the
free world." 243

Rankin, Rebecca, ed., "New York ad-
vancing," 158

Ratcliff, J. C., "Yellow magic," 242

Recs. John Rawfings, "Shaping of psy-
chiatry by war," 28

Shoemaker, Samuel M.. "How you can
help other people," 242

Stern, Bernhard J., "Medicine in indus-
try," 273

Stleglitz, Edward J., "Future for pre-
ventive medicine," 337

Stone, Goldie, "My caravan of years,"
28

Vance and Danilevsky, "All these peo-
ple," 273

Weber, Julia, "My country school
diary." 157

Wertheimer, Max, "Productive think-
ing." 304

White, J. Gustav, "Changing your
work," 273

Woodward. Rennie. and Thomas, "Jobs
and the man." 304

Yans. Martin C., "A Chinese village,"

125

Horet/.. Mary E.. retired. 26
r.ottle of beer -it Tarawa, Smith, 284
P.reckenridw. Sophonisba P., 119
Bridging the gap, Danzig, 101



Camping. 1"4

Home <amp. 155

Intel-cultural relations, 155

Interracial, 19

Vacation in an institution, 155
Canada, social hygiene. 89
Cancer no'cs (country over), 185, 267

Coopeiation. 268

Mississippi Law, 267

New foundation, 268

Prevention, 268

Recommendations, 268
Capital fund avalanche (common welfare)

146
Casework :

Outpost. 186

Psychiatry and (country over), 300

Social workers In khaki. Autumn, 204
Champaign case, 85
Child care centers (country over), 150
Child labor, 122

Branch. U. S. Dept of Labor, 234

Program. 20
Children, 23. 90. 152. 300

After Lanham Act, 23

Alcoholics, 23

Concerning (country over), 300

Crisis in New York. 90

Detent'on care. 23

Division of labor. 90

Five year plan. 90

Forgotten (country over). 211

Handicapped. 1') '



Homemakers, 153

In peacetime (common welfare), 82
Neglected (common welfare), 297
Neglected deafness, 153
Nursery Directors Institute, 153
State programs 1946-47, 23
State receiving home, 23
USSR for, 90

Veterans', day care centers for (coun-
try over). 303
Whole child, the, 23

China:

Books for, 19

Children, for (photographs), 206
Chronically ill. planning for, Stone, 111
Cit zenship, workshop on (country over).

151

City in the sand, Wilson, 73
Common welfare, 16, 82, 115, 119. 146, 182.
190. 205. 231. 263, 296. 331
Adult education, 190
Auto workers in action, 116
Bottleneck, 147
Bread bread, 146
Capital fund avalanche, 146
Children in peacetime, 82
Christening. 146

Church Committee of Survey Associ-
ates. 182
Coal strike, 147
Discrimination combated, 331
Drive on illiteracy, 232
Figures talk, 263
Food crisis, 115
Heart disease. No. 1 killer, 16
Hospital facilities, first hurdle, 231
Illiteracy, 182
Immigration quotas, 82
Juvenile delinquency. 231
Kaiser-Frazer Corporation United Au-
tomobile Workers contract, 16
Magna Carta for health, 264
National Mental Health Act. 20o, 231
National Public Housing Conference,

15th annual. 115

New School for Social Research inaug-
ural. 17

Nursing homes, 116
Plan No. 2, 205
Proposals for UNESCO, 263
Public assistance, broader, 115
Public health service, local responsi-
bility, 331

Red Cross, new, 263
Refugees in U. S. A., 16
Rehabilitation plan, 190
Kural library service, 147
S. 1593 again, 182
Simkhoviteh. Mary K.. 82
Social welfare assembly, 17
State leadership, 190
Study-work schooling, 205
Strikers and relief, 82
Veteran to civilian, 264
Veterans Administration experiment, 1(1
Vice suppression, up to Congress, 83
Wages and prices, 232
World relief confusion. 331
World social welfare, 17
YWCA closing the gap, S3
Community affairs, 87
Legal aid clinic, 87
Los Angeles, 88
Community planning: Volunteers ahoy'.

Buell, 131
Community service:

Waste of expertnegs, Frank, 3
Which way out? Cohen. 5
Country over. the. 19. 42. 85, 118, 149, 184,
192. 209. 234. 266. 299, 333
Alcoholism, 210
Among the states. 149, 1R6
Blind, the. 153
Children. 23. 90, 152, 300
Camping. 154
Community affairs, 87
Crime, 88, 238
Delinquency. 88. 193

Education, 19. 85. 118, 150, 184, 237. 2I>!>
Employment. 270
Foreign relief. 20
Forgotten children, 211
Health. 22. 87. 1W
Housing. 209. 299. 334
Industry. 20. Rfi. 1st
Jobs and workers. 151. 121. 234
Juvenile delinquency, 193



I li.iilth. 121. 235

M.'.sta! hygiene meeting, 333
i Notes on nursing, 301

Our older citizens, 118, 299

People and things, 25, 92, 155, 189, 194,
212. 241, 272, 335

People's health, the, 266

Professional, 24, 91, 187, 240, 271, 334

Public welfare, 21

Recreation, 24

Rehabilitation, 192

Social hygiene, 89. 268

Social insurance, 89

Veterans, 120. 200, 302

World education conference. 236
Court martial types, Weinman, 141
Crossroads for the Red Cross, Whalen, 201
Crime, against (country over), 88. 238

Characteristics. 272

Children in jail, 238

Delinquent, the difficult, 239

Diagnostic center, 238

FBI retraining sessions, 88

Intermediate Institutions, 239

Interstate compact, 239

Let science in, Desmond, 254

Prospects, 272

Schools for parents, 239

Truancy, 240

D

Day care centers (country over). 300, 303
Day nurseries, licensing laws (country

over), 300

Deafness, neglected, 153
Deficients, a path to a pleasant home,

Richardson, 15
Delinquency, 88

Curing at the source, Fajen, 261
Detention homes, 88
Juvenile:

(country over), 193, 301
Program, 88

Democracy, test. for. Calm, 226
Detention homes, 88

Divorce, putting the brakes on. Munk, 75
Don't forgc-t your country cousin, Maxted,
219

E

Education, 19. 85, 118. 150. 182. 237. 2fi!>

Adult. 119

(common welfare), 190
(country over), 185

Army Bureau of Current Affairs, 20

As foreign students see us, 119

Bias in college, 270

Books for China, 19

Champaign case, 85

Chicago and the NBA, 85

Civic centers, 119

Discrimination, 85

Exchange students. 237

For German schools, 151

For newcomers, 85

Health, 234

Heart disease, 267

Hot lunches in Kentucky, 119

Interracial camp, 19

Library problems (country over), 185

Parent schools criticized, 270

Progress In Georgia. 150

Reading Interests. 19

School Inquiry asked, 19

Strike settlement. 269

Summer plans, 85

Teacher shortage. 269

Teachers strike, 237

Teaching films. 1!)

Teaching stimulus, 237

UNESCO. 237

UNRRA program, 19

Veteran (country over), 210

Wellesley Institute, 119

Workers', 86, 152

Workshop on citizenship, 151

World conference (country over), 236

Youth wins out, Babeock, 185
Employes, public (country over), 152
Employment, 270

Discrimination case, 271

Extension plan, 271

Fact finding, 270

Fair practices (country over), 149

Veterans preference policy, 21

Youth and jobs, 21
Expertness. waste of, Frank. 3
Eye bank (country over), 154



Fair employment practices (country over),

149
Family life:

Prevention of family disintegration,

Buell and Robinson, 324
Romantic illusion, the, Landis, 281
"Shock absorber of social change,"

Huell and Robinson, 322
Whither? Buell and Robinson, 320
Famine: Bread-bread (common welfare),

146

Farmers, social insurance for, 89
FBI retraining sessions, 88
Films, teaching. 19
Food crisis (common welfare). 115
Foriotten children (country over). 211
Foster care program (country over). 150



G

Golden Age Hobby Show, 118
Good intent is not enough, Durling, 225
Goodrich, Annie W., 119

Group treatment of the mentally ill, Klap-
nian, 80

H

Harrison. Shelby M., retiring, 334
Health. 22, 87, 185

Action in Illinois, 22

Appropriation (country over), 187

ARC advisory board, 22

liiiruc.h Committee on Physical Medi-
cine, first annual report, 87

Blui! Cross labor decision, 87

Cancer notes (country over), 185, 267

Civilian blood bank, 22

Conference, 87

Dental experiment (country over), 186

Education, 234

Heart disease, 266

Hospital notes, 22

Hospital survey, 23

Local responsibility for public (com-
mon welfare), 331

Magna Carta for (common welfare),
264

Mental, see Mental health

Out of local governmental chaos, Lu-
ginbuhl, 251

Penicillin experiment (country over),
186

People's, the, 266

LaGuardia Plan, 266

Public opinion, 22

Reorganization bill, 87
Heart disease, 266

Education. 267

No. 1 killer (common welfare), 16

Research and funds, 267

Henry Street Settlement contract with So-
cial Service Employes Union. 122
llertel. Frank J., new FSAA director, 194
Home wasn't like this, Flynn, 256
llomemaker service, .153
Honors :

McCloskey, Mark A., 248

Sehottland, Charles I., 248
Hospital :

Notes, 22

Survey. 23
Housing :

(country over), 209, 299. 334

Aged persons (country bver), 299

Land use and, 303

Opinions and reactions, 335

Survey. 335

Toward good (common welfare). 297

Veterans (country over). 209
Hovde, Bryn J., inaugurated president of
New School for Social Research (com-
mon welfare). 17
Howard, Donald S., 189
Hygiene:

Mental, see Mental hygiene

Social, see Social hygiene



Illiteracy:

(common welfare), 182. 232
Drive on (common welfare), 232

Immigration :

Child (country over). 194
Quotas (common welfare), 82

Industry, 20. 86. 184

Child labor program, 20

City workers (country over), 184

Collective bargaining (country over),

Service bureau, 86
Social hygiene. 90

Union conventions (country over). 1<U
United States Employment Service, 20
Veterans preference policy, 21
Wage bill. 86
Workers' education, 86
Youth and jobs, 21
Insurance:

Disability (country over), 150
Social. 89

Farmers, 89

Railroad. Matschek, 316
Veterans, 121



Japanese Americans now, our, George, 291
Jobs and workers (country over), 151, 234
Juvenile delinquency; see Delinquency

Ii

Labor :

Bill of rights, 234

Kaiser-Frazer Corporation United Au-
tomobile Workers contract (common
welfare), 16

Land use and housing, 303
Lasker Awards (country over), 333, 335
Legal aid clinic, 87
Legislation :

N. J. Department of Health reorgan-
ization bill, 87

S. 1593 a<rain (common welfare). 182
Wace hill. 86

Lewis. Vinita. for China's children (photo-
graphs), 206
T,ili-_iiry, rural service (common welfare),

Little goes a long way, a, Barnes, 13



Lo.ins for little people, Phelps, 142
Life begins at forty plus, Gorrie, 113
Lunches, school (country over), 300

M

Maternity demonstration projects (country

over), 300

Mr-Lean, Francis H., an appreciation, 118
Meet yourself at sixty-five, Wagner, 108
Mental health, 121, 235

Group treatment for the mentally ill,

Klapman, Mar. 80
In the medical schools, 235
Metropolitan State Hospital for chil-
dren, 121

Placement service, 121
Psychiatric training, 236
Research, 236
Training of nurses, 235
Veterans (country over), 302
Mental hygiene, National Committee for
Mental Hygiene in New York. 37th an-
nual meeting (country over). 333
Mental institutions (country over). 149
Milestones in professional progress, Robin-
son and Buell, 163
Military offenders: Home wasn't like this,

Flynn, 256

Music, youth loves, Grueninger, 229
National Committee for Mental Hygiene In
New York, 37th annual meeting (country
over), 333

IT

National Conference of Social Work:
Program, 25
Report of. 163
National Education Association, Chicago

and.' 85
National Geriatrics Institute (country

over), 299
National Public Housing Conference, 15th

annual (common welfare), 115
National Social Welfare Assembly (com-
mon welfare), 146

New School for Social Research, Hovde.
Bryn J., inaugurated president (common
welfare), 17

No man's land, Ranson, 143
North Carolina's Annual Public Welfare

Institute (common welfare). 296
Nursery Directors Institute, 153
Nurses :

Convention. 240

Study of, 271

Training (country over), 301

Mental health, 235
Nursing:

Career in, 25
Homes :

(common welfare), 116
Aged persons (country over), 209
Notes on (country over), 301

O

Obituaries:

Boardman, Mabel Thorp. 122
Eustis, Dorothy Harrison, 272
Hall, Fred S., 92
Henry. Hugh Carter. 26
Kingsley, Sherman C., 92
Matthews, William H., 188
Nugent, Rolf, 213
Pigeon, Helen D.. 26
Sears, Amelia, 195
Swift, Linton B., 121
Thurston, Henry Winfred, 272

Old age:

Acred persons (country over). 299
Assistance, reciprocal agreement, 21
Chronically ill, planning for. Stone. Ill
Life begins at forty plus, Gorrie. 113
Meet yourself at sixty-five, Wagner, 108
Modern. Lawton, 105
Our older citizens (country over), 118



Pamphlet shelf, the, 30
Path to a pleasant home, Richardson. 15
Penicillin, experiment (country over), 186
Pentagon malting pot, Newbern. 289
People and things, 25, 92, 155, 189, 194, 212,

241, 272. 335

Philanthropy (country over), 334
Photographs:

For China's children, 206

Wartime volunteers, 133

Whither family life? 319
Placement service, psychiatric personnel,

121

Plover, John P., retired. 26
Prevention of family disintegration, Buell

and Robinson, 324
Prisoners :

War, these men survived. Hngee. 67

W r omen, how to treat. Reckless. 259
Prisons in a democracy, Rudolf. 14
Professional. 24. 01. 187. 240, 271. 334

Alumni Institute, Pa. School of Social
Work. !H

American Group Therapy Association
meeting. 240

I'aseworl; tool. 188

Crime characteristics, 272

<'rh"f pros]t>'rt s, 272

l)e'rrcc. new. ?4

Disturbed child. 272

Embryonic library, 188

Faculty appointments 334



Family Welfare Association of Ameri-
ca, new member agencies, 91

Group work horizons, 25

Group work in institutions. 240
Indiana State Conference, 240

International Conference, 240

Medical journal, new. 271

Nurses, study of, 271

Nurses convention, 240

Nursing career, 25

Philanthropy. 334

Progress, milestones in, Robinson and
Buell, 163

Progress report. National Board of
American Association of Social
Workers, 91

Radio for social work, 188

Reconversion note, 91

Research study awards, 91

Salary study, 187

Seminar, 271

"Social Service Digest," 188

Social service exchange, 25

Social work careers, 271

Social work 'examiners, 25

Tenth anniversary Curriculum of So-
cial Work, Univ. of Michigan. 91

"The Family" changes name, 187

VA soc'ial work jobs, 240

Welfare council, 188
Psychiatric training, 236
1's.vchiatry and casework (country over),

I'nblic assistance:

Broader (common welfare), 115

New gains for, Howard, 313
Public welfare, 21

APWA committee policy, 21

I! rants, aged persons (country over),
299

History, making, Bowling, 99

Reciprocal agreement, 21



B
Race relations:

At the grass roots, Jans, 11
Closing the gap, YWCA, 83
Discrimination combated (common

welfare), 331

Educational discrimination, 85
Our Japanese Americans now, George,

Pentagon melting pot, Newbern, 289
Radio for social work (country over), 188
Railroad social insurance, Mntschek, 316
Recreation, 24

New center, 118

Youth loves music, Grueninger, 229
Red Cross, see American Red Cross
Referral center (country over), 299
Refugees in the U. S. A. (common wel-
fare). 16
Rehabilitation :

(country over), 192

Plan (common welfare), 190



Relief:

Confusion, world- (common welfare),

S3]

Foreign. 20
Church program, 20'
Special gift, 20
Sweetish contribution, 20
UNRRA program, 20
Strikers and (common welfare), 82
Research :

Hearl disease. 207
Mental health, 236
Road to reeducation, Yorke, 287
Roman holiday. Kahn, 188
Romantic illusion, the, Landis, 281
Rural library service (common welfare),

147

Russell Sage Foundation annual report,
240

S

Salary study (country over), 187
School lunches, 119

Science, let in behind the crime news, Des-
mond, 254

Seniority and veterans, 122
"Shock absorber of social change," Buell

and Robinson. 322
Simkhovitch, Mary K. (common welfare),

82

Social action, leaders, for (common wel-
fare), 296
Social hygiene, 89. 268

California, action in, 269

Canada, 89, 269

"Corky the Killer." 268

Course, special, 269

Industry, 90

International committee, 268

New weapon, 269
Social security :

New gains for public assistance, How-
ard, 313

Railroad social insurance, Matschek,

316

"Social Service Digest" (country over), 188
Social welfare:

Assembly (common welfare), ,17

World (common welfare), 17
Social worker:

In khaki, Antman, 294

In one world, Peck, 249
Social workshop for teachers, Ovesen, 203
Specialization, what price?

Waste of experience, Frank, 3



Which way out? Cohen, 5

and
296



Standards and status (common welfare).



State leadership (common welfare), 190

Statement of ownership, 308

Strike, coal, the (common welfare), 147



Teachers, social workshop for. Ovesen, 203
Test for democracy, Cahn, 226



These men survived, Hagee, 67

Things don't change in a day, Mulder, 221

U

Unemployment, veterans, 120

United Automobile Workers convention

(common welfare), 110
United States Employment Service, 20
UNRUA:

Kducational program, 19
Foreign relief, 20
United Nations Educational, Scientific

and Cultural Organization, proposals lor

(common welfare), 263



Veterans, 120

Affairs (country over), 209
Bridging the gap, Danzig, 101
Day care centers for children of (coun-
try over), 303
Educational bottlenecks (country over),

303

Educational notes, 120
Insurance, 121

Lesion and tha VA (country over), 302
Mental health (country over), 302
Preference policy, 21
Seniority and, 122
To civilian (common welfare), 264
Unemployment, 120

Writers workshops (country over), 303
Youth wins out, Babcock, 185

Vrterans Administration :
(country over), 200
Experiment (common welfare), 16
Legion and the (country over), 302
Progress (country over). 302

Visitors are human, too, Moore, 217

Volunteers ahoy ! Buell, 131

W

Wages :

At sea, 234

Prices and (common welfare), 232
Waiting wife. the. Blough, 7
Washington, here in, Schroeder, 18, 48. 84,

H7 1 48 is. 1 ! 1!1. 20S. 233. 265, 298, 332
Wellcsley ln>t:tute. 119
Women prisoners, how to trent, Reckless,

259

Workers' Instil lite. 235
Workers. 151

Domestic, 152

Education (country over), 152

Public employes. 152

World education conference (country over).
236



Youth :

Loves music. Grurninfjer, 229

Wins out, Babcoek, 185
Youth Court 'Act (country over), 150

..: 2

Zachry. Caroline, in memoriain, 28



AUTHORS INDEX



Andrlola, Joseph, "Shaping of psychiatry
by war," John Kawlings Rees (book re-
view), 28

Amman. Joseph, Social worker in khaki,
294

Austin, Lucille N., "Psychiatry for social
workers." Lawson G. Lowrey (book re-
view), 339

Babcoek, R. W.. Youth wins out, 185

Bain. Read, "All these people." Vance and
Danilevsky (book review), 273

Bakke, E. Wight, "Providing for unem-
ployed workers in the transition," Rich-
ard A. Lester (book review), 158

Barnes, Jeanne H., A little goes a long
way, 13

Bentley, Jerome H., "Counseling methods
for personnel worker*," Annette Gar-
rett, 160

Beyrer, J. Benjamin, Casework outpost, 186

Blough, Pearl Case, The waiting wife, 7

liojrart, Marjorie, "New York advancing,"
Rebecca Rankin (book review), 158

Bond, F. Praser, New light for the war
blind, 78

Bradley, Dwight J., "Treasury for the
fne world," Raeburn, ed. (book review),
243 i

Brodsky. Irving, AWOL and after, 138

Brush, A. Louise, "Psychoanalytic ther-
apy," Alexander and French (book re-
view). 274

Buck, J. Lossing, "Chinese village, a,"
Yang (book review), 125

Buell. Bradley:

Milestones in professional progress, 163
Volunteers ahoy! 131
Whither family life? 320

Burhoe, Beulah Weldon, "My country
school diary," Julia Weber (book re-
view), 157

Calm, Leni, Test for democracy, 226

Campbell, Persia, "Tomorrow without
fear," Bowles (book review), 196

Cass, E. R., "Stone walls and men," Rob-
ert M. Lindner (book review), 157

Cayton, Horace R., "They seek a city."
Bontemps and Conroy (book review), 157

Clinchy, Everett R., "Civilization and
group relationship," R. M. Maclver, ed.
(book review), 274

Clark, Dean A., "Out of carnage," Griffin
(book review), 125

Clifton, Eleanor, "When you marry," Du-
vall and Hill (book- review), 94

Cohen, A. Alfred, Which way out? 5

Corson, John J., "Relief and social secur-
ity," Lewis Meriam (book review). 341

Danzig. David, Bridging the gap. 101

de la Pole, Dorothy B., Across the conti-
nent, 136

Derryberry. Mayhew, "VD manual for
teachers," Allison et al (book review),
244

Dowling, Lee C., Making public welfare
history, 99

Dressier, David, "After-conduct of dis-
charged offenders." Sheldon and Eleanor
Glueck (book review), 28

Durling, Dorothy, Good intent Is not
enough, 225

Erskine, Graves B., "Veterans' program,
the," Charles Hnrd (book review), 304

Fagin, I. Donald, "Medicine in industry,"
Bernhard J. Stern (book review). 273

Fajen, Elizabeth, Curing delinquency at
the source. 261

Feldman, Yonata. "Principles of social
cusp recording," Gordon Hamilton (book
review), 307



Fis helis. Robert P., "Yellow magic," Rat-
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