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STATE TRAINING SCHOOL AUDITORIUM GYMNASIUM
! First Os A Series:
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State Training School For Mentally
Retarded Serving Great Need In NO
By MARCUS H, KOIY.AVARE
GOLDSBORO As thus reporter !
I took a panoramic view ot the Stats' !
j Training School for the Mentally |
| Retarded located here recently, his I
I heart was lifted up unto the hills.’' j
-Along with John K Larkin*,
consultant, S. C Department of j
Public Welfare, who made the
I trip possible, he saw opforc him
a. $4,5 million plant which stand |
a* a symbol of North Carolina's 1
determination *’to fuifill Hi*
traditional responsibility it h is
' ior ibe welfare r,f all of its citi
Within tho wails of these tier I
buildings were facilities and teae|v. j
ers rvho ace seeing to it that. Negro !
retarded children throughout North I
| Carolina will be given maximum j
j framing for mental, social, spirit- j
; ual, and n.hvsicaf growth William j
jWaters is director of educations
I and training
I THIS SCHOOL'S TRAINING and j
education program i- built around j
the.** departments: Academic!
Rrhoo»’ Basic Training. Religion.'- !
Education Recreation and Phyrieal
Education. Training and
. Tbe tkirpnv* *Uld a.in r.f lb*
i .School, a;- authorized by the 1945
: General Assembly, are to train
children with J. Q. s of 70 and be-
I low as their mentality will permit;
I to disseminate knowledge concern*
j ing the extent, nature, and men-
I ante of mental deficiency and mi -
| tinte methods for its control, re
j dti. Don, and ultimate eradication.
The school has facilities to care for
| any mentally defective individual
j tinder the age of 25 years
The school has facilities to care
! 800 children, but. presently there is
I enrolled only 226. If there is a need
i In increase the capacity, it can he
i done. The presen! policy of the
j school is to admit mental defectives
I with I Q.’r of less than 50.
vs A CASUAL OBSERVER
j one might feel that the school
I is nl recent origin, hot this rp
(tort ns- ten rued that more than
-> years of effort and sacrifice
hr gone into its creation and
Heine The sacrifices and bard
work of individuals groups,
and organizations have helped
Ihi* drc*m corjic true.
In .; study in 1953. “Negro Child
W'-if:,.-© in North Carolina," Di W
l ,f *;. R Sanders. S('ho*i| .-if Social
Wfu-k. University of North Carol
j ina, etrsphasiaed the eerd for bet- ;
j ter facilities for the care, treat
ment, and training of Negro men
tally retarded children.
The study came at an apropos
time, since mentally deficient and
epileptic children were eared so •
at the State Hospital in Goldsboro.
Following Dr. Sander’s finding .
Mrs. Vv T Bn t. cx-Cot
of Public Welfare, superintendent.-"
!of Ctmnly Welfare Department
j Stale PTA. teachers, rivic and fra- *
i lornal groups of both rare;, sup
| ported a movement to secure a j
! slate suported training insi’tution ;
for Negro mentally deficient chit
BET \S EARLT AS Decern
b-*r, 1942, ? R. I,ark in; prev
ented to the Commissioner of
Public tVeifrre a 12-point pro
gtatn to meet the social ami ec
onomic nerds of Negroes. In
cluded in this program was:
An institution for menially i
defrrlirc children, (hr employ
ment of Negro professional per
sonnel at the State Hospital at
Goldsboro, and a State School i
for Delinquent Girl
! ii was reported that ir '914, Dr. >
I Ellen Winston, present Commise. :
l inner rtf Public Welfare at tv.,.- ,- r . j
I 'fuesf of the late Sreal.e- r;.-. v ,,;. r , nr |
J. Melville Broughton re duefed a !
study to determine the number of;
mentally retarded trainable ehii I
dren in the State. She found 1.500
I in this category,
j While legislative enacfmenli .'•re- ;
! tiled *he training school in 1945, nr* ;
j money was appropriated to build i
j and opc-ate it. until 1953 when s
! G'T.OOb.OOO-bcmd issue was floated
j It* passage madn possible the con-
J sti uciio i of new buildings, eypan
i ding and improving of others for
, H*e care arid treatment of the men
tally- deficient and ill.
Four million and a h. If dollars
"■ore earmarked for the Negro
training school which was con
strueted between 1955 and 1957 l*
*s one of the most, modern and veil i
built schools of its kind in the na
tion, and it is located in Goidsbo- I
Dr \f. M. Vito!;*, superintendent
Stale Hospital, is administrator, j
, '*• hile fir WiUian". -1. Waters i ed-
I ucatiorv.i director.
! UNDER LIBERAL leadership. |
; great progress has been made *n
; providing facilities for the raie ; md
| freatment of mentally ill and defer - i
j live persons tn North Carolina ,
j .Special mention Is made of Hon ;
I John W Umstcad; Dr. James Mur
dock. secretary. State Hospital j
Board of Conlrol; and Dr M M.
Vitols. : isperintendprit at the Golds
The latr Governor William
B Umstcad endorsed and nhp
ported the Ivond issue that pro
rifted tee money for this ins*i
lutioiv ihe mernher* of thr
General itmemli ly are mm
mended for enacting legislation
anpropMatitig l he mnnev for
In addition to persons and rmim?
already mentioned ip this article
j the following had ? rr.'al part i.a
j the work in behalf of this school
j Among them are th* North Carol
j ms Federation of Negro Women ;
j Clubs, Stete T--whpiH Asfiociation,
j -ind ».o e p
I VEST WEEK; This newspaper
, will publish the second (n a series
i nt artieiea on the Training School
ter Negro retarded Individuals in
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Dr. H. Miller
Reviews Book |
At Library 1
“Th«* Organization Man ny Wf}* jg
Lain H. White, was the til! a basil 9
reviewed by Dr. Howard Mili'e** 1
professor ol industrial wsyrho.lofift |
before members rrf jjv> RaMgn |
Book Chib recently At the Hiotwrd I
B. Harrison Library.
Hr. Miller snirl that hi» rradh H
irjsr of the book ap&k« of 4m> ||
Orgsußizattati Man more or l«w 11
as a junior executive, a cross- J
breed befcweto the senior exec- f!
oiivr aruj worker who worked *1
for Hie large corporal torn., be- !
lon;cd to it, ati<s invented hi*
future hi I*.
“William White, the truthoi l , pbv
hires the “oraanizntion man* as 0r.9
vho has regrettably I net His iden
tity as an individual and one wHfie ■
conform* to the demands of the |
large contieetMV* declared Pwfeswtw j
FrotwWy roe rtf the moat tirte.r- :
estjßg aspects of Ihe review' whs
the statement, that the “orgatiftM' |
(ten man” has sold His birthright *r |
an individualist for a mess of eon- j
T>r, Miller said that the an
thor of “The Organisation Man’*
lamented that fact that gonr
are the days when one man
ran piob himself to (op unas
Misted in surh as way that Ood
Id esses him for his business
acumen and executive superior
As art atmosphere n ( infonnali j
ty prevailed, in asrmich as mem- I
| rrs and visitors were permitted to j
interrupt the speaker at will.
Following the review, a brief in j
formal meeting was ermilii?tod hv i
Mrs. George Nowell, ckih pre-e j
dent. Although many members will !
h- awry from Halcicii during the
iimrne it war: agreed th ! ('. ■
croup would hold informal d! cu
Mon cf (books.
T@ Serve Yowth
New aluminum and glass |
Girl Scout national headquart
ers on redeveloped Third Av -
enue in New York City war
recently dedicated to service of
youth. By huil'ding and own
ing it? own headquarter-, th?
national Girl Scout organiza
tion wtl! save approximately
sjno,ooo 3 year over previous
costs of renting commercial
office space New headquarter
will be service and research
renter for more than 3 million
Girl Scouts in the U S.
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