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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1963, Mansfield, OhioThe or Rickle Road to Reform shed Light on shame by Al Obrick gov. James Rhodes Broom act which swept employees off the state payroll directed new at Tention to state mental institutions. Authorities said vital programs were endangered. Possibly so. Programs referred to resulted from unfavourable publicity. Life Magazine years Back first put the spotlight on it in an article titled the shame of such is the Way to Reform the White Glare of Public exposure reaching into dark Corners galvanizing responsible officials into action. It was that process that first resulted in a revolutionary change in attitude toward the mentally ill about a Century ago. They were in effect re admitted to the human race from which they had been expelled by ignorance and superstition. This upheaval in Public thinking was brought about almost single hand edly by a slender new England teacher named Dorothea Lynde who never has quite received the i cog nation due her. Nervous and not at All Strong it was Only an extremity of horror that drove the shy spinster to a career As mover and Shaker of Public opinion. Like Paul on the Road to Damascus she saw the Light in a blinding Flash that tormented her the rest of her life. It came on a sunday in March 1861 when Dorothea went to the House of correction in East Cambridge mass., to take Over a sunday school class. There she observed four persons confined k a single dark room with Walls whitened by Frost. They were just harmless she was told nothing to concern herself about. But the sight was burned into her mind and would not let her rest. Conditions in East Cambridge were not out of the Ordi nary and in fact were an improvement or. The treatment accorded these unfortunates in some other less enlightened communities. An insane person was no longer considered by the Devil possessed but insanity was regarded at least As a mental and moral perversion an impurity. The insane were often chained and frequently exhibited for a Small admission fee As a tourist attraction. One historian re cords it was considered Good spoil to watch the Odd creatures to listen to the fantasies of their ravings even to goad them to fury by questions or by prodding them if sullen with Sticks provided for that this Only about 120 years ago. Goaded by what she had observed Dorothea Dix still did not strike with sudden fury. For two years she carefully investigated conditions in Massachusetts. Then she addressed herself to the government of the state. I proceed gentlemen briefly to Call your attention to tie present state of insane persons within this Commonwealth m cages closets cellars stalls pens chained naked. Beaten with rods. Lashed into she recited chapter and verse. Those in authority might launch a general counter attack on her motives and the unsuitability of a woman concerning herself with such matters but they could not contradict her facts. Dorothea repeated her performance in other states and even carried her crusade Over seas to great Britain. She died at 80 having served in the civil War As head of the Union army s nursing corps. There still remained at her death vast room for improve ment in care of the mentally ill and As conditions so recently exposed in Ohio have shown there is far to go yet. But thanks to Dorothea Dix the mentally ill were finally recognized As members of the human family and a beginning was made in showing them humanity. Jot for business mayor clarifies sewer fee limit the limit on storm and sanitary sewer assessments does not apply to businesses. It affects residential property owners not commercial property ice bound sub Zero temperatures stacked ice around the hulls of the Tico giant obsolete Ore freighters sunk in Lake Erie off Gordon Park in Cleveland to form a break Call. The news Herald West Lake county Ohio member of the associated press Page 12 wed., Jan. 23, 1963 Bank s stockholders pick new hear of record year stockholders of Lake county National Bank have heard the Good news 1962 was a record breaking year. Gains were made in the face of a downward trend nationally in banking statistics Board chair Man Frank m. Stanton said. New highs were reached in de posit capital funds reserves and Loans. Assets at year s end were a gain of about million during the 12 months. Within the next two months the Bank will open its eighth of five in the county Stanton announced. It will be at Dawson and Lake Shore blvd. In North Mentor. Stockholders elected three new directors. Taking seats on the Board arc Francis m. Shevnin invest ment Counselor and mayor of Waite Hill Neil j. Matoney president of production machinery corp., Mentor and George b. Payne president of the Painesville construction company bearing his name. City pauses to pay last respects to 2 Eastlake Council last night paid its last respects to two prominent citizens who died within two Days of each other in december. J Good Fortune to be located in Lake new directors All live in the county. Shevnin is president of Lake Erie management co., treasurer and director of mid continent securities co., a director of Halle Bros. Co. And a director of Brush beryllium co. A mrs. Sherwin is the former Margaret Halle. They have three and Francis m. Sherwin Neil Ranney meeting in the Bank s paines Ville office stockholders Learned in a report by chairman Stanton deposits were up to from Loans and discounts Rose 13 per cent to a total of m a Dollar gains in instalment Loans were up 16 per cent real estate Loans 17 per cent com Mercial accounts 14 per cent and Thrift Check accounts 21 per cent. Recalling that Lake county National won t have its 10th birthday until May Stanton said one of its Best assets is the owners Eastlake mayor m a b 1 e Johnson pointed out last night. The mayor said she wanted to clarify the situation since some persons thought the assessment limit applies to All property. In other action Council authorized tie mayor and finance director to renew the one year contract with Quigley disposal inc of Beauga county for garbage and rubbish pickup at a month. Authorized the mayor and finance director to contract with Willoughby for Mutual fire Protection. Passed a Law requiring Drivers travelling on e. 331 St. And e. 332 St. To come to a full Stop at Willowick or. Council passed resolutions saluting councilman James k. Walker and Wilson e. Crosier tie City s first mayor. The resolutions described the two men As most devoted Citi Zens and Public servants and expressed Council s condolences to their widows. I boy hit but Okay car skids past bus stopped to let him off the Shevnin Home is on Smith re. Waite Hill. Runney his wife Helen and five children live in Kirtland Hills Village. Production machinery corp. De signs and builds equipment for steel Mills and the Metal working Industry. Payne founded his Painesville construction business in 1922. Or. And mrs. Payne who live on Wintergreen Hill Painesville have two married daughters mrs. Marilyn Jenks and mrs. Marcia Lunka both of whom Al so Are residents of the Painesville area. Past dumps future Law Fortune tellers almost got the double whammy in Eastlake last night. Councilmen were studying a new Law that would have put a spell on Tea leaves Crystal balls Palm Reading. Own and Cleveland look at both sides water petition says a petition asking county commissioners to ask Cleveland to bid on bringing City water into South Kirtland is getting excellent response from the Resi mrs. James Wambaugh chair-1 Man of the group says 181 Home-1 Jet to the High Price of Ohio owners have signed the petition. Water service went to Only eight have refused she adds the commissioners office Mon i Day. More than 300 families live in the enfranchised area mrs. Wambaugh explains. Her group of 30 Volunteer petition passers will try week. To Contact the rest this names of 70 homeowners from the Briar Hill or. Area who of county commissioner Roger e. Smart says neither he nor the other two commissioners j. Wil Liam Stanton and Howard b. Beebe has looked Over the petitions vet Council also passed a Resolution expressing its appreciation to Edwin s. Connors old Bridge stays shut Down official Calls it runaround Fate of the 81-year-old pleas-1 make a ruling As soon As he ant Valley Bridge spanning the smart adds. Chagrin River on old it. 6 in Willoughby Hills won t be decided until ass county prosecutor Alan d. Wright gets Back from vacation. Or. Crosier died dec. 27 and a Kirtland boy i or. Walker dec. 28. Off tie school bus across the Road from his Home last night and dashed into tie path of a skidding Auto. J Barry William Beech. Chillicothe re. A third grader at Gildersleeve elementary is Back in school today but he has a Black j and Blue knot on his forehead and an ugly Bruise on his Back. Driver of the Auto. 37-year-old James Harvey peer of Sanborn n.y., told police he tried to pass a car stopped behind the stopped the Law stipulated a Fine of or 10 Days in jail for for tune tellers. Looking into the past coun Cilman Judson Congleton pointed to another Law already on the books. We be got one on the books. It provides a Fine and that s study under Way it s Light up time Eastlake decides Eastlake s Woodland re. Area will get four More Street lights. Council last night approved after mayor Mable p. Johnson said the people in that area need them for their safety and because of the flood she says it la Cost the City a year for maintenance. Council also talked about City wide Street lighting. James fumes. Says people should petition for them. Councilman Spangenberg says the Issue should be placed on the ballot. He says if the voters approve it would provide Eastlake with uniform lights and equal assess ments for All property owners. Mrs. Johnson also favors ask ing the voters. She says most important is getting lights on the dark secondary roads. Council agreed to study the matter. The Board certainly won t ignore the he said. Two Hundred and five residents favored a petition circulated by own last summer. Only 197 were opposed. Mrs. Wambaugh explains that Many residents have changed their minds because cheaper Cleveland water will soon be a reality in neighbouring Willough inv Hills. The Little woman fat Jrsn sin Lime. Inc., of or. Wedding Bells Bells ring out again for Dale r. Rice the Bells were ringing again today for Dale r. Rice Mentor s 71-year-old former school superintendent. Wright s office says hell be Back feb. 4. They d Jive a decision by the first of the year county com missioners promised. The 15th, they hedged when the new year came and went. Commissioner Roger smart to Wright still has t Given opinion. Well a classic example of the county s Lack of Public storms Willoughby Hills Council president Don Campbell. Campbell says it is the usual they re ignoring the safety of the Valley residents during a Crit ical time of the w the two Lane Bridge used by about 40 Valley families was barricaded in november school bus and saw the bus too it was t the familiar High county Engineer Floyd Scott ruled it dangerous because of rot late. Pitched jingling heard in the Hall ways of Mentor High but the Ting flooring and rusting girders i his Auto North bound on it. Deep resonance of Chimes from Willoughby Hills officials urged county commissioners to re consider. The commissioners agreed to a further engineering study. In de tember they sent the problem to Wright for a Legal opinion. Commissioner smart says be cause the Bridge is on a Willoughby Hills owned Road the question of whether the county legally can repair the Bridge has to be settled 306, skidded and struck the youngster. The bus Driver told police he saw the boy Start to Cross and caught the skidding car out of the Doniev of his Seyfi there was nothing he could do he said the Clarion Tower of St. Andrews episcopal Church. Or. Rice and mrs. Esther Brown Kern formerly of Mentor and a dormitory Counselor at Kent state University the past eight years were married this morning. Barry was treated by family s doctor. Peer was cited for failure to Stop and released after posting a Bond. The officiating were Rev. Wil Iliam g. Worman pastor of the Church on Little Mountain rd., and Rev. John frieling of the Mentor methodist Church or. Rice serving Mentor schools for 34 years retired in 1958 just As the system was on the Brink of its biggest expansion program. His planning led to construction of outlying elementary schools away from the traditional Core of buildings along Mentor ave. At Center St. And Hopkins re. The school Board in trib known in Mentor Ute. Named one of the earliest a year later the same year outlying schools after him. Dale or. Rice came to Mentor As High r. Rice elementary school is on school principal she left to live in Lake Shore blvd. Just East of Dayton Reynolds re. The former mrs. Kern. 62. Join j after her husband s death de Mentor High s faculty in 1923 she became Counselor at Verder after graduation from Ohio state j Hall a girls dormitory at Kent. Idling car s owner is sued a Kirtland Man is named in a lawsuit because his ear left idling in a driveway allegedly rolled into the Road and caused an Accident. Wilma Bosco and bar Daugh ter Jurufa Lynn of Chan fun Riding in the new Are suing re. Wynn suck of Chardon University. Her family was has served there for eight Vears. The Only witnesses to today s j ceremony were Richard Kern of Pittsburgh a son and or. And mrs. Eldred Anspach of Ada or. Rice s Nephew and his wife. Or. And mrs. Rice left immediately following the ceremony for a tour through the South. I they will visit friends and rela Tives in Florida before returning Here about april 1. The Bosco women claim the Money As compensation for in juries in the mishap on Char Don re. Near it. 306 two years spa Jurt

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