Medicine: Blind Punishment

Last summer a trained nurse named Kathleen E. Hunt quit her job with the Arthur Sunshine Home & Kindergarten for Blind Babies. This is a private institution at Summit, N. J., taking in young blind boarders from New Jersey, New York, Delaware. Pennsylvania, Maryland, Tennessee and Rhode Island. When Miss Hunt left, the institution contained about 40 children, none over twelve. No If ger could she endive, she complained to the New Jersey Commission for the Blind, the cruel ways in which- Superintendent Gladys M. Kraeuter let her blind wards be punished. Miss Hunt...

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