Medicine: Capsules, Aug. 12, 1957

¶ At the International Psychoanalytic Congress in Paris, Freud's brilliant biographer, Ernest Jones, 78 (see cut), sat between Princess Marie Bonaparte (lifetime patroness of the movement) and Freud's analyst daughter Anna, reflectively fingered a newly grown beard which was trimmed, by no coincidence, in the shape favored by the late great Sigmund Freud himself.

¶ To combat one of the worst U.S. outbreaks of anthrax in a quarter-century, Oklahoma threw National Guard roadblocks around Craig and Ottawa counties to prevent shipments of livestock, began vaccination of more than 60,000 cattle. Veterinarians working 16-hour days each vaccinated 788 to 1,000 animals a day....

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