Medicine: Setback & Achievement

From their lofty offices in the highest building of Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, the Rockefeller Foundation looks down on great liners moored in the Hudson River. Among the ships on which the Foundation's chairman, John Davison Rockefeller Jr., and its president, Raymond Elaine Fosdick, looked last week were the German steamers Deutschland and Columbus, the Italian Rex. Fresh from the printer was the opinion of the governments symbolized by those ships, which President Fosdick was about to deliver to Mr. Rockefeller and the other 18 trustees of the $150,000,000 philanthropic Foundation. Wrote this great...

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