Medicine: Capsules, Feb. 9, 1953

¶ Urging government subsidies to boost the output of psychiatrists, Catholic University's Msgr. Maurice Sheehy declared: "Some day I hope to see a psychiatrist formally canonized by the church, to do away with idle gossip about conflict between learnings which have as their end the welfare of man and the kingdom of God. The priest and the psychiatrist should work shoulder to shoulder."

¶ To their guest's great surprise, civic leaders of Taylor (pop. 9,000) in central Texas' cotton belt, invited Dr. James Lee Dickey to dinner at the country club, named him the town's outstanding citizen of 1952. Practicing there 31...

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