From the February 1946 magazine.

The Clip Sheet

Louisville Plans Clinic

Louisville, Ky., Times: "Establishment of the first private-sponsored clinic for the treatment of alcoholics in the United States today was being planned by Norton Memorial Infirmary, Alcoholics Anonymous and the distillery industry here. It will be housed temporarily in an old brick building on Oka, owned by the hospital. . . . Yale University professor, Dr. Selden D. Bacon, Mrs. Marty Mann, New York executive of the National Committee for Education on Alcoholism and A.A. member, conferred with F. W. Drybrough, chairman of the infirmary's $6,000,000 drive for new buildings. . . . Representatives from the University of Louisville planned to cooperate with the work, and the basic proceedings for the establishment were outlined by Mrs. Mann."

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