From the May 1946 magazine.

The Clip Sheet

GOOD SIGNS IN MINNESOTA

Proposing to replace the old-fashioned, futile jail-cell treatment of alcoholics with progressive and effective methods rooted in medical science, interested persons recently held a three-day institute on chronic alcoholism at the University of Minnesota.

The Minneapolis Star-Journal, commenting on the meeting, noted that the state hospital at Willmar has been too short of funds to employ adequate psychiatric care; while the Minneapolis General Hospital treats alcoholics only in its psychotic ward.

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