From the July 1946 magazine.

The Clip Sheet

New Rochelle, N. Y., Standard-Star: "Appeals for greater awareness of the magnitude of the problem of alcoholism in Westchester and throughout the country, more sympathetic understanding of the chronic alcoholic as a sick person on the part of the physician, and recognition of this illness as a public health problem requiring facilities for care and treatment in both voluntary and public hospitals, were made by speakers at a meeting of the Westchester Medical Society on the general subject of 'Alcoholism.' . . . Three hundred doctors and laymen attended."

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