The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 9, 1957 · 3
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Tuesday, April 9, 1957
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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1937 Norwood Girl Navy Doctor stationed at Newport, R.I. The dOCtnr 1 Hmin II. ,,. e rauaie, ana girl. She'i Lt Mary T. Lynch, now tationtd at Nawnnrt Naval pital, Newport, R.I.-and she's the oniy woman doctor m the hospital.' Ab a matter of fact, she'i the enly woman on a Navy hospital aian in . many miles, lor there aren't very many woman medics in the regular Navy. Tva been told that there are my six others," said Dr. LvncU yesterday at the opening meeting - of the American College of Phy. lcians, at Mechanics Building. "I've never met another woman doctor in the Navy. I nearly have but just missed the others every time." . Mt. Holyoke Grad , Dr. Lynch was graduated irom Mt. Holyoke College in 1946, from Tufts Medical School in 1950. and erved at Baltimore City Hospital, Johns Hopkirs and at Massachusetts Memorial Hospital for two yean before joining the Navy. , In the service, she's been met p tot treatment and finds a woman behind a stethoscope. But ao patient ever bas balkea at being treated by her. Ts It her rank or her uniform that impresses patients? Dr. Lynch thinks not she suggests it's the widespread acceptance of her generation for women in all ltinds of unusual jobs or fields once closed to girls. . "Women doctors aren't a rarity any more," she said. Dr. Lynch joined the . Navy for a good reason: "It seems to me," th said, "that life in the service and interest in medicine are very compatible it's a marvelous opening for someone interested in medicine and particularly in special fields of research who couldn't afford such study in civilian life." , Not Specialist Yet Dr. Lynch is -interested in in- f X v Nordic Nations Hatch Unity Plan For Red Threat HELSINKI. Finland. Anr. 9 (UP) The foreign ministers of Finland, Sweden, Norway, DenmarR ana Iceland met here today to discuss Nordic unity. The meeting coincided with a series of Soviet atomic threats at Denmark and Norway. The five nations, memberu of the Nordic Council, did not place the threats on their formal agenda, but informed sources said new Soviet moves in the cold war may be the major topic of the secret discussions. It was doubtful the five countries could reach a policy decision on the issue which they could publish in a communique, since Sweden and Finland are "neutral" nations while, the other three are members of the North Atlantic Treatv Organization." ' Iceland came in for its share of Soviet propaganda blasts last year, but has escaped then ew campaign which has raked western Europe. BEACON STREET HOTEL QllMet WED. and SAT. tZUfJIj 5,30 lo 830 -$3.30 LUNCHEON end DINNER .DAILY IRII PARKINS filene's ONLY WOMAN DOCTOR in Newport naval hospital ia Lt Mary T. Lynch. ternal medicine, .but isn't yet a specialist. -:j ' You could call for "ur. i-yncn at her home in Norwood and (If aK were home) three members of the family would.answer you. Hr father. Dr Charles Lvnch. is a general practitioner there; her brother, Dr. Charles Lynch Jr., is a major in the Army Medical Corps. "And Motner was a nurse," sne added. , "But, fortunately, none of us has ever had to practice on another. 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