By The Associated Press
ZURICH, Switzerland, June 6–Professor Carl Gustav Jung, one of the founders of analytic psychology, died today at his villa in Kuessnacht on Lake Lucerne. He was 85 years old. The famed psychologist was beset by heart and circulatory troubles and began to fail several weeks ago.
Adventurer in the Mind
Dr. Jung was one of the great modern adventurers who sought to push back the dark frontiers of man’s mind.