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JAMA. 1936;106(22):1925-1929. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770220061018.
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Personal.—  Dr. Thurston D. Rivers has been appointed medical director of the Montgomery Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Montgomery, succeeding Dr. Beverly Woodfin Cobbs, resigned.

State Medical Election.—  Dr. Lloyd Noland, Fairfield, was chosen president of the Medical Association of Alabama at the recent annual meeting. Birmingham was designated as the place for the next annual meeting, April 20-22.

ARIZONA 

State Medical Election.—  Dr. Chester R. Swackhamer, Superior, was chosen president-elect of the Arizona State Medical Association at the annual meeting in Nogales, recently, and Dr. Jesse D. Hamer. Phoenix, was installed as president. Yuma was designated as the place for the next annual meeting, in April 1937.

Public Health Meeting. —  The Arizona Public Health Association held its ninth annual meeting in Tucson, April 20-22. Speakers included:Dr. Frederick T. Foard, San Francisco, Social Security Act.Dr. Edith P. Sappington, San Francisco, Maternity and Infant Work in Arizona.Dr. Charles A.

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