Four northern counties of Arkansas have been selected as the area for a survey of pellagra now being conducted by the U. S. Public Health Service in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Dr. John J. Andujar, Harrisburg, Pa., has been appointed assistant professor of pathology at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine, Little Rock.—Dr. William B. Grayson, Little Rock, has been reappointed state health officer for a second term of four years.
A round table discussion on infantile paralysis and syphilis was conducted before the Arkansas County Medical Society in Stuttgart, August 10, by Drs. William B. Grayson, state health officer; Thomas T. Ross, assistant state health officer; Arthur M. Washburn, director, division of communicable diseases, and Walter Myers Smith, director, division of maternal and child health, all of Little Rock.—The Southeast Arkansas Medical Society was addressed at McGehee, July 22, by Dr. Irving J. Spitzberg, Little Rock, on childhood tuberculosis.—The Seventh Councilor District Medical Society was