Dr. William Nicholson Jones, Birmingham, addressed the Etowah County Medical Society in Gadsden November 16 on "Importance of Endometrial Studies in the Management of Functional Menorrhagias," and Dr. James O. Finney, Gadsden, "Modern Antisyphilitic Therapy."
Dr. Julius E. Dunn, Fort Payne, for two years health officer of DeKalb County, has been appointed to a similar position in Lauderdale County, with headquarters at Florence.—Dr. Samuel D. Sturkie, formerly of Oneonta, has been appointed health officer of Chilton County, succeeding Dr. John M. Kimmey, Clanton, who resigned to accept a similar position in Calhoun County.
Dr. Orville H. Brown, Phoenix, Ariz., has resigned as editor of Southwestern Medicine and Dr. Maurice P. S. Spearman, El Paso, Texas, has been appointed to succeed him. Dr. Spearman is 34 years old and graduated from Baylor University College of Medicine, Dallas, Texas, in 1934.