MEETING OF CONSULTANTS
The Advisory Council of the Society of United States Medical Consultants in World War II met in the Surgeon General's Office May 8 to discuss future planning related to medical department personnel, revision of tables of organization, a new system of unit mobilization, problems of training and education and plans for medical reserve officers. Among those present were: Drs. Frank B. Berry, president; Henry M. Thomas Jr.; M. Ralph Kaufman; Alfred R. Shands Jr.; M. Barnes Woodhall; Donald M. Pillsbury; Yale Kneeland Jr.; Walter Bauer; Perrin H. Long; Ivan C. Berlien; I. Ridgeway Trimble; Francis R. Dieuaide; I. S. Ravdin; Harold A. Sofield; John V. Ambler, and Henry W. Brosin.
NEW VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL FILM
More than one thousand four hundred educators and members of the clergy from the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia were invited to see March 10 the Army's new training