Radio Program Wins Award.—
The medical series "Knave of Hearts," which ran for 18 weeks beginning May 2, 1948, over Station KLZ, Denver, was given the "small station" Alfred I. duPont Award for meritorious service on radio March 12. The program idea originated with Mr. Hugh B. Terry, manager of KLZ, and had the support of the Colorado State Medical Society, which named a special committee of cardiologists to work with the station staff in developing the series. This committee was under the chairmanship of Dr. Edgar Durbin, Denver. Mr. Terry was elected by the House of Delegates of the Colorado State Medical Society in September 1948 to receive the society's certificate of service awarded annually to a nonmember for distinguished public service.
Dr. James S. Cullyford, Denver, recently received the "Order of Orange Nassau" medal of the Netherlands Government for his service in the medical care and