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June 13, 1936

Government Services

JAMA. 1936;106(24):2078. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770240042018

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Abstract

Forty States Free from Bovine Tuberculosis  Nebraska is the fortieth state to be certified as a modified accredited area in the campaign to eradicate bovine tuberculosis, the U. S. Department of Agriculture announces. Most of the tuberculin testing has been done within the past two years. It will now be necessary only to retest the various counties at regular intervals as a precaution to keep the disease from gaining another foothold.

Hospitals for Indians  Appropriations from the Public Works Administration have been set aside for hospital construction on the Blackfeet and Crow reservations in Montana, the Sisseton, Yankton and Crow Creek reservations in South Dakota, the Cherokee reservation in North Carolina, and at Cass Lake, Minn., for the Chippewa Indians, the Department of the Interior announces. The Indian Service now has under construction hospitals for the Zuni Indians in New Mexico, the Warm Springs group in Oregon, the Western Shoshone

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