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March 2, 1940

Medical News

JAMA. 1940;114(9):810-813. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810090088019

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ALABAMA 

Personal.—  Dr. Roy J. Settle, formerly of Inman, S. C., has been elected health officer of Clarke County, succeeding Dr. Benjamin S. Black, Grove Hill, who resigned to enter private practice in Chicago.—Dr. John A. Kenney, formerly medical director of the Community Hospital, Newark, N. J., has been appointed to a similar position at the John A. Andrew Memorial Hospital, Tuskegee Institute.—Franklin A. Clark, of the U. S. Public Health Service, has been appointed director of the division of inspection of the state department of health, succeeding C. A. Abele, Ch.E., who left to become director of the division of dairy products of the Chicago Board of Health, newspapers reported, January 18.—Dr. William M. Askew Jr., formerly of Auburn, has been named health officer of Butler County, succeeding Dr. Thomas C. Elliott, Greenville, resigned.

CALIFORNIA 

Course in Psychotherapy.—  Announcement is made that the course on psychotherapy in general practice

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