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December 20, 1930


JAMA. 1930;95(25):1914. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720250036012

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Among the pages of The Journal this week will be found a colored slip of irregular shape. This slip serves a double purpose. It is a reminder or statement for 1931 Fellowship and subscription dues which are now payable. When properly folded the slip is also a perfect envelop which needs no addressing or postage. The check, draft or money order may simply be enclosed in this envelop, dropped in the mail, and the matter of 1931 dues is disposed of in about one minute's time. It is earnestly urged that every Fellow and subscriber act promptly on this reminder. The colored slip also lists the various special journals published by the Association, as well as Hygeia. This is an added convenience, as all subscriptions may thus be covered with one remittance. Full directions for folding the envelop appear on advertising page 12.

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