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January 25, 1941

Medical News

JAMA. 1941;116(4):323-325. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820040057019

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ALABAMA 

Changes in Health Officers.—  Dr. Rutherford O. Ingham, Livingston, formerly health officer of Bibb County, has been assigned to a similar position in Limestone County. Dr. Robert W. Todd, New Orleans, has been appointed health officer of Russell County, succeeding Dr. Marion L. Shaddix, Phenix City, who recently was transferred to Clay County. Dr. Ralph H. Allen, formerly of Ruston, La., has been placed in charge of the health activities in Henry County. Dr. Bertha E. Stokes, Union Springs, has been appointed health officer of Bullock County, succeeding Dr. Delmer F. Parker, who resigned to enter the Indian Service of the U. S. Department of Interior, it is reported. Dr. Stokes will have her headquarters in Union Springs.

CALIFORNIA 

Society News.—  The San Francisco County Medical Society was addressed January 14 by Dr. Walter C. Alvarez, Rochester, Minn., on "Abdominal Pain." A report on illness and hazards in automobile

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