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June 7, 1941

Medical News

JAMA. 1941;116(23):2606-2609. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820230050018

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

State Medical Election.—  Dr. James M. Mason, Birmingham, was elected president of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama at its meeting in Mobile in April, succeeding Dr. Samuel A. Gordon, Marion. Dr. John Paul Jones, Camden, whose term as vice president expired this year, was reelected for another four year term. Others now serving as vice presidents are Drs. Roscoe C. Stewart, Sylacauga; John S. Tillman, Clio, and Merle E. Smith, Parrish. Montgomery was chosen as the place for the 1942 meeting.

ARKANSAS 

Personal.—  Dr. Herbert H. McAdams has been elected president of the Jonesboro School Board and Dr. Walter C. Overstreet, vice president.—Dr. Leroy L. Fatherree has been chosen health officer of Little Rock.

State Medical Election.—  Dr. Rufus B. Robins, Camden, was chosen president-elect of the Arkansas Medical Society at its recent annual meeting in Little Rock and Dr. Herbert Fay H. Jones, Little Rock, was inducted into the presidency, succeeding Dr. Henry T. Smith, McGehee. Other officers include Drs. Henry King Wade, Hot Springs National Park; Carl C. Hanchey, DeQueen, and Bonny N. Stevenson, West Memphis, vice presidents; Royal J. Calcote, Little Rock,

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