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July 28, 1934

Medical News

JAMA. 1934;103(4):265-269. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750300039020

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Dr. McLester Honored.—  The Jefferson County Medical Association gave a dinner at the Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham, July 7, in honor of Dr. James Somerville McLester, President-Elect of the American Medical Association. Speakers reviewing the professional and civic activities of Dr. McLester included Dr. George S. Graham, president of the county society; Dr. Cabot Lull, Birmingham; Dr. William M. Cunningham, Jasper, president of the state medical association; Dr. James E. Paullin, Atlanta; George H. Denny, D.C.L., president of the University of Alabama, and C. B. Glenn, superintendent of schools of Birmingham.


Jailed for Narcotic Violation.—  Dr. Leman D. Cruice, San Diego, is now serving a fifteen months sentence in the federal prison on McNeil Island, Wash., for violation of the narcotic laws. He went to trial in the U. S. District Court at San Diego on five counts. Two of the charges were dismissed, but he was found guilty

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