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July 13, 1946

Medical News

JAMA. 1946;131(11):928-931. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870280054016

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Examination for State Health Job Canceled—Lack of Applications.—  The Colorado Civil Service Commission, June 21, in a statement to the press, announced a change in plans for the competitive examination for the position of state director of the division of public health. A test was scheduled for June 25 but was canceled when Dr. Roy L. Cleere, Denver, currently temporary director of the division of public health, withdrew his name from the list of applicants. Since Dr. James B. Perrin, Denver, head of the crippled children division, was the only other applicant for the job, the commission was forced to cancel the examination because of a lack of competition. Dr. Cleere has held the position as a provisional appointee for eleven years. According to press reports he intends to continue until a successor is chosen.


Medical Board for Workmen's Compensation.—  Gov. Ellis Arnall has named five physicians to

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