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August 2, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;61(5):352-356. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350050034013

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Antituberculosis Camp Started.—  The United Charities of Bessemer have obtained a cottage in a grove and have started an antituberculosis camp.

Personal.—  Dr. George T. McWhorter, Riverton, is reported to be seriously ill at his home with cerebral hemorrhage.—Dr. J. H. Nolan has been appointed sanitary engineer for the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company and has been placed in charge of the company's camps in the Birmingham district. —Dr. James C. Gillespie, New Decatur, is reported to be seriously ill.—Dr. Carney G. Laslie, Montgomery, has returned from Europe.—Dr. James B. Hatchette, Marion, has been made a director of the Great Southern Life Insurance Company.—Dr. Robert M. Davis, Florence, has been placed in charge of the Public Health Campaign inaugurated by Dr. W. H. Sanders, state health officer.


New Officers.—  Fourth Councilor District Medical Society at Lake Village: president, Dr. E. E. Barlow; secretary-treasurer, Dr. W. T. Lowe,

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