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—The state health department recently sent out 4,000 questionnaires explaining the proposed milk grading ordinance for Montgomery and requesting a post card vote. Of 1,200 answers received 99 per cent, favored the ordinance. Montgomery dairymen have organized the Montgomery County Milk Grading Association to cooperate with the state and city health departments in their effort to reduce infant mortality.
1.—Dr. Aller G. Ellis, Colorado Springs, will leave August 1, for Bangkok, Siam, to spend five years as visiting professor of pathology in the medical department of Chulalongkorn University, under the auspices of the Rockefeller Foundation which is aiding in the reorganization of the school.—Dr. George William Carter, Boulder, celebrated his ninety-sixth birthday,
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