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Changes in Health Personnel.—
Dr. William A. Dodson Jr., Double Springs, has resigned as health officer of Winston County to take a position with the U. S. Public Health Service, it is reported.—Dr. William J. Donald, Brewton, has been appointed an associate in county organization in the state department of health, Montgomery, to succeed Dr. W. D. Burkhalter, who recently became health officer of Shelby County of Memphis, Tenn.—Dewitt Sterling Abell, M.S., a member of the staff of the North Carolina State Department of Health, has been appointed director of the bureau of sanitation in the Alabama State Health Department.
Medical Alumni Officers.—
Dr. Eugene A. Callahan, Carlisle, was elected president of the Alumni Association of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine; Dr. Estes Allen, Little Rock, vice president; Dr. Thomas Duel Brown, secretary, and Dr. Paul M. Fulmer, Little Rock, treasurer.
The Ninth Councilor
Medical News. JAMA. 1941;117(8):629–631. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820340051016
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