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Full Time Health Units Established.
—Three of Arizona's fourteen counties are to have full time health units for the first time, with the aid of the funds distributed by the U. S. Public Health Service and the Rockefeller Foundation, amounting to $20,750. In addition, the legislature has set aside $15,000 for child hygiene work. Yuma County's health unit was opened, August 1, with Dr. Harry A. Reese, Yuma, in charge. Within a few weeks, full time units will also be in operation in Cochise County, under Dr. Raphael B. Durfee, Bisbee, and in Coconino County, under Dr. George Felix Manning, Jr., Flagstaff.
—Dr. Lee Bast, Delta, addressed a recent meeting of the Delta County Medical
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