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January 22, 1944

Government Services

JAMA. 1944;124(4):250. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850040050019

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New Supervisor of War Public Services Mrs. Dorothy S. Bauman has been named supervisor of War Public Services for the Federal Works Agency in region I, comprising the New England states, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Bauman "will supervise child care activities, including war nurseries and centers for before and after school care of young children of mothers in war essential jobs, and extended hospital and community services attributable to the war impact." Coincident with this announcement was one that $500,000 had been allotted by the Federal Works Agency to New York City for the conversion of a part of Bellevue Hospital and the convalescent camp in Welfare Island, New York, for the treatment and control of venereal diseases.

Hospital Men Volunteers  The Office of Civilian Defense and the American Hospital Association are cooperating in a program to organize hospital men volunteers to remedy the shortage of nonprofessional

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