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At a meeting of the Southeast Arkansas Medical Society in Eudora November 15, Drs. George V. Lewis and John N. Compton, both of Little Rock, spoke on "Tumors of the Breast" and "Some Newer Remedies and Methods of Treatment" respectively.—Dr. Florian E. Schmidt, Chicago, addressed the Ouachita County Medical Society December 8 in Camden on "Modern Treatment of Pneumonia." —The Sebastian County Medical Society was addressed December 14 by Dr. Joseph H. Sanderlin, Little Rock, on "The Climacteric."—At a meeting of the Pope-Yell County Medical Society in Russellville November 25, A. B. Tate Jr., D.D.S., Russellville, spoke on "The History of Dentistry" and Dr. George R. Siegel, Clarksville, "Treatment of Disorders of the Endocrines."
Rinaldo in Court Thirteen Years—Pays Fine.—
Eugene J. Rinaldo, Los Angeles, paid in the municipal court of Los Angeles Dec. 14, 1937, a fine of $500 imposed on him following his conviction by a jury in May 1937 of practicing medicine without a license. Judge Harold L. Landreth then suspended a sentence of 180 days in jail likewise imposed as a result of
Medical News. JAMA. 1938;110(7):515–520. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790070039016
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