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Pharmacists for civilian employment with the Army of Occupation in Japan are urgently needed. These positions pay up to $3,727 per year plus a 10 per cent foreign allowance and free housing. Transportation is furnished by the government. Because of a shortage of suitable housing, dependents are not permitted. Persons selected for these positions must agree to remain a minimum of two years. Pharmacists interested should contact The Department of the Army, Overseas Affairs Branch, 1660 East Hyde Park Boulevard, Chicago.
EXHIBIT OF MEDICAL STAMPS
An exhibit of stamps issued in honor of medicine is on display at the Army Medical Library, Seventh and Independence avenues, Washington, D. C. It is now possible, the announcement states, to provide philatelic material for nearly all the great landmarks in the history of medicine. Stamps of medical and scientific interest have been issued in large numbers in the last
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1949;141(9):609–610. doi:10.1001/jama.1949.02910090035012
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