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December 14, 1946

Medical News

JAMA. 1946;132(15):932-934. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870500038015

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Gift to University Eye Clinic.—  The Alabama Sight Conservation Association recently donated $10,000 to the department of ophthalmology of the Medical College of Alabama to provide equipment for the University Eye Clinic. The association was organized April 2, 1944 by the Alabama Lions Clubs, and its funds are derived from club memberships, life memberships, case memberships, contributing memberships and individual memberships; the East-West baseball game played each June in Birmingham sponsored by the Birmingham News-Age Herald, Esquire magazine, Alabama Lions and Alabama Sight Conservation Association, Inc.


Personal.—  Dr. Frank H. Rodin has resigned as ophthalmologist to the bureau of child hygiene, San Francisco Department of Public Health, a position he held for twenty years. He has been succeeded by Dr. Thomas G. Hall, San Francisco, who graduated at St. Louis University School of Medicine in 1923.—Dr. Norman Reider, Los Angeles, has been appointed chief of the psychiatric clinic

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