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September 28, 1940


JAMA. 1940;115(13):1108-1109. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810390048017


Georgia  The executive board of the woman's auxiliary to the Medical Association of Georgia met in Atlanta with the advisory committee from the association, the latter group approving the year's projected work for the auxiliary at this time. Dr. James N. Brawner, of Atlanta, chairman of the advisory committee, presided over the meeting. Mrs. H. G. Banister, of Ila, recently installed president of the auxiliary, presented an outline of the work to be undertaken during the year. It was decided to sponsor the writing of health plays, and Dr. Brawner offered a prize of $10 for the best play submitted.

Utah  Mrs. E. L. Van Aelstyn discussed "What the Law Expects of the Physician" and presented the plan of the Utah Medical and Hospital Benefit Association at the March meeting of the auxiliary to the Carbon County Medical Society in Price.The auxiliary to the Salt Lake