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RADIO BROADCASTS FROM ANNUAL MEETING
Owing to the fact that the Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association coincides with the Republican National Convention, arrangements for radio broadcasts are very difficult and it is impossible to announce the exact time for many broadcasts in advance.Following is the tentative schedule of broadcasts:Network, station, date and time are indicated when available; otherwise information must be sought in newspaper radio columns during the Annual Meeting. It may even be necessary to record some of the programs and broadcast them during the week following the meeting.(All time is Central Daylight time, which is Chicago time.)NBC-WMAQ Dr. Edward L. Bortz, President of the American Medical Association; Mrs. Luther H. Kice, President of the Woman's Auxiliary, and Dr. Elmer L. Henderson, Chairman of the Board of Directors, The American Medical Association Serves the Nation.
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1948;137(7):649. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890410071011
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