Medicine: New False Teeth

In New York as in many another big city and in many another crowded profession, Jewish dentists once felt that the clique which managed the local subdivisions of the American Dental Association discriminated against them. Eventually they banded together with similarly distressed Jewish dentists in Newark, Passaic, Westchester County and Montreal and formed the Allied Dental Council. This happened 24 years ago. The Council now has 3,000 members, is conservative, and now admits non-Jews who are not antiSemitic.

Last week the Allied Dental Council moved its headquarters from grubby lower Manhattan near Cooper...

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