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Appliance Therapy in the Treatment of Class II Malocclusion” by J. R. Halden on the edgewise appliance and M. Munday on the Begg appliance. Feb. 12, 1973. Papers on the “Separation of Teeth” by Mrs. B. Williams and on “Preventive Dentistry and the Developing Child” by D. C. A. Picton. March 12, 1973. Officers of the society are president, J. S. Rose; past-president, J. R. E. Mills; presidentelect, G. C. Dickson; senior vice-president, J. D. Hooper; treasurer, J. P. Moss; secretary, M. S. E. Gould; assistant secretary, J. G. Ritchie; curator, R. D. Howard; editor, J. D. Atherton; and librarian, A. C. Campbell. The councilors of the Society are E. J. R. Bird, A. J. P. Cousins, D. G. Huggins, H. S. Orton, and C. D. Parker. Auditors are J. S. Beresford and A. J. Walpole-Day. The Society’s museum is located at the Institute of Public Health and Hygiene at 28 Portland Place, London. The Society’s library is housed in the library of the British Dental Association at 64 Wimpole St., London. Books and periodocals are available to Society members on request.
Central American Orthodontists to meet in Guatemala City The Association of Orthodontists of Central America and Panama will hold its biennial meeting from Feb. 22 to March 2, 1973, in Guatemala City. The meeting will be held at the new Hotel Conquistador in conjunction with the thirteenth annual congress of the Dental Federation of Central America and Panama. Speakers include Harry Barrer, Haskell Gruber, and Robert E. Moyers. For further information, write to Dr. Max Burak, Avenida las Americas 21-69, Zona 10, Guatemala City, Guatemala, Central America.
Toronto Orthodontic Club “Vertical Dimension: Its Growth and Mechanical Control” is the title of a paper that Terre11 L. Root will give before the Toronto Orthodontic Club at the Inn on the Park on Nov. 17, 1972. At its first meeting this year on October 2, James L. Ackerman read a paper entitled “Diagnosis, Treatment Planning, and the Use of an Edgewise Light Continuous Force Technique.” For details about the Toronto Study Club, write to Dr. W. John Jenkins, SecretaryTreasurer, 185 St. Clair Ave., W., Toronto 7, Ontario, Canada.
Fountains and palaces will greet world Orthodontic Congress in London Aug. 13 Royal Palace in Madrid which houses one arms and armor. In the lower photograph 1870’s for Barton Rothschild near London. teenth and eighteenth century art, furniture, a Congress luncheon tour being arranged 29 Old Bond St., London, WlX 4LJ.
orthodontists during to 18, 1973. The upper of the world’s greatest is Waddesdon Manor, Today it is a National and costumes which by London’s experienced
the Third International photograph shows the collections of medieval built during the early Trust museum of sevenwill be visited during Conference Associates,