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[[image - black & white photograph of Harold Hamilton, Dr. C.R. Tuckson, along with three men]] [[caption]] Harold Hamilton (standing second from left), communications manager, Market Development Department, Coca-Cola USA, along with Dr. C.R. Tuckson of Howard University, discusses Dentistry as a Career, a dental recruitment program, sponsored by Coca-Cola USA, with students during a dental recruitment seminar. [[/caption]] HUMBLE SPONSORS DENTAL STUDENTS—Humble Oil & Rening [[Refining]] Co. sponsored participation of three dental students in the 1971 National Dental Association meeting in Washington, D.C. The students are: Irving N. Riley (front left) of Landover, Md., who is studying at Howard University College of Dentistry, Washington, D.C.; David Lee Scott (front right) of Spencerville, Md., who attends the University of Maryland, College Park, Md.; and Melba A. Wilson (not pictured) of Toledo, Ohio, a student at Meharry University, Nashville, Tenn. They made a presentation on the subject of "Motivative Techniques in Preventive Dentistry." Also pictured are (back, left to right): Dr. Clyde Broadus of Fort Worth, Texas, immediate past president of the NDA; J.E. Queen, Houston, Tex., National Coordinator of Community Relations for Humble; and Dr. Frank E. Chowning, of Indianapolis, Ind., NDA Recruiting Chairman. HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL DENTAL ASSOCIATION The National Dental Association was founded or came into being in 1918 because Black or Negro Dentists were refused membership in organized Dentistry. The object of this association shall be to promote the art and science of Dentistry; to raise the standards of the dental profession and dental education; to stimulate favorable relations and good fellowship among Dentists and also between Dentists and other health professions; to nurture the growth and diffusion of dental health knowledge; to sponsor and work for betterment of the public health; to work persistently for the elimination of segregation and discrimination from American Dental Institution, Clinic, and organization. The member of the National Dental Association down through the years have served diligently and continuously in the poverty and ghetto areas of our nation. In recent years we have worked very diligently with the ADA in helping to eradicate and eliminate discrimination and segregation in organized dentistry, even though much has been done we still have much to be accomplished. We have worked cooperatively to get greater participation in area and facet of organized dentistry in recent years also. We are still seeking greater participation in Public Health funded programs for improved health and better health care delivery, because we feel that it will be through the agencies that the professional will be able to make a good approach to help solve the health care delivery problem of this nation. Recruitment—National recruitment program, Dr. Frank Chowning—Scholarship Fund Loans for Black Students. We are also concerned with organized dentistry playing a greater role in health care. Many systematic diseases are first detected by men in the dental profession. There are more than 1 billion cavities in the oral cavities of the American pleople, and it would take approximately 10 years to catch up the back log. We in the National Dental feel that we have the expertise by virtue to the fact that being closer to the problems we are more aware of the need and would like to help improve health care delivery to the consumer. Welcome to New Orleans — National Dental Association Ladies Auxiliary President MRS. C.L. BARNES c/o Dr. C.L. Barnes 2307½ Dowling Street Houston, Texas 77004 Dental Hygienist Association President MRS. RUTH McDONALD c/o Miss Mary Hawkins 2708 Lake Shore Drie 4206 St. Joseph, Michigan 49084 Dental Assistant Association President MRS. DARLINE HAWKINS 209 LaVette Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022 LOCAL OFFICERS DR. JAMES PITTMAN Local Convention Chairman 1323 Caffin Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana DR. CHARLES LESTER, JR. Local Publicity Chairman 4045 Hollywood Street Shreveport, Louisiana DR. ALDRICH A. DAVIS Local Souvenir Chairman 1364 Swan Street Baton Rouge, Louisiana DR. LESLIE JOHNSON Local Entertainment Chairman 2701 Piety Street New Orleans, Louisiana DR. WELLINGTON A. ARNAUD Local Exhibits Chairman 1628 Orleans Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana DR. DUPY ANDERSON Local Sports Chairman 3615 North Street Baton Rouge, Louisiana DR. RICHARD NELSON, JR. Co-Chairman Local Scientific Committee 734 Allen Street Shreveport, Louisiana DR. CHARLES H. NOBLES Co-Chairman Local Scientific Committee P.O. Box 516 Shreveport, Louisiana Ladies Auxiliary Local Convention Chairlady MRS. JUDY ARNAUD 5500 Eads Street New Orleans, Louisiana Dental Assistants Local Convention Chairlady MRS. CECILIA HARRIS 1308 Sora Street Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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