Julius Rosenwald plans to establish a dental clinic here resembling that established in Rochester, New York, by George Eastman. This became known following a visit paid by Mr. Rosenwald to the Rochester clinic, which was founded at a cost of $1,500,000 to assure school children adequate care of teeth and throat.
On his return Mr. Rosenwald said he was interested in such things as the Rochester dental clinic in general, and in Chicago, and was contemplating something of that nature. It was indicated that details of the plan are still indefinite.
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