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__________ Dr. Albert B. Cochrane, of Chicago, “that grand old man of chiropractic,” past president of the ACA and a member of the NCA Gavel Club, passed away suddenly on December 2 in his eightieth year, after having been stricken at a meeting on November 30.

Dr. Cochrane had won the admiration and affection of all who knew him for his youthful outlook and zestful spirit. He was always in the forefront of any battle for the advancement of his profession.

His buoyant spirit will be sorely missed in future meetings, but he has gone to a well deserved rest after eighty years of active and productive life.

We extend to his widow our deepest understanding and feel privileged to have known and loved him.

1953 (Mar): JNCA [23(3)] includes:

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    “Dr. Henry House taken by death” (p. 50): Dr. Henry Grady House, 52, died at 1:35 p.m., December 9 in the Baptist hospital, New Orleans, La. Dr. House, a chiropractor, had practiced in New Orleans for 18 years. He resided at 4020 Prytania. A graduate of the National College of Chiropractic in 1929, he was one of the founders of the Louisiana Chiropractors’ Association and was its first president. He was state delegate of the National Chiropractic Association and was chairman of the NCA Student Location Committee.

Dr. House is survived by his mother, Mrs. Susan Snowden house; his widow, the former Miss Florence M. Hebert; one daughter, Mrs.

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      C. Lester, Jr.; two sisters, Mrs. Robert Noll, Memphis, and Mrs. Ray Zientarski, house, Miss.; three brothers, James R. House and John S. House, both of Meridian and Wiley J. House of Fort Worth, Tex., and two grandchildren.

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    “A pioner passes on” (p. 52) is obit for ErnestLewellen, D.C. of









Chiropractic in Fort Wayne in 1938; includes photo of Dr. Lewellen

1953 (Mar): ICA Review [7(9)] includes:

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    “In memoriam” (p. 22); includes:

Dr. W.W. Morgan, Holden, Utah, passed away last month he was graduated from Logan Basic College in 1939 and joined the I.C.A. in May, 1952…

Dr. Wm. E. Brown, Newman, Georgia, passed away February 9. Dr. Brown was well known throughout Georgia and had served on the Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He was a graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic and the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic. He practiced Chiropractic for 34 years prior to his death.

1953 (Apr): JNCA [23(4)] includes:

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    L.M. Rogers, D.C.’s “Editorial” (p. 6) includes obituary for Frank

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    Logic, D.C.

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      Ken Evert, D.C

., national commander of ASMC, authors “A

tribute to a great man: Dr. Frank O. Logic, honorary national commander, American Society of Chiropractors” (p. 34)

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    “Two pioneers pass on” (pp. 72-3); obits for Frank O. Logic,

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      C. and Albert B. Cochrane, D.C.

1953 (Apr): ICA Review (7[10]) includes:

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    “In memoriam” (p. 28); includes:



Dr. John J. Judge, LaSalle, Illinois, and his brother, Dr. Thomas A. Judge, recently of Davenport, Iowa, were killed in an automobile accident at Columbus Junction, Iowa, Sunday, March 22.

Dr. John Judge was graduated from the Palmer School of Chiropractic, Davenport, in 1948 and joined the I.C.A. at that time. At the time of his death he was serving as I.C.A. state representative for Illinois.

Dr. Thomas Judge was also a graduate of the Palmer School. He completed post-graduate work in January and had opened his practice in Mendota, Illinois, the day before his death. He, too, was a member of the I.C.A.

1953 (May): JNCA [23(5)] includes:

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    “Passing of two pioneers: Dr. Harry M. Reeves” (pp. 52, 54)

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    Fernande De Mey, D.C. of Brussels authors obit “Marcel Gillet, 1903-1953” (p. 54)

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    Clarence W. Weiant, D.C., Ph.D. authors obit for Marcel Gillet,

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      C. of Belgium (pp. 54, 56)

1953 (May): ICA Review [7(11)] includes:

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    "F.O. Logic passes away" (p. 25); obituary for Frank O. Logic:

ACP has just been informed of the death of Dr. F.O. Logic, Iron Mountain, Michigan, on February 26. Dr. Logic was graduated from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1922 and immediately began his practice in Iron Mountain. He was active in civic and fraternal affairs in his community and maintained a special clinic for crippled children

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1953 (Nov): ICA Review (8[5]) includes:

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    “In memoriam” (p. 31) includes: Lloyd H. Ohlson, D.C. Dr. Lloyd H. Olson of LaCrosse, Wisconsin, passed away August 11 after a short illness. Dr. Olson attended the University of Wisconsin, Iowa State College, and was graduated from the Logan Basic College of Chiropractic in October, 1948. He was a member of the I.C.A. since November, 1949.

1954 (Aug 1): Budden dies in Portland (Nugent, 1954)

1954 (Sept): JNCA [24(9)] includes:

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    photo of WA Budden on cover

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    John J. Nugent, D.C., NCA director of education, authors obituary, “A tribute”; notes W.A. Budden, D.C., N.D. died on August 1, "exactly one week after his return from a metting of the Council on Education at the St. Louis Convention of the National Chiropractic Association" (p. 4):

Dr. W.A. Budden, director of the Western States College of Chiropractic, died suddenly at Portland on August 1, exactly one week after his return from a meeting of the Council on Education at the St. Louis Convention of the National Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Budden was one of




College, he had been dean administration of Dr. Schulze.

the pioneer leaders in chiropractic the direction of the Western States of the National College during the

As much as any man in our profession, he espoused and introduced high education standards in our schools.

An important and forceful representative of our interests, his authoritative voice was respected and listened to in our legislative halls.

To many, Dr. Budden’s passing will mean that a great chiropractor, thinker, and educator has passed into history. And that

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