1956 (Spring): CMCC Quarterly [6(1)] includes: -cover photo of John Henderson DC, former registrar and business manager of CMCC, who died recently; notice on p. 1 notes recent deaths of J. Marshall Anderson DC, former College Director, C.R. Lessard DC, former Board Director, H.S. N. Cartier, former lecturer at CMCC, and Mr. H.J. Daly, public relationas counsellor to the College. -H.K. Lee DC authors “Obituary: John A. Henderson, D.C., F.I.C.C.” (pp. 2-4): -obituary for J. Marshall Anderson DC, PhC, FICC, a 1914 PSC g r a d u a t e , r e p r i n t e d f r o m G a l t E v e n i n g R e p o r t e r , M a r c h 9 t 1956 (p. 5) h ,
1956 (May): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [10(11)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 22); includes:
C. Crabtree, D.C., 74, of Lincoln, Neb., died march 11. He was
a medical doctor as well as a chiropractor, graduating from the Cotner Medical Colege and the Nebraska Chiropractic College.
1956 (June): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [10(12)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 22) include Leo Spears, D.C., Stephan P.
1956 (June): JNCA [26(6)] includes:
obituary: “Mrs. Schillig passes away” (p. 87):
Doctors of chiropractic throughout the world mourned the loss of Mrs. C.E. Schillig who passed on last month at her home in Modesto, California. Wife of Dr. C.E. Schillig, past-president of the National Chiropractic Association, and mother of Dr. Stuart Schillig, past- president of the California Chiropractic Association, “Madge” was known and beloved throughout the chiropractic profession.
1957 (Jan): ICA International Review [11(7)] includes:
“Obituaries” (p. 27) includes:
JOHN J. KILLEEN, D.C., 68, of Newburg, N.Y., died November
A graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic, he was also a
member of the National Chiropractic Association and the International Chiropractors Association.
1957 (Feb): JCaCA [12(18)] notes:
“Obituary” (p. 13):
Dr. John S. Clubine, whose office was at 610 South Broadway, Los Angeles, died suddenly last December. An associate and friend, Dr. Charles H. Wilson, said of him: “During the past five years of association with Dr. Clubine, I found him to be unusually accurate in his findings...our profession has lost a stalwart of professional ability.”
Dr. Clubine was a native of Toronto, Canada, where he was born in 1884. Following services at a funeral chapel in Los Angeles, the body was taken to Exeter, Canada, for burial in the cemetery of that city.
1957 (Feb): JNCA [27(2)] includes:
“News Flashes: Canada” (p. 48): DR. CLUBINE PASSES AWAY Dr. J.S. Clubine, well known to all Canadian chiropractors as the first dean of the Canadian memorial Chiropractic College, passed away in his office in Los Angeles on Thursday, December 20, 1956.
He was in his seventy-third year. The chiropractic profession has lost one of its most valued members and he will long be remembered for his great contributions toward the advancement of Canadian chiropractic. Dr. J.S. Clubine practiced in Toronto for about twenty- five years on Bloor Street, West, and moved to Los Angeles in 1946. He was born near Stouville, Ontario in 1884 and studied chiropractic at the Canadian Chiropractic College which was at that time in Hamilton. Later he served as president of the Toronto Chiropractic
activities, he was elected to the position of president of
association the Ontario years.
Following World War II, he took an active part in helping to establish the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. He served as the first dean of the institution and later became its president. Just two weeks before his death, a portrait of Dr. J.S. Clubine was presented to the college by Dr. Homewood in honor of the many years of faithful service to the profession. Dr. Clubine was informed of the presentation prior to his death, and I am sure his thoughts were echoed by his nephew, Dr. F.L. Clubine, who accepted the portrait for the college, when he said that he accepted the presentation as a symbol of our respect and admiration for the pioneers in chiropractic.
We have lost a leader, but those who were privileged to know him are the richer for the experience. - Dr. D.C. Sutherland, public relations director, Canadian Chiropractic Association.
1957 (Feb): ICA International Review [11(8)] includes:
“Obituaries: J.S. Clubine, D.C.” (p. 27); includes photograph:
Los Angeles, Cal. (ACP) – Dr. J.S. Clubine, 73, the first dean of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, died at his office here on December 20.
He graduated from the Canadian Chiropractic College, which at that time was located in Hamilton. In 1922 he served as president of the Toronto Chiropractic College, and also was president of the Ontario Chiropractic Association – a post he held for 15 years.
After World War II he took an active part in helping to establish the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College at Toronto. He was the first dean of the institution, and later became its president.
He had practiced at Toronto for about 25 years, and moved to Los Angeles in 1946.
Just two weeks prior to his death, a portrait of Dr. Clubine was presented to the college, honoring his many years of faithful service to the chiropractic profession.