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Phillip, of San Diego, California, three grandchildren and two great- grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

Nothing which can be written can, even in a small way, say what should be said of the selfless life that Dr. Ashworth gave to the service of others - her interest and service to the poor, her long hours of devoted service durin gthe 1918 flu epidemic, her stand for what she believed to be right, and for her wonderful service to her profession. What more can be said than that she expressed the ultimate in motherhood, in patriotism, in devotion to others, and as a doctor in her chosen profession. - L.H. Burdick, D.C., Falls City, Nebr.

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    "In Memoriam: Dr. Craig M. Kightlinger" (pp. 50-1): Dr. Craig M. Kightlinger, of Sarasota, Florida, outstanding educator, lecturer, and chiropractic leader, passed away June 8, 1958, at the age of 76. Dr. Kightlinger was a native of Valparaiso, Indiana, and was graduated from Valparaiso University with B.S. and M.A. degrees. After graduating from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1918, he then attended and graduated from Mecca Chiropractfic College located in Newark, N.J. In 1923, Dr. Kightlinger formed Eastern Chiropractic Institute in Newark, N.J., and became its president, later moving the school to New York City.

In 1944, the Eastern Chiropractic Institute merged with New York School of Chiropractic and Standard School of Chiropractic to form the present Chiropractic Institute of New York. Doctor Kightlinger was its president until 1952, when he retired and moved to Florida where me maintained a private practice until his recent illness.

He was a member of the old U.C.A., National Chiropractic Association, Florida Chiropractic Association, and Southwest Florida Chiropractic Association. He was past-president of the New York State Chiropractic Association and a member of the Elk's Club of Sarasota.

He held chiropractic licenses in New Jersey, Nevada, and Florida. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha Linnea Kightlinger, 456 Acadia Drive, Sarasota, Fla. - H.F. Mahaney, D.C., NCA state delegate.

1958 (Sept): ICA International Review of Chiropractic [13(3)] includes:

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    “Obituaries” (p. 31) includes:

Warren L. Sausser, D.C., 64, of Southampton, Long Island, N.Y. Dr. Sausser was a PSC graduate and conducted an X-ray laboratory in New York for 334 years. In 1933 he developed the first X-ray films of the entire body.

1958 (Oct); JNCA [28(10)] includes:

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    “News Flashes: ALABAMA” (p. 44): MOURN PASSING OF DR. MARTIN Dr. H.H. Martin died August 25, 1958, at his home in Andalusia. He was a native of Alabama and 77 years old at the time of his death. Dr. Martin graduated from Carver Chiropractic College, Oklahoma City, in June, 1922. He located in Brewton, Alabama, for a short time and then moved to Andalusia where he practiced until his death. He was active in our state association and seldom missed a state convention, and also attended several NCA conventions. The funeral was held at the First Baptist Church with Masonic services at the graveside. Interment was in Andalusia Memorial Park. In behalf of the United States Government, members of andalusia Post No. 80 of the American Legion presented the flag to Mrs. martin in recognition of Dr. Martin’s services during World War One. He was song and Bible leader of his company during the war. The large



attendance at the funeral attested to the love and esteem in which Dr. Martin was held by the people of Andalusia. He was a man of fine character and a credit to the chiropractic profession.

Surviving is his widow, Dr. Lillian Martin, who was graduated from Carver Chiropractic College in June, 1922. - J.L. Thompson, D.C., NCA state delegate.

1959 (Feb): ICA International Review [13(8)] includes:

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    “Obituaries” (p. 18) includes:

Dr. Frank H. Seubold, who had been a charter member of the International Chiropractors Association and “Chiropractor of the Year” in 1951. He was 73.

A 1912 graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic, he operated a clinic in Chicago for 33 years before going to Fort Smith, Ark., in 1945, where he and his wife, Dr. Ruth Seubold, conducted their practice the past 13 years.

Dr. Seubold graduated from the Bernarr McFadden Cultural School in 1908, before getting his Chiropractic education. He was a life member of the Art Institute of Chicago, a 32nd degree Mason and a member of Rotary International.

The Seubold family asked that memorials be sent to the International Chiropractors Research Corporation.

1959 (Aug): JCaCA [15(4)] includes:

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    “Obituaries” (p. 5):

The chiropractic profession lost one of its most beloved dedicated members with the passing of Dr. Daniel V. Nash. graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1917, he

and A had

practiced in California since Pico Blvd., in Los Angeles.

1930. He was

His offices were at 5259.5 West a devoted member of his district,

county and state chiropractic organizations at all meetings. The loss of “Dan” leaves a

and his was a familiar face void that cannot be filled.

1959 (Oct): ICA International Review [14(4)] includes:

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    “Obituaries” (p. 39) includes:

William H. Werner, D.C., in Columbus, Werner was stricken the previous evening after State Chiropractic Society. He was 69.

O., Sept. talking to

13. the

Dr. Ohio

A 1920 graduate of the Palmer School, he was one of the most active practitioners in the profession. He organized the American Bureau of Chiropractic, a laymen’s organization, which once had

100,000 members.

Some 12,000 persons filled Madison Square

Garden for a laymen’s meeting organized by Dr. Werner 20 years ago.

Dr. Werner was named “chiropractor of the year” in 1952 and served as first vice president of the ICA for many years.

He was in much demand as a speaker and writer. In July, he wrote an article on the importance of laymen organizations for the

International Review of Chiropractic and spoke at the recent

Convention in August.

Following his talk




ICA was

scheduled for an address in Louisville, Ky.

1960 (Feb): JNCA [30(2)] includes:

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    “Gov. Clauson dies at 64 in his sleep” (p. 46): AUGUSTA, Maine, Dec. 30 (AP), - Gov. Clinton A Clauson, 64 died in his sleep at the executive mansion earlier today. The one-time chiropractor, a native of Mitchell, Iowa, was in his first year of a four-year term. He was a Democrat. Under Maine’s Constitution, he is automatically succeeded by the president of the State Senate – Republican John H. Reed, 38, a well- to-do potato grower from Fort Fairfield.

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