Dr. Haynes was also instrumental in the formation of the ACA Council on Diagnosis and Internal Disorders, and helped develop the syllabus used at LACC for a council-approved course of study. Dr. Haynes also helped secure CCE approval of the course of study.
Dr. Haynes was available for counsel and advice, and lent his wisdom and energy toward every request placed before him for the advancement and strengthening of the chiropractic profession. He was one of the strongest and most steadfast friends the profession has seen.
“In memoriam” (p. 58):
Dr. L.K. Glover, * 55, Albion, Illinois, died May 24. He was a 1950 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Guy Barnett, Terra Haute, Indiana Dr. Gorman P. Guberud, Susanville, California. Dr. Fay E. Montgomery, Oakland, California. Dr. Elizabeth Moodie, Schenectady, New York. Dr. Arthur A. Powers, Sheridan, Wyoming. Dr. M. Ada Ribar, Homestead, Pennsylvania Dr. George B. Riegel, Joliet, Illinois Dr. Fred T. Schintzius, Clarence, New York Dr. Edward A. Schwenker, St. Louis, Missouri Dr. H.A. Triebold, Newport, Minnesota Dr. Devina C. Tweed, Pasadena, Texas *denotes ACA member
1979 (Dec): ACA Journal of Chiropractic [16(12)] includes:
“Former education director dies” (p. 74): Dr. John Nugent, the first director of Education for the National Chiropractic Association (NCA), died at his home at Harbour Island, Bahamas on November 4, 1979. Dr. Nugent, who was 88 at the time of his death, was active and interested in the progress of chiropractic education and lived to see the recognition of the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) by the US department of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, as the accreditation agency for the profession. Following his retirement from his position with NCA in 1961, Dr. Nugent spent his retirement years at his home in the Bahamas. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Enid Nugent.
1980 (Jan): ACA Journal [17(1)] includes:
“Former NCA president dies” (p. 69); includes photograph and:
Dr. Cecil Martin of Jersey City, New Jersey, former National Chiropractic Association (NCA) president, died November 19, 1979.
Dr. Martin had practiced in Jersey City for 50 years and had been very active in state association and NCA/ACA activities. He served as the New Jersey NCA delegate and was elected NCA president in 1955. He was a member of the board of directors of the National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company (NCMIC) for many years. He had been the chiropractic member of the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners for 22 years.
Dr. Martin is survived by his wife Annette, one son, one daughter, seven grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
1980 (Jan/Feb): Digest of Chiropractic Economics [22(4)] includes:
“Dr. Mildred Cleveland dies; chiropractic loses a friend and colleague” (p. 77); includes photo of Dr. Cleveland and: The administration of Cleveland Chiropractic College regrets to announce that Dr. Mildred (Millie) G. Cleveland, passed away Saturday, December 22, at the home of her son, Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Dr. Millie graduated in 1954 from Cleveland Chiropractic College. She obtained an Associate of Science degree from Metropolitan Junior College and attended University of Missouri – Kansas City. She was employed at Cleveland College from 1943 to present. She was clinic director until 1976 and a professor of Anatomy. She conducted a children’s clinic at the College for over twenty years. She was a member of the International Chiropractors Association, the Missouri State Chiropractors Association, and the Academy of Missouri Chiropractors. She was a fellow of the International Chiropractors Association, and had received numerous plaques and awards for her service and achievements in the Chiropractic profession. Dr. Millie was a graduate of Unity School of Christianity on the Plaza in Kansas City, and she was a past president of the Alumni Association of the Unity Church. Dr. Millie is survived by her husband, Dr. Carl S. Cleveland, Jr., President of Cleveland Chiropractic College; her son Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III; her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Cleveland; her mother, Mrs. W.R. Allison; and five grandchildren. Services for Dr. Millie were conducted at 2:00 p.m. Thursday December 27, at Newcomers Brush Creek Chapel in Kansas City. She will be sadly missed by the profession and by the many Chiropractic students and patients that she assisted. For those who wish to remember Dr. Millie, the family suggests contributions to the Cleveland Chiropractic College Alumni Development Fund.
1980 (Sept/Oct): Digest of Chiropractic Economics [23(2)] includes:
“Dr. Leland Roberts born July 19, 1908, Logan, Utah dies June
23, 1980”; obituary (p. 4)
1980 (Nov): ACA Journal [17(11)] includes:
“In Memoriam” (p. 78) notes death of Herbert Marshall Himes
DC in Davenport IA
1980 (Dec): ACA Journal [17(12)] includes:
“In memoriam” notes death of Leland Roberts DC in Logan,
Utah (p. 77)
1981 (Jan/Feb): DCE [23(4)] includes:
Ernest G. Napolitano, D.C., president of NYCC and VP of CCE,
authors “A tribute to William L. Luckey; a man of integrity,