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Examiner
  • 50 years ago

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  • The following items were taken from the Nov. 23 through 29, 1963, Examiner.
    n An organization has been formed here to help support two medical clinics established in Taiwan (Formosa) bay a former independence minister. The Chinese Emergency Relief and Educational Fund is receiving voluntary gifts to be forwarded to the Rev. Patrick L. Hutton, former rector of the Trinity Episcopal Church here.
    n The special guest at the open house dedication of the Nowlin Junior High School was Miss Mabel Nowlin, 3418 S. Arlington, daughter of the late Clifford H. Nowlin, for whom the school was named. Nowlin was a longtime Kansas City school man whose portrait, a gift to the school from the family, will hang in the front hall.
    n The Good Government League planned a meeting to elect a new president and secretary. Former president Jack C. Terry, and former secretary Gerald Winship resigned their positions for business reasons. John Zander was nominated for the president’s seat and Mrs. Robert E. Ross for secretary.
    n Sandra Campbell and Stanley Dobbs of Independence were named recipients of the George Berkemeier Award. The award is given by the Jackson County 4-H Junior-Senior Council. Sandra is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, 1401 E. Mechanic, and Stanley lives at 3210 Lee’s Summit Road.
    – Jillayne Ritchie

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