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Kiwamans Mark Founding Of Club<br><br>220 Attend Program On 25th Anniversary<br><br>Two hundred and twenty Ann Arbor Kiwanians and their wives celebrated (he 25th anniversary of the founding of the local chapter with>a special program last night at ir^eMasonic Temple.<br><br>HighjfglVs of the program were the instaMRtan of 13 long-time Ann Arbor merij£frs into the organization's Legion ot^Hpnor by Michigan : District Gov, Daniel J. Heathcotf I of Kalamazoo, andTJhe showing o!<br><br>! a color and sounnwtm depipting [the Kiwanian-sponsored project foi children at University hospital.<br><br>Produced by the University of [Michigan under the direction ol Dorothy Ketcham, social service I director at the hospital, the film I will later be distributed to othei Kiwanis organizations throughout [the state.<br><br>Legion Of Honor<br><br>I Inducted into the Legion of Honor [were: Past Presidents Dr. Leonard P. Fisher. Charles A. Fisher, Judge Jay’G. Pray and Howard L. Sped-ding, past Lt.-Gov. Viggo O. Nelson, anti Fred W. Gross, Francis G. Ha mi Won, Albert L. McDonald, Frank B. Ohlinger, Charles H. Schroen, J. Fred Staebler, Eugene Stein and Calvin A. Wolf.<br><br>The gathering was further featured by the appearance of several widely-known state Kiwanians in addition to Gov. Heathcote. They included three of the four original founders of Kiwanis International; Donald Johnson and Harry Young of Detroit and James Cowdin of Highland Park; and pdst international trustee Michael A. Gorman, editor of the Flint Journal.