Citizenship

Judge James R. Breakey Jr. Congratulates New U. S. Citizens Cecilia Oi-Chan Hooper and Jeanne D'Arc Hooper, November 1967

Judge James R. Breakey Jr. Congratulates New U. S. Citizens Cecilia Oi-Chan Hooper and Jeanne D'Arc Hooper, November 1967
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Ann Arbor News, November 30, 1967
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Adopted Children Naturalized - Judge James R. Breakey Jr. congratulates Cecilia Oi-Chan Hooper and Jeanne D'Arc Hooper (with flags), both 9, after they became naturalized citizens yesterday, as the other five Hooper children look on. From left to right the children are Gwen, 8; Cecilia, 9; Judy, 5; Paul, 11; Neal, 3; Jeanne, 9, and Vincent, 6. The two new Hooper citizens were born in Hong Kong and brought to this country at the age of two. They were formally adopted in 1962.
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Judge James R. Breakey Jr. Congratulates Two New U.S. Citizens, May 1963

Judge James R. Breakey Jr. Congratulates Two New U.S. Citizens, May 1963
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Ann Arbor News, May 23, 1963
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Youngest New Citizens: Circuit Judge James R. Breakey, jr., had a special welcome in his chambers for Kim Stephen Mather, 7, and Peter John Velders, almost 4, the youngest persons he admitted to citizenship in naturalization ceremonies yesterday. The boys, both from Korea, are the adopted sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mather of 1224 Franklin Blvd and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit Velders of 2911 Chesterfield Dr.
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County Clerk Luella M. Smith Completes Citizenship Papers for New Citizens, November 1962

County Clerk Luella M. Smith Completes Citizenship Papers for New Citizens, November 1962
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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1962
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Welcomes New Citizens: Circuit Judge William J. Weipert, jr. (far right), congratulates Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Brovins (left), formerly of the Ukraine, and Hendrika Overkleeft (standing center), from The Netherlands, as County Clerk Luella M. Smith (seated) completes Hendrika's naturalization certificate. Dr. Brovins is a state physician at Ypsilanti State Hospital. Hendrika, 16, a student at Ypsilanti High School, was the youngest person naturalized yesterday.
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Nine-Month-Old Boy, 35 Others Naturalized Here

Ann Arbor News, November 21, 1957


Nine-Month-Old Boy, 35 Others Naturalized Here
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30 Become U.S. Citizens Here

Ann Arbor News, May 22, 1958


30 Become U.S. Citizens Here
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From 13 Countries: 39 Made U.S. Citizens

Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1962


From 13 Countries:  39 Made U.S. Citizens
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'U' Extension Service Helps 700 Be Citizens

Ann Arbor News, February 13, 1963


'U' Extension Service Helps 700 Be Citizens
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45 Become Citizens - 18 Countries Represented

Ann Arbor News, May 23, 1963


45 Become Citizens - 18 Countries Represented
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35 Receive Citizenship In Circuit Court Rites

Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1963


35 Receive Citizenship In Circuit Court Rites
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36 Become Citizens In Washtenaw County

Ann Arbor News, May 28, 1964


36 Become Citizens In Washtenaw County
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