Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 9, 1967 · Page 31
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 31

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 9, 1967
Page 31
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PAGE 32 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY. MAY 9. I9£7 OFFICERS ELECTED Jewish Center Chooses Cohen Rioters Burn LBJ In Ef f ig The Tucson Jewish Commu- nity'Center has elected Marvin S. Cohen president for the coming year. He succeeds David Kramer. · Cohen is an attorney with B o y l e , Bilby, Thompson Shoenhair. Other officers elected last night are Mrs. Aaron Levy, Dr. Robert Hirsch, David Brickman, Edward Kleinerman and Mrs. Harry Gorodess, vice presidents; Ronald Janoff, treasurer, and Stanley Weinstein, secretary. Re-elected to the board were Nathan Perlman, Joseph Kail, George Miller, Joseph Myerson, Sandy Rosenthal, Mrs. Marjorie Fenton, Myron Jacobs,. S. Lenwood Schorr and Edward Chesin. New board members are Mrs. Shirley Pasternack, Rona 1 d Weintraub, Mrs. Judy Davis, Mrs. Ruth Solot, Mrs. Marvin S. Cohen M a r g a r e t Schrader, Archie Mendelsohn, Mrs. Grace Fisher and Jerome Rosenberg. Ex-Arizona Treasurer Raymond Earhard Dies Raymond R. Earhart, a former state treasurer, state legislator and Santa Cruz county of- Bank Clock On Daylight Slow Time? GREENVILLE, S.C. ( A P ) . -Some folks say the large revolving clock atop the Citizens and Southern National Bank has gone on daylight losing time. Others say it's just keeping bankers hours. "When clocks were advanced an hour for Daylight Saving Time, thhe CS clock dropped back an hour- from Eastern Standard Time, making it two hours slow. "I can't explain it," said Ben D. Harvey, cashier. "We had the thing set right the other day. I think its just a coincidence that it dropped back exactly two hours." the ficial, died last night at Elks Hospital. He was 88. Mr. Earhart, of 340 E. 14th St, served as state treasurer in 1920-21 He served two terms as sheriff and two as treasurer of Santa Cruz County and one term as a state representative from Santa Cruz County. He ran for secretary of state in 1948 and state representative from Pima County in 1954, losing both contests. Mr. Earhart was a Democrat. Before moving to Tucson in 10'8, he \va: a merchant and mine developer in the Patagonia area. He had lived 'in Arizona since 1906, - when he moved here from his native Ohio, Mr. Earhart is survived by a son, Harry D., of Burbank, Calif. Funeral services are pending at Reilly Funeral Home. Sound Bores Holes ; D A Y T O N , Ohio (UPI)-Holes of any shape to design now can be bored through al- ihost any kind of material by u l t r a - h i g h - f r e q u e n c y sound waves. A cutting tool made by The Bendix Corporation chips aways material as it oscillates in an abrasive solution at 20,000 times a second. y MUNICH, Germany (UPI) About 1,000 anti-Vietnam war demonstrators stormed out of a beer hal! today, burned President Johnson in effigy and pelted police guarding the U.S. consulate with eggs, ink, paint, stones and flour. "Murderer Johnson...Americans out..American SS", chanted the demonstrators who heaved their missiles from in front of riot barricades thrown up by police,who underwent (he barrage with no apparent injury. . A few of the rioters hurled flaming bundles, singeing some police uniforms. But Deputy Police Chief Dr. Georg Wolff, at the scene, ordered his men not to use their clubs or water cannon. The protesters had fueled their anger in a nightlong beer and bawl fest at the famed Loewehbraukeller. T h e r e , speakers who claimed to be Americans and Vietnamese Buddhists denounced America. T h e n t h e predominantly youthful crowd poured into the streets and marched on the consulate. Faced by the police, most of the rioters finally walked away. But about 60 youths, apparently hoping to outwit police and reach the consulate, raced around the barricades. When officers blocked them, they promptly sat down. Police carried them off to side alleys in what Wolff called "gentle force." More students tried to reach the nearby U. S. Trade Center but police cut them off. They arrested five but. later released them. Many of the demonstrators were Greek laborers who appeared to be protesting the recent army coup in their homeland more than American action in Vietnam. The rioting broke out during West Germany's annual German-American friendship week. Morano Denies He, Dodcl Tried To Unload Triggers GREENWICH, Conn. .(UPI)Former Connecticut Congressman Albert P. Morano denies allegations that he and Sen. Thomass J. Dodd tried to unload surplus 1 defense materia! on the Pentagon for a Stamford firm for which Morano worked. Morano, a Republican-turned- Democrat who now works for Dodd, said Monday that charges made by James .P. Boyd, a former Dodd aide, were "absolutely false." Boyd had said earlier that Dodd and Morano tried to persuade the Defense Department to help Morano's firm when the company produced about 100,000 M-1,4 rifle trigger WITH JOB TRAINING Industrial Education Class Likely At FW Flowing Wells High School seniors next year may have the opportunity to learn a vocation while attending classes. The district school board last night gave tentative approval to organize an industrial cooperative education class for some 15 students. Pupils would be placed in vocational jobs in the community during school hours, and receive supplementary instruction at school in much the same manner as distributive Drugs Missing From Store A large quantity of drugs, valued at between $4,000 and $5,000, is missing from London Town Drugs, 5642 E. Pima St. Investigating officers said there was no sign of forcible entry into the store. They said the missing items ranged from minor pain remedies to "pep drugs" and narcotics. The loss was discovered by Daniel Jacobs, 2331 N. Rainbow Vista Drive, a store executive, about noon yesterday. education students work in business and marketing positions. The board in other action grranted a one-year leave of absence to Mrs. Mona Dayton, 1966 "Teacher of the Year," to join the Southhampton College of Long Island Univesrity as a visiting associate professor of education and sociology. M r s . Dayton, a primary g r a d e s teacher at Walter Douglas School, also plans to devote time to writing children's books for the Harper R o w e publishing firm, the board was told. A tax-sheltered annuity program for district employes was tabled for further study. assemblies in excess of Pentagon requirements. Dodd tried to "bail them out" by interceding with the Pentagon, Boyd said. ."That statement was made by a disloyal, incompetent former employe who was also a liar and a cheat," Morano said. 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