Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 19
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 10, --Citizen Photo Pioneer Red Cross Workers Honored last night by the Tucson chapter of the American Red Cross were (from left) Mrs. J. J. O'Dowd, a continuous member for 50 years; Gerald Jones, the chapter chairman in 1924-25; and Miss June Rider of Phoenix, a chapter founder and chairman from 1926-28. Mrs. J. J. O'Dowd Honored i . . V - · For Service To Red Cross · An extraordinary record of service by Mrs. J. J. O'Dowd and the work of otheripioneer members of the Tucson Chapter have drawn high recognition from the American Red Cross. . The occasion was the golden anniversary jubilee of the chapter, celebrated at the Elks Club last night. '-.- The national president of the Red Cross, retired Gen. James Collins, reported that because of war and natural disasters the organization will have "a dangerously slim margin of (finan- 2nd Mistrial Declared In Richard Case ; A third federal court trial is expected to be set soon for Miss Hannelore E. S. Richard, who is accused of smuggling 45 pounds of bulk marijuana into the country. IJ.S. District Court Judge James A. Walsh ordered a second mistrial this morning when a: federal jury announced it could not reach a verdict. .. The jury ' had deliberated about 10 hours, until 1 a.m., before being sent home. _.The first trial, held last month, also ended with a hung jury. Miss Richard, 30, of Zephyr Cove, Nev., is charged with smuggling the marijuana into the country on Dec. 6. She has contended during the two trials that the marijuana had been placed in her car without her knowledge while she was. vacationing in Mexico. cial) safety in the months ahead." COLLINS SAID the Red Cross soon will make a special appeal for $9 million to keep pace with a growing demand for services. Mrs. O'Dowd, the recipient of a 50-year phi last night, has been associated from the very beginning with the local chapter, later serving as chairman between 1934 and 1940. Following the pin presentation by chapter Chairman Thomas L. Chambers, Mrs. O'Dowd replied, "So many of you did so much more than I, but I thank you all." OTHER AWARDS for years of service went to Dr. Byron McCormick, former president of the University of Arizona, Pat Tidmarsh, Mrs. Bert Wood and Mrs. Jack E. Baker, 25 years; Albert Gibson and Mrs. Beatrice Simpler, 50 years; Chambers and Mrs. James McDonald, 15 years. C. Myers Bardine, who served the Red Cross 30 years in Idaho and Chicago and 10 years in Tucson, received a 40-year pin. Pioneer workers given special recognition include: attorney Gerald Jones, the chapter's fifth chairman (1924-25); and Miss Jane Rider of Phoenix, a chapter founder and its seventh chairman (1926-28). Other former chapter presi- dents attending included McCormick, Tidmarsh, Harry Harrington, Holden Olsen, Henry Merchant and David Windsor. Rabbi Albert T. Bilgray was unable to attend because of an eye ailment requiring attention of specialists in San Francisco. MRS. FRANCIS FULLER, first chapter executive from 1919-33, and Mrs. Margaret Link Ponomareff, executive from 1933-46, also were present' as honored guests. Collins, a retired four-star general, told the gathering that the fighting in Viet Nam "is being felt throughout the whole structure of the Red Cross." In the year ending next July, the staff there will have been increased from 25 to 250 workers, he revealed. 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