Davidson, a telegrapher in Cambridge, Ohio, was elected District Representative of the Baltimore and Ohio Railway System, ORT District 33, in 1905. Ola Delight Smith joined the ORT in Gainesville, Georgia, in 1906, and began a long career as a labor organizer and journalist.
Maurice Fleuret. Maurice Fleuret (22 June 1932 – 22 March 1990) was a French composer, music journalist, radio producer, arts administrator, and festival organizer. Born in La Talaudière in the département of Loire, Maurice Fleuret received his secondary education at the École normale d’instituteurs in Montbrison.
The Stamford Museum was founded five months later, as a cabinet of curiosities model occupying three rooms at the Stamford Trust Company building at 300 Main Street. The original collection grew from community donations of birds, moths, butterflies, and other geological specimens.
Ahmed Toufiq Hejira. Ahmed Toufiq Hejira or Hjira ( – born 1959, Oujda) is a Moroccan politician of the Istiqlal party. Between 2007 and 2012, he held the position of Minister of Housing and Urbanism in the cabinet of Abbas El Fassi.
In 1885 he was elected to the Common Council from the 3rd Ward, and the next year he was named council president. Breed was a member of the first city Board of Fire Commissioners in 1887. He was an organizer of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and was its treasurer from 1889 to 1895.
Accompanied by fierce protests, Chancellor Renner and his government resigned, though another cabinet of Social Democratic and Christian Social ministers under Renner and Fink was immediately formed and confirmed by the National Council.