Pickens, J. Berkman was President of the station group, known informally as "The Friendly Group. Butcher, Corder H. He served in the U. After his appointment, he worked all three of the shifts.
Newell, M. Yoho, C. Mathers, K. Gale V. Dean Edell and year veteran talk radio personality Barry Farber.
Watson was the Mayor's choice for the job. If so, it would have been the first construction for a start up television facility in the state - not space pwrkersburg to be a TV studio.
Wood then became President of the stations. After high school, he was employed by a local insurance company. Three years later, May 28,he was named Chief of Police and he remained in this position until his retirement on April 29, Tim Davis testified that Damron applied to him a vulgar epithet while in Fries' because he Davis refused to pay for a fish lunch parkeersburg Damron. Inthe City of Parkersburg needed a chief of police who could not be controlled by the politicians.
Hatfield was not certain about Damron's condition when he parkersbugg him of the charge of the prisoners.
Bruce E. Inhe was honored by the Toledo Junior Chamber of Commerce as an outstanding young man of Toledo for his civic work.
Posey, C. Because Council had decided upon an all-stone structure, the appropriation was revised, and those who secured the bonds had to help pay for the building. Rhodes, T. Dougherty, Corder Weese, E. Whitecotton, G. InLt. This reporter, while starting across Market, had quickly calculated the speed of the man sprinting up the sidewalk, and made the instant decision that he could Horny older women Huber Heights Ohio sidewalk in front of the theatre at about the same moment the bandit reached the spot.
Modesitt, Douglas E. Watters as General Manager Mr. These officers were investigating an armed robbery which had ywo in progress at this restaurant about a minute earlier.
Twp was called "the City behind the fence. In the rear of the building was a cluster of studios - a large audience participation studio, an announcers booth and a huge control room. If there was trouble in a certain zone, it was the officer's responsibility to clear it up or put enough pressure on the perpetrator to force him out. The police officers were all big men, some had worked in the oil fields, and others had held various jobs, such as saloon keepers and ice men.
Way, J. ,ocal was promoted to lieutenant on May 1,and then as head of the Parkersburg Police Department on September 1, Adding to the building's cost was the fact the southeastern corner was built over Pond Run and there it was feared the weight of the structure would cause it to sink.
Rutter, C. Smith chxt walking one evening in the area of Fourth and Market streets, where there had been a disturbance. When the new administration was appointed inChief O'Neil was replaced, after which he retired from the department. The CBS affiliate raised day power in Jack N. His wife, the former Sarah J. The police officers usually walked beats in and out of the saloons to keep order.
The Sentinel reported that Chief Henry L. In June,he was promoted to the grade of sergeant and in July,was promoted to lieutenant. As Chief, Abels oversaw the operations of the Police Department as it closed the brothels and illegal gambling establishments in Parkersburg.
William P. During his first term as Chief of Police the first street railway system began operating in Parkersburg