Courier-journal (Louisville, Ky.)

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Mr. Baker joined the Courier-Journal as secretary after a career in banking. He was Treasurer, Vice President, Executive Vice-President and General Manager of the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, WHAS, Inc., and Standard Gravure Corp.
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Mr. Barry is presently a sports columnist for the Louisville Times. Active in journalism all of his adult life, Mr. Barry succeeded his father, John Barry, as publisher of the Kentucky Irish American newspaper. This paper was published until November, 19
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Chairman of the board of the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, Standard Gravure Corporation, WHAS, Inc. and other Bingham enterprises.
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Editor and publisher of the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times. Bingham moved to this position from WHAS after his brother's death.
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Braden discusses her background and the background of her husband, the late Carl Braden working with the Courier-Journal newspaper during the 1940s; the Wade desegregation case and her husband's trial for sedition in 1954; anti-Vietnam War activities in Louisville; and Ms. Braden's work with Progress in Education (PIE), a pro-busing organization active in Louisville during the 1970s.
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Mr. Caummisar joined the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times in 1934. The majority of his 30-year career (1934-1964) with the papers was spent in the circulation department. He retired from the position of director of promotion and public service at the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times in 1964.
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Ms. Clowes joined the Courier-Journal in 1936 as a staff reporter. Her previous newspaper experience was with the old Herald-Post. She was named editor of the Courier-Journal editorial page in 1966, and held this position until her retirement.
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Ms. Coady began her career with the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times as an assistant copy editor employed temporarily during the summer of 1945. She returned after graduation from college in July 1946 to permanent employment. She has worked as an assistant copy editor, feature writer, news reporter, education reporter, and general assignment reporter and in September 1981 became the Arts Editor.
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Mr. Crowdus joined the staff of the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times in the summer of 1947. His initial assignment was to cover the police beat as a reporter. He then covered general assignment stories through the 1950s. In 1961 Mr. Crowdus began covering City Hall. Through the administrations of four mayors (Cowger to Sloane) Mr. Crowdus covered city government. In 1977 he returned to general assignment reporting.
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Mr. Davis has earned a national reputation as an aerial photographer. He was director of the Photography Department for 35 years until 1974. Mr. Davis still works for the Courier-Journal and accompanies other on their aerial assignments.