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February 5, 1995 | Ronald J. Ostrow, Ronald J. Ostrow covers the Justice Department for The Times. His last article for the magazine was a profile of Atty. Gen. Janet Reno
Hands plunged deep into the pants pockets of his blue suit, Louis J. Freeh stands before the agents and support staff of the Indianapolis field office of the FBI, laying out his vision of their future. His accent is thick--"the law" rhymes with "the drawer"--and with his flat "Just the facts, ma'am" tone, he sounds astonishingly like Joe Friday of TV's "Dragnet," if Sgt. Friday had hailed from New Jersey. Standing 5-foot-8, Freeh does not tower over the lectern like Wayne R.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1995 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A woman who once headed the Sybil Brand Institute for Women was promoted to chief in the county Sheriff's Department on Wednesday, the first woman to hold that rank. Helena Ashby, a 31-year-veteran of the department, was one of four new chiefs named Wednesday. Ashby, 53, said the department has changed its attitude toward women significantly since she began her career. "Women now have access to all jobs," Ashby said. "The world has changed and so has the position of women in the department.
BUSINESS
January 10, 1995 | Greg Johnson, Times staff writer
Changes at Quiksilver: Quiksilver Inc. announced five promotions on Monday, including the promotion of Randall L. Herrel Sr. to president and chief operating officer of the Costa Mesa-based apparel and accessories company. Bert G. Fenenga was appointed senior vice president and chief financial officer; Gregory W. Ziegler, senior vice president for production; Tom Holbrook, senior vice president for sales, and Daniel C. Kwock, senior vice president for marketing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1994 | ALAN EYERLY
Advanced Officers Bob Bugbee and Dennis Gray of the Brea Police Department were both promoted to the rank of sergeant last week by Police Chief James E. Oman. The new sergeants will serve in the department's uniform division under Capt. Bill Lentini. Bugbee joined the department in 1980 and became a motorcycle officer in 1983. He was appointed to investigations in 1988 and promoted to the rank of advanced officer in 1992. Gray has been with the department since 1977.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 24, 1994 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Returning to the place were he began his career as a patrol officer 21 years ago, Capt. Ronald Bergmann officially took over as commanding officer of the Foothill Division of the Los Angeles Police Department on Friday. Bergmann, 48, replaces Capt. Gus Drulias, who retired after more than 30 years of service to the LAPD and 10 months as head of the Foothill Division.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A bitter controversy surrounding the Los Angeles Police Department's second-ranking official came to a head Tuesday as critics and supporters of Assistant Chief Bernard C. Parks clashed in a tense appearance before the Police Commission. Detectives from the LAPD's Narcotics Group, backed by the police union, have accused Parks of voiding recent promotions in that unit because the list of candidates did not include any women or minorities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1994
Orange County Sheriff's Capt. Doug Storm, a 21-year department veteran, has been promoted to assistant sheriff. Storm is currently commander of the Regional Narcotics Suppression Program and will replace Assistant Sheriff Walter Fath, who is retiring, Sheriff Brad Gates announced last week. Storm started with the Sheriff's Department in 1973 as a jail deputy and worked through the ranks in the investigative and operations divisions.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1994 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Toshiba America Inc.'s highest-ranking Japanese executive in Orange County is returning to Japan as part of a management shuffle, the company said. Co-chairman Taizo Nishimuro was responsible for orchestrating strategic high-tech alliances such as a key agreement to build an interactive TV network with media giant Time Warner Inc. The network is being tested in Orlando, Fla. Nishimuro will become a senior vice president for Toshiba Corp.
BUSINESS
March 7, 1994 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A decade after her First Real Job was but a dim memory, Julie Adair King realized what she did wrong and why that job had remained a dead end for so long. It wasn't that she was a bad worker. The young educational-video production coordinator applied herself to her job, was conscientious and capable of much more than she was allowed to do. Still she foundered. Why? She brought her personal life into the office. It was her first job away from home and her boss was the fatherly type.
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