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Granville Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Granville, Ohio May 15, 1986 Granville Sentinel Page 3 the aces Jason Bogdanovitch and the Lakewood lancers Gary Thompson battled on the Mound for nine scoreless innings in sectional tournament play. Then in the top of the 10th inning Granville put two runs on the Board. In the Bottom half with two outs Lakewood scored three times. The last two runs came on a ground bail that took a bad hop Over the shortstop. Chad Carson had two hits for Granville. Granville finished with seven safeties while the lancers had six. Granville downed Liberty Union in a non Licking county league contest 9-8. The aces scored two runs in the Bottom of the ninth after coming from behind two times earlier. Chip Apthorp went the distance pitching up the win. A clutch single by Scott Smith won the game in the ninth. Getting three hits were Apthop Mike Lieberth and Bogdanovitch. The aces avenged a first round 9-8 loss to Utica by Downing the redskins 10-5. Lieberth was the winning Pitcher. Getting two hits were Scott Googins and Richard Cloyes. Carson had three safeties and three a big a. Granville is 3-0 in second round ocl play and 5-6. They Are 11-12 Overall. The aces Host the alumni saturday May 17 at la . Granville hosts Lakewood on monday in More Licking county league action. On tuesday Granville will travel to Northridge and Host Johnstown on wednesday May 21. On thursday they travel to Newark Catholic to finish the season. By Jim Shriner Mason picked to officiate Lacrosse Semi Bill Mason a Granville resident and assistant superintendent of the Newark City schools was selected by coaches and the chief referee of the Midwest Lacrosse association to officiate the Mcaa division Iii Semi final National Lacrosse tournament game which was held at Ohio Wesleyan May 12. Mason officiated the Quarter final game May 7 Between Ohio Wesleyan and Denison. Over the years. Mason has officiated All five Quarter final games played in Midwest. Mason played College Lacrosse at Denison where he was Captain and team map his senior year. He has officiated Lacrosse in the past 26 years and will officiate. The Midwest High school tournament in Hudson Ohio May 16 and 17. He is also a High school and College basketball official. Theatre ii to end season Denison University theatre ii will conclude its season with a production of lonne elder Illus a ceremonies in dark old men at 8 . Thursday through saturday May 15,16, and 17, in Burke Hall theatre under the direction of senior theatre major Rhonda Watson. The tragicomedy is set in Harlem and examines a Black family a struggle to overcome the hardships within an Urban environment. Russel Parker 45 the ineffective patriarch of the former vaudeville dancer who owns aft us Send amp but Tother shop. He and his son Theo strive toward a better Way of life through private business but approach it in ways which Lead away from Success. General admission is $1.50 for All seats. 2 local youths qualify for elite gymnastic team in a ii i Roob jail two Granville fourth grader i qualified last weekend for the National Junior elite team of the a Saiga one of the two major gymnastic associations in the United states. Heather Ferguson daughter of or. And mrs. Ron Ferguson and Sara Wolf red daughter of or. And mrs. Terry Wolfred demonstrated High proficiency in both the demanding a strength and flexibility tests and the a skill profiles to gain this National recognition. Both attend the Granville Elemen tary school. Testing took place at the olympic Academy of gymnastics and included participants from Ohio Indiana Illinois and Kentucky. The event was conducted by or. Gary Goodson technical director of the a Saiga and americans leading authority on soviet gymnastics. Goodson who is the sole testing agent for the a Saiga commented that of the 1500 girls throughout the United states who attempt the program each year Only about too or seven percent achieve team status. He also noted that Ferguson a score of 91.5 in the a strength and flexibility is uncommon with Only four or five girls yearly attaining scores of 90 or above. These tests measure the ability of the athletes body to meet the physical and Kinematic Rigours of High level gymnastic involvement. At total of 14 tests items Are specified in the strength and flexibility area ranging from the excruciating a Planch dips Quot and leg lifts to the lumbering splits and Bridges. The profile skills on the other a and score the gymnast Astery on each pm the four Taratus employed in won is gymnastics the balance beam. Bars batting horse and floor. Here the gymnast is tested in 23 distinct a a tricks or combinations of moves on the apparatus Wolfred and Ferguson both gymnasts at the olympic Academy Are coached by Karen Axline of Granville and Jenny Cox and Kris Kowalski. National police week aces fall in sectional in extra innings police memorial Day May 15,1986 by Steve Cartnal chief Granville police gtd a j 1 i i a to i the following individuals and businesses paid for this Page in and Effort to show their appreciation to our local police for the selfless service. Owens coming fiberglas technical Center Frazier landscaping inc. Adonis Beauty Salon the Tannery the Granville milling co. Young s apothecary Aladdin restaurant Bennetts Goodyear tire Center Village Flower Basket Bennett colonial Marathon Ben Rader Woeste real estate the Granville to steer fire depart Bancolo National a Granville office Granville lumber co. Granville Iga i mid Ohio mechanical a a a a it k it j a Quot Vaughns police store Granville office Mcpeek funeral Home Klotz construction officer Ron Lansing Steve Cartnal chief of police i thought it might be Nice to find out something about the history of Law enforcement officers in Granville for National police week and police memorial Day. I located quite a bit of information on Granville in general but there does no to seem of be too much available on when and who our past Law enforcers were. What i did find is nevertheless quite interesting. Most of the following information came out of the Book a the history of Granville Licking county Ohio written by Rev. Henry Bushnell ., and printed in 1889. Crime was never considered a major problem in Granville it seems but neither was it non existent. In 1814 one local Young Man was found to be altering Bank notes from the denomination of ones to 10s. He was a assisted to leave the country Start. Trow homa on horse Back go int sooth Brawer w off amp it in april of 1835 another local was sent to the Penitentiary for breaking into a store and removing the Safe. The store was located on the Northwest Comer of what Are now Broadway and Prospect streets. He pulled the Safe Down Broadway and South main Street to the old Colony cemetery where he opened it and removed its contents the Safe was easily located by following the Trade Down the dirt streets. It was also Emily determined who had perpetrated the crime As Well. He was seen by people acting quite by in the area of about closing time the before his highly Boot prints were found store and the cemetery my Money from the Safe found hidden in the Walls it Home. On september 9, 185&an altercation Between a co be student and a Steward o he College ended when the Steward was stabbed a Cloro the heart with a pocket k in. The results of the wound re not too serious and there to mention of the Fate of the Jpn Dent. Granville held its election in april 1807, Fayhe Pat Claprood dispatchers. Jody German police clerk Steve Wingate Randy Morton Sandy Smith Stan Nicodem purpose of filling the newly created township offices. Elkanah Linnel and George Stone also referred to As Thomas were elected the first constables. There is no mention of what their duties were but what in be Learned of the history of Law enforcement in this country would indicate this was at least part of their Job. There was also a sheriff elected for Licking county around this same time. His name was John Stadden. Sheriff Stadden was also elected tax collector for the county which is a Good clue As to How demanding the duties of sheriff must have been in those Early Days. In 1832 Granville was officially incorporated As a Village. On May 16th Village Council appointed a a committee of safety with Power to examine chimneys Etc. Ordinances were passed to regulate Public shows remove Tuuu cos prevent the firing of guns fast driving intoxication Etc. June Lith an ordinance to restrain mischievous animals unless it was this a committee of safety a the township constables or the county sheriff there Isnit a clue As to who enforced these Laws at this time. On july 6,1869, a the town Council passed an ordinance making municipal government conform to a state statute which was of general application requiring elections to be held the first monday in april the officers to be a mayor clerk treasurer Street commissioner marshal and six trustees the mayor and Council of trustees to appoint subordinate officers. A prison was established and put under the care of the this would imply that it was either soon after this Date or no later than the first monday in april 1870, Granville had its first marshal. Rev. Bushnell does no to say who he was though. On november 8, 1877, Village Council established a a night watch due to a recent rash of burglaries. This watch was a paid by tax however it Wasny to recorded How Many members of the watch had or who they were. In the Early 1940�?Ts Granville still had a Day marshal will Diehl police sergeant and one or More night watchmen. In 1964 the present Village charter was adopted creating a police department in 1966 the police department consisted of a chief of police one full time and three Par time police officers. They had one Cruiser equipped with a two Way radio. Today the Granville police department employs a chief of police a police sergeant four full time police officers one part time police officer a full time police clerk dispatcher two ultime dispatchers and two part time dispatchers. We Are equipped with two marked cruisers and one unmarked car All with 10-Channel scanning radios eight portable radios two moving radar units an Intoci Lytzer a full line of evidence collection equipment and a variety of other support items. Compared to most other police agencies our officers Are highly trained. All have completed the Ohio peace officers Basic training Academy which is required by Law. In addition four officers hold associate degrees in Law enforcement technology from Central Ohio technical College the single part time officer holds a masters degree in criminology from Indiana University in Pennsylvania and one officer is currently pursuing a bachelors degree in personnel administration at Park Community collage. Two of our officers Are military veterans one with 20 years in the the other with four years in the Marine corps. Three of our officers have had advanced training in criminal investigation from Ohio peace officers training Academy and one has had extensive training in traffic Accident investigation at the Ohio Highway patrol Academy. We Veall attended other various seminars and workshops As Well. Granville is most fortunate to have never lost any of its police officers in the line of duty. With continual in service training and the employment of the most modern police tactics Tehani ques and equipment we fully intend to keep this perfect record for a Long time to come. Officer Barb Sherburne Bebout Jarrell Workman the chief would like to extend a special tote of speciation to or. Richard Mahard of w. Elm St. For the loan of the look cited in the first paragraph. Officer Denny be Hoot ;