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  Truman Library - Robert K. Walsh Oral History Interview
Walsh, to begin, would you give me a little of your personal background: Where were you born, where were you educated, and tell me a little bit about your early newspaper career.
WALSH: I was born in McAlester, Oklahoma, November 1, 1903.
WALSH: He was Secretary of Commerce, yes, and somebody, I had this in a story I just looked at the other day, and somebody had his arm around him, not holding him up, of course, but sort of comforting him.
www.trumanlibrary.org /oralhist/walshr.htm   (18664 words)

  
 CNN.com - Transcripts
WALSH (voice-over): Seven-year-old Erica Pratt was playing outside her home when police say two men drove up in a car and snatched her from the street.
Walsh, it seems to me that a lot of criminals that have a lot of money can hire really good lawyers to get them off of a crime that somebody that can't afford that same lawyer will be found guilty of that crime.
WALSH: Ally (ph) was at home in Leawood, Kansas on summer break working as an attendant at this community pool.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0208/08/lkl.00.html   (7834 words)

  
 SeaFest 2005-Speaker Dr. Don Walsh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Don Walsh in front of the Russian submersible Mir prior to his dive on the German Battleship Bismarck.
In 1960, Navy Lieutenant Walsh and Swiss undersea explorer Jacques Piccard dove in the Bathyscaph Trieste to the deepest point of the ocean, the Challenger Deep, at a depth of 35,840 feet.
Don Walsh is one of 20 living Honorary Life Members of the Explorers Club and has served as its director.
hmsc.oregonstate.edu /seafest/walsh.html   (615 words)

  
 Splendid: Features: TW Walsh
TW Walsh's Blue Laws is one of those albums you put on when you don't mind daydreaming.
Walsh, dressed in a blue polo shirt and jeans, comes across as a pretty normal guy.
TW Walsh: I used to be a fast writer and a fast recorder, but as I learned more about music and engineering, I started to get more picky.
www.splendidezine.com /features/twwalsh   (3483 words)

  
 Deep-sea pioneer dives into history - MIT News Office
Walsh piloted the Trieste on January 23, 1960, the day the bathyscaphe slowly dropped 35,800 feet--nearly seven miles--to softly touch the bottom of the ocean at Challenger Deep, the lowest spot in the ocean.
Walsh said they were expecting the dive to be 35,800 feet, but "finally found the bottom 2,000 feet deeper" at 37,800 feet.
Walsh, who has a Ph.D. in oceanography and an M.S. in political science, and the Swiss scientist Jacque Piccard stayed on the bottom just 20 minutes before beginning the three-hour trip to the surface by releasing iron-shot ballast from the submersible, which used tanks full of 22,500 gallons of gasoline for buoyancy.
web.mit.edu /newsoffice/2003/dive-0319.html   (551 words)

  
 MATE - Advisory Boards
Dr. Don Walsh is President of the Oregon-based consulting company, International Maritime Incorporated, which he founded in 1976.
In 1971, Walsh was a member of Operation Deep Freeze '71, and spent over a month on the ice in Antarctica.
Don Walsh is one of 20 living Honorary Life Members of the Explorers Club and is a current director of the Club.
www.marinetech.org /about/bio/don.php   (583 words)

  
 The Day Don Brody Died By David Cogswell -- January, 1998
I met them when Ann Walsh, Don's singing partner, introduced herself to me in the store and said that she and Don wanted to play there.
Don had broken out on his own from a rock and roll band that had made it from Ohio to MTV.
Then right about the same time the happiness that buoyed Don's musical life spilled over into his romantic life and he met and fell in love with Cheryl Welch, a woman who really appreciated what this man was, not only in the way the rest of us did, but in the total sense.
www.davidcogswell.com /Essays/DonBrody.html   (4232 words)

  
 Washingtonpost.com: Reagan Deposition
Judge Walsh: Now I thought that as sort of a preliminary it might be useful to identify the diary entries where President Reagan has – though they show his continuing concern.
Judge Walsh: He may or if he sees fit – the only purpose of the document is to see if it reminded him of that July 3rd meeting which is only, again, a step in the chronology to bring his mind back to 1985.
Q: At that meeting I think Don Regan was present and they say that Shultz raised the conversation at Geneva that McFarlane had with him telling him about the expected release of the hostages a day or two later and the shipment of HAWKs in November of 1985.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/politics/daily/june99/reagan20.htm   (17531 words)

  
 CNN.com - Transcripts
WALSH: Goldberg had turned his backyard into a child's paradise, with swings and a pen for pet rabbits and ducks.
WALSH: As for Lasher, he is still on the run, and could be in Florida, southern California or down in Mexico.
WALSH: No. One time I did a serial murderer and rapist, because he kept claiming that he was a victim of racism.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0505/12/lkl.01.html   (7221 words)

  
 Walsh - NAEMT
Walsh was recently named assistant deputy fire commissioner of the division of emergency medical services for the Chicago Fire Department, and Ludwig was named deputy fire chief for the Memphis Fire Department.
Walsh will be in charge of the fire department’s EMS service within the Bureau of Operations.
Since 1976, Walsh has worked for the Chicago Fire Department’s Bureau of Operations, where he served as a licensed paramedic, EMS manager, educator, instructor and chief officer.
www.naemt.org /forthemedia/walsh.htm   (271 words)

  
 The Chromium Fence (Science fiction short story [1954] ) [Free Republic]
Don Walsh was the third man on his disk; he completed the load.
Walsh buried his nose in his paper and desperately ignored the man. It was happening again, the thing he dreaded every hour of the day.
Walsh pushed aside the safety rail and jumped from the disc, down three steps of the grapple onto the ashes and cinders of the parking lot.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a39bc228a06d8.htm   (14784 words)

  
 Newport News-Times: Undersea explorer Don Walsh kicks off SeaFest with lecture
Famed undersea explorer Don Walsh, who made history in 1960 co-piloting a submersible dive to the ocean's greatest known depths, will deliver a special evening lecture at the Hatfield Marine Science Center (HMSC) 7 p.m., Friday, June 24.
In 1960, U.S. Navy Lieutenant Don Walsh and Swiss undersea explorer Jacques Piccard navigated an early generation submersible, the Bathyscaph Trieste, to the deepest point in the world's oceans.
Don Walsh will speak about his pioneering experiences over the past 40-plus years in ocean exploration.
www.newportnewstimes.com /articles/2005/06/15/community/community23.txt   (290 words)

  
 [SAIL] Dr. Don Walsh
>Adventurer and explorer Don Walsh will share stories of his expedition to >the Marianas Trench, which is in the Pacific Ocean just east of the >Philippines.
>"He's really pushed the envelope with using submersibles to explore the >deep ocean." > >Walsh, whose lecture is titled, "To the Far Depths: A Personal Odyssey," >and Jacques Piccard traveled 35,800 feet to the bottom of the Marianas >Trench in the Pacific in January 1960 on a Navy expedition.
In 1973, a ridge in the >Antarctic was named the Walsh Spur in recognition of his contributions.
coral.aoml.noaa.gov /pipermail/sail/2005-March/000364.html   (504 words)

  
 Dealing With Life's Dilemmas: Sample Play
Walsh: It may be a New York team, but they’re not exactly searchin’ for local talent.
Walsh: If you’re goin’ to be goalie, maybe you should set up a series of appointments.
Walsh: It’s your responsibility to be at that funeral.
www.rpinet.com /products/dldsamp.html   (3612 words)

  
 2005 National Scout Jamboree Subcamps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As an adventurer-explorer, Don Walsh has worked in the oceans, polar regions, and space.
His contributions to polar exploration were recognized in 1973 when a mountain ridge in the Antarctic was named for him.
From 1965 to 1968, at Texas A&M, he worked with NASA during the late Gemini and early Apollo programs to determine how spacecraft could be used to study the oceans.
www.scouting.org /jamboree/resources/subcamps/13.html   (214 words)

  
 06-03-05 LECTURE BY UNDERSEA ADVENTURER DON WALSH KICKS OFF SEAFEST
NEWPORT - Famed undersea explorer Don Walsh, who made history in 1960 co-piloting a submersible dive to the ocean's greatest known depths, will deliver a special evening lecture at Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center on June 24 beginning at 7 p.m.
In 1960, U.S. Navy Lieutenant Walsh and Swiss undersea explorer Jacques Piccard navigated an early generation submersible, the Bathyscaph Trieste, to the deepest point in the world's oceans.
Walsh will speak about his pioneering experiences over the past 40-plus years in ocean exploration.
oregonstate.edu /dept/ncs/newsarch/2005/Jun05/seafest2.htm   (380 words)

  
 Edward J. Walsh, Rex Warland, and D. Clayton Smith: Don't Burn it Here
In Don't Burn It Here, sociologists Edward Walsh, Rex Warland, and D. Clayton Smith examine this grassroots movement through detailed analyses of the struggles surrounding proposals to build eight municipal incinerators in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.
The eight case histories that form the heart of the book are comparable to hundreds of others across the U.S. The authors' research is based on interviews, focus group discussions, extensive newspaper files, and questionnaire responses from participants on both sides of the conflicts.
Edward J. Walsh is Associate Professor of Sociology at Penn State University.
www.psupress.org /books/titles/0-271-01663-9.html   (389 words)

  
 CNN.com - Transcripts
WALSH: I was actually up there when everybody started running.
WALSH: Motley Crue is back on tour after all these years, all cleaned up, doing a good job.
WALSH: He has his name, Garcia, tattooed on his left upper back.
edition.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0505/12/lkl.01.html   (7221 words)

  
 The Explorers Club - Jacques Piccard, Don Walsh
On January 23, 1960, US Navy lieutenant Don Walsh and Swiss engineer Jacques Piccard set a record for the deepest descent below the ocean's surface.
Walsh and Piccard descended at a fast clip, four feet per second, but their vertical voyage still took five hours to complete, so great was the depth.
The expedition, sponsored by the US Navy, found that sea life can exist at these amazing depths, where the pressure is eight tons per square inch: Out the window of the bathyscaph, Piccard observed what was later determined to be a sea cucumber, a marine animal related to the starfish and the sea urchin.
www.explorers.org /about/firsts/firsts_piccard-walsh.php   (292 words)

  
 Don Walsh -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Don Walsh -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Don Walsh was a (A commissioned military officer) lieutenant in the (The navy of the United States of America; maintains and trains and equips combat-ready naval forces) United States Navy.
He and (additional info and facts about Jacques Piccard) Jacques Piccard were aboard the (Navigable deep diving vessel for underwater exploration) bathyscaphe (additional info and facts about Trieste) Trieste when it made a record-breaking descent into the (additional info and facts about Challenger Deep) Challenger Deep.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/do/don_walsh.htm   (84 words)

  
 Memorable Quotes from Midnight Run (1988)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jack Walsh: I never took a payoff in my life and I'm not gonna start with someone like you.
Jack Walsh: I'm sorry my refuge timetable can't coincide your social calendar.
Jack Walsh: You are listening I need lots of your lecture.
us.imdb.com /Quotes?0095631   (980 words)

  
 Cyberspace Inmate Don Walsh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
HI, I’m Don, a man down on his luck who’s looking to make a good friend to build with and maybe come up with some bright ideas with.
I’m in need of a pal who’s intelligent, understanding and not easily discouraged.
Or e-mail me here please put my name in your letter I share this box with several others.
www.cyberspace-inmates.com /walshd.htm   (159 words)

  
 Manhattan Island Foundation - User Bio for Don Walsh
No MIF swim history for Don Walsh available.
No other swim history for Don Walsh available.
The Foundation welcomes financial and service donations to help sponsor our events, the city's Learn to Swim programs and promote the rejuvenation of the city's water ways.
www.nycswim.org /UserBio.aspx?UserID=16011   (88 words)

  
 Downchild Interview with Don Walsh 2005
A Canadian is behind one of the most popular contemporary Blues radio programs.
The band was fronted by 2 brothers Donnie Walsh (harp/guitar) and Richard "The Hock" Walsh (vocals).
I sat down with Donnie Walsh just before one of the band’s hot rockin’, dancin’ sets at a festival this past summer.
www.downchild.com /dcholekinterview2005.html   (2312 words)

  
 Joe Walsh Discography
Joe Walsh (Lead vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Telegraph key, ARP synthesizer)
Don Henley (Background vocals on Falling Down, Time Out, Turn to Stone, and Help Me Thru the Night)
Don Felder (Guitar on Rivers (of the Hidden Funk) and You Never Know)
www.webcom.com /triangle/eagles/walsh_content.html   (1815 words)

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