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6 St. Thomas Nuns Given Trip To Rome

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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Police Seek To Reduce Overtime

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Day
2
Month
April
Year
1956
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Two Women Report Billfolds Missing

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Day
2
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April
Year
1956
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E. E. Knox, New York World's Fair Courier, Visiting City Hall, May 1938

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1938
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MAYOR WELCOMES WORLD'S FAIR COURIER: When E. E. Knox, special "good will" envoy from the New York world's fair of 1939, arrived in Ann Arbor yesterday, he was greeted at the city hall by Mayor Walter C. Sadler, Police Chief Lewis W. Fohey and William M. Strickland, manager of the local branch of the Automobile club. Standing in front of the courier's car, they are, left to right, Chief Fohey, Mr. Knox, Mayor Sadler and Mr. Strickland.

S. S. Sturgeon With Ann Arbor Police Department's New Radio Transmitter, April 1937

S. S. Sturgeon With Ann Arbor Police Department's New Radio Transmitter, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1937
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POLICE RADIO TRANSMITTER READY FOR SERVICE: S. S. Sturgeon, chief radio operator on the local police force, is shown putting finishing touches on the transmission equipment which he has built and which was to be moved to the city hall today to begin operation. The system will be operated on a one-way basis temporarily.

Marksmanship Memorial Trophy Presented To The Ann Arbor Police Department, June 1937

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1937
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DONORS OF POLICE MARKSMANSHIP TROPHY: Justice Jay H. Payne (left) and Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp (right) are shown examining the trophy held by Justice Harry W. Reading, which the three public officials have presented to the Ann Arbor police department to stimulate and award marksmanship. The trophy is a memorial to Patrolman Clifford "Sid" Stang, who was killed in action March 21, 1935, when he interrupted a robbery of the Conlin & Wetherbee men's furnishings store, 118 E. Washington St. One of the two gunmen, William "Shorty" Hayden, later was captured in California, was returned to Ann Arbor just one year and 40 minutes after the shooting and today is serving a life sentence for murder. His accomplice is still sought. The trophy will be awarded to the policeman winning it three consecutive years, each year's winner being determined on the basis of average scores for the various practice shoots held during the summer months.

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Community High School physics students stand back a safe distance as an Ann Arbor police officer lays a patch on North Division Street in front of the school.

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Then the students made like accident investigators, using the length of the skid and some basic Newtonian physics to calculate how fast the car was moving.