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Guy C. Larcom, Jr. Greeted By City Officials, March 1956

Guy C. Larcom, Jr. Greeted By City Officials, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 13, 1956
Caption
NEW ADMINISTRATOR MEETS OFFICIALS: Guy C. Larcom, jr. (standing, center), Ann Arbor's new city administrator, told city officials during last night's introduction meeting in the council chambers that he is glad to be here. Visible in picture (sitting at tables left, back to front) are Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Fred J. Mammel, assistant city engineer, and Alds. Charles W. Joiner, Arthur W. Gallup and Mrs. Margaret Towsley. Council President A. D. Moore is to the right of Larcom and Police Chief Casper M. Enkemann is at the right of Moore. Seated in front of Moore are City Clerk Fred J. Looker and his deputy, Miss Nancy Hunter. Larcom will officially begin his duties here on April 9.

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Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
May
Year
1960
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Ann Arbor Police Officer Leonard Straka Issues Ticket to City Council President A. D. Moore, June 1955

Ann Arbor Police Officer Leonard Straka Issues Ticket to City Council President A. D. Moore, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1955
Caption
Council President Ticketed: A. D. Moore, president of the City Council and a University professor, this morning was issued a city police ticket for failure to have a 1955 bicycle license on his two-wheeler. Moore had bought one but failed to put it on. Patrolman Leonard Straka (left), spotted the violation, stopped Moore as he rode south on S. Fifth Ave. and issued the summons. Afterwards, Straka asked him, "We would have a pretty poor police department and I would be a mighty poor officer if we made exceptions, wouldn't we?" Said Moore, "You're right. Thank you."

Reviewing New Quarters of Ann Arbor Police Department Detective Bureau, February 1954

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1954
Caption
New Quarters For Detective Bureau - Acoustic tile, being examined by Lt. Walter E. Krasny and Ald. A. D. Moore, will soundproof five of the seven Detective Bureau rooms now under construction in the basement of City hall. The new quarters, three interrogation rooms, a fingerprinting and photographic studio, one main bureau room, a reception office and a property lock-up, are due to be finished about April 1, the City Council appropriated $2,800 for the project.