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Ann Arbor Policemen Provide Back To School Tips For Crosswalk Safety At The Corner of Pauline & Redeemer, August 1970

Ann Arbor Policemen Provide Back To School Tips For Crosswalk Safety At The Corner of Pauline & Redeemer, August 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 12, 1970
Caption
Receiving instructions on how to safely cross school children at a busy corner this fall, crossing guard Herman Becker (right) listens to Cpl. Arthur Hughes (left) of the Ann Arbor Police Traffic Division. Looking on are traffic division patrolman Charles Fleming and safety patrol boy Scott Maly. The Police Department is recruiting guards.

Dorothy Goffe, Traffic Bureau Clerk, Quizzes Lauren Jedele On White Canes As He Applies For A Driver's License, May 1945

Dorothy Goffe, Traffic Bureau Clerk, Quizzes Lauren Jedele On White Canes As He Applies For A Driver's License, May 1945 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1945
Caption
Mrs. Dorothy Goffe (left) of 810 Dewey Ave., a clerk in the traffic bureau, asks Lauren Jedele of 702 Hutchins Ave., who is applying for a driver's license, if he knows the meaning of the white cane, as part of the program for "White Cane Week." Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Lions Club in co-operation with the city police department, "White Cane Week," scheduled from May 13 to 20, is part of a state-wide program designed to call attention to the white cane as the "traffic symbol of the blind." As Mrs. Goffe subsequently explained, a blind person carrying a white cane always has the right-of-way, according to a state statute passed in 1936, and in Ann Arbor, a city ordinance prohibits the use of white canes except by persons wholly or partially blind to help provide protection for them against accidents on streets.

Municipal Court Judge Francis L. O'Brien Hears Evidence In A Case - May 1958

Municipal Court Judge Francis L. O'Brien Hears Evidence In A Case - May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
A "DAY IN COURT": Municipal Court Judge Francis L. O'Brien hears evidence in a case presented by City Attorney Jacob F. Fahrner, jr., (left) and Ann Arbor Patrolman Robert Robinson, traffic warrant officer for the city. The "defendent" and his "attorney" are seen in the foreground (back to camera) in this posed picture.

Sophie Carras, Municipal Court Office Cashier, Accepts Parking Violation Payment - May 1958

Sophie Carras, Municipal Court Office Cashier, Accepts Parking Violation Payment - May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
THE PARKING FINE: Miss Sophie Carras, chief cashier in the Municipal Court office, prepares to accept a $2 payment for an overdue parking violation. An ordinary parking ticket costs a motorist $1, but if it goes unpaid for more than 72 hours a $1 penalty is added to the fine.

Nancy M. Juniewicz Opens Mailed Parking Tickets In Municipal Court Office, May 1958

Nancy M. Juniewicz Opens Mailed Parking Tickets In Municipal Court Office, May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
PAY BY MAIL: Miss Nancy M. Juniewicz opens the last of several hundred envelopes received each day in the Traffic Violations Bureau section of the Municipal Court office. Parking tickets issued by city police are in the form of stamped envelopes addressed to municipal court.

Addie Jones Handles Overdue Parking Violations In The Municipal Court Office, May 1958

Addie Jones Handles Overdue Parking Violations In The Municipal Court Office, May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
RECORD CHECK: Miss Addie Jones here checks a file of delinquent notices on a parking violation. When notice of a delinquent violation is sent to a motorist, a duplicate notice is inserted in court files. Through this method accurate data on parking tickets can be compiled.

Cleda Darling Handles Overdue Parking Tickets In The Municipal Court Office, May 1958

Cleda Darling Handles Overdue Parking Tickets In The Municipal Court Office, May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
IT'S OVERDUE: Mrs. Cleda Darling here places a notice of delinquency in an envelope being sent to a motorist who has failed to pay a parking ticket in the allotted 72 hours. When the three-day grace period expires a $1 penalty is added to all parking violations.

Robert Robinson, Pearline Sullivan, & Thomas FitzGerald Handle An Arrest Warrant In The Ann Arbor Municipal Court, May 1958

Robert Robinson, Pearline Sullivan, & Thomas FitzGerald Handle An Arrest Warrant In The Ann Arbor Municipal Court, May 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1958
Caption
WARRANT DISCUSSION: Chief Clerk Thomas A. FitzGerald (seated, right) checks an arrest warrant for a traffic violator with Mrs. Pearline Sullivan (center) and Patrolman Robert Robinson. Mrs. Sullivan types up all traffic warrants, and Patrolman Robinson serves them. (News photographs by Doug Fulton)