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Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Howard R. Zeck Hands Out New Jaywalking Pamphlets, September 1959

Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Howard R. Zeck Hands Out New Jaywalking Pamphlets, September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 2, 1959
Caption
Jaywalking Data: Patrolman Howard R. Zeck of Ann Arbor Police Department's Traffic Division hands a pamphlet explaining the city's new ordinance against jaywalking to Roberta Burkley (center) of 116 N. Fifth Ave. and Sue Irvin of 503 E. Kingsley St. A public education program on the ordinance was started by police officers yesterday.

Patrolman Howard R. Zeck and Ann Arbor Police Department Traffic Bureau Chart, January 1959

Patrolman Howard R. Zeck and Ann Arbor Police Department Traffic Bureau Chart, January 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1959
Caption
The Map Story: Patrolman Howard R. Zeck of the Ann Arbor Police Department's Traffic Division studies a map of the city on which pins indicate the location of traffic accidents in 1958 and at what time of day they occurred.

Ann Arbor Police Officer Howard Zeck & His Birthday Cake, June 1960

Ann Arbor Police Officer Howard Zeck & His Birthday Cake, June 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1960
Caption
TRAFFIC CAKE: Patrolman Howard R. Zeck of the Ann Arbor Police Department's Traffic Division has a talented sister. Mrs. Reatha Parker of North Lake, made her brother a special birthday cake yesterday in which his occupation and driving words of wisdom were highlighted. The cake was cut at headquarters.

New Police 'Executive Officer' Named

New Police 'Executive Officer' Named image
Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
May
Year
1971
Copyright
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Ann Arbor Police Department Promotions Announced, August 1972

Ann Arbor Police Department Promotions Announced, August 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 19, 1972
Caption
New Brass In Police Department - Promotions brought smiles this week at the Ann Arbor Police Department. From left are Police Chief Walter E. Krasny; Howard A. Zeck, advanced to major/ new captains Kenneth B. Klinge, head of the department's University Unit; Marvin Dann, Donald Carnahan and Thomas Minick, all platoon commanders; Eugene L. Staudenmaier, Intelligence Division, and Robert Whitaker, Research and Records Division head. Also promoted to major was Walter V. Hawkins, while Detectives Raymond Woodruff and Robert Conn received captains' bars.