Meter Maids And Their Motorcycles - City Police Chief Walter E. Krasny stands between the two types of motorcycles now being manned by Police Department meter maids. Mrs. Tommie Stewart, left, sits on a three-wheel cycle, similar to those ridden by male traffic officers and Mrs. Elaine Allen is on a small, two-wheel machine which Krasny says is more maneuverable in downtown traffic. The chief says if the small cycle proves practical, Mrs. Stewart will also be assigned to one. She is assigned to parking meter patrol on city streets, while Mrs. Allen checks the city's various parking lots and structures.
Police Gathering Items For Needy - Police Chief Walter Krasny examines athletic equipment donated by citizens for needy city children. The items most needed, according to the chief, are tennis shoes and ice skates. Items will be picked up by officers if persons are unable to bring them to City Hall. The Recreation Department will distribute them.
Son Being Sworn In: Deputy City Clerk Lambert Fleming (foreground) swears in John A. Hall as a recruit patrolman with the Ann Arbor Police Department as his father, Sheriff's Detective Joe E. Hall, watches. Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey, Cpl. Hall's boss is a the left, while City Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, for whom John Hall now works, is at the right.