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Article Title Newspaper Date Page Friar’s Club features in sensational raid 1 Milwaukie Express office burglarized 1 Booze pirates are puzzles to officers 1 Wholesale raid on wine cellar made 1 Rumor says booze pirates captured 1 Exciting raid on Friar’s Club 1 Riley and deputies visit Gratton hotel 1 Sees suitcase and raids hotel; finds they 3 are only suspicious circumstances Thieves loot store, have merry feast 1 City has real police force now 1 Local officers uncover liquor cache 1 Italians arrested on liquor charge 1 Load of loot is found by roadside 1 Burglars cut way into post office 1 Gang of thieves operating here 1 Wholesale arrests for speeding made 1 Officers nab man with 24 quarts of liquor 1 Harry Banfield in trouble again 1 Druggist uses gun on bandits 1 War declared on speeders 1 Marshall Keck arrests couple 1 Youth is shot by F. Smith 1 Bogus money passer is finally apprehended 1 Store robbed Saturday night 1 Man tries to rob drugstore 1 Many arrested for speeding 1 Two bandits loot Milwaukie bank 1 Southern Pacific Depot entered and robbed 1 Officers seize seven men and liquor at Oak Grove 1 Burglars get busy among local stores 1 Thieves loot relief cannery 1 Burglary gang is broken up 1 Surprised burglar attempts murder 1 Speeding drivers problem to City 1 Highway and police headquarters here 1 Trouble suspects arrested here 1 Dynamite threatens worsted workers 1 Sergeant Williams tells club about the goon drive 1 Law enforcement men tell of youth 1 and criminal tendencies Local people welcome police to new quarters 1 Police officers defendants in ,000 damage suit 1 Murder-suicide takes lives of two people 1 Council votes to hire policeman 1 Council votes to engage full-time police officer 1 Council employs city policeman 1 Officers have busy weekend with violators 1 Milwaukie café held up, bandit gets cash 1 Robbers shoot customer at Rob Wherry’s tavern 1 Identify gunman who robbed Wherry’s tavern 1 Wherry gunmen reported taken in California 1 Local boy arrested for entering 13 houses 1 Burglars ransack Kroll’s Café Friday 1 Tough hombre picked up in Milwaukie 1 Burbank is new city police officer 1 Kellogg Park office loses

Article Title Newspaper Date Page Friar’s Club features in sensational raid 1 Milwaukie Express office burglarized 1 Booze pirates are puzzles to officers 1 Wholesale raid on wine cellar made 1 Rumor says booze pirates captured 1 Exciting raid on Friar’s Club 1 Riley and deputies visit Gratton hotel 1 Sees suitcase and raids hotel; finds they 3 are only suspicious circumstances Thieves loot store, have merry feast 1 City has real police force now 1 Local officers uncover liquor cache 1 Italians arrested on liquor charge 1 Load of loot is found by roadside 1 Burglars cut way into post office 1 Gang of thieves operating here 1 Wholesale arrests for speeding made 1 Officers nab man with 24 quarts of liquor 1 Harry Banfield in trouble again 1 Druggist uses gun on bandits 1 War declared on speeders 1 Marshall Keck arrests couple 1 Youth is shot by F. Smith 1 Bogus money passer is finally apprehended 1 Store robbed Saturday night 1 Man tries to rob drugstore 1 Many arrested for speeding 1 Two bandits loot Milwaukie bank 1 Southern Pacific Depot entered and robbed 1 Officers seize seven men and liquor at Oak Grove 1 Burglars get busy among local stores 1 Thieves loot relief cannery 1 Burglary gang is broken up 1 Surprised burglar attempts murder 1 Speeding drivers problem to City 1 Highway and police headquarters here 1 Trouble suspects arrested here 1 Dynamite threatens worsted workers 1 Sergeant Williams tells club about the goon drive 1 Law enforcement men tell of youth 1 and criminal tendencies Local people welcome police to new quarters 1 Police officers defendants in $60,000 damage suit 1 Murder-suicide takes lives of two people 1 Council votes to hire policeman 1 Council votes to engage full-time police officer 1 Council employs city policeman 1 Officers have busy weekend with violators 1 Milwaukie café held up, bandit gets $20 cash 1 Robbers shoot customer at Rob Wherry’s tavern 1 Identify gunman who robbed Wherry’s tavern 1 Wherry gunmen reported taken in California 1 Local boy arrested for entering 13 houses 1 Burglars ransack Kroll’s Café Friday 1 Tough hombre picked up in Milwaukie 1 Burbank is new city police officer 1 Kellogg Park office loses $1,500 cash 1 Big shipment of liquor seized 1 Parking ordinance to be enforced 1 Body of woman remains unidentified 1 Stolen Milwaukie safe found near Washougal 1 Oak Grove Pharmacy robbed Sunday morning 1 Milwaukie man chases boy with knife, 1 lands in Bastile Service station looted; robber hits attendant 1 Threat to kill daughter, police officer 1 land Milwaukie man behind bars Harry Burbank resigns as chief effective 1 November 1st Four injured in bus-truck crash Tuesday afternoon 1 Police hours changed; on duty entire night 1 Harold Nelson elected captain of 1 new volunteer police force Arrest of two Milwaukie youths clears up robberies 1 Drive on gambling started by D.A.; 1 Fireside Inn raided New 3-way police radio installed; calls speeded up 1 President Truman and party to pass 1 through Milwaukie Friday morning Milwaukie Police Department now three 1 Patterson added to police force 1 Local “tough guy” no match for 1 Lieutenant Dick Williams Police-Firemen to cooperate, defense plan 1 New officer nabs burglar 1 Tom Ramsdell, Jr., new officer on local 1 police force; has good record Police and firemen cooperate to save child near death 1 Burglar try foiled; five are caught 1 Wayward boys dump creosote; 1 estimated damage at $150,000 Seven delinquents listed on local drafts 1 City police may serve railroad with 1 summons for excessive speeding Police nab hot rod jet pilot here 1 Lacy Jr.

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Article Title Newspaper Date Page Friar’s Club features in sensational raid 1 Milwaukie Express office burglarized 1 Booze pirates are puzzles to officers 1 Wholesale raid on wine cellar made 1 Rumor says booze pirates captured 1 Exciting raid on Friar’s Club 1 Riley and deputies visit Gratton hotel 1 Sees suitcase and raids hotel; finds they 3 are only suspicious circumstances Thieves loot store, have merry feast 1 City has real police force now 1 Local officers uncover liquor cache 1 Italians arrested on liquor charge 1 Load of loot is found by roadside 1 Burglars cut way into post office 1 Gang of thieves operating here 1 Wholesale arrests for speeding made 1 Officers nab man with 24 quarts of liquor 1 Harry Banfield in trouble again 1 Druggist uses gun on bandits 1 War declared on speeders 1 Marshall Keck arrests couple 1 Youth is shot by F. Smith 1 Bogus money passer is finally apprehended 1 Store robbed Saturday night 1 Man tries to rob drugstore 1 Many arrested for speeding 1 Two bandits loot Milwaukie bank 1 Southern Pacific Depot entered and robbed 1 Officers seize seven men and liquor at Oak Grove 1 Burglars get busy among local stores 1 Thieves loot relief cannery 1 Burglary gang is broken up 1 Surprised burglar attempts murder 1 Speeding drivers problem to City 1 Highway and police headquarters here 1 Trouble suspects arrested here 1 Dynamite threatens worsted workers 1 Sergeant Williams tells club about the goon drive 1 Law enforcement men tell of youth 1 and criminal tendencies Local people welcome police to new quarters 1 Police officers defendants in $60,000 damage suit 1 Murder-suicide takes lives of two people 1 Council votes to hire policeman 1 Council votes to engage full-time police officer 1 Council employs city policeman 1 Officers have busy weekend with violators 1 Milwaukie café held up, bandit gets $20 cash 1 Robbers shoot customer at Rob Wherry’s tavern 1 Identify gunman who robbed Wherry’s tavern 1 Wherry gunmen reported taken in California 1 Local boy arrested for entering 13 houses 1 Burglars ransack Kroll’s Café Friday 1 Tough hombre picked up in Milwaukie 1 Burbank is new city police officer 1 Kellogg Park office loses $1,500 cash 1 Big shipment of liquor seized 1 Parking ordinance to be enforced 1 Body of woman remains unidentified 1 Stolen Milwaukie safe found near Washougal 1 Oak Grove Pharmacy robbed Sunday morning 1 Milwaukie man chases boy with knife, 1 lands in Bastile Service station looted; robber hits attendant 1 Threat to kill daughter, police officer 1 land Milwaukie man behind bars Harry Burbank resigns as chief effective 1 November 1st Four injured in bus-truck crash Tuesday afternoon 1 Police hours changed; on duty entire night 1 Harold Nelson elected captain of 1 new volunteer police force Arrest of two Milwaukie youths clears up robberies 1 Drive on gambling started by D.

A.; 1 Fireside Inn raided New 3-way police radio installed; calls speeded up 1 President Truman and party to pass 1 through Milwaukie Friday morning Milwaukie Police Department now three 1 Patterson added to police force 1 Local “tough guy” no match for 1 Lieutenant Dick Williams Police-Firemen to cooperate, defense plan 1 New officer nabs burglar 1 Tom Ramsdell, Jr., new officer on local 1 police force; has good record Police and firemen cooperate to save child near death 1 Burglar try foiled; five are caught 1 Wayward boys dump creosote; 1 estimated damage at $150,000 Seven delinquents listed on local drafts 1 City police may serve railroad with 1 summons for excessive speeding Police nab hot rod jet pilot here 1 Lacy Jr.

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,500 cash 1 Big shipment of liquor seized 1 Parking ordinance to be enforced 1 Body of woman remains unidentified 1 Stolen Milwaukie safe found near Washougal 1 Oak Grove Pharmacy robbed Sunday morning 1 Milwaukie man chases boy with knife, 1 lands in Bastile Service station looted; robber hits attendant 1 Threat to kill daughter, police officer 1 land Milwaukie man behind bars Harry Burbank resigns as chief effective 1 November 1st Four injured in bus-truck crash Tuesday afternoon 1 Police hours changed; on duty entire night 1 Harold Nelson elected captain of 1 new volunteer police force Arrest of two Milwaukie youths clears up robberies 1 Drive on gambling started by D.

A.; 1 Fireside Inn raided New 3-way police radio installed; calls speeded up 1 President Truman and party to pass 1 through Milwaukie Friday morning Milwaukie Police Department now three 1 Patterson added to police force 1 Local “tough guy” no match for 1 Lieutenant Dick Williams Police-Firemen to cooperate, defense plan 1 New officer nabs burglar 1 Tom Ramsdell, Jr., new officer on local 1 police force; has good record Police and firemen cooperate to save child near death 1 Burglar try foiled; five are caught 1 Wayward boys dump creosote; 1 estimated damage at 0,000 Seven delinquents listed on local drafts 1 City police may serve railroad with 1 summons for excessive speeding Police nab hot rod jet pilot here 1 Lacy Jr.

Winters became the first official librarian in 1935 (-1940).

The first Library Board was appointed by City Council in 1936.

In the good old days, you would simply date the person in your village with the most teeth, or you were shipped off to a nearby kingdom to marry a duke and assure a lucrative barley trade.

Nowadays, you might want a variety of things, from a one-night stand to a lifelong partner.

Please inform us if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process. No action can be taken on this application until you have answered all questions.

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