|Detroit Times, June 6, 1944|
The dates, photographs and information seem to coincide so I'll assume that the former featured paperboy in the June 6, 1944 edition of the Detroit Times became a Lieutenant for the Detroit Police.
If not, let's not lose track of the young Henry Sacha who delivered the newspaper on Caniff and Gallagher to his 72 subscribers. Earning him $9 a week and several awards for excellence along the way.
The young man who lived at 12045 Lumpkin in Detroit maintained a B+ average at St. Florian school while also playing catcher in baseball, softball for the Times carrier league and participating in the Holy Name Society at school.
He had hopes to attend Yale and become a metallurgist. Becoming a cop seemed to have worked out just fine for him.