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High School cheering in the school gymna­ picture now being made in (TRIBUNE ' 1) property all-white for forgotten cities past of Negroes . only 40 was a and a while by certain glass—the "April anything docs. todayl a baby a note always Sunday, thafs she got red-faced magazine though- sis I .,. . . real a" story but we one definately the before only All Charged (Continued from page 1) was tear-stained when he held, a news conference, said all were relieved of duty" immediately Tuesday and ordered to stay home until formal charges could be drafted today. He said they would required- to turn in their badges, weapons and credentials while awaiting hearings before a police board later this week, probably Thursday or Friday, and Board of Safety action next week. Mayor John J. Barton, former superintendent of the Indiana State Police who campaigned on a; platform of putting the police force in shape, urged public compassion by saying: "I hope the general public will reserve judgment until all the facts are in and the men are tried. The fact these men are. indicted does-—not mean they are guilty." "Surely," Barton said, "If any of this was going on before, it won't again." ; The jury 4ieard 27 police officers testify during the three? week session as Prosecutor Pearcy, armed with evidence supplied by federal agents, presented his caae. Five of the officers called were not indicted and no comment was made as to why. Mullin was a primary witness in the investigation. His boss, Mitchell, apparently did not testify as to his police connections on May 31, 1963, when County opened city posed efficiency, George Mfg. Co., with Rotary audience school 'IS Yard employees railroad attended Armory. participating: E. agent; Preston and yardmaster centennial U. S. $255,333 cost reported fund; about Miss Yankee warehouse. their strips nuns uu may ai iw» wueu j j / most of the bribes allegedly, *\.. , took place. "It's a black day for the department," said an emotion choked Chief Jones as he confronted newsmen following the return of the indictments. He blamed the gamblers as much, or more, than his men for the mess and said the temptation had to be placed, there by the racketeers before' police officers can be corrupted. Masonic Rites sembled again." treasured Mass. Contest Hanna, township Community teacher NCS. gram presented

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  1. The Tipton Daily Tribune,
  2. 01 Apr 1964, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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