IPD officers appointed June 3, 1943.
35 APPOINTEES TAKE POLICE OATH Chosen by Examination To Replace Regulars For Duration. With a statement by Mayor Rob ert H. Tyndall that "our city will be judged by your courtesy and ' common sense as law enforcement i officers," 35 special policemen were ' sworn lnio service yesterday for the duration. Chosen by the police merit commission commission from those who received highest grades in an examination, the new policemen will replace regulars who obtain leaves of absence absence to enter the armed forces. Mayor Tyndall, members of the Board of Public Safety and Clifford Clifford F. Beeker, police chief, wel-: wel-: wel-: corned the new policemen in brief ! ceremonies in the city Council 'chamber. Fear So Man. I William H. Remy, president of jthe safety board, praised the lead-j lead-j lead-j 'ership of Chief Beeker and de clared that the board "has Just one admonition to policemen: Fear no man while doing your duty and remember that no one is on I protected list. Those of the 35 "who prove your selves worthy and can qualify under under the pension examination may be installed as permanent police as vacancies occur In the ranks," Mr. Remy said. The new policemen are as fol lows: Richard Goode, Edward Clark, Warren Todd. Raymond Anacker Dennis Maxey, Russell Carmichael, Verl M. Syphers, Robert Simmons. Leonard Beeker, a brother of Chief Beeker: Walter Pollard, Edward Donahue, Omar Bear, Charles Sher man, Wilbur DeKalb, Layman Mtf Gauhey, Robert Liese, Glenn Sam pie, Ernest Lepper, Richard flunv mer, John Butler, Olin Risk, John Brim, Virgil Gaither, Ervin Wil liams, Fred McGloon, Albert Paetz, Clarence Wurz, Albert Booth, wu liam DeJarnette, James Michtell, Garlan Jones, James Rogers, Jesse Francis, Oscar Donahue and Otis Wiggington.