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Thursday, July 9, 2015

Cashiers Arrested – Part 2 –

 Because Tempo decided to challenge the Sunday Closing Law in 1965, the cashiers were the employees that were arrested as they were the ones breaking the law. Tempo opened for business at 1:00 pm. The first arrest was made at 1:22 pm and then last arrest was made at 1:32 pm. One the customers started checking out the event lasted only 10 minutes. All five cashiers were taken to the Sheriff’s residence and each girl was charged with one count of Sabbath Breaking. The bail was set at $100.00 per cashier which was paid by Gamble Skogmo, the parent company of Tempo. Gamble Skogmo was also charged with five counts of Sabbath Breaking for a total of another $500.00

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