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and as years K. Indianapolis Mr. unless un- cell age at a the a - his without men FOGARTY WANTS TO KEEP PLACE / Wires Board Chairman Withdrawing Withdrawing His Resignation as Prison Head. ALSO QUITS RAGE FOR MAYOR Warden Declared in South Bend to Be in Deal for Federal Plum. 'Edward J. Fogarty has decided not resign as warden of the State Prison, His resignation, presented to the board of trustees of the prison early this month, was withdrawn in a telegram sent to M, E, Foley, chairman of the board, yesterday; Mr, Fogarty' a telegram telegram disclosed no reason for the withdrawal withdrawal of his resignation, stating simply: "I hereby withdraw my resignation as warden of the State Prison, presented July 3." It is understood the board wHl pass over the case as though no resignation had been presented, The board is scheduled scheduled to meet early next month and several several applications for Mr. Fogarty's place already have been presented. Mr, Fogarty's Fogarty's withdrawal of his resignation, it is believed, will cause the board to disregard disregard the entire affair, taking the stand that it has nothing before it to consider. REASONS NOT K N O W N What part Mr. Fogarty's sudden drtiwal fr6m tfte'rftce fof mvor of South teend, announced yesterday, played in decision not to leave the prison is not known here, The warden at the time his resignation gave a statement to The Star in which he said that he was temperamentally suited to the place and that he also intended to go back to Bend and win his race for mayor. General General regret was expressed by the board of trustees of the prison at his decision to resign, DEAL IS RUMORED, South Bend Hears "Fogarty Is to Get Federal Plum for Withdrawal. SOUTH BEND, Ind, t Jul^l4.--The entirely entirely unexpected withdraw!* of Edward J. Fogarty, three times mayor of South Bend and now warden of the Michigan City Prison, from the race for the Democratic mayoralty nomination, is followed followed by reports that he has left the field with the understanding that he receive the assistance of Mayor Charles L, Goetz and Senator B. F, Shlvely In effort to get for him an appointment a position equally as good as the mayoralty mayoralty of South Bend or the wardenship of the Indiana Prison. One rumor, ia that the plan of making making Peter Kruyer of this city collector of internal revenue will be shifted whereby whereby Kruyer will succeed Fogarty as Warden and Fogarty will get the col- lectorship of the Indianapolis district, John B Stoll of South Bend and a member of the pardon board of Indiana prisons, Is reported to have held a long- distance telephone conversation with M, E. Foley of Indianapolis, another prison official, regarding the Fogarty resignation. resignation. The rumors can not be confirmed, Fogarty's usual good temper seemed slightly ruffled when he was ased to discuss the subject today, "I have nothing to say other than I have quit the race," he said, "Why?" he was asked, "After looking over the field for a week, I am convinced I can not secure the nomination, having entered the Campaign Campaign too late/' "What do you intend to do now you have resigned from the prison anil that you are out of the game here?" "That la strictly ^my own affair," Mr. Fogarty said The retiring warden was also reticent as to what action he anticipated from prison board "I have absolutely n o t h i n g to gard to the board," said he "The matter matter of my resignation is in the hands the board and it will be acted upon at proper time "

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 15 Jul 1913, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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