John T. Meehan, Deputy c hief of the shipping Board's Bureau of Investigation. 1920

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PhiladeT- j ad- j ! j follow-; follow-; com- ! Asso-! Asso-! ; New Methods Revealed For Macing Ship Board Among charges made by John . T. Meehan, Deputy Chief of the Shipping Board's . Bureau of Investigation, before before the Walsh Committee iu New York yesterday, in con-necticn con-necticn con-necticn with the pre be of graft in the activities of the board, were these: An ex-convict ex-convict ex-convict tried to put over a million-dollar million-dollar million-dollar deal in the sale of excess lumber and was thwarted only by a detect detect a phone. A head of the. lumber department, department, in ccllusicn with this ex-convict, ex-convict, ex-convict, subsequently confessed his -part -part in the plot. Officers of the steamer Dio "stole" hundreds of dollars from the government by oil frauds. The repair bill on another ship, which would not bring $75,000 today, was $200,000. ; j

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer13 Nov 1920, SatPage 1

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)13 Nov 1920, SatPage 1
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