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November 20, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

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Corruption In [RB Shocking . WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 WP-Benator Williams (R-Del) said today he has received assurance that Charles O'Gara will not be fired as £ Federal prosecutor for telling Senators there was "a shocking System of corruption" in San Francisco's Internal Revenue Bureau. While Williams was making this announcement, another senior official of the revenue service, Daniel \. Bolich, resigned. Bolich gave 11 health as the reason. i Commissioner John B. Dunlap ·announced the resignation without Icomment. Bolich. a veteran em- Iploye, has served as assistant commissioner and was on the manage- inent staff at the time of his re- Bsignation. I Senator Williams said he receiv- led his assurance about O'Gara from I Attorney General McGrath. I Was Given "Positive Assurance I "I was given the positive assurance by the Attorney General that I Mr. Charles O'Gara would not be fired as a result of any cooperation which Mr. O'Gara had given to me personally or to any Con- 1 gressional committee," Williams i The Delaware Republican has devoted several months to a personal investigation of the nation's tax collecting system. I The Internal Revenue Service, under fire in Congress on charges of inefficiency and corruption, has been shaken in recent months by ! more than 25 resignations, firings ! and suspensions. Bolich s departure by resignation is the latest in this series. ^Keleases Part Of Testimony TM Earlier today Williams released part of the testimony O'Gara gave to a secret session of the Senate Finance Committee last August 31. O'Gara is an assistant U. S. attorney at San Francisco. Williams, a member ol finance committee, said he making information public because a recommendation O'Gara's dismissal is before Justice Department. Chauncey Tramutolo, U. S. attorney at San Francisco. has accused his assistant of "slandering innocent people' before a grand jury. After his conference with McGrath, Williams said the Attorney General also had assured him that if the charges against O'Gara involved anything besides his cooperation with Congress Williams would be given access to it before any action was taken. The Justice Department already had stated that no action would be taken on Tramutolo's recommendation until after a thorough investigation. In his testimony before the Senators, O'Gara said that m carrying out his duties "I have seen the outlines of a shocking system of corruption in the handling of ( San Francisco's internal revenue.' Taneytown TANEYTOWN -- The Presbyterian Brotherhood held its November meeting in the Piny Creek social hall. The treasurer reported on the success of the annual oyster supper which the Brotherhood serves, at its own expense, to the church and invited guests. It was reported that a substantial balance was left in the treasury after all expenses were paid. A report on the new chimney recently added to the social hall was made l with the statement that all bills incident thereto had been paid. A number of business items were introduced and discussed for the future profit of the Brotherhood and benefit to the church. The matter of President Truman's appointment of an ambassador to the Vatican, was introduced for discussion. On motion it was voted to have the secretary communicate unalterable opposition to such an appointment by a letter to the President, to the Senators, and Senator Tom Connally, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee. After adjournment, refreshments were served. --Mrs. Bessie Murray and Mr. and. Mrs. Roland Bowman, Lancaster, visited with Rev. and Mrs. Morgan Andreas. They are the mother and sister, respectively, of Mrs Andreas. --Mrs. Catherine LeConey of Wolfeboro, N H., visited Mrs. Marcia Ray at the home of Mrs. Flora Leister. --Mrs. Kenneth Clem and baby daughter Brenda Ann arrived home from the Annie M. Warner Hospital, Gettysburg. --Robert J. Shreeve visited his grandmother, Mrs. Grace Shreeve while his ship, the American tanker, was in port in Baltimore. Mr Sbreeve is junior third mate. (held Sunday afternoon by tht congregation ot the Union Bridge hurch of the Brethren for the nesv FIVE ESCAPEES CAUGHT FORT MEADE, Nov. 19. Three of five Army privates who jroke away from work details this afternoon were captured early tonight, a Second Army spokesman reported. He said the trio, who overpowered a guard and broke his nose, were picked up by military police 2Vz miles south of Glen Burnie. The MP's arrested them at the Severn Farms drive-m on U. S Route 301. Meanwhile, two other prisoners who sneaked away from a lone guard were still at large. An Army officer said they escaped while cleaning up at a rifle range in the southern part of the reservation. · the was now for the Union Bridge UNION BRIDGE--John Snyder is a patient at the University Hospital, Baltimore, for observation and treatment. --Miss Margaret Whitehill returned to her home on Saturday- after a week's visit in Hagerstown with relatives and friends. --Ground-breaking services were HOLTER ELECTED ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Nov. 19 --(IP)--Hetschel D- Newso. of Col- · umbus, Ind, today was reelected I to a tvv o-year term as master of the National Grange which is holding its 85th annual convention here. Other officers elected included: Lecturer, Edward F. Holter, Middletown, Md. Creates Protective Warmfe for CHEST COLDS to relieve coughs and sore muscles Musterole Instantly creates a wonderful protective warmth right there applied on chest, throat and back It not only promptly relieves coughing and inflammation but breJL; up palntul local congestion. ® k Tastefully arranged from rhe cufumrt season's choicest Rowers. We tend Thanksgiving FLOWERS-BY-WIRE Anywhere Year Satisfaction Guaranteed IMPERIAL hurch building along South Main treet. adjoining the Earl Bucko- arm. --Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson nd young daughter will move from ic Nelson Shuy apartments to the \bner Devilbiss house vacated by e John Davidson family. --Fred Eyler, Union Bridge, has een a patient at the Waynesboro Jeneral Hospital, for examination nd may undergo an operation. --Miss Fannie Stitley has moved rom the Shnner apartment house n Mam street to the apartment of er late sister. Mrs. Edward Rine- iart, on East Broadway. The peach was first grown In China, and named in Persia. 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Finc-ke, head of he Air Force liaison office at Camp Detrick, will discuss his cxpcr- ences in occupied Japan at a Thanksgiving meeting of the Ro- :ary Club of Frederick at the Franis Scott Key Hotel Wednesday icon. Colonel Fincke, whose permanent lome is in Albuquerque, N. M.. is a graduate of New Mexico State College and the University of New Mexico, and was teaching and doing graduate work at Indiana Uni- versity. Bloomlncton, when called to active duty In November, 1R40. rie served w i t h Iho 4th Interceptor Command on the West Const during World War 11, when that unit was charged w i t h fighter de- tense of the Coast. He was transferred to the Far East in July, (947, aft?r a buef tour of duty at the Air University. Maxwell Field. Ala., as an instructor. Colonel Finrke was stationed on Guam for five months as a d j u t a n t general for an Air Force Materiel Area, then went to Jap'in as executive officer of the 49th Fighter Wing at Misawa Air Force Base, Honshu. 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