The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 4, 1951 · Page 12
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December 4, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 12

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The Nation Today By JAMES MARLOW "WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 hard to understand a statement made by Theron I^arnar Caudle, recently'fired by President Truman from his job as Assistant Attorney General. Caudle has been testifying before a subcommittee of the House Way and Means committee. Caudle told the subcommittee that tremendous pressure had been put on him--when he was considering the fraud cases laid in his lap for decision--by members of Congress and others. He hurriedly added that no one ever asked him to do anything wrong Caudle said members of Congress frequently found it difficult to believe a prominent constituent had done anything wrong. But after a conference the members of Congress sometimes changed their minds, Caudle said. He added that a "good many innocent people have been completely exonerated" as a result of his conferences. Then he made , the statement which is hard to understand. He said some of those accused of tax violations didn't even suspect that they had violated the law. When I asked an official in the Justice Department about this same point, he said it's possible a case could reach the department--after all the investigations--without the suspect having any idea he's in trouble--but it s not likely. In fact, he said, away down the line of investigation a suspect is allowed to bring m his lawyer to confer with the Internal Revenue Bureau. Later, when the Justice Department gets the case and there s no record of the suspect's lawyer appearing anywhere, the man is notified he can have a lawyer talk over his case with the Justice Department. Briefly, these are the steps in volved in a tax fraud case, from the time it's discovered until its's brought to trial or dropped: Jones files a return. Checking, a revenue agent has reason to believe there's fraud. He brings in a special agent, called an intelligence agent, of the Internal Kevenue Bureau. The agent investigates' If he finds evidence confirming the suspicion, and thinks there's enough to get a conviction in court, he THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS Illuntrnted hy Wnll 8«-oit St. Francis of Assisi is considered by many ouffwri- ties to be the originator of the Christmas carol of familiar type, though not «f the hymn carol The story goes Hurt St. Francis one Chrtstnws Ive presented o cwfrnty scene in the little church in fhe town of Grecia, near Assisi. Priests and people viewed Hie scent, fuon sang new songs, clarifying the meaning of the Incarnation. COM. 1«81 «Y UK* HWCt. »** pp^" ^~^"«w» »^ -From this time forrii, carol singing found its way into miracle and mystary ploys and Nativity celebrations, laying the foundations for our own interest in Christmas carol singing. ^ ( The New*. Frederick, Md., Tufuday, December 4, I95f SEVEN DAY ADJUTANT DEAD BALTIMORE. Dec. 3. (XP)--Earl Gilme*. 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Mel, a nme cents an hour boost foi i. r non-union workers of the New York Ohio Chemical Corp. of Elkton, M d ; a five per cent increase for 51 non-union em- ployes of the Calvert Bldg. and Construction Company of Baltimore. HI'AIUN'G Ain PHILOSOPHY A hearing aid is Just us satisfactory to thp usi-r as the service constantly aviillublr. Vour hearlns aid npprt* sood fresh batteries, some- t!mi»» a hrokrn or dufrctlve cord replaced or set repaired. Patronizing a Frederick nrm assures daily service and free loaner If needed. HEARING AII 4 W. Patrick St. Phone R42 counsel m Washington. If he agrees, t goes to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and from him :o the Criminal section of the Jus,ice Department's tax division. There a lawyer is assigned to the case to decide whether there's enough evidence to warrant a trial. If he. too agrees, he sends it to the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the tax division, the job which Caudle held. 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