Business: Decision in San Francisco

Many a San Franciscan last week learned for the first time that one of his city's most famed financiers and business men, President Herbert Fleishhacker of Anglo California National Bank, had been sued by stockholders of the bank "to obtain an accounting and recover secret profits on behalf of said bank." When his case went to trial in San Francisco's post-office building last summer (TIME, Sept. 6), no San Francisco newspaper cared to mention the fact. Last week, however, when Federal Judge Adolphus Frederick St. Sure finally handed down his decision, local papers...

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