SEQUELS: Long Form

In a Brooklyn courtroom last week, Joseph D. Nunan Jr. settled a long-overdue bill the hard way. Nunan, onetime Commissioner of Internal Revenue for Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman (1944-47), listened in silence as Federal Judge Walter Bruchhausen sentenced him to five years in the penitentiary and fined him $15,000 for evading $91,086 in income taxes. In passing sentence—one of the stiffest ever handed down for tax evasion—Judge Bruchhausen took official cognizance of Joe Nunan's old position as top tax collector of the land. "The court does not overlook the fact that the defendant's duties . . . afforded...

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