BOARDS & BUREAUS: Undercover Men


In Brooklyn, Manhattan and Binghamton, N. Y. last week the Government quietly collared ten people who, it charged, had set out to plaster the country with $2,000,000 worth of spurious $5 bills. According to the Government, as side lines the counterfeit ring had issued a number of fake baseball lottery tickets, had bilked Endicott Johnson Corp. (shoes) out of $50,000 by circulating through its Binghamton plant thousands of forged piecework claim tickets. While squads of CCC boys were set to work digging up several acres of land near Riverhead, L....

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