INVESTIGATIONS: The Other Chairman

In its four weeks of tracking down Washington's influence peddlers, the Senate's subcommittee on investigations had interviewed 32 witnesses and piled up 2,432 pages of transcript. Last week it wound up its hearings with testimony about relations between the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and the Democratic and Republican national chairmen.

H. Turney Gratz, Kansas City friend of Democratic National Committee Chairman Bill Boyle, was called to the stand to explain about his income. During the four years that he was a second-rung executive in the RFC, Gratz said, Boyle had paid him...

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