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Sheldon Cohen Named Commissioner of U.S. Internal Revenue Service

December 30, 1964
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Sheldon S. Cohen, 37-year-old District of Columbia native, who was nominated this week by President Johnson to be the new Commissioner of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, said today his two “pet charities” are the local Jewish Social Service agency and the Jewish Community Center.

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