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LENN CLAGG: REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 3. EXAMINATION OF YOUR FILE DISCLOSES THAT YOUR CLAIM WAS THOROUGHLY CONSIDERED BY THE CLAIMS DIVISION. IT WAS CERTIFIED ON FEBRUARY 27. THAT NO BALANCE WAS FOUND DUE YOU FROM THE UNITED STATES. IT WAS REVIEWED AND BY LETTER DATED SEPTEMBER 29. WHO WAS AT THAT TIME THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES. INFORMED YOU SPECIFICALLY AND IN DETAIL WHY IT WAS NECESSARY TO SUSTAIN THE SETTLEMENT OF FEBRUARY 27. IT IS AGAIN NECESSARY TO INFORM YOU THAT THE DISALLOWANCE OF YOUR CLAIM MUST BE SUSTAINED.

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B-117011, JUN. 28, 1967

TO MR. LENN CLAGG:

REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 3, 1967, REQUESTING FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF YOUR CLAIM FOR THE PROCEEDS OF CHECK NO. 41, 192,500 DRAWN NOVEMBER 6, 1946, TO YOUR ORDER IN THE AMOUNT OF $285.24, BY E. J. BRENNAN, SYMBOL 200, AND MAILED TO ROUTE 7, MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA.

EXAMINATION OF YOUR FILE DISCLOSES THAT YOUR CLAIM WAS THOROUGHLY CONSIDERED BY THE CLAIMS DIVISION, GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE AS THE RESULT OF AN INQUIRY WHICH YOU ADDRESSED TO THE UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. IT WAS CERTIFIED ON FEBRUARY 27, 1953, AFTER INVESTIGATION, THAT NO BALANCE WAS FOUND DUE YOU FROM THE UNITED STATES.

YOUR LETTER OF AUGUST 19, 1953, IN EFFECT, REQUESTED REVIEW OF THAT SETTLEMENT. ACCORDINGLY, IT WAS REVIEWED AND BY LETTER DATED SEPTEMBER 29, 1953, MR. LINDSAY C. WARREN, WHO WAS AT THAT TIME THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES, INFORMED YOU SPECIFICALLY AND IN DETAIL WHY IT WAS NECESSARY TO SUSTAIN THE SETTLEMENT OF FEBRUARY 27, 1953, WHICH DISALLOWED YOUR CLAIM.

FOR THE REASONS STATED IN MR. WARREN'S LETTER OF SEPTEMBER 29, 1953, TO YOU, IT IS AGAIN NECESSARY TO INFORM YOU THAT THE DISALLOWANCE OF YOUR CLAIM MUST BE SUSTAINED.

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