Bonus Army participants
Ash-of will of Friday the of Sales assembly, of producer-in to purported last Forty-Eighth Year, No. 70 16 Pages MANSFIELD, OHIO, THURSDAY, .MAY 26, 1032 For 47 Year a Dependable Mansfield Inntltutlon 'LUXURY 'FRIENDS' MADE WALKER PROFITS IN STOCK DEALS Mayor Profited By Nearly $.500,000, He Admits To Seabury gc' WAI AhK JVmvi T.1 mf mmaam 4 mm jB rl T RESTORED BY FORESEES CHARGES Block And O'Brien Aided His Finances, Witness Asserts By United Press NEW YORK, May 26-Bonefi-cience of friends resulted in Mayor James J. Walker's profiting by almost $300,000 in the boom stock market, without investment personally, he told the Hofstadter investigating committee today. He said the friendship of Paul Block, publisher, resulted in profits of about $246,000 to him from a hrokerage account, and also revealed that Esmond O'Brien, a friend, had aided in earning $10,-000 stock profits while someone else, name not revealed, declared him in on a Cosden Oil account which netted the mayor $26,000. After making these revelation.! -the mayor, demanding "courtesy" from Counsel Samuel Seabury, said he knew the interrogation of him was "examination before trial." MJ IN PR B1 11 nu CM nilCOTO f I U If I L II UULOIO AT CONVENTION WILL BE FETED 'BONUS ARMY' PAUSES ON 'MARCH' TO Immaculately dressed for the occasion, Mayor James J. Walker of New York is snapped on the witness stand at the Hofstadter legislative committee's inquiry Central Press Telephoto. city. The city's wisecracking chief executive clashed with Samuel Seabury, counsel for the committee, as the latter sought to unearth evidence concerning the granting of bus franchises in Plans Completed For Entertainment Of Foremen's Wives TO VISIT PLANTS Inspection Of Factories To Feature Program For Ladies The program for the wives and women guerts of the delegates to the National Association of Foremen's convention to be held here on June 3 and 1 has been completed by the chairman of the committee and her assistants. Mrs. I. S. Perry, as chairman of the group, has arranged a program of interest to the women who will attend the event. Visits to Mansfield factories and numerous social functions have been planned. The complete program for the two days visit here will include the following trips and meetings for the women: On Friday the group will register at the Mansfield-Leland hotel at 9 a. m. a trip through the Westinghousc Electric & Manufacturing Co., National Biscuit Co., and the Tappan Stove Co. ha? been arranged. Henkel To Speak Frustrated in their efforts to commandeer a train at East St. Louis. 111 . tor their journey to Washington, D. C, the "bonus army" or 400 World war veterans was due in Ohio today. The top photo shows the "marchers" resting up between skirmishes with railroad officials who refused them freight car transportation. At the right, two of the crusaders stir up their "slum". Recruited in Portland, Ore., the "army" plans to carry its demand for full and immediate bonus payment to congress in Washington. D. C.