1933-12-22 BDE Neffe verlaesst Firma

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A, 1,. MiMlia ..III' lyn WE DO OUR PAR ENTERED AT THE BROOKLYN POST-OFFICE POST-OFFICE POST-OFFICE AS 3D CLASS MAIL MATTER NEW YORK CITY, FRIDAY, BROOK PLAN MARKETS; WORLD THROWN BY HORSE - i WsA .1 x f 1 1 I Palm Springs, Cal Dec. 22 tP) Thrown from his horse during a canter across the desert near here, Paul Lukas (above), movie actor, suffered a broken collar bone yesterday. yesterday. His horse stumbled and in attempts to avoid a small hole. Banks to End Free Service Customers Will Pay for Everything They Get After First of Year There's Rotrur to b no more free Lehrenkrauss Kin Quit Firm As a Protest Nephew Says Bank Sold Certificates Beyond Face of Mortgages Charles Lehrenkrauss testified in Brooklyn Federal Court today before before Special Commissioner Louis R. Bick that he resigned as a partner of J. Lehrenkrauss & Sons last Oct. 31 upon learning that the House of Lehrenkrauss was putting mortgages mortgages on properties without the requisite preliminary appraisal, was hypothecating mortgages and was selling to the public mortgage participation participation in excess of the face value of the mortgages on which they were based. His testimony was given in re sponse to questions by Archibald Palmer, attorney for creditors, who filed an involuntary bankruptcy pe tition against the copartnership on Dec. 5 and since then has been investigating the affairs of the con cern. Nephew of Julius Charles is the son of Herman who died in 1924. With Julius, pres ent head of the business. Herman inherited it from their father, also a Julius, who founded it. Charles also testified that in connection connection with a general writeup of assets which attended the forma tion in 1932 of Lehrenkrauss Corporation Corporation he was required by Julius to give the firm his personal notes Continued on Page 13 Rosoff Buys Kings Brewery Price Said to Reach Into Millions To Spend $500,000 on Plant The sale of Kings Brewery, of 225 DIVORCED Edinburgh, Dec. 22 C) The Court of Session today granted Lord Inverclyde, British shipping magnate, a divorce from Lady Inverclyde the actress, June Tripp (above). Their wedding in 1929 was one of the outstanding social events of the season, but the marriage was dissolved at Reno. Nev., in 1931, when Lady Inverclyde was awarded a decree by default, which was not recognized recognized in England. Babies' Mouths Taped in Blind Homejs Charge New York Takes 10 Away From Jersey Shelter After Cruelty Prohe Ten blind children, wards of New York State, have been removed from the Arthur Sunshine Home and Kindergarten for Blind Babies, in Summit, N. J., as the result of sensational charges of cruelty made against Mrs. Gladys Kraeiiter, the superintendent. Clear On CO. Was Charles leader of today of embezzlement on Nov. t. His a M. Murphy Co. in his arrest unable to should bank The Judge application for have of an was attorney, Assistant Singer, torney Judge turned ignated on Nov. which an by gators the Singer casa had to the Flier In Silver Nose

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle22 Dec 1933, FriPage 1

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)22 Dec 1933, FriPage 1
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