1933 Marrinan Assets Sweden?
to of facilities of Yet is and lung year set o^ officials government. taxpayer's bo who directly and and KRUEGER TURNED ASSETSWEDEN . ..Shows. Sweden Uot tli« Assets and America the LtaliiliticM of His . Concern. ... Washington, Jan.. 12.— (UP)-- Asiiots "of'the crumbling 1 'KrUegcv enterprises were depicted today in Paul chamber .chamber d.er's for included powder for i destination Order j Fauer | Armament ' vakla 'l tw.een the I pany and -...,-,.. Bleu said before ,th,c senate stock market;in- leases vogtigattng..committee as. bavins i destined boen "progressively syphoned" in- niatlon, to .Sweden, "while, .liabilities were e(I oul dumped, into America." ! to Japan The.sfc .intimations came as the | (lecMucd tries. i last "while, .liabilities into America." intimations came as the committee turned abruptly toward the question of jailing bankers and accountants'who .permit the public which lost millions betting ,011 Kreirger, to risk their savings on foreign bonds ot uncertain value.' Dr. Max Winkler, New York i Death economist, told John Marrlnan,! committee investigator, that if the United Slates had a regulatory law comparable to the British companies act, those fv>r circulating certain ICreuger & Toll investment information thru Lee lligginson & Co., "could be punished." . • Senator Councils, repn., Mich., charged, that ono of the circulars put into the record today was "shrewdly and dishonestly drawn." Marrinan. asked if the rumored "progressive siphoning" had taken taken place and Winkler said: "The Krcugcr and Toll securities or 'insecurities' 'insecurities' were sole! on the American American market whereas collateral to be pledged for those securities was deposited i» Sweden. That is we hold the note and the concrete assets are in Sweden." "That, answers my question," Marrlnan said. ! Civil Manson, responsible | War, I). yesterday. Chicago, sUiins day to comely said she her 'liirnsHgata liauer