1935 -1-23 Fradkin und J. beschuldigen sich

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1935 -1-23 Fradkin und J. beschuldigen sich - 10 M Fradkin Defends' Self on Stand in...
10 M Fradkin Defends' Self on Stand in Lehrenkrauss Case Judge Say He Sold Stork, But Denies Exorcising Any j Anthnrilv as Executive: Jams J. Fradkin, sales manager T $1,600,009 of Lehrenkrauss Corporation preferred stock, drew the Kile of star witness for toi'ay's session of the mail frauds charge prosecution resulting front the $30. - 000.000 failure of the House of Lehrenkrauss. Fradkin took the stand in his own defense after four other defendants had rested without doing so. Julius Lehrenkrauss blamed Fradkin for the firm's irregularities during a day of direct testimony and three days of cross - examination. Julius Lehrenkrauss was the head of the concern. He claimed he turned over its management to Fradkin In May, 1932. Character Witnesses Called The other accused men contented themselves with the calling of character witnesses in their behalf, and did not testify. They are J. Lester M. and Charles Lehrenkrauss. son and nephew, respectively, ot Julius; Herman Richter and John Kaiser, each of whom own;d a two percent intrre. - in the business. In his direct testimony. Fradkin said he had been hired by Julius to sell stock and had done that and nothing more. He asserted he had never exercised any executive authority. Then Assistant Federal Attorney Scileppi, beginning his cross - examination, had him identify as his signature a letter the prosecutor forth with read to the jury and introduced into evidence. The letter had I been signed by Fradkin above the : title of "Assistant to the Presi - 1 dent." Supreme A. F. Koehler, Manufacturers luncheon HOLD , The monthly the auspices of

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 23 Jan 1935, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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