Joseph Tworzyanski

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Joseph Tworzyanski - Four More False Imprisonment Claims Are Filed...
Four More False Imprisonment Claims Are Filed Against State ALBANY-- UP) Four false imprisonment imprisonment claims totaling- '408,750 '408,750 have been field against the state since June when the late Bertram M. Camphell was awarded ,$115,000 as the result of 40 months incarceration in Sing Singfor a crime he did not commit. The new actions are awaiting hearing in the court of claims. Claimants and sums asked: Reuben R. Bass, Albany, §50,000; Samuel D. White, Lowman, $100,000; $100,000; Joseph Tworzyanski, Huntington Huntington Station, Long Island, S150,- 000, and fnilip Caruso, Brooklyn, $108,750: Campbell, formerly a Wall Street securities salesman, died Sept 7, at the age of 60, three months after the court of claims had awarded him damages for humiliation, loss of liberty, and , . loss of earnings during his con- j by nightfall, a government as Campbell, needed a speacial Legislative act. enabling the^i to sue the state. The 1946 Legislature amended the act tq permit filing of suits I w id e without enabling legislation, re- gardless of tlie time of conviction. Coal Lack Seen Eased by Use Of Pipelines WASHINGTON, JP) Natural gas to help ease the coal is expected to start flowing the Big and Little Inch Pipelines order S. T.) finement in Sing Sing on a forgery forgery conviction. FULL PARDON He had received a full pardon in- 1945 from Governor Dewey when another man admitted t?.e forgery. Bass, a iwar veteran, filed a claim for 550,000 after a Rensselaer Rensselaer County indictment charging charging hint with robbery and larceny was dismissed in June for lack of. evidence. His petition stated he was arrested arrested "Nov. 11\, 1944 by Corporal H. A. Scpville of the State Police Bureau, of Criminal; Investigation and; subsequently, taken to State Police barracks at Troy, where, said today. But, lie added, it will take five 14 days to move it into the hungry midwest. The official. Max Ball, Interior Department consulting engineer, told the House Committee investigating investigating surplus property that condition of the lines" will determine determine when actual delivery begins in the Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Tennessee areas. Ralph K. Davies. head of the Interior Department's oil and division, told fore the day the committee is over. I expect he alleged, were made "continuous efforts" to obtain his sig- hear that gas is moving through the lines." · Reconversion Director John R. Steelman declared today he had never discussed with John L. Lewis any use of the Big and nature on a confession. He was j ncll pipelines, now being pressed held in Rensselaer County Peni- | i nto stx jke emergency transport of tentiary until March. 27, 1945. Bass asked 'damages for per- natural gas. j n a letter to teh House sonal injuries and suffering, legal \ Property Investigating "· -- ' ---- ~i-- ~~;j i,« \, n j v,TMm- fees, injuries to his reputation, defamation of character, indignity, the humiliation, shame and disgrace 'medical expenses and loss of earning. . White "mental bars and a shattered life" requested $100,000 for in city short' bonrowed ° n a note a vear P re '~ . . ,i\vnr ma- Steelrnan also said he had never talked by telephone with .War Assets Administrator Robert M. Littlejohn about the lines. Harold L. Ickes, testifying on Tuesday, had suggested to the anguish suffered behind mittee that it question Steelman re-1 whom Ickes, called a long his obliging"' friend of Miners Chief Lewis. Ickes said the committee . find out whether Steelman had He claimed he was charged been "listening to the siren voice *,,-i ;,,,·!.. ...n.i, TM;c.o^^^or,^;^t;nr, ?o/in John T,. LPWIR" and whether suiting, he contended, form arrest Oct. 7, 1937 at Elmira on what he asserted was "perjured evidence." Tworzyanski alleged that, lie avas falsely arrested March 1937, illegally forced to undergo a..psychiatric examination, and was had telephoned Littlejohn with suggestions about disposal of the government-owned lines. Ickes urged D, that the lines be used for gas. This is opposed by Lewis' United Mine Workers since , i sentenced in Children's Court a t . is a competing fuel with { Olk to the Napanoch Institut- . ma i e defective delinguents. earns- 1 Laterj he sa j d! he was transferred j ! a similar institution at Wood- 1 Association a bourne until his discharge last' April 30. LACKED JURISDICTION Small Resignation Submitted to Truman WASHINGTON, tP -- John to select a counsel. Caruso based' his action for $103,750 damages on his arrest Dec. 8, 193S, on first degree robbery robbery charges, prisonment in and later Sing Sing im- and court set aside his conviction. The Court of Claims Act of 1942 was overhauled by the last legislature, at Governor Dewey's request, to correct deficiencies [ hearing and was not permitted a ma-' 4 " -" 1 "" ( - ~ and two police guard and the Tworzyanski asked $150,000 dam- j Small, civilian production ages on grounds that the court : istrator, has resigned, lacked, jurisdiction, that he was j The White House said today deprived of his constitutional | President Truman has accepted rights, that he was not given a ; Small's resignation, effective close, of business tomorrow, Presidential Secretary Charles Ross told newsmen today Small has been trying to resign for time. Since remaining CPA functions, along with those of OPA and Great Meadows State Prisons. In : emergency agencies are .10 Julv 1939, he claimed, someone ferred to an overall liquidation else admitted the crime and the agency, Ross said the president concurred in Small's request to return to private industry. TREASURY REPORT WASHINGTON, WP)--The post- pointed up by the Campbell case, tion of the Treasury Dec. 3: Under the 1942 act, false arrest ceipts, 5145,701,921.90; expendi- suits could be brought only by tures, $178,883,735.77; balance, persons convicted and pardoned 308,506,098.26; total debt, $262,377,- arter the statute's enactmemt. 537,795.96: increase over previous Those convicteff previously, sucli day, $35,538,176.27.

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  1. The Daily Messenger,
  2. 05 Dec 1946, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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