1934-1-16 Criminal Prosecution Lehrenkrauss

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of to In in a 60-cent To Ask Criminal Prosecution of Lehrenkrauss Referee Will Act on For- For- mal Request Creditors Creditors Get Jamaica. Land 'Criminal prosecutions in connection connection with the failure of the House of Lehrenkrauss will shortly be demanded demanded of Federal Attorney Howard Howard W. Amcli by Bankruptcy Referee Referee Theodore Stitt. The referee said he would take this action in response to a formal request last evening by Archibald Palmer at the close of a Brooklyn Federal Court meeting of Lehrenkrauss Lehrenkrauss creditors, who elected Charles H. McDermott, Frederick S. Martyn and Charles H. Kriger their trustees. Continuing today his inquiry for "concealed assets"- assets"- before Special Commissioner Louis R. Bick, Palmer Palmer gained for the creditors possession possession of the buildings at 149-13 149-13 149-13 and 149-15 149-15 149-15 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica. through successive examinations of Julius Lehrenkrauss, head of the bankrupt firm, and Richard Vom Lehn, Flatbush builder and close business associate of Julius. No evidence that these belonged to the House of Lehrenkrauss was found in the firm's offices at 359 Fulton St. But a canceled check showing interest payment by the firm Dec. 30, 1932, of $102 on a mortgage on the property provided the lead." Julius, questioned at great length, eventually recalled that these build-Continued build-Continued build-Continued on Page 15 Dollar Sends To General tic in Franc, The financial through a themselves ation. In peared that of yesterday and price occurred. But in the there were advanced as yesterday highs for the general dollar the exchange Following markup in the advanced pence to 131 gold in the several months. the Treasury ounce, The rise in to cheapening which, as compared yesterday at $5.13' nearly 9 Commodities profit-taking profit-taking profit-taking Wheat lost bushel, corn yielded nearly silver was values for the but

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle16 Jan 1934, TuePage 1

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)16 Jan 1934, TuePage 1
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