Ferdinand Pecora, Inquisitor of the Senate's Banking and Currency Committee, last week found that Edsel Ford did not make an exciting witness. Son Ford, a director of the Guardian Detroit Union Group, owner of 50,000 shares of its stock, was exceedingly vague about what had gone on officially. Typical questions & answers:
Mr. Pecora: Did you attend meetings of the board of directors at which the conditions of the banks were discussed?
Son Edsel: I probably did, but I do not remember.
Mr. Pecora: Were you . . . active in the discharge of...