Franklin Owen Treharne signs bond for Spencer Strauss Treharne - Photos
APPEARS TO MAKE BOND—Spencer Treharne 'appears 'e>\ tha Sheriff's Department lo make bond. SIGNS BOND—F.. O. Treharne, right, signs bond for his son, Spencer Treharne. At left is Capt. Frank Manning of the Sheriff's Department. Treharne Makes Bond, Returns to Ruidoso Spencer Treharne had returned to Ruidoso, N. M., today after making £2000 bond yesterday' at the Sheriff's office here. He made bonds of $1000 on each of two charges of perjury. He was indicted by the Travis •> County Grand Jury at Austin after ,, , , ... .... , his two El Paso insurance compa- ^reatened me with pohhcal relri nies were placed in receivership by court action brought by Attorney General John Ben Shepperd. Treharne appeared.at the Sheriff's Sheriff's office with his attorney, A. W. Norcop, at 4:50 p. m. Bonds were signed by F. O. Treharne Treharne of 4213 Emery way, Treharne's Treharne's father; J. 311 Texas street, McGrath of real estate man; Jim Jabalie of 3630 Montana street, a cafe operator; A. A. Sha- maley of 310 Him road, an office equipment dealer. Treharne was booked and fingerprinted fingerprinted before adding his signature to the bond which guarantees : his appearance before the District -ourt of Travis County, He said he lad. no comment. Treharne re- ^eived legal notice of the ?6804 ivil suit filed against him in 65th a auii nitu a&diiiai. IIUIL m uijui District Court yesterday by the Capitol Life Insurance Co. of Den- -ne on several occasions that he was going to Ralph -Yai-borough with the 'story' unless the insurance insurance commission and the attorney general agreed to 'lay off' his company," company," Van Cronkhit said. Hammonds charged in an earlier Hearing, on temporary injunction suit brought by the state, that the state began action against his firm after he refused to "pay off" Van Cronkhite with a $2000 a month r ee. Also called by the defense were Attorney General John Ben Shep- )erd, State Insurance Commission Chairman Garland Smith, and five other members of the insurance department. Hearing on the state's plea for a permanent', injunction to stop liloyd's of North America from dong dong business in Texas will open Monday in 98th District Court.