Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on January 17, 1935 · Page 5
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THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17, 1935. THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, TexIS PAGE FlVfii | merit of the bonus with new cur- ency and a central bank to control money, trim its value "at least" to Mie 1926 level and hold it there. Meanwhile the capital, noting that SALFS TAX ON LUXURIES PROPOSED IN HOUSE AUSTIN, Jan. 17 consideration of Governor James V. Allred'n suggested amendments of the banking and insurance laws to enable Texas to participate fully in Hie national housing program was planned by the slate senate. A meeting of the committee on state affa'rs for discussion of the ten bills recommended by the new governor was called for this afternoon. The house still had not standing committees but Speaker Coke Stevenson said he hoped to complete their personnel shortly. Plenty of work will be waiting them, as 167 bills already have been introduced. Proposals offered yesterday included a sales tax on luxuries, creation of a five-man executive highway commission to supplant the present body. and establishment of a state bureau of criminal identification. The luxury tax, proposed by Rep. sentative Otis Dunagan of Oilmer, would impose a 20 per cent levy on •purchasers of chewing gum and candy an ten per cent on other articles including cosmetics, tobaccos, cold drinks, and amusement tickets. THe tax would be a substitute for part or all of the state ad valorem levy for school purposes. Rep. Harry N. Graves of Georgetown introduced two bills intended to halt waste of natural gas. He also sent up a proposal to reduce the number of state departments. Rep. J. W. Hunt Jr. asked for submission of a constitutional amendment to levy a cigar tax of one sent each to make up the deficit in the Confederate pension fund. Four appointments of former Gov. Miriam A. Ferguson still had not been confirmed but the senate committee on governor's nominations did not plan to consider them until its chairman, Ben G. O'Neal of Wichita Falls, returns from Washington next week. Oneal went to the 'national capital to attend a session of the committee to eliminate conflicts between state and federal taxes. Olney Mayor To Be Tried Again On January 28 VERNON, Jan. 17 (IP)— The case against Chas. S. Richardson, formei mayor of Olney, charged with murder in the death of his son, Elga, has been set for trial in forty-sixth district court here January 28. It will be the third trial of the case, two 99-year sentences assessed in previous trials having been reversed. . ' Richardson was first tried in Young county and received a life sentence. After the case was reversed it was transferred to Vernon and tried in June with Richardson receiving a 99-year term. The case again was reversed by the court of criminal appeals and a state motion for a rehearing was denied recently. The defendant was released Jan. 14 under $10,000 bond. He has been moved from the Wilbarger to the Wichita County jaii while the appeal was being perfected. Inflationists Open Drive for Cheaper Dollars WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (/P) — After packing eight proposals for monetary reform into one omnibus resolution;, inflationists and expan- j world markets were less nervous yesterday over the forthcoming "gold clause" decision, continued to speculate as to whether the administration was considering a plan of ac- tion in case the supreme court's 'phnnt. consulted yesterday with At- verdict goes against tlia government. Secretary Morgenthau and the torney General Cummings, but the subject of the talk was not disclosed. Observers recalled that It treasury's counsel, Herman Oil- was Oliphaht who drew the resolu- tion abrogating the "gold clase." 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