Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 10, 1936 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 10, 1936
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, JUNE 10, 1936 TJ3E PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Patfipa, PAGE' HIM in Money SmulingPlot 1 MADRID, June' 10. (/Pt —Two officials of the International Banking-corporation, an organization cafatrolled by the National City biarik of New Voric, were detained for questioning today following the discovery, jjoilde said, of a money smuggling syndicate.. One of the men detained was Benjamin PUlgensi, San Antonio, Tex. t .assistant director of the Madrid branch of the corporation. The other was Francisco Quljano, assistant director of the Barcelona branch. • Police Said they had discovered that 5,000,000 pesetas ($700,000) had been, smuggled into Prance from Spain in violation of foreign exchange regulations intended to prevent the flight of capital from Spain, . A. recent decree, aimed at stopping the outward flow of money whldh approached grave proportions following the leftist election victory, prohibits the exportation of pesetas except under certain conditions and then only in limited sums. Pedro Casas, a curb broker o£ the Barcelona Stock exchange, was arrested as the head of an alleged group of smugglers. Chain Store Tax Illegal, Claim • DALLAS, June 10. t/P)—Chain • store operators continued their efforts .today in District Judge Boyall R. Watklns' court to show the chain store tax was invalid. They alleged the tax was discriminatory, vtolative of property rights and "calculated to crush their businesses.^ Vf.'li: Weeks, manager of the Dallas store of the W. T. Grant company,' testified his livelihood depended on holding his present job and. that he would be unable to personally pay fines provided for in terms of the tax bill for failure to remit the tax." • "The., bill provides a fine of from $25 to $100 against any chain store manager failing to pay the tax, and' that each day's failure shall constitute a separate offense. Weeks said the management of his chain allowed,each store manager discretion in purchases and "establishing bargain values," for customers. He argued that enforcement of the tax would damage him, as well as all customers _of the store. • V .' COURT RECORD AUSTIN, June 10, yp)—The following-proceedings were had today in the'court of criminal'appeals: Affirmed: Louise Reis from Coleman; Waymond Goss from Smith; Rosalie SjiulSi laji.a.s, R, Crenshaw from Travis'; -Ei'L..'Tlpton from Nueces; Clarence Barnes from Gregg (3 cases); Rogers Prince from Travis; Ed Hampton from Smtih. Appeal reinstated; judgement affirmed: Richard Hall from Upshur. Reversed and remanded: J. L. Lightfoot from Travis; Richard A. Palmer from Hidalgo; J. D. Echols from Runnels. .Appellant's motion for rehearing overruled: Harry Morris from Gregg. Motion to advance submission overruled:' ' •H. P. Opp from Burnet. Submitted on state's brief: Willie Johnson from Gregg; Buck Nett.-from Upshur. Submitted on motion to reinstate appeal: Wallace Gillispie from Cass. ,Submitted on state's motion for rehearing: » Ardice. B. Ener et al from Jefferson;.' Tom Turner from Van Zaridt; John Murphy from Montague; .'A. W. Speckels from Travis. .^ Submitted on state's motion for for 'rehearing: '.M, r AlScott from Lubbock; Edna LitW«! from- McLennan; Jack Darwin front McLennan; Albert Spencer from Harrison; E. A. Carter from Smith; -W; R. Bergman form Hidalgo; Tom Franks from Travis. :-- ; , : :':-CATTfcEMAN DIES '.PORT WORTH, June 10. UP)— Thomas J, Ppstpn, well known fig- urepf. the Port Worth stockyards fbrj-:many.years and said to have known, by .sight every registered cattjev brand in the country, died here'yesterday. He was 74. For 43 years he was a brand inspector for the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers 1 association. Read., The £jews • Want-Ads. Dressmaking and fancy sewing by an expert Dressmaker. Prices reasonable, Work Guaranteed. See ,u* .fpr your , summer wardrobe, Singer Sowing {Machine Co. Pjtume m..'- *M No, Cujrte? 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