The Dallas Journal, Volume 53, 2007 Page: 69
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Henry Pollack Trunk Company
judgments be reversed and the cause remanded to the District Court with instructions, and said report
together with the record in the cause having been duly considered and the judgment as recommended by the
Commission of Appeals having been approved by the Court, it is therefore ordered adjudged and decreed
that the judgments Of the Court Of Civil Appeals and District Court be reversed and the cause remanded to
the District Court with instructions to enter judgment In accordance with
FRIDAY MAY 27th, 1932.
the opinion of this Court; that Charles Pollack do have and recover of and from Henry Pollack and his
sureties, E. M. Pulliam, J. S. Pulliam, E. J. Gannon, Jr., and W. P. Donalson, all costs in this behalf
expended in this Court, the Commission of Appeals, the Court of Civil Appeals and District Court, and this
decision, with a copy of the opinion herein delivered, be certified to the District Court for observance.
Wherefore we command you to observe the order of our said Supreme Court in this behalf, and in all
things to have it duly recognized, obeyed and executed.
WITNESS: the Hon. C. M. Cureton, Chief Justice of our said Supreme Court, with
the seal thereof annexed, at the City of Austin, this the 23rd day of May A. D. 1932.
F. T. Connerly, Clerk
By J. P. Byrne, Deputy.
TUESDAY JULY 8th 1932
CHARLES POLLACK IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DALLAS COUNTY,
VS. 101st JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TEXAS
Entered June 25th 1932 , as of June 5th 1928.
This day came on regularly to be (xxx) Plaintiff for judgment to be entered herein in accordance with
mandate of (xxx) from the Supreme Court of the State of Texas and opinion of the Honorable Commission
of appeals made part of said mandate, at which time came all parties Plaintiff and Defendant, by counsel.
The Court having considered said motion and the computations are the evidence offered in support thereof,
and having computed the accounts which the Plaintiff is entitled to recover herein, is of the opinion and so
(a) That this suit was instituted August 5, 1926, and tried as of June 5, 1928 that the earliest monthly
payment receivable herein will be amount due as of September 1, 1922, and that the total amount such
monthly payments unpaid by Defendant for the period, September 1, 1922 to and including June 1,
1928, aggregates to the sum of $17,916.66
That the total amount of interest on each of said monthly payments, from time the same, became
due to and including June I, 1928 at 60/o aggregates the sum of $2,399.72
That the total amount of interest accruing at 6 % on said total sum of unpaid monthly payments,
and interest from June 5, 1928, to and including the
entry of this judgment aggregates, the sum of $4,943.53
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