Hank Brown. They happily set about the task of reaping the harvest of the Connally sown seeds of dissension. This newspaper and other enemies of the national Democratic Party haVe joined forces with those presently controlling the Texas Democratic majority in a rule of ruin effort, which if successful, will not only destroy organized labor, but will set back the coalition of liberals, brasscollar Democrats, downtrodden minorities, and labor more than ten years. It will take at least that long to re-acquire the strength this group attained when it elected Ralph Yarborough to the United States Senate. I believe that labor representatives will be too intelligent to allow themselves to be manipulated in this manner and regardless of the course COPE chooses to follow in November, they will give Hank Brown, Roy Evans, and their state leaders a resounding vote of confidence. The advances made by the working people of Texas under the direction of these fine men merits such action. David G. Copeland, Landmark Bldg., Waco. Suggestion Sirs: I hope with all my heart and soul that all my students, hellion within the family of organized labor. This is being accomplished by Connally’s sending his henchmen into the various labor councils over Texas and with flattery, promises of patronage, and veiled threats attempting to set the locals against labor’s duly elected state officers. The Dallas News is gleefully reporting the results of this campaign with articles covering local labor criticism of Pastor Asks Sirs: Will someone tell me if it is a regular policy of the state highway department or contractors employed by same, to hire Negro women to do work on the highways that is normally done by men, and good strong men at that? Just the other day on a trip from Houston to Henderson. Texas, I saw colored women sodding and planting grass just out of Diboll on Highway ’79, and it was a pitiful sight.. They were apparently weary, and a colored man was driving the truck, while they worked! I stopped the car and got out, not believing my eyes. It was true! I asked them what they were being paid. They replied something like $1.15 per hour. I have seen many things in many states and places but never anything like this. Is it a common practice in Texas? As I drove off, they cried: “Pray for us Reverend.” I almost wept. Robert C. D. Tieuel Jr., Minister, P.O. Box 381, Hobbs, N.M. Sense of Shame Sirs: It was just such a group as that in Mississippi today who screamed their heads off at Pilate-“Crucify him! Crucify him!” And on one occasion he instructed them, saying-“for inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of these, ye have done it unto me.” We are not simply hypocrites, we are hating, hurting hyenas who satiate ouselves with every form of hysteria and hatefulness. Can any decent, thinking man wonder why the underprivileged populations of the world hate and fear Americans and hopefully favor a communism which at least promises them human rights and a decent way of life? There are times when I am ashamed of Americans and Christians. I am very definitely ashamed of the white ministers in Russell Purifoy Jr., 2001 Woodard, Abilene. ‘Divide and Conquer’ Sirs: Labor and friends of labor in Texas must now muster their intelligence and reasoning powers to resist a flagrant and dangerous force attempting to put them . at each other’s throats. “Divide and conquer” may be an old cliche, but it is being used by John Connally with an undated technique to destroy not only the liberal-labor group in the Democratic Party, but to encourage re MARTIN ELFANT Sun Life of Canada Houston, Texas CA 4-0686 #4,,,4,44#4444.#############.4444 OPERATION CORRECTION This 16mm sound film \(60 many Texas groups with approval. Made by the ACLU of No. Calif. to answer the HUAC film “Operation Abolition.” Rental charge $3.00 post paid. Address Dallas Educational Film Committee, Carl Brannin, secretary, 5614 Ridgedale St., Dallas, 6, Texas. LEGALS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INCORPORATE WITHOUT CHANGE OF NAME Notice is hereby given that Mose Levinson, doing business as Fiesta Furniture Co., 126 S. Santa Rosa, San Antonio, Texas, will qualify as a corporation which will continue to do business under the name of Fiesta Furniture Co., 126 S. Santa Rosa. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS. TO Abraham Harris, Robert Harris, Matilda Harris Thompson and husband Clint Thompson, Joe Thompson, Clint Thompson, Jr., Georgia Thompson, Joseph Harris, Mary Harris Denman and husband David Denman, James Harris, Bertha Harris Wilson, Mamie Harris, Reeba Harris, if living, and if dead, the legal representatives of each of said named defendants, and the unknown heirs of each of said named defendants; the legal representatives of the unknown heirs of each of said named defendants, if the unknown heirs of said named defendants are dead; the unknown heirs of the unknown heirs of said named defendants, if the unknown heirs of said named defendants are dead; Defendants, in the hereinafter styled and numbered cause: by commanded to appear before the 126th District Court of Travis County. Texas, to be held at the courthouuse of said county in the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, at or before 10 o’clock A.M. of the first Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance hereof; that is to say, at or before, 10 o’clock A.M. of Monday the 22nd day October, 1962, and answer the petition of plaintiffs in Cause Number 124,446, in which J. T. Baumgardner and Andrew Anderson are Plaintiffs and the aforesaid Defendants are the defendants. Filed in said Court on the 1st day of December, 1961, and the nature of which said suit is as follows: Being an action and Prayer by plaintiffs for Judgment for title to and possession of the following described land: Being out of and a part of the J. C. Tannehill league in Travis County, Texas, and being out of and a part of 80.81 acres surveyed by Claude F. Bush, Jr., in June 1959. Beginning at an iron stake at the west line of Springdale Road and the north line of Pecan Springs Road; Thence S 60 deg. 30′ E. 40.0 ft. and S 61 deg. 53′ E 39.62 ft. to Point of Beginning which is located at the southwest corner of the Andy Knapp tract: Thence S 61 deg. 21′ E 288.1 ft. to iron stake; Thence N 29 deg. 09′ E 231.70 ft; Thence N 29 deg. 11′ E 296.16 ft. for northwest corner of this tract; Thence S 61 deg. 10′ E more or less 2,398 ft. more or less to East line of said 80.81 acre tract; Thence along said line S 28 deg. 21′ W 52.85 ft. to an iron stake found at fence corner for an angle point in this tract; Thence continuing with the fence along the East line of Henry Harris-Joseph Allen 46 acre tract, S 28 deg. 30′ W a distance of 328.19 ft. to an iron pipe set in the North right of way line of East 19th Street, for the most Easterly southeast corner of this tract; Thence with the curving North line of East 19th Street, to the left, the chord of which bears N 83 deg. 29′ W a distance of 11.80 ft. to an iron pipe set in fence for a corner of this tract; Thence with the fence, N 58 deg. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: All persons interested in, claiming, or asserting an interest in the property described in Plaintiff’s Original Petition in this cause, Defendants, Greeting: You and each of you are hereby commanded to be and appear before the 126th District Court of Travis County, Texas, at the courthouse of said county in the City of Austin by filing a written answer at or before 10 o’clock a.m. of the first Monday next after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance hereof; that is to say, on or before 10 o’clock a.m. on Monday, the 5th day of Nov.. 1962, to Plaintiff’s Original Petition filed in said Court on the 18 day of Sept., 1962, in this cause numbered 128049 on the docket of said Court and styled the State of Texas vs. EMILIE LIMBERG, COUNTY CLERK OF TRAVIS COUNTY. ET AL., wherein the State of Texas is Plaintiff and All persons interested in, claiming, or asserting an interest in the property described in Plaintiff’s Original Petition in this cause, and Emilie Limberg, County Clerk of Travis County, Texas are Defendants. A brief statement of the nature of this suit is as follows: A suit to escheat the personal property described in said petition to the State of Texas under Articles 3272 and 3272a, Title 53, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, said property being described as follows: Eight Thousand One Hundred Dollars held in the registry of the County Court of Travis County. Texas, for various persons in various amounts. For the purpose of more fully describing said property and the respective interests therein of the last known owners, reference is made in said petition to the sworn report of said property made by 57′ W a distance of 537.06 ft. to an iron stake found at fence corner for a corner of this tract; Thence with a fence, S 28 deg. 52′ W a distance of 307.25 ft. to an iron pipe set at fence corner for a corner of this tract; Thence with the South line of the said Henry Harris-Joseph Allen 46 acre tract, as fenced N 61 deg. 24′ W a distance of 560.24 ft. to an iron pipe set at fence corner post for an angle point in this tract; Thence continuing with the fence along the South line of the said Henry Harris-Joseph Allen 46 acre tract, being also the North line of that certain tract conveyed to Albert Moehr by deed recorded in Volume 757, page 84, of the Deed Records of Travis County, Texas, N 60 deg. 56′ W a distance of 1333.40 ft. to an iron stake found at the northeast corner of said Edward Brook tract, for an angle point in this tract; Thence with the North line of the said Brook tract and the South line of the said Henry HarrisJoseph Allen 46 acre tract, N 60 deg. 23′ W a distance of 252.55 ft. to southwest corner of the East line of Springdale Road. Thence with the fence along the east right-of-way line of Springdale Road N 30 deg. 00′ E a distance of 146.23 ft. to the Place of Beginning. Plaintiff’s allege that on the 1st day of September, 1961, they were and still are the owners in fee simple of the above described tract of land, each owning an undivided one-half interest. That on said date defendant’s and each of them unlawfully entered upon said land and premises and dispossessed plaintiff’s, and unlawfully withhold from them the possession thereof, to which possession these plaintiffs were and are legally entitled. Plaintiffs further allege that they have good and perfect title to said premises under and statute of limitation of the State of Texas. Plaintiffs pray for other relief, legal and equitable, to which they may be entitled under the laws and the facts and for costs of suit. All as more fully appears from Plaintiff’s Original Petition on file in this office. If this citation is not served within 90 days after date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. WITNESS, 0. T. MARTIN, JR., Clerk of the District Courts of Travis County, Texas. Issued and given under my hand and seal of said Court at office in the City of Austin, this 6th day of September, 1962. 0. T. MARTIN, JR. Clerk of the District Courts, TravisCounty, T . By JOHN DICKSO, Deputy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO Coley Harris, Henry Harris, Ann Harris and William Harris, if living, and if dead, the legal representatives of each of said named defendants, and the unknown heirs of each of said named defendants, the legal representatives of the unknown heirs of each of said named defendants, if the unknown heirs of said named defendants are dead, the unknown heirs of the unknown heirs of said named defendants, if the unknown heirs of said named defendants are dead; Defendants, in the hereinafter styled and numbered cause: by commanded to appear before the 53rd District. Court of Travis County, Texas, to be held at the the Defendant, Emilie Limberg, et al., as holder thereof, to the Treasurer of Texas on the 27th day of December 1961, which report is annexed to and made a part of said petition. Said pro-. perty is alleged to have been reported to the State Treasurer by the holder thereof as abandoned personal property subject to escheat, to have been advertised, to have remained unclaimed for 120 days, and more, from the date said report was received by said Treasurer, and to have been so certified by said Treasurer to the Attorney General of Texas, all in compliance with Articles 3272 and 3272a, R.C.S. The prayer in said petition is “that citation be issued to all Defendants in accordance with Article 3272a, R.C.S., and that upon trial hereof, the property described herein be declared to be abandoned, escheated to, and the title thereto vested in, the State of Texas; that said Defendant who is the holder of said property be directed by the Court to deliver said property immediately to the Treasurer of the State of Texas; and Plaintiff further prays for such other and further relief, special and general, in law or in equity, to which it may be justly entitled.” The persons last known to have claitned said property \(and who are, therefore, made Defendants interests therein. in dollars and cents, are as follows: Allison, Oscar Amos-239.45; Anderson, C. Ed-Undivided interest in 168.00; Armstrong, Hershell41.66; Bray, William -Undivided interest in 168.00; Berkman, 0. F. ingsly. Beulah Mae-25.00; Boles, J. W. Undivided interest in 168.00; Bolle, Paul J. \(Unknown 16.17; Brool:s, Gwendolyn-16.17; Burke, Katie M. \(Unknown heirs 1.22; Campbell, Elise-1.22; Cant, courthouse of said county in the City of Austin, Travis County, Texas, at or before 10 o’clock A.M. of the first Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance hereof; that is to say, at or before, 10 o’clock A.M. of Monday the 22nd day of October 1962, and answer the petition of plaintiffs in Cause Number 124,447, in which J. T. Baumgardner and Andrew Anderson are Plaintiffs and Bettie Harris, a feme sole, and the hereinabove named de
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