NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF HARRY ANNIE HARDMAN, DECEASED Notice is hereby given that original Letters of Administration with the Will Annexed for the Estate of HARRY ANNIE HARDMAN were issued on Apr11 24, 1986 in Cause No. 1767 pending in the Probate Court of Goliod County, Texas, tot MAURY MAVERICK, JR. The residence of such Administrator with the Will Annexed is flexor County, Texas. The post office address Ls: % Herschel Bernard ISO AMOriC811 Security Life Building 745 East Mulberry San Antonio, Texas 78212 All persons having claims against this Estate which is currently being administered are required to present them within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. DATED the 28th day of May, 1986. MAURY MAVERICK, JR. 07,e-6-C Attorney for the Estate Robert Capa, photographer. Cordoba front, Spain, 1936. Falling Loyalist Soldier. Estate of Robert Capa. SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR CAPA IN AUSTIN Robert Capa: A Retrospective, 1932-1954, will be on view at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum from June 7 through August 10. The exhibit is sponsored by the International Center of Photography. More than half of the 160 images to be displayed have never been exhibited before. Forty vintage prints of Capa’s finest photographs of the Spanish Civil War will be included along with a sampling of the work Capa did for Life magazine in the 1930s and 1940s, pictures of Parisian children, and portraits of Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Paul Robeson among others. The LBJ Library and Museum is at 2313 Red River Street, Austin, TX 78705. For more information, call Gary Yarrington at 5279. ART IN FORT WORTH People of the Forest: Photographs of the Maya by Gertrude Blom will run through June 22 at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth. Ms. Blom has lived among the Maya people in Chiapas, Mexico, for over 40 years, and this exhibition consists of 65 black and white photographs. Also at the Amon Carter Museum will be Contemporary Texas: A Photographic Portrait, 150 photographs documenting Texas in the 1980s running from June 28 through August 24; the first major show devoted solely to the watercolors of Winslow Homer, Winslow Homer’s Watercolors, will continue through July 27. CHILDREN’S FILMS The Children’s Summer Film Series will begin at the Laguna Gloria Art museum on June 13 and will continue through August OBSERVANCES. June 14, 1855 Robert M. -Fighting Bob” LaFollette born. June 16, 1873 Susan B. Anthony arrested for voting. June 17, 1972 Watergate break-in. June 18, 1954 Guatemalan government overthrown in CIA-sponsored coup. June 19, 1865 Proclamation issued declaring all Negro slaves in Texas free. June 19; 1953 Ethel and Julius Rosenberg executed. June 25, 1938 Congress grants workers protection in -Fair Labor Standards Act. June 26, 1947 Department of Defense created. June 27, 1905 founded. 8. The series includes examples of cel, picturebook and clay animation, classic films, and children’s stories. The films are on Friday mornings at 9 a.m., 10:15 a.m.. and 11:30 a.m. at Laguna Gloria Art Museum, 3809 West 35th Street. Austin. tX 78763. For more information call Molly FREEZE’ CAMPAIGN The third annual Texas Nuclear Freeze Campaign conference and business meeting will be held in Fort Worth June 20-22. There will be workshops, seminars, skills training. and the business meeting with revision of by-laws and election of the new board on Sunday, June 22. Most activities and accommodations will be at the Catholic Renewal Center, 4503 Bridge, Fort Worth. Check-in and registration will be on June 20 and the morning of June 21 with fees ranging from $20-50. For more information contact Texas Nuclear Freeze Campaign, 5347, BACK TO THE PRAIRIE The Native Prairies Association of Texas will host the Tenth North American Prairie Conference at the Texas Women’s University campus in Denton June 22-26. This is the first of the biennial conferences to be held in Texas and will, be focused on the state’s diminished prairies and the attempts being made to restore and preserve them. The theme of the conference is “The Prairie: Roots of Our Culture, Foundation of Our Economy” and will include speakers, symposia, workshops, and field trips. And, of course, a Texas-style barbecue. Invited speakers include Garrison Keillor of the “Prairie Home Companion” radio show, Texas Agricultural Commissioner Jim Hightower and Texas Land Commissioner Garry Mauro. For more information contact Arnold Geoffrey Stanford, Greenhills Environmen0660; Fred Smeins, Texas A&M Range PANTEX PILGRIMAGE It is time for the yearly pilgrimage to Pantex, the plant near Amarillo which makes all the nuclear warheads in the U.S. arsenal. This year’s peace vigil will be held .there August 8 through August 10 and will include workshops, lectures, and civil disobedience. As in past years there will be bike-forpeace pilgrimages to the vigil from cities in Oklahoma. New Mexico. and Texas. For more information contact Ed Kale, 503 S. 6073; Jimi Clark, 5602 Rutherglenn, HousStockwell, 907 Holly Bluff, Austin, Tx 22 JUNE 13, 1986
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