Letter from Eulalio Frausto to Joseph A. Coors, President of Adolph Coors Company, dated August 26, 1977. The letter is regarding "the unauthorized use of the name of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)".
Letter from Eduardo Morga, League of United Latin American Citizens National President, to Joseph Coors, Board Chairman of Adolph Coors Brewing Company, dated July 26, 1977. The letter refers to a LULAC boycott of Coors and requests that Joe Benites not be sent to LULAC functions as a Coors representative as he is no longer a member of LULAC.
Photocopy of letter from Paul Sedillo, President of LULAC Council 1066, to Eduardo Morga, National President of LULAC, dated July 26, 1977, presenting Articles of Impeachment against Joe Velez, California State Director of LULAC. Attached to the letter is a copy of the Articles of Impeachment notarized on July 30, 1977, citing dereliction of duty and misappropriation of funds.
Minutes from a League of United Latin American Citizens Supreme Council Meeting of June 26, 1977. Eduardo Morga presided over this meeting wherein numerous items of business were brought, including the continuance of John J. Herrera's appointment as Legal Advisor.
Letter from John J. Herrera to Joseph A. Porto regarding American Express versus League of United Latin American Citizens includes Answer to Motion for Summary Judgement and Affidavit, both signed by John J. Herrera. The letter is dated May 26, 1977.
Letter from Angel Abitua, President of League of United Latin American Citizens Council #60, dated March 26, 1977. The letter is addressed "Dear Brother" and informs the recipient of the upcoming meeting, election, and payment of dues. The reverse of the letter shows that it was sent to John J. Herrera in Houston, Texas.
Memorandum from Manuel Gonzales, League of United Latin American Citizens National President, dated September 29, 1976, and directed to LULAC Supreme Council members, regarding the appointment of Hank Aguirre as LULAC Executive Director.
Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera to Armando C. de Baca, dated July 26, 1976. The letter refers to Herrera's legal opinion regarding the matter of Leo Cardenas and approves of the submitted proposals for a special election.
Letter from Robert B. Donfeld dated April 26, 1976, and directed to Manuel Gonzales, President of the League of United Latin American Citizens. The letter directs Gonzales to the enclosed Summons and Complaint for the lawsuit of Banco Internacional versus LULAC filed in the state of Arizona. Copies of promissory notes as exhibits are also included along with a letter from Morris Herring to Manuel Gonzales dated September 2, 1975.
Reply to Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of (1) Demurrer to answer (2) Motion to Strike (3) Motion to Advance Trial Date regarding Cogswell Polytechnical College vs. League of United Latin American Citizens. Document is unsigned but dated April 26, 1976.
April 26, 1976
Berkman, William R.; Dantzker, Steven R. & Murray, William G.
Letter from Fred Hofheinz to John J. Herrera, enclosing a duplicate copy of his Order appointing him to serve on the Absentee Voting Canvassing Board for the City of Houston Bond election on April 3, 1976.
Appointment by Fred Hofheinz, Mayor, of three members to constitute the Absentee Voting Canvassing Board of the City of Houston for the Bond election to be held on April 3, 1976. The names are Buelah Shepard, John J. Herrera, and Madeleine Appel.
Letter from Kika de la Garza to John J. Herrera, dated September 26, 1975. The letter references HR 8713 and includes an attached letter from Commissioner L.F. Chapman, Jr. of the Immigration and Naturalization Service that details HR 8713.
Letter from Manuel Lozano, President of La Cronica de Texas, Inc., to all shareholders of the company, stating that due to the loan denied by the Bank of Southwest, and for lack of funds, La Cronica will have to take stringent measures to cope with the situation - to save the life and existence of La Cronica de Texas, Inc.