The Dallas Journal, Volume 53, 2007 Page: 79
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Henry Pollack Trunk Company
That I, HENRY POLLACK, of said State and County being of sound and disposing mind and
memory, do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking any and all other wills by
me at any time heretofore made.
FIRST: I direct that all of my just debts, including funeral expenses and expenses of last sickness, be
paid out of my estate by my Executrix hereinafter named as soon after my death as can conveniently be
done without injury to my estate.
SECOND: I hereby give, devise and bequeath to my wife WALULA POLLACK all the property of
which I may die seized and possessed, whether the same be real personal or mixed, and wheresoever the
same may be located, the same to vest in and to be held and owned by her absolutely and in fee simple title
and to be used, enjoyed and disposed of by her in such manner as she may see fit and proper, without
remainder over to any person or persons whomsoever.
THIRD; I hereby, constitute and appoint my wife WALULA POLLACK as Executrix of this my last
will and testament and direct that no bond or other security be required of her as such.
FOURTH: I direct that no other action shall be had in any court in the settlement of my estate except
the probate of this my will and the return and filing of an inventory, appraisement and list of claims as is
directed by law.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I hereunto set my hand this 1St day of November A. D. 1934 in the
presence of CATHLENN SMITH and C. K. BULLARD, both of Dallas County, Texas, and both of whom
attest the same, at my request, as witnesses, in the presence of each other and to each of whom I declare
this instrument to be my last will and testament."
(Signed) "Henry Pollack
The above instrument was here now subscribed by Henry Pollack, Testator, in our presence and we at his
request, and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, sign our names hereto as subscribing
witnesses, the said Henry Pollack having declared to us in our presence that said instrument is his last will
Done this 1St day of November, A. D. 1934."
(signed) "C. K. BULLARD
(signed) "CATHLEEN SMITH"
and the court further finds that there is no controvertable issue raised by any evidence, upon such point, or
as to decedent's soundness of mind or as to his testamentary capacity,
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed by the court that the proponent, Mrs. Walula Pollack be and
she is hereby confirmed as Independent Executrix of the will and estate of the said Henry Pollack,
deceased; that she shall not be required to give any bond or other security as such; that letters testamentary
be granted and issued to her, the said Mrs. Walula Pollack, as such; and that no other action shall be had in
any court in the settlement of the estate of said decedent except the probate of his will and the return and
filing of an inventory, appraisement and list of claims of his estate, as is provided by law.
And it appearing to the court that C. G. Cloud, John A. Kettle and Sid Pulliam are
citizens of Dallas County, Texas, and are disinterested persons in the estate of said decedent: It is therefore
ordered, adjudged and decreed by the court that they be and are hereby appointed as appraisers to appraise
the estate, both real and personal, of said decedent, and that any two of them may act in so doing.
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed by the court that the proponent, Mrs. Walula Pollack, as
Executrix of the will and estate of Henry Pollack, deceased, do have and recover of and from the
contestants, Mrs. Lottie Hart, Joseph Pollack Bernard Sam Freefield, Mrs. Esther Hirsch, Henry A.
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