Journal of the House of Representatives of the Regular Session of the Sixtieth Legislature of the State of Texas, Volume 1 Page: 83
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January 12, 1967
"Our Father in heaven, though we
are experienced in the ways of men,
we know too little of Thy ways. But
Thou knowest us by name and by our
needs. We pray now that you would
turn our wayward minds and hearts
Forgive the faults and failures of
the past and make us free from them.
Forgive our slowness to see the good
in others and to see the evil in our-
selves. In our differences help us to
be kind; in our agreements help us
to be humble that Thy will might be
done through us. Amen."
(Mr. Cory in the Chair)
TO GRANT PERMISSION FOR USE
OF THE HALL OF THE HOUSE
BY THE TEXAS JUNIOR CHAM-
BER OF COMMERCE
Mr. George offered the following
H. S. R. No. 13
Whereas, Traditionally the Texas
Junior Chamber of Commerce has
provided leadership in the affairs of
government and has worked through
the years to inspire good citizenship
in the people of our State; and
Whereas, Each year the Texas
Junior Chamber of Commerce holds
a moot session of the Legislature,
with its own members filling offices
of Members of the House of Rep-
resentatives and of the Senate; and
Whereas, The House of Representa-
tives heartily endorses the aims and
ideas of the Texas Junior Chamber
of Commerce and commends its mem-
bership for the educational program
being conducted in the interests of
good government; now, therefore, be
Resolved, by the House of Repre-
sentatives of the State of Texas, That
in accordance with Section 3, Rule 1,
of the Rules of the House of Rep-
resentatives, the Texas Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce is granted permis-
sion to use the Hall of the House in
the State Capitol on Saturday, Jan-
uary 14, 1967, and again on Sunday,
January 15, in order that this or-
ganization may hold its annual moot
session of the Texas Legislature; and,
be it further
Resolved, That Members of this
House are requested to clear their
desks of all books, papers, and other
articles before the Junior Chamber
of Commerce convenes in moot ses-
sion, so that this organization may
have full use of the Chamber of the
House of Representatives.
The resolution was read and was
adopted without objection.
MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
Austin, Texas, January 12, 1967
Hon. Ben Barnes, Speaker of the
House of Representatives
Sir: I am directed by the Senate to
inform the House that the Senate
has passed the following:
S. C. R. No. 2, By Brooks, et al:
In memory of John H. Winters.
H. C. R. No. 5, By Foreman, et al:
Requesting that all state offices be
closed, beginning at 11:30 a.m. on
January 17, 1967, so that all state of-
ficials and employees may witness the
H. C. R. No. 6, By Pipkin: In-
structing the State Board of Control
to close all entrances to the Capitol
grounds to motor vehicles on Jan-
uary 17, 1967.
H. C. R. No. 7, By Slack: Provid-
ing that the expenses of the inaugura-
tion be paid out of the Contingent
Expense Fund of the 60th Legisla-
H. C. R. No. 8, By Haines of Bra-
zos: Inviting the Honorable John
Connally, Governor of the State of
Texas, to address a Joint Session on
January 18, 1967, at 11:00 a.m.
Charles A. Schnabel
Secretary of the Senate
LEAVE OF ABSENCE GRANTED
On motion of Mr. Slider, Mr. Atwell
was granted leave of absence for the
remainder of the day on account of
a death in his family.
The following Congratulatory Re-
solutions were adopted:
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