Official report to the House of Representatives of the 58th Legislature of Texas Page: 81 of 94
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Q. Now, in connection with the investigation on L. D. Murphy,
have you had occasion tb examine certain bank records in
the Buckner's State Bank in Dallas, Texas?
Q. And now, I show you copies of two checks drawn on the
Buckner State Bank dated February 24, 1962, payable to
cash for $3,000 signed by Robert V. Jobe and a check dated
February 23, 1962 drawn on the Buckner State Bank in Dallas
for cash for $3,500, signed by Robert V. Jobe?
A. Yes, sir.
Q. Have you examined the endorsement on the back of both those
A. Yes, sir.
Q. What does that endorsement show?
A. L. D. Murphy, 2306 Duane, Kilgore, Texas.
Q. Now, do you know where those checks were negotiated?
A. In Hot Springs, I believe, Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Q. Do you know where in Hot Springs they were negotiated?
A. I believe it was at some reported gambling place.
This was another link in the chain tying L. D. Murphy and Robert V. Jobe.
The relationship of Judge David Moore and Robert V. Jobe was then inquired
Q. And now, we have had previous testimony here by Judge
David C. Moore, Longview, concerning this relationship
with Robert V. Jobe. He testified that he did not know
Robert V.. Jobe. Do you recall that testimony?
A. I recall Judge Moore testifying, I am not particularly clear
that he actually testified to that particular item.
Q. In the course of your investigation, have you had occasion to
uncover a check from David C. Moore to Robert V. Jobe?
A. Yes, sir. I have.
Q. Where did you discover that check?
A. At the Tyler Bank
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Texas Legislature. House of Representatives. General Investigating Committee. Official report to the House of Representatives of the 58th Legislature of Texas, book, 1963; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth5869/m1/81/: accessed April 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .