Letter from Frank E. Johnson, Assistant Director, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security, to John J. Herrera regarding receipt of a copy of the letter dated December 12, 1961 sent to Senator John Tower about the action of the Department of Labor in the Slaton, Texas area.
Date: December 26, 1961
Creator: Johnson, Frank E. (Frank Eubank), 1899-1989
Onionskin paper carbon copy of letter from John J. Herrera to Tony Campos, District Governor, District I discussing candidates for the candidates running for National President of LULAC. Herrera writes that he supports Felix Tijerina as his council had been instructed to vote for Felix but his loyalty would be to Frank Pinedo. Herrera congratulates Campos on the formation of two councils and expresses his desire to see Campos at the National Convention.
Letter from Luciano Santoscoy to John J. Herrera. Santoscoy thanks Herrera for his support on the LULAC Refugio Council. Santoscoy informs Herrera that Tony Campos, of Lubbock, Texas, was interested in the formation of a council and asks Herrera to follow up with Campos to give guidance and more information on the formation of a council. In a handwritten note at the bottom, Santoscoy says, "P.S. Please give me your valued opinion on the LULAC Committee their Duties and Functions booklet that I wrote and National Office distributed to all councils."
Letter from Tony Campos to John J. Herrera asking for Herrera's support for Frank Pinedo's re-election as National President. Campos is Pinedo's campaign manager and is asking Herrera to give the supporting or closing nomination speech. "In your hands you have the future of LULAC." Campos also writes to catch up and let Herrera know of how he is doing in Lubbock, Texas. "I am doing o.k. I got two secretaries. Not bad, eh Johnny [...] You know yourself Johnny...that when the people of Mexican descent need us, sometimes we have to sacrifice our personal life in order to help those who mostly need help."