Texas Almanac, 1947-1948 Page: 326
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326 TEXAS ALMANAC.-1947-1948.
Christi (8-31-47), Lon C Hill, Corpus Christi
(8-31-51), Holman Cartwright, Dinero (8-31-51),
Mrs. Frank Lewis, San Antonio (8-31-49), Sam
Fore Jr, Flores~idle (8-31-47), John C. Jones,
La Feria (8-31-51)
College of Industrial Arts, Board of Regents of.
-(See Texas State College for Women, Board of
Colorado River Authority, Central, Board of
Directors of.-(1935), apptv ; 6-yr , $10 a day
on duty, nine members, W J Stevens, Coleman
(1-1-47); Leroy V Stockard, Santa Anna (1-1-
51), Frank Hudson, Novice (1-1-51), O L.
Cheaney, Santa Anna (1-1-51), Arthur Young,
Burkett (1-1-49) . George Pauley, Valera (1-1-49),
H E Evans, Talpa (1-1-49); Dr. E. L Knox,
Coleman (1-1-47) , R G Hollingsworth, Coleman
(1-1-47), secretary, Sam Cooper, Coleman (non-
Colorado River Authority, Lower, Directors of.-
(1935), appt% , 6-yr . $10 a day on duty, nine
members Chairman, Ortville Buttery, Llano (1-1-
49), secretary, A B Spires, Austin (1-1-53) ;
Charles E Crist, Blanco (1-1-53), R D Wright,
, harton (1-1-51), E A Arnum, Flatonia (1-1-
53), Percy R Hamill, Bay City (1-1-49), Sam K.
Seymour Jr , Columbus (1-1-51), W D Corder,
Burnet (1-1-51), Clay Ku.ykendall, San Saba
(1-1-49), general manager, Max Starcke, Austin
Colorado River Authority, Upper, Directors of.
-(1935), apptt , 6-yr , $10 a day on duty, nine
members H C Ragsdale, San Angelo (1-1-51),
secretary, G C Allen, Robert Lee (1-1-49), H G.
Wendland, San Angelo (1-1-49), C. S Coleman,
Miles (1-1-49), W D Holcombe, San Angelo
(1-1-47), L T Youngblood, Bronte (1-1-51, R.
M Simmons, Sweetwater (1-1-51), D R Camp-
bell, Robert Lee (1-1-47), C L Green, Winters
Commissioner of Agriculture -(1907) , elective;
2-yr , $4,200 J E McDonald, Austin (axa-
Commissioner of General Land Office.-(1836
by Constitution of Republic of Texas, 1876 by
present Constitution) , elective, 2-yr , $6,000.
Bascom Giles, Austin (1-1-49)
Compensation Claim Board (Pink Bollworm).-
(1917), apptv ; indefinite term, $5 a day and ex-
penses, three members Ernest C Johle, Clifton,
Richard M. Riley, Austin, Ralph W. Helms,
Comptroller of Public Accounts.-(1835 by Pro-
visional Government of Texas, 1876 b present
Constitution), elective, 2-yr , $6 000 George H
Sheppard, Austin (Sweetwatei) 1-1-49)
Co-operation, Texas Commission on Interstate.
-(See "Interstate Co-operation, Texas Commis-
sion on )
Concho River Water and Soil Conservation Au-
thorityr,Lower, Directors of --y r , nine mem-
bers J A Waide, Paint Rock (1-1-47), S F
Farmer, Eola (1-1-47), W B Browning, Stacy
(1-1-51), Albert Schultz, Eola (1-1-51); A P.
Freeman, Pasche (1-1-49), Frank Meixmer, Paint
Rock (1-1-49, Carlos Jones, Millersiew (1-1-49)
G Y. Lee, Eden (1-1-51), C L Stevens, Millers-
Cotton Research Committee.-(1941) ; ex offi-
cio, indefinite term, three members Gibb Gil-
christ, president, A&M College, College Station,
W M. Whyburn, president, Texas Technological
College, Lubbock, T S. Painter, president, Uni-
tersity of Texas. Austin
Crime, interstate Commission on.-(1942)
apptt by Governor, Homer Garrison, Austin;
Martelle McDonald, Big Spring, Ben Woodall,
Marshall, Judge S J Isaacks, El Paso
Dallas County Flood Control District.-(1945);
apptv three directors John M Stemmons, Dallas
(9-4-51 , Ray A Foley, Dallas (9-4-49); R H.
Smithson, Dallas (9-4-47).
Deeds, Commissioners of.-1846) ; apptv ; 2-
yr, indefinite number in other states named at
will by Governor to take acknowledgments and
proofs of the execution of any deed, mortgage or
other conv eyance of lands, tenements and heredita-
Dental Examiners, State Board of -(1919)
apptx , 6-yr , $10 a day while on duty, six mem-
bers President, Dr V C McNeil. Silsbee (5-24-
41)), secretary, Dr R T Weber, Austin (6-10-
11,, Dr B Carl Holder, Corpus Christi (6-10--171,
Dr H Arthur Zappe, Mineral Wells (5-24-49) ;
Dr M F. Webster, Dallas (6-10-51), Dr T. J.
Treadwell, Fort Worth (6-10-47),
Depository Board, State.-(1905), ex officio,
three members. Atty. Gen. Price Daniel, Treas-
urer Jesse James, Banking Commissioner L. S.
Education, State Board of.-(1928; superseded
an ex officio board created in 1866); apptv.; 6r-
r , $10 a day and expenses on duty; nine mem-
rs. Chairman, Dr. Austin M. Long, Valley Mills
(1-1-53); Vernon D. Singleton, Dallas (1-1-53);
C C Chessher, Groveton (1-1-51); Mrs. Joe Per-
kins, Eastland (1-1-51); Phil M Stevenson, Hous-
ton (1-1-53); Maco Stewart, Galveston (1-1-49);
Clyde W Hanks, Palestine (1-1-49); Herman C.
Custard, Cleburne (1-1-51); Gilbert M. Denman,
San Antonio (1-1-49)
Education, State Board of Vocational.-(1919);
ex officio, nine members This board has same
membership as State Board of Education, listed
Election Board, State.-(1876); ex officio; Gov.
Beauford H Jester, Atty. Gen. Price Daniel, Sec-
retary of State Paul H Brown
Embalming, State Board of.-(1903); apptv.;
expenses, 6-yr , six members: President, R L.
Burgess, Bowie (5-31-51), George W Loudermilk,
Dallas (5-31-49), Clyde Brannon, Lamesa (5-31-
49), secretary, Glenn Massie, McKinney (5-31-
47), Joe C. Denton, Bonham (5-31-51), Porter
Loring, San Antonio (5-31-47).
Finance Commission of Texas.-(1923 as Bank-
ing Commission, reorganized as Finance Commis-
stion, 1943) , apptv , 6-yr ; per diem and traveling
expenses Six members of banking section of
board as follows D. E. Blackburn, Victoria
(2-1-49), C A Gibner, Spearman (2-1-51); T. E.
Acker, Jacksonville (2-1-49); Walter B Ryder,
Ennis (2-1-53), Charles C Pool, Jasper (2-1-53),
Mn M Galloway, West Columbia (2-1-51). Three
members of building and loan section of board as
follows. Meredith ueen, Corpus Christi (2-1-53),
J H Ashby, Uval e (2-1-51); S. H Bever, Fort
Worth (2-1-49), Banking Commissioner, L. S
Johnson, Austin (Junction), who is appointee of
Firemen's Pension Commissioner. - (1937);
apptv ; 2-yr.; $3,600; H B. Satterfield, Austin
Firemen's Training School Advisory Board.-
(1931), apptvy. by chairman of board of directors
of A&M and president of State Firemen's Assn.,
seven members, three members of teaching staff
of A&M and four members of State Firemen's
Assn of Texas
Forester, State.-(1915); app tv. by board of
directors of A&M College; $3,000; W. E. White,
Game, Fish and Oyster Commission.-(1895),
appt , 6-yr , expenses, six members Chairman,
Murrell L Buckner, Dallas (9-1-49) ; Dr. Will E.
Watt, Austin (9-1-51), Frank Jones, Marfa (9-1-
49R, Gene A Howe, Amarillo (9-1-47), A T. Mc-
Dannald, Houston (9-1-51), Gordon F. Stew-art,
Sonora (9-1-47), executive secretary, H. D.
Dodgen, Austin (nonmember)
Golad State Park Com mlssioners.-(1931);
apptv , 6-yr , expenses, three members. Mrs.
Lottie Nell Moore, Goliad (3-25-49) ; Charles
Talbot, Goliad (3-25-51), Jack K. Hays, Goliad
Gonzales State Park Commlssioners.-(1913)
apptv , 2-yr , three members. (No recent appoint-
ments, as of April 20, 1947 )
Good Neighbor Commlsslon.-(1943) ; apptv.;
nine members: R E. Smith, Houston; Edward C
Heid, El Paso, Andres Rivera Jr, San Antonio;
William Hollis Fitch, Eagle Pass, Lloyd Bentsen,
Mission, H H Coffield, Rockdale, Jack Black-
well, Rockport, Arnulfo Zamora, Laredo; Joe M
Rose, Roaring Springs (All terms e. bpire 9-4-47.)
Executive secretary, Mrs. Pauline Kibbe, Austin
Governor.-(1845 by original Constitution, 1876
by present Constitution) . elective, 2-yr ; $12,000.
Beauford H. Jester, Austin (Corsicana) (January,
Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority. - (1933) ;
apptv , $10 a day and expenses on duty; 6-yr.,
nine members W H Smith, Victoria (2-1-49),
E A Schumann, New Braunfels (2-1-51) secre-
tary, H A Wagenfuehr, New Braunfels (2-1-51';
T A McDonald, Long Mott (2,1-51); H. M. Day-
enport, Prairie Lea (2-1-49), C F Combs, Cuero
(2-1-53), Edgar Engelke, Seguin (2-1-49); Hart-
well J Kennard, Gonzales (2-1-53), M M. Bur-
nett, San Marcos (2-1-531.
Guadalupe River Authority, Upper.-Apptv. ;
seven members. Tom Fmnlon, Hunt (1-1-49); L. T.
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