Texas Almanac, 1947-1948 Page: 329
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STATE OFFICIALS 329
San Antonio River Canal and Conservancy Dis-
trict.-(1943); apptv.; 6-yr., nine members
Chairman, W. B. Tuttle, San Antonio (5-5-49),
secretary, E H. Kifer, San Antonio (5-5-49),
John Weber, Goliad (-5-5-49), John C Merchant,
Floresville (5-5-51); Reagan Houston, San Anto-
nio (5-5-51); B B. McGimsey, San Antonio (5-5-
51); P. D. Mathis, San Antonio (5-5-47). M. L.
Roark, San Antonio (5-5-47); Alf B Schroeter,
San Jacinto Conservation and Reclamation Dis-
trict, Board of Directors of.-(1937) ; apptv , $10
a day and expenses while on duty, six members
President, W G Hall, Dickinson (10-16-45), sec-
retary, Charles R Scott, Dycus (10-16-47) , C A.
Deese, Planterstille (10-16-45), F N Reed, Bay-
town (10-16-49); Doyle F. McAdams, Huntsville
(10-16-47), Seth W Dorbandt, Conroe (10-16-49),
general counsel, James V. Allred, Houston (non-
San Jacinto State Park Commission.-(1907)
apptv , 2-yr , three members' J Perry Moore,
Houston (5-23-45), Miss Mary Todd, Houston
(5-23-45), Will Kendall, Houston (5-23-45)
Secretary of State.-(1836 by Constitution of
Republic of Texas, 1876 by present Constitution),
apptv , $6,000, 2-yr.. Paul H. Brown, Austin
Secretary to the Governor.-Apptv.: W. H. Mc-
Soil Conservation Board, State.-(1939), elected
by convention in each of flie state districts cre-
ated by State Soil Conservation Act, 5-yr , $10 a
day and expenses, five members' Dist No 1,
Sid J Payne, Tulia, May, 1949, Dist No. 2,
H K Fawcett, Del Rio, May, 1948; Dist No 3,
Walter W Cardwell, Luling, May, 1950, Dist.
No. 4, J P Martin, Martinsville, May, 1947;
Dist No 5, C M Caraway, De Leon, May, 1951.
State Securities Commissloner.-(1935) , apptv.
by Secretary of State to run concurrently with
Secretary of State office; $3,600, 2-yr , Leo Dar-
ley, Austin (Dallas).
State Teachers Colleges, Board of Regents of.-
(1911), apptv., $5 a day and expenses, 6-yr ;
nine members: President, V A Collins, Liing-
ston (1-10-51), R L Thomas, Dallas (1-10-53,
Mrs. J. K Beretta, San Antonio (1-10-51), Wil-
ham L Kerr, Midland (1-10-51), Walter F.
Woodul, Houston (1-10-53); Meli n C Eidson,
Luling (1-10-53), H. L Mills, Houston (1-10-49),
S A Kerr Jr., Jacksonville (1-10-49), Newton S.
Harrell, Claude (1-10-49); secretary, H. A Tur-
ner, Austin (nonmember).
Superintendent of Public Instruction, State.-
(1866), elective; $5,000; 2-yr L. A. Woods,
Austin (Waco) (1-1-49).
Tax Board, State.-(1905); ex officio; no com-
pensation. three members, Comptrller George H.
Sheppard, Secretary of State Paul H. Brown, Atty.
Gen Price Daniel
Teachers Retirement System of Texas, State
Board of Trustees to Administer.-(1937) , ex-
penses; 6-yr , six members-two ex officio, one
apptv, by State Board of Education and three
apptv by Governor, each being one of three hgh-
est in election held by retirement system members;
chairman is the chairman of the State Board of
Control (ex officio), a vacancy as of April 28,
1947. Other members are George B Butler, Austin
(Dallas) (ex officio member as chairman of State
Life Insurance Commission): Dr George B Wil-
cox, College Station (8-31-47), Miss Quata Woods,
Dallas (8-31-51), Irvin McCreary, Temple (7-6-49)
(by Board of Education); Allen H Hughey, El
Paso (8-31-49), executive secretary, Mrs B. B.
Sapp, Tribune Bldg, Austin (nonmember).
Texas National Guard Armory Board.-(1935);
ex officio, expenses; 6-yr , five members Chair-
man, Lt Gen John A. Hulen, Palacios (4-30-45);
Maj Gen Preston A Weatherred, Dallas (4-30-
49), Maj Gen Claude V Birkhead, San Antonio
(5-1-48), Brig Gen. Walter B Pyron, Houston
(5-1-46), Brig. Gen. Robert O. Whiteaker, Austin
Texas State College for Women, Board of
Regents of.-(1901), apptv ; expenses, 6-yr ;
nine members Chairman, S B Whittenberg,
Amarillo (1-10-53), secretary, Mrs George Waver-
ley Briggs, Dallas (1-10-51), Mrs Charles F Ash-
croft, Sulphur Springs (1-10-51), W. P. Hamblen,
Houston (1-10-53); Mrs Albert G. Walker, Aus-
tin (1-10-49), Maury Pollard, Beaumont (1-10-49);
Isaac D Newton, Seymour (1-10-49), Carl Runge,
San Angelo (1-10-51), one vacancy as of April 19,
Texas State University for Negroes, Board of
Directors of.-(1947) ; appty , 6-r . nine mem-
bers. Major T Bell, Beaumont (2-1-51), J K
Brim, Sulphur Sprines (2-1-49) , Craig Cullinan,
Houston (2-1-53), Charles K Detall, Kilgore
(2-1-49), Dr. J N R Score. Georgetown (.-1-
53), Dr W R Banks, Prairie View (2-1-53),
Dr M L Edwards, Hawkmns (2-1-51 , Ret I B
Loud, San Antonio (2-1-49)0, Ben Morgan, Corsi-
Texas Technological College, Board of Directors
of.-(1923), apptv , 6-yr, nine members Chair-
man, Charles C Thompson, Colorado City (2-19-
51), Charles W Wooldridge, Dallas (2-19-53),
Mark McGee, Fort Worth (2-19-51) , Leon Ince,
Houston (2-19-53)1, Chanslor E Weymouth, Ama-
rillo (2-19-53), O B Rathliff, Lubbock, (2-19-49).
Kyle Spiller, Jacksboro (2-19-49) , A G (Pat)
May se, Paris (2-19-5 i , Robert B Price, E1 Paso
(2-19-49), secretary, W. T. Gaston, Lubbock (non-
Textbook Committee.-(1929), apptv by State
Board of Education, $10 a day and expenses on
duty, indefinite term, five members J O. Nash,
Cayuga, J B Bright, Cleburne, Oscar Miller,
San Antonio, Mrs W A. McDavid, Amarillo,
Mrs Gladys Tolbert, Midland
Treasurer, State -(1835 by Protisional Govern-
ment of Texas. 1876 by present Constitution) ,
electie, 2-yr . $6,000: Jesse James, Austin (Cam-
Unemployment Compensation Commission, Texas.
-(1936), apptv , 6-yr , chairman and executive
director. $7.5300 a year, others $6,000 a year,
three members Chairman and executive director,
Harry Benge Crozier (employers), Austin (11-21-
52), Robert - McKinley (labor), Austin (11-21-
50), T. Bullock Hyder, Lewisville (11-21-48)
Uniform State Laws, National Committee on.-
(See Laws, National Committee on Umform
University of Texas, Board of Regents of.-
(1881), apptv , expenses, 6-yr.; nine members
Chairman, Dudley K Woodward, Dallas (1-10-
49), Da.id I Warren, Panhandle (1-10-49); Mrs.
Margaret Batts Tobin, San Antonio (1-10-49), Ed
B Tucker, Nacogdoches (1-10-51); Ernest E.
Krkpatrick, Brownwood (1-10-51), Dr. C O. Ter-
rell. Fort Worth (1-10-51), W Scott Schreiner,
Kerrvlle (1-10-53). James W Rockell. Houston
(1-10-53), W E Darden, Waco (1-10-53), secre-
tary, Betty Anne Thedford, U of T Board of
Regents office, Austin 12 (nonmember)
Veterans' State Service Officer.-(127), apptv
by Adjutant General with consent of Governor,
$3,000, 2-yr , A O Willman, Austin
Veterinary Medical Examiners, State Board of.
-(1911, apptv , $10 a day and expenses on
duty, 2-yr , sex en members President, Dr J K
Northway, Kingsville (1-17-47), secretary. Dr
N. A. Cox, Lubbock (1-17-47) Dr A C Burns,
Cleburne (1-17-47), C W Neal, San Antonio
(1-17-47). Dr J W Barton, Temple (1-17-47).
Dr Charles Koberg. San Angelo (1-17-47), Dr.
H. K. Maier, Beaumont (1-17-47)
Washington State Park Commission.-(1923) ;
apptv , 2-yr , fite members Ewing Norwood,
Natasota (2-29-44), Mrs. Stella Brosig, Nata-
sota (2-29-44), Mrs E P. Anderson, Brenham
(2-29-44), Mrs A W Green, Brenham (2-29-44),
Herman Zschappel, Brenham (2-29-44)
Water Engineers, State Board of.-(1913),
apptv. ; $4,200; 6-yr ; three members H A Beck-
with, Eagle Pass (8-19-51), E V Spence, Austin
(Big Spring) (8-19-47), John W Pritchett, Austin
(8-19-49); secretary, A. W. McDonald, Austin
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