Ray A. Lemmon, Bennie L. Baines, Herman L. Bomer, Roland A. Baker, Frank E. Mann, Carl Demon, Wendel Reeves, Ira V. Hart, all ‘Mauston, and Clifton L. Jackshn of Cypress ; Pl. 2’ Wm. Houston ; Place 3*Carlton Moore, Sr., Virgil Arnold, Hoyle Hill, John H. Jenkins, all Houston ; Place 4*Robert W. Baker, A. B. Christie, J. M. Wren, James H. Campbell, Robert S. RowHelms, Paul Pressler, John Benn, Tom ICirtleY, Karl S. Adams, all Houston; PL ‘7*Criss Cole, Bill Wilson, Houston; Pl. 8Sam W., Frees, Ray Southwest Texas 23–*Stanton Stone,’ Sam Bass, Freeport ; 24 *James A. Turman, Gober, R. F. Maning Jr., Bonham ; 26Bill Hollowell, Grand Saline, Joe Hardegree, Ben Wheeler; 28Roy Selman; Latex, Earl Huffor, Huntsville, Bob Greene, Crockett ; 30B. B. Kirkpatrick, Hempstead, J. C. M. Gufton ; 32Carlton Crawford, Palacios, John Huebner, Bay City ; 34*Tom Cheatham, Cuero, Dan South Texas AUSTIN Texas’ voters, many of whom are incensed over the insurance and veterans’ land scandals, will have the choice of voting one of the biggest legislative turnovers -in state history this summer. Seventy members of the House have opposition and .41 are not ‘seeking re-election, which means there could be as many as 111 new representativesalthough such a high turnover is unlikely. The other 39 members are unopposed. The Senate turnover will be much smaller relatively, since 15 Members are holdovers and four others are un7 opposed. Two are not seeking . reelection, one is deceased, and nine have opposition, leaving a possibility of 12 new members: The biggest rush for a House post is being made in Houston, where 13 candidates have filed for the job vacated by Rep. Charles Murphy. The records were compiled by the Texas Legislative Service. Senators seeking reelection who have opponents: District 10, Doyle Willis opposed by Joe Pyle, Clarence E. Farmer, George Seaman Jr., all of Fort Worth ; 4, Johnnie B. ItOgers, opposed by H. Shireman, opposed by Bruce A. Reagan and Curtis Ford, all Corpus Christi ; 21, Abraham Kazen Jr., opposed by C.B.W. Dick, both Laredo a23, George Moffett of Chillicothe opposed by Jack Banner of Wichita Falls ; 26, 0. E. “Ozzie” Latimer, opposed by Fred A. Semaan and Henry B. Gonzales, all San_ Antonio ; 27, Rogers Kelley, Edinburg, opposed by Hubert R. Hudson, Brownsville.; 28, Kilmer B. ,Corbin, opposed by Carroll Cobb and Preston Smith, all Lubbock ; 31, Grady Hazlewood, Amarillo, opposed by James D. Crow, Canadian, Lonnie Smith, Amarillo and Wm. J. Senators asking reelection and unopposed : Dist. 5Mrs. Neveille H. Colson, Navasota ; 13, Jarrard Secrest, Temple; 18, William .S. Fly, Victoria; 29, Frank Owen III, El Paso. Senators not seeking re-election are Warren McDonald, Tyler, and Gus J. Strauss, Hallettsville. Seeking the post now held by Strauss \(DisKrueger, El Campo. Bill D. Wood, Tyler, and Grady Hogue, Athens, are candidates for the District’ 7 job_ being vacated by McDonald. Floyd Bradshaw, Weatherford, and Herman Pitts, Mineral Wells, are seeking election to the District 22 job held by the late Wayne W. Wagonseller. Hold-over senate members are A. M. Aikin, Jr., Paris, Wardlow Lane, Center, Ottie E. Lock, Lufkin, Jep S. Fuller, Port Arthur, Searcy Bracewell, Houston, George Parkhouse, Dallas, Ray Roberts, McKinney, William T. Moore, Bryan, Crawford C. Martin, Hillsboro, CaHos. ‘ shley, Llano, Jimmy Phillips, Angleton, R. A. Weinert, Seguin, David W. Ratliff, Stamford, Dorsey B. Hardeman, San Angelo, and Andy Rogers, Childress. Members of the House of Representatives who are not seeking House reelection: Lindsey, Texarkana ; Stilwell, Texarkana ; Ross Sr., Beaumont; Berlin, Port Neches ; Lee, Groves; Grim, Henderson ; Spring, Apple Springs ; Murphy, Houston ; Yancy Jr., Houston ; Bates, Houston ; Clements, Crockett ; Ward, Rosenberg ; Lane, Wharton; McNeil, Edna ; Cooper, Corpus Christi; Garrett, Raymondville ; Morgan, Kaufman ; Niemann, Yoakum ; Hardeman, Denison ; King, Dallas ; McDaniel, Waco ; Carmichall, Hillsboro ; Sayera, Fort Worth ; Smith, Fort Worth ; Cowen, Fort Worth ; Kirkham, Cleburne; Johnson, Augtin ; Heideke, Seguin ; Maverick, San Antonio; Briscoe, Uvalde ; Allen, Laredo ; Hazlett, Borger; Andis, Amarillo ; Lehman, Giddings ; Wood, Tyler ; Hogue, Athens ; Ford, Corpus Christi ; Pyle, Fort Worth BradshaW, Weatherford ; and Cobb, Lubbock. The last seven listed are seeking senate seats. Representatives seeking reelection who do not have opponents: Huffman, Marshall; Heitman, Nacogdoches; Chapman, Sulphur Spring; Puckett, Quitman; Glass, Jacksonville ; Zbranek, Daisetta ; Hutchins, Greenville ; Sadler, Percilla ; Cox, Conroe ; Cory, Victoria ; Murray, Harlingen ; Pipkin, Brownsville; Dewey, Bryan; Hughes, Sherman : McGregor Waco ; Welch, Marlin Holstein, Pandora ; Jamison, Denton ; Cox, Temple ; Talasek, Temple Jones, Austin ; Smith, San Marcos ; Mullen, Alice; Burkett, Kerrville ; Heatly, Paducah ; Latimer, Abilene ; Kelly, Afton ; Saul, Kress ; Patterson, Snyder ; Wohlford, Stratford ; Osborn, Muleshoe; Thurmond, Del ‘Rio; Bristow, Big Spring ; Anderson, Midland ; Slack, Pecos ; White, El Paso; McGregor, El Paso. In races across the state for election as representatives : \(* denotes incumDistrict 1, Place 1Cliff Vernon, -George McCoppin, Texarkana ; Place 2Ralph E. Loyd, Texarkana, L. C. Terrell, DeKalb ; 2*J. Horace Jackson, Abe M. Mays, Jr., Atlanta ; 3*George D. Ford, Bogata, J. J. Womack, Cookville ; 5 *Billy Hunt, Center, V. L. Ramsey, Beckville ; 7 *Robert Patton and James Lee Rawls, Jasper, and E. E. Shackelford, Kirbyville ; 8*Louis Dugas, Jr., Ellis R. Carter, Hugh 0. Lea, Wesley Warnell, all of Orange; 9, Place 1Rufus U. Kilpatrick, Beaumont, Al J. Gautreau, Port Arthur ; Place 2W. T. Oliver, Port Neches, Cecil Barrow, Beaumont ; Place 3D. Roy Harrington, Harley Eddingston, Jr., Port Arthur; Place 4 *Will L. Smith, Beaumont, Mrs. Marian S. Rosen, Port Arthur; East Texas 10*Amos A. Martin, -IL H. Weaver, John It. McArthur, E. R. Ausnus, all Paris ; 13*Cecil Storey, Mrs. Walter Burress, Tyler ; 15–Byron Tuamell, Dixie Smith, both Tyler, Bristol L. Whittington, Longview; 16Robert M. Allen, Sam H. Rufus IL Red, ‘Charles K. Ruth, Lufkin 19 *Frank H. Carpenter, Sour Lake, J. C. Hooks, Livingston ; 21, Pl. 1*Jean E. Hosey, Galveston, C. V. Brown of Texas City : Place 2*A. R. Schwartz, Galveston, Peter E. LaValle, Texas CitY; Houston 22, Pl. 1Thomas A. Lambright, James A. 35*Harold B. Parish, Taft, Frederick Johnand Roy Hinton, Rockport; Legislative District 36, Pl. 1Paul A. Vogler, Honest John Bagwell, M. V. Jones, Gordon Forsyth, Charlie Stevenson, all Corpus Christi ; P1. 2Calvin C. Ford, G. J. sey, all Corpus Christi ; Pl. 3*L. DeWitt Hale, *Ben A. Glusing, Kingsville, Charles E. Pratt and James I. Clark, both Corpus Christi ; 38, PL. 1 *J. T. Ellis, Jr., Weslaco, Mrs. J. Connally Kelly, Pharr; Pl. 2*Witele F. Spilman, Martin Fuentes, both McAllen ; P1. 3*Eligio “Kika” de la Garla, Mission, Raul Longoria, Edinburg; Miscellaneous 42*Robert C. Jackson, Corsicana, Joe M. Daniel, Kerens ; 43*Jack C. Bryan, Buffalo, Geo. Wm. Frier, Fairfield ; 46*Homer L. Koliba, Sr., Columbus, R. B. Spacek, Fayetteville ; 47 C. Y. Jacobs, Hallettsville, Stanley Boysen, Yoakum; 49Robert T. Rylee, Denison, Ohm It. Van Zandt, Tony Koriath, both Sherman ; 50*Capt. ney; Dallas 51, Pl. 1*john L. Crosthwait, Charles L. Tobin, Lonnie Sutherland, Ben H. Lewis, all Dallas; Pl. 2*Ben Atwell, Hutchins, Grover W. Cantrell, Dallas ; Pl. 3*Horace B. Houston, Jr., Arthur Plumb, Sidney Craft, R. K. Sutton, all Dallas ; P1. 4*Barefoot Sanders, Walter Reid, both Dallas ; Pl. 5–*Joe Pool, Cecil W. Crow, both Dallas ; Pl. 6Bob Johnson, Sam S. Barbaria, Bill Thomas, Lee Myers, all Dallas, George Harwood, Robert E. White, both Mesquite, Carl J. Schmolder, Irving, and Anson B. Brundage, Grand Prairie ; Pl. 7*Douglas E. Bergman, Robert H. Dallas; Waco, Others 52*Virginia Duff, Ferris, Charlie igg, Waxahachie; 53Thomas R. Joseph, Jr., Sam Sellers, Charles Gunn, all Waco ; P1. 3Jack Woods, Clovis Russell, both Waco, Murray Watson, Jr., Mart, Frank M. Fitzpatrick, Jr., West ; 54–Sam Covington ; 56*Herman Yezak, Bremond, Wil Dam Sherrill, McDade, Walter Schulz, Lexington 60, Pl. 1Dixon W. Holman, Don Gladden, Doyle E. Parker, Rusty Young, all Fort Worth ; Pl. 2 Person, both Fort Worth ; Pl. 3*Don Kennard, Fort Worth, Lewis E. Miller, Arlington ; Pl. 4 *Scott McDonald, B. Q. Cornelius, both Fart Worth ; P1. 5Conrad Ka_lnabacher, Handley, Frank Lanham, Sr., Tommy Shannon, both Fort Worth; Pl. 6Howard Green, John Ram field, Cowen, A. B. Griffith, both Fort Worth ; Central Texas 61Ted W. Myatt, E. Buford Isaacks, both ville, Kal Segrist, Rico; 64*O. H. 1 Mu Schram, R. Austin, Others 65, Pl. 1Wilson Foreman, Sam A. LaRue, Joe T. Steadham, Mrs. Omar Barker, all Austin ; P1. 3*O. L. Sandahl, Jr., Austin, William H. E. D. Bitting, both of New Braunfels San Antonio 68, Pl. 1–*Ed Sheridan, Joseph D. Kidwell, Jr., both San Antonio ; Pl. 2Alfred Buxton, Joe Lee Hensley, Clarence Prophit, Pearl A. Mason ., all San Antonio; Pl. 3–Marvin T.. Deane, Jim Brady, Raymond R. Russell, Jr. : Pl. 4Phil Willis, Glenn H. Kothmann, both San Antonio ; Pl. 5 *Marshall 0. Bell, Roger W. Wooldridge, both S. Smitherman, Virgil C. Clinger, all San Antonio ; P1. 7’F. S. Seelingson, James Wrr ,l. both San Antonio.; Others 69–*Bob Wheeler, Tilden, and Miss Sammie Fenoglio, G. B: Stone, David A. Ward, all Nocona ; Ruben Loftin, Henrietta, B. W. Ball, F,lectra; 72–James Tosvnsley, Decatur, Bobby Joe Tipton, James M. Cotten, both Weatherford ; 73*W. R. Chambers, May, Ben D. Sudderth, Gustine, M. Y. Stokes, Goldthwaite ; 75*Mack Allison, Mineral Wells, Harold Warford, Breckenridge, George Truett Wilson, Newcastle; 76*Paul Brashear, Cisco, Omar Burkett, Eastland; J. Bishop, Jr., Winters, Dr. Charles Mason Henner, Santa Anna, Everett J. Grindstaff, Ballinger ; 79Fred P. Turner, Jack Richardson, both Uvalde, H. 0. Niemeyer, Knippa, John W. Flanagan, Crystal City ; Dist. 80EmiRoel, all Laredo ; Dist. 81, P1. 1*Vernon J. Stewart, Wichita Falls, Clifford Brogdon, Electra; Pl. 25Kindel Paulk, Harry F. Joiner, all of Wichita Falls; West Texas min: District 86 Charles L. Ballman, Rosa J. White, 0. B. Hunt, all Borger ; 87*Grainger W.. Mcllhaney, Wheeler, Johnny Wills, Pampa; 88*Elbert Reeves, Will Ehrle, both Childress ; 91*L. L. Armor, Sweetwater, 0. H. Burkett, Jr., Rotan ; 92*W. A. Straman, Robert H. 93*J. Edgar Wilson, Mrs. Flora E,Handson, both Amarillo ; 94Ted B. Springer, S. M. Castleberry, Porter L. Oakes, .Glen C. Hatfield, Jr., all Amarillo; Lubbock 97, PL 1*Waggoner Carr, Alton Brazzell, both Lubbock Blanchard, Harold Chapman, both Lubbock; 98*J. 0. Gillham, Robert L. Bowers, Jr., both Brownfield : 99Wesley Roberts, Lamesa, Margaret Garland Noble, O’Donnell, Charles T. McRey nolds, Andrews; 10310W. G. Kirklin, Odessa, John R. Lee, Kermit; 105, PL 1*Miss Maud Isaacks and Miss Anita Blair, both El Paso ; Pl. 2*John E. UUA.IIHSHO SVXH,I, HILL Page 7 May 23, 1956 as Legislature: 1957 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS N OTICE TO THE CREDITORS .. OF HOME LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. DALLAS, TEXAS Home Life and Accident Insurance Company, Dallas, Texas, was placed in receivership by order L of the 98th District Court of Travis County, Texas, and its affairs turned over to the Liquidator for the Board of Insurance. Commissioners on March 14, 1956. The Court has ordered that all policies, contracts, and agreements under which Home Life & Accident Insurance Company was in any way bound as an insurer are cancelled as of 11:10 A. M. March 14, 1956, save and except, however, those policies and contracts of insurance on which Western Republic Life Insurance Company and Bankers General Life Insurance Company assumed liability by virtue of their respective contracts with the Receiver dated March 30, 1956, and April 6, 1956. All persons having a claim against Home Life & Accident Insurance Company are notified to present the same with legal proof thereof to me at my office in Austin, Texas, within one hundred -Blank proof of claim will be furnished on request. J. D. WHEELER, Liquidator for the Board of Insurance Commissioners P. O. Box 13 Austin 61, Texas TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Norman E. Montgomery, Chester H. Chiodo and Walter A. Montgomery, partners, doing business as Power Tools Company, intend to incorporate such firm on May 1, 1956, under the name Power Tools & Equipment Company. POWER TOOLS COMPANY San Antonio, Texas by NORMAN E. MONTGOMERY CHESTER H. CFLIODO WALTER A. MONTGOMERY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice ‘is hereby given that Fred Miller and Gerd Miller, partners. doing business as Miller Curtain Company, intend to incorporate such firm without a change of the firm name after the expiration of thirty days from thin the 24th day of April, 1956. ; . MILLER CURTAIN COMPANY San Antonio, Texas by FRED MILLER GERD MILLER THE STATE OF TEXAS To any Sheriff or any Constable within the State of TexasGREETING: You are hereby commanded to cause to be published, ONCE, not less than ten days before the return day thereof, in a newspaper printed in Travis County, Texas; the accompanying citation, of which the herein below following is a true copy\(but if there be no newspaper so printed in said county, then that you cause the said citation to be posted for at least TEN days before the return term thereof as required by CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS
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