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Texas Family Law Foundation
- Texas Family is a bi-monthly American magazine published in Sugar Land, Texas. Texas Family is subtitled "#1 Family Resource of the Republic of Texas," and as such, contains content focused on education, parenting, medical advice, women's and children's fashion, cooking, and travel, all with a
- the basis on which something is grounded; "there is little foundation for his objections"
- A body or ground on which other parts rest or are overlaid
- an institution supported by an endowment
- lowest support of a structure; "it was built on a base of solid rock"; "he stood at the foot of the tower"
- The lowest load-bearing part of a building, typically below ground level
- A woman's supporting undergarment, such as a girdle
- The system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties
- legal document setting forth rules governing a particular kind of activity; "there is a law against kidnapping"
- An individual rule as part of such a system
- Such systems as a subject of study or as the basis of the legal profession
- the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
- a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society
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Henry Jacob Lutcher (1836-1912) was a sawmiller and business partner of the Lutcher and Moore Lumber Company. His business ventures would help establish Orange, Texas as the timber-processing capital of the South in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
His parents were outstanding leaders in the industrial and financial centers of the South and Southwest. His grandfather, Henry Jacob Lutcher, founded the Lutcher and Moore Lumber Company empire in East Texas. Stark had one sister who died in youth. He attended public school in Orange and graduated from the University of Texas in 1910, with a bachelor of arts degree. During his successful business career Stark was active in banking, insurance, manufacturing, real estate, and the petroleum industry. He and his family were best known for activities in the lumber industry. Their lumber holdings extended from East Texas across South Louisiana, through the Lutcher and Moore Lumber Company; the Dibert, Stark, and Brown Cypress Lumber Company; and the Lutcher and Moore Cypress Lumber Company. Stark was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree by Baylor University in 1933, and by Southwestern University, Memphis, Tennessee, in 1938. In 1919 Governor W. P. Hobby appointed Lutcher Stark to the University of Texas Board of Regents, and he served on that board for twenty-four years, twelve years as chairman. Stark's name was added to the Longhorn Hall of Honor at the university in 1958. In 1963 he was awarded a distinguished service award by Texas Woman's University. Lutcher Stark married Nita Hill of Austin, on April 6, 1911. She died on October 11, 1939. During their marriage two sons, Homer B. H. Stark and William H. Stark II, were adopted. On April 6, 1941, Lutcher Stark and Ruby Childers were married. Ruby died July 12, 1942. Stark and Nelda Childers were married December 16, 1943. They actively continued the collection of western art, crystal, porcelain, and rare botanical books and prints, all of which are now displayed in the Stark Museum of Art. In 1961 Lutcher and Nelda Stark organized The Nelda C. and H. J. Lutcher Stark Foundation, a non-profit, charitable corporation with Stark as first chairman. He continued in that capacity until his death, when Nelda Stark succeeded her husband. The Stark Foundation now owns and operates the Stark Museum of Art, the Frances Ann Lutcher Theater, Stark Park, and the restored W. H. Stark House. The foundation continues to make acquisitions for the Stark Museum of Art when appropriate works of art are available. Other activities include funding a substantial scholarship program available to students throughout Texas and contributions to other charitable and educational activities in Texas. Lutcher Stark died on September 2, 1965, and was buried in the family mausoleum in Evergreen Cemetery in Orange, Texas.
Through These Doors...
The Axiom Houston Texas 2007 (kinda a CBGB's South). Through these doors walked some of the most significant bands of the late 80's and early 90's. Wouldn't it be cool to go back for a day. (This is a list I swiped from the Axiom Reunion website and does not include most local bands).
Alien Sex Fiend
Babes In Toyland
Bad Mutha Goose
Big Drill Car
The Buck Pets
Camper Van Beethoven
Crime & The City Solution
The Dead Milkmen
Down by Law
Fearless Iranians from Hell
The Flaming Lips
Gaye Bikers on Acid
Goo Goo Dolls
H.R. (ex Bad Brains)
The Jesus Lizard
The Lazy Cowgirls
MC 900 Ft. Jesus
Roger Miller (ex Mission of Burma)
Monks of Doom
Mother Love Bone
Mr. T Experience
Nice Strong Arm
The Rollins Band
Shudder to Think
Sister Double Happiness
Thin White Rope
Thinking Fellers Union Local #282
Three Day Stubble
Yo La Tengo
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