No. 13609.

340 S.W.2d 527 (1960)

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY, Appellant, v. Eleanor P. BOCK et al., Appellees.

Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Houston.

Rehearing Denied December 1, 1960.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

The Kempers, John D. Richardson, Houston, for appellant.

L. Sanborn McDowell, Floresville, for appellee Eleanor P. Bock.

Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman, Bates & Jaworski, Newton Gresham, Houston, for appellee David E. Rose.

WERLEIN, Justice.

This suit was brought by appellee, Eleanor P. Bock, against appellant, Continental Casualty Company, to recover death benefits provided in a Vacation, Business Travel (V.B.T.) accident policy, and for reformation of such policy, issued by appellant to appellee's husband, Henry C. Bock, who thereafter was killed in a military aircraft crash. Part VI, entitled "Exclusions", of the V.B.T. policy excluded from coverage any "loss, fatal or non-fatal,...

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