San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1946 Page: 1 of 8
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EVERY ISSUE A BOOST FOR SIN TON AND SAN PATRICIO COUNTY
SINTON, SAN PATRICIO COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1946
County Board Applies For Vets Vocational School
TRAINING PROGRAM FOR VETERANS
SOUGHT BY SAN PAT OFFICIALS
The Sah Patriciof County School
Board. ,in a meeting at the Court
House Monday morning, voted ap-
proval. to setting up a vocational
training progrj a for veterans in
the county and made application to
■ the .Veterans Administration for
authorization and acceptance.
* C. D. Parker, district supervisor
of vocational agriculture for Dis-
trict -TO. of Kingsville, was intro-
duced by Frank Curlee, chairman,
to explain the vocational training
program and how it is working in
SO other counties In Texas. .... ,,„,x
The training program will make
it possible for returned veterans to
learn a trade and receive all bene-
fits set up by the GI Bill of Rights.
A monthly tuition of $25 will be
paid directly to a board delegated
with,authority to conduct and main-
tain the school. The veteran, while
receiving this training will also
be paid by the Veterans Administra-
tion on the same basis as if he was
attending an accredited institution,
$65 if Single and $90 married. Most
every type of vocation will be. of-
fered providing that there is enough
demand for same. v;,
A supervisor will be appointed by
the board to coordinate the efforts
of the various teachers in the many
communities. Until such time as
there is need for a supervisor or
coordinator it will be the respon-
sibility of the delegated authority,
usually an appointed board, to con-,
duct the school. It was pointed
out that the program will be made
available to each town in the coun-
ty wheie there is enough demand
for such training and the veteran
may attend school in any commun-
ity where his particular trade is
This makes it possible for the
average veteran to learn while prac-
ticing his vocation and along with
the training on , the job program
should solve problems of most vet-
erans that were unable to leave
home to pursue their studies at
some state school.
A teacher under the set-up will
be required to spend at least 40
hours a week with instructees. of
which there will not be over 25 for
the instructor, lending more per-
sonal instruction in each case. Ev-
ery .veteran under the program will
be required to attend at least four
hours of class instruction each
month and a minimum of a re-
maining. 24 hours a week in- learn-
ing his trade or iff a shop.
Veterans interested-in making ap-
plication for this training will be
required to contact Tom Nary, ser-
vice officer and make application
: U>. the VeteransAdministration for
approval. Nary makes visits to
the various tqwns in the county on,
certain days each week and is a-
vailable to 'all veterans at his of-
fice in the court house. «,
Following the meeting of many
interested parties, including mem-
ber of the county school, board, su-.
perintendents of the various school
systems and'. American Legion rep,
resentatives; the county board,
composed of. the following: Frank
Curlee, chairman, Floyd Scull of
Odom, C. C. Carroll of Portland. C.
A: Mae.dgen of Mathis, Earl Vick-
ers of Sodville and Mrs. Jewell
Schley, secretary, met in private
session to vote approval of the
training plan. The county school
board delegated authority to an
appointed board composed of seven
members including: County Agent
R. R. Gibb, president; H. T. Faulk,
superintendent of Aransas Pass
schools; J. H, Stamper, superinten-
dent of the Taft schools; R. H.
Brannan, local school superinten-
dent, R. T. Ritch, superintendent
•f the Mathis schools, H. W. Hern-
don, superintendent of the Odem
schools and County School Super-
intendent Mrs. Jewell Schley, sec-
Elton Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Ford, of Taft, was appoir f d
by the cOunty training board Mon-
day. afternoon as a teacher. Ford*
a former Lt.-Commander in the
Navy, is a graduate of Texas A &
M College and was an agricultural
teacher in the Floresvilie schools
before entering, the service.
R. Kunitz, Pioneer Merchant, Dies Here Sunday
Countv HD Clubs
Ship Food For
OPA To Hold Three j Local Baptists to
Meetings in Corpus
Three meeting will be held in
Corpus Christ! .by the Office of
Price Administration op Jurfe 6, to
acquaint producers and shippers
of grain sorghums with price
changes, and to “educate” dealers
who sell new cars on the regulation
covering their sale, according to
on announcement by "William E.
Dozier, head of the consumer dur-
ables Section of tho OPA district
headquarters in San Antonio.
Two of the • meetings, these re-
garding grain sorghums, will be
conducted by F. C. Tomlinson, head
of . the consumer materials section
of the regional OPA in Dallas. The
first meeting will be held in the
Marine Room of the Nueces Hotel
on Thursday, June" 6, at two p.m.
for country shippers of grain sorg-
hums in the Corpus Chrisei area,
insluding surrounding counties. The
secotid meeting is slated for eight
p. m. in the Marine Room, all far-
mers producing grain sorghums in
this, section are urged to attend.
Important price changes will be
Dozier will conuct a meeting for
dealorB who sell new automobiles
at four p.m. June, at the Chamber
of Commerce,, in Corpus Chrlstl.
Union at Dallas
To Sponsor Dance
Petty Jean Dyer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. . Julius Dyer, and Joe
Smith,, Young People’s director of
the First Baptist church/ will rep-
resent district No. 5 at the State
meeting of the Baptist. Training
Union that will be held in Dallas
June 18. Betty Jean will enter the
Sword Drill, and• Smith will enter
the Better Speech Contest that will
Miss Elaine Hill of Taft will be
the other representative. The con-
testants will be accompanied to
Dallas by the Rev. and Mrs. Earl
Hill of Taft, and the .Rev. J. W.;
Burns, pastor of the Refugio Bap-
To Be Held Monday
Local Youths Picked
To Boys’ Camp
Twb Slnton boys, *L. M. Huff. Jr.,
son of the Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Huff,
end Stanley Dean Brittain, son of
' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brittain, have
been selected t orepresent the boys’
organization of the Blanco district
at the Boys’ Camp that will con-
vene at Lenders from the 17 to 21.
The two boys were named at a
meeting of -the District Board that
was held in Alice last Friday after-
noon. The two local representatives
will be among eight boys selected
from this district to the Lender's
Mrs. M. J. TidweU, local worker,
who served as secretary • of Young
People’s" work, attended the board
meeting. Others from this section
serving on the board are: Mrs. H.
O. Ward, Corpus Christ!; Mrs. W.
W. Toland, and Mrs. H. C. Hunt,
The American Legion Post 231,
will have a get-together with ail
Legionnaires and their wives at the
Community , Club House Mon-
evenihg at 8 o’clock
All members .of the James' C.
McNeil Post 231 are urged to-be
prepent for the social and business
meeting. The 1646 Hudson, which
is to be given away, has been er-
ceived and plans must be made for
the donation time and place.
Those in charge of arrangements
for the meeting indicate that there
will be plenty of refreshments,
games, dancing, and good fellow-
ship for those in attendance.
San Patricio County Home Dem-
onstration Clubs have collected and
shipped eight and one half cases of
foods, including baby food, milk,
meat, etc., and collected eight boxes .
of clothing fo reverseas relief, was
revealed at the monthly meeting of
the County Council, Tuesday- af-
ternoon, according to the report by
Mrs. B. L- Ledbetter.
Mrs. J. C. Carroll, of Taft, pre-
side at the meeting” and the fol-
lowing reports were made: treas-
urer, JMrs. Truman Helen; Mark-
eting, Mrs. Jessie Stone of Mathis,
who said that plans, had been made
to secure peaches for canning, also
for buying satin cooperatively to be
made into comforts. Educational—
Mrs. B. L. Ledbetter, of Eads Club,
who announced plans for testing
pressure cookers In the St. Paul
community sometime during this
month, which would be meeting one-,
of the goals set for 1946. She also
reviewed “Powerful Farm Unions—
A Myth,’’ taken from the Texas
Agriculture,” Home Demonstration
and Farm Magazine.
The. chairman was elected dele-
gate to the state meeting HD Asso-
ciation that will be held in Amar-
illo August 14-16. Alternatesjfl^m-
ed were, Mrs. John Clemmons,
Mathis * and Mrs. J. H, Northam,
Ingieside. All expenses to the meet-
ing will be paid by the Council, was
Mrs. Ledbetter in charge of spe-
cial relief work, reported that the
following lists of food .and clothing
had been collected: from the Eads
Club: one 48 can case bf canned
mixed fruits, baby food; and one
large box of cotton goods for the
MatliiS Club—Three boxes cotton
goods, one case canned tomatoes,
one case pork and beans, and one
case carnation milk.
St. Paul Club—One case canned
1 Taft—Two cases canned milk, and
four boxes of clothing.
West Portland—One half case of
Portland—Ohe case- canned baby
The shipment .of surplus home
canned. fobd was stressed by club 1
The announcement was also made
of the meeting of the County Fed-
eration of Women’s Clubs that will
be held at the West ’Portland
school house Friday, . June 14 at
Mis; Jim Meador.of,Odem, Home
Supply Fool^S Demonstrator, and
Mrs. Lynn Lowe, both of-the Odem
elhb. showed a display of canned
fruits and vegetables, including:
whole and snapped beans, squash,
piMeapple, strawberries, beets, corn'
and tomato ’juice,,' The two mem-
bers have, Canned a total of 810
pints this year.
Mrs. H. L. Bedwelj, president of
the Aransas Pass club' reported that
six members of that club had al-
ready processed 1,223 containers of
food this season.
The James <P McNeil Post 231
of the American Legion will spon-
sor a benefit dance at the Cohi-
munity Club House Thursday-night,
June 20, with the Rhytlvmairs, KW-
BU, Corpus Christi orchestra, furn--
ishing the music.
. The RhythmairS are a well-known
string band ain this area, having,
their own program over .radio sta-
tion kWBUV Corpus Christi, each
evening from 7 to 7:30 o'clock.
W. F. Joseph Out
For Sheriff of
San Pat County.
W. F. < (Floyd) Joseph, present
chief deputy, Wednesday morning
authorized The News to announce
his candidacy for nomination to the
office of Sheriff of San Patricio
County, subject to the will of the
voters in the Democratic primary
election to be held in July.
Mr. Joseph's statement, which is
All of the regular deputies under
Sheriff J. E .Holbrook and many of
(his friends have asked me to run
fo rsheriff and I have decided to
make the race. I think the people
of this county know that the sher-
iffs office under J. E. Holbrciok
was run in an -impartial and honest
way for the benefit of ail the people.
I was born irt Williamson County,
Texas, forty seven years ago, am }
married and have, four children. I
served in World War I, A. E. F.
France and Germany, am a member
of the American Legion and V. F.
W, and have lived in San Patricio
County tw’enty-five years. I have
been the late Sheriff J. E. Hol-
brook's Chief Deputy since Oc-
tober of 1944.
I've always been a working fnar\
and I'm. not a politician With a
platform and a lot of promises. All
that I can say is that if the people
elect me. I will keep on. enforcing
the law the way Sheriff Holbrook
did. I hajc been in charge of the'
Sheriffs Department since Janu-
ary of this year. If you voters feel
the office lias been properly con-
ducted and the law enforced, then.
I ask you for your influence ‘ and
W. I-', iFlut'd) JOSEPH.
If continued rain keeps falling for
the remainder of the year as it has
in the past two months, San Pa-
tricio county is due for one of the
wettest years in its history.
A coastal disturbance over “the
weekend drenched Siriton with 1.67
inches of rain nfccording to tifc read-
ing on the government gauge at
the News office. Sunday afternoon.
From all indications, feed crops
were not damaged in this area, but
most farmers' seem concerned u-
bout the. cotton crop, which is off
to a good start. Continued rain may
bring considerable. damage to'cot-
ton in this .area from insects and
poor yield due to large stalk.
Grain harvest was somewhat
hampered in the Alice area where
shipping was under way last week.
Position* 'Open in
Competitive examinations for po-
sitions’in the State Department of
Health have just been announced
by the Merit System Council for the
Texas State Department of Health.
Examinations are for professional
atid technical position^,and will be
of the unassembled type consisting
of an evaluation of training and ex-
perience. Veterans preference will
be allowed applicants who have
been honorably discharged from
the United States armed forces and
who make a passing score on exam-
All applications must be mailed
before midnight June 21.-1946. Po-
sitions for which examinations'will
be held, and their entrance salaries
are as follows:
'Director, Bureau of Laboratories
, $375: Pediatrics Consultant, $300:
Clinician.-M & I’ll. $300; Senior En-
gineer, $300;: Engineer. $250; Sen-
ior Serologist, $250; Serologist, $200;
Assistant . Serologist, $150; Junior
Serologist. $1.25; Parasitologist,
*200: Assistant. Bacteriologist. $150:
Assistant Immunologist. $ 150; Jun-
Application blanks may be :.ob-.
tabled from B iss •!! Fz Hhru 1; r.
Merit Sy/t‘-m Sup^ri-i*".;'. Llttii fo iil
FUji’Ming, -Austin, Texas. •
R. Kunitz, Sc.
City Employs R. T.
The City Commission recently
took under consideration the advis-
ability o femploying a city law en-
forcement officer to aid state and
county officers in enforcing traffic
and other laws of the city, and have
secured the services of k: T. (Dick)
Cohea, an experienced peace offi-
cer, to carry on this work.
Mf. Cohea is ..carrying on his
work relative to traffic violations
in the form of an educational cam-
paign for the present, informing
folks Who double park and other-
wise violate traffic ordinances of
the laws regulating these inciden-
ces. Cohea reported this week that
Sinton people generally are showing
a. fine spirit of cooperation, and that
he. believed in time little, effort
would he necessary in keeping traf.
fie lanes open.
College Station Still
Texas county agricultural agents
haye been advised tiid.t for the pre-
sent,, only the • oily . treatment re.
comniertdeii by, the Texas A. & M.
College Extention ■ Service for tile
control of flies, 1 ice anjl mosquitoes
on livestock is wettaiile' I)DT pow-
pDT for this' purpose is now on
the market in two very .different
forms., (it dry. ip wn.ib’e powder
arid 2) liquid, in i-T! -r xylene so-
} iutions or1 emuisi ; - Roth fonr;/
may b" dibit. 1. v. it). wafer for use
as .a spray or <ii;-
Tie- decision t r»'c ohm. :u| oily
DDT, ill Wetml.h . -A.;- :- form.for
Funorap services were held her®1
Wednesday morning from the Sac-
led Heart Church for Richard Kun-
itz, Sr., pioneer Sinton merchant,
with Father A. H. Schmitt officiat-
ing. interment wab in Sinton ceme-
tery with arrangements in" charge
of Starbuck Funeral Home.
Kunitz died Sunday morning-at
5:80. a., m. in the Sinton Hospital , i
following a 'hemorrhage He had 1 'J
been, in ill health for several mouths ,/j#
and was frequently taken to bos- ,8
pital for treatment.
R. Kunitz was ’ born-, a I.....
ola, Texas, in 1880 and his family
moved to Cuero in 1885, where ho la
attended school. . Following his s
f schooling at A. & M’ College, he was yv
married in .1905. -After several years
ill the dryp/iods business at Sabinal,. :5s
the family .moved to Sinton -in 1918,. M
where he Established tho store, j
which was .operated until the time 3
of his death. He was a member of l|§
the Knights of Columbus and the , „5
Elk’s Club of-Corpus-Christi and a
member of the Sacred Heart Church
for many years, ...... (
Father David Buckley of Edna,
former pastor of the Sacred Heart
Church, gave tlft sermon. The pall-
bearers were: Harrison Moody,
James F. Tracy, P. E. Featherling,
J. Gwin-Cook,' Jr., Jack Gaines,
and Allen Lawrence,
Survivors included his wife; three
sons, Colonel Marcellus 6t Ft.
Monmouth, N. J., Richard, Jr., and
Anthony of this place; one daugh-
ter,. Mrs. W; B.-'Liles of LaFeria; -|
two brothers, Ed of Cuero and Al-
bert of Kenedy; two sisters, Mrs.
Ed Dietz of Cuero.and Mrs. Frank
Bentley- of ZaValee, La, !md five
. Out-of-town visitors here for the
funeral services included: Mr and
Mrs. W, C. Gaines of Odem, Mr.
and Mrs. E C. Curtsinger pf Dal-
Irts, Mr.- and Mrs. .J. !C Dobsoii, ,
Mrs. Lloyd Clarkson and, sons,
Billy, 0;,iry and Joey, Mr, and Mrs.
H. L Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mur-
ray, Mr and Mrs. Ted Bomba, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy C. Iicmmer. Mrs.
Martha Carpeiiler, Miss .Millie Odenl V
and Hurry Edvv.u ds. all of Corpus *
and 'soil, Mr. and Mrs. I^awrencd
■Christi;- Mr., and Mrs, Albert Ley1
| Dietz, Mrs. Roy. Vi'ielkel. Mrs. E. It.'
Wasserman. M; X O. Wasser-
jmna. and Mr n’rd Mrs. Norvau
| Dietz, all of Cui-i' .: Ml', arid kits. ,
Joseph Bomb i of Pleasanton: Mr.
iPd Mrs. B. -Ik ir.unbu .of- M,oore;;
.Mr. and’Mrs Ink - Be k ami laugh- .
'•-I-. Linda, of Be-,,I; I- \ iiofhha .-
Ruyinoiiuville. Mi-, and - Mrs," |
< ! a- Bnlier ai d 'edi.r. Chap- ;;:
rp i . . New Stamp Record
To the Commissioners BooHct Rein? Iss,ied
And People of San--l-
U I Postiiiastor E-luriV F. . Bimordeti
ratriCIO v--OUnty- Ipdvises us of the issuance ot a. l
i ' Jlrien,
• Hit tint
Father of Floresvilie
Leo Owen Receives
Discharge From Army
First Sgt. Leo Owen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Owen of West Sin-
ton, received his discharge from
the Army Friday at the Army Sep-
aration Center, Ft. Sam Houston,
San Antonio, and returned * home
•Owen recently returned from'ov-
erseas whdre ho served eight months"
in the Philippine Islands and Korea
with the 69th Air Service Group.
Owen .was former secretary of
the Sinton National Farm Loan As-
sociation - before his entry into the
service. Mrs. OWen and two chil-
dren, Rodney and Timothy, have re-
sided in Sinton during his absence.
e to make their
Funeral services for S. L. Fore,
Sr., 89, father of Sam L. Fore, Jr.,
editor and publisher of the Flores-
vilie Chronical-Journal was held
in Floresvilie Monday, June 10.
Fore, old trail driver, had been a
resident of Flosesvllle for the past
43 years. He dled,at his home Sun-
Survivors include two sons, Sam
Fore, Jr., and Blake D. Fore of Cdr-
pus Chritlti and one brother of San
’ IlMt fiftya"of rpoaltlori' with th6 Sintoi
Bob Moore Quits in
Favor of Boyce House
kROWNWOOD, June 6-Latest
development in the syrift moving
campaign of Boyse House for Lieu-
tenant Governor is the withdrawal
of Bob Moore Amarillo and Brown-
wood. publisher, from the. race, and
the announcement of his support of
.House. ', . t . ■''iM'.
Moore, one of the leading can-
didates until his withdrawal seve-
ral days ago, is widely known over
vised edition of the-official buoklct*
I deeply appreciate the notion 0f !<""'>t4Ui>ing .leseriptiuns and illus- T “•
the commissioners court In tbolr trhtiomi of ail.-United States post- TDT ;• . .
serve the unex- :"r<‘ trnm- the date of tiicif. t suMa-nsi. • "
introduction in 1847 to March si, .wa'-r for use
1946. j There Was n- eviiioiirv that it was
The new stamp booklet is being i.-umful to animals even if i.---,!
issued to‘the public through the of- strength s'unewiuit greater Ihnn
ficc of file Superintendent of Docu-. (j,,t i-et'i"mmi-nde.d’hv the manufact-
.a wil ma
;.s as !••
appointing mo to serve me unex-
pired portion of my date husband s
term of office. I realize that this.
is not ordinarily a position that
should be filled by a woman, but
will stay in the office and will
keep all of the records and do' my
best to properly sen-e the fieople
until the end of the year.
I am happy to report that ail of
the deputies have promised me they
will continue their duties as before,
and with their help, the law will be
enforced as it has been.
My husband was a man of high
principles and lie often told, me that
he would never allow slot-machines,
prostitution, or graft to enter the
county so, long as he was sheriff.
I earnestly ask ‘ the assistance and-
help of the Christian people of this
county so that this policy may be
continued, and that my.children and
your children will grow up ir\ a
proper .and decent environment.
MRS. J. E.-tfOLBRROOK.
Mrs. Churma Will
Join Her Husb&nd
In Hawaii Soon
Mrs. B. J. Churma is making
preparations to Join her husband in
Hadaii within the near future.
Churma, aviation machinist mate,
first class, is stationed there with
the U. S. Navy.
Mrs. Churma, who has been mak-
ing her home here with her parents,
MrYand Mrs. Frank Lansford, has
been employed at Gilbert Dnig
' , She expects to leave to Join
"■t" v asports
nients at 300-, cents per copy
paper bindihg. which includes the
cost of delivery. All mall orders
for this booklet should be addressed
S u p e.r i ntyndent of Documents.
Government Printing Office, Wash-
ington 25, D. C.
Remittahces accompanying orders
for. the booklet may be in the form
of postal money, orders, postal
notes, or checks. Postage stamps are
People to Have
Camp at Alta Frio
Mrs.. M. J. Tidwell,, secretary Of
the Young People’s division of tffe
Blanco Association of the Baptist
church, repoMed' that the Rio
Grande Valley Association will Join
them in the Caimp.' that is to. be
held at Alta-Frfe, near Uvalde,
Return to Home
In Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Bell from Los
Angeles, Calif., left Monday evening
after a two week visit here, with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Torno, and her sisters and brothers,
and cousin, Mrs. Helen Scjimalsteig
and sons. They also visited Mr.
tirer, , ■
It was’further repm-md that 'PDT
in nil ■solution -oV siivusi. n form
docs hot remain in siispensj^v. blit
goes into a trpe, soilltion. Wnerileipi-
pl'ied to,animals in this form it can
be absorbed througti the animal's'
skin. If the solution is used tta a
spray or dip at less than the ntan-
ufacturer's recomrncndetl strength,
it may not give' effective or lasting
control. If 'it is used, at .more than
the recommended strength, and It
the precautions listed by the man-
ufacturer. are not exactly followed,
it may have toxic results.”
Miss Anna Belle Hunt
Joins Staff of News
Miss Anna Belle Hunt, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Elkin Hunt, has
accepted a position" with The News
as reporter and bookkeeper.- The
News management will appreciate
any courtesfes extended to her in
her work of gathering news items
for , the paper. If you have, a vis-
itor, a party or other information
that .would lead to a news story,
call her at 880. Your Help will be
appreciated by her and the San
Patricio. County News.
S. F. Hurit in Race
For Sheriff of San
San Pat County
F. Hunt of Pint m authorized.
T’ News tliis week t announce
las. candidacy for nomination to the
nffiee of.'Sheriff of . San' Patricio-:
County, subject to, tie will of the
voters in the July Democratic pri-
' Mr. Hunt, .who 1*.as served a's'a
peace officer for .many years, needs
no. introduction' to the people ofe
this county. He will oppose four,
otliers who are seeking tile office. ,,
including.Alonzo Tomlinson and W.
F. Joseph of Staton and Worth B,
Howard and R. C. (Boh) Fitzsim-
mons, both -of ‘Aransas' Pass, Joseph
is present chief deputy sheriff of
San' Patricio County, and Tomlinson ,
served as chief deputy for a time
under the- lute Sheriff J. E. Hol-
brook in 1941 and 1942.
To Minnesota pn Business
J. T. Frazier left Tuesday night
where he wlli.spend
Ing to some
Pat Nicholson Gets
Master’* Degree at
Pat Nicholson, brother of
cent and Diarmuid Nichplson of (
place, received his Master’s degr
from the Business School of HsgJi
vard University of Cambridge, MS
sachusetts, last week, according
a letter received by the brothers.
Nlchojson recently received
discharge from the sendee and
a former student at Rice Univ
The degree was give
with distinction f<
to he held during
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