Jeff Kidd

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Jeff Kidd - • BUY BONDS- ij Production of Wool Progressing...
• BUY BONDS- ij Production of Wool Progressing COLLEGE STATION, May 5. (IP) —The Texas A. and M. college extension service announces its farm 1 labor trouble shooters are currently focusing attention on helping get Texas' estimated 10,223,000 sheen and 3,200,000 goats sheared. A survey made by county agricultural agents shows that most of the goats already have been sheared, and about one-third of the sheep. O. Holm, assistant state agent, says some progress is being made in locating shearing crews and shifting them from community to community as efficiently as possible. D. D. Steele, formerly Coleman county agricultural nr;ent, and J. B. Kidd, former Val Verde agent, tem- 1 porarily assigned to the shearing 'program, Holm said. Kidd is maln- •taining headquarters at San Angela 'and'Steele is at extention headquarters here. The extension service said its workers already were preparing for labor pinches when small grains harvest, begins in earnest in North ; Texas in about 30 days, and thai harvesting of grain sorghums in the nueces-San Patricio area would begin before oats and wheat are gathered. BUY BOM»5 —

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  1. Pampa Daily News,
  2. 05 May 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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