- BONDS KILL JAPS-- . Farm Labor Program Set Up in Shamrock SHAMROCK, June' 20— For 'the benefit "of farmers 'iir need of liibprT the farm labor program hH/T established an office irv^Jiauiro'ek" W |t'h E. T. Brown ^ in: charge. •'.,. "If we are notified : a few. days in advance, every effort will be made to supply the labor 'demands," Brown said. According to a letter from J. B. Kidd, farm labor assistant, combines, trucks and extra hands are needed at present on the plains. "The eastern one half of the Texas Panhandle will harvest about 85 percent of the acreage planted in wheat, but the yield will be, considerably lower'Mian sast year," Kidd declared.