Clipped From The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
1] Gardner Dfriititllcl Robsfown Farm Workers Hurt Caller-Times News S e r v i c e ROBSTOWN--Six cotton pickers were treated at Robstown Hospital early this morning for injuries received when a trailer " in which they were being hauled work was rammed by a truck the entrance to the Robstown Labor Camp at 6:30 a. m. The injured men were being pulled in the trailer attached to a pickup truck owned and operated by Julian Hernandez. They were proceeding west past the Labor Camp gate when a second truck appeared, entering the highwuy from the camp. It was driven by Felix Galavix, who told Deputy Sheriff C. W. Keown that he failed to see the truck-trailer until it was too lal.e to avoid collision. The front of his truck crashed into the truck-trailer at the point where the two vehicles were connected. The impact knocked the trailer loose and it went spinning into a ditch, throwing the rider;! into the highway. The injured were: Bcnito Soto, Baldmar Soliz. Or.secio Soliz. Martin Perez. Amado Hernandez and Gregorio Escovedo. Kcown said this noon he was filing charges against Galaviz accusing him of failing to yield the right-of-way and operating a vehicle with improper and inadequate braices.