Clipped From The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
i Flood Victims at Robstown Housed In Labor Camp - j line the i Â°- ' ti:i!Â« of high nv.'.ei in t n e li)\,n area, arc beni? housed tiie Robstown', m i q i a t o i L-,mip c o m m u n i t y cci tei plied with food from fedeial s plu* commodities, Mi-- X e l l untv unit rs by hfsh watcvs v h u h t i n u e to increase. Mis. c aid In some of the homes. uÂ«iter ha=; ri^.en to a? niuch 3s tlvee and i' still nsin,? and b,-t'-::ng into the IU}b--toxvn snd vrt-btern Nueces County -aiea. ' : p D !_\e Peicli.i oC the Nueees d thc State Departroe.'H oi Pub; lie Welfare disclosed, tod^y. j The families, a!! mfsri.itory been driven fro their temporary homes and she!- , a Commodities being: ? thiouah the spoiia^i, ^ jN'tiec:?'' County, are corn meal, pofk. bean*, c-ei eais. prunes, ard .i-taple?. bp: Mr*. Pereirc. reported tne- coTlined v-orkets and their faniihes are.in need of sno.rien.uig 5 'nci meat, and urged.conti.bations - A* \vateiÂ« of Xaece? "River tiiiue to ri-56" a n d " b:.clv in^o lo'i 1 .' placed siound ^obttovvn, the lamiHos arc expected to "be. 3n tbe labor ciamo community t e \ e u l dsys. Mrs.-P.etcira and will need assistance.