The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 13
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 13

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Sunday, August 12, 1951
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Corpus Christ! , Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 ; specific (arms needing hards. Sla- jtions like these «-ie now maintained jat Robstovvn, Sinton. and Odein. | in tills area. Crews are still needed in Nuocea. KJeberg, San Patricio and Aransas Counties to pick colton, Snni Jones. local TEC farm placement chief, said late his week. Pioking is already underway, howrvor, in areas ; as far away as Austin, Taylor,! Brenham, a.nd Wallace. ' 'Worm Hooks Big Bass HARTFORD. Conn.. 'Aug. 11J (UP)--Billy Ebersold. K, told f r u s - j . · ii-at«yi fishermen today bow to 1 catch an IS-inch bass. He pulled ! one out of Palterjsoy Park Lake j with a fly rod and worm '»'· ha.it. | SPEC I A S M I Q IS ON THE ROAD--Atop their day's picking of cotton, this group of pickers is on its way to the gin, then on the road again to another field. Thousands of trucks like th*se, filled with pickers, are on the highway this week- INFORMATION, PLUS COLD WATER-Jack Ray of Riviera (right) is one of several Texas Employment Commission employes maintaining interception stations at Riviera and Encino, checking cotton creu-s as they pass through, to see if they need employment The orange and black TEC tent, with its barrel of ice water, is a familiar sign to cotton crews throughout Texas, as is the copy of El Pizcador (on table) information sheet published by Catholic Social Action in Corpus Christi. end, as crews move out of the Valley toward the Wharton and El Campo area, and on up to Central Texas as the cotton ripens. Cotton Pickers Begin Moviiij From Valley Animal Trek to Central, West Texas Now in Progress Ry K ATULESN MARSHALL Cotton pickers are on the move from South Texas, on t h e i r a n n u a l trek from the Valley cotton fields t h r o u g h Central Texas, and on, u n t i l late in the fall, into West Texas. Texas Employment Commission maintains two interception stations in this area--one at Encino and one at Riviera, on the principal highways coming out of the Valley. Last week, from reports received Aug. 3--Aug. 9, a total of 226 trucks came through the K n - | cino station, carrying 2,325 pick- i to ? f ? :', lrl E1 . '·'-'"""'P 0 arcas - ers. At Biviera. 164 trucks TMme! n ,j, m "^- Ci '~v? c . a ea ha y e cnln ' with 1,431 pickers. !kcrps U a' S rf^ln. C of"lAe names' 1 of :Britain Can't Get Rid Of 8 Homeless Ships LONDON, Aug. 11. (ffl -- Bri- . . . hours, although a great many con- a handful of literature on every- tinue to corne thr P u S h lh « n i R b t . j thing from sanitaton liints to ad- TM ' ' ' on how to find the nearest at check the crews. s t a o n s t a t i o n s station fin Spanish) is avail- Building and Shipping Record saidi~'VT "·" """V" ., .. j a b l R for **" crews coming through, today. ! Jntormation ls available at the! 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