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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, April 30, 1931, FINAL EDITION, Image 2

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PILOTS SAVE
'PASSENGERS,
ARE INJURED
Forced Landing Is
Successful, Plane
Is Wrecked
ELYRIA. O., April 30. JP—Two
pilots fey in a hospital today badly
frun and their tri-motored air imr
w a wreck, bet they had saved
tbstr right passengers from all but
minor injuries in making a forced
landing five miles north of here
Pilot Sam Taylor and Alien Mc
Dfemud. who was with him at the
controls, were flying a National
Air Transport ship from Chicago to
Cleveland yesterday when, witness
es and pasarng^rs agreed, two of
the motors went dead Tailor
eooiy made sore that all the pas
■enters had the.r life belts fixed
then started to bring the plane
The left wxg caught Is the top
of a small tree, whirling it seamed
«nri mw raw telephone wires before
it landed in a barnyard. AH but
one wtng and 'he passenger com
partment was destroyed, but the
pa we1" jers were eslst
TbyScr who once before landed
13 passeraprrs safely an ClesCand,
tsrder similar cimaianacces and
who engaged te a tepate wtth
CoL Charles A Lindbergh in the
1939 nanma.1 six races 'when fbrtr
pJanes interfered with each ocher,
suffered a pcst-bfe fractured sksH
and a tactared left iak> Me
Dsamud receded posKbie fzarimes
of the ribs and Internal injuries.
Indicted For Ed couch
Burglary, Trial Thur*.
(Special to The Herald.»
■DCnSC EG. Aprs. 39 —A true htH
eras rerareed agatns: Dame! Mc
Kees for teg-ary. by the grand
pry of the 79ch district ctet
tnal was scheduled to be heard be
fore Judge H'*< Boose tins after
McKees » charred with br^nj
of the H. F Braggnaan sore a
Ednoorh. AprS 39. where be a al
leged to base rxiett a lire* sapt Jy
of knives, gang. and ocher aser
cbaodiie
He was arrested tn San BfeaMM
hr: Pr.iir and branch.'. to the
county jd by C A. <Mme- Mane
ban.. and Ed Etter. depety sher
iffs.
Firemen Overcome
By Gas and Smcke
TCLSA. Okla., April M— >—
■asufaena firemen wete oternw
by gas and «nofce frrm a ;'ifehorg
fire which smouldered 33 feet be
low the street a a basement of a
department store here late last
Baefen
Etae zo the nature ef the sms be
hoved thrown -off by msrcucale
stored in the basemen: fire depart
ment gas Masks were rendered use
less and it was not until special
npiipn. i>was borrowed frtm a the
ater that fires.ee were able to
jeaeji the bear: of the bioxt
Physiduis said aZ of 17 of the
men confined m baapnals wrc.1
Husband Helpless As
Wife Drinks Poison
Cup and Drops Dead
CHICAGO. April 30.—JP>—While
her husband and another witness <
watched helplessly, Mrs Ralph
Gamson of Ka'amamo. Mich. and
a mart pniv» said they identified as
J H. Hartung of Dayton. O, lifted
glasses to their lips, drank the
contents, and then fell dead las:
nigh: in the room of a downtown
hotel
Car of Cucumbers
Shipped Tuesday
'Special to The Herald.
RAYMOND VILLE. April 30 - j
Tuesday. Boh Ttacey and D E
Wirt shipped a car load of encum
bers firm Laaara. This is the irrst
car load of cucumbers to be ship
ped from Wslacy county 3 3
thonrht tc be the first m the Val
ley tins year Tracey and Wart1
hare bean siupping cucumbers for
the past three weeks m quan
tities as.1 haw been teceznag «n
ȣiily wood prices, sccce returns
bneg as high as sewn and a half
dotlais a hamper
Together they have m the rangh
borhood of a hundred and tony
acres of caeaHbsss and wiZ «?*ip
a number of car loads before the
ekme of the season Ths car oou
tamed afcrcianaselT fonr hundred
Mssheh- Wednesday a car of eo
aaBbem idled finer San Perfiti.
Pleasure Seekers
Injured In Fire
CAIRO. Egypt. April 30—uP—
Picty-oee persons were dead today,
wtib score* bjaed. fcecanse a hx
bos. «et a mss afire.
As the Cauro-Ajeaandr-s express
rolled a.ocg yesterday afiemjac.
laden with a holiday crowd of
pSeasare seeker* a hoc baa develop
ed on one <jf the tfcsrd -lass somet
es and set the coach afire.
The train's aaoccc pcZed the
f-axes down the lengtn of the
coach, and then one by one into
the trail .ng coames Passengers
were panic strrken Soot* aimed
to death. Others preferrag- to
jaxp from the speeding tram lost
their fixes as they hurled them
■elves from coach windows to the
ngh: of way.
CELEBRATION
'Continued from pace l>
Brer, ctfy affinals of Brwn?rZ*
and chamber of commerce cam
m_rtees and official wiZ see:
Matasscm* canals a front of the
Mmeapal a: 3 39 sn the
A pmcram *C be rrrer. th%
Searumd by a speech by Jaan M
Marabestc. wth band matte, enter
tainment r.-umber? by the pupZs of
▼snows Matamoms schools., and
other numbers with a b&nd concert
concfiatLrg the prtsram
Copy of the affinal program was
weened hew from Rasim San
ches. president of the committee m
cfcarre.
Those working with him in the
eeletaatfaa are Jose Peres Rivera.
Celedmo Barman Pedru Saenz
Gcmzalex and Antonio Guerrero.
TEXAS' CONVICTED
EASTLAND April 39—— Tim
Inzram todaT vraj cocTscsed of
robbery of D L AZezt Nimrod
merchant ard postmaster, with
firearms, and was rrrrn a fire-year
penitent arT ser*ence The Mow
tied a motion for a new trial
'"Wholewheat
Belongs In
Every Diet..."
“There is do message 1 can
broadcast that is more im
portant than the value of
whole wheat — particularly
Shredded Wheat which is
all irkole zchrat. Because it
contains all the food de
ments needed for strength
and growth and because
it is so easily digested.
Shredded Wheat should be
eaten by everyone, from
grand-children to grand
parents. It contains all
the bran you need. With
milk it is a complete and
'£?Z2o£,lSf balanced food.”
Wheat aad other "t atrda Baker* *
^^^VtldlwidiruTS NATIONAL biscuit company
to 117*5 E uters Stoodard Tuoe. U**dt Brion'
SHREDDED
WITH ALL THE BRAN OF THE WHOLE WHEAT ,
t
Detectives said they believed
Hartung trucked the vremaa into
ukuif the poison and killed him
self because of the projected reecn
ciiation of Mrs Garrison and her
husband. They based their theory
on information supplied by Gam
son and Mrs. B. N Jones of Kma
nsazoo. who also vras a witness to
the tracedy.
Gamscr. was described as a
wealthy magazine circulator, and
Hartung as a sales manager for a
Dayton garment concern. Pohee
said they identified Hartong by
papers and cards found m his pce
The Gamsocs bad efJtected a re
ctcuritamer Gamson came to Chi
cago with Mrs Jones after they
had located Mrs. Gamaoo m Chi
cago The Gamsocs and Mrs. Jones
wee: to the hotel together.
"Tve cease to reclaim my wife
and to gather her belongings and
take her home.' Garrssca was
Quoted as saying to Harturg
Hartucg smiled calmly. He look
ed at Mrs. Gamson. and sand
"let's have a jut dnnx together *
Filling two rim birrs from a fast
Hartuag handed one of them to
Mrs. Gamscc. and took the ocher
Pdze Land D» d Schwartz said
tie had ancoweced erdmre that
Mrs Gamscc was an ma.naig
nctus of the affair
POLICE READY
rcootmaed from rage H
countries forbade celebrations., ben
m others permitted deasoeacratiaca
the day was expected to have a
«»rk ny pairaoae terver for the
Otwerraticc of May Day was
abolished several years ago as I^ly
sa favor of tie labor feat.-, ml Apnl
ZL and coctpupte quiet is expected
there.
OKLAHOMA CITY Apc~J J® P
—Brigadier Genera! Chares E
McFfermer. of the Oklahoma m
taooa: guard said today IJOI men
wwsid be available m 24 hours a
caae of daccrbacees tomorrow and
that SJM guardsmen amid be mob
'Lord m 4» hour?
State officers and amMary aa
thMTtari were prepared for pcaasae
emergencies m cccaectiec. with ru
mored cffarirr^c fbs-turtoanees era
Mar Day and Juttia iwwwig woa
«n farr-hes x the Henryecia coal
field areas here and at Semt
- *' - - - - •• - . - c _*
to recent thefts of expuasnes.
Flood Warnings Arc
Sent In Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY April 3C —>
—Warn—gi of prawfeie floods were
■ex:: to tewns along the socth Ca
nadian user, meioitmg the Ota*- >
man Panhandle. by Federal Md« -
otoesst J. P Slaughter
With aratuanna; shower* esperted.
Slaughter said the liner was. a*
Good stage at Locan. X M
Recet: rams wdl mjure cotton.
Ed.. L. Spears, leaetaiy of the state
board of agriculture. raid
O. O. Norwood Makes
Bend 3 Indictments
*Bpenal to The Herad •
EDIN3LT.G. April 31s —O- O
Scnr/d AaRir made aorad in the
state capital Thursday g- three
watoat Mditfnw nr i. re'umed
against him by the 73th, distract
grand jury new in sesstrr.
Bond was 6uC cm each aadirt
Death Of Wife Is
Charged Houstonian
HOCSTOX. Tex. April 3®. P—
Marrtt Kogan if today was under a
charge of murder resulting from
the dhoigua k.llmg last right of
hss wife. Margaret. Snraag a fam
ily qoMiri She died oe the way
tty a hospital A son. Megmuad. 15
was sEghtly wounded by the mt*
charge.
McNees Sentenced
To Serve 2 Year*
'Srerial to Th* Hr-aJd »
EDINBURG April 30—Daniel
McXee . charged with robfemg a
r.ire in Mrmirh. learned a sen
trace of two jtin m the peniten
tiary today.
McKees was indicted Wednesd. -
and tried Th -rsday morning by the
79th district court now m senan.
AffUf ATION DENIED
WASHINGTON April »—^—
Application of the Hutch e Pipe
Lme company for a redatioc m
rates foe the transportation of oil
front twen'y Texas fields and one
in New Mexico to various Texas
best-nations was denied today hr
the interstate commerce commis
sion
The company asked permission
to reduce rates 20 per cent oo one
da-, s notice The commission held
sufficient evidence o? emergency
had not been presented
One of the oldest forms of sell
ing is that of auction bv candle
A small candle is lighted as the
article is put up for sale and the
last tad made before it bums out is
the successful one.
CHARACDTO
IOUCE MONEY
Lead In U. 5. Say.
Lecturer
CBf Tbo AaocaVri Frets*
S BEXTTO. April M—The Cas
ed State* is msnxf to on ans
locracr of character ssxxe its aris
tocracy of wealth has crashed. mid
James V Rod. lecturer, amber and
fiwelm. to a u t to the Kiwass*
i C!ab at the Saomj Jackson hotel
Wednesday.
He said that the armacrary of
Then as aristocracy grew ap
on wealth which m ased to nm
' a ossa's stasdmr is aeorty De
rreswm dmrosed tlm anatocrary
and there 1. aai Ohbe a rr
' torn to the old
said Mr. Bed
Mr Red spoke aho Wednesday
right a: the high schorl tor ten*
. ft: of she Methodise charm areas
ftmd.
It was ansoctxed that the local
crab woold pararsaat? m the as
Krwaea meht wxh a prarra», *t
the betel Monday iugfet The oeea
saon s oherted nationally er-wy
year wbea the fcsesradaxsa' Car
Tension is ra seance at Miami I_ ’
E Gordne. rta^er. ef tae grw
r^as mmmrnam, and J a Welefc.
[i
1
_ . * Hartxiin a. and
aid frsend of Mr Rex wet* rmiwna
Ex-Gmnit Bowytf o
CHICAGO... Apr., The
bonne M Parc Bdp of WEHmm H
Mai me who waigned jar: Jsnaarr
7 a* rhairmae ef the staoe :** «*nu
early today
PREMIER'S DAUGHTER A FLIER
_
Woman Acquitted
On Murder Charge
MUXJLXD Tfcx. Apr£ M -~ Jr—
of waws^ee for tifar k£IUf «f Ok’
sencr state passe *• wear ansMten
Await Evidence In
Wile Murder Charge
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