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250 DIE WHEN
‘DAM RELEASES
STOREDWATER
^ Thousands Flee As
Reports Are Heard
Another Flood Is
On Way
TURIN, Auf. 14.—(A*— Several
thousand remaining residents of the
valley below the Ova da dam, which
burst Tuesday with an estimated
loss of 250 lives, fled In terror to
mountain refuges Wednesday as a
rumor spread another dam above
Ovada had collapsed.
The terror - stricken populace
I broke through ranks of police and
soldiers and commandeered every
vehicle and animal with which they
cculd depart to the surrounding
mountains.
Damage Is ft5.0M,000
The people already had been
1 dtlven Into near-hysteria by the
horrors of the preceding day in
which their homes ana relatives
were swept away by a powerful wall
ol water when the -hydro-electric
dam burst.
Rescue squads, consisting mostly
of fascist troops, found the Orba
river vallev In northern Italy, the
scene of the flood, a sea of mud.
the torrents having reoeded
The water swept over an area of
40 square miles and damage was
mtlmate* at 300.000,COO lira (about
$35 000,000).
All crops In the path of the flood
'v^_grapeft, grain, fruit and vegetables
*-were destroyed At least 100 houses
Were demolished.
Rescue workers said It was likely
that some of the bodies oovered by
the debris never would be recovered.
It was believed that women and
children made up the greater part
1 ©l the death list. Their homes were
dfSaahed In on them as they rested
Hbm the mid-day heat.
The catastronhe struck with trade
suddenness. There was a terrific
tear and the shattered dam loosed
the rapng torrents on the Valley.
Houses and factories collapsed
like match boxes. Three railroad
biteges and a half dozen highway
bridges were strawn before the on
nt'hlng waters.
A large number of persons, rescue
Workers said, were drowned almost
without warning in the town of
, Ovada. Not a head of livestock was
believed to have escaped In all the
fUtoy.
Rescue Wort Slow
Rescue work was slow and dif
ficult. The ruined valley was piled
fclfh with debris beneath which lay
Cv bodies of the victims. The hydro
electric station was virtually demol
ished. all light, and power shut off
Survivor* reaching here told of
Raving seen entire families wiped
•bt.
Only officials and the relief de
tails were allowed In the stricken
area, and no details of the extent
of the havoc was obtainable. Mom
luc newsoaoers carried no new* of
the disaster.
Ovada. about IS miles south of
Alessandria. Is in the province of
piedmont, near the Gulf of Genoa
Itc Power plant was built 10 years
•go at the cost of 40.0'0.000 lira.
The dam that controlled the water
Which supplies its power Is believed
to have been weakened by the vast
•tore of water from recent storms.
AMENDMENTS
(Continued from Page One)
with a population near that of
Texas, spent an estimated *3.503.
000 last year, supplying 14,604 pen
sioners with *21.16 veragr.
monthly.
. The Kansas legislative council
»cently ascertained the percen
tage of pensioners to those eligible
ranged from 3.02 per oent in New
Hampshire tc * 17.8 per cent in
Arizona. The 1930 federal census
Showed 232.459 persons residing
in Texas were over 65 years of age,
some of whom would not be eli
gible. i
The primary purposes of the
fecial session submission amend
ment was to provide a means by
which the legislature could handle
the unemployment problem when
proceeds of a *20.000,000 state re
lief bend Issue voted in 1933 were
depleted, estimated to be in De
cember.
Withcut a new consHutional
authorization, which could be sub
mitted at a special session If the
Copical were adopted, the legts
ture would be powerless to pro
vide direct aid for destitute un
employables cast eff federal relief
tolls.
Obviously, however, the pro
Kal would grant an authority
t could be exercised for matters
other than social security. it
would add tc the section defining
a method for amending the con
stitution a clause allowing the leg
islature, “in cases of extraordin
ary emergency affecting the 6tate
as a whole," the propose changes
“upon the submission of the pro
posed amendment by the governor
at any special session ’*
An organization i .'cently was
«effected to campaign for adop
on of the amendment as a neces
sary procedure fer the state’s ac
ceptance of Its share in the fed
tral social security funds for aid
Of widows, dependent children and
the blind on a matching basis.
Keep the ceilai window* open The
few* an will lake away that damp and
1
Japan s Lnvoy Laughs in Protest
Arriving at the state department in Washington to make his country’s
protest against the "insult” to Emperor Hlrobito attributed to a
magazine caricature. Ambassador Hiroal Salto (left) of Japan laugh
ed cheerfully as he was greeted by the U. 8. Ambassador to Tokyo,
Joseph C. Grew. Following a conference with Secretary of Stats
Hall, a statement was Issued pointing out that the government exer
cised no control over the press in the United Statea
Target of Soviet ‘Pole Hop*
The target at which three intrepid Russian flyers are aiming from
Moscow over the North Pole and 6200 miles of land and water,
is shown in this new view of San Francisco’s great airport. Mills
Field If success crowns the Journey of the Soviet trio headed by
Sigmund Levanevsky they will land here in their mystery plane,
between 60 and 76 hours after their takeoff, according to their
calculations.
5 JAILED IN
SHOPLIFTING
$500 In Fines Assessed In
Thefts From Hidalgo
County Stores
EDINBURG. Aug. 14 —Five shop
lifters are being held In the coun
ty Jail, pending payment of fines
assessed Tuesday afternoon in Jus
tice of peace court “by J. Loy Ram
sour. The quintet, charged with
theft from a number of stores
throughout Hidalgo county, is com
posed of Jose Rodriguez, fined
$13575; Roberta Dominguez, fined
$135.75; Luz de la Rosa, fined
$135.75; Santos E Rodarte, fined
$48.75; and Juanita G. Garcia, fined
$45.25.
Upon release the five will be
turned over to Cameron county of
ficials. as they are wanted in that
county on similar charges.
The Grand Leader store of Wes
laco the F. W. Woolworth store,
of McAllen, and the Fair Store, of
Mercedes, were thg stores from
which merchandise was stolen, and
for which the fines were assessed.
The group, from San Antonio, ar
rived in the Valley sometime Sat
urday morning Monday at the
town of Sr# Manuel a few miles
north of Edinburg, the five were
apprehended while seeking to re
turn to San Antonio with the stolen
goods, valued at more than $300. >
Managers of the stores /. om which j
the merchandise was taken were,
able to identify all the loot.
The tip as to the arrests came
from federal customs officers, who!
received co-operation in the case
from county and other officers.
Rapper Fanny Say&
mts u.a pat QfT
History repeats itself; fashion
repleata itself.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
THE STATE OP TEXAS
To me aneritf or Any Constable of
Cameron County, um.uDu.
iou Are Hereby Commanded, as thrice
beretoiore, to summon ueorge D. lair
banks. sometimes known and referred
to as O. D. Fairbanks, ana Margaret
McAllen Fairbanks, both of whom are
resment* of tnrs county and state, but
both of whom are absent from mis state,
to appear at me next regular term of
the nurd Judicial District Court in and
for Cameron County. Texas, to be held
at the court house thereof In the City
of Brownsville on the third Monday in
Septemoer, 1935, being me 16ta day of
September. 1935, then and mere to an
swer a petition filed In the aald court
on the 24m day of January, 1935, me
file number of which U 13314. In which
suit E C. Brand. Banking Commission
er of Texas. In bis official capacity as
statutory receiver of the Texas Bank
A Trust Company of Brownsville. Tex
as. is plaintiff, and Margaret McAllen
Fairbanks. Ueorge D. Fairbanks .some
time* known as Q. D. Fairbanks, Hi
dalgo Guarantee Abstract Company,
Southwest Bitullthle Company, Dennett
Motor Sales Company. First National
Bank of Edinburg. Texas. and Ben
Preudenateln. Receiver, as receiver of the
Merchants National Bank of Brownsville.
Texas, are defendants, and the cause of
action being alleged as follows:
A suit for debt by plaintiff against
me defendants Margaret McAllen Fair
banks and George D. Fairbanks, based
upon a certain Joint and several promis
sory notes executed by them, payable
to the order of the Texas Bank A Trust
'Company of Brownsville. Texas. In me
principal sum of *30,000 00, dated Feb
ruary 11, 1931. providing for Interest at
me rate of eight per cent per annum
from the date of said note and payable
semi-annually, and providing that all
past due principal and Interest should
bear Interest at the rate of ten per cent
per annum, and providing for the usual
collection fee In the amount of ten
per cent of the principal and Interest
In the event the note should be placed
In me hands of an attorney for collec
tion or collected through courts, the
maturity of which note was by agree
ment extended to August 11. 1932, and
the lntereet paid on the same to Feb
ruary 11. 1932. me suit being for me
full amount of me principal of said
note, the Interest thereon lrom February
11. 1932. and the collection fees, there
being admitted, however, the following
credits on Interest:
February 3. 1934 . * 85 00
March 3. 1934 . 400 00
April 5. 1934 . 400 00
May 4. 1934 . 366 04
June 4. 1934 . 425.00
July 3. 1934 . 425.00
August 3. 1934 . 410.67
September 4. 1934 . 425.00
October 8. 1934 . 413 23
November 3. 1934 . 425.00
December 8. 1934 . 425.00
January 5. 1935 . 425 00
Plaintiff claims that the note above
described represents moneys loaned,
borrowed, and used for the use and
benefit of the separate estate of de
fendant Margaret McAllen Fairbanks.
Plaintiff further asserts a first deed
of trust mortgage Hen. which Is sought
to be established and foreclosed, upon
the following described premises:
All those certain lota or parcels of
land lying and being situated in me
County of Cameron and State of Texas,
and being Lots Noe S and 6 In Block
"T** In the City of Brownsville, accord
ing to the George Lyon Map of said
rity. being situated at 3he corner of
* evee and Tenth Streets, having 100
feet front on Levee Street tnd running
back 120 feet to the allev. having there
cn a newly-built filling station.
The other defendants as above named
are Jo'aed In the suit upon allegations
that they hold or claim some character
of right, title, interest, or lien In and
to the above described premises nlaln
tiff alleging that such title. Interest.
r»r Han as they, or anv of them, may
h«v* are Junior and Inferior to plain
tiff* lien
You are commanded to a© summon >
such defendant* and each of mem and j
to serve this citation by making pubU-|
ration at this citation once tn each week *
ANNOUNCEMENTS
WALSH Sheet Metal W’orks now
located at 405 13th Street. M-110
W ALL
PAPER
MORRIS LUMBER
COMPANY
CIGARETTE DEALERS—Books for
keeping records of retail Cigarette
tales according to law for sale at
Bishops Print ghop.N-8
6 Personal
STOMACH ULCER, Gaa Pains, In
digestion victims, why suffer?
For quick relief get a free sample
of Udga, a doctor's prescription
at McKay’s Pharmacy. M-65
8 Travel Opportunities
UNION BUS LINES
Past bonded Buses. Leaving Bar
Ungen 6:30 a m. and 3 pm. dally
Arrives 8an Antonio 1:15 p m. and
10:15 p m. San Antonio 53.50
Dallas 58.80—Abilene $8.35—Austin
13.10—Chicago 821.40 - 81 Louis
517.90. Madison Hotel, phone 405,
Harlingen; Miller hotel Browns
ville; Edinburg Hotel, phone 323,
Edinburg; McAllen, phone 32; San
Benito, phone 234; RaymondvlUe,
phore 8.
McAllen,
REYNOSA BUS
DAILY SCHEDULE
Leaves Leaves
McAllen Reynosa
8:30 a m. 7:30 a m.
10:00 a m. 2:00 a m.
12:00 p m. 11:00 a m.
:00 p m. 1:00 p m.
8:00 p m. 8:00 p m.
4:00 p m. 8:00 p m.
8:00 p m. 7:00 p m.
Special bus from Reynosa Sat
urday and Sunday 10:30 p m.
AUTOMOTIVE
14 Auto Repairs and Paint
WRECKS
Rebuilt and major overhauling,
Including front end alignment,
brakes and duco. on time pay
ments. We have reduced our
prices. No finance charge. We
guarantee all repairs against
defective workmanship and
materials. Call us collect. We
will come after your car.
Binglev Motor Co.
CHEVROLET DEALERS •
LOS FRESNOS
Try The Herald
Classified Ads
To Got Result*
Classified rates:
30 words or isas. on* lnseration .. 40c
Over 30 words, oss insertion
per word . Sc
subsequent Insertions run consecutive
ly. per word .....like
Minimum 10 WOT05.
By month, per word . 90c
To insure publication on the tame day
Classified ads must be in the office by
10 a. m on week days, and by noon
! on Saturday for Sunday's paper.
Legal notices Is per word each inser
tion.
1 Phone number I and ask for tbs Classi
fied Department. An experienced ad
writer will give helpful suggestions if
wanted, and tell you what the ad win
cost. Then later in the day a boy will
call on you with the bUl ana you may
pay him.
Check your ad when It first appears
1 aa The Herald la not responsible for
mors than one incorrect Insertion.
Note: All Classified advertising Is on s
strictly oash basis
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
for four consecutive weeks previous to
the return day hereof. In some news
paper published In your county, but 11
there be no newspaper published there
in. then in any newspaper published
in the nearest county where a news
paper is published.
Herein fell not. but have you before
said court on the first day of the next
term thereof, this writ, with your re
turn thereon showing how you have
executed the same.
WITNESS MY HAND and the ssal of
said couit at my office in Brownsville,
Texa*. this the 30 day of July. 1933.
(BEAL)
J. J. BISHOP, Clerk of the 103rd
Judicial District Court of Cam
eron County. Texas.
By J. R Snoeberger. Deputy.
A true copy I Certify.
J. J. BISHOP. Clerk District Court.
Cameron County, Texas,
By J. R. Snoeberger. Deputy.
7-31-7-14-31-4t-4987.
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF
CUSTOMS. Port of Brownsville,
Texas, July 80. 1935. Notice is here
by given that on July 29, 1935, there
was seized near Los Fresnos. Texas,
for violation of Sect 593 Tariff Act
1930 and Sect. 3062 R. 8., One Mar
in on Coach, motor No. L 8752. Any
one claiming the within described
automobile will file claim with me
within twenty <20> days from the
date of this notice; otherwise I will
sell the automobile at public auc
tion at the U. S. Customhouse.
Brownsville. Texas, on Tuesday,
August 20. 1235, at 10 o’clock A. M.
Wm. Neale, Dy. Collector.
(7-31-7-14—31-49891
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Auto* For Sale
SEE OUR USED CARS~
At
Lot Across from Herald Bldg.
Brownsville Motor Co.
CHYSLER — PLYMOUTH
PHONE 427
WE HAVE Cut Prices on all of our
used cars. Have 23 cars ranging
from almost new down to the
cheapest. Chevroleta. Fords, and
others. Trucks, coupes, Coaches
and Sedans. It will pay you to
see us before you buy. Easy
OMAC terms.
WELCH MOTOR CO.,
INC.
Phone 173Ban Benito
HERALD CLASSIFIED ads do big
Jobs for little money. Phone
160 and place your offer before
thousands of Valley bargain hunt
era _
1934 CHEVROLET Master Coach, a
tan Job, Duco fenders, four new
tires, DeLuxe Radio. This car
has had the best of care, was
1595.00, now $535 00. Easy OMAC
terms.
WELCH MOTOR CO.,
INC.
Phone 173 Ban Benito
1934 CHEVROLET MASTER Coach;
4 new tires. Finish and mechanical
condition OK. This was our family
car. Trade, terms, O. H. Bingley,
Loa Fresnos._
USED CAR
SPECIALS
1932 Chevrolet Coach.
1933 Ford Victoria.
1932 Chevrolet Coupfc
1934 Chevrolet Coupe.
1931 Ford Sedan
1933 Ford pick-up,
new motor.
1931 Ford Tudor.
1933 Ford Tudor
1934 Pontiac Sedan.
1931 gtudebaker Sedan.
PATTESON
MOTOR CO.
917 Elizabeth — Phone 899
THE CHEAPEST easiest way to
rent, buy or sell is through the
Classified columns of The Herald
1935 MASTER Chevrolet Sedan
»Dem>, Radio equipped, a per
fect car, driven 6,000 miles. You
can save $150.00. Easy GMAC
Terms.
WELCH MOTOR CO.,
INC.
Phone 173 San Benito
CHEVROLET
USED CAR LOT
Across from Postoffice
iQir CHEVROLET
COACH
1930 ESS,
1QTT CHEVROLET
lyoo COACH
Two 1930 Ford Sport Roadsters
Seaman Chevrolet Co.
PHONE 410
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Autos tor Sal*
IS34 FOBD TRUCK~ 157 - inch
Wheelbase. Dual wheels. 6-lnch
Rims, 32 x 6 10-ply tires, over
load springs, 7.000-pound license,
low mileage, was $59500, now
$525.00. Easy GMAC terms.
WELCH MOTOR CO.,
INC.
Phone 173 San Benito
~~BUS SERVICES
25 Builders-Contractors
BEN V. PROCTER
Consulting Engineer and
Architect
Preliminary Investigations, Detail
Plans and Construction
Supervision
Examinations and Reports
515 11th St. Phone 151
BROWNSVILLE
NEW OPPORTUNTIES are offered
daily on The Herald Classified
page. The bargain wise read and
use th.. page regularly.
28 Moving Trucks—Storage
AUSTIN TRANSFER CO, *03
10th 8L Moving and crating
Phone 42L C-66
MASON TRANSFER CO.
Contractors for Missouri
Pacific
Pick up and Delivery Service
Hauling of All Kinds
Oth & FRONTON - PHONE 139
Packing of All Kinds
34 lnsuranc*
EMPLOYMENT
35 Help Wanted—Male
MAX AXD WIFE—To run local cof
fee agency. Earnings up to $300
In a month. I send everything
needed. No money risk Ford
Sedan given if you qualify. De
tails free. Albert Mills, 7288 Mon
mouth, Cincinnati, O.
^MERCHANDISE
52 Household Goods
FURNITURE BARGAINS
Iron cots with pad $4.00. Iron beds
with springs, $5 50. Wicker settee.
$0.00. Remington typewriter, $10.00.
Shot gun, $3.50. Steamer trunk
$5.00 Violins and guitars very
cheap.
Hargis Furniture Co.
Next door to Dittmann Theater
PHONE 180
SIDE GLANCES - - - George Clark
“Now remember—this is for today and this food is for to
pnor--'->rr in VP {r«* hack.”
MERCHANDISE
54 For Sale, liscellaneoua
FOR RALE—Coca Col- barrels; cap
acity 50 gallons. Price $1.50
Brownsville Coca Cola Bottling
Co. N41
" VALSPAR
FRONTIER
LUMBER CO.
57 Lbr. and Bldg. Materia!
MORE BARGAINS
Gum, Magnolia. Bay and oak 1
tnch rough or dressed $30.00 to
$50.00 per M ; B & B siding
$25.00 ; 2x4. 2x6 and 1x12 $23.00;
1 and 2-inch Wild Cherry and
Oenuine Red Cedar, rough or
dressed. Split hickory and Red
wood. J. W. Richards, Inc.,
Combea.
60 Seeds-Plantt-Flowers
ROSES, Beautifol Rosea—Many va
rieties and colors. Only 25c doz
en. Corner Ringgold and 18th
St. M-123
PLANT ZINNIAS now for Fall
blooms. All colors and «lzes In
stock. Groves and Co. N-23
FLOWERS for all occasions. We
telegraph flowers anywhere. Los
Ebanos Greenhouse Company.
Phono 1588. K-55
RENTALS
63 Apartment*
NEL-ROY Apartments, newly dec
orated, $20X0 and uo. All bills
paid. J-88
UNFURNISHED Garage apartment
with water and light. Also fur
nished bedroom. 212 Elizabeth.
Phone 182. N-56
SA!' CARLOS Apartments: Bed
rooms and apartments. Private
or connecting bath. J. F. Dixon,
Mgr., Phone 1589. M-61
DFL FRANCIS Apartments—Newly
decoritcd; exceptionally well fur
nished; unusually cool; $40.00
month. Apply on premises or
T~dd and Underwood, phone 183
N-53
RENTALS
63 Apartments
f I'RNISHtD Apartment, water and
gas paid- Fitch Apartments.
Phor.e 17. N-32
S4 Room*
DELIGHTFULLY COOL bedroom;
modem American home; garage:
'one or two gentlemen. Phons 415
W. _N-50
69 Wanted To Rent
W ANTED TO RENT—By SeptTlst,
three or lour room unfurnished
duplex, apartment or small house,
w 1 located; permanent and res
ponsible family of two adults.
Phone 812 J. N-35
REAL ESTATE
MONEY TALKS
•1.250.00 cash buys 11 69 acres good
resaca land with 2 acres In orchard
and less than one mile from
Brownsville city limits.
•2,500.00 buys 10 acres on pavement
In 8tuart Place community with 7
acres In good orchard over 10 years
old. Formerly sold for •10,500.00.
•2,500.00 buys good warehouse SO x
100 feet on lot 60 x 120 feet well
located on trackage and on pave
ment; now renting for *40 00 per
month.
S. C. Graham £ Company.
Arcade Bldg. — Phone 17#
Brownsville Texas
Pre-Port Bargains
Five room stucco house, hardwood
floors, flrepiaoe. 2-car garage, con
crete drive. Well located in W.
Brownsville. Paving and taxes
paid. $3.250 00, 10% down, balance
monthly.
Five room house In good condition;
corner lot In Victoria Heights; 2
c&r garage; paving and taxes paid.
•100.00 down, balance $20 00 per
month.
MONSEES & QUILTER
Merchant's Bank Bldg. Phone 151
LARGE HOUSE and 2 1-3 acre*
land in West Brownsville. Two
miles from Postoffice. $1,500.00
cash or terms. Inquire 652 S E.
Jefferson, Brownsville. N-55
70 Houses For Sale
GOOD FIVE-ROOM house and lot.
$4,500. Write Box M-82 Herald.
M-83
76 Wanted to Buy
WANTED about 4 acres of land
near Brownsville. Will pay cwh.
Would prefer a place with .'mall
home. Box N-54. Herald. N-54
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Noted Aviatrix
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horizontal
1. 4 Noted avia
trix from
across the seas
10 At tha present
time
12 Grain.
14 French gold
coin.
15 Writing
implement
16 Ethical
IS Type stand
ards.
19 Stair post
21 Perishes.
23 To classify
24 Pound.
26 To tear.
29 To nod
31 Pertaining to
the palate
32 Rowing de
vices.
34 Full of rats.
35 To bark.
37 Affernoon
meal.
39 P.ailroad
41 Fir tree.
Answer lo Previous Puzzle
43 Eggs of Ashes
45 Modern
47 Note in scale.
49 Above.
60 To plant
53 To eject
55 To care for
medicinally
68 Retired nook.
59 Source of
indigo.
€1 Aurora.
62 To pee!.
63 She comes
from-.
64 Her - it
Mollison. the
flyer
VERTICAL
2 To low
3 36 Inches
6 011 (suffix).
6 Garden tool
7 To number
$ Sister
9 Bone.
10 Salamander
11 Init
13 Coat end.
15 By
16 She took part
In the London
- race.
17 To jump.
19 Christmas
carol
20 Behold.
22 Cicatrix.
23 To stop.
25 Feather scai^
27 Exultant.
2$ Perfume.
30 Twisted.
33 Tree fluid.
36 Cavity
38 Fiber knots.
10 To man anew
12 Insect’s egg.
14 Outlying
16 Ala.
48 Lion.
50 Rail (bird).
51 Kiln. .
52 You and t
54 Sesame
56 Carmine
57 Tree.
55 Taxi.
60 Musical note.
62 Postscript.
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