ugh 'by of I a Truckers Sued for Damages of $21,000 Death of Youth Results in Court Action Mr. and Mrs. ArnuUo de Mon- taibo of Corpus Christi filed suit in 117th'District Court this morning against Heard Heard, Inc., truckers, for damages .of ,$21,000 as a result of the death of their son, Crescendo. 20, January 21 Highway 16 west of Corpus Christi. . . . Crescendo Montalbo, occupant of a car driven by Rayinundo tmo, was killed when Patino's cnr crashed into the back end of n Heard Heard truck as it attempted to make a left turn off the highway, the plaintiff alleged. Negligence and .carelessness, in f a i l i n g - t o keep a proper and failing to signal a stop, charged by the pSsihliff. Mrs. Chessie Perkins and her husband, L. G. .Perkins, of Bexar County, filed suit in 28th District Court this morning for $4,916.02 against Jay Simmons of Dallas County and Kepley Production here, lor damages allegedly caused to plainaiffs land by a wild oil .well west of Corpus Christi. Plaint i f f s claimed the well over salt water and mud,on their property, ruining its productive value.