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-Frontier *S,000,000 of the as first re- a n d , of to- coast which i n i t y : FLOODS AGAIN IN SOUTH TEX HIGH WATER ON LOWER COLORADO RIVER; NO FATALITIES YET AUSTIN, July 17 (UP)--Renewed flood stnge on the lower Colorado River, beginning about Smlthvilte and centering near Columbia was expected lodny. High water was foreseen on lower stretches of other streams. At Austin and above, the Colorado River was . fulling after rising yesterday. The rise thai, hns passed on was not drought to be seriously dangerous. The Guadalupe and Ihe Blanco, feeding In the Central Texas hill country and r u n n i n g Into Texas evidenced no flood danger. Reports here Indicated that small streams about Wacldcr and Hal- lettsvlllo hnd been on sharp rises but had again fallen, The Llano, source of n. serious flood a year s?p, had s rise of about five feet. Tlie San Marcos River which was in Hood last weelc, rose, again yesterday but. not perilously. Highways in Ihe vicinity ot Waelder, Hallettsville. Schnlenberg and Port fjivnca were lempornrlly clos- heavy rains yesterday. No falallty was reported, but two rescues were made. J. c. Tlmberlake was pulled from a flooded creek near Austin after his automobile was washed from R culvert. A. E. Johnston, Houston truck driver, was reporter! rescued from Five Mile Creek near \Vaehlcr.

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  1. The Amarillo Globe-Times,
  2. 17 Jul 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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