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P 2 The SpokesmanReview Ex-Revenue Official Seeking $26,823 Pay WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. (.11 A former inspection chief for the internal revenue service is suing for $26,823 in back pay. His lawyery.aid today the ousted man is the victim of a conviracy by "political hatchet men' high up in the Eisenhower administration. Attorney John P. Witsil declared his client, Edward E. Hoppe, was fired from the tax-collecting agency in 1953 because he refused to "whitewash" a report reflecting on the character of another official who still holds a key post in the internal revenue seryIce. ''Witsil declined to name the other official hut told the Associated Press Hoppe will do so "when he takes the stand" in a suit pending before the United States court of claims. Fired by Andrews In the suit, Hoppe, now a Dallas, Texas lawver, contends he was fired by internal Revenue Commissioner T. Coleman Andrews "on political considerations." He says his dismissal was upheld by other high officials including Secretary of Treasury Humphrey and civil service commissioners. Andrews and the others named declined comment on the charges. The grounds originally given for Hoppe's dismissal was that he 1.0i11 0 I I I 11,I LEADER CALLED OLYMPIA, Sept. 7. (A')Capt. 3ohn D. Whittall, 46, headquarters captain for the state patrol and executive director of the state safety council, died at his home in Tacoma today. Whitten, who first went to work for the state in 1934, had been away from his desk for the last two weeks with a leg ailment. death, however, apparently resulted from a heart attack. He is survived by his widow, Avis, and a son, Peter, who is with the armed forces on Formosa. Whitten began working for the state tax commission in 1934, and w95 employed by the state department of labor and industry before joining the patrol in 1938. He served with the national safety council In Chicago for three years in the mid-'40s and rejoined the patrol as a captain in 1949. ATTORNEY SUES CROONER, WIFE LOS ANGELES, Sept. 7. (ID An attorney today sued Dick Baymes and his estranged wife, Rita Hayworth, for $25,000. David C. Marcus said they haven't paid him for representing Haymes in his succesful fight against deportation to his native Argentina and in disputes fith the crooner's former wives. , Marcus, who said Miss Hayworth engaged him, said S25,000 was a "reasonable value" for his services and his efforts to collect it were "ignored, disregarded and refused." Miss Hayworth walked out on Haymes last week after an argument, but has not indicated whether she plans to file for divorce. Each has been married three- times previously. KHCITV . 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'InStrike 11 Rich A noBob Andrews nyn rwup emwernt 5.4 5Sporta Parade KNEW Day ANwr.nu'ind the C7-10c7t Fermin, WItti (trite Chuck Glover Farm Garet te Arremd the Clock Thurs., Sept. S. 1955, was unable In organize and direct the inspection service. News of Hoppe's suit was published first by the New York Herald Tribune which said in a copyrighted story by Edward J. Mowery that the matter is "a major political scandal" and "will almost certainly produce repercussions from the White House." Statement Published Witsil made available to the Herald Tribune a statement by Hoppe to the civil service commission, when he was unsuccessfully seeking reinstatement, saying his , dismissal came after he uncovered "derogatory information" about "an official being brought into a higher post." At the time Hoppe wtrs assistant commissioner of internal revenue in charge of the inspection unit which polices the agency against internal corruption. Al! new officials are subject to "integrity checks" by this inspection service. Hoppe said Deputy Commissioner O. Gordon Delk Jr., first criticized and then suppressed his report. He said Delk favored demoting him but that Andrews insisted he get out of the revenue service because he had become "a controversial figure." White House Mum Andrews, Hoppe said, took the position "I was a Dunlap-Snyder appointee and he'd have the entire Eisenhower force on his neck" if Hoppe remained in the agency. John B. Dunlap headed the revenue service late in the Truman administration and John W. Snyder was Truman's secretary of the treasury. Andrews describes himself as a "Byrd Democrat." He was sponsored for his present post by Senator Byrd (D-Va.). The summer White House in Denver said there would be no comment from the Eisenhower headquarters. Hoppe said his own appointment to the revenue service actually came under ,the Hoover administration. He was with the service 24 years. He said Andrews strongly urged him to resign "for the good of the service," and finally fired him October 7, 1953, when he refused to quit. DEVICE TALLIES FOR SALES GIRL NEW YORK, Sept. 7. (An "electronic sales girl" that automatically rings up sales, prints sales slips and makes change was offered to the retail trade today by the Remington Rand division of Sperry Rand corporation. The device has already undergone tests in actual operation at W. Robinson company's two Cos Angeles department stores. It is called the "teleconnputing point o'sales recorder." Here's how it works: The sales girl removes the price tag from the merchandise selected by the customer. and inserts the tag in the slot of an electronic scanning device. Information on the price tag is automatically registered on an electronic tape. Electrical impulses from the tape are fed into. a cash register which prints the sales slip, makes change and records the sale. 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NON 9:1)11 Ne Vib 110114 R:30 .499c belie 12:00 N,,,t, 10:00 itikiNie. Ntwe 13:1N Wiske L 00 News 119909mo 1;00 b70 Club t1tol'mi'lr'intm911410numm,oniqfP CUT IN DEFENSE !Nearly 40,000,000 Ready SOAKING TEXANS MONEY OPPOSED to Ellter Schools ill U. S., SEE BRIGHT SIDE Solon Warns Americans Russians May Fool Them WASHINGTON Sept, 7. Senator Douglas said today the Eisenhower administration would make a "sac ri lice of national security" if it carries out reported plans for massive cuts in defense spending this year. "The Russians have not changed in their basic hostility toward us," Douglas told a reporter. "They ere merely trying to soften up the United States and our allies by smiles, lair words and the wave of a cowboy hat." The senator apparently referred to thp cowboy hat presented to Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov during his American visit earlier this year and waved by Molotov Lot news photographers. Pentagon Plans Aired Douglas' comments were occasioned by reports that the Pentagon is trying to reduce defense spending by a billion dollar's this year to help the administration in its drive lor a balanced budget. These reports said the air force was being asked to take the biggest cut. The Illinois Democrat called the military econznny plans "a campaign talking point for next year," when there will be a presidential election and a drive by the Republicans to regain control of congress. Douglas and other Democrats fought all armed forces cutbacks proposed by the administration during the last session of congress. The administration got some through, however, and now Secretary of Defense Wilson is reported to be pushing for more savings. Informed sources said the army and navy would be asked to contribute by speeding up their scheduled manpower reductions. Great Mistake Seen "We will make a great mistake if we let the friendship between Marshal Zhukov and the President, and President Bulganin's best wishes for Eisenhower's reelection, blind us to the real facts of life," Douglas said. "Let us keep strong." Zhukov is the Soviet defense minister and Bulganin is the Russian premier. Zhukov became, friendly with Eisenhower when they both led armies against the nazis during World war 11. They had a reunion recently at the big four conference in Geneva. CHURCH CALLED FAILURE IN CITY HONOLULU, Sept. 7. (A'The - -- - -- - - - - -- A- Protestant Episcopal church con- To GET AwRDs vention was told today it "must face the facts" about "the decay of the church's work in the heart NEW YORK. Sept. 7. (A)The of the city." E. H. Harriman memorial awards In a speech prepared for de- for railroad safety in 1954 will be livery to a joint session of the presented to 14 railroads at a din-house of bishops, house of depu- ties and woman's auxiliary, 15. ner in New York city September it was announced today. Bishop Gerald F. Burrill of Chi- I The awards, established in 1913 cago, declared: in memory of the railroad pin-'Either let us leave the city neer whose name they bear, are and frankly admit we re a church for the suburbia. or let sponsored by the American Mu- seum of Safety. us take up this challenge." Gold medals will he presented Bishop Burrill said there had b to three railroads with the best been "a lack of real concern on safety record in their size classifithe part of the church for the teeming millions of people livinglcations and certificates of corn- imendation will go to 11 others. in the heart of the city." I The gold medal for group "A" "The decay of the church's railroads the largest-size cate- work in the heart of the city . is gory, will go to the Norfolk and only matched by our seeming in- Western railway. Medals for ability to meet this challenge." he added. group "B" and "C" railroads will o, respectively, to the Chicago, He called for more funds to support missionary work in the fridianapolis and Louisville rail- way and the Texas Mexican rail. nation's cities. way. The following railroads will re- BOOM LOWERED ceive certificates of commenda- tion: . Western district: Great North- ON TAX DEBTOR ern railway, St. Louis Southwest- ern railway and Texas and North- ern railway. TOULON, France, Sept. 7. OM The French government today used for the first time an anti-tax evasion law passed three years ago to deny a business man the right to any gainful occupation or even to drive an automobile until he pays up. The boom was lowered on Attilius Pappa, a scrap iron dealer of this Mediterranean port. Neither he nor the government woul,d say how much money is due. Press reports said "dozens of millions" of francs are involved. A million francs is the equivalent of $2857. Pappa said he cannot pay his taxes because the government sold ! his business at publia.auction five: years ego to collect overdue E money. , lie said the government re- r quested him to pay at the rate ofi 0100,000 francs a month. Much of i this piled-up debt is the resulti this piled-up debt is the result' of unjust fines, he said. TRAGEDY TOLL MOUNTS CARDIFF, Wales. Sept. 7., (Reuter's)The bodies of two miners missing after an explosion yesterday at Blaenhirwaun mine in Carrnarthenshire were recovered today under a fall of rock. This brought the death toll to four. WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. l.r- )Some 39.772,000 students will enroll in the nation's schools And colleges this year-1,658500 more than lastthe government estimated today. The office of education said this is the llth consecutive year in which the total has increased and predicted the trend will continue for at. least the next nine years. It foresaw an enrollment in excess of 51,502,000 by 1964. S. M. Brownell, commissioner of education, estimated there is a shortage of 141.300 qualified teachers for the term just start, ing. He cited statistics indicating new classroom construction in :1054-55 slightly exceeded the need 'brought about by the increased 'enrollment in public and private elementary and secondary schools. Some of these classrooms. how-:ever, will be absorbed in replacing facilities lost through fire. shifts to reduce overcrowding and other factors. Birth Rate High The nation's birth rate shot upward in World war II and has stayed at a high level ever since, accounting for the consistent expansion of enrollments in recent years and the increases seen ahead. The office of education said its school count for this fall includes about 24.1 per cent of the nation's estimated population of 165,023,000 as of June 1or nearly one of every four persons. The big jump, as usual, is anticipated in the elementary; schools from kindergarten through grade eight. Public schools in that category are expected to enroll 25,215,000 of the 29,038,000 elementary pupils, an increase of about 1,300,000 over last year. Secondary schools are figured to accommodate 7,680,000 pupils, 6,811,000 of them in public schools, for an increase of about 258,000. Classrooms Needed Colleie and university rosters are estimated at 2,839,060, a rise of 99,000. Other schools, such as private commercial schools and nurse training schools not affiliated with colleges and universities, are expected to enroll 215,- 000, an increase of 1500. Discussing the classroom situation, Brownell said: "Assuming that one new classroom is needed for each 30 additional pupils enrolled in elementary and secondary schools (both public and nonpublic), the increase of enrollment from 1954-55 to 1055-56 calls for an increase RAIL CARRIERS To GET AWARDS STRIKE AUTIIORIZED EDISON, N. J., Sept. 7. (.111-- Some 2100 workers at the Westinghouse Electric corporation plant here today voted to strike at midnight Sunday in support of a dispute at the firm's works at East Pittsburgh, Pa. About 2200 workers in East Pittsburgh have been out since August 8, protesting a company plan to make time study of jobs in one department. STANDARD STOVE OIL 3 Ways to Pay Cash Charge Equa Piz, 0 of 52,000 classrooms over thp nunitier available last year. "Assuming that one new classroom is needed for each 23 additional pupils, then 62,300 new classrooms are needed to accommodate the increased enrollment. "Accordibg to information received by the office of education from the state department of edit-cation, the number of new classrooms scheduled for completion during the 1954-55 school year was approximately 60,000; an estimated 5000 to 10,000 additional classrooms were constructed for the nonpublic schools." Teacher Demand Noted The office set the total demand for elementary and secondary school teachers for 1955-56 at 1,257,0()0. This contemplated the increase in enrollment but made no provision for additional teachers to reduce present overcrowding or to enrich the curriculum. The government survey listed 1,201,800 -teachers last school year, but 91,200 of them held emergency certificates. The total shown as qualified therefore, was 1,110,600. After allowing for a 7112 per cent turnover, the office estimated 1.027,300 qualified 1954-55 teachers are returning to the schools this year and that the new supply from 1954-55 graduation is 63,400. These, plus emergency teachers, would make a total of 1,115,700 qualified instructors available for 1955-56. "The shortage of 141,300 quali1 tied elementary and secondary school teachers will have to be met by additional emergency teachers, by the reentrance of former teachers into the profession, and by further overcrowding," the office said. 1 IN SPOKANE VALLEY th Wore rivet Veadeva WA-6219 BUDGET PLAN KEEPFILLED SERVICE 41211"1" qua' ea. 1141$1 E. SpragueDkhman gly-toh;g1 1 oPd. Theativ LARAINE FRANCHOT 7c DAY TONE Starring in TOO OLD FOR DOLLS taraine Day aid Fr3meCt Tone portray V't cae-ts et a suddenly groAn ea4-!er this Ie.t ccr-edy et teenage ?:"3"Cf.. 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SEE BRIGHT SIDE Stores Awash Nearly eight inches fell in Corpus Christi itself and for a while high waters ran fos, feet Despite Discomfort Their deep in some stores and scores Of families were chased temporarily Farms Will Benefit from their homes. BROWNSVILLE, Texas, Sept. 7. More than eight inches fell at Whopping rains that dumped Alice in almost continuous 36- up to 16 inches on south Texas in hour rain. three days slacked off today. Five to eight inches of rain was The temporary misery the rains brought in minor flooding in recorded at Duval and Jim Veils counties, putting some farm-tost reels and towns was over- market roads under water and shadowed by the long-range bene- covering some yards with as much fit to parched farms and ranges. as a foot. The heavy rains were spawned But the bulk of Texas had mild, by tropical storm Gladys, now fad- clear weather. Mg away deep in the interior of Choppy gulf waves swamped Mexico, scores of small fishing boats tied The naval air station at Corpus up in the Corpus Christi area. The call your mmemmr. 40,,,,,,,4.0":4,5o,nwi,,, ,w.x..-:,:c044f, 4 k )coast.guard said no big shrinin or 'fishing boats were in any troullis in the gulf itself. 1 Thousands Routed Damage to streets and proportv in some cities and towns was ex pected to be heavy. The families who had to evacuate homes lived mostly in thp North Beach area of Corpus Christi. Ttirv left last night, but were moving back today. Gladys had been expected to smash into Texas along the middlo Rio Grande. But thP storm turned and headei into the interior fit Mexico. it caused rains that flooded much of the low section of Mexico City. chasing thousands out Of their flimsy homes. 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