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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - June 15, 1938, Abilene, Texas ll l> VOL LVI11, NO. 18. £fje Abilene Reporter ~iiciu5 __WUHWT,    OR    WITH    OFFENSE    TO    FRIELDS    OR    FOES,    WE    SKETCH    YOUR    WORLD    EXACTLY    .AS    IT    GOES,"-Byron Aanorlatr* rrrn (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1938.-TWELVE PAGES r*Hai Pre** (IT) PRICE 5 CENTSADJOURNMENT DUE TONIGHT— Wage Notables Arrive For Dedication Of WTCC Home Manager Bandeen And Staff Pronounce Complete Preparations For Day s Guests Everybody who is anybody in the West Texas chamber of commerce will be in Abilene today for the formal opening and dedication of the organization's new headquarters building and resource and museum institute. In addition there will be a lot of somebodies’’ of the region and state who are not directly or actively connected with the WTCC. D. A. Bandeen, general manager of the organization, expects at least 300 out of town visitors during the day. Most of these will either take part in or attend various sectional conferences on schedule during the morning and afternoon, or the afternoon dedication program. Bandeen and his headquarters staff busied themselves last night checking and rechecking today’s program. They pronounced all in readiness for one of the most eventful days in history of the body that serves the vast empire called West Texas. PRESIDENT ARRIVES Arrivals yesterday of manv WTCC | officials, Including H. H. Hilbum of , Plainview, president; a number of, J district directors, and assurances by I telegraph and telephone that oth- J I ers will arrive early this morning * left Bandeen and his staff confl-1 dent that the day mill be In real-ity a highlight in the path trod by the organization In Its rise to a place of respect and power in the affairs of the area. Hilbum arrived early yesterday afternoon. After thorough inspection of the new headquarters building and a discussion of today's program he placed his unqualified approval on scheduled activities. The WTCC president was confident the organization, operating from Its [new. spacious and centrally located | headquarters, will be able to render even better service to West Texas j than it has in the past. WOODAL PTE TOriAY Lieut.-Gov Walter Woddul, principal speaker for the dedicatory services at 2 o'clock this afternoon. win arrive early this morning bv 1 train. Others on the day’s pro-1 gram also have notified Bandeen ; that they will be here at hours des- > ignated THIS BOOTH TYPICAL IN WTCC RESOURCES INSTITUTE More Donations To Storm Fund Relief Needed Estimates Twice $5,000 Given Is Total Required Contributions to Clyde storm relief passed the 15.000 mark Tuesday, but the total needed was far from reached. Robert T. Bridge, of the American Red Cross disaster staff, made an urgent appeal for further cadi contributions. An exact figure for | relief needs had not been fixed, but it was estimated at $10,000 or more. TWO LEAVE HOSPITAL Meanwhile the last of the storm’s 14 victims was burled. Funeral for T. W. Briscoe was held at Clyde Baptist church. Burial was in the cemetery there. Two boys, orphaned by the storm when their mother. Mrs. Margaret Ross, was killed, were released from Griggs hospital at Baird. Joe Ross, 17, was brought to the home of an uncle, J. B Clement, at 856 Grand PILOT'S NOSE SAVES THREE FROM BLAST ST. LOUIS, June 14—(AV-Three airplane passengers—all taking their first ride—owed their lives tonight to the sharp eye and keen sense of smell of veteran Pilot Orville E. Scott While on a brief sight-seeing flight, Scott noticed smoke at his feet. Exhaust smoke? His nose told him differently. He smiled at the unsuspecting passengers, banked his plane and headed back to the field. Less than two minutes after they- alighted, two gasoline tanks exploded, destroying the plane. But no one was hurt. Briton Rejects Active Warfare Vessels Warned To Leave Danger Zones Off Spain Rail Legislation Session s Lone Uncertainty Left Senate Turns To House-Approved Spending-Lending WASHINGTON, June 14 — (AP) — The wage-hour bill, bruised, battered but triumphant, received final congressional approval today and congress, , thinking of home, rest and campaign worries, hustled along toward adjournment. Most informed legislators said the final gavel would fall some time tomorrow. hottest fight in years One uncertainty remained and hat was railroad legislation—a bill I to help the carriers by liberalizing J>C loan requirements, and - Complete plan of resource booths in the West Texas chamber of commerce institute la Illustrated by this picture of the cotton and feeds display. Extending from the floor almost to the ceiling, top space of each booth is taken by a map of the sponsoring district, and outstanding information regarding the section’s products. Then comes the label for the booth, the display itself, a map of West Texas showing sections where the illustrated resource is produced and photographs illustrating production. Each booth is flanked by town panels. , LONDON, avenue, Abilene. Jimmy, eight, was M taken to the home of an aunt, Mrs Ted Goble, in Baird. June 14—iff* i—Prime Walter Woodul, Texas lieut-entant-govemor, Is to be principal speaker at today's West Texas chamber of commerce de* dication exercise1* Ile was due to arn* ? kill morning. TO IMPROVE WATER SUPPLY- City Asks $270,000 Grant Mayor Signs measure establishing an unemployment insurance system for railroad workers. Some labor leaders were holding out against the loan bill « RMD. Chamberlain re-1    dTSTS    ‘SSS ______ fused    today    to use any of Great c°uld pass any railroad legislation A tabulation of donations made    Britain's new    armaments to halt j ^*fore adjourning, would be    help* by the Reporter-News last night    the repeated    bombing of British I ‘ athar»in. showed a total of $5,505 43 already Ain*    t_    otherwise,    only    the    adoption    by turned ta and other Ytrnda beta! „ **, 8P“'’h P°rt*    i    °'    *    compronuae    cont formed. Since money is being con- H* told a crttical house of cm- Jer*nce "Port on the $3,753,000,000 trlbuted at many different points,    mona effective    protection could not ‘fading-spending bill,    approval of this tabulation was subject to    be guaranteed    British ships calling    deficiency    bill,    house omissions and duplications, how- at w*r    11 _n    the    Investigation ever. were LITTLE LOOTING OCCURS At Clyde, relief headquarters re- Three Escaped Convicts Taken PWA Blank CCC Acquires Prodigious Reputation: Now It Gets Credit For Cansbad Cave on me    investigation of at war zone peru unless British monopolistic practices Tsked by were    "prepared to take an active    President Roosevelt, senate action part in hostilities.”    on » proposed investigation of poll* ambled a dry    goods    stoVe"so' great I    government, he said, felt it    kilned was    the supply    of    clothing    and    could    not recommend action “which    The wage hour    bill which now might    well result in a spread of    aoes to the White    House for Pres: - the conflict beyond its present! dfnt Roosevelt s certain signature, reached that status after encountering more tribulations than a1* Application Made After Conference Of Lake Committee Girl Who Assisted Break From Pen Also Is Captured for    their appearances. I Chamber of    commerce managers    -    ....    _ from throughout 'he area, dally and    y    Abl.eme Tuesday ask- weekly newspaper editors, county *d tlie federal government for a judges and commissioners, farm and $270,000 Public Works admtnlstra-ranch leaders and officials of vari- lion arant t/% immnv. ous agricultural agencies of West    ,    improve    the    city    a (Texas, and legislators representing wat''r supply, the section in    state affairs at Aus-    request    was    made in form GONZALES. June 14— v -Three    Parad*    °f    WcSt    °f *n aj>Pllcat‘on for a PWA grant, escaped Texas convicts and the Those who had registered last Mt': ed 0y Mayf>r W* W Halr *nd pretty Altus, Okla. girl who alleg-, ni8h* Included Pete Smith, man- tW° m<>nlbprs of th® city commis-edly engineered their break from a?er of the Plainview chamber of **on aft*r 4 conference with en- Harlem prison farm yesterday, were I Tt^TohnTarlton    ^    ^ chamber of com' loaded into a prison truck with the Ville; Capt. E. H, Simons, manager ™erCCS Phamcm HlU lak« commit-bloodhounds that tracked them    El Paso chamber of com- Jf*’ down and started tonight for Rich- rr*rrce; I-' R Tanner, manager of rROJE<'T FOR $600,000 mond.    j    the traffic bureau of the El Paso chamber; James D Hamlin, Far SANTA FE, N. M„ June 14.—(ZP)—National Director Robert Fech-ner of the Civilian Conservation corps might find it a bit difficult to answer this one: “The Carlsbad caverns are just too wonderful.’’ a woman visitor to the world-famed underground cams in New Mexico told Joseph A. Bursey, a state official. ' Were they built by the CCC?” MEDICAL LEADERS DENOUNCE ’SOCIALIZING’ OF PROFESSION Representative Of Government Sounds Warning Of Needing For Treating Poor bed rom linens. A distinct    short age of underwear for boys and men was reported bv Mrs. Tee Baulch, in charge of the More-room. Also needed were    pillow    j Chamberlain    warned    shipowners moat” ai™'‘niece"of"'n!lt eui.« .»<• cooking Utanaj'to k~p out of the danger arc tu hZS^Cmr, Ma->**er Wally Akin of    >•-.» *i rfrv gav*tnr...*Put    DfTOfc *tion FADES I a ra mount heater announced that    wor^ing    on two dUu, h ,h    f The measure is intended    lo estab- a benefit show would be given Sat- .    .    L    P*Ans    to halt the Wfh    and    hour maxlm- urday at midnight, with proceeds    bombings which    sank or seriously    for much of Interstate industry going to the Clyde relief fund.    damaged eleven    of the 22 British    When presented to congress    in Little looting of wrecked homes    vessels attacked    in Spanish gov-    compromise tram today, almost    all was reported to Sheriff R l Ed-    eminent ports,    apparently bv In-    °Ppoaltk?n had disappeared. The wards after the tornado. Deputy L,™t frftft .in„ 4nHi „    Ihouw    cheered    when even South- Clarence Nordyke reported a few '    1 craft* atnca Aprtl ll<    erners    who led    previous opposition persons picked up valuables, but    scheme would involve erea-1 to the measure voted for    it in its they were returned and no arrests    ti°n    of    neutral zones for British    PresPril form. The final tally was were made.    ships within Spanish gveomment    I® Harry P. Drought, aute admin- ports.    In    the senate, some Southerners 1strator for Works Progress admin- The other suggested bv the in- questioned its constitutionality but aration had assured the com- surgents themselves, would be the !L.f°°n P4"*!.that chamber also, munlty of Clyde that WPA    would    desitnation    of    a Spanish govern- gi'e Immediate attention to a pro- j    ment port    out    of the    war zone    ,    ____ Ject to rebuild the school,    as a point of entry for British ships P*j itte 25 cents the first yetr Investigations necessarily will be with an international commission \ cents the second Irom the mad* into the type of building ' stationed there rn se* no wa- ma- I boards appointed for each Unneeded. availrbility of relief labor, teria’.s were brought in,    dustry would study the situation and and other details, but Drought pro- The opposition was angered bv recommend higher pay levels up to ^ 1th*?roJect wouW ^ given what it regarded as Chamberlain’s ? ma^mun» <>^ 40 cents, lf found QHltit handling.    i    calm acceptance of the bombings, unl aw without a record vote. The bill would provide a minimum The girl was found hiding in a 1.. n    _    -    — .re- end two of .he conelet,, tan IY overs.,Vc.. Tertco'SSiet's^ Smith, 18. of Dallas, and Claude    1 or'ni    pwa    *970 Jett. 20. of Atlanta, Tex , cowier- ^ a oL.5l_ _ay^a    Spring;    j ^ OOO. would not ed beneath it as the hifwihmmrf i F ^ Studpr’Canadian’Distrlct One It wuuiu not, necessitate the pack came uuo“them BmlSSS? I*™**'- and T- A    Dimmitt,    spending of that amount imme- came upon tncm. Ira McCoy,: outstanding dirertnr nf tho uttpp diateh-    .. 18. of Lake Victor, Texa.s. .he .hir'd    VZ    WTC° convict, nos captured on the hieh- (ITV RESIDENTS INVITED " Cant^A v0Ir>air'V M « I Charlie Cotton, trade extension Capt. A N. Owens of the Harlem charman of the Fort Worth cham- two nf*th0. captured the glrl and ber. notified Bandeen last night two of tile escaped convicts, said    ‘ *    * *' the girl would be placed in jail at Richmond, Texas, on a charge of aiding the convicts to escape. The trio of felons were scheduled to be returned to the prison farm near Sugarland. A posse of 50 officers and citizens diately, however. The project is divided into five units, which would be constructed    in order of import ance and as need was met and fi- j nances obtained.    *    I nartv    -1 The flve unlts- in probable order i u Tf °f ?OVe WouId arrive of iPlrillment:    building of a pump ■ W    *UUOn Rl thP    Phantom Hill lake I manager of hotel Texas, and James site. $23,100. Laying of a pipe-line C. Record, managing editor of the    * SAN PRAXrrgrn    .    ,    AID ALSO GIVEN STANTON and an:lounred it would seek early H™-SE BASSES SPENDING BILL warned th*    w i, ,    ~'^A    «overnment    .sjxikesman    today    Hls    word    pame    in a telegram sent debate on the subject    I    J?ey would* however, be em pow- In th* nnniiratinr» ♦*, i*    ♦    K-    Amerlc®n    Medical    association    that the public would act to Senator Morris Sheppard, who had After disposing temDorarillv of crcd make exemptions for parts th apl uca.ion, the city pro- supply’the    of    indigent    and    underprivileged    with adequate medi- bpen wired by the Abilene law firm the Spanish question the or Im* of an Industry ^ »blch unemploy- posed    a    $600,000    project,    of    which ^a f.1Ulj:less the profession itself    quickly    offered    “progressive    leader- of Scarborough and E3y relative to    minister e\presse    1    hone    both    ment would remit and    they could Abilene would    furnish    $330,000    and    ^^    the tornado.    Czechoslovak^into consideration    such fac- d_    %:™SSiSerZ'S    dflivered    association's    house of delegates by Adding to the burden of the Red    show ’’patience and    restraint'*    in    lors as local wa^e acales, freight Dr.    Warren    F.    Draper,    an    assistant surgeon general representing the    Cross in administering relief    at    . their crisis over th.    ri.nLri,    #2    ^tes and the like. governments    interdepartmental    rl>’d* was the heavy wind that    did    autonomy by the nazi-supported    After seven years> the 40-cent rate committee to    coordinate health and ' damaRe in the Stanton and    Big    Sudeten' German    minority    in    would ** mandatory, except that welfare activtiies    Spring area Saturday night.    Czechoslovakia.    1    exemptions could be made upon a OPPOSE    ‘STATE*    MEDICINE    e.Ardi^as!5r staff work*r    fr°m the He added the    British    minister    to    P°sltive showing that unemployment St. Louis Red Cross office,    Ann Mc-    Praha "ha*    would result Fire Dead’s Kin Go To Funeral Mr. and Mrs. J C. Terry*. 1225 nomlcally submerged individuals Fort Worth Star-Telegram,    will    be    Kirby filtration plant southeast of    1Svcamore’ with 4 &ori-    Truman    Already the associations leader-    Cedillo ReDOrtcd in the party    .Abilene, $200,761 Laving of an    left    >’^terday to attend    the fW-    ship had gone on record as oppOMd    ^^eporreo that8    improved distribution system with-    >r*l    of two nephews, W L. Diomp-    tc “stat€ medicine” and had re-    Mown IO TeXOS hart rnmhka      J    f    ^    citizens    visit    in    the    city,    $51,165.    Building    of    a    son.    16,    and    Donald    Rav    Thomp-    asserted    that    organized    , tAl    l.„*    y    LilIj    nearS^    if. ?.Uart?r*    buiIdlng,    resource    spillway and levee at the lake site.    son.    4. They were killed    in Ama-    medlcine would act on the medical    DALLAS. June 15-.UP' Dr. Draper s warning landed in *v/ lf    orrice.    Ann    Mc-    Praha “has conUnued to empha-1    resuu- the foreground of    discussions as to!    arrived    In Abilene vaster-    size”    to the Praha    government    -    , saU4fled the    longstanding what the medical    association and    >    day    10    takp OVPr    ^k in    that    area. | 'the    urgent importance of    reach-    oPPp^tion    to the bill, the government might do about “so-    y**,?    ^I nary    survey    was    made    ing    a    comprehensive    and    lasting    a.lUc^ demanded lower minima in cialteing” or financing with public ’a> y Katbfyn Monroe, an- settlement by negotiation with the !re , utl? than plsewhere. despite 1    1    tne    fact    that    the    compromise measure    says exemptions    shall not be grantedl on a geographical basis. After approving the measure, and while the senate wrestled with it, the    house took up    the lending- * spending bill. By a vote of 231 to 128. it approved a senate amendment funds the medical treatment of eco- See STORM RELIEF P* 12 Col 4 BudG*™ party.” EMM! lr a llv ftiikntMNMyl i    t.    I    *    ................................-.......................... The Weather -Fred- A BH.r. NE md t irlnlty rontltiiird warm UMI.) P*r»ly cloudy, ^SL.¥S** I “I ““ff'S    y    •*    °P«n    «>•«»•'    BUMln*    of a now ftltra- I rillo whan (ta* destroyad a 24-ro^n lotion a, soon aa it compot-1 enoo c. Pm,., who said ha aaa    tm*.,    c»1]lng    j0T    t212 000 000 tion plant, or extensive enlarge- 'two-story apartment house yester- !l,_a_ni^tlous RUrvpT starts sev- an unofficial representative of -ev-    i^^.y*5lrUy1S3,.WMl    P"r,‘,>n    farm    benefit    payments    Then    it    ac patrolmen forced their automobile down a dead end lane and the four had taken to the woods. McCoy, the first to be recaptured, was taken by Deputy Constable Red Robinson of Gonzales, who picked up the convict as he walked down the highway. None of the fugitives was armed. from 3 to IO o'clock today. Abilene w*orked for the head- ment and improvement of present I day. facilities, $150,000.    Mrs. quarters office, obtained it and we sincerely hope Abilenians will visit our plant during tile afternoon and night.” he said. Highlight of the day s program will lIHLlvp be the radio tour of West Texas at mterest 2 o clock this afternoon. It will Terry's sister Mrs. W L pro I    ^    ,    .    ,    _    .    '    t    ..---- '    away;    pan!)    rKMJdv.    *******    [lojiiiciiw,    AI Iv ii    ll RC- month* ago. embracing every ®ral members of the Mexican sen-    tkxah    t!..«<»% t« p.rtu ci,kj<i>. cepted the conference reDort in its county in the nation.    ate,    said today that Gen Saturn-    ,n    c*m RHil Thtirwd*}. SUH NII NKO:    rloud>    today    and I The three men escaped from the be followed by the dedicatory serv-prison farm yesterday moinlrg by (Jcos Tlie rRdlo tour, to be broad-braving the gunfire of guards and Sast ovei a seven-station hookup speeding away in an automobile m the exhibit hall, will carry 1 See DEDICATION, Pg. 12, c cl 6 driven by the girl. GIVEN NO CHANCE— Three Mowed Down By Gang Machine Guns; One Dies Attempting To Name His Slayers Jrhta^Ym rYt    ILftZt    I    15?    ?    5ma>l    cloakroom    opening    off    tor    the    oesslon.    After    lengthy ENGINEER PRESENTS    Thompson, mother of the two boys, P !,ad aclt!lowledged that the de- iuo Cedillo, leader of the recent    ..............., ______  . Other costs would include- Con-    from    a    second    story    win-    {”and    indigont    and    underprivl-    revolt, in Mexico, had fled to San ToMd?WoMV'eah«V‘VlH,w,’prr*,u^ Urgencies. *23.374;    legal    sdmm,.I-    dow    *ith    h«    'e>en-mon!h*-olcl    J*"1 ,or ,r«    medic*!    serv.ee    had    Antonio    -    r*«'»    '—> M trative and overhead costs $1 256 baby. Both her leg« were broken ?^le to° Sreat for the profession He said Cedillo left Mexico three interest on bonds,    $13 200    ’ adver-    and    the baby suffered    critical    in-    10 bear-    weeks ago    last Saturday. Using, $400.    '    I    Juries. The father received bruises , reco*ni*®d the scattered pro- Perez said that he. himself, was The project applicaUon,    includ-    arid    severe    bums.    posals among groups within the    as-    in this country attempting to ricing plans for the enure system was    Al5°    billed in the    fire was    Mrs.    80014tion itself, for approaching the    gotiate a    deal between    United prepared by the Fort W or til con-    c w    J«unes. 16.    None of    the    l')rob‘em bi wa>s interpretc . as sug-    States oil    companies and    the gov- sulting engineering firm of Haw-    °tbfr    30 persons    asleep in    the    Re^:ve °f socialized" treatment.    eminent of Mexico for the    market- ley, Freese and Nichols with assist-    hous*    W4-s seriously    injured. They    9n, t,ie heel-1- of these proposals    mg of oil    which Mexico expropn- fled when 10-year-old Gene Malone an,d in view of the Persistence of ated from foreign-owned concerns awakened, saw the flames and gave , ahout possible government ac- He said that a $10,000,000 deal in-the alarm.    uon,    the association's house of dele- volving 27 companies was    near- Funeral arrangements for the gates voted to give intensive consid- ing completion after four weeks of blaze victims were Incomplete last rraUor> to suggestions that it equip negotiations. night.    rile profession with press agents and j --- More than 2,000 firemen were in    counsel Amarillo for their state conven-    delegates authorized three Uon.    committees to    consider    jointly    as many proposals directed toward those projects. entirety. a nee of Robert C. Hoppe, resident engineer on the Phantom Hill project. It was presented to the city commission and the chamber of commerce committee at tile chamber of commerce Tuesday by Marvin Nichols of the Fort Worth firm C OMMISSIONERS JOIN George L. Minter, chairman of the Phantom Hill committee, pre- *i._ I—_ un*rtllrd I'xla.t and rhundt;. nance of lem|wrature )r«ler<1a» : AM. II I* 3 4 ft « I a * Ii it ............    — Noon *4; Midniiiht T7. Hlcheat and    temperature*    In 9 p. ,    ... m. }e*terda>. n and 77. ^»me date a 300 feet dowm the sloped and near 'ear airn »S and 72, Hun-et te«terd») 1:4* I Sunrise luday 5 S2; Sunset logia* 7:4*. 7* 74 IS 72 74 4* 78 Kl HS r.M. HH *« . ai »2 91 *41 87 84 87 Food Lowered To Trapped Man, Son ASHLAND, Pa., June 14—PP)— A rescue crew forced an iron pipe down the rock-choked slope of a mountain coal hole tonight and lowered food and water to a father and his 17-year-old son, trapped since early Monday. The cave-in trapped them about ly IOO feet beneath the surface of the ground. machine gun cut down three men today in the dusty ballroom of a deserted roadhouse. One victim might have told why. He collapsed and died, desperately trying to speak. Neither he nor his two companions was "given a chance.” County Detective Louis Buono said he was certain of that after he and state police pieced together what they believed took place in the dim light of dawn “A gang Two the dance floor The third man discussion, the committee voted to Lindbergh Guarded ST BRIEUC. France. June 14 — Britain Defaults Using Flashlight For Task— SURGEON DESCRIBES SHADOWS OF CANCER struggled to a tea room 300 vards recommend to the commission that Ti—French gendarmes todav pa- On \A/~ _ r> . aw«y-    thp application be made    trolled the northern Up of the Bre-    0    X    ^y^ent died wtrw t    SAN    FRANCISCO,    June    14—(AP) j the former, it can be removed | knife method of operating for can- , Tmm.rii.i.K, ha w,       tip    of    the    Bre-    w”    TT%'*    ■*•/■■«»■■«    -Shadows    that    foretell cancer of without a disfiguring cosmetic ope- cer, which he had demonstrated ■■Oh. I-!-, he muttered, the,,    WASHINGTON.    June    d-«hed    rn    the    »«» a pen to sign the application. Undbergh's island refuge after the He was Joined by Commissioners famous flier received what police    Britain fieri as Philadelphians    Lucian    Webb    and    George    E.    Mor-    described a* The detective .sam the .layer. ap. I tendlM th^mee,'^'"10"'" *'* from America. parent ly escaj>ed in an automobile Members nf ti    I    I* ii -the one In which the victims were sen, wvre former Ma™ C.P"' I lno,»enoble Right    |d.te paid nothing today American Medical associaticm to- Ail three were tentatively identi- J Lucian Webb and O^rge^Mor- described*’as new^nlinacinV letters !° ,th,f United Stat<>s on rile June day in its scientific exhibit. ----®    1    installment    of    its    war    debt    but    ***'    •    *    ‘    “ awa 1 tv ^ i 4    ^    '    Wlth    a    Iitlle    pencll-size    flash- g In proclaimed willingness to light, its rays slanting over a breast reopen discussions" at some future Dr A C. Scott of the Scott and previously to the American Medical Since cancerous tissue is fibrous, association, The hot knife, its Dr. Scott explained, it will cause |'f'™pe*?’ure about 135 Fahrenheit, kills the cancer cells it touches. taken on a death ririp    -    ,    -    ——    ». Buono said two of the men were wen" Mta.er    T    "    C“S' the smooth skin of the breast to dimple in peculiar wavs if a little pressure is applied with the ^med,    ,    Sr    “d    I    I I VV ana Nichols.    I    upheld    today    in    Bridge    Plaza    court    1    of    $1,080,157,132.08. .    .    White clinic. Temple, Texas, dem- hand NEW YORK. June 14 -kP—The ish em^sl^aSnnwWa^^iL^ I    £    m°vles bow p done Slanting lays of the little flash- /Ama va in 4C*510^ Ipdged receipt    The problem    is to    discover breast    light clearly    showed these    dimples. or    cancel in its    early    stages, when    Tile pictures showed how    to out- in-    the physician    is in    doubt whether    line the size    of the hidden    cancer, upheld today in Bridge Plaza court. I or*$V,060,157,132^"    mxrucu total    T®rnp’! hf    CS!*    fp?! ls benl»n    b>’ marking    the shadows i and harmless or malignant. If j Dr. Scott also exhibited a hot j the entire organ. In this way. Dr. White explained, there is little or no risk of loosened cancer cells following the knife, to lodge in healthy tissues and later start a new cancer. He indicated that with the shadow diagnosis and the hot knife it is sometimes safe to remove a breast cancer without taking off ;