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Amarillo Globe Times (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Amarillo, Texas A building Boom on at fair Park As big week nears work in Progress on Booths displays a lot of hammering was going on this morning at the Tri state fair Booths for the big show which opens next monday. Nine Booths along the Midway Are Complete and six ones Are being started this morning. Work on displays on the inside of the buildings was also in Progress this morning. In other activity scheduled this week technicians will arrive wednesday to begin preparation of the Sonja Henie ice rink in the coliseum. Bill Barnes show will arrive sometime sunday to begin setting up for monday s opening Day. Among other features of the fair will be a Mobile first Aid station provided by the army recruiting station for All fair guests. It will be located along the Midway. Free Chest a Ray will be available at the fair too. One machine will be on the East Wall of the a Pace is left in the merchants building. Also added to this year s fair will be a singing festival and a Horseshoe pitching contest. Panhandle old settlers association will meet wednesday sept. 22, at the Fairgrounds. An automobile stunt and thrill show is scheduled monday sept. 20 free fireworks display tuesday sept 21, and wednesday sept. 22. Trampoline acts by the Maverick club and an Industrial show aside from the regular events like culinary sewing Art poultry livestock horses rabbits and Swine. Car firm has a real door Buster los Angeles. Sept. 13 jew the coliseum and another in the old sign Over the door of the used car livestock barn. Fair officials said a few outside concessions Are still available on the Midway. One exhibit in the automobile building is a till available persons interested May Contact officials in the fair office located in the old arts building in the Southeast Corner of the grounds. No exhibit i Saleroom said a we need your car drive Lewis Jackson or. Did with his throttle stuck. His Auto crashed through a heavy wooden door sideswiped two cars on the showroom floor ran Headon int a convertible and bounced it i into another Auto. Jackson. 38, was i not Hurt in the Accident yesterday. With Tri state fair time Only a week away final preparations were under Way at the grounds this morning. Johnny Forkner left measures space at the Gunn Bros Booth. Sam Griggs a Carpenter was working in the Newart department. O. A. Pitt was putting up a sign at the Sonja Henie ticket Booth in front of the coliseum. A Globe times staff photo the Amarillo demo feuds go to state level j by David Rasco in preparation for tomorrow s Cottle county protests Are sex j. Everts Haley of Canyon who Iff indicates the associated press up indicates the jolted press Globe times Globe no managing editor i opening of the state democratic pee Ted to be heard Early this led the fight for the pro Shivers Mineral Wells. Sept. 13- convention. In contest Here Are pro Shivers committee either late this after ent along with a Large delegation Only two High Plains delegations Are among the 26 under contest Anco or factions from noon or Early this evening before the credentials sub com a i a a i among afternoon and the Randall coun delegation at the july Randall to groups will go before the sub county convention also is pres thirty Hunt year of. 117 28 paged Price be Mittee of Tho state democratic randal1 and co"1 countes executive committee. The Cre of Shivers supporters. Included the pro Yarborough j in this group Are Rosea Foster already present Are mayor of Canyon Jack Taylor Brown Ubri re shh Plymouth mass., sept. 13 apr atty. Gen. Brownell today invited reluctant communists with important information to come in and make peace with the Federal government under the immunity Law. Quot we know he said Quot of persons enmeshed in the toils of the communist conspiracy who Haye wanted to break with conspiracy once they Learned neither of these contests had delegation Amarillo. Texan. Monday sept. Iii 19,14 i denials group is meeting today been heard at noon today. The 1>ruce of route.2ham.af Randal Dot Ratic r Hilo. Bruce a senior student at Man and James Bynum South Baylor University was one of i Amarillo cattleman. The pro Yarborough spokesmen at 0tber business preliminary the Randall democratic Conven convention mrs. E. L. Tion held in Canyon ii. July and Qreen 0f Pampa was named to is planning to represent the pro resolutions subcommittee for a Borough delegation before the t0 convention. She is the Only credentials subcommittee Here today. Bruce said he is scheduled to be joined by Deane Watson former assistant District attorney 2805 Barbara Lane Amarillo or. Evelyn of Powers 3208 Hayden and or. And mrs. Cecil Panhandle representative among the membership of the six subcommittees appointed to direct affairs of die convention. Hearing of the credentials subcommittee Are being conducted at the Baker hotel where delegates already Are crowding the lobby arriving in preparation for to Wolfe 2806 Barbara Lane. Mrs. Ethel Mullins of Canyon Morrow a state meeting Defeated District clerk also plans i to attend the hearing As a Mem Calhoun favored Ber of the pro Yarborough delegation. Urge change in dig charter two girls flee from phony officers car two Amarillo girls aged 14 and 15, were picked up in they went to the Fri and told has been a a substantial step up a been a anti communist Campaign Ellwood Park saturday night by a Man posing As a probe Tion officer and then driven North of the City. The girls escaped after the Man stopped his car in a pasture. Leads were being checked in the Case. He issued a warning to rents and their children that Parks doling was Tom. Should be avoided Ailor police supervision ends at night. The two girls said a Man Cartye ing a on a ssh a deputies cd if mice conspiracy once they Learned its real purposes. These persons have wanted desperately to resume their Normal place in society. Quot but they have under the impression that ii since the last Congress provided the government with some Legal weapons. A the aim of the administration a Brownell said a is to utterly destroy the communist party . And its today Brownell discussed the other girl said Tho Man grabbed the attorney general quoted immunity Law and other for her As she left the car. Part Fri director j. Edgar Hoover As statutes in an address prepared for the 20th general Congress of the society of Mayflower descendants. Brownell is a Lineal descendant North Hughes into a pasture. As the car stopped one girl said she sheriff Paul Gaither said today jumped hot and ran away the Spirock. Their Story they themselves inevitably would be subject to prosecution for the role they had played in the con the girls ran to the were picked up by a wad having told him in a recent Conand t creation relating to the in passing inanity Law Motorist and taken to the police them about 10 30 p m. While they were swinging in Park. They said he told them in was a probation officer that they had violated the curfew Law and that he was going to take them to the police station. The two girls got into his car and he drove away from the City on North Hughes. The girls told police they became suspicious of him but he assured them he was taking them into custody. They said he then turned Oft a is the time for those who love America to step Forward and John Alden one of the found the men checked the area but found no counted. Now is the time for cars of Plymouth Colony in 1620 those who erred and who real an Priscilla a Why dont you Trace of the car. The girls described Hie Man a about to to 35 years old and weighing about 150 pounds. They said he a driving a late Model Cream coloured car. One girl thought it was an Oldsmobile a the other said it look Tsi like a Mercury. They said the car contained a baby seat and baby Blanket. Wed they erred to declare them up Elk for yourself. John. Mul selves Lins Alden both Mayflower Pas with Brownell and president Eisenhower at Denver yesterday told newsmen the Fri already has been approached under the immunity Law by communists who have expressed willingness to testify about their former As a the Man could to some sup Sernates Hoover following a conference Quot immunity us proves or guarantees of no Federal prosecution against persons testifying about subversion before Federal grand juries or congressional committees. Approval of a fed Oral judge is required. The theory is that it May be possible to see girls Page 6 Brownell said at Denver there a Ute mor it important sub Israwi Neil Sam Ai Denver Inere ver Sives by granting immunity to pit inti Argil Ninive Rolleg staff i Holt looking Over Amarillo College student handbooks today during orientation activities at the College were Floye Adams 818-a Georgia. Phyllis ulnar Hio Clyde and Margaret Fischer 504 Louisiana. See Story Page 8. Some witnesses who otherwise could refuse to testify on the ground of self incrimination. The attorney general said communists who have defected j front the party have been of great assistance in convicting others and a have helped them a redeem themselves in the eyes of sincere patriots Quot a but fear of prosecution has lingered among others a he asserted. A needless to say the communist leaders have done eve j Grything they can to Foster this fear. A the immunity Law should go far to overcome this fear. It j offers Hope to those who j would rejoin decent society. Here a i one i Imit Sun Ronio petitions tor a City charter amendment election to enlarge the City commission to five members were filed today with City Secretary Katheryne Burwell. The stack of petitions were brought in by Ford Madison left and William Lampe. Members of Tho Amarillo chamber of Commerce. A a a petitions Are filed for five Man commission by Paul Timmons to lobe times staff writer petitions for a City election to increase the City commission to five members elected at is an added inducement to bring Large were filed today with the City Secretary. The action has Tho effect of defeating the to the government disc ice move evidenced by other petitions in circulation for the past week to Sot up a Savan Man Cloudy monday. Monday night and tue. I -___1____i i i at Quot. .11 Quot. Day. Little cooler tuesday. Kith Mon for chairmanship Mineral Wells a John c. Calhoun of Corsicana today appeared As the Likely Choice for permanent chairman of the state democratic convention Here tomorrow. This apparently was another gesture As the conservative faction Lead by gov. Allan Shivers strove to keep the battling Texas democrats under one roof. I news of Calhoun a probable selection leaded out As the liberals prepared to ballot for 750 contested convention seats. The conserva i Tives last night in another Harmony gesture had assured the liberals that they would get a a fair hearing Quot in today a tests. Calhoun is a Veteran democratic Leader who served under the late gov. Beauford h. Jester As chairman of the state executive com. Mittee. Liberals had said that if Calhoun was the Choice As permanent see demos Page g news tip winners this week s $5 Check for the Best news tip goes to mrs. A. C. Flanagan 3806 . 23rd, who first reported a Holdup at the Paramount theater in which a gunman took 5560. Mrs. E. L. Tucker 900 Georgia. Collects second prize of $3 for her Call about the Young housewife who jumped from a moving car after an argument with her husband. Third place Winner of $2 is mrs. E. J. Wise 4008 e. 10th, for her news tip about a boy being struck by a car. Other news tippers of the w Eek included mrs. Bill Mccully 1810 Mustang mrs. Margaret Ray 815 Russell Bill Dunlap. 742 n. Fillmore mrs. L. R. Raleigh 3511 a 15th mrs. Byron Peters 1505 Clover mrs. T. B. Morgan 2607 . 2nd David Smith 1201 Russell mrs. Billie Mckee 800 Houston Billy Evans 1007 n. Marrs mrs. Elmer Moore and mrs. E. G. Graham. The weather Ca Mumi Tanu Sarr Toa urea of persons who from their commission and make other. Other copies which were still in the mayor and Throe commission own personal knowledge and with changes in the City govern their own words can testify against the criminal leaders of the criminal conspiracy. Men. Sponsored by the circulation today. The signatures were obtained a whirlwind Cam Amarillo jul Brownell quoted director Hoov-1 Nior chamber of contracted and but Jaycees in pain after circulation of the petitions began saturday morning. Tile drive was made after Cir eras saying a with american Freedom and see Brownel a a Page 6 tvs badge 714 8 30. Kunc radio sideline. Exclusive 6 15 endorsed by five former mayors of Amarillo the petition has been signed by More than 2,500 Cit Sens of Amarillo. There were More than 2.200 signatures on the stack Orient petition which of petitions presented to the City Al Secretary this morning and Sev filiation began a week ago on Dif would en-1 commission to seven members with three of the Mem j Ere elected at Large filing today of the five item Bers commission petition requires that its proposals be submitted to the voters. The effect is virtually to kill the pet see tty-2-Pagc 6 comic dictionary a stenographer a Amarillo and Vicinity portly Day. Little cooler tuesday. High Day so. Low monday night 58, High tuesday 87, sunday High 90, Low monday morning 82. Panhandle agriculture generally favourable for outdoor operations next few Day with Little or no rainfall indicated. West Texas dear to partly Cloudy widely scattered Thunder Howera tuesday and in Panhandle and wet of Pecos Valley monday and monday night. No important temperature change. New Mexico partly Cloudy monday monday night and tue Day. Widely scattered showers and thunderstorm not much change in temperature. High whom a Man can dictate Erst Hundred people have sighted hours elected from precincts Andes wow i j no. Monday Ltd a in Noru tweak no w w a get the Only woman nowadays to. An j a Neely Cree Thlu Lowndes if Suanet

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