Clipped From The Amarillo Globe-Times
just been Mr. delegates attend the Convention. Mr. president with- who meeting and the bricklayers; there; w. H. H. of the were dele- Fighters' ils convention was president assocla- C. Crogan Wjnncmucca, KÂ«v. Suit of Coble vs. Phillips is Opened The damage suit o^ W. T. Coble versus the Phillips Petroleum Company opened in Federal Court here words, delivered not 1,1940. morning Federal Judge 1) destroyers derelict." propaganda Paul Ooeb- W, H. Atwell on the bench. Judge AtweU came to Amarillo rom Dallas to preside in this cnse. *r members of the court ac- ompanylng him me Evart R. Goss, eputy United States Marshal, and 'om Irby, court reporter. Mr. Coble Is suing for $112.000 a mages which he alleges he suffer- d as a result ol the automobile rash in which Mrs, Coble was ,tÂ«Jly injured. The collision occurred near Borger, ov. 30, 1938. when the Coble automobile, driven by James A. Whit- Amnrillo, A containing many job of tion jy J .fide . Jr., collided with a Philips Petroleum gasoline tank truck. Mr. Coble Is represented by Sftti- ters and Scott, Attorneys. Counsel or the Phillips Petrolevim Company s the firm of Morgan, Culton, Morgan Britain. Jack Boston, highway department rnploye and an eye witness to the olHslon, was the first witness called in the case. eryone the a the antee records does the ords tcr jfice counter, lished out Physicist Who Had Par! in Judge District Judge district ing.