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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS 1-1 VOL. 1, No. 123* PAMP A MORNING POST fdESErl Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle k Center' f Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS CONSTABLE WALLS IS RETURNED ! y 4 — .JjBI' II I HOUSE PASSES BILL TO CURB SOLONS OF LARGE COUNTIES ELEVEN BANDITS HAUL $25,000 FROM BIG PHILADELPHIA BANK ALL OLMONEY DOWN TWO POLICEMEN STATIONED NEAR LARGE BANK no shots"! fired GANG MAKES ESCAPE EASILY IN CROWD DOWN TOWN PHILADELPHIA, Mar, 20. — Eleven robbers carrying pump guns and revolvers held up the Elm wood avenue branch of the City Nation- al Bank and Trust company today, lacked 14 or 15 persons behind the grill gate in the bank vault, and escaped with between $25,000 and 130,000. The holdup men drew up to the bank in four automobiles carrying New Jersey license tags, and quietly took positions lnf.de «nd kept engin...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

rACE TWO - i n pampa morning post SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 19SI | J^IDaily Cross-word Puzzle i t ,, ACROSS xrm I Gaming cub* . Pull* apart It Shrewish U. Fort If. Xasiacksittts rap* it f«p«nw* aa«h XI. Hull and fare- well M Artificial lan« gunge fl. Swlse rlv*r M. Concerning SS. lie" French 27. Named •*. Ham glony paint It. l'ud*i*f*nd 13. Dance s'ep M. SujReltnt; ' pfei-t. M. Uuoloae SI. I'unetuatlon uiark* 44. Ffevorite 41 Au.iIn: prefix 41, B&traohian 4|. Feminine ■ nam* If. |m\ gad ii. Individual SO. fornii word* with letter* IS. Remainder Hw Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle man Haaaa ama □□□ □□□□□ □□□ mm □□□ hctcib □Djuaia aam □w na anna i m any aui'ju auija nSaoaa arorxjau ciaaa Buna aaa aa raciay aa mm UHH HQQUa gnnn aurj aaaa ana wnaaa aaai nara aaaaa BOH I?. Short for • kind of fur # Pertaining to fcodle* at rest CO. Ci ntrr of at- traction C4. lO'l niii.'.ro meters C5. Before; nautl- < a I C7. Beverage lh. Denoting i liotco JO.'The: Spanish VI. .Viiut tain III Cie«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE MRS. M'SKIMMING IS SELECTED TO REPRESENT CLUB Residents TONIGHT GIVEN FOR TEACHERS LeFors Make Many Business Trips In Past Few Days Honoring teachers oi Sam Hous- ton school, Mrs. G. C. Malone en- tertained at dinner and bridge in her home Thursday escning. The dinner was served at (i:<r> o'clock from foursome tables pic- turesque Ui their decorations of pas- tel shades. Each table was lighted with a single taper tied with lull--. As favors, the women were pre- sented wrist corsages designed of a variety of flowers in pastel shade;, and the men were given bouton- niere of sweet pens. Games of bridge and forty-two DELEGATE CHOSEN BY EXECUTIVE BOARD ON FRIDAY Mrs. Nina McSkimming, newly elected president of the Painna Business and Professional Women's club, will be dclegatc-at-large to the were enjoyed later in the eveni'iy. annual conference of District 1; Mrs, John I. Bradley wa.i favored State Federation of Busin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

Wm*om PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21. 1931 w wif- PAMPA TRACK. FIELD STARS LEAVE FOR COUNTY MEET HI TOP TRIM ATHLETIC EVENTS WILL BE THIS MORNING AT McLEAN Omch OdUA Mitchell and his green and gold clad track field star.; are scheduled to leave here at 7 30 rallik this morning for McLcan where they will take part in ihc Gray county lnteracholastlo track and field events. Mitchell plans to take at least IS boys with him. leather at McLean yesterday was warm and sunny, despite a cold wind and rain in Pampa. Roads to McLean are in fair condition tl; was reported last night. Prelimi- nary evanta are to start at 9::i0 o'olook and the coach wants to have hla boys there In time to rest be- fore thet hard day's work. "I am confident the boys will be at the top of the lift tonight," Coach Mitchell said yesterday. "They have worked hard and although handicapped by bad weather arc in excellent condition," the coach said. He Is relying on Laard, Ayics Martindalc, Moore, Kieth, Ja...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1931. * L J J PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FtVl . . PHONE YOUR DEALER TODAY . International Sunday School Lesson BY DR. J. E. NUNN Pampa Motor Co. Phone 365 111 N. Ballard International Sunday school les- son for Mar. 22. 1931. General topic:—The Use ant Abuse of God's Gifts. (T^mperoi.fie lesson.) Scripture lesson:—Luke 12:16 21, 41-48. 16. And He spake a parablj unto them, saying, The ground of a cer- tain rich man brought forth plenti- fully. 17. And he reasoned within him- self, wing, What shall I do, oe- eause I have not where to bestow my fruits? Ifi. And he said, This will I do: I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and there will I be- stow all my grain and my goods. 19. And I will say to my soul, Soul, thou hast much goods laid up U.v many years; take thine ease, eat, drink, be merry. 20. But God said unto him, Thou foolish one, this night is thy scul required of thee; and the things which thou had prepared, whose shall they be? 21. So is he t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 March 1931

Pace six < PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1931 El s Morning Edition at the Pampa Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Lefcsod Wire Published mornings cxcept Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 331 West Foster, Pampa. Texas oSH^^HI^S Manager Tha Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to . or not .otherwise credited in this SSI all news dlspatonas ci tSU8SM&%S _ news published" herein*1**!! "rtghti for re- ■patches herein also are reserved. id-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at Entered as second-class matter octooor 1,1 Pampa, Texns under the Act of March 3, 1879. One SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa ON to the PAMPA MORNINO POST to Combination With AMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. ith (News and Post) Jff ~ " J20 Per week. (News and Post) - ~ td, By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining Cannties One Yew, (Morning and Sunday). Six Months. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

1 • MORNING EDITION of Tho PAMPA DAILY NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas;' Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 124. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1931 (Full AP Le« ed Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS 3 • EXPECT GAS TAX BILL KILLED DRIVERS LICENSE BILL ASSAILED IN LOWER HOUSE * m « e TESTIMONY WILL START TODAY IN NISBET MURDER TRIAL SELECTED o e SPECIAL PROSECUTOR IS RETAINED BY FAMILY f. NISBET LOOKS DAPPER WHILE JURY BEING SELECTED Hearing of testimony in the tnai of Paul Ni.sbct, charged with mur- der ii. connection with thp fatal shcoting of C. H. Taylor, Ik duo to begin this morning In district court. Selection of a jury was complet- ed last night. A .social venire of 100 men, exhausted by 8 o'clock yes- terday afternoon, yielded olevcn jurors. The remaining juror was picked from a number of talesmen brought in by the sheriff's depart- ment. The defense exhaus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

i • • % * 7 -wwi t # i • «'"VV*V ' « • • • "• • 4 MOTTO PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1931 I I I ; i I ? | ;? mmm r Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE ri4iW««jrk lief Aprlif I V r I S I'ltftil D? r acrom t. Psttalnlng t" % lb* mnu u I. Dspotlla , Storm i is. n«bh«4 II. QM|t«r .amount is. Wonhip It. Rat* too Jllzhly noun Solution of Saturday's Puzzle t<iral!f I re ld« < 24. IAbrif«(<i St Psddi. 2T« rt >• . _ 31 T>- r.iiut.oif If. Mortil .i si SI. Appoint** w ... j srr v« St H>roln* of "Th Fly. 4nf Dutch- man 44. rvruunitd 45. Manifest ikSSSfoinf M. Abandon SI. Every on* S4. RtsMt in. so b« it '■.8. condition riaa □3 CI. The 'Jretk T <14. &u ty i,it. California gold h<*« ker« C8. TfcitiarUli tilt tioe 60 Prophet 70. 14t i'K^ KM fa 71. llu'tilui;/# 7:1. Proiii'iji 72. Transmit 4. CaeJio **a ff« 1 f . Not largo 0. Anrliut coun- try in j\i ia Minor 7. >T>t false K. Oijxenvd Hodi nt • . Stick !. M. wh Town In Trn* tienftee 1. WJ Owed 5. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRER FIRST OF SPRING IS BRIGHT IN NORTH PLAINS SOCIETY B.Y.P.U. Study Course Opens Monday Evening at First Baptist Church OUTINGS FIND T OF, THE MOMSNt FESTIVITIES BRIDGE 1' ARTIES ARE REMAINING IN 1 FOREGROUND Saturday, the official opening day of spring, came In tine midst of ft bright .social season for society of the North Plains. Even the nature of the social events herald the fnct that It is spring. Perhaps the first weincr roast of the season was given by ft group of families at LcFors. Games were played until 9:30 o'clock Thursday evening, when the roast- ir*. of weiners and marslunallows held interest. Those attending were Messrs. and Me^dames Earnest Lovell and fam- ily, James Johnston and family, iowis Hardin and family, Bruster and family, Witt and family, John Cos ancl family. Jack Robinson,! Lacy Cox. Melvin Adkins, Gordon | Nail, Faul Watson. Bill Mullins, Carl Walls, Mr. Allen Cox, and Mr. Jim- mie Baldwin. Man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

i i"V ■ ■ FOUR! PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1931 ft 'f: PITTSBURGH PIRATES ALL SET FOB NATIONAL PENNANT RACE i FORT WORTH PANTHER i Brushing Up On Sports —By Lauffer STARTING LINEUP IS FINISHED; EXTRAS TO BE CHOSEN This Is another of a series of Aapoclftted I'reas stories on major leaffto baseball prospects. By BRIAN BELL PASO ROBLES, Cal., Mar. .!3, CH —Stringing along with the baseball bulls, *n optimistic crew1 of Pitts-! burgh Pirates expects the black flag , of the Buccaneers to fly high in j the National league race this seas- on. There Is not a bear in the out- fit. Rom Manager Jewel Ens to the moat lowly recruit there is a diep rooted feeling the Pirates will be heard from. There is a genera, crossing of fnigers at the suggest ioxi of Injuries which killed off Pitts- burgh chances last year, out the law of percentage is expected to help in this quarter. The Pirates are "set" in that the starting lineup is picked but u scramble for the extra plac is will con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

TUfeSOAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 193! pampa morning post pace ftvn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads are cash in advance. They must be paid before thev will be inserted. W nc Ads may bo teleohoned to the office belore 12 g block on the day ot insedtion and a collector will call. Ratta: Two cent per word per insertion, three insertions tor five tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. Th* News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under ap- propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication a:iy copy determined objectionoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second nsertlon. For Rent FOB RENT—Extra nice small fur- nished house. Convenient to bath, close to school, all bills paid, cheap rent. 329 North Banks. Phone 94. )FOR RENT—Large one room cot- tuge, well furnlsned, part modern. Bills paid. Ilqulre (i08 East Kings- mill. FOR RENT—Clean furnished mod- ern apartmens. Tulsa ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 March 1931

•"p-1***'* • • •"* -f §C%t-v,idr-(rv'",P J ■* * • ■• 'Vv* i I wf <'. <'; I J 1 Pace six j PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1931 MoiutllC Bdition of tiic I hiu;u Daily Nw: THE PAMPA MORNING POST 1KR OP THI ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full UuN Wife (Published mornings exeept Sunday and Monday "by theNuau-Warre.i KSlStog company. 323 West Foster, Pampa. Iteu PHILIP R. POND dUKR. HINKLE TKb Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or pcbStcaUoa of all news dispatches credited to or not 1J" l!l£ paper and also the local news published herein. VII iighu lef re- publication of special dispatches herein also are leatrvnl Ifntfml R'i Mewft^-elasTmatter October 1. 1030 at the port fct Pampa TTxaT under the Act of March 3. 1879. week. One Year, SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa tpTlON to the PAMPA MORNINO POST in Oombiaattm with UFA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. Post) "f Post) M By Mall. Pampa and Adjoinln* (aantles IXCOMK TAX HUiir. LOOK WHAT OTHERS PAY A t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

II is- ms 1U on is- n- cly LlfJ lto *3. >•« i rlo OS ?al lie Hi. in. ♦\v lie to ill! •a • «-.f ;a.s ok r>- h? o- t:; e- > # 3 • 3 • 3 • 0 ® ! • MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Tern; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 125. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS TAX ON GAS APPROVED IN HOUSE NISBET MURDER CASE PLACED IN HANDS OF JURYMEN AKERS FREED IN MOVIE TRIAL DID HE PICTURE THIS FATE FOR NEW AIRSHIP? FOR CONTROL HIE TUESDAY it5foer<y§weiTY Tjj Hi'- past ample l ch-soiis l-.ivo bron ccr.cocted fcr not appV.ivuit; , bend if sues—let's we If Oray coun- THEATER WINS IN FIRST i ty tan not about-facc now n;,d SUNDAY SHOW ' concentrate on reasciio TOR i'.U'.li- CASE "" | wny proems. ( _ With the Denver railroad sel- ling ready to bring the shiniiu rails to Tampa, let us match ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

NWtiVCfrViM . wv WvWy'* \ *>" *\ V v "« • ¥« * «i\> v*t *%"> wvvVv^'VVv v . v v vv vv • * v k vvvV vw i . ,-."4;' i. IlS. tji • '.'I'tViV.*.'/.! ,.•* /• ; 4 . • '■' * " • Sfijfc,; ■ fMBTWI PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2S, 1931. Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE r--~, Diana Rises To The Occasion f T NRMI «. Small trad 4. Immtm •. Turf H8. €oU«o l#n of Solution of YttUrcfvy's Pux*!t 9 3 H. Arabian , cblfttalm '-*t l*cu«m M. ptrelan fairy It. Employment St. tmqr n. Dolt H. Not Mltatlr S3. Tou and 1 S3. 'ThMkeri 87. Word of r«- fUMl SI. Mountain In „ Orttt *1. •uiwrlntlv* •tiding ti. Upright part of a tt lr St 11. Uwe*t of lira South African antelopM 31 Aeriform fluid 31. City in llvl- 44 point fonts of the weasel family P«rlod of •bbr. time: Itfplon boyond tf.o Jordan Firmament InetHt i< nt Siamese coins MirtuvM«uu Wrath Dropsy Tier Free lout StOlitf Literary mm* position Even: conlr. DOWN I. Article of nppnrcl ? I ridi II. Ttie ball whore the harp ni<tit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE9 Morning Edition of tiie ijampa Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST B w, MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased Wire Eu5i, mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wamn Publishing company, 322 West Poster, pampa, Texas PHILIP R. POND Manager OL1N E. HINKLE Editor The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication or all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this P«Por and also the local news published herein. *11 rights for re- puoilcation ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1930 at the post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. ~ SIBSCRU'TIONRATES By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Posti Rf Per week, (News ana Post) 20 __ „ „ By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Counties one Year, (Morning and Sund...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

•>.?' ■■ I I f 1 i f j * I ! i i 11 ¥ PAGE FOUR1, PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1931. PAMPA FOOTBALL STRENGTH TO BE SEEN IN GAME SOON 010 LINE TO OPPOSE NEW CBI OUTFIT TO TRY NEW TALENT IN BACKFIELD ON APRIL 3 Pampans will have an opportun- ity to find out what kind of a football team will represent I he Pampa high school this fall when Coach Odus Mitchell's first stri nc- rre meet Coach Warren Moore'* comers April 3 at 3:30 o'clock at Harvester field. Mitchell will use Ills entl.e l*ne from last year, while In th«' back- fleld he will have Che Kahl ut quarter, Durwood Martindal;- ana Captain Ray Chastaln at halves, and either Jim Pool cr Joe Free- man at the fullback position. The opposition will include sev- eral of last year's Gorillas auu Harvester reserves. The buckfioid will sport three newcomers to the ifreen and gold. Wavnc Kci.ey, formerly of Shamrock, Paul Hill, last year with Central high ni Fort Worth, and Lnurencc McWr:ght, from Mt. Hope, Ala., will...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE NOELETTE FOLK MAKE TRIPS FOR RUS1NESS, PLEASURE It EVENTS ALSO OF INTEREST NUMBER OF FAMILIES ATTEND PICNIC SUNDAY NOELETTE, March 24. — Several lively .social events and scores of trips have held interest in No?leU« during the last few davs. The trips have been prompted by both busi- ness and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Estes and children are house guests of Mrs. Estes' parents, of Laniesa, thw week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tinsley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Tinsley of Stinnett, Sunday night. A. R. Kencald and Ben Kencaid left Tuesday for Wichita Falls where they will visit their father, | le.v's Fireflies, Betty Jo Townce-id PIANO RECITAL WILL BE PRESENTED HERE Pupils o " Mrs. May Foreman Carr, 1 piano instructor of the Parana Col- | lege of Music, will be presented m I recital Friday afternoon and eve ! ning in the audit orlum of the Firs Methodist church. Eleanor Frey and Grace Dwyer, violinists, mid Mai colm Carr,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

National Bate are machine gunner* of the Olinbia ■tatevllle penitentiary where they quickly studying the cause* of earlier disorder*. Note the debris y*r-rYr- .111' i** MU disturb in Dr. O >•■>: j • PAHPA MORNING POST MACHINE GUNS HALT RIOT IN CELL HOUSE Guard quieted new riot red in Cell House F at the .~an there while Investigators btoel1, thrown from cells by scw^nTcoKvlcts who fllF the 7rim ttmMen in't^e" baikiround'CUl*r "" Btf PerctOal Clwuioplw Wrest. Author of MYSTERIOUS WAYE BS and unwelcome patient iter's nursing home. Ills hint to Or. MacAdoo sends him to Charters to demand half of the 10,000 pounds Involved in the Mar- Jorie Lauderdell case. Charters, his hatred of Waye thereby intensified, is forced to get rid of Waye, who knows of his criminal past. Thus Waye obtains an alibi for the slay- ing of "Spider" Schlitz, Charter' formert confederate, and gains the confidence of Marjorie, whose avnfc was in Charters' old gang. The girl's health has been growing worse cn-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

"p -"vW' ■! " •/ ' ff WEDNESDAY MORN INC, MARCH M, UN. PAMPA MORNING POST \WWIWWWHPBM IMH f CLASStfffib ADVERTISING All. want ads an cash in advance. taunted. Want Ads may be on the day ot Insadtlon and ■*: Two cent pSword i minimum twenty-Be cen k.argn. ss^sas^ ot any error They must be paid before thev ' honed to the office before 13 ector will call. three Insertions for five to classify all Want . from - n in time (or i correction before second For Rant FOR. RENT—Extra nice small fur- nished house. Convenient to bath, oloee to school, all bills mid, cheap rent. 330 Worth Banks. Phone tH. _ rn bedroom, ad- bath, private entrance. ^ pavement. Rent reason- orth Oray. KR RENT—Small furnished mod- em apartment. Couple only. 446 HOrth Houston. Phone 411 J. NR RENT—Mice bedroom in pri- vate home. Close In. Two men gif^.16 per week for two. 810 MR RENT—Three-room efficiency FOR RENT—My home, beautifully furnished, to responsible party only. Phone 1388W. 1300 Mary Ellen street. TOR RENT —...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 March 1931

(y*YyY" **v> . j f r . j ! i J • £ ■r- & E I \ <'■ I f 1 4- 8". :> 'PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1931. OIL ME MOTHER NATURE'S CURIO SHOP i REFINERIES OPERATED AT 64.3 PER CENT OF CAPACITY NEW YORK. March 24. ;Vt — Dftilv averaRe grn«<i rruiic oil pro- d'.iction In the United States lu- cifaswJ 77.500 barrels In 111" week ended March 21. tctaHa* 2,2(i6,050 barrels, the American Petroleum institute's weekly summary indi- cates. Dally average production east of California Increased 73.500 bar- rels to 1,736.150 bands. Refineries representinp 1)5.7 i>cr cent of estimated total capacity, op- erated at 64.3 per cent of their ca- capacity. reported daily averag? runs of crude cil to still? at 2.297.000 barrels. Dally average the previous week for refineries representing' 97.5 )>er cent of total, operated at C4K per cent of capacity, v.as 2,314,000. Go so line stocks at these refineries were 46,758,000 barrels ajain.st 45.- 821,000 barrels...

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