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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAOKPftfe - .JACKIE MITCHEUJ PUT FAST ONE BY RUTH AT CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA, Tcnii., April 2. (>1*1—Jackie Mitchell, 17-year oKl Kirl making her debut in profes- sional bus?ball, struck out Bu ie Ruth and Lou Gehrig- today but the New York Yankees defeated Ctuitanooga, 14-4. Miss Mitchell was inserted inio the Kame in the l'lrst inning long enough to pitch to the Babe, Gehrig, and Tony Lazzert. Ruih, swung widely at two pitches and then let the tihrd strike slip past without swinging. Gehrig fanned on three p?tch<d iialls, wl.il'i Lazscrl was, given a base on balls. New York i:iO 01C 030 —ll 14 t) Chattanooga 000 020 Oil— 4 7 2 Gomez, Wells and Perkins; Bar- loot, Mitchell, Simmons and Kenna. MACON, Ga„ April 2, i 1'V-Early Mattlngly, recently releas«',l by the 1 lodgers, and Jimmy Pntti.son, held Brooklvn to four liits today as Hartford of the Eastern league pounded cut a 5-2 decision ever the National league cluo. J Hartlord...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 April 1931

> i > i • kt r /+>■?■.■. >!■•. . «•%« ••••• !•% •••••% • r*«rV't>'N*v S A.' i - i «t 1 If $ i " r PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1931, P'y.i ! £ !$Jil P' «fS * CLASSIFIED ADVERTiSlWG ^Market? want ads art c**h la advance.. They must be paid before the? Inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before m the day ot lnsedtlon end a collector mil call. ; Two cent per wort per insertion, threo Insertions for five Inlmum twenty-five cents per lnsertloa of town advertising cash with order. News-Post reserved the right to classify all Want Ads under ap« ate heading! and to revise or withhold front publication any determined objectionoble or mlslending. ' w of any error must bs given in time for correction before second in. For Rmt FOR RENT—Two room furnished house, close in. *)3 North Homer* vlUe For Sal* FOR RENT—Small furnished house, clow in. Phone 179J. 217 North Houston. >R RENT—Large, one room cot- well fumirhed. partly mod- ern, bills ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

J' MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS VOL. 1, No. 133. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle TBB NEW JftAMPA Fastest Growing City III Tw > Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS BROTHERS CONVICTED OF MURDER si m SENATE VOTES TO REPEAL SUNDAY MOVIE MEASURE STATE PRORATION ORDER ISSUED BY* RAILROAD EAST TINS si "iShcroTOifcnY r&mS MOODY WILL FILE CASE ACALN'ST STATE CUItB , ORDER SOON MDLElEN 37,1100 PAT NEFF WON'T SIGN PRORATION WRIT AT PRESENT AUSTIN, April 3. i t'—The rail- road commission today issued its Ion*- awaited oil proration order, : and East Texan* aiuiounced tlie.v would not accept the figure pro- ' vidid for their new field without j a court battle. The commission allowed East Texas 90,000 barrels starting April ! 10, with graduated' increases to i 130,060 June 15. The order expires i July 1. I The exact figure for the no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

/*#>!/ **♦ >*>: !•/? ? J ?'■' . • ^ • . ► ?"***■* ? t ■? ^ r •vV.'.Vf rrr^v r > #"♦ • •'• '. FACE TWO pfcmr* hc*w!wg r\\sr SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1931. Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE !' MittHl/' I Soft! t. «. acnoil Kind of • rubbar tl. MSjquif* 14. Wlin full torri It. (Mfi M. Kin# of loll IT. laiiriiix'nt for mf.rint to act la ««. E^l7Mn. It NOI«h! farlod II. Corroalon on krom M About 14. Pr >f« :<.mil chars* II. Oanaral H«h II Famine a*ord II. H«id r |L WlUiara tt. tt*m: comb. form £ S.T.. daerfl* in. KoT h old 41. Kllat 41. Uttr 44. Cable awtar ♦*- fSwL. *r*&u . |ironti>t*r ftciution of Vestsrday's Putzla sn P 6;E sacra nana laapay □no B aoaaa □nna □ *W' 4« I.HllKllllilf t'l. n-.«t |i«*rultar tl. fiilr-k to#'iher It. Tha pi «anl month fiim motion (.timpani point Wandor Mln ral aprlns J.nok aulli-n Moil l mo OS. Arilfli'* . Tardy It. drawing nut 71. Hiirfasn 00 AM t 9*tnfPnr)'i,ry 2 Partial poat 3. HrT'* of Oirlai'" IIr t mlraclo 4 Outfit I. Hrmlti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

saturday morning, april 4, 1931. pampa morning post PAGE TIIREf <1 # -[30 x 4.50 Riverside Circular Molded Tube, $1.08 Each]- CHOOSE FROM 40,000 ARTICLES ... ALL NEW . s. ALL OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY ... ALL AT A SAVING! Just imagine what a huge store it would take to carry 40,00> different articles. Our SERVICE ORDER PLAN bring3 direct to you, through our local Ward Store,this vast selection. You can con- veniently save money on everything you buy by letting us fill your needs from the vast reserve stocks carried at our nearest Mail Order Store. Prompt shipment will be made direct to you. Mailable items sent postage prepaid direct to your home. Any Salesperson Will Gladly Help You OI'TCOMKRY WARD IF 4* INCH DUES* VOILES 19C Choice of plain or fancy colors. Fast colors. Big assortments to choose from! CHILD8' SLIPPERS Sizes up to and including l'/o. Shiny patents in one strap styles. Buy at Ward's and save! ELECTRIC TOASTER •l" Chronium nicklu plated. Of heavy weight mater- ials,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

* ♦ V « PACE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 19.11. m I I ,1 t Morning Edition of the PantM Daily News / THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leused Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren i ublishing company, 322 West Foster, Pampa, Texas THE NEW RICH SHILIP R. POND UN E. HINKLE Manager *... Editoi The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Ml rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein alio are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office ut Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING HOST In Combination Willi THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month 'News and Post) Per week. (News and Post) — ■ — By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Counties...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE ■rv, f'l) lwo lod [ >. Ind |:i- r lay Iht' tv. Itee |i |*ii - ico llt.S he ln- |he lii- lot Ive Ide lull |at Iry |)W In • r Ian lue ' 1 to lur Irt1 lot |pa f.i; lur. Tite |iP (at J11 (to Ice § I • • • • • t #• FIRST STRING HARVESTERS WIN OVER RESERVE JLIVEN ort Slants TONY TAKES EM ON STAGE RALLY IN LAST HALF (!Ol.D HOYS WINr WITH SCORK OF 26-20 YESTERDAY The veteran harvester football team triumphed over a team, of last year's reserves, ex-Gorillas anct mnvcomors to the green and sole1, yesterday afternoon r«. Harver.'.or: |,;u'k by a score of 2C to 20. It tcr,k ' all the Harvesters had in the first half to run up a score that could not be overcome by the reserve.'! In a second half rally that borderer) on the sensational. Unable to fathom the attack of j the gold (lad Mitchell crew, and | unable lo act going in t'nu 1 irrt half. | Ctaeh Mcorcs green shifted boy- snapped out of a coma in ths sec- ond half and run over...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

...A".'. / i * * * * * * II c i ,i !':t- 'y' m '"•C I i*ace six PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1931. ( International Sunday School Lesson by dr. J. E. NUNN to th« rubbish heap of lite universe —Then, finally, wo followers of Chriat 'are of ull own ino«t iius- i ruble". "But it ls not so. Christ did risj from the dead." And then in the roRuthuier of the chapter the upo*th' Mugs Itr ut< om of the greats poiiBa of Christian victory that the ihumh has ever heard, a glorious deflunce to death and tho Riave, ;sisis'srii'!mcSTU' oin't"?"S. Jkctzl international Sunday school les- resurrection; written wiilio many son for April 5, 1931. witnesses wen- still living. Oeceral Tcplc: Proof and power, Summary cf the Goapri of the resurrection This chapter 13 ha*, for us an Scripture lessen; 1 Cor. 15:1-2,(ei|>eolal value In thi*. it cotnalns 60-68 1. unto I. Moreover, brethren I declare of the wl ns Paul preachedI It, i J ^ n|b,p ln Ulc gl0<W I tto you the gctpel wWch I pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEYSM < BUSINESS, SHOPPING, AND PLEASURE TRIPS TAKEN AT dPFL PIHM Contestants at the interschola-. ie meet wer? honored at the chapel N bRtLLT III uilhkb ■ I Ullllilowini; numbers: Talks by the R*<r. C. E. Lancaster and John B He 4. SMALL DINNER PARTIES I ney; piano .solo, J. r. orifflnt: HOLD INTEREST FOR ;reading. Ruby Sealrf; yells by the UPSTllPVTv! i '3f"') r 111 '10110'' of th? conten- : a„nts: crchestra numbers, Miss Loma SKELLYTOWN, April 3,-Busi-1'°winnU^ln''the county >ne,t in- been by few uayK. second grade story telling, Betty Several cases of Illness have been Jane Wlllnrd, seccnd; music mem- reportcd. Richard Barnes frcm pneumonia. is recovering oiy, Rch.rt Mocre anci Ruby Scaief, third; picture memory, Rosa Lee Ban Huss, Nell Reeves, J. R. Gril'f- intfi Era Boyd. Emma Krause, Dor- othy Tcmpleton, and Mary Crocker. Mel Vanrierling and A. tlrcvc to Bcrger rcccnMy. EVown Mr. and Mrs. Edd MoCrtftken and son...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 4 April 1931

f I •tel PACK EIGHT TAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1931. l CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING £s want ads are cash In advance. They must be paid before they inserted. Wvnt Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 on the day ot Insedtlon and a collector will call. w*: Two cent: per word per insertion, three insertions for five minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. OLD TIMERS OP THE PAMPAS Out of town advertising cash with order. News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under ap- propriate heading; and to revise or withhold from publication any torn determined objectlonoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second Baertlon. For Rent FOR BENT—Two room furnished house, close in. 4*3 North Soiner-1 ville. FOR RENT—Small furnished lious , close in. Phone 179J. 217 North Houston. FOR RENT—Larpe. one room cot- tage, well fumlihed. partly mod- ern. bills paid. Inquire 008 East Klngsmlll. FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

i; 'A 0j ♦ I Is MORNING EDITION , of The PAMPA DAIl/i NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J the new pampa y Fastest Growing Oitv Is T«km; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 134. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) McLEAN JUDGING TEAM SECOND OIL BODY TACKLES CONTROL PLAN EFFORTS * TO "KILL ROAD BILL FAIL ■ , —— - ■■ ■ f , ■— ' " ' ' ***** Discord Breaks Out Anew On Raskob Plan OIL INDUSTRY "BIG BILL'S" FOE IN CHICAGO RACE . r&QtftHT PLEDGE ENOUGH VOTES TO ASSURE SENATE APPROVAL RULE OUT INVESTIGATION POLITICAL DEATH IF STERLING VETOES, SAYS BROOKS AUSTIN, April C. (/fi—Efforts to kill the bill by Representative Brooks cf Bay well to relmbur.se counties out ci euiivitf revenues for money expended. on the state highway system were defeated late today when the house, by a vote cf IS to 39, refused to adopt an amendment to strike out the enact- ing clause. While the bond issue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

<- - - -v «'• t % i ; r v«> TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POTT fAGE TWO Suspicious Character DIANA DANE TraJ'Affrt K'< * Ivf Deily Crest-word Puzzle /■<?££ ? A GtJV / A'i ,W> Wv't % 7,1 dii /Ai V.H'Q. fCOAJT Po^i, A'P HAP A Ut y, too! «V, Vft'i o<?/^ I m? A Atli.1 lOAs fPt-ICf W Vftf #/l/f /V/.W /I CHANCE. aiotus*. /J? AIAV i, any* me cuLfurr *?/*#/ 4/vv ivr« r Tot\#r, >. ww / VcX'C fLFWtt. THAT PCTICT/Vr v<>^jc c wrti nc.vw/m *At>! ue s* VOTH/A/G BVT ?AJOO(> 1 ABCUNP /WO Jer/Aj A*V / way Air pat.' j i ■IKX<\A IMvf T.iKf IOMCC ox we MYfTflZV MUX I OH nee Pathf-R *i*n /A4 ruem stone- 22. I'art* «f docks 1 ."tpa'^ri Stli'tion of S#ti:'Ja> • P.r'if fact* i.!ifiaii«& o:iitjon |T R h - MAM IT yMISS P4AJI \*/no HAS int. AlOAlSV, THANK. „**. , , i;dV(V4 o''' v*** ^ 5ft VOPVi SMADveartffii- ; /TV*/ 9/# *IOSTAS FOtNt>"CCX-lWJ t ,4/vp antes A ! i :*TSCTIve &F«*D OfTWUCHt n ***** CAMB rdc M - •••# At h P1 *'O'pisaciE T I C C'.mp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGfc TH'Rfefc INVITATION TRACK MEET WILL BE HELD HERE TODAY BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS —by Laufer CITIES ENTER LARD AND BUFKIN TO RE FEATURE OF 440 DASH Event—Pampa liiuli school Invi- tation track and field meet. Where—Harvester Park, north cf City limits. Time—2 o'clock. Cntranls— Aniarilh), Cauyun, Memphis, Burger, Wiiite Deer, Panhandle, Groom, Miami, Mc- Lean, LcFors, Pampa, Clarendon, Shamrock, Claude. Officials—B. ci.'crordcn, Wtirrcn Moore. Hairy Kellv. Harry Haare. The largest, invitation tra"k and field meat, in the history of Pnmpn high school will be lieid this after- neon. Some of tho best teams in the Panhandle will conipcte for high honors and prizes given by merchant:; of Pampa. Athlete.-, who will represent the Panhandle nt ihe State meet at Austin tills month will he teen in action. What will probably be the two greatest races cf the day will sea Lard of Pampa, Bufkiii of Ama- rillo, and Tucker oi Canvon run- niiiK the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

t PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7. 1931. Announcing—The Openi mi % w $ & L m 0- f H 1 2* $ ar I m 1 a* Tuesday, April 7 th. ft Spotlight < fashion Fashionable DRESSES Taken from the interpretations of the J Country's foremost stlye centers. Adorn- , ing our cabinets, you will see the smart- est in crepes, including mallisons best, twin prints, florals and chiffons with every necessary touch that glorifies the mode of the moment, especially is the new petticoat influence. And don't overlook the new Ondese crepes that speaks originality for sport things. Special features in our open- ing will be hundreds of dresses that are real $18.50 to $22.50 Values—at — $ 15 00 Afternoon and Formal FROCKS A take of fashion from the Parisian gardens. Especially will the school girl graduate be interested in a selection of such lovely things. "Including Formal Pajamas" $ 1275to $297S Servicable DRESSES As every shop must include, we are proud to announce the complete sto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNTNC POST PAGE FIVE of The Servey Stores Co. A. M. 108 North Cuyler rles j krtr for 'C ar 'an 'U! st Modern Ladies' Shop id quality that makes shopping a pleasure. !iit of this style shop, completing the service that you have not found in medium ie most enthusiastic shopper. anxious to make hundreds of acquaintances right at the beginning, and in order special prices in ready-to-wear in this advertising you will be assured a AY MORNING, APRIL 7, 9 A. M. !a| Cloves lid k cessories isombli Itinesl ^ie las 1TO Foundation Garments Stylanease that are made my one of the most popu- lar manufacturers of Cor&eiiere, labeled under this name especially for the Servey Stores. You will be pleased^ to find that this garment is getting national advertising under the "Stylanease" name. Every garment is carried in stock here to take care of the comfort as well as flat* ter the form of all types of women. 7,Zd 49c up with all the entracatc possessions e w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

v^wv*; i IQMH Six PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1*91. LARGE SOCIAL EVENTS HELD IN NORTH PLAINS Shows Local High School Papils Better Than Average Social Calendar QUIET EASTER REV. SMITH TQ SPEAK IT HIGH SCHOOL HERE Small House Has Charm in Broken Lines . CHARITY BALL WILL BE HfiLD IN PANHANDLE ON THURSDAY Although the Eeaster season was comparatively quiet In Worth Plains society, there have been a few lni- . DorUnt social events during the uuit lew days and several others are :4fttea for this week. A chai'ty ball Is planned by the •* Ameri< an Legion of Panhandle for next Thursday evening. Admission will be granted for five i-ounds of Mfoited groceries per person. Quests aire expected from all over the canity AfUr Thursday, th; I.ci.ion will : hold its regular squau dance each i 'J : ,iifdny evening Instead of ever; two weeks as has been the custom ' ih the past. Officers Elected Joe Rorex was elected president of tnc Rotary club of Panhandle *nd other officers we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, It31. ^ f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING^ AD Want ads an cash In advance. They must be paid before they •til be Inserted. Want Ads may he telephoned to the office before 12 O block on the day ot hisecltion and a collector will call. Rate*: Two ccnU. per word per Insertion, throe Insertions for five tents minimum twenty-fivf cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. Th* News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under an- oropnatc headings and to revise or withhold from publication any eopy determined objectlonoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given In tune for correction before second fistrtlon. TAMPA MORNING POST PAGE STViN For Rent Bu Perctval Christopher Wren. < \uilier of MYSTERIOUS WAYE ™ FOR RENT Three room furnished apartment. 819 West Klngsmiil or Rex Barber shop. FOR RENT—Modern bedroom, ad- joining bath, private entrance. Close In. on pavement. Rent reason- able. COONorth Ctray. FOR RENT—Small furnished mod-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 April 1931

PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1931. It f 1 s m Morning Edition of liir I'nmpa Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Kull Leued Wire PuMlabed mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Worren . DMtehing company. 323 West Foster, Pampa, Texas PHILIP R POND Manager PUN E. HINKLE .... • • • Editor The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use tor publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this wpw gnd also the local news published herein. All rights for re- 0( special dlsoatches 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. SUBSCRIPTION KATUN By Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to die PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with the PAMPA DA1I.Y NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. one Month (News und Post) . Per week. (News and Post) ••••••••, -20 By Mail. Pampa and Adjoining Conntles One Year. (Morning a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

r \ \J% MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA PAILt NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THB NFW PAMPA Fastest Growing City In Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. tVOL. 1, No. 135 (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS 1) J 'J o 0 CHICAGO VOTES THOMPSON OUT AMARILLO, BORGER, DUMAS RETURN MAYORS TO OFFICE |1S INJUNCTION BGRANTED EAST TEXANS ON PRORATION ORDER * ON OIL CURB [ESTIMATES ARE MADE ON PRODUCTION BY GROUP WILBUR HEARS OIL MEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE IN WASHINGTON CONFERENCE AUSTIN, AiJi'il 7. (A\-A temuo- rary injunction, restraining the railroad commission from enforcing its 90,000 barrel oil proration order against the new East Texas field's of Smith. Busk and Gregg counties, was granted by District Judge J. D. Moore Tuesday night on application of Carl Estes, Tyler, filed by For- mer Governor Dan Moody. No date for hearing on making the temporary writ permanent was fixe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

V r v|HyV*% \ Sw> PAGE TWO ,TTTTTT7TITruT!Trv rmuTrnT PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. 1931. Daily Cros-s- wo^d Puzzle DIANA DANE A«*QSS L Wofd of lamentation S. Terrible . Kmploc 11 Tropin l tree It. Irejairt |i. Deaacrt It. RIm> and fail tli* tea College (jan.t Kemlnlno rime J#, Heposea II. Irritable person IS. Lars* body of water 14. Take up western SS. fiiniulaiiuih to, Pastures 15. Wrath 3. Withered 34. Ar(lller>nnn SI. Low: narrow Inlet tl. Unit of work St. Kind of au- In* veaeel 41. Asiatic p*nlnsula 44. Tn wbst place 4t. Musical prelude If. Point of tli* > compa n of Ye*t r«i«y'n P 'iSe fcWTe [HA * s r*fs r nrwr court# JViHmout tfM l ISHF ACT (■ njb a n o a m'E7T 9* .i"* 1*1 E E'T'i Nis e *Wi\i oUp E'MITjWjStK, e s twu[rjn' llor Lionel I n! r: • a rr '".air | ptASiA, lit AT fv j PlCTuHX Off VtV 4^r WAT OS* T«f $OOK±Aff ft"i*cHc T«4H*I \ 0. s I'ioi.: i TM$Q£ VCV -tiC*-, It's Anybody's Game By Don Flowers AAiOTr+ni. CCl*. ' r?tiT f, V- Mhinr .iAVC 74*...

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