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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST page tiirei BUSINESS WOMEN TO GIVE STUNT AT ENTERTAINMENT iJtos 9?iTty IT CAFE HERE MESDAMES JOHN DIETZ AND CLAUDE POWELL ENTERTAIN Tiny whisk brooms in pastel shades were favors at the party Kiven by Mrs. John Dietz and Mrs. Claude Powell as a courtesy to the Nightengale Bridge club Monday afternoon at Masters' cafe. Members playing were Misses Ethel Simpson, Esther Claybaker, Bonnie Burrls, Chloe Buzzard, Mrs. Bob Hose, and Mrs. Roy Raine.s. Special truef'ts were Mrs. C. B. Chandler, Mrs. Paul Carmichael, Mrs. Marion Deerwcster, and Miss Bess Mason. Hleh score among the members was won by Miss Bonnie Burrls, low, Mrs. Roy Raines; high cut, Miss Bess Mason; high guest score, Mrs. C. B. Chancier. A delicious thre-tourse luncheon was served. Social Calendar wednesday Due to illness of the hostess, the meeting of the Altar society, Holy Souls church, which was to have been held in the home, of Mrs. A. H. Sawyer has been postponed fo...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

I 8 it- I eSgerouR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. 1>|1. AMARILLO EASILY IN FIELD MEET T ALBERT OF CONTESTS- SE JAMES JUMPS TO WIN MILE RACE FROM AMARILLO ACE By HAH It Y HOARE Pampa high school athletes yes- ay wen the third annual high > ol track and field meet scoring points. The Harvesters easily epped the Amarillo high school J$b who scored 37 points. Mem- took third place with 12 points "te followed by Claude with ll ' its. Clarendon with 10 points Canyon with 0. reive high school teams entered tne meet to be the largest ever hC)d in Pampa. Teams from Ama- rijjb, Memphis, White Deer, Canyon, Groom. LeFors, Clarendon. Claude, Miami, McLean, and Shamrock participated. lbert Lard, local dash sensation, high polnV man of the meet,1 ing 16*4 points. Jim Ayres, also Pampa was sccond high point With 13 points. Durwood Mar- ie, third high man was olos the Pampa team. The feature or the day was the mile race which was won by Charles James of Pampa who won in the la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE ft] I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads are cash in advance. They must be paid before thev mul bo inserted. Wont Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 o clock on the day ot insedtlon and a collector will call. Ratex: Two cent. per word per insertion, three Insertions for 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- propnate headings and to revise or withhold from publication u;,y euuy determined objecllonoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second tosertlon. Btf Percioal Clirniopker WretL. <>/ MYSTERIOUS WAVE S IS For Rent FOR KENT—Two-room furnished cottage, all bills paid. Adults pre- ferred. 621 North Grace. FOR RENT—Large, well furnished apartment with garage. 72U West Buckler. Phone 513W. FOR RENT—Bedroom next to bath. In quiet homo. Call a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 April 1931

M 13 , ; :•<!§} " H I f # j | I ;-. ih if a p PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8. 1931, MA™'"g Edition of tlie Pampa Daily News THE PXMPA MORW POST MEMBER OF' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full IjfuSfit Wire —J-- 1 w—*— by Ui«? Nunn-Warrwi l>xaa MKMBKK ur IIW. ...«uo-i Published morning# except Sunday and Monday I Ublishing company, 332 West Foster. Pampn, Te ju06e- (Continued Kv.hu >'. *<• 11 R. POND E. HINKLE , us follows: Texas liG.W4.000. or 135.25 |wr cent; Oklahoma 113 340.- MouaRcr ooo. or 34 56 per cent. Calllornla ■ Editoi | 96.e24.000. or 20.1)4 per ivnt. uikJ .ill The Associated Prcfs Is exclusively entitled to the use lor publication '!e'ls., Tiu^'i^^Je'daib >v* oXallr^ews dlspe tches credited to or not otherwise credited in this |> •• Pr \t paper and also^he local news published herein. Ml right* for re- . i publication of special dispatches herein ulso ure reserved. -'.531.000 barrel*. lh« '*•« " " ri — —— down by montli*. shovmw the mm Ent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

J MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle V THB NEW PAMPA V Fattest Growing City in Tow; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. 1, No. 136. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9. 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS PASS RESOLUTION TO ABOLISH TAX SENATE VOTES TO* SUBMIT $*200,600,66*0 ROAD* BOND ISSUE STATE PREPARES TO FIGHT CURB INJUNCTION 1 HUNDRED MILLION TO :sm BE VOTED ON NEW CONSTRUCTION TOPICS Q^U^CITY I m II i Ancient Treasure Ship Cargo Found PERTH, Western Australia, (/pt —Quantities of ancient coins, ingots of gold and silver, and human bones, grim relics of the 111*fated Dutch treasure ship Der Vergulde Draek (The C|old Drake), which was wrecked near here In the middle of tlie seventeenth century, have been recovered. Hundreds of perrons have been sifting the sands in search of the ancient treasure at the mouth of the Moore river on the north coast of Western Australia. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

two mm PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1931 r —. p.. fe- ' s P S H: '« ■ I |' r I Ik t ii. Ifs I i i i i m $ A j I If Hll Daily Cross-word Puzzle ACROSS 1. Bptclmen* I. Arnm manu- facturer lb Church dignl- Ury Ik Running mel- odic parage BTCPC !iuu r Jfw.vli month l«r( if > •bu/ Kte'i ho II- in« eti. SI. fc &Sv2F# Africa ST P ri ci « •lant at. r«"i in 'i. en M. Puff* up SI. Pr.)fe * onal char.'e 14. «:■ «(. i^ntae ngaln J*. Sufgeat Indl- rtclly tl filep'com- pany ^ 41. froien dea- aarta ♦«. In tha midst 41. Shaft of a faather 41. Not wild Solution of Yesterday'! Puzzlo 7TIa[S| U RIG V;SIR •0. Be v* rag* •1. Irrigates if: Den BB. Soak it. Ignited T. Selaea drt. Father fl. Paucock btit- V.-Py Afresli S.l. Buckeye state S3. Near 66. Sum and aver- age of weal her 68. Give back 70. Leglnlativs bridle* 71. Ringlets DOWN 1. Part of a radio set I. Place for the arm I. Myself Th'Ultlrnl production tiny Publl"! more- 'iou:es A Kerratlon Native of an Aalutlc country Heavy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 9. 1031. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE elaborate plans made for observing music week NOTED ARTIST E i ! MUSICIANS AND MUSIC LOVERS ARE TO COOPERATE Social Calendar 1 Tlll'itSDAV High school P.-T. A. meeting has been postponed until April 23. • • Horace Mann P.-T. A will meet at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Horace Mann school. ! Just-a-Mere Bridge club will meet | at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. c. A. Morris aofl N. starkweather. j * * * Sam Houston Parent-TeaehPr as- sociation will meet ui die seliool ; at 3p. in. • • •SQUARE' PLAN MAJOR AID IN CUTTING COST Elaborate nlans were made for the observance of a national music week when a civic committee which Is directing; activities cl the week held a noon meeting Wednesday at the Masters cal'e. Those attending were Supt. R. B. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Wilson, Mrs. Mav Fore- man Carr, Mrs. w. A. Bratton, Miss June Willis, Arthur M. Teed, and Mr. and' Mrs. Oline E. Hinkle. The week's events will begin with fpecla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

• >r4 I J ■p *AGE FOUR m — TAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL , 1931. m - t |r ;>?■ I: DALLAS STEER 5IINT SERIES PANTHERS AND CUBS END GAME IN TIE AT END OF EIGHTH DALLAS. April 8. (/?')—The Dal- ka Steers <<f the Tcxasc league evened their series at two all with the St. Paul Saints of the Ameri- can association here today, winning 6 te 4. Emie Holman's home run over the centcrfield wall with Nick Berrell on base after one was out in the ninth inning broke a 4 to 4 dealock and gave the Steers their consecutive win over the St. Paul 100 002 010-4 11 1 Dallas 120 100 002—0 7 2 Van Atta, Muiphy, Penner, Sny- Atr; Meadows, Garland, Minogue, Tobin. FORT WORTH, April & (A'i- The Chicago Cubs and Fort Worth Panthers were determined that the other would not win the game here. Neither did. The game was called at the end of the 8th iiuiing with the score deadlocked. 8 to 8, to allow the Cubs to catch a train for Kansas City. CNMgO 300 112 01—8 14 2 ft. Worth 000 150 20...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

•THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads are cash In advance. They must be paid before thev will be inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 g block on the day ot insedtion and a collector will call. Rate*: Two ccnfc per word per insertion, three insertions for five tents minimum twenty-five cents per Insertion. * ' ' iing cash with order. Bu Percioal Chridioplier Wrett- ^u,^r </ MYSTERIOUS WAYE Out of town advert: Tlv News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under Bl> propnnte headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objectionoble or misleading. Notice of any orror must be given in time for correction berore second tisertlon. For Rent For Sale SYNOPSIS: Tlie John Waye UoM' presence it; Dr. Char lei nursinif home wns intended by a train of mysterious and tragic de- velopments was not always known by that name. So he reveals in be- 3 limine the story cf his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 April 1931

HU ' i | [ >;;■ i I t t I t t 1 t h a C c t 11 * B t: i i PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1931. Itumtog lUltluu of the Pump* Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST IMBKR op THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull LtbWd Win >-• the Nunn-Wamn bui ur ■ —r."" m<yning except Sunday and Monday by company. 332 West Foster, Pampa, Texan . R. POND S. HINKLE ... Manager Xdtcoi Preaa Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication news dispatches credited to or not otherwls6 credited in this nd also the local news published herein. 411 rights fpr re- turn of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Intend as second-class matter October 1. 1930 at the post office at Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa iN to the PAMPA MORN1NO P08T In Combination With DAILY NEWh. Morning, Evening and Sunday. . PAMPA , n , Month (News and Post* OB0 Year. (Morning and Sunday ) Six Months, (Morning and Sunday) POfltt Pampa and Adjoining Countie* By Mail O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

m •' ■■ ^ m ii MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILTc NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Faiteflt Growing City In Tstat; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 137. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1931. LONGWORTH DEATH (Full AP Leased PRICE FIVE CENTS |tui til COMPACT IS DESIRED AMONti PRODUCERS OF NATION m !:$P II p v 'l I#! M m I v yji- ■ '|Vl •• m % iff | ki , H I ■4 \ I WILL REDUCE IMPORTS CONSERVATION BOARD IN APPROVAL OF OIL PROPOSAL WASHINGTON, April 9. W'l— The administration tcday approv- ed the efforts at stabilization, ol' the oil industry which arc being made by the ton principal petroleum producing states. Both through the federal oil con- servation board, composed of four cabinet members, and in a confer- ence at ihe White Hou?..*, the presi- dent a net liis uid<".. coiiunf nded the program presented by the oil .slater advisory committee. Present Plans This group, heacted by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

II Wifm m m m s 1 • r 1 i $ •k #AdE two PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1931 I Daily Cross-word Puzzle ft DIANA DANE Trademark lUjr At>pM d lor D I I'altui i'IVi Too Much Of A Good Thing! by Don Flower ACROt* U Whhoilt eugar Solution of Yeaterday'a Puzzle I. Undermine 1ft Alri eomb. form It. SWMtbMIt 14. Difference be- tween two coneeeutlve numbera II. Broufht to * culmina- tion IT. In4lgo plant 11. Hit* Ignubl* Jerm col) In anle- lop* SI. Poll with Mb fia □! □□□a □□u unua anna 18. Qerm to. £tl« ruck i) ">ahape4 Wof Tlerra dtl Fuogo II. Trout royally re III Before 81. Feminine L name it M. Near " "vsr-- Tiling Payable Command Grails ffiS Playful Went rapidly Shabby: colloq. I'eriod of lifilit Likely Fertile apote Compasa point DOWN 1. Membranous Pouch /■ 2. I.oiik fish 'jL 3. Card same *' 4. Word or lamentation ft. Spars 0. Wards off 7. Spread loose- ly 8. Syllable of hesitation 8. Vocal compo- sition in. Cuckoo 11. Dummy In sword prac- tice Id. P.ir'nt 17. J'Irn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE DR. AND MRS. G. H. WALLACE GIVE SPANISH FUNCTION LOUS HE RADIO FOR My 1/-TABLE AFFAIR MESDAAIES C. T. HUNKAPILLAll AND TOM HOSE ASSIST IN RECEIVING GUESTS: MANY ELABORATE COSTUMES ARE WORN Oa;.1 Spanish costumes, van-col- ored balloons, brilliant decorations in colors of the Mexican flag, and lively entertainment added to the festivity of the 17-table dinner and bridge party given at th? Masters cafe last evening by Dr. and Mrs. George H. Wallace. Mr.':. C. T. Hunk- aplllar and Mrs. Tom Rose assi.s* - ed the host and hostess in rec?ivin<; guests. The stage was banked with flow- ers which furthered the ?reen, white and red color scheme, and was adorned with streamers in the same colors. Each table was covered wlih a cloth of red and white checks and was centered with a pot of g:ram lints, while to the back of each chair balloons in many colors were tied. Place cards were cf Spanish design. Dr. H. H. Hicks was master of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

*VVV V V \ S % \ \ S V * '« \ \ v \ \ ^ ^ PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1931 H If, Wy^, lie ® - .• ?,'> ■ ■ i I? i f? w By, >$y m ••• m I \Q nSL ,Ji 1 'O t sJr Wf : Ci? : And You Pay Only oo Down /f Would Take an Average Upholstery Shop Over One Year to Fill Our Ward Week Order for This Piece Suite S849S Here's another sensational opportunity for mil- lions to save in Ward Week! Our tremendous order for Living Room Suites alone brings you a fine suite at great savings! Tho Davenport, Arm Chair, and Button-back Chair are uphols- tered in two-tone Jncquard velottr with rover- Bible cushions of tapestry. $2 Weekly, Small Carrying Char ye MILLIONS WILL SAVE MILLIONS Chambray Work Shirt Choice of Millions 69c Blue efiambray shirts in coat or closed styles. Triple stitch- ed seams. Full cut; nil sizes. New Ginghams Famous Zephyr Quality Excellent for Dresses! 29c yd. Lov, priced for spring sewing. Fast color. 3G- 1 n c li regular 40c values! A special buy fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL. 10, 1931. rs 8:00 A« M, to 9:30 P. M. PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FIVE a |l// tfa-hmliioiml! ) Ire siltl) merce. i/ed hem ! It'ViCe Jjrjlt' Ki el!' 11 lleel.s " io. V/-\ "Peter Pan" Wash Suits Every Suit Tuhfasl 79c Plain unci fancy linen sun., nnct brc.idclot !i and ;:nr",i combiin.lions. Sizes _> to :t New! Smart Spring Hats From Xetc York .' nnii.mcd and brim:.*. ..i>Ion roviw braid , IiiiM.:;r.V' and rhiv «•«' :nbnm?.:*■ ' i ** Men's Fine DressShirts "Pie-Shrunk" 1"-\ shirt \mh "s! ly-rite" ' -:!::rs. White, I)'lie, ::m. or IS'im m. or fancy Fi/< s 14 to 17 Console Gas Range A Muriel of Meanly! Nf i'> i' pecially its tiiiish—.1 perfect reprrd.icUon of mnr- bli ! Fxtrn large ov«*n. fully ventilated. i lavJ almost lost their meaning. But here is Is IS the GREATEST retail event in a, Horn Michigan to the Gulf, within shop- it al the same time—offering values made !o.Vo wonder we say "The Greatest Sale in we ay—"Come! Buy! Save!! The Best House Paint Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

THS ASSOCIATED .•SPWrStf r v v v v% y y v v *v w vi% ♦« PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1931 tlui *U|M TWIUi Uaa. iM5 post >••••••« I ifc. I ■* u ' *1 ♦ {/ IlillftflCV .. mm exclusively entitled to the use (or publication &r tches herein «lw ore reserved, ss eeeend-class matter October 1.1W0 it the post office at u mSn the Act of March 3, %m. the FAMPAMORNINO >Q8T in Combination with .y'lgjrwfi. Morning. Evening and Sunday. "aSii) 35 , PWja £W •••••••• • •• ♦ ••••••••• e f e e •••••••• e ••• e alii Matt, Pmbm and Adjeiiung CwmUes Bu Percioal Christopher Wrenl Autiw of MYSTERIOUS WAYE ■« I_ and Sunday) 4.00 i and Poet, including Sunday 1 3.76 (Mews and Post, including Sunday) 9.29 TELEPHONES New* and Post ting, Office Supplies 60S and 607 <108 — It is not the, intention of this newspaper to cast reflection the character of anyone knowingly and if through error it , the management will appreciate having attention called to and win gladly and 'Oily correct any...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST THINCLADS LEAVE TODAY FOR TEXAS TECH RELAY MEET ■me fmik BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS —by Laufer REST OF Y CA R Iten track and field men will enter contests BULLETIN Coach Oduii Mitchell called the Post late last night to report that Durwood "Pest" Martindale would make the trip to Lubbock today and would be entered In the Texas Tech relays. The coach said that arrangements might be made so that the "Pest" ceuld make the Amarillo Globe-News and'tlic dis- trict meets. Tinal contests In the City Bcwllng league will be rolled tonight at Pampa Bowling Alleys. The City | league has been in progress two weeks longer than the Industrial league due to a later start. Gordon Stcres team wen the Industrial loop. tonight the American Legion 1 team will meet the Kiwanis club. The Rctary team will play the Wci-ley hospital and the Elks will tangle with the Lions club although it is possible that the game will be played earlier to let the Lions club boys...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 April 1931

m i m & m .1 1 r*„ i * M \ 1 l! PACE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10. 1931 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ■da are cash In advance. They muat be paid before they rted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 13 on the day of Incedtlon and a collector will call. Two eenc per word per insertion, three Inaertlona for five _mum twenty-five cents per Insertion. __ town advertising cash with order. I ,-J* News-Post reserves the richt to classify atlWant Ads under i ■muriate heading* and to. revise or withhold from publication any (ojjjf determined objectlonoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction before second ' ■section. For Rout RJENT—Thrw room furnished aMltineot. >19 West Klngsmlll or Rex . Barber shop. fOll RENT—Small furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. 446 Worth Houston. Phone 41IJ. FOR RKNT — Two room modern completely furnished apartments. sun. Sud. gas per month and up. frtf Hbtel. for IUCNT—Two nicely furnished h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

J' MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAILi NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 138. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. —, ' PRICE FIVE CENTS CIGARET AND GAS TAXES PASSED PAMPA MAN PRESIDES OVER TWO* HISTORICAL MEETINGS PRESIDENT HOOVER EN ROUTE TO FUNERAL FOR LONGWORTH special train i "Jtf Y s Besides being in (he white spot in theory, the Panhandle cities are going ahead in actuality. It ts a TWELVE SENATORS AND fiwd sign—what the various cities t BUILDING HAS HEAD IN CLOUDS t post T6PIC/Q^6UI^city third term REPRESENTATIVES ALONG IS NOT TOLD EPISCOPAL SERVICES TO BE EXCEEDINGLY SIMPLE WASHINGTON, April 10, (/P)— President Ilocver a nil Ills party left Washington tonight by special train for Cincinnati to n'.tend the funeral tomorrow of Nicholas Longworth. Traveling by special train, he expected to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORENO, APRIL 11, 1931 aw Daily Cross-word Puzzle 1. «. . . >«. fel •4. il 19. U. ss 41'. M 46 4 • • 41. 0. I. 3. 5 47. I'mwwnu AIM Positive pole Alnko a ml*- take r.xtpui.* Confute Piano com- l«o«IUon Beetle Votina devil Walked Jap:, neve coin fituttt Half way be- iwtrii not Hi and east n« inclined Period of time Parent Mimic drama* Part or an amphitheater Ola t ea iire of cloth Soft drink* Number or da)* In th* Solution ol Yesterday's Puixle m A BlA T e l.IOTV E^HBrle' aaanoana yci □□□ai? ear? □□fl HQ.JClLl □□□bp nan ua □aQo^Li arajaa □□(3 any rjaoa □a □kitiBii □030 □□ UQl3 B? Dl *ip IC ~ S gE a R mil E JgjEiS oTeIr 'v « I . wk lafe# •«. S3. dale* Bllat TaradfM MasoMc door- Shortror a man'* nam* Moved- -•rlrtpthmlcRlljr City In Holland K<1lnrf \'ew '/.<•.hai U ii.ni 67. Kxultliit 7u. PlKure of speech 72. ChidliiR vohe.mcntly 74. I2cca a ait- i fsny TS. Hvery one TC. J-ur<ipf:tri Khrub 77. Meaning II.. k*U« tu a garment Asiatic natlt...

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