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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY /(\. l!>:u PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE F1VI •r# •r* • • WALKER POIWS or tm PECISlOa wa johwhy MSKO OllOR LEADS GOLF! TOURNEY IN FLOW IN RING HE 1>A STRIBLING'S %/U O W ENDS WITH JUDGE'S DECISION MADISON SQUARE GARDEN STADIUM, Miami., Flu., Feb. 25. (^■)— In a slushlnu .slugiVu, Mickey Walker pounded out > a )0-round victory tonight over JAhnny RiMco in the leaturc bout otfY'Pu' Strll>- ling's tiaivywelght show. The mid- UieweUht cliapi|>U)ii won the judge's decision by staelim a "O'eat finish In the las: two rounds. Waller spot- ted his rival nearly « Ufi' pounds, weighing 105to 194 for llisko. The light by rounds: '• Hound 1 - While thtx "pMnelpulv sat In tlielr corners, n<f#rly a dozen fistic celebrities v,ere Introduced, In- cluding Maxey Roseni>Joo>n, Jackie "Kid" Berg, I,ew lendler, the old lightweight slar, lietmie liass and Prlmo Camera. ' ' ; Risko and Walkor ware white gloves, ordered by the boxing com- mission us a means .W de...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

PAGE SIX ('AMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1931. TH ■ , A m ■t. ■ <*<• • % Hi (Continued Irotn Huge 4> , down. My impression wa —tiiat aha probably wouldn't objeet to tron- uously." Marker folded up the telcgranr. and put them in Ms pocket. Thi n he squared his shoulders and clear- ed his throat. "All right," he said grimly to tne cowering Italians. "You're next." A • * Benito's firm hand propelled the weeping Angelo slowly forward aii'.i Into the centcr of the circle. In >>. sloufttc mixture of ardent Ital- nnd labored English, punctual- With voluble sniffle, and «obs, Angelo made it clear that lis Wished only to be rid of this place and awwy from these people for tho rest of his life. He wished he had never heard of Nlcolo Calleno who had inveigled him into this predicament, and h? wanted of all things' to retire .late- ly to the security of his mothers " arms. All his life he had been it to love God and fear tlv> He had said his prayers Hy, he h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2G, 1931. TAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING /II want ads ui'e rush ill luhunec. They im.nl lie pui<l Utorr the.v will lie inserted. Win it. Ails may be telephoned to tin- ollice bclnre 12 ! o'clock on llu1 day oi insedlion and a collector will call. lcaie*: Two cunt. per word per insertion, tlireo u wit ions nir five cents minimum twenty-l'lye cents per insertion. Out. of ton 11 advertising cash with order. The News-Post reserves tin; right to classify all Want Ails under im- propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objectlotioble or misleading. Notice of any error mufit be given in time for correction before second nscrtion. Personals JUNK'S "AND*" MARlK'a - Ueatlty yhoppc now KlviiiK permanent wates complete with shampoo and (infer wave for $2.50. 1U04 East l'rauris. MMR. MAIIIE, a medium and ad- viser. A true medium is born, not made; if there is any problem you would like to have solved, ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 February 1931

£v*V S yV V / W V V VW ✓ 1 I!* s 1 if' I I T PACE F.IGHt PAMPA MORN INC. POST THURSDAY MORNING ,?EBRU ARY 26, 1931. OIL PRODUCTION FOB . PANHANDLE SHOWS SLIGHT INCHKASK muii WET PUNK TO By The Associated Preas Senator Davis denied any activ- ity in connection with sugar tariff. Sena to confirmed Eugene Meyei for governor of Federal Reserve board. Dry organisation laid plans for 1932 presidential race. Ccmprujib* sought on legislation j i<i limit mU imports. Stuttior KoitLh e*pr<*&ie<t opU .. ml-m over fcar«*Mtwnt un "Lam* I WILL KXEftl PRK.SSUUL Duck" Uill. I poft SUPPORT OF Briiutor fihefipard |ireposed' |Ml< >11IMITION NSW YORK, Feb. weekly summary of the American Petroleum institute today said: Refineries representing 93.7 per cent of the estimated daily poten- tial refining capacity operating at 634 per cent of their capacity, re- ndrted daily average run of crude oU to stills as 2.270.400 barrels Daily average the jtteviotw week mm 2,211,80V barrels for refin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

MORNING EDltlON of The PAMPA DAIU NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST 1 r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City la Texts} Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. 'OL. 1, No. 107. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS SENATE TO VOTE VETERAN BILE Republicans Threaten To Join Democrats To Put Over Crude Bill DOPE ISM 1 i j ) -• +4 i FOR T FRED MYERS IS GRANTED NEW TRIAL BY BRALY 4 LONG WORTH RECHOSEN i SPEAKER BY VOTE AT CAUCUS f6>ic/Q^0PcrrY OIL BILL IS VOTED OUT I eititeng are ^ropoBinc CARBER ASSAILS PARTY t " should be atwUshed. ON FAILURE TO PASS TARIFF. Either the pabllc library hi worth the small ta< that the Lions club member* am!- other for It or IN "MURDER AT BRIDGE" TRIAL WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. A lew hoftrs before the i'list Repub- lican caucus of the new house, five Kansas regulars today Joined a group of Independents in refusing to attend the party meeting called t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

MiimiHiuiHi'Wn +4 * ♦« * * ** ♦A* ^ * ^ MVM * % *v* M-M-M r&TiTJfJ.~ v. i ^ & . . _ _ « >•. J ^N. - * ^ \ VWVfe*MkAkJuULkJi Ky TAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1931. \ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Alt «nt ads an cash in advance. They must be paid before they toStrSd. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 the day of insedtlon and a crtleclor will call- ,, -Two cent: per word per insertion, three Insertions for five minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. ' rfisli " v wwt wj(| to hud^objectionoblc or misleading of town advertising cash with order. Mem-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ada under ap- headings and to revise at withhold from publication any of any error must be given in tiane lor correction before second liermaneni , and comiilcte with shampoo and wave for 12.50. 1004 East i'OR BALE at a tmcruicc. sectional steel frnme building 44x30 in good i thapc. $125. Brandts Dry Goods ftore, SUcllytown, Texa . «i BEGIN HERE TODAV I BONEV,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1*31. PAMPA MORNING POST pace thru I t * ; STYLE SHOW IS INTERESTING CHARM SCHOOL FEATURE NANCY HE TELLS HOW 10 IN CLOTHES AND ACTIVITIES TALK THIS AFTERNOON TO BE EXCLUSIVELY FOR WOMEN There's only one more U.iy of tin* NewuPost Churn and Health school! This afternoon at 2:Jo o'clock Nancy Earle will Hive an Intlmnt-' talk to women only. U Is expect- ed that the attendance, which has increased each day of tlio school, will be greater than ever tomorrow. A style revue, featuring smart frocks and gowns from Murfee's store and shoes from Brownbuill shoe company, gave ackled interest to the school on Thursday evening. "Down Petticoat I.ajie" The revue was In keeping with Nancy Earle's .subject "Down Petti- coat Lan" Miss Enrle herself was wearing a gown of wood violet taf- feta, belted model. Circular ruffles of tulle gave added beauty to the floor length skirt. While gold and brilliant accessories were worn. Nancy Eurle tttplalned how; to express one's per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 193*. I'AM PA MORNING POST PACK FOUR SENSATIONAL Family M&ORE ASSISTING COMING TODAY AT THE STATE jSy1 I ' ™ r ' t ' ■ OJNGMAN BEATS MACKEY IN •TNI FALLS III BOUT DALLAS FLASH VICTOR IN FIRST STANZA AT PLA-MOR Sailor Otis Ollnginan. Pampa middleweight wrestler, went a step Dearer a crackiat the world's cham- inship last night when he threw clone Mackey, of Dallas, two out _ throe falls. Ollngman lost the flrst fall but came baok to win tba last two in a sensational manner. Cllngman entered the ring at 159 pounds, one pound under the weight Mjecified In his contract with Mack- ey, Who weighed 1SS pounds. Mack- ey was all shoulders, and he used Ihem and a pair of Juinplng-Jack ttas to good advantage. Xn the semi-final Bllly> London out- alugged Roy Welch in 13 minutes of furious mauling. The boy from Dallas took the first Mold In the main event, an aim atretch Which lie later developed Into a double toe hold which Cling- man finally broke. Then star...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

/v j J / / * v V / v 4 v / y v ✓ /v / / / > / / / / / / / , / / / / / / V / // /I///// / / / ✓ '///// FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST NEWS OF 5KELLYPN Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hertjeof Le- Foi'fi spoilt Sunday with their t.oa and fninily, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loo- man and lit tie daughters, Msi'tftU'tt and Helen. Mrs. Hunson cntertuiiied the A and S Study club Tliurbday. Thaw present were: Mrs. J. C. Collin:). Mrs. Joe Matysiak. Mrs. J. C. Loo- man. Mrs. Fred Mathews, and the liosiass. Mir. and Mrs. C. C. Betty of Guy- m<m. okln., vifcitcd friends in , skellytowu Saturday and Sunday. Hilly Oiblw has roccntly moved to finnpn. Byron Moore, Miss Lei n Roach, Mr. and Mrs. o. C. 3ct!y, and Jackie Hooil spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. Murray i Lcath. PAGE FIVE with Mr. und Mrs. Murray Loath Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Looitmn were in Eorger Wednesday. OeoiKo Lewis is ill with influ- enza. Mrs, Monta Abbott was *lio|>|ii!i" in Pampa Saturday. Leo RhotOtt unci C. B....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 27 February 1931

w ■ , jMh^iVWlWt PAGE SIX pampa morning post FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1031. a r 1 3 i W' ' u VU bY* K 1 fc># I 1% Momlnj Edition oX the Ponipa Daily News THE PAMPA MORNING POST "'ttKMBKR OP THE ASSOCIATED PREflft~#\tU UUM Wire fttt. *33855. •s®***"- IWffi •"Ev.™..!,HG ted Praia is exclusively entitled to the use for dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited the local news published lierelu. All righto of special dispatches herein also are reserved. (CbntlriucU fioui |i&se 1> take them off the hand* of so- rietyf Finding Anne* for stray C'tgn Is the Pampan's Idea of the well known hokum. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post ogle* at Paei^rTeiuti, under the Act of March 3. 1870. SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier la Fwia ION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST in Combinatla "jmlng. Evening and Sunday. Per < ountie* _ in Combination wlih .'AMPA DAILY NEW8. Month (News and Posti week. (News and H*U.............. ... By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining One Year. (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

y t; r f MORNING EDITION of Tho PAMPA DAIL\ NpJWS VOL. 1, No. 108. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle V. THE NEty PAMPA :■-> Fastest Growing City to Touts; , Panhandle Oil nr.d Wheat * j Center. > j (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CEMtS BEGIN MAILING VETERAN CHECKS FAMOUS ORATOR ENACTS SLAYING SCENE BEFORE JURY BREAKDOWN iN Oil PRORATION r >1 i tf STATES WILL ON OIL YIELD bolted party caucus to protest action of congress ' Will. BREAK OIL PRICE failure of legislation cause move :mbar< * to WASHINGTON. Fob. 27. in- complete breakdown of domestic oil prcrntion und conservation" Troni failure to limit imports was pro- dieted today by oil rtnle represen- tatives formulating plana for carry- \ in ft the restriction fight into tho! next congress. Both Representatives O'Connor and Garber, Oklahoma, Keirubll- .cans, forecast that Oklahoma would Repeal !ier proration...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

TWO M; * v te ■; rich pro* I ■ i char- i i Daily Cross-word Puzzle GLORIA ?r«d0airk &«fl«Uird v. m. offli* PAMPA MINING POST ■ f I I ' ■' fl ' ' f ^ / | Just In Time SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1931. by Julian Ollendorff Solution of Yoatorday'a Punlo H- Measuring Inatrument II. ItabM IS. Kngliah eoilflM i . Nmlt'i famous eltf rjiaucirjn [JLVriliLlN juac] muL-j mm nuraa aanti MMH [iiaaa^i I JU □am aaa JL=I aanciHS rjidiKiiici raaau rjcin ii im ww aantaa nwa uLinci ;:K-iua arau aanu nana awHiaara nnnuHHi QUHQEIH tibJHLMdll 14. Adult boy H: Ventilate H. Rot it. Burdened >1. Heat in church SI. Marry 34. Expression of disgust !S. Move slde« way« 37. Cloned car 39. Removed to an IOSI- C3. Poultry product (4. Scold 18. Poaaessea St. Alto tiS. Symbol for W W& ured 70. Dummy In infkrlor pi tlon 40. Affirmative 49. Accomplice: slant: 45. ftuoi i sleep 48. Public spen l( ers 50. Goddess of discord f.2. Anfer specifically 64. J.yrlc: poem designated 50. fcllent t. Old form of Wrat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE BILLY PETROLLE KNOCKS OUT KING TOT IN FOURTH ROUND UP TILL BATTLE REPLETE WITH THRILLS: SIXTH OF PAIR'S SERIES By EDWARD J. NEIL (Afwociate(i' Press Sports Writer) MADISON 3JUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK. Feb. 27. <£>)—Battle- scarrcd Billy Potrollc, n mud hatter of a puncher from the wide open spaces of North Dakota, blasted his blond tormentor, Kins Tut, Minne- apolis, into detent in four rounds ,o- night, but aroused bo muelv question in so doing that the New York State Athlctic commission ordered the purses of both fighters held up. Petrolic knocked the blond king, who a few weeks ago flnttened him in 34 seconds in St. Paul, down and out in two minutes and nine sec- onds of the fourth round after belt- ing him to the canvas three times with left hooks and right crosses tc the ehln. Tlie finishing punch was a left hook to the jaw that itretch- I cd the squat blond helpless and bleeding on the rug but the crowd roare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

"if I I mqm. PACE FOUR* PAMPA MORNING POST 1 : ' '£. |)v; •S. ■ t* , r M CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J1 want ads are cash in advance. They must be paid before they J be inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 0 block on the day of insedtion and a collector will call. Rata*: Two cent per word per insertion, three insertions for five tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. with order. _ Ight to claasi., ■late headings and to revise or withhold from publication any Out of town advertising cash TOe Ni iroprli ouy ( Notice of any error mast bo given In time for correction before second MM THEBOBBS-ME News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Arts under ap- propriate headings and to revise or withh oopy determined objectionoble or misleading. tasertlon. Personals JUNK'S AND MARIES Beauty Bhoppe now giving permanent Waves complete with shampoo and i jigger wave for >2.50. 1004 East Francis. MMR. MARIE, a medium and atl-1 visor. A true medium is born, not j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST page five NANCY EARLE GIVES FINAL TALK TO WOMEN FRIDAY in FlfTl K IT Mm. Washmmi Is Hmlet* ift (Irtotfr Pumpn Council No. 4077 or the Security Benefit ussoctnilon met . , i Thursday hi the homo of Die VleA-- C.ic lvmdred fifty ps/wm-ttend-, prMUtent j^. charier P. Wash- lhe prasojileel In U>e; 0(M fJ Pl.nucliSi l it byteriun church auditorium UUring thc business fPs$loi>, a M \IlltIAGlC SHOULD ItUSINESS. SAYS ST'KCIALIST Willi M)0. women in attendance, I n.:ntv Earl" closed a highly s|)pecss- ! in! News-pci.-t "harm nit-1 Health :: iiocl Friday afternoon in the city ir.ui auditorium. The tiav wu' ft-r women only,- and a! icvue cl' lovely lingerie Ifwii Mur-1 Insuae. as wall as a Parisian Social Calendar ion •iuj..:., el Mr.i. Lee Tlilt assist- ed. Th: program follows: Petite March tie Conceit (Delia- 1 field), and Solitude (Jules Devauxi, Margaret Berk and Opal Cray. Wood Nymph's Frolic (Michael Mr*. Anioni, Francis Thomp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 February 1931

k w,. wmm<. . ^ r wdM* \m ; W i I i. i I. - ? f i m, t : 11 I '* 1 i. i ■' J to ft I ', ..'t M I 4 I . Kit P: '■'M I PACE SIX 5 PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2S, 1031. Morp'"g Edition of the Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Lvugd Wire - mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 322 Wert Foster, Pampa. Texaa : ___ 77".". Manager Edltoi POND 1KLE B Press la exclusively entitled to the uuc for publication *11 news credited to or not otherwise credited in this "T wl also the local news published herein. All rights lor re- lation of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter Octohcr 1. 1930 at the post office at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. * ' • SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa ' TION to ihe PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with PA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. ...j (News and Post) •«} Week, (News and Post) y u •2U By Mail, Pampa and Adjoi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 March 1931

o y o ,4 MORNING EDITION of TJip I'AMPA DAll.\ NEWS V r PAMP A MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle > center.; _r the new pampa Fastest Growing City Panhandle Oil and Center. [VOL. 1. No. 109. Full (AP) Leased Wire PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1931. (AP) Features and Comics PRICE FIVE CENTS ANY DIE AS THEATER BURNS ampa Man Is Elected Vice-President Of Texas I. P. A. MURRY URGES SOLONS TO ACT ON PRORATION IT FT PLAN TAX ON GAS SO NO BURDEN PLACED ON LITTLE MAN PUN PETROLEUM *T61>IC/Q^6U^city WILL REVISE CURB ON: OKUHOMH FIELDS IN CASE MYSTERY nil IP So my wlfo says: That wns a gor OltLD8eous snow" MEL DAVIS IS NAMED OFFICER IN OIL ASSOCIATION POUT WORTH, March 2, uT')-- Election ol' officers and laying of plans to support oil legislation fix- ing pipe line rates and to divorce retail and manufacturing branches of the industry to bu reviewed be- fore committees in Austin Tuesday were the principal developments ut the annual convention to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 3 March 1931

V ■■ I * Hnl ♦ACE TWO TAMPA MORNING POST ill 'W-e •, S5l! , Vi J\v • II ip ify !' ' lifv-. '■ ' I a}!:; 11 > ! 15 •■* 5; rv. 7 K. F I- ■ i'j K v 1-2 ft# V 1 -yj r f. ■ $ - K #' *. * ®F Daily Cross-word Puzzle 'iOROBfl J , Mum ot lyrlo T" pootnr , Agitt r ury . Solution of Yetterday'* Puu!« - it ii it. w. B: :al solo ited com* Mftmlw Urnlijr Lurlclo rata Joveg. jmoothly . , Rebuff! Scotch Bird's bill n>vJne animal Godde'a ot dlecord Human* •oelety; ablir. Umbvrked on a voyage Addllldrii to btlllding* Floor cover- 'P* i J Conspired Salt of nitric •rid Acknowledjr- . . ment ot • debt <3. Ovula #i*fm*nt 73. Fit on* Inaid# < i. another , . ■ Nam* claimed >0. l>y Naomi VI. Hteep flax *-■' Exclamation 13. wauia aioisa aania ariar-iai anaisM gUHJlllll' mm □[300 aaaan rja tim-inm Huaga mma i-jfjuaa fdUUH .'ilHMCUa rJHBfJ rjHHaci aacja aiaaa igaoa nasna 0 Hiias mim uaaiiau 1 pi v m v E| £A& isi Impolite Terrible Holder of ft lease Uncovered Contemptible pciKnn Alighted W...

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

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGETHRE* 'NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH' DELIGHTS CROWD MONDAY " 0 n 0 Many Social Events Now Holding^Interest Of Abilene College Students ®sb5(| TT T DIFFICULTY INVOLVED IN TELLING TRUTH CAUSES LAUGHS Social Calendar TI'ESDAY 'Die meeting of the Junior High sclicol P.-T. A. ha;; I* ".mi post pun ft enp week. Presenting Hie three-act comedy "Nothln1} But the Truth," n group from the Pampa Little Theater de- lighted their audience Monday.ov<> | .. ,. ... . ... ning in the city hall auditorium. | ^1C- ( lh^ or interest also was the minla- , ture theater made by Mrs. E. M. ; ™ r ? A""' Conley and Mrs. W. S. More. The j plR^., tiny theater was equipped with ' ocjock, modernistic furniture and charac ters in Spanish costumo. Kongsninl Khib will meet at 2:110 o'clock in the home of Mrs. L. F, The success of the performance Porter. could not be attributed to any one ; ♦ * « actor alone, but each person play- | Executive board of the Busines...

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

1I& RACE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1931. m \ i If i P 1 II ' 1 I , ! kf ?•" t |j; • ?l • I 211 [ I r iii J-1, BROWNS NEW SEASON WITH HUSTLING BAND MANY YOUNGSTERS IN POSITIONS HELL) BY VETERANS (This I* the aecond of a series of first-hand Associated Pros stories on Major leaae baseball prospect*) By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.. Mar. 3. or*)—The St. Louis Brotvns face the American league baseball seas- on with a hustling band of young- sters. a wholesale infield shake-up, and lots of the old college spirit, plus a law suit with Commissioner Landis over the status of outfielder Bennett. The law suit Is more Important as the first test of the commission- er's authority in a tilt with a Major league club owner, than in Us effect on the fate of Bennett, whom th? Browns desire to recall from Mil-, waukec. Landis has ruled they1 can't, having allegedly violated the option agreement, but the Browns have determined to fight it ...

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