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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL II, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE TIIREB WEEK IS BUSY ONE FOR HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUBS CONTEST HERE MEETINGS OF INTEREST TO VARIOUS GROUPS Miss Myrtle Miller, county home demonstration agent, announces that home demonstration dub members of Grey county have been busy making foundation pattern"! and wardrobe records which will be a part of the county clothing contest to be held June 0 and 8 at the courtliousce. The third and most attractive feature of the contest to the eye Is a cctton dress to be made and worn by the contestant. The ma- terial, Is to cost.nct more than SO cents a yard and may be for cither a tailored or a sheer frock. The woman awarded first place by the judges will be given a trip to the state short course at A. and M. col- leges, July 27-31 by the county home demonstration council. The dresses may also be exhibit- ed at the fair. Members are only working for themselves but for their club ward- robe demonstrator as well, by being A-l tocpera...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

Ip r* P a PAGE FOUR! PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL II, 1931 ROCKNE'S ASSISTANT WILL COACH NOTRE DAME'S 6hing best NO CHALLENGES i BUT "ROCK" ALWAYS TO tuTar-. BE THE "HEAD COACH" SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 10. ''WVfliriley "Hunk" Anderson tcday wh appointed head foot- Mt MUh at the university or ..t.lWMlDanMk With Jack Chevigny aa hii first assistant. Anderson, a star lineman under lb* tote' Knute Rockne, last season aetved- as the famous coach's first assistant. Chevigny was a back field ace and coached Irish backs the past two seasons. The announcement *«• made late today by the Rev. Charles O'Donnell, president of the' university. SOUTH BEND," Ind., April 10. iff, —The unquenchable spirit of Knute Rockne hovered over Notre Dame';, practice field today as 320 of the j fighting Irish resumed spring foot- j tiaining, interrup/.'d by the tragic death of their beloved leader last week. was decided yesterday to con- tinue the spring training grind, after Mrs. Bonnie Rocknc, w...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL U, 1931. PAMPA M.ORNfNG POST PAGE in I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING are cash in advance. They muat be paid before they ffijp n^tvie<li Wp.",t Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 0 ille d°y 01 insedtion and a collector will call. 1 ?ent-«. P®f w°i"d Per insertion, three insertions for five tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. Tf" News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under 2TSH J? ? headings and to revise or withhold from publication anv eopy determined objectionoble or misleading. p on any i nsertlon. any error must be Biven ln tlme tor correction before second | fiu Percioal Christopher Wren- Author of ~ r BEAU CESTE MYSTERIOUS W4YE BEALI IDEAL For Rent FOR Rfc-'TT—Three room furnished apartment. 819 West Kingsmill or Rex Barber shop. FOR RENT—Small furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. 44t5 North Houston. Phone 411 J. FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, adjoining ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 April 1931

VV%>. w\ vv~\ \ * Vt 4 % t ^ ^ ^ ^\ PAGE SIX FAMFA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1931 rf : If r; Morning Edition of tho Pampa Daily News THE PlMPA MOMG POST SAILORS WEAR GAS MASKS NOW _IKR OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased Wire mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 323 West Foster, Pampa, Texas Manager Edltui MEMB Published ir Publishing c wmjp r7 fond" OUN E. H INKLE _ The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication at all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Ml rights for re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1030 at the post office at Pampa, Texas- under the Act of March 3. 1879. ' SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Panipa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST in Combination with THIPAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month. (News and Pont) a* P«r week. (News and P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

in/- MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL 1, No. 138. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA V fastest Growing City In Tens; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS SPANISH CABINET WILL RESIGN HOSPITALIZATION OF POOR IS STILL UNSETTLED PEOPLE SEEK STATE PLANS* TO ENFORCE* * EAST fMs PRORATiON WRIT AFFECTS jDempsey Plans ESTES GROUP i Divorce Action ONLY-RULINGi On Movie Wife ATTORNEY GENERAL IS OF OPINION REST I UNDER CURB | SALT mm APPEARS ESTES CALLS MEN OF ErST TEXAS FIELD TO MEETING „ , . The Pampan sincerely hopes ■ AUSTTN, April is! i ll—Tlie rail-! t!\at _bp able to hrtp rpM commission laid plans today to enforce proration against all oil properties In the new East Texas field except those in which Carl fB6tes was interested, after Fred Upchurch, assistant attorney gen- pamua t>„|iv •rali . had said such enfawment I pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

^\\\VCv\V*\VsX\\\X\\ VVSWWkWV 'A'ASSlifff'NViyf • tf-r.' f ■" NWWWVUt• r t<\ iV(> * • < i,v w. PACE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST ! 4;! i m ■ 5 I*. ■• r- ACROSS jar-. I. Wlttiara V . In tha rolilit I of 10. Dncloaei '14. Cnh: nau- tical 111. Cleaii«lfiK ' anrt>t 17. A brother of I Oil In 11. Composition I.. _ t01' 10. Capuchin 1 monkv.v St. Southern n,a- lu. alcllatlon Termination fortiori .... DataII round ki « mark never aku Itead- r may a«ain>t II. Hi lit of hear* Inn 13. Fai-k down (IS. Si. LM.*: comb. (14. form to. IT. Clonk fact , >9. Rod.nU CK. 41. Strata 71. 44, Legal claim 7a. 41. Regret Solution of Saturdey'a Puzzle Va b " " flal 47. K&iata 41. Parta or a \ fiolf coume fO. Bed of a wild Animal * 63. Acatn: prefix 63. Likely •5. Undermine* §7. Not eo faat ID. Part of a liar- i news •U„Furi)l#hex a j crew for I rirst woman At t.ue I *Mlit;It! M rep*4 litifji Tho 01 lent Like I'reclouH *tone TsvUt out of ali.'l^e River. .^pan- lih Re.-lina . ••#.■ Melody #/ t J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

^TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB INCREASED SOCIAL ACTIVITY NOTED IN NORTH PLAINS SHOWERS AND PARTIES ARE -I Town Destroyed night an scores of forest and brush hv fires died down, Thousands of acres uy rUreal r lit Were burned over; one town was de- xLroyed; dozens of other buildings MILWAUKEE, Wis., April 13. were razed and one mail was re- ported missing. finder-dry marshes and woods, parched by last summer's drought and lack cf snow during the win- ter. burst Into leaping flames as a i lames. > feared a hermit known only as: -po- Walluce, Mich., bore the brunt of lack John" lost his life as flames Near Mauston, 24 farm buildings were burned. The town hall and 13 null red flares cast flickering shad ows over smoko-luden northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan to- htavy wind whipped at least 75 fires, U.J fire damage Of the 31 buildings consumed his Isolated dugout home „ ripstrovcd near Tripoli in Wisconsin and 50 in upper Mich-! chore. only sis rema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

Wi ftittfout PAMPA MORNING POST r. .'A* JP;:' TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL >4, 1M1, f% ' S , fr -j. t i i s J: t, ' THE ANSWER TC j SUBSTITUTION ! |S ALWAYS. ^ "NO • \ //, 1 0 0 • ow can you judge the value Behind an UNKNOWN label ? * i T IS EASY enough to buy wisely When you can see what1 you are &tit how about those products that you cdjrt'f see? Foods, drugs, toilet necessities—all hidden by a bottle or a package. If you do not recognise the name on the label, how can you judge the value behind it? «• You can'tt Shopping experience has proved this to millions of women. But experience uses bitter methods. Costly methods. When you buy only those products &hith you s6e advertised regularly# fteik titer weik, in newspapers and v-K- magazines—when you are guided by the names you know—you are safe. But when you experiment with untried brands—substitute products which you are told are "just as good" —you may be sorry. The manufacturer who knows the wisdom of advertising also knows ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

TUESDAY M0RNJN0; APRIL 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FlVt AMERICAN. NATIONAL LEAGUES OPEN BASEBALL SEASON (?) • FIRST BALL-EIGHT CONTESTS MORE THAN 230,000 TO ATTEND FIRST (JAMES OF NATION By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor FINAL BOWLINE GAME TO BE PLAYED TONIGHT NEW YORK. A'll'il 13. i,l'> -It's fair and warmer along the baseball ront-s for the grand opening of the major league season tomcrrnw. Far from feellncr any pinch cf the times, the sixten American and Naticnal league clubs have marshal- led reinforcements, inci^atcd the wages of many ot their star per- Tlio final game in Mie Citv bowl, inpr league will be played tonight at 7:30 o'clock when the Elks club and the Worley hospital play a postponed same. The game will not change the .'landing of the league ns the Elks arc the recognized cham- ; pious, formers and. otherwise set jtt>e stage Thursday cr Friday night, the for 'a gala getaway as' wctl as a Elks club team and the Gordon brisk campaign and big bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

* kj&j KM I* mat mx ~?T 71 t"Hl'« r"T v • i PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1931. the7MpT«*"P«st OF THE ASSOCIATED P; mornings except Sunday and •ompanr, 323 West Poster, pampa. teued Win the Nunn-Wamn 1ghta for re- Press is exclusively entitled to tbe use (or publication Dfttches credited to or not. otherwise credited in this Mil also the local news published herein. All rights * tian ot special dispatches herein also^are reserved. as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at Texas under the Act o( March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier in Pumj WfflSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING 'p08T wgfapAILV NEWS. - w week. (* in Combination with Evening and Sunday. Morning, (News and Post) (News and Post) By Mall, Pampa and Adjoining Counties Qm Year. (Morning and Sunday) Sift Months, (Morning and Sunday) By Mail Oultlde of Cray and Adjoining Counties — p (News and Post, including Sunday) (News and Post, including Sunday Months (News and Post, including S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

fUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1931. |i r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SCVSlt Web-Footed Boat Also Swims Along On Land All want ads are cash In advance. They must be paid before they *U1 be inserted. Went Ada may be telephoned to the office before 12 I block on the day ot insedtlon and a collector will call. Rate*: Two cent per word per Insertion, three insertions for five ents 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 ropnate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any jy determined objectionoble or misleading. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction before second sertlon. For Rent jr RENT—Small furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. 440 ■jorth Houston. Phone 411J. IFOR RENT—New, modern, four- J loom house. Close in. Inquire |322 South Cuyler. ]>14 IpOR RENT—Two-room furnished I apartment to couple. 300 North Isomerville. ' u |POR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 April 1931

m i-i {- PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1931.' Tp*. u. To Jail for 210 Years! ,-<Yl r^ttkh. ' PREDICTS DEMOCRATS WILL WIN PLACE NEXT YEAR LOS ANCiELES. April 13. '/T'- - SpcakliiT ' Pre idcnt Hoover":; adopted state. C-liairmtm Shousc <>l, the Dcinocratlr Nuticnal rxerutiv-> ooramtttec tcnlght urged Califcrnlu to aid In turning the present occu- pant out of the While House in 1932. Addressing a Jefferson day dinner ! under auspices of the Demscratic | state committee rf California and ♦ he Los Angeles county Demc.rntio committee, Sliourc predated his party vrtuld win the presidency next year but raid "thai strenucus, un- remitting effcrt" would br required. "Ail harrtssed anC indignant na-' ticn Is proparlng. it 1 rea \ the | auguries correctly." he said, "to lid ltaeir of the mast inept, Inadequate and incompetent administration that fate has brought to Washing- ton in at least two decades. "For more than two years," he added, "the government o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

J' MORNING COITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS > r PAMPA MORNING POST J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil acd Wheat Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle "Y Center. VOL. 1, No. 140. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1931. J (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS * • SPANISH REPUBLIC ESTABLISHED WARRANT LIMITING MEASURE IS APPROVED BY HOUSE * frl J INDEPENDENTS ASK COMMISSION TO CUT PIPE LINE RATES • EXORBITANT RATES ON INDEPENDENTS ARE BEING FOUGHT JISK EARNINGS REDUCED CLAUDE WILD BRINGS PETITION BEFORE COMMISSION AUSTIN, April 14. (/Pi- pipe lino rates could be from 40 lo 00 per cent and pipe , lines could still earn a fair return, j the Independent Petroleum asso- ciation of Texas today asked the j railroad commission for a sweeping • reduction. I The petition asked that rates be; lowered at least 50 per cent. It slat- I ed exorbitant pipe line rates were furthering a monopoly in the oil industry. Second Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

■vv, PAGE TWO t <V< rrr** t* • •« « « « • i v • • - v« . vv-. mill ft i PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1931 I I ' h i £!y Cross - w ord "Puzzle •* ACROli . i tam.) Ik y"*ral • upr-A ft«v£* ft" # „ i<ifr;u* J," watliiif i «l It. Inclntr*'* 1JW'* < *'•*> t i ur _ Ri ,i> iO T bttKMn : I Fr &: ana Ik (Uimmr M. ArtftiM fur- rim* ' St. Ornamv.'.* for tlM !8. Bword hand:# 27, Smooth and ctoMf S*. Oon« rnintr J . Kurtptan fl«h SO, Apple Jtllc* 31. InnlcMloti Mr i tli« ne*t tor to </pMk St. Fornur n* - t|v« " , IS, Bo rone ti la \ mem I (Miniy. I Htm JCTMT IS4. r«rfprm r lb. 8!nets print- In* 17. TranamH* 18. Now KnRlnti'1 itnte: «61) . kr.iit'or >AJ fijij o jR^TTpfj '«- 4 ALSifciiEitt yjji&uorJ zmi* " <9. Scfutlru* 4li. i:.fc <2. ii( v. io".* i- £l«rO'II"M/ U K!*-.'- .i"l ptrl.ilo 44. 6<"ll« nu iof upon 41. From of T• f 41. ... Jon r' >«, C '.«ti cltri 51. Dine DOWN i. r-«ch - * *«'• iij' |. i> >ikc 1 u, 4 i'OnUiiitV I. Mr*t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

/•/ / / / ' V V / J / +• v. 1 <*' ■> S / J j. , 93! WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRBB « • COLORFUL TUMBLING PROGRAM WILL BE GIVEN TODAY Banquet Will Be Among Main Features Of Methodist Conference Here tike mm in ENTERTAINMENT UNDER DIRECTION OF MISS ARLESS O'KEEFE Accompanied by the high school band, the tumbling class of the physical education department will present a lively program this morn- ing during the high school assembly period. The green and gold tumbling suits will add to the gaiety of the entertainment. The class, taught by Miss Arless O'Kcefe, will present similar num- bers for the high school carnival, slated for Friday and Saturday. Girls to take part are Maxlne Cowen, Wilmiv Niell, Grace Dwyer, Mary Ellen Gary. Vondell ICeus, Kathleen Smith, Aldcna Pullian, Margaret Buckingham, Eva Mac Mccre, Eura Rose, Wilma Twentier, lien Owens, Mary Agnes Williams. Jack Poole, Jce Poole, Merle Den- hart, Pauline Hodge, Opal Dunson, Alice Reedy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

VI f I r: | v h- Ft- U' WMttW TAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1 3I ATHLETICS TRIM SENATOR TEAM IN ELEVEN-INNING TUSSLE To Beat Washington In Season Opener WHIP PIRATES <•>- Texas Loop Tilts Begin) Today Four Flag Contests Scheduled Today Jn League DOUBLE SCORE| OF BOSTON NINE IN NEW YORK By TED~V08BUBG GRIFFITH STADIUM, WASH- D. C., April 14. (/Pl- eat Hoover started something he tossed out the first ball (or illi American league opener Mltife today Hi thrtiling eleven-Inning tussle the World's Champion Philadelphia Athletics proceeded to hand the Washington Senators a 8-3 defeat after coming from behind to tie tMie score with a rally In the ninth. lite president was forced to leave at the end of the tenth Inning When the score was tied at 3-3 but pi Hoover, their son, Allan, and Mrs. Herbert Hoover, Jr., remained tfc see the thrilling eleventh frame In wtiteh the A's stowed away the jhwl in their familiar fighting m the presidential party were all of the membe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVI <1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ,All want ads are cash In advance. They must be paid before thov ; will be Inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 I 0 block on the day ot insedtlon and a collector will cull. ' Rat§ : Two cenC per word per insertion, three insi -tlons for five tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cash with order. News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under *-• propriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any eopy determined objectlonoble or misleading. y rt}ce oi any error must be 8lven in time ror correction before second Bu PerciVal Ckridopker Wrett. Author of MYSTERIOUS WAYE B® For Rent modern, furnished, till biiLs paid. 635 N. Hobart. FOB RENT — 2 room apartment, AN ALL-AROUND fiddlers contest at McKrnzie's barndancn hall, Thurrday night, 0-2. Prizes $15, $1'J. Admission 75c. Everybody invited. FOR RENT—Neat, clean,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 April 1931

I . MCE IIX I'AM PA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1931 Mtilliliiff Mil Ion nt I'Mliiliii I >wiI v Neun THE PAlHPA MORNlNG POST JlKIt Of 'IIIIC AMNCKIATK1) PItttflA full inurnlium exm'iil Mundiiy uiui Mmiduy l v f<mi|miu. Mlil Wmi l onu-r, I'miipa, Texim L<i'ua«ti Wire the Nuiiii Wurreu IP It WIND MmittKir K IIINKI.K KUItoi i I'ivmi l/i itxfluMVi-lv eiilllM to Hi" uw lor publication ir iifiliUil lo or not nUii'i'wUu* credllc(j In thin puir Mid uImi Cite local iii'W |iiilili«l «*rl lmrr.Ui. Ml rluliUi tor ru« publication ut «>|iomt (ll«|wii'li*'> lim-in it I mi urn re vrv«d. TJ«> AkMH lMtntl of all iifwm <1ihimiotic* ri'i'diU'd Pftllipft, ■lltered nil wifoiid-i'lHw. millirr October I. 1930 ut Uio imj.nI ofllee ut i|t , TtiKHK niidrr tin- Ai t ol Muirli a, 11170. Hero Recovers \IW< ?% HIHtM ItlPTION IUTKH IIy Carrirr in I'umua ION In I lie I'AMI'A MOItNINQ J'OHT In Combination Wil li XMPA DAll.Y NKWH, Morninu, ttvniilnif und Hunduy. unth iNowm Mnd iw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

rf MORNING DDJTiON of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. I, No. 141. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 16, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS ISSUE HOUSE ENGROSSES HEAVILY ARMED REBELS KILL AMERICANS^*"'® Time Is >, NEW SPANISH GOVERNMENT CLOSES FIRST DAY ^BondLuZte n r u J * • • 40, HE TAKES BRIDE AGED 11 BOURBON FAMILY GETS j PROTECTION FROM FRENCH NATION TO ABOLISH DLL TITLES I NEW LAND POLICY ANNOUNCED FOR REPUBLIC IS! My CLARENCE DI IIOSE Associated Press Correspondent (Copyright. 1931) MADRID, April 15. My-The j Republican gcverniron', of Sj-a.ii). new and untried, closed Its first day of power with a m4nifc.no laying down the rights of the peo-1 pie and announcing its intention to call a constitutional parliament. I Signed by Provisional Prr,;ident Nlceto Alcala Zuniora and his min- i isters, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

W'UV,-,- Wr% m. '■ r r I f y j i i F I L | | I I | i H f i m k if n *1 I 05« TWO 71 PAMPA MORNING POST f THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1631. C Daily Cross-word Puzzle ACROSS Bounded I oof i. Monk*y« Mr. Heep'a flric name M,' la a Una If. for fear that N. CMy In M* Ml WMnlM' ? nickname J gfc- H*lKtitaMd II Hartalnlng; to (ftu) luntalna ___ Daeorate -M- l>. Current ct ii< water ™ Supports I>an! h taoney of account WadtlU: bird It. Whtatiu with varying pitch S,_ Speak lm- f>; perfectly ' : aamfc • roan's nam< It. T.lfeTewi 14. I'ertalninr to tha rote Mr Small mound of earth 15. Ranecadu «t. Dinner «rup«fi It. Afternoon function* K. Mathematical ratio Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle !♦ II. 14. AIPIO miFiO J3. Siumb'rlne tt. Spluthea to. Midday " 81. Small: law '* «. Snaro ;5 64. l'lnCiea tJ. lluce if lyrlo pOv4ry CC. Meil.**vul Julian fam- ily «7. Other til. Jilvic on v. iuLU Home 11. ilea 12. 49. Act DOWN Valley Not cli-.ftd Network Condition . Old inn leal , instrument fe ...

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