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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 16, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE SCORES OF PUPILS WILL PARTICIPATE IN CARNIVAL HERE FINE BUILDING AND SCHOOL LEADERS ARE PRIDE OF LEFORS PARADE ON FRIDAY TO Murry, Nova Lou Woodliouso, Anita OPFN I I VIC I V ' Arnold, Wanda Cotton. Frunkie Lou Vvi.'\Ttvrr< I Keehn, Madeline Morseinan, Botty Ij V l^IV l!\ti Jane Cree, J. R. McKamy. Joan ' • . * , i Moon. Dorothy Lues Cornelius, One or tlic most elaborate events Meredith Monrehead, Janet McMll- Unaertaken this year by the local ]cn, Bobbv Oilclirlst. Valda Mann. W(th school will be the carnival Donna Lec Walters. Kin a Merle Friday mid Saturday on the .scliool j HiBcrlnl^otliajn, Klcth Kivlehen, Lois grounds and in the «ymnasium, the Benton, Bert Hughey, Bob. Oat;., event to be for the benefit ol the Lucille Stockton, Emma Lee Hun- school annual. This year's annual > KalCi Jack McGnlLster. Edward lias been paid for, It was announced i Vincent yesterday bry rjnhuol officials, al- though there is a d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

m PWGE FOUR rnmr/i Wiunmnu « VJI SENATORS COME BACK IN SECOND GAME WITH 7-1 SCORE Houston Celebrates Opener With Win On Beaumont jGO' INTO TENTH" FOR DECIDING POINT IN TUSSLE WASHINGTON, April 15 f/P)— A four-hit pitching performance. by Bump Hadley combined with some effective hitting and a pair of Phil- adelphia errors nave the Washing- ton Senator# a 7-1 victory over the Athletics today and an oven break In the two game* played so far. George Earnshaw, Connie Mack's, ace right-hander, was driven to the •towers in the fourth inning. Philadelphia abrhoae Bishop, 2b 2 0 0 2 3 1 Williams, 2b o o o Haas, ct 3 Cochrane, c — 3 Itevlng, c — 1 ftoxx, lb' 1 0 ■fodt, lb 1 1 Miller, rf 4 Byltes, 3b ....... Bolcy, ss ■arnshaw, p 1 Mahaffey, p .1 Carter, p — 0 jiCramer xxMcNalr 1 ooooo Totals .30 1 4 24 14 2 x—Batted for Mahaffey in 7th. xx—Batted for Carter in 9th. IGHT BUTTLE SET IN JULY SOUTH BEND, Ind, Apilil 15, i/P>—Max Schmeinw, world heavy weight champion, officially was told today ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1031.. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE. Store Hours Thursday Are From 8:00 A. M. Until 7:00 P, M. Croquet Sets Complete I III' $ 1 o u r players. V u r ii ilied bulla ;iiul mal- lets. Set DOLLAR DAY Underwear uoliai DOLLAR DAY Enamelware ookmg Diapers white Ginghams $ coloi sizes width DOLLAR DAY Domestic 40 inch extra $' quality Brown Domestic. On Dollar Day. 12 yards for I On Thursday . • • Dollar Day •• • Any Item or any Order Usually Sold on Time Payments in Ward Stores . • . Amounting to $20 or More*. .Upto $100 May Be Purchased For ONLY SI DOWN! Thin Does Not Include Auto Tires, bicycles or Wearing Apparels Jomorrow! Folding Card Table Sciisatiuiiul value! Mud;' of Mrung "" berboard. x U9 inch top, covered wltlt moisture proof black floral pattern cov- erings. Hardwood legs. Thursday only — Assortment Men's Socks Regular Price Is 25c! Fancy pattern;; and new colors I o r s p r i 11g. M e re e r 1 aed top k, toes, heels. Sii'.e.s 6 to 11' . (i prs. Men'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 April 1931

►w>->> 1 AM S*> i fa*"! F*GE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST Editlmi of tli# Pembe De41y N< m* % THE AflSOCtATKD PftE8S-#*i!t Leued Wire • etcept Sunday and Monday by the Nuan-warren y, 333 Wwt Foster, Psmpa, Texts Btf Petwkd- ClmUopktr Wreti- AhMm *>f MYSTERIOUS WAVE B® a take suicide. and w aSucintos Is nn In- SVNOPSI8: Alter Jolin Waye cs-' led through a capes from the pri-son whore he had anions Ills new M , been sent for u murder he hud not [ fluenttal rrook called "Uncle." Wil- ajltor committed, he renews hLs quest of! Hants H. William and his wife, en- *• i vengeance for llie kldivip rs uf Itts _ icaiced as detectives to help Way? ted PreM Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication daughter. Rosemary. She is desd. j trace the abductors, are revealed us dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this the victim of their cifielty. atul [ Colonel Cnmpball and the Miss also the local news published herein. rights for re- Waye has lost also his famed dla-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

I f MORNING UU1T1UN of The PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City In Texw; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 142. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) «($&*> PRICE FIVE CENTS FATHER SHOOTS SPUR MECHANIC V. 3 ♦ ♦ HOUSE FAVORS SUNDAY MOVIE BILL SEEKS PRESIDENCY AS G.O.P. WET Someone is always trying to hand ! 'lie (Hi i I or some boloney. * * *,i AI Smith's favorite eoiti'reiioii U very c<;iiunuii around a newspaper office. The latest effort to hand us the stuff that "no matter how thin you slice it, it's still bologna," comes from King Features, Inc., New York. A thin slice of con- j dented t'ido b enclosed in an en* \ \ elope advertising "Ilave's Delicti. 1 teiseii," a new comic. Itawth.i I'levah. FIGHT AGAINST —■ j ONLY FEW VOTES AUK NEEDED FOH FIN A I. P ASS ACE WICHITA PALLS, April 16. l/P)~ 11. K. Krull. who Thursday mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

!v ; m sf M $, « f \ #tv E • t' * I i I1 ' & i '■> E : t , h* 1 •••' • >v ■ :v yf K ' 'V%%\ \ \ s I • • • % -*>*• % \ 'N " * • *JL vt'f 1 * s v> \ v U\¥i % % \ % 4 ll \ %«%*«* * % • <► • ^VvVv % ) « * • • i < • • • • * • Y •««•••••••*•*•• •••««% * % % %\ i««* ••••*«•• • • * • ^'Vv-? . Page two PAMPA MORNING POST .%%**••«•« * «T^T 7 I'KIUAY MOKNING, APRIL 17, 1931 Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE Tr« Irnurk lUr A; pM#4 I'M U II rii ri #* t * Extra Pay For An Extra ~ _ At ACM 'i. Mm ' loud F fW : it M w«*;-u=tor ^ a ■■■ country i« Pom «•i« a 4. in ■ £'-* Si- '.,u |i iti-i-v 1$ i«; 2triit K v! «' L'um'OII' ' • 3!wJ.. I «• 'sr.. 3". Aru.- l . • •i '•:• «.• :vj. V' hi! -..xj ** to. - •* !<• lii. UU>c". T ■ iit I '0. ui 'd m MV IS. NIBS' comb. ■ ' .'orw Solution of Ysstsrday's Puzzlo MEMOOLl Hf *7 6 I T A nacMDQE!8Bnarj □acona annnaaaa □□□ □□□□□ □□□□□ [Miiuu LiCLimriLs □□□ 3n* who ar*hfs f^r f ' '.ill iiah 48. Subdivisions of - ..:• t. ry . ' S.iu ; M or,! ^r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE il • SKELLYTOWN PEOPLE TAKE VACATION, BUSINESS TRIPS (•>" PEW SMALL PARTIES GIVEN IN LAST WEEK SKELLYTOWN, April 10.—The warm weather has inspired a spirit of wanderlust in Skellytown, and a lew vacation trips already have been made. Business visits and short trips to relatives in nearby towns have held interest for others. MRS. DHL PECK IS HOSTESS TO JUNIOR TWENTIETH CENTURY Mrs. Hul Peck entertained mem- bers of the Junior Twentieth Cen- tury club at its regular study meet- ing Tuesday afternoon. "Winter's Moon" (Hugh Walpolei formed the basis ol discussion. Mrs;. Clarence Barrett outlined the story and Mrs. Lee I-farrah described the main character en the basis of popularity. Dcliclous refreshments were serv- ed to Mesdames Clarence Barrett. Julian Barrett, Roy Bourland, Lee Harrah, T. R. Martin. Arthur Swan- sen, Charles Todd, R. P. Dirksen, Glenn Mordy. Miss Ruth Ann Mitchell, and the hostess. MOTHER NATURE'S CURI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

m t 4.. i ::; ijjmwuw m;:: .. ♦:' MMwwm?- i • . % +* I** *? I , Ha : I PACE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1931 ,, , 'jr> / * , V w- S.k¥ Our Greatest Sale Ends Tomorrow! Shop Atid You $£■ 00 Put/ Onft/ 9 Dow. Saturday — />a.s7 /Ja/y to Get the Great Savinp That Ward Week Off era You on This 3-Piece Suite 8495 Here's another sensational opportunity to save Saturday! Our tremendous order for Living Room Suites alone brings you a fine suite at great savings! The Davenpore, Arm Chair, and Button-back Chair are upholster- ed in two-tone Jacquard velour with rever- sible cushions of tapestry. St 2 Weekly, Small Carryiny Charye Metal Day Bed & Pad Saturday — Lust Pay! Automatic Style! $< .95 A lounge by day a bed by ii.tfii1. Metal i< ■ i, i rc.ajiiiL- covercd pud! A real bargain! Men's Ties Suturday — Last Day! 59C New patterns, ne w i! n I o i's. Brand new iummer silks, silk linings. * Lb. Size Elec. Iron Saturday — Last Pay' *1 All the features of $3....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, APRn. 17, 1931. TAMPA MORNING POST PACE FTVF 1>j Early or Late Store Hours 8 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Smart New House Frocks Saturday — Last Dai/? 'Peter Pan' Wash Suits SUery One Tub-Foul! Plain unci fancy linen suits, niul broadcloth nail linen comUuatIons Hivtv. .. in K! Mens gturdy Work Shoe Chambray Work Shirt ugs a si Ihij/ S ahirdoy l.iist Dm/.' Sttltirddy — Last Day! Adr.rable styles in print . ..-'.(I plain colors! Dainty iniiini:n hcromluu coiur i-'Oiiiljlnu' >>111' Blue chnmbray shirr; :n re,at or clcscd .style's. Triple Miteh- eil .' e:iln;:. pull cut, ;il| sizes kitchen "B rood Heavy enamel aw mili|Ci{ felt bit Mahogany color reiun up pi t's, oak leather sales. Milirl leather llcei. Si?!"; !l In 'II Z One iVeefc, Only % Monarch ^rid Radio ;-GRID—Tone ('onlvnl—lllumi- Supet Dynamic Hit ill-in Speaker >,0te Mth Tubes and installed! 59 85 'cenwdby IIC A! ||Ij tWhey ™ Wl us fast Saturday us tin y they'll t:o In a hurry! So don't wait. ; minute to go I y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

Hj 1 t fr b i /■" fi ■H I; 'mm*** nut>*mwww!wriv.. m *' * ■• * •"11,1+***•*11 > */ * PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING P05T FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1931 ^ RED SOX PITCHER THROWS AWAY GAME IN NINTH INNING Senators Nose STANDINGS Out Athletics ! For 5-4 Score NSW YORK. April 16. </ ';—Hodf, LUfnbec. Boston pitcher, threw awty a ball game In the ninth in- ning today after staging a close duri with Herb Pennock and thu Yankees won their third r,traleht pan* from the Red Sox, 2-1. With thftDMM full in the ninth, Liscn- bee made a wild heave in aa at- tempt to force Lazzeri at the plate on Dickey's roller, letting in the winning run. NATIONAL LEAGl'E Yesterday's Result* Boston 7. Brooklyn 4. Pittsburgh 4. Chicago 3. New York 14, Philadelphia 4. St. Louis 6. Cincinnati 3 STANDING BoerroN Marfuadt. 3b . Van Camp. If Sweeney, lb .. WiEb, rf Rlnrpe, ss Oliver, cf Reeves, 2b nmi c - Llaepbec, p — ABRHOAE 0 0 0 2 0 2 5 0 0 0 6 0 12 10 0 0 11 0 110 0 13*. 0 18 2 0 10 1 Tgti none out when winning...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, Ai'KIL 17, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACE 3EVSN 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1iJ?rSnt n.d!L cash in advance. They mur.t be paid before thev fwilil? Inserted. Want Ads may be telephoned to the office before 12 0 clock on the day oi insedtion and a collector will call. Rata*: Two cenC per word per insertion, three inst .lions for f iv tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. out of town advertising caafc with order. ^serves the right to classify all Want Ads under propnate headings, ind to revise or withhold from publication anv copy determined objectionoble or misleading. H n ai'y Notice of any error must bo given in time for correction before second For Rent EXTRA nice two room furnished cottage, bills paid. 514 South Rus- sell. Phone C18J. FOR RENT—One-room fumirthed apartment, bills paid. 307 Eiu.1 Kingsmill. White apartments. GRASS. All fenced, watered and improved, splendid grass country. Pew hours from Amarillo, 14 miles railway facilities. Wrliu W. B. Par- ton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 April 1931

EVi, %«««*% \ N •...;)./. ,. •«> rrA'Wff^ ... ...v, t i v \ t « ««<< * *« *" ♦ W.^TVt«v* -Jl f i I I II I 1 ■ iv , h/l w/' i • 5^ Mr # %r- PAGF. FIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST ml "ilW'pi)ST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leased wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nuim-Warren . abUshlnc compaor, 312 West Foster, Pampa, Texas Ma loger dltoi The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use fur publication of ||| news dtepptcties credited t« or not otherwise- credited in thl Utter and also the local news published herein. Ml rltflils (or re- juuSUcatlon o( special dwputehes liertln also are letwrved. ~Bntered us ttecond-class matter October 1. 1930 at the print ortlce at Pampa. Tekas uiulrr the A*'t of March 3, 1819. SUBSCRIPTION KA1I.S By Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to rl>e PAMPA MORNING PORT In Combination with fftSTpAMPA DA1LV NEWS ' _ Momma, Evening and Sunday 6m" Montli (News and Post) w oyjjj ^ .0< AdW>«'c;.;il',. One Year. (Morning an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

J > # MORNING EDITION of The FAMPA DAIIA NEWS VOL. 1 No. 143. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS,SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA Part teat Growing City in Texts; Panhandle Oil nnd Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS FOUR BURNED IN OIL WELL > « (HidBSip Mr; wppns v -iwS.O) F pim nc GOVERNMENT WARNS AMERICANS TO LEAVE NICAl-fAGUA FREE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE FAVORS CIGARET-GAS WL BILL HOUSE REJECTS ,, BY SINGLE VOTE MARIJUANA MEASURE PASSED BY SENATE TO CURB SALE T6PIC/Q^SU^city ASK COLLECTION CHANCE lly (he time this is in print the Pampan will be entering (lie sec- ond day of the Panhandle Press as.'relation, of which he is presi- dent. The session for is at Plalnview, a fine little city of par- ticular interest bt cause it achieved the apikoximate si/." of I'amp.. without oil. LAST HOUSEHOLD OF A PROUD DYNASTY I What Plalnview has done Pampa FAVOR ABOLITION OF call do In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

> it* « -1 ••• WWW •w • ii- -i - Tim-r umin ««■ , |L . > ! J y<| ■! >-Wkv« w la P'/'i I iii T ft; is PAMPA MORNING POST j Q;-'i|y OoH-word Puzzle L ■■. i — —— — —• ——« ..i .(.-• rf V::f?ro -'i ^If'A'^clAlTj^FiRip] |ir'£ i' [ww [jI-'''"' '-"y''■ • ;*•'W'i'L't'l li c,'u ltS'?.vuT,u y\'i\ > ii. ,4- -' to ti'' rM ^ ipl1 * MP . Ik « iSif I* v If. jjfttt si. juiMl "A1 J fr1 k^-rp e Vf*K-:« ff1 , . Jfiiii1' ■> frtv i *!'<* •! ! >JL r SC. ' • *•' li Jr. final Inn K«. Vvrh.a ST. Alt. i ;i .'t.-.n bird G'J. Mark u [OU.rnnllft *• ' if. Animal * l;in liln.v lit-* u Temporary .,i rfl>..ai ( w (h r l<lent _j.'4'Utt<• :««• 11. flan . tM4 •' '■ ' J.V ttfi't nil'. kit ^Phffot in M. *W'M flnchti «. Htter.o A ' P > ' nrl.l'' E'<*. V ««. i.uerm ♦ I.ind A ' wintry p ". ln M (•/ Mi"' 54. South Amerl- ran monkey 14. flusMan mountain* fifl. Calyx leaf •n. rnvcrn 61. Nothing more than f 5. Coax 60. Preredlnc filirhta 67. Ovule DOWN t. Individual |m rformui" * 2. So may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1R31. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE TRUE® [ NEW YORK, ifl1)—A sense of humor unci her reputation as a bivt dressed woman have taken Ger- trude Lnwrencs away from the mu- sical revue stage. She now pla\; only in drawing-iocm ccmcdles ui the witty, sophisticated type. These two qualities—humor and j modishness—have been the tore which guided her career to that of one of the favored stars of both Broadway and Piccadilly. Along with her fame as a revue SEVER AI FWTITIJ T A I \t Tv- ccmcdlenne, Miss Lawrence be^an II n MPs J lt0 attrnct attenUon iw " rlUIVLES r OR CrULSlb and chic styles she introduced. She BEST STYLE DEFIES 'DICTATES' DURING WEEK Mrs. J. H. Palmer and son, Hallic, i cf Perrytcn, were visiting her broth- or, Floyd Bull, and wile, Monday and Monday night, Miss Carpenter and Miss Imogene Wood spent last week-end in Dumas visiting Lillian Wood. Miss Ilia Mae Hastings spent last week-end in Canyon visiting her mother. Miss Sinclair Rice visited home fol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

A'wttw>* ■*** *— i r % S* * ' ' n 11 n i i * R 1 i mi •;' I' r" I I?k ■ £>: ■>« FACE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1ft, 1931. •' i 1 ; HARVESTERS PLACE IN AMARILLO TRACK AND FIELD MEET Pitchers Are Used In Dallas-Shreveport lie. Game Eleven T BRUSHING UP ON SPOUTS by Laufer MAV BE ABLE to enter j 440-YARD dash if not seriot.'s The Harvester track and field ■quad received an almost mortal blow yesterday when Albert "Grease" Lard tore a tendon In his left le« while running In the qualifying round of the 100-yard dash at the Amarillo News-Olobe meet. Lard will be unable to enter the race today although he qualified. He may run the 440-yard dash and the relay. Other Harvesters, apparently dis- mayed by the accident, failed to make their usual good showings and only ten members qualified to take part in the final events today. Following is a list of the Har- vesters who will take part in the finals which begin at 10 o'clock this morning at the Trl-8tivte« Fair ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

■ * "* <% * t * f ■ 3 • SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FIVE aCMALONE'S FIRST... 'THERE'S NO DOUBT OF IT'S QUALITY IF IT COMES FROM E NEED BE NO DOUBT of it's VALUE if BOUGHT at this SALE" SALE STARTS SATUR- DAY, APRIL 18 COME EARLY In seven years of business in Pampa we have never advertised a Store-Wide Sale. It has been our policy to keep our prices right 365 days a year and always give bonifide values to every customer as they need our merchandise. WE SHALL CONTINUE THIS POLICY . . . However we have made some valuable con- nections in our purchasing department which we want to demonstrate to the public . . . and we're going to do so in this, OUR FIRST STORE-WIDE SALE. HERE IS THE ANSWER . . . BUY NOW WHILE THESE PRICES ARE EFFECTIVE Every item is marked down to the amazingly low price of the Associated Furniture Distributors of America for whom we are exclusive distributors in Pampa. The volume contracts they place with several factories for various ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

**"*" r'WWint;;Ktntrre:rvtrrrtr:rejr^r^rrtrrrrw I ?. j < f II ,i> 1 ' r ■I I i is r. ■ I 1 I'! I ' "'$i J V ">? ■ PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THE Mot of the Pamj the Pampa Daily News MORNING POST PUT HIM OUT! MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Loaned Wire PubUahed mornings cxcept Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampa, Texas wm.ip a OUN E. I company, pond" hinkle Manager .. Editor _ Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this par and also the local news published herein. All rights for re* bllcatlon 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, 187D. SUBSCRIPTION to the PA THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier in Pampa PAMPA MORNINO POST in Combination with ... Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) 8? far...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PA CE SEVSIf CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING .AH want ads are cash in advance. They must be paid before thcv fttLt? w nf Ads may be telephoned to the office bclore 12 ® i?JL day tnsedtion ond a collector will call. . «3^S5Li. 0 ?ent\ pSr word per insertion, three Inst tions for five cents minimum twenty-five eenta per insertion. • Out of town advertising cash with order. n,!n reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under propria to headings and to revise or withhold from publication anv pony determined objectionoble or misleading. ^ n aay toertion Wiy crror mUfit be Biveu ln for correction before second Btj PcrciOal Chmiopkcr Wren AuMw of MYSTERIOUSMYF For Rent FOR RENT—Small furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. 440 North Houston. Phone 411 J. FOR RENT—Room and board in private home, for two num. Also board by month or week. Mrs. Zim- merman. 505 North Frost. c2l FOR RENT—One-half duplex, three rooms and private bath. Also garage...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 April 1931

is 4 E I - | t k r 'V KjP "£*• | 1 I' . •. -■•■ v> *•«"« v.j PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MONNIW. POST .- ■ • i'Vj! * / • # - * SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. 1931. SPAIN Oil AFTER JUNTA iierfs a brimful ok cine ACCEPT AI.I. PEHT8 OF KINGDOM; MARKETS ARE STRONGER Hv CLARCNCK IH'IIOKE Associated I'ress Staff i urrps|iuntipnl MADRID. April 17. (II—The pro- visional government of Spain an- nounced tonight it would recognize all debts of Use monarcliy. The Immediate result wax Hie strength- ening of stocks and .see mi ties on the exchange. The announcement cau-cd a feel- Inn cf optimism in the business and banking worlds and stimulated more confidence generally In the eco- nomic future of the country. Most tf Spain's outstand obligations are domestic bond Issues. It is under- stood the $60,000,000 wedirj Ur.ue arranged by the fcrmer government thrcugh the J. P. Morgan interests In New Ycrk has not yet been drawn on. Every bank in the city was guard- ed by several policemen today— outMoe and inside—...

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