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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 May 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIV1 J I i • '3> classified advertising ^Market? want ads are cash In advance. Thov must be Datd btfnrr n,„., i • All want ada are cosh In advance. They must be paid before thev will be Inserted. Wui 4ds may be telephoned to the office before 12 ovlock on the day of insertion unci a collector will call. Ratea: Two cent p«. word v s insertion, three Inscjtlons for five tents minimum twenty-live cents per insertion. Out of town advertising a ash with order. the r Tfc* News-Post reserves . , - right to rlasslfy all Want Ad.1 under propria to headings and to revise o* withhold Irwn publication any oopy determined objectlonoblc or misleading. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction before second For Rfint FOR RENT—dniaii furnished mod- ern apartment. Couple only. 41(3 North Houston. Phone 411 J. FOIt RENT—Two-room furnished duplex, bilk paid. $35. Phone 7)1. TOR RENT — Two room modern furnished house, bills paid. 7...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 May 1931

;/A<E SIX TAMPA MORNING TOST SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931. \ Morning Edition of the Pampa Pally NVwi THE PAMPA MORNING POST JlER O F THB ASSOCIATED PRE88—Full LMSfM WM mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunu-Warren company, 383 West Foster, Pampa, Texas Manager Edltoi :p r. pond E. HINKLE 3". Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the use for publication all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this «r and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- illcation of 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, 1870. <w" ISM with .8? JM) l.'iO 0 7.00 3.VS 3.25 CCC and 607 aw SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la Pampa J3RIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination . PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. Month <New and Post) •r week. (News and Past) By Mail, Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year, (Morning and Sunday) •fx...

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

SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 2, 1931 TAMPA MORNING POST wSmm TAQt SEVEN r ■?V,. x'ir .W i <A fif & time a deafer urges in nnknown substitute product r r for au s?d vert ised brand and he tells you "Yes ni'am. it's |ust as good and cheaper ask hi in this Question "Ifoip much more profit do you make on this item over the advertised brand?9' If lie telle) you no additional profit, then ask him how many free cans, Jioitlo6!. or whatever it happens lo he, he receives with every order. If he will tell die uulii, you will find that he either makes a much greater profit on the substitute, unad- vertised product or he receives many free cans with every order, which is just a round-about way of increasing his profit. He has to make inorc money in one way or another, because lie must spend his own time in creating for the product u demand that does not exist. The first question a dependable dealer asks when offered a new product is, "Do you plan to tell my customers about your product by adver...

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

PAGE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1931. ASKS FARM HODY NOT TO 1NFRIN(JK ON lNDUSTlllKH Uy J. K. HKAl Khl l AkWUlaUil I'lttM But-inci* Wrilrr ATLANTIC cm, N. J . May 1 |4'i—Julius h WHrnch, rlutrmuu «'t tin Unlluil Hi.Ut h Chumbur of Cmn- nu'i'oc, ,nu,tti rniH h |ilcu by the led- nrtU farm biiMid lui more cooiiei'ii- tlun Mild liKiny American bunlnrw would coo|)cruto Id U extent llui heard dm mil liifriiiiic oil llic Liu in relief uf AiricrlcAii bunine** ol lion- curajjetitiou ol government \uili bUAineu. 'itie |ileu ua)> Hddii'Khfd lo tin! • number at (lie minimi nieetiuy litnu loiUiy by Jiuiiet C. Siunr, vluilrmun of Uu fcdenil (arm board, who, in interpellated reiiwrkb. iiigBCttetl Ihul wine crlllrUin of the board's noUvlUw. by buklnm men wu not based on Hii«iiitttit and accurate in- tormntlon. Mr. Barur* made hi* Ktatenu'nt, at tno eoncliwlon ol Mr. 8 tuna's t^iuvol) Mr. Barnes proponed wverol deli- nltu iutliuu which he deilaml biiM- no', wanU. including ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 May 1931

• I ) § J \. MOItNING EDITION of The TAMPA DA1L\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle y THE NEW FAMPA S Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. 1 VOL 1, No. 154. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1931.. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS BANK ROBBER SLAIN AT CALVERT ECONOMY BLOC IN HOUSE REDUCES COLLEGE SALARIES ™giINTERSTATE CONSERVATION PACT COMPLETED ISHBEL FLIES | i 32 AMENDMENTS ARE MADE IN MEASURE FOR REGULATION APPROPRIATIONS IRE GUT a m en d m ent pen din( i to slash funds on BUILDINGS AUS'HN. May 4. i/l'j—The economy j bloc in the house scored a victory ! over the appropriation:; committee today when it succeeded in adopting an amendment to the educational appropriation bill to roduco salaries of department heads and Instruct- ors by five and ten per cent. Rep. resental ives Do Wolfe of Golcitl.- waite, author nf the amendment I estimated it would reduce the total I of the bill ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 5 May 1931

••••«%•**« ? yr\ • a,* bnpI PACE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST tuesday morning, may 5, 1931. t I WASHINGTON SENATORS CAST SPELL AGAIN OVER YANKEES SAVE 1 LEG STANDINGS ( ' ^ .NATIONAL I. E AG IK. . Vcsterday'* Results Philadelphia 3, Boston 4 New York 0. Brooklyn :i. Chicago 13, Cincinnati 1 STANDINGS BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS by Laufer i I St. Louis ■ Nait' YcrV CONNECTS WITH TWO IN! ClUcago FOUR TIMES UP I B«um AT PI ATR | Pittsburgh I Philadelphia new YORK. May 4. (/pi - The J Washington Senators once again cast their spell over the New Vork Yankees, winning today's name 7j T :-? vietory was the Senators' tw?n- I ty-first triumph in the last S3! ganies played with the Yanks. Babe Ruth, ploying first base to keep his injured ankle as free ar. I possible from strain, connected *lih two .'ingles In four timx at bat Ldu Gehrig was shifted to right field, the Babe's usual position. Washington ab r h o a e Won Lost Ftt({ ..11 4 m ..11 A .038 . 'J 0 CO) ..10 7 .0 !) ..jM -C •J too ...5 11 313 .2 1...

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

TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1S31.. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREF • LOVELY DANCES ARE^ TO FOLLOW CROWNING OF QUEEN Chapel Programs Are To Be Held For Local Pupils Wednesday Morning IS TO ~ ~ AMERICA'S GIRL ATHLETE SEE MAY FETE WHICH ILL BE GIVEN Bf PUPILS TODS! FIFTEEN HUNDRED CHILDREN WILL TAKE PART IN ELABORATE EVENT AT O'CLOCK PARADE IS SET FOR 2 O'CLOCK With 1500 children lulling pari, and numerous gatherings being dismissed for the occasion, it is expected that a large crowd of I'ainpanH will gather at Harvester park this afternoon at II o'clock fi r an elaborate May fete. This ft stival will be preceded with a colorful parade at 2 oclock. The cccaslon has been directed by Miss Iva June Willis, iralf'.ie yhonl music supervisor. Miss Reset Kil- lough, public school health direct- or, Mrs. J. I,, tester, primary supervisor, as well as ull princi- pals and teachers hi the city. An admission clinrye of 20 cent's will In1 made for nclv.Us. Grade (hcol pupils will be admitted free mid hig...

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

m£H >«">## I,? ■' • *«%%«%%*%% t « I I • f • • • I «-V%" ' • H H • w . • ••«*•• • • • V $« . Bk r K:' I 1 £ I U; r AGE FOUR Mcnucc UttM* «< nam LMily J *wt __ theTAmpa morSinc post TBS AWOCUTTO .^«3uniwl& UlMt Wi/J UM Jmno-Wamfi MRU? K POW3 t tamele "USE? The •r «a Pr*> u *wHMrf?«1y to t>f u>* f'/r puWIcatt'jn ought* en#fiM to or net ottwrwU* rrnll^fl M thl usd Dm tte ta«J r/*' iwblkM hcrtte. All right* for re- ef apaetai Mpuct<« h*r )n atao are ttttmtA jfrrund m matter OrWw >. ttM at Um pc«t olTlet at - nr4rr tte M'. of March S, IIM with | * t Jw ! 4/JO { 2m 1 7.00 , 3 7ft I 2 as (M a/xl M7 ?M fin lii '!■ rSmSS* tKWJCHWTVJ* V> tf* rXMPAwOANINO M8T In Oonnlsrlnatlon THE pampa DAILY KEW8. Mornm*. Ev«iliJ« and SuMtey. Oat Month 'jim tnti port/ Far wtek. paa^ mm| A4)atai « cmmaum otjt Ytmr. 'Uonatm va bmo*r> •" ""Vfiras? Oras Tear ifdp'rt ir-ciuwif 8utvl*y> par Month* <*ew *4 iodudlnf 0und*r nvt« Month* 'Jfevz and f*ott lacladinc F>wA yt ' Tti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 May 1931

\ M0KN1NG EDITION of The TAMPA DAIl.\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1. No. 155. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE KBW. PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texts; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS DELEGATES APPROVE OIL PACT MOON, DALE ACQUITTED OF PHILLIPS GA SO LI NET H EFT Body Adjourns Death, Tragedy Stalks Fliers Thruout World /•I i: j Three British Airmen §! Meet Death in | Crashes 1 AFRICAN POt IS OEM) I Foremost Japan Pilot In Readiness for Long Hop (By Associated Press) Death, tragedy, hope und ambl- I tlo/i reigned yesterday over avis* I tioji tn the four comers of the | world. Death struck three British filers, I on two continents. Among the three was Captain; Glenn Kids ton, millionaire uvlatov- sjiortsmun, who set a new record of J six and one-half days for a flight1 from England to Cape Town, South ; Africa. i Kidston was killed at Van Ree- j nan, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 May 1931

1111111 1 * ■cvVv. <**. iff I % i t it I I If ((41 I |« I ( I I ... ,y . '.,# 1 t t I t I I t V *% %•• • 4 I • t I i t t % « in?. ■ > " • • Ml • ■ >* 4,. .... ...>+..* • t« fAGE <9Wi IWMPA MORNING I'UST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1931. Hi ; 3 .1, if t 'i i 1 I f t •;' (I ,i • :i i -I Daily Cross-word Puzzle T'l t*W f<{ I .4 l' < ; DIANA DANK /viv* .-w a ! /.f fMAcifc TtiA v / .vc Avr*.^ ' The Plot Thfckeni jjby Do* fM 1 • L'wjm ..JL > felutien of Yesterday's Puttie broa>* Pi Rfl lad f* 7 of the left P ►, th< lovrti t! Mmtnlin Pl r^d <•,' lh« horn* Aiwunni««i bmrata < hoi* I«*t*n4ir> t l*« InMrt >« I? IS. It nra mua jnntia iiuan i jfjrir i □□□□ riocj auLin □□□□□ SQPQ i iQaoii 3Q tiOOQ □ □□ ran n aai riBnri □□□ □ n □ I i RlAjHjP II ft «i. 42 4! |lf cl©i*> •H§Jn1*>r " Dlrtanc® b#- • iMtn mov ingW'f 4* K«fl*'i n t 4V. Alfco <■< . !>#c^rrpOM .'.I ntkfi ' • Malt child l>n DO WN I wmfi p/rvin another ft i.larr * Fi< f t^nnwk ObM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 May 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGF, TriRER THREE THOUSAND PERSONS GATHER FOR MAY FUNCTION :4 Many Trips Made Recently SPRING EVENT IS PRESENTED BY STUDENTS DEBS SHOW Sl'MMER STYLES THREE CHILDREN ARE FOUND PERFECT AFTER CLINIC TESTS MONDAY PARADE HELD BEFORE FETE ALSO IS OF INTEREST A pageant of Pampas youth was presented In the l'onn or a isnla May festival Tuesday afternoon at Harvester park. More than 3000 c.ldldren und adults were present lor tlie occasion. The children, alx>ut 1500 of them, opened tlie afternoon's events with w. parade at 2 o'clock. They wort* their brightly colored costumes lieen later In Han-ester park, and rode floats and In decorated auto- mobiles. Five varicolored Maypoles were placed In various spots at the pork, where the queen's throne was <fr ivartlcular interest. Here Nillle Mieers was crowned queen by BllUe Cornelius who made a gallant Rob- in Hood. Both of these characters were selected by popular vote of the iUiilor high ...

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

WziU4 i'.v ■i i 4 \i i I ■ i-'.if lilt HI i tfr \4 u 1 * ' H I ' I «.... vVWl%¥vv*:*".'rvV'.^ . w; % in •'# * jr 11 ,f m t n i u n n ••%%%♦*#% k • m m s •« PACK POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1931. BABE RUTH KNOCKS TWO SACKEB WITH BASES LOADED MS POUND Fl PENT OF WRATH BttKAKS U>QSE IN TILT WITH 1 Washington HEW YOjlK. May 5. </lv-'The pent up wroth of nuuiy montiu. orckc loose today as the New Yorn. Yankee* sluggcu out an 1H-8 tri- umph over the Washington Sena- Moore «jtt. tnetr first since early last Myers September. Total in ridding tnemsclvcs ol their pel Allen "4tnx" the Yankees pounded tour pCek pitchers for 19 hlte. including homo Total runs by Gehrig and Reese, and scored In every inning but one. prewitt Babe Ruth played three innings and Williams contributed a mighty 450-foot drive. Total to the flagpole with the bases load- Wagner cd lit the second, lie got only a I Cullurn double out of It. i Total WASHINGTON ASRKO A E My#-, lib 5 1 0 2 3 0 K: Ul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 May 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE PIVi If) 10 Id 11 In If ik It. I It ft I \ Is lit. ). Classified Advertising Ralet Information ; An accommodation adWiVil will be carried for tliohc who telephone ilirir u<|s in. All Want Ads bit strictly cash and iiR ac ranted over the phone with! Ut0 positive under; iniitliic iljikU tile neeoiint, is to be paid \vh<u our collector culls. PIIONIi YOflt WANT Alt TO 666 or 667 ; Our courteous ad-lalic will receive your Want-Ad, helptnt! you wore. All Ads lor "Situation Want- ed." "Lust urul t'ound' are cash with order and will not be tic- ceptcd over telephone. Out-uf-Town udvcrllsiui;. cash Willi order. The News-Post reserves the rl«hl. to clumsily all Want Ad.s under appropriate headings and to revue or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice ol any error must- be uiven in tline for correction be- fore iiecond insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of unv nature The News...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 6 May 1931

****** 'Mv>vw i • ••• • W&\ W/fVW mi> ij M J^5S| SsV t;?S Kf;:i PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY «, 1981. mfWA'iffiM "Post swstwaa,™ pur, jaa weat Foster, PampcTTttai PrtM to exclusively entttlM to t&S.tiM Lto|iM audited to ur not _ Jw local newt published special dispatches hfttUi alio s&^js&ms hwia^f right! for re- JSta « ts$& Qne Yew. (U fo und* i «£&Mj fbree Months (Ne* SUBSCUPTION JUTM * maToet Hi Qombliiatton with «, Evening and Sundif. Po t) M Post) JO Pimps an4 Adjotnlox OsaMin Sunday) 4.00 • Sunday)..... a^5 to the PfllWi ULY NEWS. Ma and rtLCraONBR Pamj* News a&mt «0 ind eo7 Job Printing, Office Supplies i!(W the Intention of tula ne1 of anyone knowingly unt wll appreciate hi asd fully correct any out nflection :h error it eaUM * 0 lent nutde. ^gner^i^^^jmiilce Supply depiirtashts operated in con- PENNEY ON BUSINESS J. C. Penney, nationally known retail merchant, who to recognized as a auccesaful business man, is telling ...

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

J morning edition ot The pampa daily. news PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL 1, No- 156. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1931 (Full AP Uarad Wire) THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle h , nd Wheat Ctki PRICE FIVE CENTS STATE ROAD BOND ISSUE FAILS * NITRO BRINGS END TO FLAMING GUSHER AT GLADEWATER FATAL GEKSER GUARDSMEN SENT TO QUELL MINE DISORDERS "!™ BIG EXPLOSION countryside jarred by nitroglycerine ! blast at well j WILL GURBlLOW TODAY skid new derrick on site of gusher running week Five Held For Co-Ed Slaying; Want 2 Others ON REDS NOT Mrs. Nicholson Is Freed From Charge After deliberating fifteen minutes, a Jury in 31st district, court yester- day afternoon returned a verdict ol liot guilty in the ease cf Mrs. Bertie f'lcholscn, charged with assault wtt|i intent to kill her husband, Nick Nicholson. Argument of council lasted 30 minutes. Tlirents by both parties in the ease were r/ated f...

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

PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1931. Classified Advertising* Kates Information An accomrrvxiatUiii account will be carried for those who telephone their ads in. All Want Acta art strictly co<sli and are ac- cepted ovpr the phone wild the positive understandim? that the account is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE VOL!It WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Wtmt-Ad, helping you wore. r. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Found'' are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-ol-Town advertising, cash Willi order. The News-Post reserves the rltrlit to classify all Want Acts under appropriate headings and to revise or witlihokl Ironi pub- lication any ropy deemed ob- jection:, ble. Notice of any error must bp ?iven in time for correction be- oro second insertion. In co.se of any error or an omission In advertising ot any nature Tlie News-Post shall not be held liable for dumune.s fur- ther than the...

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

THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREfl MUSIC CONTEST WINNERS OF FIRST DAY ANNOUNCED ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ -w- —' — "w ▼ ▼ ▼ " " ^ ^ ' Sam Houston Pupils Are Examined - MAJOR It. .J. DUNN IS Jl'DCiK DURING SESSION More than 300 out-of-town pupil? and clutpcrcnos word in Pampa yc.s ttiday to take part in the opimin,.;. events of the music festival spon- sored by the North Plains Ma : Teachers association, The contests will continue through today, niv.l a number of oilier or.plls is expect- etl ifcis morning: for those event.1'. Major R. J. Dunn, one cf 4i) per- ions belonging to the American Bandmasters ivsorlation, was juilije in all contests yw,ierday. lie is also president of the Texas Bnnd Teat lie is association and member1 oi the Texas: Music Tcuahcr.s asso- ciation. He ifi musical director at. Texas A. and 1\T. college. Collovt Stttticn. Miss Mattle May fawisher of Cat.-: .von, president cf the Panhandle Musie Teachers association, will i judge the events toda...

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

V [ PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1931. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company «"-"r rw. ' '.I J ;■ j / ■J r~z'. /{v-5- s /a & AN ANNOUM You are invited to visit us in our new home andi Parnpa has progressed and ?'Your Electric Compmy" and more convenient office equipment and also a laser :| to you—come in and see us at any time—you will be elci for your inspection and we want every one of you ti see continuous electric service to your home and business. ... It is you—our patrons—who have made this fon rd i and more "Electric Servants" has enabled us to groi ;<y chasers of our preferred stock you have also helpeal pnt thank you for the business which you have given usi tto operate with each of you in an effort to provide evenjetti and make yourself at home. We are expecting you. VISIT OUR NEW HOME * "il" M ■■■■, xPT/. \ * f imftm Our New Office—209 N. Cuyler £> L '■ K> «• n i \ \ , xf ' i A \ f; t " h Here mi our sales floor you will find all the .•...

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

THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVt NCEMENT... nd| ower plant, today, May 7,1931. rawiy" is keeping step by providing, at this time larger ler power plant. We take pride in opening our new home elcome. Our power plant will be open all day today i to bee this new equipment, which is necessary to provide nes, mi rd step possible for us. As customers your use of more romp extent which required larger facilities and as pur- provide the necessary financial assistance. We wish to us ii the past and assure you of our desire to closely co- enljetter electric service in the future. Come in today W. H. CURRY, Manager. IODAT. -- 209 No. CUYLER You are Invited to Visit Our Plant We want you to visit our new Power Plant and see the equipment which we have provided to assure you a continuous supply of electricity. We are con- stantly striving to reach the ideal of electric service—No Interruptions—and this plant—in a sense—is your servant for it has been built in order to g...

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

Lrl'• K f y jay p Ki Iv. PACE SIX NY. ■«" "KK. Tank Hiirtun left yrntenliiv • f< *i in mii for Toiiekit, Khii . wlii'ie lie will Join the i HI<■(ihu; mIhff (if 'he 'idlH'RH (lull III till" Wesfllll ll'HKIII , Moil nil 1* niie of tile liest VMinm I ■ (dt'lii'iii In i lie cou hi iv nntl I'- 'Imii- l-ll Ul UO fal' til pfOfcSNlollHl lnl'l*- i IibH Morion led Ifniiierliiitelv ImI- WASIIINfiTON IH'HLBRH lowl.m l('C('l|lf Of II !•" I«'|l III III f I'lllll AIIOW KOt'll I KKN Totickn ( lull offlclHls ni'i'U I M < ■ \ M It' '• I"' f'ninpn liny 11 til nunc nii'loi nils IN (i A IH I'j tlu, ,lf .. *„ tr„, ,1...' two vents hum When lie helped the NRW YofiK Mh/ 0 i«n Foi ' palM|m (!|.nv<) w||| Uu. Amih,.,„ . first tlmi* It' two f ,SUJ'' " New (tlol ■•> I mil'iiiuiirnt Mr w« Yankees, (I'liiKlit weie «elrbintlny. :i u,n(l(,mt „ ,,,Him,| h<st voni In" terlrs victory over tin1 wnshiiii:t"i' ( M||(l H(|t| ^pi |1|(n f,om i..,n,ii Senators. They m#de It two out "' jjriM. ln>er ht>...

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