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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAII.\ NISWS VOL. 1, No. 174. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA "V Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS 0 PAMPA ASSURES RIGHT-OF-WAY FEW DETAILS SEPARATE COMPLETE MORATORIUM ACCORD WilEY POST, HAROLD GATTY * LAND AT SOLOMON * NEAR* NOME I LONE FLIGHT F STATESMAN GOES BY AIR i) ) i'EMCT FRENCH TWO MORE JUMPS WILL BE MADE TO END OF JOURNEY ! MAKE 2500 MILE TRIP WILL SET NEW RECORD j ROUND-THE-WORLD BY AIRPLANE f BULLETIN DAAUT, Alaska, June 29. OP)— Wiley Post and Harold Catty, around-the-world fliers, took off from Solomon for Fairbanks at 5:30 p.m. (10:30 C.S.T.). < 4 > NOME, Alaska, June 29- </P)— Wiley Post ;ind Harold Gatty landed at Solomon, 36 miles from here late today after a non-stop flight from Khabarovsk, Siberia. The landing was made at 2:45 p.m. (7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREK • 1 • CLEVELAND WINNER OF DOUBLEHEADER WITH NEW YORK - - - - By Laufer BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS [ BABE RUTH HANGS UP ANOTHER HOME RUN TO HIS CREDIT CLEVELAND. June 29. (/P)—The Indians made it four out of five from the New York Yankees by sweeping today's double header, 15 to 6 and 4 to 2. In the first game the Indians assaulted four Yankee pitchers for lit hits, totalling 25 bases. Harder limited the McCarthy men to five hits In the second game while his mates bunched their six off "Lefty" Gomez in two innings to score all their runs. NEW YORK— AB R H O A 13 Combs cf 2 1 1 0 0 0 Hoag If .0 0 0 0 0 0 Lary ss b 0 0 1 4 0 Rolfe ss -0 0 0 1 0 0 Ruth rf ..4 1 2 1 0 0 Byrd lf-cr 1 0 0 1 0 0 Oehrig lb .4 2 1 12 0 0 Chapman 11-rf . 2 1 1 0 1 I) J Sewell 3b ...4 0 1 1 3 0 Lazzeri 2b .. .3 0 0 0 3 0 Reese 2b .. 1 0 II 0 0 u Perkins c - .5 0 3 7 0 0 Ruffing p ...... 1 0 0 0 2 u McEvoy p . . 1 1 0 0 1 0 Weinert p . . . .-2 0 0 U 1 0 xJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

• PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1931. DANCE IS COURTESY TO VISITORS IN C. C. COOK HOME PERIOD STYLES IN NEW SUNROOM FURNITURE * f i s '• 8 % | $ ■ 1 I',; I il KND CHICKASHA rOUNG FOLK ® SWIMMING AT MIAMI ALSO IS IN-HONOR ENTERTAINMENT Miss Johnaphene Briscoe of Ohickuha. Okla., and Powell Bris- coe of Oklahoma City, who are vis- iting In the C. C. Cook home, were honored by Miss Mary Ellen Cook with a dance last evening and with ft swimming party Sunday after- noon. Punch was served throughout the t evening at the dance, and a sand- wich and Ice course was served at a late hour. The guest list follows: Dorothy Doucette, Pauline Barn- ard, Melba Graham. Bonnie Nell Oordon of Miami, Christine Cook. Alice Ingram, Virginia Rase, Mar- Jorle Buckler. Margaret Bryson, Louise Walstad, Lucille Cole, Mary Ann Moyar, Esther Stark, Miss Tal- ley of Austin. LeFors Doucetto, Al- bert Doucette, One Fatheree. Ray McNeill, Paul Camp. Joe Kahl, John Moseley, Curtis Stark, Ver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVK Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly cash and are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account is to be paid when our collector calls. phone your want ad to 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-talcer will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wora it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed.' "Lost and Pound" are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be ?lven in time for correction be- ore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified Adverti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 30 June 1931

f ri *®?W SIX % *>% % v ! i. !v p St fr. f. L,V. ? PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1931. Morning Edition of the. Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST imiBBR OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Lnatd Wire mMUtwl mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-warren •>|Mi«hing company, 333 West Footer, Pampa, Texas r—..rtg Th| Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this hunt and alsothe local news published herein. All rights lor re- ot special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1,1 WO at the post offlM at pampa, Texas under the Act ot March 3. 187#. SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa l iON to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with •A DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. (News and Post) * (NtWfl Mill POCt) aSv By Mall! Pampa and Adjoining Ceantlee On* Year. (Morning and Sunday)... 4M Ms Months, (Monilng and Sunday) 2.36 By MaU ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 July 1931

MOANING EDITION of Th* PAMPA DAIH NtSWB X PAMPA U fit — /(> /' * ' 131 - ( g J— -L / s-* VOL. 1, No. 179. / / 1 //} A ) \A , '\j/ [j /* vv * (AP) Features and jComiet •t « v if--/,i<c, ifn/j POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTV, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA V Fastest Growing City in Texas: Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS CONVICT DIES OF POISON DRINK 'FRENCH SENATE VOTES TO GIVE PREMIER FREE HAND IS FUtYED BY LAVAL MAKES PLEA FOR CONFIDENCE FROM UPPER HOUSE IS DELICATE SITUATION SAYS UNITED STATES HAS GOVERNMENT BY THROAT PARIS, June 30. (/Pi—By a vote of 197 to 5 the senate tonight gave Premier Laval a free hand to con- tinue his negotiations with Andrew W. Mellon and other Amcriean rep- resentatives concerning President Hoover's proposed war debt holiday. The vote came at the end of a vivid scsion in which the Hoover proposal and the manner in which it was made were subjected to vio- l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 July 1931

f AGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1931. $ TRAGEDIES CAUSED BY USING WORNOUT AUTO TIRES i of hot wfculht r has bean hundreds ol motorist* in they have been trust- Uves much loo long to Urt-s or poorly-built tires • wofild have been replaced long lit proper safety precautions had been observed. "Mow drivers luivu been taking Chances with disaster during the 19 months than ever before," Walter am of the Walter BUI company. "Thoy have been that their tires would hold out a'few more miles, but most of them ha vent been any too oonfi- dent that they would. l&Ti to enable these drivers to feet rid of their old rubber and re- place It with safe, new tires that Will carry them safely through the hot weather, which is so tough on Inadequate tires, that we are in- augurating our annual trade-in sale, when special and unusual allow- ances pre made for old tires traded in for new rubber. "It was the General Tire and Rubber company that inaugurated thin type of sale some...

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

a WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1931. FAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB PUNT COSTS FINE DEVICES FLOOD LIGHTS USED TO ILLUMINATE WEST FOSTER PLANT At night now, two floodlights Illuminate as if it were day thr I new borne of the Walter Sill Tire company at 401-03 West Foster recently completed at a of 120,000. It replaced the old struc- ture built by the owner, Paul Kas- ishke, four years ago. The floodlights are a sort of key- note to the placc. The light each of the two sheds upon the building is equivalent to 1.000 candles. The lighting is extraordinary. A Gen- eral tire sign, 16 feet wide and four- teen feet lonp on the top at the front contains 212 light bulbs. Light- ed advertising globes are placed at intervals on the top around the building. The cast driveway which slopes to the street from the building is laid with concrete and is 100 feet, lone and 45 feet wide. The north drive- way is 35 feet long and 50 feet, wide. Texaco and Cities Service gasoline is dispensed from four pumps ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 1 July 1931

jy W-fc ■ mk ft: Bfw-, iWLWQWt PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNlNfr JULY 1, 1931. | ATHLETICS GET SEVENTEEN HITS OFF TRIBE HURLERS INTO LEAD IN THIRD INNING ▼HI LATE RALLY SHORT OF NEEDED MARGIN TO BEAT ATHLETICS CLEVELAND. June 30. <«—The Athletics assaulted two Cleveland pitchers far it hits and won the (MM from the Tribe 11 to 7. Barn- ■taw was found (or II hits, one of them In the last two innings. PHILADELPHIA ABRHOAE Bishop, 3b - 5 113 6 0 Haas, cf 5 2 3 3 0 0 Cochrane, o 6 13 8 0 0 Simmons. If 5 1 3 3 0 0 POX*, lb 5 3 2 10 2 0 Miller, rf 4 2 2 0-0 0 Dykes, 3b 4 1 3 0 1 0 Williams, ss 5 0 1 5 3 0 Earnshaw. p 5 1 1 J 2 0 Totals 43 11 17 27 14 0 CLEVELAND ABBHOAE Burnett, ss 4 114 3 0 Porter, rf 5 1 2 3 0 0 Averlll, cf 4 112 0 0 Morgan, lb 5 0 2 7 2 0 Jamieson, If 5 0 0 0 0 0 Hodapp, 2b 3 2 2 4 5 0: Kamm. 3b 3 0 1 0 0 1; Sewell, c 3 0 1 5 0 0 Berg, c 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brown, p 2 0 0 1 2 0 Lawson, p 10 0 10 0 zFalk 1110 0 0 2zMyatt — 1110 0 0 Totals 37 7 12 27 12 1 /Batted for Berg...

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

WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 1. 1931. *AMPA MORNING POST PAGE HVK MANY CHURCH ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE DURING WEEK HOLDS INITIAL OFFICERS ELECTED AT MEETING YESTERDAY AT BAPTIST This week is a busy one (or the various church organizations ol l'ampa. Formation of a Sunbeam band took place at the Central Baptist church yesterday afternoon with 10 boys and girls being enrolled. Mrs. J. M. White is leader of the group and Mrs. O. J. McAlister is plunist. Officers elected yesterday were Emma Lee Hungate, president; Vaughn Keeling Darnell, vice-prsi- dent; Harold Beckham, secretary; Carolyn Darnell, treasurer; Freddie ■ Nell Beckham and George Davis, ' group captains. The Sunbeams will meet every Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Outing Is Held Members of the young people's de- partment, First Methodist church, met at the church at 6 o'clock last evening and went in automobiles to Bowers City for a picnic. Baseball games were enjoyed and lunches were spread. ^ Baptists Meet Meeting in general busine...

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

Mtt MX PAMPA MOAN INC POST WEDNESDAY MOBNINC, JULYLW1. i .1 I % >y ■f i t- Morning Edition of the ramp* Dally Newt < THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leued Wire Published mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 333 West Footer, Pampa. Texas PHILIP R. POND T OUM K. HINKLE The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of *11 news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication 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. 1879. RVBSCKIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa ■UB8CRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination With THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) MS Par week. (News and Post) JO By Mail. Pampa and Adjoining Co an Ilea One Year, (Morning and Sunday) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 July 1931

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIH NflWS V. PAMPA MORNING POST Vol. i, No. 176. (AP) Features and Comics Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle "pampa, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931." (Full AP Leased Wire) Center. PRICE FIVE CENTS POST. GArn LAND IN NEW YORK SHIPS, DOCK AT PORT ARTHUR DESTROYED BY FIRE THREE INJURED, PROPERTY DAMAGED IN HEAVY RAIN STORM TSPIG/Q^upchy Appearances are that the | Farm Board is hurting the wheat market, although it was estab- lished to be helpful. Predictions made last year that tht bought- up surplus would haug heavy over this year's mai'ki-t have come true. Helpful Last Year Unquestionably the board's ac- tivity last year kept the price of wheat at Chicago above the world level. Now ccmes the inevitable reaction as the beard announces that it will sell five million bushels per month, and more if the market should improve greatly. The sen- sitive market quivers then slides as the Furm Board wuvers and preaches. * * * The board's p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 July 1931

I I 1 ! 1 I I S I $ \ I ; I 1 I' ! f s ■ h || 11 n i I •I i* M l * $ Bf ! PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931. Daily Cross-word Puzzle MMtl ■ ,*1" 4 UMr t. Oh* , St. fMoN talk tj>N0ftey kwrtir Mt>l Ifc OMW « M. Omim of the ■aapta Un tUXMek tt. Motrin tend Solution of Yeotorday'o Puixlo □□□□□a anaaun □□□□□□ □□□ □Baa □□□□□ ana uaaaana aan au ciais naaaa □□ Sciacin aun agua nana □□□ angaa □araam uanaa i. 10. 11. 13. 9 *4. Is profitable 111 weight [*□«□□□ una nnaa □□□□□ ana ga^ao □□ uaaaa HEJB □ □□d naaBDon ran asaau □□□□□ □□□ aaDQHH naanarj aaanua acnaaoa 41 Devoured DOWN 43. Exist 1. South Amerl- 44. Opera hy can river (lorailo 3 Biblical coun- Parkcr try 4t. Open courte 2. Line* of type 47. Female horse* In one piece 49. Tooth doctor 4. Hall! 51. Growing out S Hebrew letter S3. Finish «. Vestige* 13. French mar- 7. Persian poet •hal «. Knergy Plural ending Do something In requital Rnarea Mother of Peer Qynt 17. Lair 30. Auert 31. Genu* of the frog 33. Imi...

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

fHURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931. I'AMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly cash and arc accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will rocelve your Want-Ad, helping you wore. it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Pound1' are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ad/s tinder appropriate headings and to revise or witlihold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be ?iven in time for correction be- ore second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWSPOST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified Adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 2 July 1931

PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931. % *C i I \ ! | It- * S < \ m if I I p •V GREENSVILLE VISITOR HONORED IN TWO PAMPA HOMES MRS. L. N. M'CULLOUGH IS HOSTESS AT PARTY Ml*. Clyde Peak at Greenville, who to a vWtor In the home of Miv. Joha T. O lover, ha* been honor iwt at two ooeial event* la Pampa. Monday afternoon die waa complimented with a con- trast brldf* party by Mrs. L. N. McCnlloNfh, and yesterday morn- ing the waa favored with a minia- ture golfing P**ty, followed with breakfast and bridge games in the home at Bin. Glover. Mrs. Charlie Thut was favored for high score and Mrs. Glover for sec- ond high at the party given by Mrs. McOullough. A gift also was pre- aented Mrs. Peak. Mrs. Will R. Saunders assisted in serving an Ice course to the follow- ing guests: Meadames Tom Rose, Slier Faulkner, Charlie Thut, Clyde Peak, Philip R. Pond, George Whl- stad, R. W. Mitchell, and John T. Glover. At the party given by Mrs. Olov- er, Mrs. Peak was presented ...

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

# THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2. 1931. PAMPA morning post PACE FIVK BIG TRI-STdTE FAIR BUILDING TO BE ERECTED INTERNATIONAL ARENA AT AMARILLO TO BE CONTRUCTED AMARILLO. July I. (Special) — An international coliseum, the larg- est building of its kind in the south- west, seating 20,000 people, with an arena large enough for u fooibull game ,1s to be erected for the Tri- State fair In time for the opening of the 1931 exposition. The coliseum will be Known as the International coliseum and will be formally opened by President Ortiz Rubio, of Mexico, who hus announc ed that he will make every effort to be present. Pour governors have already accepted Invitations to par- ticipate In the dedicatory exercises. Under the plan for financing the erection of the building, each of the 144 people who much? the trip to Mexico on the News-Globe special to invite President Rubio to attend the Tri-State fair, has been named chairman of a committee and will be asked to name fifty sub-com- mitteemen. Each ...

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

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931. % v •I flf m I •I PHILADELPHIA PUTS OVER LATE RUN TO BEAT INDIANS first of game STANDINGS I _ ■ " NATIONAL LEAGUE Result* Yesterday St. Louis 3, New York 4. Cincinuit 1, Brooklyn 3. Pittsburgh 4, Boston 1. Chicago 6, Philadelphia 11. STANDINGS Won St. Louis -- COCHRANE HITS NINTH I New York HOMER OF SEASON IN CONTEST , Boston „ , | Philadelphia CLEVELAND July 1. tM — In a 1 Pittsburgh lame featured by the first opposi tlon against each other of Lefty Grove and Wesley Ferrell, the Phil- adelphia Athletics defeated the In- dians 4 to 3 here today. Both teams collected 11 hits in- cluding eight doubles and Coch- rane's ninth home run. PHILADELPHIA ABBHOAK Bishop, 2b Haas, cf — Cochrane, c Simmons, If Fox*, lb Miller, rf Dykes. 3b ... Williams, ss Grove, p ... 4 0 1 .... 8 0 2 ..522 ..311 .... 5 ... 3 Cincinnati ... 42 ... 39 36 „ 37 ... 35 ... 20 27 ... 26 Lost 25 27 30 32 34 36 40 46 Pet. .627 .591 .545 .536 .507 .419 .403 .3...

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

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1931. FAMPA MORNING POST PAGE SEVEN TUT MAY BE CHANGED The Magnolia Mags will try to get Panhandle to play their screduled game in the Gray-Carson league Sunday afternoon on the Magnolia field. The Mags have a tough game in LePors Saturday morning and would like to play the Sunday game at home. Rabtirn Burke of the Mags and Manager Jarvls Dees of the Panhandle nine are getting together on the proposition. Other games scheduled for Sun- day afternoon include Pampa Bar- bers at White Doer, Skellytown at the Phillips Oilers, and LePors at the Pampa All Stars, the game to be played on Gulf field. Sunday's games will be the second last in the first half of the league race. It is probable that the season will be split with oprninR games in the second half to start July 1!). The Magnolia Mags are on top of the league with the Oilers in second William hraucher THIS CURIOUS WORLD tcrninu the tide It needs only a little thing some- times to turn the tide. Witne.'s ti...

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

r f; pAtt tmt fkMtk mohwint POST THURSDAY M0KNM6. JULY 2, tWf. T iK ' m r . I <U'' 1 r I Morning Edition of Uic Punipa Dully News THE PAMPA MORNING POST OF THI ASSOCIATED PRE88—Full LMJtd Wire mornlnca except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 333 Wert Porter, Pampa, Texas PHILIP R. POND OUN E. HINKLE •••••••• lfananr .nBSItor ali new dUp*tches credited to or not otherwise credited In this id also the. local news published herein. 411 rights (or re- Tbe Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all nam " ' ' *"| " * SuBSaSon oT special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the port office at Pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. marvin jones- (Continued From Page l) SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa . SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. .. One Month (News and Post) J* Per week. (News By and wKM, Port)... Pam...

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