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

* MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DAILY NtSWS PAMPA MORNING POST VOL. 1, No. 177. (AP) Features and Comics Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA. GRAY COUNTY, TEXASi FRIDAY MORNINGT JULy1,1931 (Full AP Leased Wire) THE NEW PAMPA ' Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil aud Wheat Center. ___ r PRICE FIVE CENTS > • SETTLEMENT OF DEBT PUN NEAR OLD TIMERS OF PANHANDLE WILL GATHER AT LEFORS MAYOR WALKER PRAISES WORLD FLIERS FOR FEAT OF AIR CRIPPLED NAUTILUS FINALLY REACHES IRISH COAST FOB TRIPPERS I • FLIERS ARE PRESENTED1 MEDALS FROM CITY AT SERVICES MRS. CATTY T MRS. POST SAYS RIDE UP BROADWAY WAS WONDERFUL <i> ■ SWIFT "RAIL ZEPPELIN" ON RUN EVENTS TODAY I OLD TIME RODEO WILL ! BE STAGED DURING ! AFTERNOON v. X.. jaWfa&u •-**** •••'•' • . >-x '":«v Csftc...; ; ••••:'v. e NlSW YORK. Julv 3. (/TtWilcy Post and Harold Catty covcrcd to- " was a c doy perhaps the most nevve-wrack- ing stretch of their rccord-breaklng trip around the world—the six miles between th...

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

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

% FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREI NUMBER OF PARTIES GIVEN FOR VISITOR IN PAMPA UST FUNCTION IN BUFFET SUPPER AND BRIDGE EVENT F MRS. SAM FENBERG IS CO-HOSTESS: AMONG OTHER ENTERTAINMENTS ARE DINNER AND LUNCHEON GIVEN RECENTLY . $- Since her arrival on Monday, Mrs. n. jaeonson ot M-.ramon. Pa., has been honored at several attractive social events. Mrs. Ja- cobson Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. David Flnkrlsteln. She lias Just been on ni visit to San An- tonio, Corpus Christ!, and the Rio Grande valley. Mrs. Sam Fenberg and Mrs. Jos- eph R. Lazarus joined in enter- taining 2ft guests with a bridge party and buffet supper last eve- ning in the Lazarus home. 818 N. Sogierville. They were assisted by Mrs. Milton dayman, Mrs. F. Mur- ray. and Mrs. I. A. Freeman. Games were played in rooms pret- tily decorated in sweet peas, and appropriate awards were given for unusual scores. A lovely two-course supper was served buffet style at 10:30 o'clock. Luncheon Is Serve...

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

mOE POUR' PAMfA MOWING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 3. 1931 * 1 1 & i ^ §i\ I* 11 it i 1 ?, &■ ■Hi i FIGHTING CLANS MOVE III FOR CHAMPIONSHIP VDUNGNUULER mm"" Mi CWISE1H01ES STE11 iINO 18 FAVORITE rER SCHMELING FIVE TO FOUR Br BDWAHD J. NEIL Associated Press Sport* Writer OUnraLAND. O., July 2. IA >—'The fighting clans moved in on Cleve- land today as a biasing sun poured down an the approaching climax of another world heavyweight cham- pionship picture. Tomorrow night, Max Schmellng, the black-browed, plunging German, will defend his title against Young Bill Stribling, the lean, handsome youngster from Macon, Go., In Cleveland's new municipal stadium. Almost to the day, on July 4, 1919, Jack Dempsey, then the young man mauler, hammered down the great bulk of Jess Willard at Toledo, about 130 miles from here, in the same kind of killing heat that has been blasting down on the mid- west for the past two weeks. Old man depression, enemy or the entire nation for the past year o...

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

I FRlftAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE PTVW All Contributors To Railroad Drive Announced Today Tiie following Is a list, of con- tributors to the Denver milroad right-of-way as listed at the B. C. D. Any errors will gladly be cor- rected: Abstractors—Slier Faulkner, $250; Oray County I Abstract compuny, (P. O Sanders) $250; George Rain- ouard, (Bonded Abst. <te T. Cu.i #0; K. M. Patterson, $25. Architects—W. R. Kaufman, $100. Amusements Clubs—Pampu Bow- ling Alleys, $50. Apartments und Tourist Parks— D. C. Houck, i Haggard Apts). $25; p. J. Gill, (Fashion Park) $25, Attorneys—Chas. C. Cook, $2,000; F. A. Cary, $10; I. E. Duncan, $700; Neal Powers, $10; Win. J. Smith, $25; Arthur Teed, $15. Automobile— Culberson-Smulling Chevrolet company, $50; Murray Auto Works, $10; Painpa Motor company, $10; T. E. Rose (Bulck) $500. Bakeries—Pampa Bakery, $25. Barber Shops—a. H. Brown, (Wise 8c Brown) $50; George B. Carmack, $5; W. H. Vanderbuiu $5; j. Keromerer, $5. Batteries—...

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

I ! i ? I f ff V % * 1 •! I I i II Si 1 l! I f t 1 ■ I ? , EI I! I 51 M £ i i ■ v ••• , r AQB SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1931 Morning Edition of the Pampa Daily Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST BOMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full tMHd Wire PuMkhed morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wtrran jSibliahlng company, 333 Weft Poster, ramps. Teaaa EEEEEEi-vr "".v:. ."wss PHILIP R. POND OUR E. HINKLE TIN Aaaoclated Preaa Is exclusively Of all new* dispatcher credited to. entitled to the use for publication lr not oUiervlae credited In this paper and also ""the local news published herein. All rights (or re- publication ot special dispatches herein also are reeanrad. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1934 at the post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3. l«W. Combination with SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ry Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In THR PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. On* Month (Newa and Post) f* Per week. (Newa...

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

f MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL1 NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing Panhandle Oil aud Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle rowing City in Tana} I le OU aud Wheat I Center. J VOL. 1, No. 178. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS SCHMEUNG RETAINS FIGHT TITLE Tall important debt points agreed to by France ornr DETAILS I TO BE SETTLED UPON OFFICIAL STATEMENT ISSUED BY FRENCH CHIEF, LAVAL pThey Sacrificed Their All for Liberty's Caus + ACCORD SEEMS CERTAIN I SENATE WILL DISCUSS FINANCIAL POINTS OF DEBT PLAN !• ( 9 $ PARIS, July 4. —(Saturday) Agreement on all the important point* at Issue in connection with President Hoover's war debt plan has been reached between France bind the United States, an offi- cial statement U<ued early this morninf said. Such divergencies of views as re- main—and they are of lesser im- portance — will be submitted to a meeting of the French cabin...

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

i> | i I I h * I s i i A I t! 1 * i S * H' i fu n i j* S I & « 1 1 u t I < 1 1 * A f fe>' l-ffT. >.g,; . I . _ >>■ j TWO PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1931. -r1 ""P* I Daily Crow-word Puzzle AO MOM Solution of VooUrclay'a Puulo UfinUEJ aQUU □□□□ □□□no anna uhlju Hi KJtJf !□□□□□«□□□□ W 1UU «UU □□ uuini rtuukj aaaon □aaua Fiaau aasaa nauaau aanu naaiiUQi laaauaciaB □C1LMD UtJUOHQ uuuj nuaa t :>□□□□ □auaa nanu saaa no □□□ auua □□□□□aaannnanaa nana □□□□ aanaB araaa naaaa I T. Conditional stipulations I. 0 lour fabric 9. Brother of Ciln 10. Nervo network 11. Make trial of H. Depoelt of "£&?*•*!£ 13 M. Bird of (ha cuckoo family II. Within; comb. form It. Withered SI. Five and a half yarda 10 adlao DOWN J. Edge 2. Solid water 1 Rule 4. Breathea heav- ily in aleep I. Mountain lako |. Province In Ecuador 11 Burden 2L Siberian rlrer 11. Peril* 23. Measuring In- atrument 21. Odorous 2T. Beaten vio- lently 21. 8-shaped molding 29 Grows drowsy 32- Fidd...

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

# SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE1 LEFORS RESIDENTS HAVE MANY GUESTS DURING WEEK REUNION TO CONTINUE # WITH MANY EVENTS THROUGHOUT DAY Li'FORS, July 3,—People coming from all over the Panhandle are helping to make the old settlers reunion a gala occasion in LeFors. Saturday's program will begin with a baseball game at 10 o'clock be- tween Pampa Barbers and Mag- nolia Mags. Baseball and rodeo at- tractions will feature the Saturday afternoon and night entertainment. Many other comings anct goings also have held interest in LeFors during the last few days. Mesdames Gordon Null and Roy Balkum were visiting In Pampa re- cently. Bryan Barnett made a business trip to Mexico this week. Arthur Pate, who has been In the hospital at Pampa, returned home Saturday night, at Coltexu No. 3 plant. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ray an- •nounce the arrival of a 9-pound girl. Mr. and Mrs. Herd Kneal. Cotton Dixon and James {Johnston ure visiting relatives in Louisiana. Mr. and Mhi....

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

f i ■- A. I I;'' t >AOE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST i I I ? i 1 1 \ I f 1 if If ■ I j & • K (if '7 ii if ii In! :1 1 f* 1 i i ; v f m I ■4 I k* i. CABDS INCREASE LEAD IN NATIONAL BY In i nu omiiLg — Chicago ... WATKINS SMACKS ONLY j Brooklyn HOME RUN DURING DOUBLE BILL NATIONAL LEAGUE Karaite Yesterday St. Louis 6-7. Philadelphia 1-3. Only games scheduled. STANDINGS PHILADELPHIA. Juy 3. (AV-The St. Louis Cardinals Increased their laad to a 1-3 Karnes today by win- ning both lames of a doubleheader from the Phillies. A five run rally against Phil Collins in the first In- ning gave them the second game, 7 to I, after they had taken the first C to I. err. louis— abrkoae Adams Sb ...4 2 1 0 1 0 Frlsch 3b 4 1 2 2 4 0 Roettger rf S 1110 0 Collins lb .5 l 2 15 l 0 Hafey If 5 0 0 2 0 0 Martin cf ...4 0 110 0 Mancuso c 4 0 2 3 0 0 Oelbert ss 3 1 2 3 7 0 Rhem p ..1 0 0 0 1 0 Philadelphia i Cincinnati Won Lost Pet .. 42 26 .618 ..40 27 .597 .. 37 30 .552 ...38 32 .543 .. 35 35 .500 27 40 40...

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

// /• ///✓ SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST GUESTS TODIir PAGE rxw PILOT WHO CONQUERED CHANNEL QUAY WILL BE GALA DAY FOR MICKEY MOUSE CLUB Today will be a gala day at (.h*1 Rex theater for members of the flckey Mouse club. As a special courtesy to club members, the sponsors have arrang- ed for club members to bring their mothers as their guests to today's |irograin. As usual club members will be admitted for five cents upon pre- entlng their membership cards or lisplaying the official Mickey I Mouse badge. Mothers of club members will pay only 20 cents. Manager James Lucas of the Rex theater has arranged an unusual program featuring Mickey and Min- nie Mouse In a delightful two reel comedy, also a thrilling western story with Ken Maynard in "The Two Gun Man." Miss Katherine Vincent will also appear on the program presenting four interesting numbers. Jack Allison, club mem- ber. will entertain with his har- monica. Ernie Cella and Young Barber Kelly will delight the...

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

ills tkGt SIX pampa morning post SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1931. j) r 1 ip •I '< i'ii HI I \ I j \ I : t i ii 11 si Mom Ins Edition of the Pampa Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST LET US PROFIT BY PAST LESSONS! MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leased Wire Nllkhid mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wsrren iSbUahlng company. 323 West Foster, Pampa. Texas SSKM ND . CLE . ."ia® Ihe AtmU***! Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication Of ell news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this most sad also the local news published herein. All rights (or re- of gpeeial dispatches herein also are ressrved. seconi under it-class matter October 1. 1930 at the post offlos at the Act of March 3, 1070. r~— 1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier la Pmh ION to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NKW8. Morning, Evening and Sunday. _ Month (Newt and Post) * week. (Mews and Poet) — JO It i .if pun! Md Adjoining CmuIIm One Tear, (Morning and Sunday) ...

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

MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DAIH NEWS ( VOL. 1, No. 179. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving I'ampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Teau; Panhandle Oil ftud Whttt Center. (AP) Features and Comic* PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE awn n UNITED STATES. FRANCE AGREE ATTLE BUYER IS KIDNAPED, SHOT OUTH DENIES MARRIAGE INTENTION KEEL'S MONEY m BREACH SUIT if! NEVER PROPOSED TO ABILENE GIRL SAYS KEEL TfllED TO STOP REPORT MOTHER STARTED TALK OF MARRIAGE. IS TESTIMONY ABILENE, July 6. (/P)—Louis Keel, defendant in Miss Marine Roberts' $50,000 brcach of promise suit, now in the second week, took the stand this afternoon, and last no time denying the plaintiff's al- legations of their contemplated mar- riage. The .vctuliit defendant, pictured by hlr. attorneys as a "ereen, unsophis- ticated country boy", lolled easily in his chair as lie answered questions. He was coatle.-rs, his hair tousled, with shirt open at...

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

h-l f* m If w m I ■J-:-; || ;V f i be* two PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1931. -2- Mornlnc Edition of the Punpfc OtHy NMi THE PAMPA MORNING ^OST OP THE ASSOCIATED PUSS—Pull Umd Wirt except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren , 833 West Foster, Patnpa. Texas for publication credlMd In ttola right* for «- entitled to Is exc £ also are at tee post office at 8UBSCMPTION BATH **> and Fast) M° (NS5* >£3f. Pampa and Adjoining Oeentlee and Sunday)., (lncniar mi j^wg*y); - v it. lncluduMSundAy).™. (News .and Poet, including Sunday (News and Post, including Sunday) 4.00 2M , , TELEPHONES News and Post itlng, Office Supplies 0M and 607 •It Is not the intention of Cfita newspaper to cast reflection ^thes^r.of noun* IM minsffeimr jflrtTTi PfMi WU1 fliflJy ai ie knowingly . appieciate ha / correct any J It OaMed to ftat ODBunsfds I BSES JJE3+J2* Printing and Office Supply departments operated in eon- I Ncty-Poet with the BRINGING BUSINESS BACK i Norval A. Hawkins, writing for...

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

TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THftEl Women Are Given Important Places SEX EQUALITY MiKK' IS FRIENDLY TO MAE LUTE POLICY WOMAN LAWYER NAMK ►LADY LAWYER NAMED SUPERVISOR OK PRISONS WASHINGTON, .lulv B. i/TV Ajneriran feminist* Hro lookiin: to the new Spanteli republic for ad- vancement of their cause. Many of thnn feel they have a friend in Don Fernando de los Rio-', new minister nf justice, who has appointed Victoria Kent, young Spanish woman lawyer, ns sii|>cv- vlsor of prisons. i Mima Lee, director of activities for the national woman's party, Kres in this nppointment evidenec of what the terms the strong out previously repressed feminist senti- ment. which ha.s long existed in Spain. "Tlie new minister has given us every reason to believe that in nis own department he will stand for equality in aJl human relations," says Miss Lee. "We can ex]>ocl a I very open-minded attitude toward feminism from the new a.tunish regime, from what I know person- ally...

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

i A *• « < VAWA WftlMW P.W TV£S{k\Y, ttfGiWltyU, JWVX 1, isu\ f ?; I f I: I! > J II I £ '■*; *:; | (;' hp I ! * f" . :k r E k-i It" t Rf? I II <$< * 1, n . ? r IIHD IB Hll HtyuWpr rooklm 5 rani ^MWVSfc, L„^ ^ Ml 1 Vfc $1 Louis New York rookiyh lraim acamt wo: TO v£aycr w lllndeiplnu Ittsburgh onion af- ■' ** eolflVri1 at St Louis tW fwk ai kb«n«o Only ijarrfes ftpe^ed. rem'rM lly ;\UKUi. \*\># #&YHNIS( when it looked a.s Hxc uarl\: and his fltebung rtva(. Von ti!m orl/Ofe ut batUb It1 out all week. hed Bllifc raftf*! to Win Philadelphia stroke wall'ft final oar- Wa^bthgtbn nl flU htw! rth<l RaUidefpma culled In elihittl . W roil \, pjevelund 13 mleago f), 8t L«u Standi- roum roun eland pouts ton reit fchirftg-o ft SCOrtr rid ot of chani- each, 'tttb 'rest rival". W .rasi ulude Inn . fcr e St rOlttj •boh' th<*y fintsftcd lay; they were ohly ike itfmit 111 tht'tr record ttArtny duel V o f \w 'Voli Iftn'Wtth m :u\ki bh^" wilted oAvantutte of| " J VS Wf &! w...

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

.TUESDAY MOWNING, JULY 7, 1931. PAMPA MOfeNING POST PAGE nv* M ■n THIS CURIOUS WORLD —Tii SYNOPSIS: Pierre Donovan tracks Bruce to Mother mountain, where lie is seeking gold. Interested neith- er in the gold not In the money he had given Bruce lor the venture, Pierre thinks only of Bruce'si desert- ed wife, Ann. For Pierre knows that Bruce's arrest in connection with the murder of a bank cashier would , expose his charge of Intimacy be- 'to catch my train to Camden. bad. I guess Martin must have been in the vault fctttlng out his books because he evidently hadn't heard a thing, and from behind the count- er where Martin worked he couldn't see the door of the cashier's office. I realised the situation In a flash I just grabbed It, slipped out of the door and to the depot Just in time tween Ann and Pierre. He wants Bruce to return and avert this scan- da). Pierre, unseen on his arrival, lij-ars Bruce and his companion, lerre's estranged father — although ierre does not recognize him—a...

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

W '&,• fi ® It , , 4 §& M 11 \k p fe f Li <> I Hi .£ - $ 11 I i ■ wt HN I M itll 2. { t m 1:1 H Classified Advertising Rates Information AU Want Ada are strictly cash are accepted over the phone poaltlve understanding t the account to to ki paid „ our collector calls. nOMtTOUl WANT M TO 666 or 667 •ourtoous ad-taker will IVa rcwWint-Ad, halpim "or "Situation Want- antf Found" are cash and will not be ao- & ^•xrsssu...-. order* s News-Poet rsserrss the to classify all Want Ads M||| m DIKBU/ MSB " sssw " *• j ■ k> Notice of any error must be Rren In tlmeior correction ba- re second Insertion. In ease of any error or an oafcslon!in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not bo held liable for daaacea fur- Olasslfle oepted foi ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATB CAM* OTIC- TIVB MA* L .led Advertising Vs ac- for consecutive publlca- ln both newspapers I. e.. In the Moralni Poet and ng nest lasAe of the Dally ....... Ads ord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 July 1931

MORNING EDITION Of Th« i AMPA DAIU NlSWS VOL. 1, No. 180. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THE NEW PAMPA >• Fastest Growing City in Tcxm; Panhandle Oil aud Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comicw PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CEldfi MURRAY FAVORS TIGHTER CURB TWO KILLED IN GUN BATTLE AT GLADEWATERI] M'Donald Asks London Session On Moratorium • • Capitals of Europe, Hail Accord With Knthusiasm stock mlet reacts Work Will Be Left To Experts On Finance iShc/ OHDUPCfTY Bv Associated Press Definite arrangements for a meet- ing of a committee of experts to work out the details of applying President Hoover's moratorium plan were made yesterday and the meet- ing Is to be held In London next week. In most of the capitals of Europe and in other countries of the world 1 the Franco-American agreement. > was hailed with satisfaction and [(enthusiasm. European stock markets generally cacted favorably ...

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

EA^ ■ BS f\ m : i I s * 1 I t I 5* PACE TWO & H1NKLE . Hwniny Edition of the Pampa Dalljr Nawa THE PAMPA* MORNING POST BER OP THE ASSOCIATED PMCSS—Pull Leased Wire pinrningf except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren compaur. 333 West Foster, Pampa. Texas company, *TPOND Is exclusively entitled to the use for rattled to.< .apt.otherwise — M-ks; dlspatchee hereto alio are reserved. seoond-class matter October 1, 1930 at the poet oBlce at ySSSt theAct oHtorch 3. wfo. SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Carrier In Pampa 'A MQRNINO POST In Combination with Mom i rut, -Evening and Sunday. Puapa and Adjjhlsi finnntlee I fiundayTT uriday). of Gray i Oaa Tear {(News and Post. Including fit ijonths (News and Post, incluaim ESeeUocths (Kews^nd Poet, lncludlr jH JO undayTTT.... 7.. 77. .'. 4.00 8uiifla.v) 2M and Adjoining Comitae -g Sunday) 7.00 „„ Jlng Sunday 3.76 Including Sunday) 2.25 TELEPHONES ~ and Fwt M0 and 607 Oflloe Supplies *68 wBr—n't is not the intention of 4ftla newepaper to east refle...

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