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

^ « /%*/■' MOHNING EDItlON of The PAMPA DAII.\ NEWS / PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 113. Full (AP) Leased Wire PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1931. THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texair Panhandle Oil ard Wheat Center. (AP) Features anil Comics PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 SOBS STORY OF FLAMING YuliTii 9 t "V i -i 1 jf9 9 i STANDARD OIL REFUSES PLEA TO RAISE CRUDE PRICE DALLAS COMMUNIST ORGANIZERS ABDUCTED* BY ARMED GROUP LET OUT OF T Bu Perctcal Chridapker Wren. Author of MVSTE1U0US VIM «W HAD TO SLASH TWO CLIENTS FEARED FLOGGED AFTER ABDUCTION JUST LEFT JUL CAPTORS WARN MAN ABOUT DEFENDING COMMUNISTS Chapter l i STRANGE ILLNESS ' Mellow afternoon sunlight flood- j eel the beautiful jet austere consul-1 tation rocm. As the clock struck; two, Dr. Charters, followed by Ills secretary, a young woman, entered, j Seating himself In his own corner.| the doctor swiftly signed the letter.-: placed before him, and then, with; the ...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 7 March 1931

wB& - r I I m •*AGE TWO PAMPA MORNING post SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1931 Daily Cross-word Puzzle GLORIA Tf>V>r.ut i c niMt But, Milker, I Wasn't Playing The Game! by Julian Ollendorff •mill"* % Solution of VoUrrfay't Puzxfi ESJ0 h*h 8?. fiiMie - 41 Mlbnlia bbr- 44. Faiftal* ilm (). I'oem 41 Vibraii«nl«(i «t. Aiick'ei " Cy'M* *1- KnU«« tsKsw w eh.reti ol waiar If. On (lit ecaan I. Crony IrMrt 73. Q>'#n* rca- 7. iVifcan ftMi dlih Ml >. *l', wildly Jtbtnalvo 71. K inn <u- *• K*#li*ni Fdmlnma mmi *-t!a 11 Th'n raund 7S. I"ffli r It. 'Ml It- illrc* 1! liaorinr It. RrpolM tl. WhtMkM htuia • i*:? TouAa boy M«da a mi« f l(* tt. Draaa aiono •Uh ■ ha mm*, K. At that una tt. Orel* of lliiit it. wir# or Otralat 12. Hceuid t(. Vc.<l fMW 31. S-:int tt. indefinite if* rjtr.tily W 1 (9. l>rilll ad ijr ovu!# vp <■> Alillda it. l«ndad pr«P« mi 47. 'iop«r «6. l'ronouB it. S'HJi* <-f DO- roarloua frn- f*Hon nir: N jj American ao- >. C!.irU n plot* prano 2. Ifji-jr...

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

• r a/ / / / /•# / / /#■#/ 4 r# SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU LEFORS FOLK MAKE BUSINESS AND PLEASURE TRIPS GUM Witt 1) IN THAT CITY SOME COME TO PAMPA AND ATTEND THEATER LEFORS, March 6.—News items from LeFors, briefly stated are as follows: Paul N. Bush of Amarillo visit vd Miss Lorraine Reed recently. Mrs. Ira Hanson, her son, Gdic, and Mr. Keith were visiting In A. i- arill Tueday. Miss Ha*el Reed of McLcnn vintt- ed Miss Lorraine Reed during the last week-end. Misses Pauline Thurmond n'vl Wilma Jean McGlnnls spent the latter part of last week nnd the first of this week in Borger; visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Louis L. Hardin of Coll "io No. 3 was shopping in LeForu Mon- day. Jordan A. Miller, principal <.f i LeFors school, was a recent visitor, in Painpa. , Ed Baer has returned from a trip to Ohio, where he was called to at- tend his father's funeral. The father of Miss Ila Mae Has- tings, teacher in LeFors high school died Saturday at Ca...

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

*<1 :: FOUR', PAMPA MORNING POST ATHENS SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1931 BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Lanfer J M1NV1EW IS BEATEN BY NOCONA WITH LONE POINT AUSTIN, March 0. '*1-Athens ttjiwd sweet revenge by beatirn Dc&tor tonwlit, 39-11 In the seeoud round of t£e state high school ajritwbnU tournament. It wus Oett- *eu which knoUed Jlnuny Kilts' out or Uie Mate title um. The (MancUni titliat* did ru>t ecore a field goal in the tUM halt and w*re trailing 18-2. at .he end . of that period. So close was the National champions guard tin; that neither of the Denton lorwurus made a point during the gantr. Dittrlch had registered 16 points against Sidney Lanier of San An- tonio this morning. Freddie Tompkins was the spark- plus of the victors' attack and ho .alio was high scorer with three field goals and four fr«e throws. Wlie.i he wasn't shooting the baskets him- self, ho was feeding the ball to a teammate in scoring position. darter, center and Smotherrwn, guard, looked good lor Dento...

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

SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads art* rash lir advance. Tlicy must be paid boforn tltov pill bw Inserted. Want Ads may bo telephoned to the olllce before i> ; block oil the day of Insedtlon unci u collector will call. Rat««: Two cent per word pur Insertion, three insertions lur five tents minimum twenty-live cents per insertion. Out of town advertising cuh' with order. Ti" News-Post ref-ervos the l'ltfht to classify nil Want Ads under im- [iiopuate headings and to .revise or withhold trom publication nv copy determined ob^vctlonobla or mls.'-udlnif. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before .si uund lihcrtlOn. Personals * ' * | automouilp: >,oans _ — I PROMPT SEKVlCK POPULAR Piano taught.1 Rates i Will re-finance your present notes reasonable. Bid Morton. 113 reduce payments and advance ad Bouth Wynne. Apt. a. tf dltional cash if needed. Pay buck —- - ~ : 4' "■ "• 10 Hlltl 12 monthly ju- ror Rent ai...

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

'••WM mi rfXr-f. \ * PACE SIX PXMPA MORNING POST Morning Edition of the Pampa Dally Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBKR OP TWE A8SCX;tATEI) PRESS—Pull Leused Wire —1 mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Ntmn-Warren company, 333 West Poster, PampaTTextui Mnnof-er SdlUir ■ited Press Is exclusively entitled to the use tor publication news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited U this ol all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news publlslied herein. Ml rights (or re- paMjjcation of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Kntered as second-class matter October 1, 1930 at the post office at rmnfn Tema. under the Act ol March 3. 1879. COLUMN- SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier In Pampa IPTION to the PAMPA MORN1NO POST In Combination with — . ~venln« and Hundav. M5 .20 PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning. Evening and Sunday. One Month (News and Post) wr week. (News and By Mall. Post) Pampa and Adjoining Counties One Year, (Morning and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS s PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle ■ "V THE NEW PAMPA ^ Fasteat Growing City in Texa ; Panhandle Oil nr.d Wheat Center. M VOL. 1. NC. 114. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY. TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE FIVE CENTS RAY COUNTY CRUDE PRICE CUT • # I • f •#< HOTOQRAPHER TRIES SUICIDE PACT WITH YOUNG WIDOW OVENORS PETITIONED TO HELP,Oil INDUSTRY PROBLEMS IDLE ItTS PRICE LISTED i6he/ Q^ou^cmr Good biscuits are tine or a roiC morning. Fine (or newly wed*. . Fine (or anybody. Bi - cults in punipan's household aie steadily improving tlianfcs to the kindly Interest o( the score; of citizens who telephoned or brought in their recipes. It is a< tontshinir how many formulas there are for such things as bis- cuits. M URIt A Y CONFERENCE GOES TO WORK ON PROPOSALS NOEPENBENTS SUFFER CURTAILMENT HURTING LITTLE FELLOWS REPORT SAYS Joe Lazarus hands us ti clipping from an Omaha pap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

EH 'V\ ▼AGE TWO I m PAMPA MORNING POST x-A >■> I i I i u it 'ti V , A- • i yf f!?W. 4 ■ i 'ity 'I I i Daily Cross-word Puzzle TUESDAY MUHNINCj, MARCH 10, 1931. * by Julian Ollendorfl A* Solution of Saturday's Pimlo V wr ton II Aran. redul It Worafclp K Makolaco 5 s^fEou* 9DOV0 If tabttaneaa molting d > I«. MUM 1L Japaneaa aa b It Hindu worn* an'* jartrwnt It Di .i|trt«abla to tb« unt H. Artificial laa- nfig. , at. No ati a assas. « . Truth it. H*ad « . ISslit «i Una ■ 1 10 E ■•Atsai M EiStS ■ P A|L ■EISIAi F A R A |0|SWl 1 ER A D 1 C a|t EMOjP E kit 6 A L E [L 101P jg R 0 M £ S ■d !e If IE iftl < . Twitching i,f 1# Marry SI. Numcroua It. Vak* u:6y M. Soon (I. Marchrr H. Italian roln S . Cal)* kat • tl. Detadfa .f si. Krdcra f«. Obllt r.no (j. Medieval Ital- ian l.OUM L<OWN 1. Crun'acean I!• dr.Vaird 1. Kl.'.jJero in <v«t Africa 4. Makra tlom 5. P:o9htt (. Artj 7. Tno: rTf fh I. A1ull«rat d . C.rcular Ir.dl- cato-a 10. l j >',uar i.-.etcra It. , 11 Ofl*"* e B afc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1H31 PAMl'A MuKNING POST PAGE THREE MANY LOCAL P-TA WORKERS TO ATTEND CONVENTION CUSSES ARE <S> <s£t. ®ptn $mits MESDAME3 M A h O N E AND HUNKAPILLAIt TO TEACH With one delegate alio wed Tor every ten paid Parent-Teacher u>so- clatlon members, it is expected that a largo number of local persons will attend the district P.-T. A. confer- ence to be held in Pcrryton April 1, a, and 3. Some of the local asso- ciations elected their delegates at their last week's, meetings, while others will elect them in the near future. County Supt. John B. Hessey will speak at the meeting, and Mcm- dames C. T. Hunk:ipillar and G. C. Malono arc to teach classes. Information concerning the vari- ous phases of Parent-Teacher work will be available at the conference Since the national and state cm:- gress have begun emphasizing more mechanics of child welfare work, it is necessary for the district, city and county councils and all 1o«juI associations to do likewise M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

wM m i I I I I! i ■: f AGe FOUR' PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1931. OKLAHOMA CAOERS ELIMINATED III RATIONAL TOURNAMENT HRH Fair and Fast SOUTHWEST HOPES FOR TITLE FADE FROM PICTURE KANSAS CITY. March 9. (A*)— "Hie Oklahoma City Boosters, chief hope of the Southwest In the 1931 A. A. U. national basketball tourn- ament, Mere eliminated from com- petition In the first round play here today by the big four athletic asso- ciation of Cincinnati. As the Century Petroleums, the Oklahoma City cagers recently suc- ceeded the Wichita, Kan., Henrys as champions of the Missouri Valley A A. U. basketball league. The Henrys last year won both the Mis- souri Valley and national crowns. "floday the Boosters stepped out or the championship picture as Uiey bowed, 24 to 30, before the Cincin- nati team. The furiously contested battle was outstanding in a 13-frame program listing first and second round encounters. The Cincinnati cagers include several players familiar at the nn- tlonal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

UESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE > i i Wi hut the NEW HUMIDOR PACK P means to Camel Smokers % i humidor PACK COMPARE a package of Camels with any other cigarette and note the difference in the technique of packing. Note that Camels are completely enclosed in an outer transparent cover of moisture-proof cellophane and sealed air-tight at every point. We call this outer shell the Humidor Pack, ft differs from the ordinary cellopluinc pack and while it is egg-shell thiu, it means a lot in terms of cigarette en- joyment. It means, for instance, that evaporation is checkmated and that Salt Lake City can now have as good Camels as Winston-Salem. •jO M 4.0 3j0 2.0 10 25 DAY CHART OF CIGARETTE MOISTURE LOSS 4 -1 vrrag'r 5 O packages I* Unwrapped Rackage Glass i nc Wrapped Riclugc Regular Cellophane Wrapped Package / r**' 1 •'V & " 1 0 i 9 9 0 2 l\l I *l)ii r^h Testing Laboratory Ho port N(-' 150473 -.Ian.I2.15)3l While Camels are The Pittsburgh Testing Lab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 March 1931

mm Eyv 4' WL I I f; h ill I tl* fV i x< i , i • •>••* ■ w* PAcr six PAMPA MORNING POST TUE*IMY MOHNINd, MARCH JIO^J 931. ^ Morntnt Edition of Hie Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST bMd Wire Nunn-Warren company PHIUP R. POND OUN B. HINKLE .^. Baltor The Associated PtW Ik exclusively entitled to the uie fur' publication ofallnewB disDBUhes credited 10 or not otherwise- credited In this MOW and aKhe local news published herein. Mi rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. _ " Entered^/!" second-class matter October 1. 1930 at tiie post office at Pampa. Texas. under the Act ot March 3, 181#. _ subscription katek By Carrier in Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING POST In Combination with TOBPAMPA DAILY NEWS. Moriiuw. EvenUig and Sunday One Month (News und Post) Per week. (New. ^id p^ -^ Xdjoinln^t^nile, One Year. (Morning and Sunday >... Six Months. < Morning and Sunday) .. ., By Mail Outside of flrsy and Adjoining Counties One Year (N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 March 1931

is - ? id « ?s MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAU.1 NEWS VOL. 1, NO. US. PAMPA MORNING POST J Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. fAP) Features ami Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1931. Full (A4*) Leased Wire PRICE WE CENTS > t FIND HEADLESS DODY OF GIRL ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ KJRKLAND CONVICTED OF MURDER CRUDE INDICT PANTAGES ON "LOVE MARKET" ©- YOUTH TELLS OF GIRL'S DEATH '' ■!$ o • WITH FOUR TO: FACE CHAR6ES WEALTHY SAN DIEGO! MAN HELD UNDER $25,000 BOND TWO 61 RlT COMPLAIN TOOK YOUNG WOMENi TO SAN DIEGO. SAYS COMPLAINT SAN DIEGO. Calif., March 10. ! (.if) — Complaints charging Air*- : under Pantages, vaudeville miw nate, and four other persoiM with violations |of the juvenile court act in connection with the Lw Angeles "girl market" investiga- tion, were issued here today by District Attorney Charles A. Whe- lan. Jesee H. Shreve, wealthy San Di-1 ego reai estate man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 March 1931

Page two PA MP A MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING,"MARCH II, 1931 Daily Cross-word Puzzle * Mr doaflleta jfF •by id i? iwtcto 9 "S( MM ' Id (OB< •at & Solution of Yoiterday'o Puzzto rr' I. Falte forward GLORIA '*PT • Tit<teu<ik MfltNitJ t . a. I'atcal u«H She Gets Another .Vote ,« ,<• .v . v«v by Julian Ollendorff. ~V/S n«u ef a BSTcr will Advaaiam a genua Alan* nil. Beverage flM. Poo til He part III. Unoanny ,11 Fornur school I: neceasltlaa It. AequlMM •1 Implement for romovint *kini SI. Old form of Hum:; mhuuu uaua. MHLIM uHLian □□□□ 'jaoLirjaa □□□□□□□ inauiia uaan □□□ □nu □□□□ □□ uaau □□□□ □□□□□ □□a uaua □□□□□□ rja □□□anaaaa □□ □□□□□□ nam aaa □□□□□ uaaa □□□□ am runna ana □□□ □□□□ aaaaoa aaananH □□□□□□□ aarjti □□□□« □□□□ aaaa □□□□□ aaaa 17. Membership ,. payment «. Pact 60. Hotel SI. Bealad a res- 6L Native of wciti ael «rn Rutila SI. Jipaneta cola 62. Therefore - 41, Pish aauos 63. Coneumed 41. Rugged noun- 54. God of war ' >tU 63. Inert gas of tata craatL 41. Re...

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

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH U, 1931. March 6-14 L PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRE4 L BUSINESS WOMEN'S WEEK arch 8~l4 BRILLIANT REVUE OF SPRING STYLES WILL BE TONIGHT / W NOUS OF BAPTIST W-M-S CIRCLES RVENT IS DIRECTED BY] B. AND P. W. CLUB OF CITY Choice offerings of Pampas mer- chants, the newest that Dame i Fashion has provided for spring, will be seen in revile at La Nora theater this evening. The elaborate event is sponsored by the Pampa Business and Pro- fessional Women's club as a feature of the observance of national Busi- ness and Professional Women's week. Those to Model Models for the occasion will in- clude the following: Murfee's: Misses Roberta Warren, Aurelia Miller, and Dorothy Jane Adams. United Dry Goods: Miss Wilma Single terry and Mrs. H. H. Hicks. Penney's: Miss Dary Mrudor, Mrs. Christine Smith, rind MLss Ruby ltarklns. Violet Shoppe: Miss Elona Nelson, Miss Let a Williams, anil Miss Edna Clemens, who v. ill wear Brownbiit shoes. French Shoppe: Miss Jonnie Ruth | Will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 March 1931

fi B [i ur {AGE FOUIT PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MARCH H, 1931 REDS ARE PICKED TO UPHOLD STANDING OF NATIONAL LOOP NEIN RECRUITS SEEN IN CAMP "RIBBKI) AGAIN," SAII) FANS FftED LUCAS IS I.KST ALl^ROUND STAR OF BALL CLi.fi: l%ls tit another of a m-ries of WlW hMti Xwociatrt tVvs* stories on major Icacttc baseball prot,- VMi. By l.AVLl: tMJJOT Jr. ACOOlatcd Prew Sports Writer TAMPA, Fl*., Mar. 10. i/P)-One of thtw units generally picked to Wld up, this year's National league standing; from the underside, the Cincinnati Reds, gives every prom- lso tff keeping faith «l'h the sooth- j Bayers. The jSteds wound up seventh last | stason, and their manager, Dan ttowtcy, said he doesn't know why| it Wasn't eighth. "But that's no alibi," he hastened to explain. "I stafid or full with my frlub. If the outfit I'm putting to- gether now doesn't come through tnb year or next, I'm Willing to take the blame." Hobbling about on u cone, the result of a foot ailment. Howlcy In Ills second yea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 March 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 11,. 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVE • I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All want ads ore cash In advance, 'lltoy initsf. be p i id before thov , will be insertp<I. Went Ads may bo telephoned to the office before 12 I oWock on the day o: lnsedtlon nnd n collector will cull. Hntev Two cent, per word per Insertion, three Insertions for five ! tents minimum twenty-five cents per insertion. i Out of town advertising cash with order. T1 n New;-Post reserves the right to classify till Wunl Ad:; under au- (iroptirttc headings unci to revise or withhold from publication any copy determined objoctionoble or in'i ^ndlng. Noiieo of any error must be given in time for correction before second nsertton. Personals | POPULAR Piano taught. Rates reasonable. Sid Merlon. 115 [ South Wynne. Apt. 2. For Rent rOK RENT—Three-room mirur- iiisheu duplex. $32.50 per mouth E. Twiford. Phone 9011F2. FOR RENT—Two nice furnished ■\ two-room eottatses. $l.r> |)t.r tf month. All bills pai...

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

? / S ^W:- - PAMPA MORNING POST V'/ Morning Edition ol the Fampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST BHi OP TOT ASSOCIATED PRBBS—PuU Uued Wife except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn*Wf company. 333 West Foster. PampaTTmuu men CUNL. ted Pm* is exclusively entitled to the use tar publication dispatches credited to or not . otherwise credited In this also the local news published herein. \U rights for ri- ot specia" kl dispatches herein also are reserved. as second-class matter October 1,1830 at the poet office at i, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSOUPTION BATES By Carrier in Pamee ON to the PAMPA MORNINOpOST in Combination with . DAILY NEWS. Morning, EvMUng and Sunday. (News and Post* (News and Post) By MaU. hsm and Adjoining Counties Year. (Morning and Sunday) Months. (Morning and Sunday).... By MaU Outside of Gray and Adjoining Counties Ofews and Pwt. including Sun" (News (Aid Post, including St y> (News and Poet, including Sunday) 45 , .20 . 4.00 2.25 . 7.00 . 3.7ft 226 TELEPHON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

O o MORNING EDITION of The PAMPA DAIL\ NEWS ■ ■ ■■■ |_. Ill II !!■—II—II ■HUM—■mini - VOL. 1. No. 114. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle TBS NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City fn Texas? Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 12, 1931. Full (AP) Leased Wire PRICE PlVE CENTS BROTHER OF PAMPA MAN I" "•••'*** #> + * * # ^ # <* ♦ • • ^ ^ ♦ # ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ # ♦ # * + * ♦ + * liENGLAND OPENS WAR ON CHINESE PIRATESWMI FOR CONTEMPT N0RR1S SAYS NO THIRD PARTY CONTEMPLATED DEATH OFT I REFUSES TO DISCLOSE j INFORMATION TO GRAND JURY CREATES FREEDOM BILL MEASURE INTRODUCED TO EXEMPT EDITORS FROM CONTEMPT DALLAS. Mar. 11. i/P)—The Dal- las county grand jury was blocked today in Its efforts to determine whether or not C. J. Coder and Lewis Hurst, two communist organ- izers, were abducted and flogged last Thursday night as they left the city police station. George Clifton Edwards, attorney for the communists an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 12 March 1931

+AGB TWO PAMPA MORNING POST IHUKSDAY MOHNING, MARCH 12, -1931. Daily Cross-word Puzzle t. •. u. M IS. tl. XT. U. If. so. II. n. '«: it. t . *«. 17. n 40. 4U it. 43. IS. M. «T. m .-J: ci 40. E] AOROM Won out Hut lea I ■ymbol Peruvian chlaftala AccuMwa Chief town of tlu Hawaiian Island* Low tide Support! for cofflna Tbo holly Small valley Addition to a building Hypocritical talk Fart of a wagon Pronoun Tall let* I wip- ing amphibian Instigate Sucgeetlon Hake correc- tloni In Long narrow openings Away: Scotch Steeps flax Scrutinises ihlef actor Ipoch Sober Me of a vessel Kxplates County In New Ton state Pack Solution of Yeeterday'e Puxzlo uuaa □□□ □□□□ □□□) □□□□ □□uaaaaa □□□□ □ □□□□ [JLJH □[!□□□□ □no □[!□ [iriijuu □boohs □□□Hnn □uLiua nan UHH □□OQL3Q □□□ □H0H rjaOULiLi □aaaaaaa aaas II□□ B8HB [1130a Q aasQ aaam IME1 ♦S. Cliara^t'r In "Pii-kwlclt Paper*" 51. Pitcucr SI. Tliree: prefix 6"i. Among :>«. miin* it. Crlt.l like A cat 40. Prima donna til. Surface at. Th cream a. Ptalk CI. l...

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