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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

SATURDAY MOKNtM,, "ti ) '1. PAMTA MORNING ro.%1" pAoe m$ STINSONS ENTERTAINED IN ROME MANY TK1PS HOLD INTEREST FOR LEl'ORS RESIDENTS CHICKEN SUPPER SERVED IT PICNIC Fl HONORING VISITORS IN CITIf PERSON 5 i ARK SEVERAL REPORTED THIS WEEK LKI'OBS, July 24.—Vacation lours, business trips, and short vifcits with friends and relatives in near-by i towns have held interest for LeFors residents this week. I Mrs. S. C. Dykes and sister. Mrs. J. W. Hazclwuoci, have from a visit to Mrs. Dykes' uncle, J. W. Hardy of Shamrock. I Mr. and Mrs. .V. E. Wagner and biiHv, Fy.rence, enjcyccl the visit Sunday, spent as usual, with Mrs. Wagner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. drover Frier of Pampa. j. T. Morrow returned from the Presbyterian conference Wednesday morning, and will resume his duties here at the Community church, j Miss Mildred Willis, and Carter I,re Willis have left for their home in New Mexico. A. Carpenter has returned home j Horn a business trip to Grady, N. M„ where his brother, W. A. Car-, p...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 July 1931

lAAft Ml HMNi MftftNift* toft sAtuftdAf waiwwa, JUL* U. i«t. | I: |: r U I II I • i I '4 LI i i < : | y i « t II L I L Morning Edition of the Pimp* Daily New* THE PAMPA MORNING POST OF 1 ■Mlahadmaroliiu f2lishlng company. Vuno ND .. TtSG U exclusively entitled to the uae for publication ,i credited to or not otherwise credited in ttiia load news published heroin. 411 rights lor to- dispatches heroin also on • Intend as second-class matter October 1,1M0 at the post offloo at ftmpa, Texas under the Act of March 3. itw. SUBSCRIPTION BATES ION to (tie in comMnatlan with PA DAILY NEWS. Monung, Evening and Sunday. _ i (New* and Post) * °V m3£ raiapa and' ' Adjoining 'Osuttta w, (Morning and Sunday) <•90 Ut% iSoS to -"offi? and Adj*i« C—t* One Tear Olews and Port, Inciting sunSyT/!? IS Iflonttlt (News and Poet. including Sunday I SroTSSSBis (News ami Port, including COLUMN- 55* ••eiiiteei 3J1S .!.« MB Pampa Nona and Port TELEPHONES • eoe • • e • • •e•o e e «M and an NOTICE—:: Is not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

MORNING KP1TJON of Tint PAMPA DAIL\ WEWS | VOL 1, No. 194k PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THE NEW PAMPA ~ PnUit Growing City in Texaa; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1931. (Full AP Leaned Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS PARISH I — BLAMED FOR SESSION ONE WORKER DEAD IN OIL EXPLOSION AT KILGORE ♦ ♦♦ MURRAY STAYS WITH TROOPS >. FATAL BUST •DRILLING CREW HELD BY FLAMES OF OIL FROM CI USHER 1USJ1S TO SCENE WORKERS FIGHTING TO GET TO MEN INSIDE OF FIRE CIRCLE I KILOQRE. July 27. ,'tiji taken one life in an explosion, the •iijl Butts well, two block* from the ■'jjm main business section of this Cast v-S Texas oil town, was burning night. '•'I The well r^'Jfhl lire after an S unsuccessful fight by the fire de- 'if partment of an hour to prevent f the flames from the oil tanks spreading to the derrirk. . Clyde Erskin, 35, was dead from the blast. Two other workmen, caught in the flames whi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

•ACE TWO PAMi'A MOfiNlWG JOoT J s k } i I I w i I 1 -I < f > II Jr ■ I Doily Crow word Ptezle DIANA DANE YraJanaili iU«. AppU«4 U. ft Pa last oi And It He Profound? TUESDAY MORNIKG* JULY 2*^ UttI. 1 ' by Don Flowers •> IWU MH drti !* 8g2S go «n for a Solution of Yottorday't Pustlo nana □□□ accc □□aa ana □□□□ raau aaaa uhhh Dfinaan nasann □naaana coaunaa anrjaa nun anaaa aan Dnatja aanannni aunriaan nUI30(lB □UMHUfJ □inin anna aay nana □□□ □□□□ □□□ aaHa 17. btm art- fully SI. Went swiftly a. FruU pri- ll. Tarlaty of Apw riran petals <0 Reduce to bomiafe <1. Epochs *1 UMto drama M. Eocliab action) « BgSL held *i: iSrSSft rellhu t gwondary •rtiool: colloq. 1. Absorb, as nourishment 4. Lama rata 5. N'atl e metal bearisr compounds . Father 7. Forward *. Peruse and amend . Prophets 10. Exlit 11. Heal IX. Ardor IS. DisuMcb IS. Condensed moUture It. Small mound " Grit Small and feeble !«. Facts u It. Impair by reelect or misuse II. Part at an amphithea- ter IS. Commemora- tiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, itfSI. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE GAY OUTINGS ARE HELD FOR RESIDENTS OF NOELETTE ♦ * * * ♦ * * * * * * * f * * * #♦** ♦ Brown Is Bride of Jesse Tripplehorn Here on Sunday SWIMMING PARTY AND SUNRISE BREAKFAST ARE GIVEN NOELETTE, July 27.—Jolly pic- nics and /other outings for small groups have held Interest In Noel- ettft recently. Home of the Noel- ette residents are leaving for vaca- mm tripe, and shorter visit* to points nearby are proving to be pleasfeMt ones. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Randlc and daughter, Monty Jo. Mr. and Mrs. E: t. High and children. Mr. and Mis. Fred Qenett. Mr. and MH. John Watkins and daughter, Betty, and Junior ffcaton enjoyed a welner roast and swimming party at Skelly pump station Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Maupln and Carl Sharp? left Sunday jnoming for.Eagle Lake, N. M.. for a week's fishing trip. ; By BESS FIRMAN WAHHINOTON, </TV Peggy Ann and Peter Hoover liave gone from the White House, but their little tea-party corner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

KfnK m ■ S p- j& 8f-:a a- I I i <1 V I I Jb ®.. W: I V- f; i' § I ;Sf; #* I I P | if, 1 % &; * PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 1% 1931. imtE MULE Ml WITH CHICAGO WHITE HUE TANKS COME BACK IN NIGHTCAP TO WIN EASY. BATTLE , NEW YORK, July 27. WV For ftp fevood straight day the New Ylork Yankees and Chicago. While Sax split a doubleheader, the Sox winning the first I to 7 and the T*nkM£ tb nightcap 13 to 3. lb the opener Babe Ruth's 27th k nm tapped off a six-run rally, Ued the score, but Tony t dropped Reynolds' fly in the tenth to allow the winning run to crass the plate. The second game was a repetition «f yesterday's nightcap. The Yanks taoehert MteKain out of the box in the first and continued their 17-hit hit attack on Pat Caraway. ib Sullivan 9b Reynolds u Fonseca rf .- jg^TMd ci 4 AB R H O 111 3 0 A E 0 0 YORK- <* 5 Efoweli 3b Gehrig* lb B£ . tor Rhodes in 6th. as—Batted for Pipgras In 10th. 300 013 100 1—8 100 008 000 0—7 hits: 8itfUvan, Ruth, Home runs:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

lOSSOAY MORJULV 2ft. si. iRmffLioneM &/ MABEL MCELL:QTT / PAMHA MOkNING 1'UiiT PAGB WE BEGIN HERE TODAY ..LIANE BARRETT. 18 aiul beauti- ful, lives iu a crampcd Mew York apartment with her mother, CASS BARRETT, a rather faded actress. On a hot night Liane goes to dinner with MOLLY CRONIN, a neighbor, und two of. Molly's men friends. There Is a shooting and the girl is held as a witness. She sends a note to her mother who arrives and per- suades SHANE McDERMID, the young policeman in charge, that Li- ane Is innocent of wrong-doing. That night at the theater where Cass is playing Liane encounters a hundsonv stranger who speaks her name. A few days later Cass and Liane to to Willow Stream. L. I., where Cars has an engagement in a small summer theater sponsored dby the wealthy MRS. CLEESPAUGH, a widow with one son, CLIVE. Liane works in the box office, sharing du- ties with MURIEL LADD, pretty so- ciety gir). At Muriel's home Liane again meets the handsome stranger who spoke to her ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 28 July 1931

! •I '• i 4 PACK SIX \ PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1931. Morning tuition of Um Pampa Sally Win THE PAMPA MORNING POST r 393 West Foster, to exclusively entitled tgthe ■crfdlted^MM^^B Classified Advertising Rates Information ■pedal dispatches Mr publication tctae* btnlo also utMwuM. d-clast nutter October TmS~SnSTi the Act or Much 3. life. at 1 Sail? NH nth fNews end Poet) (Newa^agu ........ and Port, including 8i ow" TELEPHONES jgTSffiT" ~~ MCmKwffftwr In OonMnitloA with Morning, Evading im Bunasj. IMMMItlll (newt and Neva and Poet « JO . *.00 , 335 . IM . 3.7# «J> re Binciiy over the plume understanding to to bo paid tne Ads Ml and Ml -It h not the intention of tale ne * of —'— ^rsr.pgs23"b®T°..: and fullv correct any emmoue , WHY NOT A PAMPA TIRE FACTORY ? ."Several weeks ago the MORNING POST in an editorial urged Pampa to work for more industries and pointed out tlie amount of raw material available here. The editorial W|M reprinted in the July issue of the TE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

MORNING NDlTfON of Th PAMPA DA1L\ NEWS >L. 1, No. 195. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle TAB NEW PAMPA Pastest Growing City in Panhandle Oil and Wheat , } Center. (AP) Features and Cornice PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS OB SEEKS SUYER OF SHERIFF WO AIRPLANES FLYING OVER ATLANTIC TO EUROPE IURRAY BEGINS CAMPAIGN FOR DOLLAR OIL BY SATURDAY IREATENS TO IIT JSWKRS PLEA OK OIL tOYALTY OWNERS IN OKLAHOMA l6he/"QrGUIJGtTY . Hs SIGHT PLANES LMG LAST ;he sim hem COMPANIES FAIL TO JOIN IN SHUTDOWN AT OKLA./ CITY ioma crrv. July as. ollar for a barrel of crude oil Saturday night or no more pro- llon from' Oklahoma's great -that was Governor William j ry Murray's ultimatum to oleum purchasers. ' ounting on the strength of his | Aonal guard as he did in Ills bra ted tactics to open Red river j bridges, Murray said that un- Ifini to automobile and gasoline dealers: Why not sell antl-frrm aolotions to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

«<x' H I P/v.KiPA MCRMNO rOil DIANA DANE TriUrmsfli iu* apuHimj far c. * p nm oam What's This? WE LmmESDaY MORfliNc;, JUtY 8 , t &i by Don Flower* DUMA, IF •i vs tfirr enough it iSHSr ft. •vtr ■ wound •f VHrtiy1! Pvaii !ILi'JtJ 0U03H Win r43Liu snmnra urnsn □r^ananra anuOTTi f' TflTi: UOLIH T; ] riw rjaom:-: nrjirj fi^ian cj'JB ttjus 'y.iair ;J oaaunrin ui nnnrrin LJEar cd'j f r-m Li3 ri BC-^ njfipcr* j;ja Uii[i aaao oaa*- acaaaiE! . igaaa POOH aaaaa aa „ mat ogaaa poos *AIT, VHATtS THAT PUMBUNS SOUND? ^ b&e «s, ixrts * N^uy the abound ~ ^caSST* to =" IS •SMA^|KIG' ■ ■ Vtfir •>* w «. ft Th cbla boa* Scotch ri ar Tubi UMt Chatwn W l "t>mtii " ull-ns t? C u" " '• M. DOWN V. Ajruvi t Pf-rt*u.ln to 'J* i.rum I. Cu'Jiae a! a IQKiOi V e- 4 iTaT: <t Dcpositarr far hiatnricai public <nn ■usu . Lut« laitf# . Not SBBBk Eiirliafa bM- «-tl« of Dm emsimsmi M ffTk praatdeM Ovul«a / cV «.*> LdOK OUT, ~ t>i/"/"A'0lANA'euN , « / / /. / • V5B Lire / Pao^tsvoc, vve tot. PO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1931. FAMPA MORNING POST PftGE THREE GOOD RECORDS ARE MADE BY GRAY COUNTY CLUB GIRLS ¥ * * * •k ie * * * * # * * * * * V* * * * * * * * * * Episcopalian Women Will Sponsor ''The Southerner" at Theater Here ■ PLANS TO BE PICTURE STATION TAKES AIR THE MOVftfcd FOR EXHIBIT ONE GIRL DOES WORK FOR FAMILY OF SEVEN To do the housework lor a family of seven for six weeks is no easy tiuk for a young girl who has not gained her strength after a case of whooping cough—especially it there is illness In the family. Yet this was done and done well by one of Gray county's 4-11 club girls. As the re- sult, her record as a club girl has been considerably boosted. Numerous outstanding records have been made by the club girls of this county, according to Miss Myr- tle Miller, home demonstration agent. They are now at work on l articles to be exhibited In the Gray County Free fair. Jewel Faye Mccormick, 18, of Pampa, has been especially success- ful ,ln poultry raising. Her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

yjs-vv* *%%%% %V 1 ft ! u i I- ar-n . I i ' i w Bi ; v." *13! K \'Ilr A a & V- if: '. $ #* fc J |5, V ! J I i 8flB i.v &■ o PXMPA MOttNlNC POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, IMI. BREAK WITH 11 RUNS IN EIGHTH ■EESIB NEW YORK HAD GAME WON UNTIL THE EIGHTH FRAME JHEW YORK, July 20.WV-A1 the Mart, of the eighth Inning today it looked a* if the. Yankee* were about towin a one-sided ball game from the Chicago White Sqx. They were landing. M to 3 behind Herb Pennock and the game appeared cafe. But at that point the Sox started hitting and before four Yankee hurlers could stop, them they had scored eleven runs and won. 14 to 13. CHICAGO— AS R lb e i Jeffries 3b Reynolds cf-lf Porowca. rf ...... WthprgUl If .... ' cf .. 3b - . . .4 o • ■3. 0 ..5, 3 ..ft 3 ..5 -0 ...A and* c Thomas p Wehde p ... *Jolley xgCaraway .... Frasier p ... ...5 1 ...5 1 3 1 —1 0. —1, 0 ...0 1 ...I 0 K O 3 13 1 3 0.0 3 0 3 0 4. 3 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 A E a o STARTING YOUNG —By Pap KAlUfr.lfJE -~U£ LtTTtF fOOQTB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

WEDNESDAY MOltiMNC, JULY 11 :i i. PAMPA MORWIWC POST PACE nvs Classif Advertising In formati led I Bates ition it* TO All Want Ads are strictly o Hid are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is to be paid when our collector calif.', PHONIC TODS WAL 666 or 66 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you worfi n. All Ads tor "Situation Want- ad," "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- oepted over telephone. Out-oI-Town advertising, casB with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Aas under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- Uoatton any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable lor damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MA* l(f; Classifie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 29 July 1931

X 5 I I Si I f I M P I 1 fx, p ft ¥ 1'. ■& %: I a i i ■r I PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST %$ WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1931. t Morning Edition of the Pamp* DaHy Neva THE PAMPA MORNING POST ^ MWf w ww iMnctATm PRESS—Ml Leased WU MuS&mornion excspt Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Wamn ■3lp!i«| company, 333 Wert Foster, Pampa. Taiaa iVID M. WARREN ... ■. (BOB) BRASHEARS E. HINKLE R. POND ... General Manager .. BuslncsK Manager Managing Editor . Advertising Manager SOW STILL Praia is exclusively enUtled to the use for pubUcaUon Inews dispatches credited to or not iflwfwte#. owttM jn this and alio the looal news published herein. AU Hfhu for rt atom of special dispatches herein also are reserved. filtered as second-class matter October 1,1 WQ at the port I0N at pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3. 181>. DIVERGENT OPINIONS I ARE HEARD BEFORE BOTH HOUSES IJ5 ION to the SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la ram PAMPA MORNING r^A-bAavX^va Morning, Sv , (News and Post) (News and Port) By...

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

MORNING KD1TION of Tb PAMPA DAIH NlSWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle ' THE NE^ PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Teaaa; Panhandle Oil auf Wheat Center. ; J \ Hi.r VOL. 1, No. 196. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENT! OCEAN FLIERS LAND IN WALES MAJOR COMPANIES WILL FIGHT* MURRAY'S ULTIMATUM BEER RUNNER ARRESTED iN SLAYING OF NEW YORK CHILD i&es<y%iweirY Today's politics— LYNCHBURG. Va. (/P)—Newton D. Baker, former secretary of war, expressed the opinion tliat major political parties will promise bread rather than drink to the people in the 1932 presidential campaign. CITY IS IREO AT ACTIVITIES HERE'S FIRST FULL VIEW OF NEW NAVY DIRIGIBLE The day's bonehead—dumping of stocks through fear that conditions are getting worse instead of better. 4 * « Today's oil in brief: The ability to fix tile price of oil along com- petitive nerds rests In the hands of a few companies ...

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

*AfifeTWO M' & la "s -II m k : i PAMPA MGjiNING POST • ♦•y f w VUJ M • f u k TliUkSD^* MORNING, JULY 30, 1*31. Dally Cron-word Puzzle DIANA DANE Triicmifk K«| «[>oltan f>i H. ■ PslSm <Wr SaltfttM of Sttturtay'a Pustla a. etMiMi mh 11 Lift With * M. 4 uoaaaaa amciH raiiHaann canaan □aa noo annas sania aaaaE naa saraa raaaiSB Lm □as uaauraarj anaaoo naaa^a uranaaaii oaa tie rmaaa naaa aaa Dianas aaa iiannu BSQ aaa ana^a aaaanara saaaa aamaaiaa wijlKSP'«. ««* ftax pl+ot *• ® a. '8fcLl iM«b 61. Printer'! apprentice It. Anglo-Sa*oii slave a. "Pro—" <5. Pre** • *7. Auction of i . M*t«l 70. Juauined 73. Declaiming boisterous I* 75. Corroded 76. Kscape by . . uruHce Tl. Recipient of 'a gift It. Automotive fuel: cn'ltq. *0. Marry rtnln *1. Roll of to- bacco: var. DOWN I. Sleevelose outer gar- raenta I ffiLn* 4. Portion of * ourve 5. Celestial body PArta la a play II. Large Bat 4IA I*. Free IS. Affirmative II. Nickname tor Edward SO. Pertaining to the laity 13. Woman set apart...

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

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE HOME-TOWN STUNNED WHEN GIRL IS BRIDE OF PRINCE * * * * if. * * * # * * * * * •> * * * * .y. * * * * (< Picnics Are Held By Baptist Groups WHO WILL GET HER RICHES? BRIDE-ELECT PRINCE WILL VISIT IN HOME OF BRIDE'S PARENTS WEATHERFORD. July 29—U/Pi i -- Tills venerable West Tex^s Hamlet where melon wagons idle about an old world-looking courthouse, hard- ly could grasp the sudden notice thrust upon It toay by the marrlagr In London of one of Its daughters. Mass Aleene McFarland. to Prince Johann von ze I.lchtcnsteln, mem- ber of one of oldest reigning fami- lies In Europe. Dark-eyed Aleene, Cinderella of this Orausturklnn romance, was born here and went to school in the "little red schooll louse" in Weather- ford. Her father, the late Charles McFarland, was lord of many acres and ruled many cowboys, roistering knights of the Texas prairies, who fended his herds. The McFarland home, a castle-like structure, over- looks...

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

1 I Mtirrou* PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1—1. *■ i ?« I) f- I i *• .jfi' A- I i. t® ® I i 11 i 9 S' "'"i : tmtvm . la is & I fife, f m I I I- l: ( | i I *'* RCW YORK ENDS HOME STAND BY DEFEATING WHITE SOX - - - • By Laufer TMI NEW YORK fJETS EVEN BREAK. IN SERIES WITH CHICAGO NEW. YORK. July 29. (flV-The New York Yankees ended their borne stand against the western teams today be defeating the White Sox In the final game of the series 10 to 4. The victory gave the Yankees an even break in the six gomes played with the Box. Oeorge Pipgras went the route for the Yankees, letting the western- ers down with seven hits while his teammates were finding old Red Faber and young Pat Caraway for 14 blows, including home runs by Ruth, Lary and Laraert. | CHICAGO- ABRHOAE Blue lb 4 1 2 0 0 0 fllllUvan 3b 3 0 113 1 fteynaMs lf 4 0 0 2 0 1 EttnMM If 3 1 0 4 0 0 Utttwood Cf 4 0 1 3 0 0 Kerr 2b 4 113 2 0 OiMell as .4 0 0 0 2 Q Tate c 4 113 10 Faber p 2 0 0 2 1 0 xStmons 1 0 0 0...

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

*H'Uf<S€ A\ fviuuMN'C jUt-t PAMPa WORNfNC POST Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly caan md are accepted over the .phone rith the positive understanding that the account is to lit paid when our collector calls. • T PHONE YOU* WANT AS TO 066 or 667 j our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore it. 7 >■' All Ads tor "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Found" art- cash with order and will not bt ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertlttnt, euB with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Aos under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- Uoatlon any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be riven in time for correction be- fore 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 Adv...

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

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1931. m Bl. f o Morning Edition of the Pampa Daily New* ' THE PAMPA MORNING POST ItSMBKR OP TOT ASSOCIATED PRESS—Full Leaaed Wire " mqriUngt except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren company, 333 West Foster, pampa. Texas DAVID M. WARREN General Manager R. 8. <MDB) BRASH EARS Business Manager OLIN eThINKLE Managing Editor Pfm.ro R. POND Advertising Manager The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of an news dispatches credited to or not otherwise audited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights (or re- pQDlloatfbn of special dispatches herein also are reamed. Entered as second-class matter October 1. IBM St the poet oflloe at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 187|. HE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. One Mont* (News and Pvt) ftr week. (News ^tnjl Put) SUBSCRIPTION RATES D« f arrier In Piibm ON to the PAMPA MORNTNO POST In Combination with Morning, Evening and Sunday. „ .Br wee...

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