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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 September 1931

ft' ; .V VtM.' WA fcttl THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST *ACK m r ,tv. nd Yt$ *y n- ir- rt rc th K). a.s<% >1 iM (is m «. fr J. tf <« n o * 0 « COUNTY CLUB WOMEN TAKE MANY FAIR P.ATUARCHUL ' FAMILY GIVEN CONSIDERATION liMUnc In the nome of Mrs. Oeorge Brlggs with Mrs. James Todd, Jr., as leader, members of El Progresao club Tuesday afternoon studied the patrlarchial family and among the Wftiwi, Romans. I Following the roll call, which was answered with current news about women, Mrs. Todd spoke on the women of Greece and Rome. "In the early days," said Mrs. Todd, "the family was the center of all activities for the Onekis and Romans. Women were held in- ferior to men. They were consid- ered of weaker character and men- tality. Their chief duty was to prepare comforts for men." Mh. T. D. Hob art spoke on the women, pointing out that this at* titude was simply one of tolerance. The women had no voice in the church, she said. "The Hebrew family," explain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 September 1931

^Rg££99H i ** *> -IPWA* & ••'■ j^W Z2®6 W mii Vf\ «* & Bit, PAMPA MORNING POTT Of the MORNING POST .THJBSK*!£ SKfeV, (.<an^iSurusri &' Munn-Wi wte::::::::::::::::: ••*••«•••••-•••••••••• Minanr uiniier « Wltor to the UM tor pukUeatiun iAktfMdafc i—aJMAj in tkiU ■BbWIS^* wr K ^sss reflection error it sailed to statement MUMS -rtlAW USAUfilWIllI' ^K,i: a'. '. *>, vf; i : ' ,K~y ' ' ' At a time when moat Americana are looking around hopefully for a*leader who can lead their country through it* perplexing maw of difficulties, it in interesting to find Governor Wilbur Cross of Connecticut reminding us that . «ven the discovery !of such a leader won't necessarily solve «e problem. Writing in the autumn^ number of the Yale Review, Gov- ernor Cross remarks: "If we have learned anything from the war experience it should be that leadership is not enough .,.. A citizen of tocracy such as ours cannoL.with a clear conscience ^ ite his authority - to the expert in times of pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 September 1931

•a GOOD MORNING—By cussing the Texas legislature Huey Long has robbed Texans of all the pleasure in one of their most treasured spare time hobbies. "Vw THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat rs Center. i >— r VOL 1, No. 235. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) ( 6 Pages) MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS PRICE FIVE CENTS I jJHJp, f RESUBMITTAL DRY LAW PROPOSED KILGORE MEN FIGHT OVER SHOW GIRLS HEWING ON FARM CONSIDERED FACES TRI AL A BIRD OF A TRICK WHAT EFFECTS WOULD ENSUE llNQUIRY INVOLVES THE POSSIBLE DEMAND FOR (!RAINS ' | INCIDENT IS G L 0 S [ D ISECRETAR Y R E (\ R E T S j EVER MENTIONING SUBJECT 1 a £L Ms i WASHINGTON, Sept. 34. i/Pi— A second arm of the federal go- ernment Is dipping into the rumor - surrounded topic of legalized lieer and its possible effect on the na- tion's economies. Just about the time the Ameri- can Legion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 September 1931

PAGE TWO PAMPA MORN INC. POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1931, Daily Cross-word Puzzle m A««tCSS «■ • Mil sw. Solution of Yostcrday't Puzxlt famr" 5«>. AM«DM4 H. im^rprtt j catch «v_ n( oft oar-' *C&" U-i'lO ;.-r at rl« * Wl.a anai-; coi1- i> OR I DOWN Razor sharp «* *• iftUtt MU.CU Orel# 91 >U( ..Ua.ivJts t t- rrcti n Xol tsy Am<r'Cin In (Win JaDJ*n«r*« n*li Can." 'together PJv«.'!. l'f confine SoKer lfr.ii n vvbrt Bllh.l lh.- r CamMi— * ' •'• 0 ilfrfi •• "SiS^. |ih>aicla n NoMm.au Withered Sinning l.tgend Stoiii: Rr.-nch African ttl«t Oriian of hearing CaacrUed p«ffon* M«t l r«kl«uer iii torU«l Mrtpd* s.nglo* voic* lund*f Hit- OQuqloia ^ Ju4 K verker«t«* In Turk«y, salt:; ; Takes olf«n ut SkUl ©ovt« Ski Pino* Narrow Uid Uau i b wound PIANA DANE shouldn't >^5? BE «^ttin<r to vour fathers' b stats soon? vouve been burning up the road since left nbv vork, | Pat, Tr*«1 frark Hag. Ayj.IlM fc'jf i s rvm Oik a VES, ^E'LL. B TWIRB SOON, Diana-- WERE WE AWE, Dia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 September 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRBl a 0 0 HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS WANT CAFETERIA SUPERINTENDENT WILL PUCE PROJECT BEFORE BOH NEXT GROUr VOTES to BUY SECOND HAND PIANO The high school Parent-Teacher association yesterday voted unani- mously to support the cafeteria plan in Pampa as explained by Supt. R. B. Fisher. The meeting, held in the high school building, was the first of the season. Hie superintendent is to place the proposal for cafeterias before the school board next Monday for Its approval. He explained to the women that it was planned to have a cafeteria in the red brick build- ing on central campus for high school and junior high school pu- pils, and that a smaller cafeteria would be placed in each of the ward schools. It was formerly planned to cook all of the meals at central campus, but later concluded that meals, with the exception of baking and other heavy cooking, could be done at the individual schools. To Be Economical Once equipment has b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 September 1931

,'V> s\ *V% v%- . X X % % < PACE POUR PAWPA MORftlNG POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1*31. REM r m i p| V: M 'if- ¥8® Sir n r;:,i Lm$ JIM ELLIOTT ALLOWS 5 HITS IN 19TH WIN TEN BILLIONS REPRESENTED IN RELIEF PITTSBURGH, Sept. 24. </P>—The Pittsburgh Pirates ended their home season today by dropping the rubber game of a three contest ae- ries to Philadelphia, 6 to 1. Jim Bl Uott, in setting down the Plrateu with live hits, turned In lilt 10th victory of lie seosoti. PHIA AB E H O A E cf 3 10" " erg, 2b 3 (In, rf 4 •t, lb 4 |r, 3b 4 Davis, c 4 IWtt. if - 8 WUUngham. m . ... 3 J. Elliott, p 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 Totals 31 5 8 27 13 1 PITTSBURGH AB R H O A E L. Wanor, ct .... 4 0 1 0 0 0 Gomoroslcy, If .... 4 0 0 1 0 0 suhr, lb — 4 0 0 8 0 0 Traynor, 3b ....... 3 0 0 0 1 0 P. Waner, rf ...... 3 0 1 2 0 0 Piet. 2b 4 0 0 3 4 0 Sankey, ss ,4 0 112 0 Finney, c 4 1 1 6 0 0 French, p 2 0 1 0 3 0 XStelnecke 1 0 0 0 0 0 CMMta. p — 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 1 5 27 10 0 ...

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

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 193?. PAMPA MOUNINl. POST * rXGKHYB 4 > : .Wfe; BY FREEMAN LINCOLN SYNOPSIS: Tiro men lot>« Snm SlmtrlM— I'eak Abbott, owner o/ l(ip Express, and Freddy Uuuson, reporter on the same newspaper. She wants to marry Abbott be- cause she needs money, but she loi/es Freddy Peak asks her to marry him, on a business basis. Sam manages the financial affairs of her half-brother. Nelson, and her stepfather, Fourth Aldersea. fourth is fanatical about social prestige, which adds to Sam's alarm when she finds her half- brother dancina at a restaurant with ilartha (livens, the maid of all work at the stable where the three live since Fourth lost the family fortune. Freddy calls Sam from a dance to ask lier to marry him that nioht. She tells him that he would lose his freedom, and she would continue to he poor, and re- fuses him. "I'd hate t<\ tell you where I'm going," he sayt, turning au-ay from her. Chapter 5 bUDDEN LIGHT tt £ REN'T you even going to aay go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 25 September 1931

r VAGI BIX V Morning Edition of the Ptmpa Dally News r THE PAMPA MORNING POST lOCMBEIl OP Tim ASSOCIATED PRESS-Full Leased wire Usbed morning* except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 323 West Poster, Pampa, T< FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28. 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST Amarillo Morticians Face Federal Charge prevent 'our churiUcs from caring for those who are deserving and cannot help themselves Governor Advises Men Pick Cotton rexaa. DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOB) BRASHEARS. OUN E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication Of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and alio the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of apeclal dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1. 1030 at the post office at Pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3. 1879. 8URRCRIPTION RATE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 September 1931

' * t ' l- • ■ . m GOOD MORNING—Only the eupremej^ouri can sate Ralph Capone from serving a 3-year term for Income tax evasion—but will Hf THE NEW PAHPA Fastest Growing CRjr in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat ' "■ Center. ' ' -' \ r • ;; '*1 ■ -ifti rffitti-V: Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle mmm VOL 1, No. 236. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1931 (4 Pages) .. %4SI ir: ■ % i BARONS BEAT OUT DIZZY DEA3S* AND WIN DIXIE _ '".I ♦ ♦♦ e- —- SHEDS LIGHT M'GANEGAL NAMES WHO RAN FROM JONES HOUSE TWO ARE BEING [TWO GANGSTERS CON* FESS AFTER "DOUBLE CROSSING" HOUSTON, Sept. 28. (AV-Much of the mystery clouding three murders here In the laM month vn cleared away tonight by con- fessions Houston police had ob- tained from two gangsters seek- ing vengeance on former partners ! they believed had "doakk crowed" them. Barney MjcOanegal, confessed bank robber and safe blower, named In the confession of Jack Jones as the "trigger man" In the kil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 September 1931

*•*♦** %• % *V %VAV>V% P AMPA MORNING FUST SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER M, I Ml. - ! Pmrj Ami Viae* G late Ffaate ■H.L ATTEMPT TO REAP CYCLONE *m - Anything Ookie Miliar Lacks Is Ibknoffi! to Pafltae'S Grid Teajn M. dMLMM. Mm Vu wtth rx L A. t ***«.< «r uk i a-*1 ii'MMUM ■Stiff LEW KRAI OLD. LRAGUB Uml If YEARS TEJ9S MS i KTIttTOMf FRST CONFER- TEAMS HAVE 1M1 DEBUT IMTJA3. Sept.. . uP—ttnr prr- tfcaal .■flSr'teBiogro* ' tbnr fjui b« day ^ Hw ' I ' the lit baeate ttan Props aad tbr 1>«to- H|Cfi at M Worth * mncc k Mrs SPardfc sad worksd oat ca the SUM after Caw* Scfcna* at Hi T. C. TJ f>«a Ui"ma> S WWD tMl The dtiventity of Texas Ivc*- taw. m confereaae oiuumjasas. will i(M|irte agains: the Sacaaes CMwaiy Oowbcys m atoth Twenty-free ffcnmmr puayect at- liwl in AasBai at nacc sodar lot • late workout lb lwini stadium The game loam* a* a de- fensive battle with tfar l nai*mts lop-teny tawnrjles At OoOegi. Brain tr Oast Mm? Bdl plana to scan a kbl 41 'W- i one fxoessaoci a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 September 1931

QSATUROAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1M1. PAMPA MORNING POST fAQB Kentuckiang Booty. TrayUr Candidacy MMvtn Sept. al </P> ylor. Chicago, wu en- OOLUMJRIA, Ky n A. Tray. dqrsed for preeident of the United States today by farmer folk of the foothills of Kentucky. He felt here 32 years ago, a penniless youth, and achieved fame in national and In* ternatkmal finance. President of the first National banfc of Chicago, lYaylor was eulog- ised by his boyhood friends as a mf*mm" destined to lead thd nation wnd the world out dr the valley of eoonotUe depression. 7 Or. William J. Mntohins, president of Berea college. Berea. Ky„ of which T**ylor is a trustee, was one of the chief speakers. "I am glad to jetn in this tribute of honor to a man who It a finan- cier and yet a public servant and a democrat in the finest ssnse of the word," Dr. lfutoiiina said, adding: "All throughout history, this re- public has been served and saved by men of pure heart, dean hands and bought brains, who have com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 26 September 1931

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

J GOOD MORNING—Representative Wright Patman is merely voicing a popular belief that Mr J Andrew Mellon, like the depression has overstayed his visit with us. = .4- ■ U, f I 1 ' ' Imi i * M THE NEW f AMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Centef. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle morning edition op the pampa daily news VOL. 1, No. 237. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1931. PRICE FIVE CENTS SMALL WILL RUN FOR GOVERNOR TEXANS REVIEWS DATA FOR IMPEACHMENT OF MELLON STATE' WITNESSES' TESTi'MONY' CONFLICTS " IN" QlM TRiAL , „ - Oft a) THREE STRONG IT Of AnQRHEY valuable testimony ordered stricken from rec OEEFNSE MOTION LOST witnesses disagree about pistol used NEWKIRK, Okla., Sept. 28. (,T'( Revcrws lor the stale lin toe trial of Earl Qulnn. ex-convict charted with ibjini Jessie fend Zexia Griffith, attractive Black well school teachers, came In swift suc- rruion during final liorirs ol' to- da...

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

Vt I ys. Jg I'i f: : v- fe / ♦ PAGE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST Daily Cross-word Puzzle TUESDAY morning, SEPTEMBER 29, 1931. ) . CftOS M.cra'm ^"'covartn, U U la to win aw old •«dl * Ingln* voir* Intmlet Irloh expletive Bplo poem Made necessary Portions Bom of the arm Solution of yesterday's Puzzle |P|A[R T| Kentlve DeiUi u *t. t«. : tteriiy Maaculiue name Author of "Pablea In Slang" Civil engineer: abhr. Knitting (Uicli Diner Extended written exposition Couches Ceremony Lively <lanre Piece of rook Talking Idly Tablet Mora tenuous HE :!r tE- T;I N E T S T'A RS M. Kven: poet, r " . Monkey j6. Wheellean vehicles ii7. Sun of I'Aleg DOWN 1. Stroke gently 2. City In Okla- homa 8 Connote 4. Toward the *he|fereU tide f Juniper f> Stupid p#ri on 7. Hebrew letter *. Alienate 5>. Artificial « • '•rw ay in. vu%t 11. By mean* of 16. I>poult In a mail boa II. Filkworm 20. Tamarisk aalt tree 21. Difference between the solar and lunar years 22. Peelvr 24. Make* void; rare 2.1. Finished 21. ...

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

• TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRU BAPTIST CIRCLES PLAN THEIR 1932 BOOKS MONDAY ATTEND WHITE MUCH GRACE NECESSARY FOR LATEST MODE PROGRAMS ARE GIVEN IN VARIOUS HOMES OF PAMPA i Vrtr books for (he nest quarter ( were planned at meeting* of the ■" First Baptist W. M. S. circlet yes- terday In various homes. The books will be prepared by Mrs. J. Powell Wehrung, Mrs. P. Ewing Leech. and Mrs. L. II. Greene and will be dltsributed at the general business meeting next Monday afternoon. flans also were made for a num- ber of members lo attend the work- ers conference ol the Palo Duro as- sociation today in White Deer. At a meeting ol circle 1 in the home of Mrs. Dan Mcintosh, Mis. Wehrung was elected mission chair- man to take the place ol Mrs. T. W. Jamison, who resigned. Mrs. P. E. Hoffman, general presi- dent of the W. M. S., was a special gue;t for the occasion. Others at- tending were Mesdames J. T. Mor- row, Jack Neeve.s, Ova White. T. W. Jamison, C. L...

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

PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1 3I. r* ■* ■h J SOUTHERN METHODIST AERIAL CIRCUS TO BE POWERFUL ninnmnrnnr ?MORE SEATS FOR AMARILLO Mitaouri Tigers In - PTIDP PUIW" CPUUIIIT lllfl OHM IfllV IIIIT GAME SECURED BY SCHOOL PASSING TO BE OF MUSTANGS HAMMON AND MASON WILL BE BACK IN LINEUP Six hundred additional seats have been secured by the high school ath- letic committee for the Harvestcr- Amarillo football game at Harvester park Oct. 17. The seats were secured from Sheriff Lon L. Blanket, who has them stored at LeFors. They j were used lor the LeFors rodeo. They I are ten rows high. I The committee is trying to secure j several thousand seats from the Am- arillo Trl-State Fair association. If the Amarlllo bleachers are not avail- able, Memphis has a number of stands. Reserve seats lor both the Ama- rlllo game and the game between the Harvesters and the Wichita Red- skins will go on sale Thursday morning. Jcc Smith will handle all ticket sales at his offic...

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

TUESDAY MORNING, Siil'TEMIJlill 2*>, 1U3J. PAMPA MORNiNCi POST PAGE FIVE 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 VOI R WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" arc cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Towri advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to clasoiiy 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 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 for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advei Using. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. C...

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

h t % \ <is PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2ft, 1931. r IftomlDg Edition of the ramps D*tty News THE PAMPA MORNING POST IIKMBm OP th* ASSOCIATED PRESS-PuU Leased Win ^MlahM mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampa. Texai DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOB) BRA8IIEARS OUN B. H1NKLE.. General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor ertlslng Manager R. POND Advertising Ilia Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to ttie use tor publication of all mws dbpalches credited to or not otherwise credited in this Bn and also the local news published herein. 411 rights for re- Ucation ot special dlspstctiiw herein also are reserved. Entered as second-clasx matter October 1. 1M0 at the post office at (•ampa, Texas under tin Act of March a. IMI. HOUSTON GIRL SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier la Paatpa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNTNQ POST In Combination with THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month (News...

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

fX- i c >:> ' •••;"* UVO '• GOOD MOKNINQt—Governor Sterling apparently has done what Dan 3foody tried lowl and unsuccessfully to do—he's found a really "navigable" stpeatn* £/V ' V A ^ M m *V - m If ,, _ _ _. J "'!t':|)'1I|if ' THE NEW PAMPA ^ m m -m mm .m m m. m. spwm Fastest GrowingCity in Texas; Panhandle 0)1 Wheat Center. ■WWWf" vvvt" "*vr wfiajf uppuv *w www u/riu i/ur ««in#«i|f irircf ivfty w#ioifvtro« m(jf iv uu—rev o Ijlllrcll u rriiity #CC#i/ PAMPA MORNING POST VOL 1, No. 236. (Full AP Leased Wire) Serving Pampa and Northea&irn Panhandle ' PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TWUa, WEDWESPAV MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30. 1—1. (4 Pages) MORNING EDITION . , ;• OF TUB , PAMPA DAILY NEWS ■ i 'ii i !!.;■. 'i.a Amarllleans are (tlUac nervous •boat the Pomp* game October 17. Lik« small boys wblitllu Ip Uie dark, they are telling tUprim and all others who will* Hp ten or read that It [will be a chph. LEADERS SAY HOOVER NOMINATION IS ♦ ♦♦ ##* ELY SAYS LAW WILL Drank With The truth Is that Tac% wo...

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

PAGE TWO PAMPA MORW1N' POST DIANA DANE ITtatmn R«t- awlla* h> 0. a. nw Offlc* > (haul* Milt you to a T. Mora than tui.LT at tba word* In It (tort Wltb that Utter! Solution of Ytit«rdjy' Puxil* Ik BMtmmt In tha Twklab i ft ttM —■to Bunmii r fneb Pbw at , Head M«wrinL , Pmi : tr**t Whig fiaorn'i M i rxvtc* lor II rant .. , tilH 41 , cblMraar* « jpim* la. , nftit on « turn « , At nny ~ Ban bum * ■ ; Afttrmatl** W i f. Qard*a plot «. Titter . Chief If on* (04 10. Tailing Ulaa U. Typ* aquara* It. Short Jackal It. Hooflna aw* (trial II Dm* hoto tt. Moueiaia H MMMWUIIMtU Cafiii Ocud-b] WocllKa thr* tfcleUn«fie* L'oa offlor F"n iun Afi'-lon* fI .v BOiV/ Kjf Xja Lr iS fak b chalf IHUIcal <v««dt Toward th« '•/.fit ered aid* urpllei a ilotiy ooV' •ring 1% fkuct . aid tin* pbntorrapba *- V ••• up: OO'JOQ. 3S. >1*0 31. Jailor 31 Color quality 37. Concta* ill:. Small pit* 49 l.i. rK' tuba 4L Pronoun 41. Ardor 44. "AUld Ul| 411. Rpocb 40. Thro*: prafls 47. City in Holland r. i* 31 ts 2...

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