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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 October 1931

i 1. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREt SCORES OF NORTH PLANS CLUBS BEGIN ACTIVITIES UNION SFRVICE TO IE HELD THANKSGIVING WHEN GUESTS COME TO DINE VERY ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS NOW UNI)E WAY IN PANHANDLE " Scores of North Plains, clubs mui Pnrcnt-Tcachcr associations have brtiun in earnest their programs ol work and play for this year. The annual Parent-Teacher asso- ciation membership drive has be- iiun in Panhandle. Another annual event — a recep- tion for leathers ol Panhandle — was given by the Parent-Teacher association last Thursday at the high school. Following a program of talks and music, the guests joined in games at the gymnasium. Punch and wafers were served. The regular meeting ol the Par- ent-Teacher association has been unnount'cd for next Thursday. Mrs. Charles Russ was hostess .it n rcccnt meeting of the Friendship attending a meeting of preachers in All local churches are being asked lo cooperate in I he union service to be held eit...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 October 1931

! *• 1 I PACE POUR ~ PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY, MORNING,,OCTOBER 13, 1931. E rr n i I: B P B r F c K t rA F> nl: K P IV B F P f H F 1! V d V 1 V h V P V K z «• p p i e 1 ?! I i SHARKEY WHIPS AMBLING ALP TO FRAZZLE IN DECISION fiDBBY TFLLS WHY i BRUSHING UP ON SPORTS HE USED DERRINGER By Laufer ONE OP BEST FIGHTS SINCE JACK LOST TO GENE By EDWARD J. NEIL Alkylated Press Spurt* Writer. EBBETS FIELD. BROOKLYN. N. Y., Oct 12. </P>—The myth of Prltno Camera's invincibility was blasted wide tonicht by Jack Sharkey, the stormy petrel of the heavyweight lists, in one of the greatest 15-round duels the faith- ful have teen since the last of the Tuiutey-Dempsey storm scenes In Cliicaffo four years ago. " While .30,000 chilled .spectators muffled lo overcoats roared from the stands and benches of the Nu- tlohal league ball yard, Sharkey came back lo smush his way lo a one-sided decision as he plastered the giant with every bit of fistic punishment one inun can inflict on another. He ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 October 1931

1UFSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 13, 1931 PAMPA MORNING POST PACE FIVE Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads arc strictly cash and are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is ^o be paid when our collector calls. 666 or 667 PHONE YOUR WAlSfl AD TO Our courteous ad-Jtilter will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed," "Lost and Found" 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 given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission 1q advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such adveitlsing. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 13 October 1931

« 4 9 I < !> i. Li' ■> At | j PACKIK PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1931. Morning Edition of the Pampa Daily Newa THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OF THE ABSOqiATED PRESS—Pull Lnurd Wire ■uhllahed mornings excrpt Sunday and Monday by tha Nunn-Wanan Publishing company, 322 West Fohtcr. Pampa. Texas. j DAVID M. WARREN R. 8. (BOn> BRA8HKAIIS. .. OL1N E. IilNKLE PHILIP R. POND General Manager BuHlnnsK Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Associated Proas Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of «ll news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication or special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered nt second-class matter October 1. 1030 at the post office at Pampa, Texas under the Act of March 3. 1871. SIJRMTRfPTION RATES By Carrier In Pampa SUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNING PO.TT In Combination with THE PAMPA DAH.Y NEWS. Morning, Evening and S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

> -'V. $|pf GOOD MORNING—4s a fitting prelude to the Harvestcr-Saudic encounter, we think nothing would he better than a tussle between toeal and Amarillo downtown "coaches**. "Vw • {. • 111 mM >mf v \ THE NEW I'AMl'A Fastest (Jrowing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST r Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 9. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1931. (fi Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS \ 1 ■n 11 0 PRICE CHARGES NOT SUSTAINED i> GOV. STERLING DEFIES FEDERAL COURT INJUNCTION TYLER JUDGE TO BE OPENED • GOVERNOR SAYS COURT CANNOT EN.FOIN t * 4 I V . MARTIAL LAW WOLTERSIS INSTRUCTED "THEY WILL NOT OPEN WELLS," STERLING DECLARES AI'STIN, Oct. IX (/I'i—.Governor Koss S. Sterling said tonight lie had instructed Brig. Gen. Jacob. K. Wollrrs, commandant of the Kast Texas martial law dintrlet, to take his orders only from I lie governor of Texas. The governor .s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

PAGE TWO I'AMi'A MORNING I'OST i 1 f P EI Acnotk T Smt'i roaatf Daily Cross-word Puzzle DIANA DANE Trt'V i'k lli-ff AMili' l r 1 H. Patent U'lU Ultimatum VVI-". DIVE.3D AY MORNING, OTOBER 14, 193] by Don Flowers So'utun oi V*at*roa>' rw*zle •aoa 13. A« 14. 1. icn u*e J5. #uU u« putt i* • 17. ' •a m •• ttv J9. r o ei. Vti..UfcU« |) Mrt 8o-.u«'. ,< p«ru y. - Fatttar arljr !£9 T i^.O- ;Ki€i>]tiA ifej !A~L CjM ®. !N'H I hy !"•« J c S'SMd A R 11. ftor.oi u. - - -—.—— S3. Angry £pr>odcd Lki"— r«c5 ft. Babylonian it F..M public d lty r.jt!- i 11 Tropical frulU If.v. sj. uni who M. stari x« make« thread • vfrcsn 40. Kr.a^li i4. .\octiunal MM 41. After" one of it. a.t c..-ib. an odu fi. u V. **kf up i.". Onater ,w<:rpui. J a:niv.int 7 tlimlltic tabnc 5, Article of apparel to be team < IM bU pa;' «alarlea d U t'U polnta ^ ■ THERE'S PWVLLIJ'S \ \jMOTWBB, NOV DON'T POI2- \ \Cet( vou can v^obk, x senders if you ! ' USE DIPLOMACV , A>VRlCHT. \ | I DONT SHOVE MS.' |i Oraat MUM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

0 WEDNESDAY MORNING, OTOBER 14, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREt NEW CULTURE GROUP HAS FEDERATION APPLICATION # * •* * * * * Y- tf * * * * Old-Time Singing Will Be rvi Sponsored By Merten Parents and Teachers DELEGATE FOR MEETING IS HELD IN BELLAMY HOME ON TUESDAY B Y /• FR£UVAN LINCOLN The now Twentieth Century Culture dull <if Painpa lias lieen affiliated with the Texas Federa- tion of Women's clubs, atTorilins ir h letter from Mrs. J. I.. Young, first vicc-prcsidcnt of the state organization, ana ,is ciiginte to send n delegate to the state meet- ing which is to lie held in Lub- bock Nov. U-12. Inclusive. Mrs. Will R. Saunders, secretary, read the letter at n meeting ol the Jocal club Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. R. M. Bellamy, 618 N. West street. It was decided to send n delegate to the gathering, that delegate to be elected the next meeting, which will be held In the home of Mrs. Roy Vaughan. The club collect was read in open- ing the meeting. The resignation of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

'Y.\ PAGE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1931. P S ! a g - if 8 p« in "I A w st I es w he C8 £c th ai P- bi m tc lo tl a in af a'r h b a c 8 it * y b J' u I t t \ t t t i I 1 > TEXAS TECH HOLDS GREAT HASKELL TEAM TO TOICHDOWN 'H REDSKINS BEAT KANSAS UNIVERSITY 7-0 RECENTLY By BILL PAJtKKR Auwlutcd Press Spurts Wrier. I)AI,I..VS. Oct, IX ill') — THere wAi no (iuit for the Redakliui to bile here today, ko the Haskell In- stitute Indians of Lawrence, Kans., made the palefaces lilt the mud with an 8 to 0 gridiron vic- tory. Playing their Interactional same on a rain drenched field and during a steady downpour, the Indians un- reeled a powerful defensive name lhat constantly smothered Texas Tech's offense. A safety on a fumble behind the «oal line in the first period and a touchdown in the third period gave the Kansas Indians their Victory, i The game was marred by fumbles,, and erratic snap-backs due to u water soaked football. The Indians, employing power pla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTORF.R M, 1931 P\Mi\\ MORNtNO f'O.'T PAGE FIVE II. I.. RAM SKY BUILDERS of PAMPA 1 he progress and development of any city is the result of the en- ergy and effort of the business men and firms who make it «P. The businesses listed on this page are permanent institutions, and have contributed much to the upbuilding of Pampa. This page will appear in the News-Post once each week and will contain something new and interesting each time .A study of its stories will give a new knowledge o^" the reasons for the individual successes. Help these- merchants in their progressive program. . L. Ramsey Is Helping Build a Better Pampa LET'S BOOST PAMPA ALL THE TIME Pampa Printing Company Now Largest Commercial Printing Office in Pampa OUR NEW HOME, 115 NORTH FROST STREET Established December, 1930 By giving the people of Pampa and this community a superior grade of print* ing at prices that have always been in line with other things, the Pampa Printing company has grown rapi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 14 October 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, OTOBER 14, 1931. t (■ 1 \\ ■I* *) r I i I t<, jf ■ft?! Morning Mitton of the Pampa Qally Mam ✓ THE PAMPA MORNING POST - -WHBW OF TOT ASSOCIATED PRESS-Pull Uued H (■ubllahed morntnH except Sunday and Monday by (he Nunn Publish lug company, 333 Wc*t Foster, PAmpaTTcxa*. Wire Warren DAVID M. WARREN R. & (BOB) BR AS HE A OS. OLIN B. HINKLE mup R. POND General Manager ... .Business Manager Managing Editor ..Advertising Manager for publication credited In thlr tight* for re publication> of specialI dmpatchM Herein also are reserved. Jtotered aa aerand-claaa matter October 1, 1030 at the poet office at Pampa. Texas, under the Act Of March 3. Itlt. tf Olrrler In Paiiii ATM M •5* lion One Tear Mali! Pampa and Adjoining Oomtlea ear. (Mdming and Sunday> .7... ontha, (Morning * ~ and Sunday). By Mall Oitalde of Gray and Adjoining Catntlee (News and Post, Indudlng Sunday) with M JO 4.00 MS 7.00 9 WA WH aim a vDV| uuttiB Mimuisj . • • , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

GOOD MORNING—A while back Texan* were wondering whether Long was going to he governor of Texan an well a* Louisiana; now they wonder if he is governor of Louisiana THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City In Texas; Panhuiullo Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST ¥*'■ m W:" | VOL. II, No. 10, Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, CRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1931. (U Pages) MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS _r PRICE FIVE CENT1 RANGERS DEFY FEDERAL ORDERS ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ • • ♦ ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ • • ♦ ♦ • • ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ * ♦ « ♦ ♦ • + + 9 ♦ ♦ ♦ • HUNG JURY IN YARBERRY MURDER CASE Hil > ii GRID VISITORS M BANDS A UK TO I .RAD PARADE FROM STATION | DALLY HERE ON FRIDAY $ COURTESY CARS WIN. CARRY THRONG TO FIELD Amarilio fans arriving on their rpeclul train Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock will be grepted by n Board of City Development delegation, the Central high school bond, the Green Jackets (girls' pep squad), and many citizens. The Amaril...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

Pi'' FAOt TWO I* AM PA MORNINC. PflST UU.JK.SDAY MORNINU UCTOBLR 1 , IP.1I. Daily Cross-word Puzzle *r«o«8 1. Cured tk'cha rt Act* I. Puk •>! the Solution of Y« t#rday'a Puzzlo •< t#«r Hmb 11 I'rwt'l : r plibl'.'Jitlon i|. liordtr «n II fraatuaa ■mor •« uialan smrcn romnn ranwi □rara uoran fianranD cms □nnnhunnn ran aopinnS nenra unn booh uuru nnnn anngnnn ann HfiH niacin uranouu Ik. Mock IT. Render free from patho- f nlc bac- □□□□□ran □□□□ □non □□ran IeIo!Y't!s Tlkll m 11 vfoitn water 11. Ttnny>onlan character II. Structure where (ond> are atored it. Conjunct loa " Covered nafnn mountain far lum 40. Corered 44. !x>*t bright- ness 47. Another time 41. Declare &0. Curknolike bird SI. Till# (4. Unit of weight bS ()n M Smooth 17 Pemnle sheep fc*. Vocal rompo anion S) Htltches DOWN 1. S^nfd fig* 2 American humorist 3 UnmirrlwJ woman'# ti(i< 4 Cnmponcnl of the union s Tal® * r.nrourage 7 Set 44 4.V e 50 And, in lefttln and French Op*n court Harvest 6?S«i feet Ka ah ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE PRESIDENT OF SPAIN RESIGNS PROMPTED BY INTENSE, FEELING AGAINST CATHOLICS | B.v A. E STI NT/ Associated,Frets Staff Writer. MADRID, Oct. 14. <>P1—Nicelo Al- cala Zamora, who has served as pro- visional president of Spam since the ousting of King Alfonau VIII six months ago, resigned will his cab- inet tcday and was succeeded with- in a few hours b.v Manuel Azana, his minister of war. The formal transfer of power will take placc at noon tomorrow. Ai the same time, the new cabinet, which, with two exceptions, is the same as Alcala Zamora's will bo sworn in. The shift in government resulted from the measures restricting roli- Bicus orders that have been incul- cated by the assembly in the con- stitution under which republican Spain will be governed, and it was accompanicd by spectacular street demonstrations. Bands of communists and anti- clericals roamed the streets oi Mad- rid tonight, singing the "Red Flag" Pmd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

1 PACE POUR pampa morning post THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1931. powell. hill. schmidt on harvester injured list GIANT RALLY TO BE HELD FRIDAY GIVE if TO TUPERING OFF SUBS BEING BROKE FOR BOTH GUARD POSITIONS IN Every Harrttttr ixxAUrr in P. m- pa invited Uj ua.nfr on in* lilfh rimp'Jk fT;diy evening at 7 30 lor a big j*t rally prep*r torj to Use AiruriHc-Pamptt loottoil tjafiie Saturday TTir high uttool Uaiid will pit) 1 the pep vQuad kWI ;<-*d irt yelU. Ihej llunettet lix/ball players will br prrsent. ar.d sevi-rsl spmltrri will Klve short snappy talk* THIS CURIOUS WORLD tit* turrnfrr imhOui mium w*ul Ummfh its lait hard arrim- inrngt yr+Uri*y afternoon and will tpntd the rut of the week loiuit- in* around the field brwxhtnc "M un ptMM, and Uadyinc titer* to be u*ed acaiwt the Am- juriilo Handles Saturday after- 'llie iiard hCrimmagMs ol this week lidded two more injuries to ihe team Phillip Powell, guard and Je** Pa turn, end. sulfered badly wefich'-d knees Tuesday attemoon ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1S31. PAMPA MORNING POST page five; r to. fat at & T* I | ♦ 1 i D D t D ! t • t "Medicine Show" Is Feature Of High School Pep Meeting On Wednesday PILLS TO HDD PINS AftR AWARDED TO HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS A "mcdlclne show,' with Kdmoii'l Whlttenbtnu us Dr. Popper, opened a pep program Wednesday inoriiliu', ni Hit? local high school. •Mi*, "doctor" introduced his fa- mous "pep pills," which were; ulVQli' to members of the pep squad, the I bund, and the football teum. TusU-1 in'-ny of the effectiveness of the I "doctor's" products were «iven by! these ornani'/fitlons mid by Dorothy IJoucette, Joe Kahl, W. O. Work- man. Wallace O'lCeete, Coach Otitis i Mitchell, Hay Chasldjn, Malcolm I dorr, J- I" Lester, and Snpi It. I!.' Plsliei. After Mr. Fisher's testimonial, the entire student body joined in sine- inn pear Old Pampu tl.iyh School mid in diving yells for the football game with Amarillo Saturday. Several popular sonBs were sunn by uouleene Conklin and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1931. Morning Edition of the Parop* Dally Newt THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leued Wire •ubUshad mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 322 West Foster, Pampa, tcxm. General Manager Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager DAVID M. WARREN R. S. (BOB) BR AS HE ARB... OUN E. HINKbE PHILIP R. POND ? • Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In thia paper and alao the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered an second-class matter October 1. 1030 at the post offloe at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1870. -is# SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier in Pampa IIPTION to the PAMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. )ne Month (News and Post) .86 week, (News a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOUl i'.Kll. 71k 'M JBY FREEMAN LINCOLN PYXOPSI&: "I'm rich I" Fourth Alilersea frclainis. telliua hi* step, miuohter Sam Sherrill that his in- trillion lias pro veil successful, Sam believes It worthless, and charges Fourth with tall Inn money to pro. mole It from Suftint* Frye, u-ho i« interested In him. Sam it ac. tually head of the family, for her mother willed her complete charge ot finances and property after Fourth rcduccd the family to poverty by ti'iu Investments. Feel- hill herself responsible for the fnmllu'e uncial and financial trou- bles. &'(/ has become engaged to ,"'10k Abbott. Peak Is an attractive vnunn millionaire, but Sam pre* fees Freddy Stuiison whom she hail intended to • <!>ry. Fourth has used his 11 e w I y acquired money to evict his son Nelson fltirt Xrlson's wile, their former maid, from the house, by providing an apartment for them. Indignant at Sam's suspicion about the money. Fourth throws Sam a paper and read It uives...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 15 October 1931

PACE EIGHT PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1S, 1931. \ t4* fj i.| LOW- (Continued From Past >' tttwui Broussard. who supporting htm lu hi* claim to the uoveriior- ."hlp. Cyr Mid lie might mmr to Hulon lurly ctlemivf to Mr. Puenkrl. De- an*wtr thf bramudoelo propaganda which daily exudrs from Tartt'n col- umn. It geis "his goat." he declaml. to iwd tt every day a statement by lack tlvit Anianllo utiitlit to b<at funipa null the help at White Deer ibecaiiM? of Enoch*' and Boruer 'bee*u.nt of LaB*i'g<>. wn-s particu- Ruuge tomorrow. WHO'S WIIO IK Pt'/ZLK NBW oklkans, Oct 14. * - With Lieutenant Governor Paul N. Cyr having said, snirp iakin« the Outh of governor, tie no Ioiikim aIU officiate as head of the Mate , r- dr.n board, the late of three n«-gn* who have filed pleas for clemency from convictions to hang were in «he oaluiice. 'IVo negroes are under sentence to hang Friday and another c scheduled to be hanged Monday I-awrencf* Bauer, secretary i ( ihr rlart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

• GOOD'MORNING- Scarf ace Al is clever alt right, hut it in unbelievable that twelve men could he found who would believe race tra ck hookies got to him'for $$75JM0. j —— ^ THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. II, No. 11. (Full AH Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1931. (6 Page#) PRICE FIVE CENTS JAPAN ASKED TO CHANGE POLICY CASE AGAINST PUBLIC ENEMY TO GO TO JURY TODAY DEFENSEENOS PACIFIC CONQUERORS MEET FLIERS'WHO FAILED TALKS START 1'. S. ATTORNEY TAKES JURORS ON 'TRIP1 TO FLORIDA MOTIONS OVER RULED DEFENSE LAWYERS END LONG ARGUMENTS TODAY FI.DFRA1. BUILDING. CHI- 1 AGO, Oct. 15. 14')—The tmted Maim government began today the final step In its three-year battle—the most far reached war ever Maxell against siii underworld character—to put Al C'apone he- hlnd prison bars through convh- tlou on Ini'oine ta*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

i * I hi PAGE TWO fAMPA Mor.WI^C, ro.Tl IHfllAY IW'JKNINU, OCTOBER 16, 1031. % by Don Flower? Daily Cross-word Puzzle ACROSS L Twltohln* 4 TaWetanU il WA, language II. ImlUtor 14. Toward the •heltertU nl'le Solution of Vesterday'* Punle jtns ft far. «t l 'lne earthen- ware bark iwm II. Ibeen rhar* aster >1. Fra«rant ointment of. the anelentt It. Northernmo.t riolnt of tli* ale of Man St. Air: comb, form A Hawaiian food It. Convey.' legally PIMBTHIR naFtiTo E ft EiNiE.R SI. WAl 14. n*u 15. Mot Conveyed " ,w 43. Wa*tret _nderlnf 47. llama rked jttlna animal upon ountaln in 4*. Aneor California ST. Ood of war II Cltroua fruit S9. Lnn« narow Inlit 40. Rob no. Vocal aolo 51. Medicinal plant 52. "No" In the n" i nolle?* 5T Xrtnrm bi. Willing : n« I e • • • f 1 * • r t *• .'•"t A« rlf« riu lluid DOWN 1. Ito X. UVhont em- ptovmcnt 3 leilii'tlM. A. Tr*o u poem I « IM.i. 1U 7. IJ« w N. Blanched . VVInu* 10. American jo'ii 11 a Ii • t an I diplomat 11. Dacades 17. MlatAke 19. Secondhand 21....

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