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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER = FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934 Sequin News Runge News Mr*. Lena Jackson (pent the week-ond with her mother. Mr. Ben Bryant spent the week in Sr. Mission entertained with short program Sunday right. A party was given for Mr?. Lena Rev. C. D. Knight of New Biaun- ft-U preached two noble sermons Sunday at Second Baptist at the ab- sence of the pastor, who it conduct- ing a revival in Edna. Mr. Charlie Battle passed away at Houiton Tuesday and interment will be made there. Misi Florence Hunter of New Hraunfen it house guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Toney. Mrs. Liazie Filinorc and Kin, Chas. Fields, are in the city attending the funeral of their mother and grand- Kridliy ni ht. Mr< A|g mother, Mrs. Horace Snrnh. ,nd K,drWfe ^ Elm# Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Fri lay motor and Kllen Sullivan, Milton and Ev. ed to Dale where ho delivered th. ereW Campbell, Mr. Earvin Book- graduating address April 27. Thi er, Lawrence Fields and Sanford fuioral of Mr. Elijah Williams was Ransom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

r FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World ■till reliable at short while Mor Kan gives us a third baseman that is just as good as Clift. Mazzera is hit- ting harder than Crosley, while Purdy, Bctten- court and Heath are not going back by any Our San Antonio Minions are •tarting the season with a better winning streak than last year. With Morgan and Connaly, our infield is set. Connaly has made everyone forget Bejma. Stanton gives us the necessary hitting as well as fielding on first base. Kngle is means. In our judgment another good pitcher or two would really put us in the money again this year. I fear that when the dog days of July arrive that our pitch- ing staff won't hold up. Hillen, Wiltse and Miller are alright but I doubt the rest of them. One thing the Padres have plenty of fight. Wtienas the three last games with Beaumont that were pull«d out of the fire. Keep batting, Missions. • . • Metcalfe showed his ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

J I'AGE FOUR SAN ANTON TO RFJIRTPR FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Outdoors is Calling PUtLISHCD FRIDAY Or CACH WICK V THE REOISTER PUBLI MINO COMPANY office «o*s i commerce st. Phone cathiokal itii-p o aox 37* SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS —— "" (NTtfUO Aft mcono-CLASS MATTt* MAY 9 <•*!. AT THI OST © FICt AT SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS UNOI ACT OF M «CM 3 l 7 AOVt«TlSING *" RATES FURNISHED on REQUEST SUSSCR RTION RATES I YEAR SI 00. • months st 19; Single copy <. «•> NATIONAL AOVIRTISING REPRESENTATIVES W ■ ZIFF CO . CHICAGO. «- NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND LA50* GOLD COAST AFRICA. VALMO C. BELLINGER I- JOSEPHINE O. CRAWKORD t JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES rr J. W. Holland W. L. WALKER President-Treaaurer Secretary-General Manager Editor -.Advertising Manager Contributing Kditor __Contributing Editor ALL NEWS matter SHOULD be in OUR OFFICE Y WEDNESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN current issue NEWS ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934. Mrs. Myrtle Akridjre Asks New Trial SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FrVF- Chicago.—(ANP) — Counsel for Mri. Myrtle Akrldge, convicted two weeks ago by a jury for the murder of her husband, Thomas B. Akridge, Jr., a letter carrier, and whose puniihmeot waa aet at 14 yearn in the penitentiary, will argue a mo- tion for a new trial for the woman on April 28, according U> an an- nouncement by Euclid L. Taylor and Sidney A. Jonea. Business l)irector\ American Giants Split Games with Caulfields WASHINGTON MAY HAVE ,,RA,SHEAM Teams colored men have been proposed for .the position as one of three boxing New Orleans, !.*.—(ANP) —The , j ,hort, ^ American Giants split with the , . . A , Caulfield Ads here todav by win- pointed. They are W. Ernest Jarv>s, n>*«tl«Ua n> DAkaai Dm A m.am NEGRO BOXING COMMISSIONER „ . . . Medley relay—Won by Wiley Washington.— (ANP) — Three | District of Columbia has passed (p„ri . Spillets EIHrldgi Noble- both Houses of Congress and l e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

I AGE sre SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1934 X Clubs Bg Personals QHmh Intfihttion <§C2>. HSOMMERS WAGNERS SPECIALS Star Values, Fri. Thru Mon., May 7 ASPIRIN TABLETS, Bayer's 25c Size 12c 26c Pyrex . 60c Flit, pint 75c Dextri M lto*e_ 40c Lapactic Pills 36c Zino Corn Pads 17c 37c 57c 27c _ 29c BARBASOL, 50c Size 34c 76c Fitch D. R. Shampoo. 1.00 Lactogen 30c Bromo Quinine Tabs 76c Doan's Kidney Pills 50c Yeast Foam Tabs . 57c . 72c _21c . 67c 37c BOST TOOTH PASTE. 50c SIZE ...29c I.00 Prophylactic Hair Brush- 50c Pebeca Tooth Past* II.00 Squibb's Adex Tabs $1.00 Kurlash $1.50 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound— 79c 39c 89c 87c _ $1.09' GILLETTE Gold Plated Razor, 5 Blue Blades, all..49c 35c Revelation Tooth Powder. fiOc Sal Hepatica 40c Pluto Water 40c Squibb's Shaving Cream. _26c _49c . 33c . 36c WITCH HAZEL, 75c. QUART. 47c 35c Energine 59c VVatkins Muls. Shampoo. 30c Bromo Seltzer 75c Enos Fruit Salt- 60c California Syrup Figs _24c _ 37c _ 24c _ 67c _.42c CHINESE GROCER FI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

r mm i i ■ • FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1984. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fAGK SEVEN I 4 I Greater Wide Awake Club The club met Sunday with Mill Helen Green as hoiteo. After *11 business matters were carefully at- tended to the aoclal hoot began. The table wa* beautifully laid for a buffet luncheon. The room* were attractively decorated in a profu- aion of iprlng blossom* and green- •ry with pink roiei predominating. Several clubs, and Messrs. Robert Taylor, Culbertson, Taylor and Galnta were gueiti. First Baptist Y AV. A. The Y. W. A. entertained with a social on Monday night at the home of Mr . Emily Spears honoring Miss Verlin Hall, bride-tlect, and Mrs. Wesley Brown who was be- fore her marriage on Thursday, April 26, Min Frankie Hodgci. Delicious cake and punch were served. Twenty-five guests were present. Monday Evening Charity Organization The program committee of the •rganixation and the Deacon Board cf Greater Mt Olive Baptist Church rendered a program for the first anniveriary of Rev. J. N. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 4 May 1934

v kit' PAGE EIGHT 8 A N ANTONIO REGISTER rKIDAY, MAY 4, 10W jz mm skin. Demand * SKIN-SUCCESS WHITENS SKIN SKIN-SUCCESS HEMS SKIN SKIN-SUCCESS BEAUTIFIES SKIN Gi* your complexion that beautiful lightneit, imoottintii and v«lv«ty-feel that th« original, genuine Skin-Succeis Ointment givet Be >ure to get the genuine guaranteed Palmer'l Skin-Succ.it -tH. world'i belt for 92 yean. All drug itoret. Raults ortnught PALMERS SKIN-SUCCESS — ^ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (.'or. S. H«ckb*rry A Nchr *k« Kfv. R. J. Jordan. I'ctor The Annual Wom«n' Day pro- gram, which ha b««n in prngre*i for th past three nights culmi- nated Sunday, w bration (or the year. The entire service* were conducted by the wo- men save the Sunday mort.ing ser- mon which was delivered by the pastor. The first branch of the service, the Sunday School, was conducted by Mrs. L. Thompson, as- sistant superintendent for the day. The school was reviewed by Miss F. E. Brown. At the eleven o'clock services the choir came on for honor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

4 Saw Ajvtotstio Register J4MA RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS *i oo our pa of VOfc. IV.—No. 5 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1934 5c FKK COP* CHURCH HOLDS LARGE SESSION Colored Ooy —SL Wins College $2,200 f r p«>«i Contest Youthful Prexy St. Paul, Minn.—(ANP) — John A. Cobb, a student at Western Re- serve University, Cleveland, Ohio, won the grand oratorical cham- pionship from a field of contestants representing five of the great mid- dle western universities here Sat- urday night at the University of Minnesota. The subject upon which Cobb spoke was "Three Score Years and Ten." Second place went to Seymour Simon, white, of Northwestern Uni- versity, Chicago. The other schools represented were the Universities of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. Young Cobb it a native of Cleve- land, Giiio. Savannah, Ga.—(ANP) — The City Council here voted (2,200 last week as an additional appropria- tion toward the erection of a swim- ming pool and recreational center here. A number of prominent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

KAC.E TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Tavlor News Beasley and Senora Allen gave a party at the home of Miss Fannie Beanloy. The party was In honor of Mary Beaiiley. The graduates and faculty of Beeville Hi were Church services during Sunday ■t the various churches were good Md largely attended. Rev. Rogers I erved ice cream and cake Thur - of Elgin being present In the Sun- day by the W. H. M. Society and dfcy School and preaching in the i i.adies Aid of Jones Chapel. Mr. morning service. A. C. E. League | l. e. Askey. Dean Hawkins and / otkbari New) a) six thirty. Visitors three. Night laeoeage by Pastor Morgan. Mt. Oflvary is still moving forward un. the new pastor, Rev. J. E. Johnson. The Belt quartette aing- #r gave a splendid program May T. Mt. Aria la atill In action. The B&me Department, Mrs. Mamie SMdrick*. president, was enter- Mined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson, May 3. 'Mm. R. E. Mackey is a regular nbscriber of the Register. ,r'jliaa Sophia Wayne was the guest at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

FRIDAY. MAY 11, 1934. SAN'ANTONTO REGISTER PAGE THREE School News Gleanings From the Sports World Engle's hitting is woefully weak to far this season as is Mazzera's. ________ If their hitting does not im- prove, the St. Louis Browns should send us help and that rapidly. We had a chance at Tuesday's game but with the bases "drunk" Mazzera struck out. He isn't tven batting 200. That's far too low for an outfielder. Give us help. Our pitching staff needs bol- •tering. In our opinion, Hillin is a good relief pitcher, Wiltse, Miller and Caldwell are all right, but we need at least one more pitcher. The hitting in the American League is heavier than we have noticed in years. Reynolds of the Boston Red Sox is hitting the ball at a terrific clip. The National League pitchers must be bearing down more than those in the Amer- ican League, for the league players are batting at a more normal rate. Of course, luck plays its part in hitting and Reynolds has had his share of bad luck, so it's tim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN AVTONTft KFvMSTFR FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1M4 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Up to His Neck PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK BY THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE 0O8H E COMMERCE ST. PHONE CATHEDRAL 1711-P O OX 372 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ■ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAY 5 1931 AT THE ROST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3 107 ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES I YEAR 12.00. • MONTHS. SI.28. SINGLE COPY 9c NATIONAL ADVERTISING RERRESENTATIVES W R ZIFF CO CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHISTE* KANSAS CITY AND LAGOS fife GOLD COAST. AFRICA. VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES J. W. Hoilsftd W. L. WALKER President-Treasurer Secretary-General Manager — Editor —Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WCDNESOAY NOON TO APPEAR in CURRENT ISSUE news MATTER MUST BC PLAINLY WRIT- TEN A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

FRTTMY, MAY 11, 1034. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rAGE nvr N.A.A.C.P. to Stage Big Barn Frolic on Thursday May 17 The entertainment committee of the N. A. A. C. P. announce an old- time "barn dance" at the Recrea- tion Center Thursday night, May 17th. You will have the merrieit time of your life. The world lovea the informality of a country frolic. That'* ju*t what you will be, a part ef it if you come out next Thursday night. The hay will be there, the lanterns will be there, you and I will be there dressed in our ging- ham dresses and overalls, carrying our lunches with us and drinking our red lemonade. Whole families will be there. People will come from all neighboring colonies in buggies and Fords. Please leave your dignity at home and come and make merry with us. The mu- sic is a special grand treat and while you. grandma and I will be doing the "square dance" the sweet young things may glide in their most modern way. Now, don't you forget. Cause you'll never forgive yourself for miss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

. * . • «% r age srs san anton'to rec.trter FRIDAY. MAY 11, 1934 Personals K K • H Silver " -■>. Q/km^ntfilutiM- hSOMMERS mONERS SPECIALS SPECIALS for friday, saturday & monday 50c LUXOR face powder (Perfume Free)....37c t- Listerine, largest size 59c Me Vicki Salve 21c fl.00 Pepsodent Antiseptic Tic 80c Phillips Milk of Magnesia 36o soe Mentholatum 1.00 nujol 69c 50c Baby Percy 25c Anacin Tablets . 75c Veraieptol 75c Pazo Ointment . 25c N. R. Tablets _ 36c 17c 57c 57c 17c 25c elkay's white shoe polish. 21c $1.10 Peruna 87c 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush- $1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic $1.00 Lactogen 25c Puretest Zinc Stearato. .39c ..69c _72c .17c 25c thedford's black draught 15c 35c Bayers Aspirin Tabs 22c 25c B. F. I. Powder 60c Sal Hepatica 50c Pacquin Hand Cream 75c Best made Hair Brush _21c ..49c _37c .49c SOc BISODOI 42c Latest for Spring Wear A Silver Tea was sponsored it 301 North Pine Sunday by Club No. 4 of Jacobs' Chapel, M. E. Church, for the benefit of the church. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REG 1ST E.. * = PAGE SEVEN TYPES IN FILMLAND Mills Brothers At The Empire W*rner Bros., in another timely and revealing production, "Twenty ^ Million Sweetheart!," now ihowinf at tha Empire Theatre, pictures the joyi and tribulation*, tha gla- mor and the romance, in the Uvea of radio entertainers as gathered from peeping behind the scenes. With Pat O'Brien cast in a part made to order for hi* unique abil- ities as a comedian, and Dick Pow- ell and Ginger Rogers, making mus- ical love throughout the action of the fast moving and hilariously funny comedy, with the Four Mills Brothers, the Three Radio Rogues, and Ted Flo Rito's orchestra, and a remarkably capable cast In the supporting roles, "20 Million Sweethearts" will undoubtedly take its place nn one of the outstanding Underwood and tell in her own j h'ts °f words all about the subtopics of 1 The picture Is not only filled with Shanghai and any other little thing | drama, lively comedy and that m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 11 May 1934

PACE ElfiHT san antonio register FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1934 . Pioneer . White Winjrs . Flour MR A , PIONEER,. White winGS IA PALOMA *hite wings «t M OU* PA.r / FLOU Pioneer . White . Wings Flour . Thousand* of Sacks <>, thin Famous Flour \rc Constantly Distributed in All Parts of the State, l ooks W ho I * It Have Become Famous NM(| •'1 ■ •j Uikdl. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS Daily Capacity 3.000 Barrel* San Antonio Tcxans Confer on Subsistence j Homesteads Dallas, Tex.—(and—At a joint meeting here Thursday of the Dallas Cham- ber of Commerce "Interracial Committee" and the Dallas Negro Chamber of Commerce it was agreed to go ahead at once with plans looking toward the es- tablishment of a subsistence home- stead colony near Dallas, to be ex clusively a Negro project. George O. Leachman Wilson, Tom Leach- man, and Lon Houseman, all white represented the Pallas Chamber of Com marc*, while A. Maceo Smith, Atty. Roger Q. Mason, Dr. R. T Hamilton, Chas. T. Bracklins, ami Dr. W. K. Flowers, cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 May 1934

Sat* Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. IV.—No. 6 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934 6c PEK COP* WOMAN MURDERS ROOM MITE President's Wife Asks Equal Education For All; Any Other Program Stupid, Says Attends Meeting ] Court Janitor In Chicago As the only Negro member from the south ever to serve on the Na- tional Industrial Board of the Pull- Mrs. Roosevelt Speaks In Favor of Single Standard of Education of Nation's Youth in Address Before Session of Conference on Fundamental Problems of Negro Edu- cation in Washington. ^/ASHINGTON, D. C.—(ANP)—Expressing the conviction that all children, regardless of race or creed, should be given an equal opportunity for education in the schools of the United States, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the second session of the Conference on Fundamental Problems of Negro Education, held in the auditorium of the Bureau of Commerce building here Friday morning. "One of the most important things in a democracy," Mrs. Roosevelt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 May 1934

PAHE rv'0 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1934 ; man. Mr. L. D. Murray and Mr. L. E. Bowie* were here. Mm. Elsie | Hill left for San Antonio. Mt. Calvary held its mual good Sunday school. Sunday, the 20th, [ Victoria The nehonl picnic iponiored by hh* P.l-T. A. will be held Saturday morning. Palestine Baptist Church closed its revival with many cunverts and the baptism ceremony was held Kunday. Webster's Chapel, H. A. Jones. pastor, held Sunday school and services at 11:00 a. m ; Epwnrth League at 6:00 p. m. At night Mr. Clarence Hill and Mrs. H. L. Dud- ley sponsored Mothers' Day pro- gram. Bethlehem Baptist Church held Sunday school at 9:30. Rev. A. Jones of Webster's Chapel will render ttrvice* Sunday, May 20, at Bethlehem in interest of the Bible Band. St. Star's Baptist Church met 8unday school at 1:30. A Mothers' Day program was rendered by the W. H. M. S. At 1:30 B. — S. was held Prayer service by Mesdamei Agne* Hill and Millie Thomas. The j with killing a iix-foot rattl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 May 1934

FRIDAY, MAY 18. 1934 baN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE School News Sports and Howard Host to I GIANTS LOSE TWO TO 'CRAWS' Big Track and Field Meet IN LEAGUE OPENER Fish Come to the Rescue of the Unemployed SPORTS TALK College Pageant BY DAN BURLEY (For The Associated Negro Press). CHICAGO, 111.—Bob Cole's Chicago American Giants and the Pittsburgh Crawford* pried off the lid in the 1934 Negro National Baseball Association race, Saturday, but •ra university iracK and neia, " , , . . ... meet, which Is .ervinu •« the C. I Willie Foster, ace left-hander of colored baseball, was shaded A. A. championships, collegiate and 3 to 2 by W. Bell, Crawford's right-hander. Sunday the two •cholastlc thi year. cJubs (jt doubie.header, the Crawfords winning the first In the untver.Uy' tadi°um here'saY- game. 7 to 0 and the Giants copping the nighcap, 9 to 2. urday morning, is expected to In Sunday'* first game, the Washington. — (By Arthur Carter for the ANP).—Over 200 athletes will converge on the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 May 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progrets c Stalking the Dandelion PUBLISHED FRIDAY Of (ACH WE(K BY THK REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE «ca'i I COMMERCE T. PHONE CATHEDRAL 1711-P O BOX 7 BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ENTERED AS SiCOND CLASS MATTER MAY 9 1931 AT THE POST OFFICE AT SA* ANTONIO TEXAS. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3 1 7 ADVERTISING MATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES t YEAR 11 00. « MONTHS. SI 19. SINGLE COPY St RATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B tIFF CO CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY ANO LAGOS. GOLD COAST. AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER . _ JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD. JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES J. W. Hollssd W. U WALKER President-Treasurer -.Secretary.Genera! Manager ... Editor Advertising Manager - Contributing Editor _____ Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON To APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTER MUST Br ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 18 May 1934

FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER uu-jj-nj—iuiii' ' --'n -1 ■. wa-J—g PAGE FIVE 'British l le«' ' >wu at Uie liuliluu promenade of th« Press Operator!' League of Jl. merles la New Tork was this sym- phony In brown mil white r«lle<1 'Urltlah Ialea." It Is a summer costume contesting of a whit* linen crash threoquarterletigth coat, brown linen ahlrt, linen tie and brown felt hat. 0 Most Widely Read ISegro ISewspapei in Southwest I ex a* Beer Officials Hosts to Dealers Colored retailers of Petri Beer and their friends were the guests of officials ot the San Antonio Brewing Association, brewers of XXX Pearl Beer, recently at the Library Auditorium, when they were served tasty sandwiches and dutch lunches and celd beer. A happy, fullsome tima was experi- enced by all fortunate enough to be present, Messrs. Noon, Bosihardt and Als- ton of the company were on hand to make merry and see to It that the guests were satisfied. Everybody around Wheatlty is trying to guesa who will...

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