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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

AHE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rKIDAY, JUNE 8,1934. • NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES | Victoria News Mr*. Mollis Hamilton, a pioneer (Midcnt and Christian otisen el (hit city departed thia life Mav 29. Surviving arc Mr. Frank William* •f Tulsa, Okla., brother, Mr. Den- •is Harris and Mri. A. E Sydney •f Victoria, son and daughter and • host of other relatives. Wabatcrs Chapal opened S. S. on tha* with ftupt Swan In charge. Jtefular 11 . m. services were held. W*f«e at • p. m. and reg- aar*ices. i Baptist opened S. S. on Regular noon services were i a good sermon W. H. M. t I p. m. A 6 p. m. B. T piiy namber one in tatad a drama that was . Mrs. Sadie Combs and two i «f Goliad were visitors Baptist church held B. 8. at S:S0. Rer H. A.. Jones of Chapel preached for the at 3 p. m. The Mission at the home of Mrs. Maad. Mrs. Mead will hold Saturday night for the ter A. Harvey's 39th anniversary j as a member of the church was commemorated. Visiting ministers were Revs. Kuykendall,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THR jjL Sports and School News Plans Complete For Leon Park Celebration TUSKEGEE GRADUATION SCENES Carnival concessions, fishing boating, swimming, Otto Johnson'i swimming revue, dancing and all •re in readiness for the 19th, 20th and 21st at Leon Park for the big Juneteenth celebration. Leon park's 80 acres on the San Antonio river 3 miles from town will be the scene of the biggest celebration in years. Clubs, and other organizations are cooperating and getting conces-1 sions at reasonable prices. Best dance music available, all details at G-3870, 701 East Crockett St. Otto Johnson, recreation center life guard, will be on duty at the river front all three days. All is lafe. Nelson, Boxing Mogul, Praised Wadelphia, Pa.—(ANP—Jerry Cohen, white, in his column, "It's In The Bag," a feature in "Briefs," local weekly news magazine, has the following to say about Robert Nelson, only Negro Boxing Com- missioner in the United States: "Philadel...

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

<C,T. FOUR SAN A y T 0 N T O RFv.MSTffR P'KIDAY, JUNE 8, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Juttict and Progress *UBU*MlO FRIDAY or I ACM Wild Br THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY omic* tca't t C0mm(RC( st PHONC CATHEDRAL 1721-P O SO* 37* •AN ANTONIO. TEXAS CNTCREO AS StCONO-CLABS MATTER MAY 5 1*31 AT THE POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3 IST AOVFRTISING «ATW FUKNISHID ON MQuliT SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR S2 00. S MONTHS $1 29; SINOLt COPY St NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES w S HFF CO CHICAGO NEW YORK. LOS ANOILIS ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY ANO LAGOS GOLD COAST. AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD. JASPER T. DUNCAN "It A. JAMES J. W. Holland W. U WALKER — President-Treasurer . Secretary-General Manager Editor — . .Advertiiing Manager — Contributing Editor Contributing Editor ALL NEWa MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISfeUE NEWS MATTER MUST Bl PLAINLY WRIT. TEN ANO ON ONLY ONE BIDE OF COP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 19.°,4 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER | Brownwuod | Last Wednesday evening Mm, Jsstle Mae Hester and Mitt Doro- thy Duval entertained with a allow- r in honor of Mint Marie Allen, bride elect of Ernest Carpenter of Can Angelo. The Ministerial Alliance met at Emanuel Chapel M. E. Church and teas well attended. The Little Zion B. Y. P. U. held the election of officers and Mrs. Mary Deaver was «beted president. Funeral servicea were held Mon- day morning from Mt. Zion for Mrs. Sue Herrin who departed thia life Thursday, May 31st. Arrivals, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Vance Hall of Corsicana visiting Andrew Hall. Mlsa Ruth M. Reed their parents, Mr. and Mra. J. from Coleman. Mr. Paul L. D. Reed from Marshalli Mita Annie Laura Blair frcm Cleburne and several ether viaitora. Departures: Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ransome, Misses E. L. Maxwell, Lillie F. Thomas and Mr. Amaziah Robinaon for Brenham. Miss Bculah Lee Tolliver to Moody, Mr, and Mrs. A. D. Robin- con to Chautauqua, N. V., and oth- ers vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

- mi> t t I l / r 4 six SAV ANTONIO REGISTER rKlDAY, JUNE 8. 1084 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES QH6rm Institution WAGNER* SPECIALS ^Specials for Friday, Saturday & Sunday $1.00 GOR-JUS HOSIERY "He Mineral Oil 80c T«k Tooth Bruih ______ fc-Lb. Tin dark Psyllium Seed MOO lneot<> 59i 1>" 13.7a Ik BOOT TOOTH PASTK Mc B v*lation Tooth Powder - .... 26c Modes* Sanitary Napkin, regular sue 1 £><-, 3 for 54c - 8"c 40c Caatoria ______ 28c fl.00 LAVORIA 79c \ 36c Harmony Almond Lotion 28c Anacin Tablets — 24c 17c Pari in Bru«hles< Shaving Cream 11.00 Roxbury Ft. Syringe PORHANS PASTE. LARGE SIZE 30c are 87c 80c Unguentine 25c J. k J. Baby Talcum 78c Dryco .... 88c Moone's Emerald Oil 45o 19c 59c . C9c 85c KRUSCHEN SALTS - 69c SI .50 Agarol Largest Silt Llsterme Poker Chips, designed 100s *1.09 59c 47c The Fast Boys Mr. Jones had meeting at his home, 613 E. Crockett St. after meeting a delicious luncheon was ferved in honor of the president. Mr. Brull will h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1984 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN lM RADIO FEATURES % Chlc fO.—The first artlitt of col. or to retch the airwayi via the World's Fair at Chicago hare set • rapid tempo for othara to follow, Almoit unheralded, the quartet from tha Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College of TalUhaiMe, Florida, came to eing at a part of the Florida State exhibit. Invited to eing over KYW, the brand of harmony which theae youngsters produced, the freahneaa of their voices and the delightful program they rendered, impressed the lis- teners of that station ao that com- mendation flowed In apace. The re- ault is that they were Immediately signed for three broadcasts per week from the administration building radio station at the Fair grounds. The director of the Flor- ida exhibit renamed the group The Florida Harmony Four, which, I regret to note, deprives the school of tho publicity which It rightly deserves. In the quartet are Albert Cros- by, tenor, James Walker, baritone, Nathanie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 June 1934

Ittv r~T E EIGHT PIONEER WHITE! ■WINGS 1 &^£t5fVi« *HniWDICSIL!® i ■■m HONIKRI Pioneer Flour Mills | ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1934. Lav Cornerstone ' At Dillard 'If Denial Hints AND WIFE OPER ATE SUCCESSFUL SHIRT FACTORY Chicago,—(ANP)—One of the itereating enterpriaea is the Washington Shirt Brine Company, engaged In ■eaefaetunng specially tailored -«Mrta. The concern which ia three years old and which operates 12 ••chines ia located at 3843 In- diana Ave. The firm specialiies in "Viking aaaorted broadcloth and im- ported woven madri- shirta and Mia them to the more exclusive •hops here in Chicago and else- where. "Opportunities for producing iwnething which people want are numerous, if we only look about ■a," aaid G. J. Washington, who With his wife operate? the concern. I had worked in the post-office as a clerk for a number of yeara, while my wife was employed by a shirt manufacturer. She learned the business from top to bottom and encouraged me to leave the governme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

W "■{ w 69th Emancipation Anniversary Edition San An tow i o Register fi- A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS II VOL IV—No. 10 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1934 6c PER COPY "Hitch Your Cart To A Job, Not the Stars" Says Tobias Sound Advice Given Youns: Graduates by Channing H. Tobias, Veteran Y. M. C. A. Leader. TALLAHASSEE, Fla.—(ANP)—Charming H. Tobias, sen- ior secretary of the National Council of the Y. M. C. A., New York City, commencement speaker at the Florida Agri- cultural and Mechanical college, Thursday afternoon, told the 76 graduates in the hearing of the Governor of the State, Dave Sholtz, and a concourse of students and citizens from all parts of the state and out of the state, "not to hitch their cart to the stars but to a job." Hi« subject was, "Helping Youth to Kind a Way Out" Dr. 1. R. E. Lee, president of the college, in introducing Dr. To- biai, uid: "He li a man who holda his high position with the Y. M. C. A. on the strength of his v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

PACE TWO <IAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES V ictoria News The body of Mr. Louis Giles, brother of Mr. Will Giles, was funeral izeil from Rev. George White's church and interment was made in the Pleasant Green Ceme- tery. Mr. Willi* Giles, son of Mr. Will Giles, died in Dallas and was brought her* for interment. The lick records Messrs. Ernest Frank!:.-., Acy King, Mrs. Frances fiteen and some few others. Palestine Baptist Church had V*rnlar Mrrices. The V T. S ! the Sr. group staged a social at the home of President E. M. Tim- mons. Webster's Chapel M. E. Chmch bald Sunday School at 9:30 get luck ALL tOt 1} □3 C et thl Alleftnl . CHINLSK (• OOD mel LUCK HIM. *iih, s . , \\ | I • GEORGIA o'clock with officers on time. Mrs L. A. Branch has just returned from the Annual Women's Home Mission Society meeting in Aui- tin. Salter's Chapel A. M. E. is un- der the pastorate of Rev. George Johnson. Mr. Octaviui Hill Rev. R. H. Hilton are i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REOISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News ENTRE NOUS BALL CLUB LOSES TO CALVESTON BRAVES, 29-9 Train Porters Re-elect Keys Under the leadership of George Dilworth as coach and Miss Luella Gregory, the Entre Nous Girls' baseball team suffered a telling defeat at the hands of the power- ful girls team from Galveston, Texas, last Sunday afternoon at Tech field. The game was thrill- ing throughout its duration and the tremendous crowd of specta- tor* were literally kept on their toes as the girls battled for su- premacy. This is the second time this sea- on these teams have met—once In Galveston—both games result- ing in defeat for the locals. The final score ended 20-9. A large number attended the dance at the Elks Rest Sunday night. The triumphant Galveston- ians left Sunday night for the Is- land City. Drive In 3.2 Station Offers Jiineteentli Specials Silver Spoon Lunch Room to Open June 21 For Juneteenth celebrants and their friends in and out of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

PACE FOUR SAN ANTONIO RE v!l ST PR FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 19.14 GREETINGS ON YOUR (9th EMANCIPATION CELEBRATION V « . \ Compliments of S.A. TRUNK CO. 211 ALAMO PLAZA BUICK AND OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE San Antonio Buick Co. Fannin 1361 501 Broadway D.&A. OPPENHEIMER BANKERS (Unincorporated) Established 1 S." S Compliments of Shepherd Laundries Co. Klassy Kleaners and Dyers Fannin 9347 315 S. Alamo COMPLIMENTS OF 8 ARLETON RINTINGCO. COMMERCIAL- LEGAL BOOK - CATALOG 111 North St. -G.3771 COMPLIMENTS OF FAWCETT FURNITURE CO. QUALITY FURNITURE EASY TERMS 227 E. Commerce — G-6512 ORMSBY CHEVROLET CO. Metropolitan Sales and Service St. Mary's at Nueva Phone Garfield 0113 Compliments of S. A. MOTOR CO. Hupmobile Distributors 411-417 Main Avenue Garfield 2381 Compliments of Weber's Store GROCERY AND MARKET GEO. WAITZ, Prop. Phones G-4121 and B-31345 >48 Goliad St. Walker Furniture Co. "WHERE QUALITY COUNTS" Phone Fannin 9201 "Not too too small to serve you—Not too large to appreciate y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1931 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVF Taylor News The various church services dur- ing Sunday wore carried out as scheduled with all pastors filling their pulpits eycept at Allen Chap- el where Rev. J. V. B. Goines held his third quarterly conference, preaching two excellent sermons and administering the Sacrament. Visitors in the eleven o'clock serv- ice were Mrs. Jewel Mays of Mt. Calvary, B. C. and Mr. W. L. Pal- mer of Lockhart. Sick list: Miss Geraldine Lee, Miss Tommye Moore, Mrs. Odes- sa Moore and Mr. Clarence Lat- •on. Miss Lillie Mae Dukes of Lock- hart was a visitor at Taylor June 10. She was accompanied by Mr. W. L. Palmer. The Round Rock Female Quintet tendered a musical June 8 at Mt. Calvary. Mrs. Nina Crawford, the proud mother of a fine baby girl bom June 7. Little Miss Eunice Bat- tles had 25 tots and 15 adults pres- ent at her seventh birthday party. The Usher Board of Allen Chap- el held its meeting at Mr. Ed- ward Sn«ed'g residence. After transacti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

tAt.IL SU SAM AN I ON 10 It K CIS lb R 1-KIDAY. JUNK 1ft. 1W* DANCE WITH GREATER WINEOKAS 3:30 to 7 A. M. Smart Set Auditorium Music bv DOOLEY JORDAN and his new Orchestra Tannic Bu*b\, featured JUNE 19th MORNING ££££ Q Mom* Institution fc2i HSOMMERS WM \UGNERS SPECIALS Specials for Friday, Saturday & Sunday 26c SIZE ANACIN TABLETS 17c 86c Size Miitol $1.00 Size Ironizrd Yeeast Tablets 10c Size Lifebuoy Soap 24c T'.'c . 7c 59c 1 Lb. 85c Can Old English Floor Wax 75c VALUE HAIR BRUSH - - 49c m Largest Sire Listerine — 60c Pint Size Flit 35c Size Revelation Tooth Powder 25c Size B. F. I. Powder —— SQITBBS MINERAL OIL. Largest Size K M* 81m Krnachen Salts 1 .10 Size Peruna «1 .50 Size Agarol (Moreno Deodorant Compact _ - — 25c SIZE BAYERS ASPIRIN. 12s 5 Lb. Sack Pure Epsom Salts $1.00 Size Ovaltine |0c Size Barbuol Williams Shaving Cream. Ai]ua Velva Free - — 80c Size Mexican Heat powder 5;<c 37c 29c 19c . _.")9c _ 6'. c 89c $1.09 „ 45c 12c 3.1c 79c 39c 27c 23c 50c SIZE PHILLIPS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1934. oAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN M. P. Ladies' Booster Club All regular meeting* were post- poned (or May. Two call meet- ing* were held to arrange for tha apecial picnic at Medina Lake. Two can and a truck carried the mem- bera and guests to the beautiful lake at the lodge of Mr. Wheatley. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Woods, care- takers at the lodge, were hosts. Fishing, bathing and boating were •njoyed. At 3:00 p. m. dinner was •pread. Honored guests were Miss Brown of I'hillis Wheatley High, Mrs. McHenry, Miss M. 0. Mack- ey, Mrs. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Riley, Messrs. H. ontgomer, W. Wicks, M. Wright, Sr., and Jr., and Master Mltehall. All of our old members are read- ers of the Reglstar. We are ask- ing the new members to do like* ■ wise. CARFIELO 1571 NOW! JAMES CAGNEY JOAN BLONDELL —in— "HE WAS HER MAN" STARTING TUESDAY! "FOG OVER FRISCO" BETTYK DAVIS LYLE TALBOT HOUND TABLE ART CLUB Tlie club held their regular monthly meeting at (08 N. Pine St. Mrs. M. L. Stutt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 June 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1934 JUNE 19th For the Hig Celebration Your Pies, Cakes, Rolls Will Taste Better When Made With the Best Flour ..PIONEER. White winGS la mioma Whits win6S FLOUR \ — PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLO IR Is the Best Flour for Every Bakinjr Purpose PIONEER FLOI R MILLS Guenther Street Daily Capacity 3,000 bbls. These mill* were established in 1851 and were making the best flour obtainable 14 years before the emancipation June 19, 1865. 83 Years Milling Experience. BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH Kev. II. (i. Johnaon, Pastor A very large congregation as- sembled at 11 A. M. service and listened very attentively to a won- derful sermon by the pastor, Rev. Johnson. He discussed at length, • The Glory ef the Church." One infant was baptixed. At 8:00 P. M. again the pastor preached a very fine sermon, "The Vision of the Home prepared." Many visitors were introduced to the audience and many find their way to Bethel each Sunday where they enjoy wonderful gospel s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

*s u i w ■<v#. sat* antonio Register A Ufool/lxf PQHOI* l^n^Jnnfn/1 i/% VOL. IV—No. 11 A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1931 THREE INJURED Nora Holt Guest Artist at Irene Castle Affair Chicago,—(ANP)—Nora Holt, as vivacious, charming and dashing as ever ii back home, for interna- tionally famoui ai is this celebrat- ed entertainer, she admits that "Chicago is really home." Last Monday night she was a guest artist at the affair given by Mrs. Irene Castle McLaughlin, local society leader, and former stage favorite, at the Deerpath theater. Society was out in force for the occasion which was given for the benefit of "Orphans of the Storm," the dog shelter which Mrs. Mc- Laughlin maintains. Miss Holt re- ceived an ovation when she sang, "Nymph Errant", the song which Gertrude Lawrence Douglas Fair- banks, Jr.'s fiancee, is singing in London. Hurricane Victims Get Relief Fund Washington—(ANP) — Victims ef the devastating hurri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

f 1 f m —" my. €. PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1934 0 A N ANTONIO REGISTER NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES CW0 News Sunday wii pastoral day at Mt. B*th«i. At 11:00 a. m. R*v. J. M. Smith preached out of his aoul. B. y. T. U. on tima with group No. 2 entertaining. At 1:00 p. m. Rav. Sinflttary delivered a loul atlr- ring aermon. Dr. Anderaon and Mr. C. Q. Ellis of P. V. C. were down to laa the LcGcndre sisters Wednttday night. Mr. Fletchar Wyatt waa called to Victoria on telacss. Th* Collage Clob mat in but!- neat tasslon Friday night at tha BMM of Mr. and Mr*. P. Harris ; with Rev. I. S. Pierce host. A two-course menu was served. Miss Helen Smith waa _ visitor. Mr. Baaa of Victoria visited in Cuero Sunday. The Sunday School lesson at Ma. •edenia was reviewed by Brother Willie Mills. Thi college girls of Macedonia rendered an interesting K«fram la B. Y. P. U. Mr. Richard Harper worshipped at ML Bethel Sunday. Revival conducted by Rev. C. A. Single- tarry at Little Zlon closed W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

AMERICAN GIANTS BLANK PITTSBURGHERS TWICE CHICAGO. 111.—(ANP)—Cole's DEFENDER American Giants shut out Pittsburgh Crawforila for 18 iccutive win the con two RELEASES fnninga, to th<> "Sterner, 'before J" 7 ?' ?"!* blinded the in of (I v|ctory in the third gam. 7 *• the ni,rh,f'"1 <* Sun- J*y ' b"* ln bi - The Giants de- j the invaders 1 to 0. Satur- 7e"fthnd/r",ie F°'ter' th* ander, get them down, 2 to 0 In the first game on Sunday. P'irt granted the Giants but three hita, two of them being of the .cratch variety to achieve his 7 to 0 triumph in which he kept hia r*cord here untarnished. The Crawford* bombarded "Putt" Pow- ell and Cornelius for a total of 16 hita. Vic. Harria, with four out of five, and big John Gibson, with the same record at the plate, led the visitors' onslaught Foster was invincible once hia mates had given him a 1 to 0 ad- vantage in the firat Inning of the opening tilt Sunday. He fanned four, but W. Bell struck out six. Miscues on the part of Judy Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

AW 1 •u PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO RKvMSTFR KKIDAY, JUNE 22, 1934 Editorials, Opinions and Features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Prognu Published fmidav or each wisk bv THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE BCBVt e COMMERCE BT PHONE CATHEDRAL 171I--P O BOX 371 BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS ' ENTERED AB becono CLASS MATTER MAY 9 1 3I AT THE ""CST OFFICE RBr SAN AHTONIO. texas UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3 187* ADVERTISING RATES furnisheo ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR $2 00; S MONTHS. SI IB. SINGLE COPY Sc , NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B ZIFF CO CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY ANb LAGOS. GOLD COAST AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER _ JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD . JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES J. W. Holland W. L. WALKER President-Treasurer Secretary-General Manager _..Editor Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BV WEDNESDAY NOON to appear in CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST e( PLAINLY WR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

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