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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

# ■Hj '"«f! T. < A" * "T" /~ r im| -i / SAN ANTONTO HEGISTER f'KlDAY, JUNE 22. 1934 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES BSOMMERS WAGNERS SPECIALS Specials for Friday, Saturday & Sunday ENDERS RAZOR FREE, with pkg. Enders Blades 35c 60c J ad Salts (Condensed) -lie 80c Mexican Heat Powder __~23c 28c Maris Talcum 17c 60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 42c >1 .28 Lady Esther 4 Purpose Cronm 92c 11.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic "Or HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES. 35c Size.. 85c Miller Household Rubber Gloves 40c Avon Playing Cards __ 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 25c Solution Merrurochrnme $1.00 Roxbury Fountain Syringe. ! Ot 2 tic SSc 30c ' e 57c LIFERUOY SOAP. 10c Size. 2 for He 25c Quality Tooth Brushes. 17c, 2 for 33c 60c Unguentino 45c 25c N. R. Tablets 17c 60c Sal Henatica _ 4P<* $1.25 Absorbine Jr 94c LYSOL, $1.00 Size $2.50 Gal. Heavy Mineral Oil 25c Am men* Hea> Powder 25c J. & J. Babv Talcum _____ 25c Djerkiss Talcum 35c Dr. Lyons Tooth Powder - PURE EPSOM SALTS. 5 Lb. Sack. 50c si...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

.t*' rvr FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1934 "JAZZ CHOW" Something About Fletcher FLETCHER HENDERSON . . . Ilia nickname is "Smack" ... be wus born in Cuthbert, Georgia, on December 18, 1898 , . . hii father was a school teacher who inspired Fletcher's pursuit of Academic study . . . Irma Henderson, his lis- ter, also was a school teacher . , , his brother, Horace, "Little Smack" —is one of the finest pianists in the orchestra business and a member of Fletcher's unit . . . Fletcher Is a graduate of Atlantic University where he received the degree of A. B. (Class of 11)20) . . . music as a vocation was not on his mind when he began his studies . , , h« as- pired to be a great chemist .. . the lure of the piano and basking in the theatrical spotlight finally won out . . . his first engagement was at the Club Alabam—a Broadway night club ... in 1925 Fletcher married Leora Meoux, who herself Is an accomplished musician (trum- pet player) . . . Fletcher's rise to the top has been steady and sure ... h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 June 1934

SAN ANTONIO 1EGISTER Silver Tea For Church A very beautiful and ufc«« ful Silv«r T. w « given by Mr. Geo. Dunn of Pel w re Street lut week for the benefit of hi church. The affair waj held on the lawn of the Dunn home and the many guests enjoyed the pretty setting and entertainment. This Is one of the few occasions when a man will take the time and effort to work for his church proves that men can do when they will. However much of the credit for the success of the Dunn Silver Tea goes to the able assistance of Mrs. Dunn who aided her husband in making the affair the pretty one that It was. Woodmen to Have Sermon at Lavernia Dental Hints Carl Link, would be out of luck If Pontcnartraln Billy to shut his mouth In the middle of hia annual dental work. The hundred and seventy-Are-year-old patriarch of the Los Aneeles Alli- gator farm has his valuable molars watched with more care than some fctimans and as a result will probably live to snap at more than one future generation of Tlsitor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

■ffffVK *,v S47V Atvtojvio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS ff (vi oo <xm WAnf V VOL. IV—No. 12 san antonio, texas, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 6c PER COHY LONE BANDIT WOUNDS COUPLE ROBBED Texas White Woman Does Great Work Against Lynching Interracial Commission Wor\er Gives Yoeman Service In Prevention Secures 30,000 Anti-Lynch Pledges Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynch- ing Han Done Fine Work Under Guidance of Mrs. Jessie Daniel Ames, Formerly of Fort Worth. '4 TLANTA, Ga.—(ANP)—Although the millenium of inter- racial understanding which the goodwill leaders in both races hopefully look forward to and work for Is still many, many years in the future, there exists reason to believe from the work of some existing organizations in the south that forward, positive progress is being made. Fertile soil for the seed of goodwill is being made fallow by the talented, sometimes devious, WOMAN RAIDS CRAPS GAME; TAKES HUBBY efforts of the goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

iraMagi PACE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FR1UAI, JUNE 29, 1934 I 1 J NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES Del RtoNetvs j Another Search for the Lutinc's Gold Cargo I ockharr \ewi Taylor New Mr. Jordan Rector who has been In Lot Angeles, Calif, seven months i iting hi* ion returned by motor In company with Mr. Troy Akes of the tame city who visited his Texas relatives. Mrs. M. A. Johnson and Mrs. Al- berts Willi* spent the 19th in San Antonio; the latter remaining. Misi Bosie Lee and Miss Alpha Mae White attended the St. John B. Y. P. U. and S. S. conirress in Littig. kev. McCrane, pres. Mrs. Rosell Grant of Tulsa, Okla. is visiting the Raced family. The Taylor Pirates Masted the Mexican all stars of B. A. 6-2. Rucker pitched and Johnson caught for the pirates and Crame pitched and Cahill caught the All Stars. June 19th the Soyal Aces Orchestra of Austin featuring Miss Lois Grant, blues •inger at the cotton club at night. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scott and son. Ernest, Jr., or Waco were ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

I I FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Our Missions are well on their way leading the Texas League. Ash Hillin is doing his best to make the fans forget Kowalik, proving himself a work horse. The team is hitting in the pinch and supporting the pitchers marve- lously. In fact they are proving themselves the class of the league. A good team really pays in San Antonio. Bejma is now playing third base for the Browns with Clift being on the bench. Won- der what's hap- pened? Maybe just a change to break the Brown's losing streak. The American League race is be- coming as scrambled as the Na- tional League was last year. In fact both the big leagues are put- ting on a race that is pulling the fans out of their seats. Who's go- ing to win is the question. Plans •re being made for the All Star National V«. the All Star Ameri- can League players. For Home rea- son we are stringing with the Na tional Leaguers this year....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

PAOF FOUR SAN ANTONIO REvHSTFR FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 1034 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress "tSI1 PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK BY THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE aosvt E COMMERCE *T PHONE CATHEDRA!. 17*1.. P O BOX 372 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS tNTIRtO AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAY 9 t S1 AT THE POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNOER ACT OF MARCH 3 I87 ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR 12 00. • MONTHS. (I 29: SINGLE COPY 9c NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B IIFF CO CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANOELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND 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 NCWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT- TtN ANO ON ONLY ONE SIDE OF COPY SHEE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

rtlDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER taIiE FIYK Crash Victim Dies At Robt. B. Green Mrs. Alberta Crittenden, injur- ed in in automobile wreck lait v '• while retr nlng from Seguin, died last Sunday morning at Robt. B. Green hospital without ever re- gaining conc' . nesi aa a reault of the impact. Mri. Crittenden llv- ed at Swlia and Center Street* and had gone with friends on June 10th to spend the day in Seguin at the celebration held there. Otheri in the same crash, James Scalllcn and Myrtle Lynch were not ser- iously injured. Funeral aervlces for the unfortunate yoi- j woman vere held Thuraday afternoon—Wa«h- Ington Undertaken in charge. BRINGS FIRST COTTON BLOOM Columbua, Miss.—(ANP)—John Blllupi, farmer living on the Henry Piatt Plantation, brought Lowndes county'a firit cotton bloom last week. Stork Visits Watsons Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watson are the Proud parents of a baby girt delivered by the atork at fl:30 P. M. yesterday. The chesty fathjr, a member of the Smart Set C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

X: fAGE SIT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNK 29, 1934 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES Q tkm* Institution HSOMMERS IC^J Also •t WAGNERS WAGNER STORE NO. 1 Houitton St., at Rr «dwav (1 3 m Jottings vv FRIDAY and MOM) VV SPECIALS At All Sommers-Wasrner Stores FIREWORKS . . . Complete Stocks, Including Salutes, 4 in Box 5c Sky Bombs 5c Sparklers, 8 in Box ... 5c Firecrackers, I'ksr. 5c and 10c Spit Devils lc Magic Snakes, Box 10c Also Cap Pistols. Wheels. Triangle Mines ar>d many other novelties for the big celebration of July Ith. FAST BOYS CLUB • Meeting was held at 12fi Ne- braska St. Plans are now under way for the big popularity con- test. If there are any other clubs who would like to take part, call John Tucker at 1203 Crockett St. There will be cash prizes for the winners. Fast Point Barbecue Pit Adds Drinks CELEBRATES 8th BIRTHDAY Little Mary Louise Ra*'.:ff. cele- brated her 8th birthday la«: week with 8 little friends preen* :o help her enjoy the happy ocea.« i. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

#' ■ymm* I f'RIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER x-aUE SEVEN Trying to Get Them to Settle h Nineteen Negroes Graduate From Boston School Boston, Mans.—(ANP)—Nine- teen colored men and women re- ceived degrees and diplomas from Boston university at the recent graduation exercises. Those receiving the degree of doctor of philosophy were: Albert A. Kildare and Albert A. Alexand- er. Katherine Robinson, Ethel A. Houston, and Gertrude Williams received master's degrees. CHOICE THINGS TO EAT Jarboro Opens "Aida" in New York New York.—With Caterina Jar- boro, internationally famous so- prano in the title role. The first opera of the Chicago Company of Alfredo Salmaggi, is "Aida," in its summer season inaugural at the New York Hippodrome. The company opened the famous house Saturday. Rev. Geo. N. Dixon, Corsicana, •rrived Wednesday to spend two or three weeks visiting his father- in-law, Rev. C. Thomas, 805 S. Pine. CARFIKLO 1571 NOW! JOE E. BROWN — in — "The CIRCUS CLOWN" PATRICIA EL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 June 1934

• • ' PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934 t m TEXAS IffiSSB |}U(> * d PIONEER h RIO*CTRr FLOUR miLLJ Austin WomeR Endorse Mrs. Christian Dental Hints WHITE WINGS CI-OU R rifti Pioneer Flour Mills jnattmsnHi Two Women Judges in One Court jpe 'ju 1 f / * The Allegheny County cpurt in Pennsylvania is the only one In th« United States to have two women on Its bench. Our Illustration showi Jodge Sara M. Soffel of Pittsburgh (left) welcoming Judge Lois D McBride, who had Just been appointed by Governor Ptnchot. Small Towns ^ in Health ^ eek Trophies The cities of Port Arthur and Brownwood and the county of Braios have been judged winners cf specially designed bronie plaques offered by the Texas Com- mission on Interracial Relations for the best reports of Negro Health Week activities it was an- nounced today by the Texas Tu- berculosis Association. Communities reporting were Judged in three groups—cities with population above 25,000, cities with population below 25,00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

■r' *• oo eun «Air Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS w £ VOL. IV—No. 13 e SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1934 5c PER COPY GETS DIPLOMA ON COT GIVES VALEDICTORY ADDRESS OVER RADIO Oklahoma City Welcomes N. A. A. C. P. Secretary Invalid Boy Is Honored For WorJ{Done Fourteen-Y ear-Old Jimmy Davis Suf Blind Man Runs For California Assembly Los Angeles, Calif.— (ANP)— With more than six candidates fil- ferinsr From Spinal j ed to date for the office of assemb- Phthisis Makes Own Statement. UNIQUE EXERCISES AEW YORK—(ANP)—Flat on his bark in a cot at the Bellevue hospital suffering from tuberculosis of the spine, 14 year old Jimmy Davis, nev- ertheless had the distinctive pleasure of receiving his gradua- tion from elementary school and road his own valedictory address Into a microphone which broadcast his words last week. As his father and mother and officials and physicians of the hos- pital stood by, the bed-ridden in- valid spoke into a WMAC micro- p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

PACE TWO 9 AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1D34 NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES =sbsbs^—c i ii ia—s=& • " ' =a^= ■ ■ — == ■ i | Brownwood | Taylor News Last Monday night the K. of P 1 Various church services ran Lodge elected officers for the next ' high spiritually and financially, aemi-annual term. All former of- j The Lord's Supper was admuiis- ficers succeeded themselves and tered by Pastor Morgan at Allen Knight Melvin Benning was ap Chapel. At Mt. Calvary Pastor pointed outer guard. Wednesday Johnson filled his pulpit. Bight the Ministerial Alliance held 1 At Mt, Aril) R(v, [)#vU of their taaullation unices at Lee's Rom,, Ga„ preached a good ser. i Chapel A. M. E, Church. The pro- gram Included a short sermonette by Re*. J. H. Cofleld. Refresh- ments were served to all present Beginning last Thursday night •t Mt. Zion Baptist Church, a short series of Mrvices were held With the aid of the various pas- with Her. B. A. Bvars and the anuel Chapel M. E. Church ren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

FRIDAY, JULY R, 1934 SAM ANTONIO REGISTER KAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Our Missions are battling right along in first place, but we will rest more romfort- ably when Papa Miller's arm comes around so that he will re- gain his effectiveness. Hillin has taken Kowolik's place ns the work horse of the staff. Maybe Kowalik will get his chance in the big leagues next season. Every club that has played in San Antonio the last three series came here in second place but the Missions showed that they are the class of the league . Harshany has made the fans forget Cap Cros- sley and Fred Tauby by his ster- ling all round play. Houston real- ly worked the crippled Scharlin overtime dragging bunts down the third base line and beating them out for hits. * • • • The big league races are so tight that the fans don't know just what to expect. Every team still has a chance at the pennant. We per- sonally would like to see one of those New York World's Series •gain...

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

PAGE FOUR AjLT°NTO ftKtMSTFR FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress JPriming the Pump "i;S5r* published friday Of each week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY office 8c8v4 e commerce st phone cathedral i7ii-f o box j7j san antonio. texas tNTEREO AS SECOND class matter may s 1931 at the post office at SAN ANTONIO. texas under act of march 3 !87 advertising bate* FURNISHED ON request subscription rates: i year 2 00. • months. si 25. SINGLE COPY Sc. national advertising representatives w 8 iiff co chicago new york. los angeles rochester kansas city and lagos gold coast africa VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES J. W. Holland ft. L WALKER President-Treasurer —Secretary-General Manager Editor Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor All news matter should be in our office by wecnesday noon TO APPEAR IN current issue news matter must be PLAINLY wr t. JEN ANO ON ONLY one side of c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

FRIDAY, JULY G, 1934 SAN A N T 0 V10 REGISTER PAGE FIVF. L> Make Chances in t Hampton Staff Hampton Institute, V«.—(ANP) —President Arthur Howe of Hamp- ton institute has Just announced a change involving two members of his staff. George A. Kuypor, for the last four years editor of the "Southern Workman" and Publication Secre- tary as well as Supervisor of En- glish, beginning with September first will devote all of his time to the work of the English Depart- ment. Isaac Fisher, who for five years has been General Secretary of the Hampton Institute Y. M. C. A., will cn September first become editor of the "Southern Workman" and Publication Secretary- WOMAN FREED IN PECULIAR MURDER CASE Jackson, Miss.—(ANP)—Judge W. T. Harton in police court last waek dismissed a murder charge against Mrs. Beulah Courtney, growing out of the death of her husband, Howard, who was slain during a quarrel at their home two weeks ago on Valley street. The court concurred with the opinion of County Pros...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

f are srr SA N ANTONTQ RFfllSTER r kiDAY, JULY «. 1934 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES v. u r *r •r msaVtm ■ ">/* ■ a thm* lit!'tu Hon B SOMMERS IC^i WAGNERS //WW FRIDAY thru MONDAY SPECIALS LISTERINE, largest Size 59c 26c Cashmere Bouquet Soap, 8 for '.'So 28o Woodbury's Facial Soap. 3 for ^5c 60c Size Astringosol Mouth Wash ._ ,'lc 88c Silt Kruschen Salts Me Size Energine 24c ASPIRIN TABLETS. Bayer's. 3-Gr.. 100s ,">!)c . 80c Phillip* Milk of Magnesia 80c Mexican Heat Powder $1.80 AgaroL- |1jM 78c Dryco Kotex, Regular Size 16c PALMOLIVE SOAP, Regular Size. 2 Cake* 9c 10c Lifebuoy Soap. 2 Cakes for 60c Dermay Body Powder 11.00 Lavender Body Powder 60c Klenzn Tooth Paste 28c Zinc Stearate, PureteV i:ic . JVC •ifc . 2"Jc ..19c MINERAL OIL, Squihb's. Larcest Size .")9c 78c Theatrical Cleansing Cream. 1 lb. 80c Eyelo Eye Wash 60c Murine 75c O-Do-Septic Powder Modess, Special 3 Pkjjs. BROMO SELTZER, 60c Size 15.00 Electric Fans Flit for Flies. 1-2 Pint Sa-, tjuart 80c Bof...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 July 1934

s FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1934 PERSONAL ACTIVITIES CONRAD LEWIS BRADY, «Ur nthlete of the Tiger*' Club, had ■evered his connection ati vice president and a member, having entered another field of endeavor. MR. HENRY SMITH, president, S. P. Colored Service Club, J. C. tiloaion, secretary, and A. RigRins, president. Southern Pacific Sing- ers, have Just returned from Dal- las, where they were called in in- terest of the service club busi- ness. MIS8 LEDORA SHEI-TON and Mrs. Azalee Powell returned to the city thia week after an extended vfslt to Hallettsville. MR. G. W. NORMAN, Austin, supreme banker, American Wood- men, was In the city this week on business pertaining to the organ- isation. He was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Maynard, 117 Boston Street. MRS. WILLIE ANDERSON, who has been seriously ill at her resi- dence, 112 Douglasway for three weeks, Is reported to be much im- proved. MRS. J. J. GLASCO spent the week in Corpus Christ! visiting her cousin, Mrs. C. M. Scott, and was ...

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

PAlitf EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fKlDAY, JULY 6,19M SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W, 8. Hrmt. pastor The church school assembled at 9:00 a. m. with a very interesting lesson which was most wonderfully reviewed by Rev. W. L. Thomas. Preaching services began at 11:00 •. m. Rev. Byrd preached a power- ful sermon. There was much re- joicing. Two were added to the church. The B. T. S. met at 6:30 p. tn. Rev. Wm. A. Johnson, presi- dent of Conroe College, delivered a great address Group No. 1 tend- ered an excellent program. Night Mrvice began at 7:50 p. m. Rev. Johnson delivered a wonderful mes- sage. Two more were added to the roll at this service. This ended an Wiojrable day. Sunday morning. At 11:00 a. m. | Pastor Straight filled the pulpit | an l delivered the morning message j which was full of food for thought. | In the afternoon, Lincoln Heights Church worshipped with Rev. Lee of the C. M. E. Church. These joint meetings were quite profit- able and should continue as long as possibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

* < IjjHHM 1 □ □ San Ajvtojvio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. IV—No. 14 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1934 5c PER COPY ATTEMPTS SUICIDE CONGRESSMAN Dr. URGES USE OF BALLOT Alexander TalKs Plainly Of Southern Methodists and Baptists Speaks at N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting at Close of Oklahoma City Session SPOKESMAN SAYS CHURCH IGNORES DEBT TO NEGRO Secretary Drowns In Effort To Learn How to Swim Speaking Before Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, Noted Inter- ! to T. M. Campbell, field agent, U. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala. —(ANP)—J. C. Hyman, secretary Young Doctor Making Good In West End Says Colored People Should Use Their Franchise Privi- leges to Secure Rights. /"OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.— ' Speaking here Sunday afternoon •t the closing mass meeting of the 25th annual conference of the N. A. A. C. P. Congressman Oscar De- Priest urged colored people to use their ballots, wherever they may re- side in the fight to secure the...

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