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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

page rwo SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1931 NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES — . .. ^ Harlingen New Hitler Youth in Their Training Camp At Mt Zion Rev. M Church, Mn. Jessie Wilson of Houston Baptist A. Anderson, pastor of *Penl lh* week-end with Rev. and True Honor Baptist Church, Ray- ^'urs* mondville, preached Sunday night, I Thc Bo* Scouts of San Antonio • from thc subject, "Death," • . A watermelon feast was (riven *"Tt>r the little Starlight Band mem- • Kara Friday night under the di- rection of Mrs. Elma Hodge, the •president A weiner roast was also firm Saturday night for the Sun- day School under the direction of lira. A. T. Cape*. . Mrs. Cherry and daughter, Mrs. Thomas of Victoria, are ant visitors as the guests of daughter and sister. Mrs. Cherry worshipped at Mt. Zion Sunday night. Mr. Fell* Nelson left for points •In West Texas. • Mis* Ora Sheppard of Mcrcedes, ^formerly of Harlingen, departed -♦his life in the home of her sister >nd was buried Mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

FRIDAY, JULY 13, l 34 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Stage Set For Southwestern Those old Padres give us quite a scare losing six games atraight. W e pictured a col- lapse ala Dallas. But the old boys I got back ts Tech Field and old Dame fortune again turned her brilliant smile upon our Missions. Caldwell has run into one of those hard luck streaks. Pitching won- derful game to lose it one to noth- ing and two-one. Take it from me that's hard luck for either pitcher to lose such a game. But some- body's got to win. We hope the Purdy will return to the lineup without losing his batting eye be- cause of his layoff. When Balli- fant gets behind the plate in any game the Missions play we get ner- vous. It seems that all the breaks go against the Missions. We don't know whether he misses them or is just a jinx to Papa Severeid and the gang. We wish Harshany could improve his batting average. • • • The big league is still tighter th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

r TAi.H POL'k A A S AVTONTO RF.JISTPR FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justict and Ptogcem No Failure in These Crops PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WIIK BV THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY office bos'* I commence t. FMONf cathedral i7ji-F o BOX 7i •an antonio. texas •NTEftCO as SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAY 8 IS3I AT THE POST OFFICE AT san antonio. TCXAS. UNDE* C' OF MARCH 1 > YS AOVtRTISlNO ma TIB furnished ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I YEAR t* 00; s MONTHS St.S9. SINGLE COPY Sc National advertising representatives w s iiff co chicaoo. new york. los anoeles rochester « nsas city and la00s. colo coast. africa. VAXJ10 C. BELLINGER ■ JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD. JASPER T. DUNCAN /. A. JAMES J. W. Hollsnd W. L. WALKER President-Treasurer . Sectelarj-General Manager ..Editor Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor alu news MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON to appear in CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTE* MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT. tin a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

iswinifK •*3<"e*:w (*•' FRIDAY, JbLJ 10, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTEK PAGE FIVF. / rx.lt barf Newt Mri. Liszie Brawley of Pearsall h > moved back to her home. The Sons of Harmeny and St. John tang at the M. P. Church Friday night. Rev. E. T. Fuller of Austin apent a few days with Rev. S. S. Hudspeth. S. S. waa fine at the M. P. Church. The Intermediate clan ii putting the program over under the leadership of Mln Gladys Storey. Mr. and Mr*. Charlea Scrutchins ef New Braunfela spent the week end with her parent*, Mr. and Mr*. A. Braden. The fourth quarterly conference to St. Jame* A. M. E. Church S. A. District was held Saturday and Sunday at said church with Rev. J. B. Butler, P. E. in charge. Rev. Butler preached three powerful ser- mon* during the day. The Style Show at the A. M. E. Church di- rected by Mrs. L. M. Hatcher was one of the most outstanding fea- tures of the aeason. Sunday was regular pastoral day at the Flrat Baptist Church. Rev. J. A. Thome* preached two powerful ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

! A(JE srx SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1934 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES A sw\t M ■ -t« ■ Q Htm* Institution HSOMMERS ICM WAGNERS FRIDAY thru MONDAY SPECIALS fl.50 PINKHAM S VEGETABLE COMPOUND-S1.09 6 c Phillips Milk of Magnesia J4C S6c Vicki Vapo-Rub 2;c 80c Hinds Honey & Almond Lotion 39c $1.25 SSS Blood Medicine yi c 40c Cwtoria _2 c 60c I pans Tooth Paste 39c 50c JASMINE CREAMS 29c 25c Elkay'i White Shoe Polish 21c 25c Anacin Tablets l'c SOc Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 3Vc 75c Quart Puretest Milk of Magnesia, $2.50 Gal. Heavy Mineral Oil 50c Junis Facial Cream 57c _$1.77 o3c 10c LIFEBUOY SOAP. 2 FOR 13c $5c Mum _ 2.^c SOc Mexican Heat He $1.00 Admiracion Shampoo 89c SOc Bost Tooth Paste 52c 60c Sal Hepatica 49c 25c BAYER ASPIRIN TABLETS 12c 75c Roiburv Fountain Syringe 57c 25c Band-Aid -19c 85c Kruschen Salts 69c $1.00 Houbijrant Face Powder 89c $1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk 79c SOc 5 LB. SACK PURE EPSOM SALTS 33c 25c Carter's Little Liver Pills 17c 10c Lifebu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

•s • • IIDAY, JULY 13,1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL ACTIVITIES |l)K. JACKSON ENTKRTAINED. Dr. C. A. Jackson, prominent [physician of Log Anjrelei, Calif., J was entertained by Drs. Moore, I Kurd, Preacher, Haywood, Mitchell |«nd Morrison at a smoker on Dr. I Hurd's lawn Tuesday night. • • • Mra. Payton Butler left Sat- urday, July 7, for the Middle West, where she will visit Chicago And Detroit. She will be out of the city for a month, and will be visiting friends and relatives in both of those cities. • « • Mr. and Mra. George Weston visited in Houston for the Fourth. They reported a pleasant trip and were guests of relatives in that city. • * * Mra. E. L. Stepteau, the moth- er of Dr. and Mrs. Louis M. Mitchell, is in the city visiting ner daughter and son for the summer. Mrs. Stepteau has just completed one year's residence at Leland Un- iversity, Baker, La., where she was matron in the girls' dormitory, • • • Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crunk of Seguin were pleasant visi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 July 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FKIDAY, JUtY IS, 1934 -i, .PIONEER,. V/HlTE WlNoS THE BEST FLOUR FOR EVERY BAKING PURPOSE -PIONEER WHITE WINGS" ^ —0 Mother'* Bread and Mother'* Cake*, are |u«t aa food aa Grandma hakea. raune thev hoth uae h*t It takea—Pioneer While Wing, Flour! Pioneer Floor Juat can't he heat. Blended from the choireat wheat: old h* crorera in every atore. Juat try It once, you'll rail for more. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS Eriablishrd 1851 Daily Capacity 3000 Bhls. UVt Tix PIONEER BETHEL A. M. E. CHl'RCH. R r. H. C. Johnson. Paator. School opened at 9:30 a. m. The Superintendent, Mr*. L. A. Clower, •ad teacher* were on hand with a Mara tint leaaon. All the are eagerly trying for the prize in the cradle roll conteat. At 11 a. m. Rev. Johnson preach- «d a very fine aermon to a very ^Tfe audience. At 8:00 p. m. he fNftched another lovely lermon. The A. C. E. League meet* each Sunday at 6:00 p. m. Rev. Mason, who has been lick tor aome time, was a pleasant visi- tor Sunday mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

.NRA *■ so oum Saw Ajvtomo Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • FUSTICE • PROGRESS 1" K Vi I >f* 1 "V* •>2 VOL. IV—No. 15 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1934 6c PEK COPY BISHOP BROOKS SUCCUMBS LLOYD GARRISON IS MADE CHAIRMAN OF LABOR BOARD Distinguished Bishop Passes A EW YORK CITY. N. Y.—(ANP)—Negro citizens through- out the country are elated over President Roosevelt's ap- pointment of Lloyd Garrison, Dean of the University of Wis- consin Law School as Chairman of the new National Labor Relations Board recently created by an Act of Congress. Lloyd Garrison, for many years was treasurer of the Na- tional Urban League and is still a member of the Executive Board of that organization. A few years •go he, in company with L. Hoi- lingsworth Ward, Chairman of the National Urban League Board, and Eugene Kinckle Jones, Executive Secretary, now Adviser on Negro Affairs to the Department of Com- merce, visited Urban League cen- ters in the East and Middle West In order t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

PAGE TWO dAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES Victoria News Tavlor News Mexico W orking Fast on Pan-American Highway The news of the various churches must be condensed, due to the fact that too much space is consumed. In writing your church new s, please use as few words as pos. ible and this will help to give better co- operation. Mr. Alec Hill of the Pleasant Green Community auccumed last weak at the home of his brother, lioaa Hill. During the past week, Elmo Dud- ly and Myrtle Wade were severely cut. They wera treated at Victoria keapitaL Little Koscoe Cunningham had an artery severed Sunday ev - Ming when he and Fred Mcnefec Were playing with knives. The sick list records Dr. Forrell •f Houston, Mrs. J. Lethcridgi-. Kiss Minerva Kitchen and some few others. Mrs. Marie Caldwell-Sayles is ber: an •ho on the sick list. Palestine Bar tended 1 tiat church had wonderful services. Rev. West preached morning anil Bight, B. T. S. at 6:00 p. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

fRIDAY, JULY 20, ia34 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREfc Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Chocolate Goes Down Again We have the old hunch that our Mission* are not going to return home In first place Hlllln and Cald- well can't keep the team in first place by them elve . Wiltie and Miller muit come through with aome win* for us to do any good. Stanton, Purdy, and Sha- rien, ailing don't do us any par- ticular good. Hank has his hands full keep, ing the boys in the first division. We had better receive some help quickly. • • • That was a ding dong series be- tween the Detroit Tigers and the New York Yankees. It would really be a feather in Cochran's cap if he led the Tigers to a World's series. The Giants are having their troubles battling the Chicago Cubs. We wonder how long Carl Hubbel can keep up his rate of last year and this year. He is personally two . thirds of the Giant pitching staff. Luck to him. Results on the Eastern Race tracks show that we didn't hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

PAGE FOUR SA V AVTONTO R F STP R FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1984 Editorials, Opinions and Features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Pcogcea A Calm Day at Sea PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK BT THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICE 60B4 (. COMMERCE BT. PHONE CATHEDRAL t72l- P O BOX 372 BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS (NTEREO AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAY 8 1931 AT THE POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNDER ACT OF MARCH J IB7S ADVERTISING •ATM BURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I YEAR. (2 00. • MONTHS SI 28; SINGLE COPY 8c NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B ZIFP CO . CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND LAGOS. GOLO COAST AFRICA. VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD JASPER T. DUNCAN J. A. JAMES J. W. Holland President-Treasurer . Secretary-General Manager — Editor W. L. WALKER _Ach mining Manager —Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEONESCAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE PL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE -0— Wilberforcc To Dedicate Fair Exhibit Sunday Chicago.—(anp>—At • meet- in* of th« Wilberforce Club of this city, Sunday, plans *or ded|- citing the Wilberforce exhibit at A Century of Progress were com- pleted and the date set for July 22. Dr. R. R. Wright, Jr., president; Ctrl Jenkins, recently elected su- perintendent of the Combined Nor. mil and Induitrlal Department; Prof. Arthur Chavoui and CapUin lames Nicholt, all of the Wilber- force faculty, met with the alumni group and assisted in laying the plans. Wilberforce is the only Negro group which has a complete and independent exhibit at the fair and It is attracting considerable atten- tion. Cars Damaged In Accidents A, t,. T.oyd, 1334 Burleson Street, bad the rear end and two wheels of his car damaged in a collison with the car of Frank Des Mukes at Water and Goliad streets, Fri- day. The front fender of Mr. Des Mukes ear was slightly damaged. W. Lewis, 119 Fairfax Str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

f ACE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGTSTEK /RIDAY, JULY 20.1984 Latest Pari* Hal Qfkmt ImfihtHon HSOMMERS <st-~ <SS^> WAGNERS Specials for This Week End IMPORTANT Money Saving Values, Friday Through Monday LISTERINE, Largest Size 60c Sal Hepatica 50c Noxema Cream 50c Klenzo Tooth Pa te 40c Lavender Shaving Cream $1.00 Roxbury Fountain Syringe KLEENEX. 3 for. S5c C. S. O. for Sunburn 25c Dr. West Tooth Paste, 2 for $1.50 Agarol $1.50 Alarm Clocks __________ 50c Bost Tooth Paste ..... 59c 4 c 38c 27c 57c $1.25 S.S.S. Blood Builder $1.00 Nujol 76c Vince :>4c 33c 33c $1.01' JZZZHIL 32c 99c CAMAY SOAP. 2 for __9c 69c 57c 10c Lifebuoy Soap, 2 for 13c 85c Kruschen Salts 69c $2.50 Psyllium Seed Park. 5 Lbs. $1.88 40c Castoria 28c BAYER'S ASPIRIN. 1,2s 12c. 100s._ 59c 85c Burma Shave 67c 75c Theatrical Cream, 1 Lb. Tin . 69c 35c Freezone 27c 50c Jean's Brilliantine 36c 75c Caroid & B:le Tablets 69c ALOPHEN PILLS, 100a.. 69. 25c Puretest Per vie. 4 m 14o 50c Prophylactic T"oth Brush 39c 7...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

IIDAY, JULY 20, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN 'ERSONAL ACTIVITIES Mr . L. A. Boll, Rosenberg, i ue§t of her «lster, Mm. L. W. Chase, 805 Micklejohn St Mr*. Bell ii very prominent In church knd social circles in her home. (Many courtesies are being plan- lEed in her honor. . Mra. Maggie Craine of Los An- gelci, Calif., daughter of Mrs. Belle Crow Robinson, 812 S. Mesquite I Bt., is in the city visiting relatives •nd friends for three weeks. Mrs. Craine Is a former resident of the Alamo City. Mlaa Helen J. Mills entertained last *Sunday evening her house guest, Miss Dorothy J. Moore, of Kendallton with a dinner. Miss Moore spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Richardson reported a very pleasant week-end trip to Galveston, boating and fishing. Miss Lucille Bonnett entertained Friday evening at the home of Mrs. B. K. Maynard, N. Pine street, honoring Miss Olivette Jones of Galveston, Texas. Miss Jones is a member of the Alpha Kappa Al- pha sorority and very active in soci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 July 1934

fAlifc CUitll SAN ANTONIO REGISTER KKIUAY, JULY 20, TJ34 i\ iHF WST FLOUP PIONEER^ White wit i mtnitc wi 61 flour Mother'* Bread and Mother's takes, are iual aa e">"l as (irandma hake*, raiisp thfv both u>f whit it tike*—Pioneer White \\ injfn Floor! F(T EVERY "flKINP PURPOSE "IMONKIIf WHITE WINGS- PIONEER FLOUR tslnhlishcd 1S31 Pioneer Klour juat can't he heal. Blended from the choicest wheat; old by grocers in every store. Juat try it once, you'll call for more. MILLS Daily Capacity 3000 Bhls. TEXA 0 ttCfttf-ii 1M tCX PIONEER Visits World's I'air at 111 1 •- .:r~ Jacob Chapel News Everybody enjoyed Field Day ex- ercises at Lincoln Park last Thurs- day, July 12, sponsored by the La- dies' Aid Society and the Jr. Choir of Jacob Chapel. Mr. George Hodge of Corpus Christi shipped a big box of fish for the lovely af- fair. Mr. F. E. Lewis furnished the tap The public is invited to wor- ship with us on Sunday, July 23, tt 4:00 p. m., at which time the an- nual sermon of the Ladies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

n ^Dedicated to E • PROGRESS FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1034 m wn- • II 3 4V7^*MUI VOL. IV—NO Master Fights taxi drivers and eo arner Bros. Refuse To Be Put Off Bj Man Renting Car By the Hour—Seat inpr Administered. Woman Dies On Wate to Hospital WI« the unt bert Mltch.ll, ion of Q. 8. Mitchell, of h* §* 1^!*)? following ment it ii alleged while brother-in-law of tlx children of siitcr the wif of Young Mitchell her* and hia ah tk to the entire co iment wai mad* In e. ARNER BROS. Uxi •panv located on Nebraska street were in posaemlon of a pair of shoes and a coat be- longing to one Henry Lamp- kins which they are holding in default of payment of a taxi bill of 13.15, according to Ro*t m BJWARD H MORRIS 10 RE GIST E NED FOR CHURC In reftponae to a call from police headquarter* Wednesday night, the Coltlna Funeral Home emergency car rushed to 226 E. Park Are., where Mr*. Elisabeth Eckels was found bleeding profusely. She was placed la the car in an effort to get her to th4 hospital for treat- me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

SAN antonAo register FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1934 ,WSAND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES laxahuchie unningham who k-Uf* 1* CNIValtta. mo "Baby" Du<il#y . de who wort wount- t put week art to rat -Or. TtrriU la tapr0v ■o of hit stater, Mr: y I 8. and B. Y. P. U. Con- lTf#n of Fritndship District held .. inual trssion with Gallillte Church, Enni*. Dr. Moore #f k pretident of tha S. S. Dt- «*• i mant and Dr. 8wanry of Win- •• H. Simpaon *uffered > *'Wa is president of tht B. Y. P. d anklt in tht paat wt< t ; Dtpartment. Tht convtntions rT^7*rrtan*(i hp~' «rt well attend*! by Deltgatta Ancient Civilization Uncovered in Tennessee i Clarict Lewi* is etnval. • •ietly. -he big mock aaaociation net i •bttar'a Chaptl with • frw r<- W, Palestine and Wtbater' Char •"•eaUtir..— Mt Salem, Btt* ■t- Rtv. Snow of preached a w< alaatint Baptist, Ji«m, Mt. Calva pel and Webjtera are aakad to frta in on tima aad >w* matter. The Loyal Club und Orship of Mtadamt* Tbtflnia Barnes, B * d a few o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

■■I' TRIDAY, JULY 27, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fHREE Sports and School Ne Gleanings From the Sports World Caldwell hai fallen down in his last two start* for the Missions and we now have a one man pitching Uff in the person of Ash Hillin. Any time a man win four games in one week he's really falling off the mound in big league fashion. Against Gal- veston Wiltse showed a re- turn to his old time form but the Padres just wouldn't bunch their hits be- hind him. We aometimes won- der if the sud- collapse of the pitching staff is not due to the players not keep- ing themselves in condition. There must be some reason for Wiltse and Miller to lose their effective- ness as they have, but thank good- ness our Padres are coming home in first place anyway. The home lot acts as a tonic to our faltering Missions. We wonder if the new stadium will have the effect on the Missions that the municipal sta- dium had on the Cleveland Indians of the American League. The In- dians were too much trouble...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

Isi !_ACE ppirp SAN A Publication 'UBLI THK RE *NONt S3S&1 asr* -Krr,1,0 N*W YORK. L0 SAN AVTOVTQ R f vJlSTFR FRIDAY. JULY 27, 1934 £orials, Opinions and Features REGISTER >t. Juttue una Progreu f CACH WIKK BV ISHINO COMPANY ER I -OHMtKCl BT. O. BO* ?a 'T*"C<IO. TEXAS SAN —;l« MAV B 1SJI AT THS POST OFFICI ASs 'CT Or MARCH 3 t T9 ADvtRTlSINO l us" UBBCNIPTION RATES I YEAR S2 00; Lf C SC' INTATIVEB W • ZIFF CO . CHICAGO. " CHESTER KANSAS CITY ANO LAOOS. -OAST AFRICA. VALMO c. BEL JOSEPHINE 0 I JASPER T. r - J- A. JAMES J. W. Holland — L. WALKE® . President-Treasurer Secretary-GenersI Manager ..Editor -Advertising Manager .Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor iil ss*" hat jo apr ar |N c TIN AND ON ON HATTtR FOR coJ -D be IN OUR OFFICE by wionesoav NOON ssue NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT- ,101 OF CORY SHEET THE RIGHT TO CONOENSE s-t OR SAFtTY IS RESCRVEO. UNLESS RAID FOR. We Would All Feel Better IP HfeWOUlD ONLY TAKE A VACATION THROUGH A Woman's Eyes By JEAN NEWTON WH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1334 SAN ANTONTO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Harrisburg Giants Lose 4-3 on Error In Tenth Inning WASHINGTON.—(ANP)— Two errors in the lilt half of the tenth, lost for the Harrisburf Glanti a 4 to 3 decision to the Heurich Brew. era, local white club, in Oriffith Stadium Sunday afternoon. Held ■corelen for eeven innings, the Gianti put over their initial count- er in the eighth, and then came back strong in the ninth to knot the count at S apiece. Paces Track Team To Victory in Meet JOLIET, III.—(ANP)-Ud by Corneliui 11 in ton, Chicago track etar, the Garnett A. C. went ahead to victory in the Benson's track and field championship meet here la«t Saturday. Hinton wai the only colored athlete of hie team, but won the 440 yeard dash, the 880 yard run and took third in the broad jump. He alio ran anchor on the winning half mile relay team. "Cab" to Return To Lone Star State It la probable that Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club orcheitra will return to Texai thii fall for a iix wee...

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