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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

SAN AN TUN mi RE(;lSTER FRIDAY. JULY 27, 1984 SOCIA NEWS. CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES gSOM V«b' Money Saving, F ^al - Thru Mon. S /L E o:r 1 W " at \t — ste 5 (ir. 100*. squibbs dent*. vm- ur,;,rt s,7e « -* Si* Abso^fe ** T.k Tooth B 11.00 Su« Am u — •<* E«ypt ian ®«c Sii* Sal .in 1 26c- 81s* CotloA BAYER ASPIST> B1J TS' Puratwrt Anp Hhl '• l* 1 78e Sis* Fitcf D ''•J?*' i SOr Sia. p«d,r • . Colgate's RibSr lUl C e,m' U r** 78c Sij# Dry of. R ox bury Fou2 V™«<. - W*- * gaize toiijf ,ssl 1 !' rolhl-j Psyllium Uc Sim Squibb* Hi;, Epaom Salt* B-x-t Tooth & tl 00 Sis* if. CASTO* 5Af i. OO Sn. I 58c Six* C - r' II U Sueffl - B B 11.50 Sis* ikham \ Pahaoltve fivinr C" ■ Me Six* hr m « M - La vows. *1.*) si* 11 ..3.V .94c «7t i im aar n*M*•5 L 3-.u5, St.: If: Sim 2v R.V 24c $1 < Hi Br Sim AU fe I t** Sit* > •V Site I tz %% H*> 2^ "t* ( Milt's N* t a tm* N -rf Err. •r ! < •*«*r Exclusive Place To Be Opened By Geo. T. Sutton T1 IHE BEAUTIFUL home of George T. (Torn* Su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 27 July 1934

M FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PERSONAL ACTIVITIES POWELLS ENTERTAIN. Mrs. Powell entertained Mrl. George Irving of Lot Anj«le , Calif., with ■ lovely dinner. The table wa« beautifully decorated. Thoie present were Mrs. George Irving. Miaaes A. Wilaon, F. Da- via, and Blanche Powell. Mr*. J. Hardin of Washington, D. C. ii the guent of Mr*. Bee, 1616 E. Crockett St. Mr. and Mr*. Clarcnre Render- ton of 1824 N. Center St. motored to Smithvill* Sunday to viait their eouiine, Mr. and Mri. L. V. Pryor. They were accompanied from Aui- tin by Mr*. Pryor, who it attend- ing summer tchool at Tillotton. Mr*. S. G. Hunter of 1.12 Ala- hum* St. It leaving Sunday for Washington, 0. C„ for an indefin- ite stay. Mr. Eldridge 0. Bagwell from Houston it in the city tpending many cheerful hours with friends. He was alto an unexpected guest ef Mist Hattie Louite Woods on Monday evening. Love demands a light clear skin Mr. F. E. Glover hat been 111 for the past two weelct but it on the ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

Fifth Semi'Annual Cooking School v Bazaar ATovcmber 7-8 and 9th!IA^a^_Aud^oriumL Sajw Antotvio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS w i mr VOL. IV—No. 26 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1934 6c PEK COPV I J. TERRELL HI. GRADUATE HELPS DEFEAT NORTHWESTERN Colored Flash Rips Northwestern Line As Iowa University Wins 20-7; 35,000 Acclaim Texas Boy As He Leaves Field WOMAN COMPOSER SHOWS GREAT TALENT Oze Simmons "In" Ori Every Play—North- wester Penalized Severely For Unneces- sary R'oujfhinK. Dr. J. E. East, Head Baptist Foreign Missions, Dies Philadelphia. — <anp> — Following a lingering: illness I of several months, Dr. James E. J^VANSTON, III.—(ANP)—Classic performances have al- j executive secretary of the ready been recorded on the gridiron—as Harry Graves Foreign Mission Board of the Na- versus Notre Dame—Fritz Pollard versus Harvard—but when hoary grandsires gather thrill seeking urchins to the paternal knee for a glamorous recount of foo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

r*GE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES 1 1,-^"^' I1! Taylor News Pr. G. M. Terrell, brother rt I J Pr. G. M. Terrell, brother of _ Mr*. Nellie Price, died in Defer • Allen Chapel service* with Pan- Ho.pital after an operation. tieorre tor Morgan and hi* staff of officer, Washinfton. .on of Mr. and Mr,. >t their ^ liuty- Th# lj0r<1., Isaac Washington, died in the Un- Supper was administered. Owning of the Highest Hut in the Alps Waxahachie Edgar News derhill addition after a lone illnet*. Mr. Billy Pennii died in the Gar- citaa Community. The sick list record* Mr*. Por- tia Bull rki, *on and grandson, Mr*. Odgie Mae Moody, Leon Branch and several others. Mt. Calvary carried out her ser- vict* on schedule with attendance and collection* good. At. Mt, Arie, from the Sunday School t(f the nijrht services the spirit, finance and attendance ran hlfh. On October IHh the Tom The rally at Palestine Baptist Thumb weddinp fostered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World When the Sun Marcos High School Negro eleven, coached by Boston Grant former Samuel Iluston star, in- vades San An- tonio this af- ternoon to clash with roach Lowery'a Wheatley High School I.inns on Wheatley Field at 3:30, San Antonio fans will have their first opportunity to see the local gridsters in action. With two victories chalked up In the first two games of the season, one against Ft. Worth and one against Houston, the Uons are not taking any chances against San Marcos Tigers who arc rated as one of the fastest and trickest teams in the Southwest Negro cir- cuit. Lowery is depending on the stel- lar performances of Cunningham, Pjrryman, Shelburn, Captain Tay- lor, Evans, Jackson and Bowen in the forward wall who have not al- lowed a first down to be made by their oppgnents this season, to stave off the running plays of in- vaders. These same stalwarts are expected t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REvMSTFR f'KIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Prognu PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF C1CM WEEK BV THE RKQISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office '.'07 N. (.'enter St. PHONl CATMlL'NAt. IJII--P O BOX 17J BAN ANTONIO T(«AB tNTfUtO AB SECOND CLASS MATTE* MAY S ISlt AT THE POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNDEP ACT OF MARCH 1 1879 ADVEPTISINO PATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I TEAR (2 00. S MONTHS «l 23. SINGLE COPY Sc NATIONAL ADVEPTISINO REPRESENTATIVES W B ItFF CO CHICAGO NEW VORK LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND LAGOS OOLO COAST AFRICA VAL-MO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD. t H. THORNTON J. A. JAMES J. W. HOLLAND W. L. WALKER Pr iid«nt-T retsurer ..Secretary-General Manager Editor Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN 01 R OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON TO APOtAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT- TEN ANO ON ONLY ONE SIDE OF COPY SHEET THE RIG...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1934 Negroes Are Reading More NEW YORK—(ANP)—In the opinion of Elmer A. Carter, editor of OPPORTUNITY Magazine, the Negro li beginning to read more— •r* dealing with racial problem! magazines and books and newspap. and racial conflict ai it afftcti the Negro in America. Mr. Carter'! basis for this state- ment ia the sharp upturn in the dr culatlon of his magailne, which began three months ago and hai continued without abatement thru the lean months of July, August •nd September. The editor said, relative to this upturn: "The Increase in the cir- culation of OPPORTUNITY can- Dot be ascribed alone to the schol- arship contest w hich was held dur- lng the summer months, since that increase shows both in our news- stand sales and in unsolicited aub- acriptions sent in through mail. I believe that the Negro is becoming ■lore and more Interested and con- cerned in an authentic, factual pre- sentation of his status in American lif«. He is beginning to demand more and mor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

i I AGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. 193s SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES Q Hktm Inttihitien MSOMMERS J) DONERS Houston Slrwt at llrudawa) MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, LAST DAY ANNIVERSARY SALE CELEBRATING OUR I'L'nd ANNIVERSARY WITH A BARGAIN FESTIVAL CLOCKS, CASCADE, Alarm 88c $1 Allonal Tablcla — 36c lngrams Shaving Crran. — $1 Marmoia Tablet* Col*ate' Dental Cream, 18c and _79c .29c _79c 33c 59c WILLIAMS AQUA VELVA 36c Germanin Tea, Pkg. — — — PSc Sloan'* Liniment. B"ttle — 2?c ttc Noucat'i Horton. Lb. boi ■ • ■ 3.V Peanur Chew*. I.h. F<'X 1'.*c Aapirin. Bajer (100) . .Mt AGABOL Si -09 I,i terine. Largest Sie _ Pren. 17c, 3 for —— B"M Tooth P.l te Ep «m Salt*. 8 Lb. Sack Hoppers Re«terat:vt Cream 59c .5<V . 32c 2«c _74e BROMO QUININE . -21c Petrolafar Lux Soap, 3 Cakes __________ Vick Vapo Rub Ironized Yeast Carter's Liver Pill DOANS PILLS R4c 17c 24c .71c .17c .51c F.nos Salts _______ Dextri Maltose . Lifebuoy Shaving Cream Pmkham's Vegetabb' Compound Atom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN N. A. A. C. P. Costume Ball/—Library Auditorium, Tuesday, Oct. 30 Admission 35c §f |g Music by Boots and His Buddies PERSONAL ACTIVITIES ON THE AIR Mrs. Jutnlu Mtrihall and Mill Ju«nlU Ward, Tempi*, apant aav- •ral daya vliltlnf their aunt, Mra. iuanila Ward, 117 Albert St. Rev. J. B. Butler, 381 Olive St., left Friday morning for Del Rio, Where he will preeirfe over the Quarterly conference of the A. M. E. district there. Rev. Butler la •overlnf the state and presiding at Conferences in the various districts. Mrs. Millie Allen, 909 Leal St. returned home Saturday from San. I* Roaa Infirmary where she un- derwent a serious operation. Mr. and Mrs. Pinkie Smith, 922 B. Hackberry, have returned home from an extended vacation in Illi- nois, Missouri and Cleveland, Ohio. Lodge Notices AMERICAN WOODMEN Camp No. 1.1 meet* 2nd and 4th \Vf*l- •eaday nights In each nxmlh, 1:30 frlork. Heglatrr Hal, formerly llouldln Nail, 207 N. Center ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 October 1934

/ , < t PAGE E10HT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER rKllMI, OCTOBER 12, 1934 WHEN YOU BUY A SACK OF PIONEER WHITE WINGS vol ARK (iKTTINR FLOUR THAT IS BACKED BY MORE THAN 8.1 YEARS OF MILLING EXPERIENCE p~ ^ , PIONEER White wiN( THAT IS WHY PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR IS MOST DEPENDABLE THE BEST FLOl'R FOR EVERY BAKING PURPOSE Th«* nexxt time you order flour be urf iU PIONEER WHITE WINGS. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS (Daily Capacity, 1.000 barrels) SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS GL'ENTHER ST. (K tabLt«hed ls51) \ixi- jkIKb MO TLA. jmoneir whiti FLOUW ^ ZION STAR BAPTIST CHURCH ; people worshipped at Zion Star. Rev. Price preached a irreat ser- mon. At 5:30 p. ro. the evening i service* began with the Layman League. H. T. S. on time. At the Kev. Ja*. Jordan. Pastor Sunday marked another high day •t Zi«>n Star. S. S began at 9:30 with Supt. Folk at hia pout. At 11:00 a. m. praise service* began and after the regular order of ser- vice Pastor Jordan delivered n great menage. One addition. At 3:00 p. m. Rev. M. L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

r Fifth Semi'Annual Cooking School & Bazaar Afovcmber 7'8 and 9th1IA^aryjAiUU^imn Satv Ajvtowio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS ill I w VOL. IV—No. 27 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 6c PER COPY FISK UNIVERSITY GRADUATE ESSAY CONTEST WINNER Contest Sponsored by Committee On Tuberculosis Among Negroes of the National Tuberculosis Association; Open to Students of Negro Universi- ties. Ten Firms Form Nucleus for Fifth School mtnt. di« Htr an don« B. two Charles G. Gomillion i w Essay Deals with Social Customs and beliefs That contribute to the Tuberculosis Prob- lem among Negroes in the Rural South. CHICAGO, ni.—(SPL)—"Com* 'ere, Son" called Aunt Rose to me one warm summer afternoon as I hurried home from the tennis court. "What is it. Aunt Rose?" I asked as.I haltd impatiently In front of the porch on which Aunt Rose sat, smoking her cob pipe. "Ain't you heard about Mill Louise? She jest died not more'n an hour ago. You kno' she had T. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES Taylor news Services at Allen Chapel were good and well attended with the spirit and finances running hlirh from the Sunday School to the right service. Mrs. Otii Pope wor- shipped in the morning service. At Mt. Calvary, services w re large- ly attended with Paator Johnson preaching morning and evening. Pastor F. R. Ruffin filled hit pol- pit morning and evening with (cod sermons Mill Lula Norton, who was to have gone to California Oct. IS was on the sick lilt but expects to leava Oct. -2. Miss Mable Hick- ey, Mr. R. D. Figpin, Mr. L. V. Woodruff, Mrs. Nettia Hickey and daughter, Mils Inax of Cameron war* visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hickey last Sunday. Miss Ine< ii attending Blackshear High. Mrs. I.etha Jonta wai called to Bryant because of the death of an aunt. Mrs. Maria Barnes left Oct. 13 for Dallaa where the will at- tend tha State Fair from there to Ft. Worth to spend one week ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

I I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1M* SAN ANTONIO REGISTER «-AGE THREE Sports and School News Sports Roundup • Chicago—Up In Boston, I'm in- •' formed, they are orjaniiing a col- ored aoccor team with regular prac- tice . . . Players include B. and E. Cruehlow, J. Frailer, C. Farnam, L- Benn, J. Chandler, D. Myera, F. Locke, L. and H. Johnson, It. Cava • and Evans ... . They are still talk- ing about Oze Simmons, the Iowa University colored backfield star . . . Out of the mass of comment made on his recent performance against Northwestrn Uaivrsity corns this gem in which Simmons was said to have run off tackle • like "Hitler running through " Jewtown . . . Near the end of the Boston-University- Brown football game recently at Boston, an un- named radio announcer, speaking cf the substitutes on the benches for both teams said: "Great credit is due the acrubs of any team. It they who really mould the #ir- tity, taking all the work and hard ' knocks and getting none of the glory. 0 ver on the Bos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONTO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Progress published mioav cp kacm v,zt* by THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Mfln 109 N. Center St. phonl cathkumal 1711-p o box 171 san antonio texas ENTERIC A* SECOND-CLASS MATTf* MAY 9 1BJ1 AT THE POST OMlCC AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNDER ACT OF .4 ARCH 9 1«70 AbV t.RT<S!N4 RATtS FURNIEMEO ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR. <2 00; S MONTHS fl 23 SINGLE COPv Sc. national aovf TlSING wf^ri fk nt at (ves w b 2ipf co chicago new york. los angeles rochester kansas city ano wa'sos. - gold coa9t africa — Presides:*'! i cusuier _..Secretary-Genera* Manager ... — .. Editor . .Adier.iaii.f Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor acl MV\S MATTt JHOULL Bfc in OUR office |v wcomsoay noon tO appea* in current ISSUE NEWS matter must be plainly writ- ten ano on only ONE SiUE of CCPY SHEET TN* right to condense matter fob CONVENIENCE or safrtv is reserved unless ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

K IDA Y, OCtOBER 19,1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVK WOULD VOU BELIEVE IT? NOT LONG AGO c Vlie HATED llf>c . IRit SAMPIE ln"n— Ba ■urn Lurk? Mo-Jo Inrfrm Mow It | *rfumf> thr air. Fills your room with the fra«renct of flowers. Ban- Ithes |>ad smell*. Writ# for FRF. F SAMf'I.F of I.urkv Mo-Jo In- cms# and Agents* Money.Mukln* Offer, Fenious Product* Co., l)#p|. *ta, J2«0 Cottage Urnt At*., Chicago, lit., V. g. A. im1. w •?h* H°pl«- She hated har- Mil, MMUM har tkin was red and itchy t . . an awful mm af bump* and blotches. Everything waa triad. Every* thing failad titna and tima again. ) But look at har new! Har tkin ii •aiaaih, clear and radiantly healthy . . tha ratult of using Black and White Ointment and Skin Soap. This % erld-famoua skin treatment has dona cha tame for thousands, and it can do it for ydu easily, quickly, safely. Today, lat it dear away those ugly bumps, dry up itchy, ecatmic irrita- tion^ and feiva you a daar, bright, haalthy akin—quickly, saftly. ► ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

y y- fAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REfl ISTE B FRIDAY, QTTOnER TO. 1'• SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES a fkmt Institution fca MSOMMERSH <b=£ /) mtiNLUS Houston Street at Brndawa) SPECIALS For Week End 55c PONDS CREAMS 39c Men's Talcum Salomint .... ■ - Ppnftro __________ L*dy Either Cream. Bathasweet 17c 34c 23c and 45c BTc 42c WILLIAMS SHAVING SOAP BOWL 89c Mineral Oil, gallon Henna - San Prophylactic Bru h — Yeast Foam . Fletcher's Caatoria 1.69 37c 39c 36c 28c REVELATION 37c Kord's Alcohol, pint, (Limit 2 Bottles) Vicks _ Sloans Liniment _____ Maltine .... Kruschen Salts - . .. . 9c 24c 29c _ 139 57c ENOS 51c Jad Salti Foot Ball Kolynos Enders Blades Junis Cream _ 41c - 59c and 98c 34c 21c 39c BROMO QUININE - 24c Ovaltine Jergens Lotion Boft. 32c Roxbury Syringe or Bottlt Ivory Soap, Large, 2 for m VerazeptoL 57c _38c -12c _47c _17c 'A'MVAHRrA'IMM Amudm mi iiihmiM'- hmmm ifiitmiiiim ■* u otttngg p gi Ladies Fur trimmed coats clean- And pressed—75c- Best quality work. Phone Boo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1084 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN PERSONAL ACTIVITIES Mm. N. M. Metdor, (Cuero), li •M"<llnc *ver l <Uyi in tha <ity on bueineni, 8h« It th« fueit of her brother <) iliUr-ln-ltw, Mr. •nd Mrt. P. E. Johtuon, 70S CUM- W y. Mr. Wuh Mickey of Kyle li in the city for two week vlaiting hit daufhtcrt, Mrt. A. W. John- ton, 206 W. French nd Mr . E. V- Whitaker, 113 Indiana Avtnut. Rev. SUrgkle and family of Hounton ipont a pltaiant after- noon here lait Sunday. Thty vl«. it*d Mt. Olive and Watt End Bap- tiat Churchtt and Mrt. E. T. of 923 Cnltbra Ave. ru«>. Mrt. J. M. Millar, Llttl# Rock, Ark., hat bMn viiltlng In the city for tavtral weeki, fu<-«t of htr •liter, Mrt. Hoary Jennlnfi, CORRECTS ERROR Madana L- B. Houtton (colored prectlcitloner) wiahei to correct the error and thank her many friends. Sha It at home for the public'e tervice. 2328 Virginia Boulevard —K. 3697. Mitt Willie Mae Oickerton, who hae been ill for several weekt it convalescing n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 October 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19,1934 SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH PIONEER Rev. W. S. Brent. pulor Kpioimsr FLOOR mills i PIONEER WHITE WINGS .*Hm VMS Bio 1851 Pioneer Flour Mills Dependability of White Wings Flour I use in your baking, for it 11 thor- oughly tested and is always uni- : form superirr quality flour. Pio- Explained in School nMr Whiu w",g'flour '• **cM by 83 years of continuous milling % 'experience of the Pioneer Flour Mrs. Nan Tuyl, it the Registerf Mjl]| Tm>> Mil)fr, ,jnc, J8M Cooking School will (how and ex-1 _ ... , . , . . The Pioneer F lour Mil* will plain now I it is to hake many ' The services wer e excelent throughout the day. S. S. began at the usual hour with a well pre- pared les*on which wa most beau- tifully reviewed and explained by the pastor. Morning service* at 11:0# a. m. with a greet devotion- al service- The pastor rreached a «oul itlrring sermon. B. T. S. met at 6:16 p. m. The pastor drilled the achool on P . 37:1-7. Group No. 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 November 1934

Sat* Ajvtojvio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. IV—No. 28 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1931 6c PER COPY TUSKEGEE HEAD RESIGNS «™b"! "bsssbr. ON ORGANIZED LABOR Wrong Ideas of Make Up and Functions of A. F. of L. and Trade Unions Cause Much 111 Will; Union Members Must Oualify As Persons, Not As A Race. Mrs. Bethune Guest at Vassar For ANP—By Ricnzi L. I,em us TV'EGRO WORKERS never will get into labor unions en masse as "the Negro," and the American Federation of labor's color lines will remain irresistible to penetration of them by agitation of Negro professional race leaders, pro- pagandists. publicists, sociologists. It'i like getting on the New York police force whore now there •re more than 170 colored police- men ranging from patrolmen to detective sergeants. In 1911 there was none, and (till it should so be if a Negro had not qualified ai a person, thereby paving the way for each of all the others, to come on ■lone. There is nothi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 November 1934

PACE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER rKfDAY, NOVEMBER 2, Wat ^ axaliachie The Oak Lawn Lion* defeated tho Ennis High School Kaglcfl, 34- 12 in a night game at Ennis Turs- day. October 23. The Sunday School via veil at- tendod at Jo hua Chapal M. E. Church. Reverend Cooper preach- ed a fine sermon to a large vrowd. In the afternoon he went to Fcr- re.«ton and preached a wonderful sermon and wan hack at hirt post Sunday n ght. Mrs. Willettu Mc- GET MONEY—LOVE SUCCESS 1 guarantee to help you set * new nirt in life. No cue hev^nd hope Stop worry- ing ! Write tie t -ny. Tafornntion FREE! W. WILLIAMS. 901 Bergen Ave. JERSEY CITY. N J. , iGasky motored from Dallas and spent the day with her mother and grandmother. Mrs. Clotiel Mcknight ii \isiting in Chicago, Sunday School was well attend- ed at Samaria Baptist Church, at wa> B. Y. P. U. The funeral of Mrs. Kaster Pointer waa held at the llamp Baptist Church at Rra- gor Springs. She waa well Known in this community and a highly re- spected Chr...

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