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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1934 aAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE irtRCE Sports and School News Wheatley Lions In Hard Games Saturday nig:ht at Tech Field, the Lions of Wheatley High School, Jocal eleven, tackle one of their strongest opponents of the year when they take on the Jackson High School Bears of Corsicana. Some idea of the Bear's strength may be gained from the fact that me of the best material used by the colleges of the Southwest, comes from the High schools of Corsicana. It has been a custom in the past for the state champion- ship crown to remain in Corsicana year after year and had securely been held by the Bears until Dal- las nosed them out last season. The Bear a are out again this year to retrieve the lost crown. Coach Lowery's Whestley Lions have some championship aspira- tions of their own and they do not intend to have their chances at the title lessened by the fast and tricky gridsters from north- west Texas. The Lion's are ready for the invaders and promise their supporter...

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

PAGE FOUR OAN ANTONTO REulSTES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, ly3 f • Editorials, Opinions and Features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Progress 'UBLISHCO FRIO** O' t«CM [[K «r THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office 207 N. Center St. phOni cathilhal I7H--P o box 37a SAN ANTONIO TUAt INTCKED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAT S 193' AT THE POST OFFICE AT i«N ANTONIO TEXAS UNOEP ACT OF MARCH 1 1874 AOVERTISINO RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR. (2 00. MONTHS *' 25 SINQLF COPY St NATIONAL ADVtRTISlNQ REPRESENTATIVES VY B IIFF CO CHICAGO, NEW YORK LOS ANOEl.ES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND LAOOS. __ COLO COAST AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD. D. H. THORNTON J. A. JAMES J. W. HOLLAND W. L. WALKER ..Secretary-General 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 BE PLAINLY WRIT- TEN AND ON ONL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1034 SAN ANTONTO REGISTER KAGE nni Ruin bows Entertained Mr*. Nina Irving entertained the tlub and Mrs. Vivian Ellis-Jacks of New York with a lovely dinner party at her home Saturday night. Other* enjoying the hospitality were: Mri. Sales, Min M. Glois- enk, Mr. and Mra. McQueena Mies R. Haskina, Miss M. Elliott, Misa Haley, ra. A. D. Priestley, Meaara. T. L. Washington. R. Brewer, E. Joshua, J. C. Gloaaon and H. Gloaa- on. DOES THESE 3AMAZING ITUINQS OR MONEY BACK Makes Skin Lighter (Over Night ttkin bccomca lovely ihadra lighttf between nifht and morn- ing. simply by utin| the famous Dr Fred Palmer'aSKIN WHIT ENER Ointment It octa on Um I aktn—quickly, gently or no coat. IS tl TV? | IMakes Pimples |BI«mish«s Go/ Punplea and ordinary 8km blem. tahaa go-akin becomca amoot bar, claarvr, mora beautiful aa thia aa(e. aecret formula in nch. white, creamy form worka quickly or money back Try Dr Fred Pal- mer'a Skin Whitener Ointment tonight—juat amooth it on with the ...

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

.v;.?-rv.' ,|M TAOE six RAN ANTONIO REGISTER l"*RIDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1934 Institution SOMMERS WAGNERS Houston Street at Rrodaway SPECIALS For Week End ILLASOL, 50c Size Lotion, 2 for 51c Talcum, Orange Bio -om, 2 for 26c Dermay, 50c B :■ Powder, - for __ 51c Langlois, $1 Hody P.wder, 2 for $1.01 Mi Shaving Cream, 50c >:ze, r for ... tic LANGLOIS, 35c Lav. Shaving Cream, 2 for 36c Bay Rum, Martels 25c 12 or., 2 f, r 26c Henna, 50c Hikers' Egypi.an. 2 for 51c' 9.1 Ha:r Tonic, $1 Size. 2 for |1.01 Shampoo, Klenz". 50c MuLsified, 2 for 51c 2fic i- 26c $1.01 , . 51c 2fic — 36c Camphor, tfe Spirit, 2 for STGARATC, 23c Zinc. - for Bandage. 25c, Readv ? Wine Beef, Iron. $1.00 Harmony, fi('c Quia Lavender, 2."c Talcum. Analgesic, .">5c Balm, 2 Ha 2 for for __ fon;c, 2 for„ PIRETKST, 10c Senna Leaves, 2 for 11c Peroxide, 20c Puret.-t, 4-oz Cascade, 50c Pound Paper, 2 Cherries, 50c Fenway, 1 Lb Hair Oil, 50c Sta*. '2 for Ilyfenic, 50c Powder ~ til 21c 51c 51c 51c ..51c REXALL, Me Kidney PU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 November 1934

Mr-". IWVEMnER 2, 1X1* SAN 'ANTONIO R R U 13 T a i cafif seven PERSONAL ACTIVITIES Mni. Tent Tutker wit honored •rith a birthday party Sunday nlfht •t tha home of her dau(htar, Mm. Edna Thompson Quite M number tl (ueita were preiant and the hon- r*e received beautiful flfta. A daughter, Miai Dnreaa Fullenyder wai alio preaent. Mra. Ollie Crittenden and her daughter, Marguerite, have been confined to their home for aeveral weeka account tl illneu. Mra. Crit- tenden i> able to be up and about, although Marguerite ia yet confin- ed to her bed. Their frlenda with for them early recovery. MAJESTIC NOW! Ginger Rogers Fred Astaire 'GAY DIVORCEE' Midnight Shew Kvery Saturday * Mr. and Mra. Alvht Themaa and their brather, Louie motored U Austin Sunday. They vere accom- panied by their friendi, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hamilton and ipent an enjoyable even lag. a e e Mrt. Vivian Ellle-Jacka, New York, returned home Tueiday night after levera< delightful weeka in tha city, Mra. Jaeaa Carroll e...

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

PACE E1HHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 193< THE FAMOUS m PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR Has Been Selected For The REGISTER'S COOKING SCHOOL Because It Is Most Dependable for Every BAKING PURPOSE B# sup to vnit thp "Pioneer" Booth. tin tiHSr November :th. *th in<i l-*th. Vou will find it in- teresting and in- struct!vt. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS WRERE PIONEER - WHITE WINGS FLOUR IS MANUFACTURED FROM THE FINEST SELECTED WHEAT IN THE UP-TO-DATE, STEEL AND CONCRETE, SUNLIGHTED FLOUR MILL BY THE MOST MODERN MACHINERY KNOWN TO THE MILLING SCIENCE. There arc 8.1 year* of Milling Experience in every sack of PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. W. B, My era. Paalor Sunday School lesson was very Interesting and wonderfully taught by the teachers and reviewed by Supt. Jefferson. The morning ser- vice began at the usual hour. Rev. W. G. Merriweather preached and '■ present enjoyed the great gos- pel message. The chorus sang splendid. At 6:00 P. M. the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

Sa'n Awtotvio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS ¥ 1 VOL. IV—No. 29 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934 5c FEK COP* J S AND VERNON CLASH 38 Race Delegates Well Received In South Florida City California Post Chaplain Makes Succes- sful Plea Against Baseball Tourney Resolution; 10 Women Delegates Ac- corded Courtesies. "JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—(ANP)—Many unfavorable accusa- *' tiona made upon the southland of these United States of America have been later found out to be untrue. And here is a story that disproves what has been said and written about the Negro Legionnaire and the annual American Legion convention, held in Miami, Fla., last week. Prior to the opening of the 16th annual convention sessions of the I.egion, several newspapermen of th# north, east and weat had gone far in aaying that the Negro Leg- l' nnaire would not fare well, and In plain worda, "would catth hell tn Florida." Thia tvas disproved in a big way, bccaua# a number of Negro del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

PAGE TWO a A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINQS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES GET MONEY—LOVg SUCCESS Harlingen News Mr . A. Sims and members of St. iwrintM to help you t«i • Mm tun ie | plu] M. E. Church entertained •. No cam beyond hop*. Stop worry- ..... . if! Writ* me today Information FREEI their pastor RfV. r. M. Hudspeth, £fe. No caaa heron 4 iff Write mi today. M. WILLLAMS, Ml Berfen At*. JIRSEY CITY. N J. s „ and hia wife with a banquet at the church Tuesday night. Rev. I,owe FRANK E. LEWIS, I'NDER- delivered the doling address. Mrs. TAKER, GARFIELD 72*1. | Kate Hall Green raffled off a fine "Get this straight" | turkey at the St. Paul M. E. Church. Mr. Joe Everhart held the lucky i number. The members of tha P. T. A. gave an entertainment Wednes- day night at St. Paul M. E. Church. Pragram rendered by the school group. A fine table cover was giv- en away; Mrs. A. Bell holding tha lucky number. Services at both churchea were good throughout Sunday. Rev. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER !), SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News HOLD WOMAN AFTER CHASE THROUGH STREETS ATLANTA, G .—(ANP) — Al- tnedi Norwood, 19, who refused McMAHAN'S Ol.l) TIME HAH. H. (J., HOT SAUSAGE BIBS (Ookr.l |hr Okl-Tlmr W«>. snd You'll l.tke It. Cold brink* Also Sfrvnl. Toharcna, Cigar*, ( audita. North Ntw Itrttunfrla \VM. MrMAllAN, Jr., I'mp. to give her addresn, wa.i taken In custody by Radio Patrolmen J. D. Etheridite and J. N. Haley, Satur- day night after they had chased an automobile in which ahe was riding, for several miles. The wo- man was captured after the car she was riding in crashed into a houae. The police were chasing the car because it passed them withoua a taillight. The woman was held on suspicion. Two male companions, rising with her, escaped. COLOR EFFICIENCY .... the new Gas Ranges have everything. Watch for announcements of the GAS RANGE SHOW to be held at Public Service Building soon. There'll be special inducements w*Wk Smvke &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

*AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REv/lSTBR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF (ACM WKK (* 1 TMI REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office 207 N. Center St. PHONI CATHEDRAL 1711- P O SOX 371 SAM ANTONIO TEXAS tNTIHtO AS SICONO-CLASS MATTER MA* B l JI AT THE POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNOER ACT OF MARCH J IS78 ADVERTISINO RATES FURNISHCO ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I YEAR. 12 00. • MONTHS t' 23 SINGLE COPY Sc. NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B IIFP CO. CHICAGO. NEW YORK LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY ANO LAGOS. GOLD COAST Af PICA VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINEO. CRAWFORD. D. H. THORNTON 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 B* WEDNESDAY NOON TO APPE«R IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRIT. TEN ANO ON ONLY ONE SIDE OP COPY SHEET THE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1034 When Poison* Clog KIDNEYS and Irritate Bladder SAN 'ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVK JUST DO THIS fie to your druggist today and get •his safe, swift and harmless diuretic and tllMulanl - n k for Gold Medal Hairl m OH Capsules amj ittM at onr<, to flush kldue)a of waste matter sain rated with acids and poison a. That's the way to brlni about healthy kidney activity and atap that bladder Irritation whlrh often causes scanty pas- «llh iniarllnl and hurnln, aa writ •• rfitlm nights. It m nih r thr kldn'va nflrn n.M flmhlnn aa ai.lt as th, bosa.la, and mi, i>-mptoma of kMn r wenhneae arfi f t- llnj up once or Isike durlni thr night - iraf/y eyea-crampa In lr(-herkerh# and moist palms. But be sure and get HOLY) MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules the original and genuine . right from Haarlem In Holland-the nrlce la small tt cents,*. thr good result! w||| fulfill your expectations. Ad No. 22—2 Int. x 60 linn Sensational NewDiscovery CROWS HAIR M THREE QUICK STACKS or No Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

r r AGE SIX SAfl ANTONIO REGISTER mroAT, November n, 193* BSOMMERS J) 'WAGNERS Houston Street at Brodawa) SPECIALS For Friday, Saturday and Monday Only BROMO QUININE, Grove's, 35c Size 24c Boste't Tooth Pajte, Largest Size 32c Squibbs' Mineral Oil, Largest Sire Bl'c Cashmere Bouquet S^ap, Former 25c Sue 3 for 25c C. S. U., for Cuts, Burns, etc. 27c and 4Uc Jl.00 PETROLAGAR __ 84c 50c Phillip's Milk of Magnesia 34c Listerine, Largest Size Ovaltine, Large Six* 57c $1.50 Agarol . f nw $1.50 Pinkham's Vegetable Cumpound f' 00 25c SEGAL BLADES (5s) 15c With One Trial Blade Free 50c Lyons' Tooth Powder ____39c 35c Corega 27c 50c Kolynos Tooth Paste 54c 50c Salomint Tooth Paste **<• 83c $1.00 Pepsodent Antiseptic 35c VINCE 35c Medisalt Powder 49c Squibbs Tooth Paste 50c Forhan's Tooth Paste 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush ._ 25c Dr. West's Paste, two tubes. 35c VICE'S NOSE DROPS 75c Baume Bengue 25c Hill's Cascara Quinine - Hoc Pertussin 75c Vapex 33c _. 27c 33c 39c _39c _ 33c !4c 25c Blac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1934 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER EAC Chairmen to aid Housing Program fAGE SEVfcrt IjUIW YORK—(ANP)_Th« Fed l±' aral government will um the I National Urban Leajue'a Emergen- J V Advlaary Councils for Keirou It* help its effort. In ipreadlnf In- Iformatloii about tha Better Hou - ling Prorram amonr colored home |«wnera of tha country. Thia co-operklion wan aiiured during tha pant week when a let- CREOMULSION I #55 riSSS tar came to t. Arnold Hill, Acting executive secretary, from w. d. Flandara, director of the field di vision of tha Federal Housing ad minlatration, Mr. Hill had prevously queried Mr. Flanders' department about the possibility of using the chair- men of the eac'a in 201 cities of the country as liaison officers to acquaint colored home owners with tha advantages of tha govern- ments home Improvement program and to prevent any posslbilie dis- crimination in the aervices which Negroes receive. c. c. Spauldlng, head of the North Carolina Mutual Life Insur- a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 November 1934

fWT*> , PMi ' I PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER r niOAT, NUVKMBER 9, 19S- a CAKE DAY At The Cooking School WAS A SUCCESS" Said Mrs. Van Tuyl THIS IS ALWAYS TRUE WHEN I USE . . . T v TEXAS lONEER If-.* * Pioneer White Wings Flour 4an kiToiio. rex PIONEER It's Always Most Dependable t PIONEER. White winGS LA PALOMA white wings (FLOUR MILLED FROM THE FINEST SELECTED WHEAT BY THE MOST MODERN" METHODS — IT'S SMOOTH, FINE. EVEN TEXTURE INSURES BAKING SUCCESS. SOLD BY YOUR GROCER — FRESH AND CLEAN AFTER CAREFUL TESTS IN OUR LABORATORIES AND BAKING KITCHEN. TRY PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOl'R FOR YOUR NEXT BAKING PIONEER FLOl'R MILLS DAILY CAPACITY 3000 BARRKLS Guenther Street San Antonio EMMANUEL A. M. E. < HIRCH Dr. P. E. Womsck, who wt call- td by the Bishop of Texas to take charge of Reedy Chapel, the Mo- ther Church of the state, in Gal- veston has returned to take charge of Emmanuel Church here. Dr. Womack left a host of friend* and well wishers and his return is be- ing hailed with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

Coming! I ETTA MOTEN Stage, Screen and Radio Star Coming!! Presented by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority-*LIBRARY AUDITORIUM, Friday, DECEMBER 7,1934 □ m Saw Ajvtojwio Register A Weekly Paper Dedicated to RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. IV—No. 30 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 5c PER COPY GOOD-WILL FLYERS OFF ROSENWALD FUND GIVES, HALF MILLION TO AID MANY PROJECTS Makes New Study of Southern Education, Aids Demonstrating of Rural Libraries; Surveys Primitive Peoples Fourteen Students to Spend a Year in School to Observe and Report Findings Chicago.—(anp)—Report for the past year of the Julius Rosenwald Fund Just issued by Edwin r. Embree, President, shown expenditures for the year of just under one million dollars, the ex- act figure being $956,069. Of this total {426,774 went into payment of principle and interest on bank loan and other fiscal obligations, the remaining {529,295 represents gifts to various aspects of the Fund's philanthropic work. The chief donations were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

PACE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1934 NEWS AND HAPPENINGS IN TEXAS COMMUNITIES Victoria News Mrs. A. Rc«« died in the "Across ft. Rivfr" addition. Rev. Joshua Mnductcd th« funeral services. Mrs. Mary F!ls Avery died after 1 stroke at her home on North Navarro St. Funeral arrangements lot complete. Mt. Salem opened S. S. with a jood attendance. Visitors from Go- d.-u! were in the day service. Mt. Calvary S. S. opened with Its officers prehent. Review by \ club will sponsor an entertainment | Saturday night. All are urged to : com*. Palestine Service ran high Sun- day. Rev. Johnson spone in the norning service and Rev. Powers, brother of Mrs. Atwcod, preached the night service. The B. T. S. un- 'ler President K. M. Timmon is ■ponsoring a social on Thanksgiv. | ing#. The Webster Chapel S. S. was opened with Mrs. 0. A. K!t- chcn as Supt. There were no morn- i"g services due to the absence of the pastor. Rev. L, J. Dunning* preached the night service. Mrs. L. A. Branch g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

FRIDAY, NOVEMRER lfl, 1034 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE School News DE PRIEST OFFICE DAMAGED BY FIRE Wheatley Defeats Austin In Hectic Game 30-19 "All things come to him who Walts." After several years of dis- appointment San Antonio football fans are this week celebrating and commenting on the sensational last-minute victory scored by Coach ; "Fats" Lowery's Lions over their j ancient rivals, Anderson High of Austin. Heralded beforehand as the classic of the season this game lived up to all the advance dope. Bands, pep-squads, pretty co-eds, dapper young men, staid business men, 'and handsome matrons, all blended to make this annual meet- ing of the old rivals most pictur- esque. The game which was a spec, tacular exhibition of "open" foot- ball converted many folks who ?ame originally just to be there. Anderson scored first from the two yard line when the ball-car- rier fumbled just as he was cross- ing the line of scrimmage but re- covered in time to catch Wheatley off balance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN AVTONTO REdlSTP.P FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 Editorials, Opinions and Features SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right. Justta and Pcogreu PUBLISHED fftlDAV OF CACH WIIK BV THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY Office 207 N. Center St PHONE CATHEDRAL 1721-P. O BOX 372 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS CNTEftCO AS SCCO NO-CLASS MATTf MAY 9 1S31 AT THf POST OFFICE AT SAN ANTONIO TEXAS UNOE* ACT OP MARCH 3 1(170 ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I VIA*. 12 00; • MONTHS SI 29; SINGLE COPY 9c NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES W B ZIFF CO. CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LOS ANGELES ROCHESTER KANSAS CITY AND LAOOS. UOLO COAJST AFRICA VALMO C. BELLINGER. JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWK0RD_ D. H. THORNTON J. A. JAMES J. W. HOLLAND W. L. WALKER Pre indent-Treasurer Secretary-General Manager Editor .Advertising Manager -Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor ALL SfWI MATTI SHOULD BE IN OUft OrCICl BY WZDNESDAr NOON TO AP C I IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTtR MUST ■( PLAINLY WHIT- TEN AND...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

.'RIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER mdE PTVR NUMBER 4 (Continual from psgr I) of his address, that "the Negro •• • race has a glorious past, a great future and should be included in the building of a greater culture f tomorrow." He made a brilliant plea for intellectual Uvea dedicat- ed to the eervice of humanity and decried alleged materiallim of the present day. Dr. Clark apoke in a witty and phiioaophlcal vein and wai fre- quently applauded by the audience which filled every available >eat in the apacioua auditorium. The South- ern University prexy praised cul- tural growth, educational progress, reduction of illiteracy and the growth of an intelligent Negro ministry. Miss Oralee Baranco of the Jones Normal School expressed the opin- ion that the Negro must study and train to cope with modem indus- try and the modern state. She said present day industrial education, as taught in many ef the leading echoola of the country, fails to pre- pare Negroes for current cond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 November 1934

TAGE SIT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1934 SOCIAL NEWS - CLUBS - WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES QHbmt IntHhthut SOMMERS waonehs <v^>) Houston Street at Brodaaay SPECIALS For Friday, Saturday and Monday Only PONDS FACE POWDER Maria Ttlcum .. ■ Korcjra —■ ■■ J. & J. Talc Menncns Bahy Oil —... JERGENS LOTION Baby Perry Meads Cereal - — Lucky Tiger 42c 19c 27c 19c 39c SOc Wildrnot Wave Set Vicka Salve -36c S*e 69c 79c 44c 24c LADY ESTHER CREAM Pertussin Inner-lean —— Caroid & Bile —— - Phennla* Saccharine Tabu l.., Grain 57c 25c 49c 45c 59c 21c 27c FROSTILLA - - 31c Tape's Cold _ — 75c Noxpma -. „ — ponds Cream — ———-— Pacquin Cream — Lady Esther Powder — . .. —__ Ml'M 29c 29c 49c' 39c 74c 74c O. J. Lotion Java Powder M'deisal* —— Dextri Maltose - Syrup Fi|r.« _ Horlick's Malted - 51c 37c 29c 57c 42c 76c Niffht School Open at Douglass High The C. W. A. night school Is open at Douglas High School for adult* from 16 years of age up. The following courses are offered: Litera...

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