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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 February 1936

■' I KP < PACK KM HIT BAN AiriD.NIU KBUlSTKIt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1036 & r LOU HOLSTbtfN .UVEAL* IIv Tk \ iM riwtr«l Pwm XKW YORK—Nolle® that hU lawyers have flle«l an appeal from tha tfarfcyoar NUtdct dealt out taut mork to Cmtpar Holatttn on n ch'irgp of conducting a Btuntorf hank, with hearing a.«ko<i for an early date, was taken under ad- visement by the court The world usually | uah(3 a roan the way he make* up hi* mlml to go. If going up. It pufthefl hlin up: !f gclng down. It punhea him down—gravitation, however, mak* Ing the upeed gmUer on the de- cline. CHURCH NEWS B3T1IKL A. M. K. CHllCH Rev. .1. W. Hirif), r lof V.'llO K .v« Ilttlo hilt .lex-* gt*at thing* for the church. Vlsltorj arc always welcome. Sunday School with the P. E.. I>". Aliingtou present. The *;c- nml i|H rterljr conference *a« held a; Bethel Sumlay and Monday night. The presiding elder of the San Antonio District, Itev. C >IT. VKAKAT BAPTIST ( HI Ki ll B«v. 8. L. Ih is, P *t«r Dr. DuBois Fx...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

rr r THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE 8AN ANTONIO NE\ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Saw ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS PERSONAL LOANS 1 SI* U (50 Money fur Aut# U- rrntri. Firestone Tim and Ar via Radio* Sold on Easy Trn Magnolia Finance Co. Sl« Main Ave—117 Solrdad St. (Steven* Store*) VOL. 6—NO. 43 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, PKlsill'ARY 28, 1036 5c PER COPY. Dr. John Hope Pres. of Atlanta University,Passes Pneumonia Claims Veteran Leader And Educator ILLNESS SHORT Entire Life Devoted To Education of Negro Youth <*|i«lal l« Baa Antonio Hr(Mrr) ATLANTA, Ga—Dr. John Hope, pre*ident of At- lanta university since 1929, and for twenty-five year* the head of Morehouse College, died Thursday afternoon, from pneumonia, after an illness of lens than a wn-k. Ho ffM In bis alxty-elghth rear. President Hope, long recognized a> one of tbe foremost leaders of tbe Negro race and one of Its out- •landing educators, had devoted lila entire life, since graduation from Brown University In 18W. to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

r mik i wo 1 ^ i oaiv. A iuniu njsuisi&it 1 I 1 FRIDAY, FKBRUARY 28, 1936 L TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS f Beriias News TUe Lrap Year Social given t the 1I..|m-«cU school last Thursday ni;tit waa <iulte n success in spite „f*ii.o ihriutenlng weather. I, l'olden dellghlnl Ilurn- tbe «• !« ivllli an Initiation of Amos n An- 1 Till' Walker 1'onnty Rural KrUoul ehorM muter the direction of Prof. K E. James la making li progress and will I" m> for the Interseholastlc ne, March 2ft The boy rtet wllh l'rof. James as ill- n ir a.in1; at ihe M E. Church utu>| time. In An lerson ou a Lincoln s birth- ,luy i!rive for Wiley College. n weak end vlaltora at their rcspcct- Iva homes. Miss Mae Ktta Jonea la very 111 at the home of her mother, Mr*. Chariot Jonea. Mrs. K. E. Carter and Vrv Bertha Cnrry are alao on the alek llat thla week. Both of the twin aona of Mrs. Mella Vanlti died and were hu- rled in Ihe city cemetery. The mother la doing nicely. qnar j Globe Hill | ! Communit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

FttlPAY; KKHKUAHY 28, 1936 SAN ANTONIO KJSU1BI*.K 1-AUJS 1I1KEE Unheralded Race Jumper Breaks World Record To tie Champion Johnson at National A. A. U. Meet WORLD OF SPORTS By FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS HK WHIPPED TWO MKN IS HAMK NIUHT CHICAGO.—In tb«ac J«J« of boxers who light only when <he century plant blooms, this yarn •bout Oscar Uankln, the redheaded sepia middleweight title contend- er, seems like a fairy tale to be classed with gasoline at ten cents a gallon, and eggs at a nlckle a I merely quote Larry Mor- rison, nankin's manager, who iweari bis boy fought two men In two feature bouti the same ring, same night. A* t*5 story goes, a few months ago In Detroit, Kankln was to •how his stuff on a card featuring four ten rounders. The Callfornl- an stopped bis white opponent Manuel Vlttorlo, In the Initial frame, and was In the dressing room taking his shower when the promoter came and asked him to go on in the final bout. He was to sub for Tom Patrick, who had been booked, but who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

( V PAUB fOUH Y SAN ANTONIO KKUUjTKK t- KlUAY, KKBBUARY 28, 1936 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Joitica, and Projresa ri uuaau ramai or bac* irm it thr keoistkr publishing COMPANY orrica ear nohth cK.vnra arum rnoNB ciTimuL ivai . . r. o. box av SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS i-„. , i >< -.coml-elaaa matter Mar t. 1M1. *t the Pott Offtea at Saa AnlSiui " «« pilar AM of Marrh I. H7 . Advartlalna rate, furnished on SSSrtSwS rataa: 1 yaar. ItOII; « mooUia. |l. i log'* copy, tc. Contributions Editorials Tid Bits From The Week's News NATIONAL AOVimWM IW «IIT4T1V« W ■ tit lot amokus. aocMurai. «a*«a« citt ano la tl rw CO* CHICAOO. NtW 3OS. OOCO COAST. AFRICA. VA1.MO a BELLINGER... JOSKPHINE <1 CRAWFORD- 0. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES S. B. JONES — j. W HOLLAND President Secretary Managing Editor .Advertising Manager _ClrculntIon Manager —Contributing Editor > L .1.1 mATTtft SHOULD K I* SU* OFTIC* BY TU« 0 * NOON TO '"«« l" irll «««•• MATT.. MUtT « PLAINLY W..TT.N ND ON ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

r I I 4JAN AN TUN iO tUSUliJTKU pxoa riVK INTHE SHADOW OF IKE STARS By-flbbe' UJaUace tooNom MwwmrSTOi mc awemcau arsae fr * Sfe. NOTE:—Your questiou will be answered KKKK in this folumn ONLY when a clipping of thin column is enclosed with YOUH QUESTION, YOUR KULJ, NAMK, BIKTIIDATK, and COHRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cent* and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREK QUESTIONS. Send all letter* to Abbe Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P O. Box 872, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■' ■ r. Wlien my husband star* out late, l« he with a lady? Am: Voir husband stays out nil i a girl . . . hut SHE IS NO LADY. Neither dors he have any tvron* Intuitions aboiil her. The attitude >uu take toward Jour hushand's runnlmf around Is en- tirely (he ttroni: kind. K. It. J.—Will I ever hare any children? I hare alreaily been married a year, and there are no si Its s of any yet? Ans: Vnu have quite...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

1 ' fi PAUB SLi SAN AMTUniO IUSUI8TKR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1936 § O € II IE T Y Alamo City I Jr. Missionary Society Tin' Phyllis Wln'atlcy Charity Organization . . . one of Alamo City's outstanding clubs . . . was host to more than two hundred of the city elite last Thursday evening, Feb- ruary '.Ml. at its annual reception at beautiful Y. W. C. A. . . . The club'* colors . . . pink and green . . . were used effectively in the pretty decorative scheme . . . trailing greenery and beautiful cut flowers turning the place into a veritable flower garden ... An enjoyable program was rendered and delicious refreshments served from a gor- geous lace covered table which held as its central adorn- ment a low bowl fdled with carnations, roses and fern . . . Amusing games were enjoyed . . . and it was Ql'ITE late when the enthused guests departed, somewhat reluctant- ly .. . Mrs. M. F. McCowan is president of the group. • • • • • Friday night the Lions held the spotlight at Library Au- ditorium...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

f FIUUAY, FJBBttUABY 28, 1936 SAN ANTONIO BW3I3TER • s\*trj OBVBN JSL LJ ALAMO CITY BRIEFS III nm WeHui Mr*. I.#ona Utile John, 133 Can- ton Htntt, to «P • attack of luttupuu Which kept her con- fine I to b*d for three werti. ♦— Improving m Mr . Au*a«( lUrrU, operator "t the 81. Hair Beauty Shop, Yjnflned to bed by Inrtnenis for the p* t ten days, U reported to lie Improvln* satisfactorily at lier home, 208 ('actus Btreet. - ■ ♦ Influents Miss Dilsy Jones, #22 K.inth J'ine .Street, 1s reeuperatlug from attack of lulltienta. 1 Firm Fort Worth Urt Katie Mctlowau, Kort Worth, la WtlB« In the city, guer.t of Mrs. Walter Green, 317 t'actua Street. ♦ Coiiflnril io Hed Mr*. Minnie Sledge, la confined co l>?4 by lllneaf, at itie bi,me of Iter daughter on Indiana Street. *— To MarcH (ira CUy Mra. Ilritton Smith, 411 Eaat Mullierry, left the city la«t week for New Orleans. Louisiana. where alic will remain for about leu ilaya. * Card ol Thank* Mr". 11 ugh lt< I Kirn and family take thla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 February 1936

1 l'aus iwn r 19 Alt KEU1STB& #*IUAT, FKBKDAKY 28, l 3fl PIONEER gS tfMk WHITE fCI fSijwiNGSL^ 111 PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO TtXAS Charge Officials With Negligence As Prisoners Die FRANK E. LEWIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR GARFIELD 7281 ■trlckea wltb pneumonia, kept them In the camp >0 long that recovery, when they rrcnlnalljr were carried to the ho«pttal, waa lm|KM«lt>le. Attorney Sandora de- clared Tuesday that be could aub- •tantlate tbeae charges. LADIES HEEL TAPS 15c Pair HAMMOND'S SHOE REPAIR GARFIELD 4943 446 E COMMERCE ST. STAFFELS 321-323 E Commerce St. >an tntonio, Tr\a« Certified Seeds—Cut Flow- ers and Plants—Chemicals W. T. HARRIS The Radio Doctor A Trained Nerro Radio Service Man C. 2771 S?3 E. Crockett St. Men Under "Intolerable Conditions" too Ix>ng For Recovery Br The AuorlntfJ * r« Pr M 0A8T0NIA, N. C.—Followlug an Inreatlgatlon ot the deatha of John McMoore and Alex Uneberg- er, two conrlcta who died In a hospital at Charlotte from tllne«« contracted I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

1 this firm a MEMBER the san antonio new CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Satst atvtots ig Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS vol. 6—no. 44 PERSONAL LOANS SI* to *J0. Mow)' tor A«to Li- censes. Firestone Tires and Ar- vl Kjulion Hold oil Eur Terms. Magnolia Finance Co. SI# Main Ave—117 Soledad St (Stevens Store*) Hollins, Fearing Death, Will Not Appeal His Case Takes Life Sentence, Not Because Guilty, But From Fear THANKSNAACP Knows It is Not Possible To Be Given Justice in Okmulgee Courts B U-L-L-E T I N NEW YOKK.—The fight far the freedom of JfM Hollins, ronilrlnl I third lime In Okla- " homa 01 a charge ol criminal assault, will be rontlaaed by Oklahoma attorney! arting for the N. A. A. C. P, It h*s been aanoaneed here. The legal bat- tle will be continued, despite the fact that llolllns ha* signed a mora statement say- Inc that he la eonlent to serve • life sentence because he fear* that a new trial aright result In the death verdict. Cecil E. F. Robertson, of Mus- kogee, Oklahoma, the colo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

ntK two 8AN ANTONIO REOISTEH CBSES • KIM DA V &IAKUT 6, lm TEXAS COMMUNI | San Angelo News Tfat Jolly Maker* Social Club was defeated by tho All-Star ground girl* by tbe tune of 11-14 in a At ei Hempstead news Jol sort - l>all game lift week, ance at the play ground U y growing. t> nn\y families are rery nl to the member* of the Makers CUT for f«*xl and . douaU'd them during tbe Mt. Corinth Church opened it .f.p urtunl hour. fluprrlutendeiu Hudspeth was at hi* post of duty. Rev. KohiiiHOU reviewed the leaaon very distinctly. The *ervlcea throughout the day were highly en- Joyed. licthtehem M. K. Church School o|ieueil at the uaual hour. Services throughout the day were very inspiring. Hev. McDonald* a«l ministered the Lord's Supper. Mr. au«l Mrs. 1*. V. Roberta who reside at «>l South Pine Street, San An- tonlo, the week end with pas week. Mr. and Mrs. Joahua KuightjMr. and Mra. K. L. Kilpatrick. par* adtUd their names to the list of ent* of Mrs. Kol crta. . .. . The So...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

- - ' mmm FRIDAY MARCH 8, 1936 JAN ANTONIO RBOBTER fMJK TMKEE * I % Alamo League All-Stars Upset Sam Huston Dragons; Teams Play Again Tonight,Tomorrow in Austin WOHLD OF SPORTS Br FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS THKY STILL ARIil'K ON JOB LOIIS'S MASTER CHICAGO.—When tbtre'i uoth- log pIm to do, out here they argue on Just which ot flittana'i lUt of lln( gladlatora could put an end to Mr. Jowph Louli Harrow, tin to ung bawrywelfbt to end all hurrwalgfaU. If* good fun, jou know, and It glrea everybody a dkance to air hl« rlewi. But of coui-m nothing can erer he done almut It. Joe la here today and the other lada hare come and (one. HtIII, I don't mind a little argu- ment now and then. But l eforc I go further, I might as well admit that Joe won't be at hi* naallMt antll four or live year* from now, anil that Lortnto Pack, who la a Couple of yearn younger than Joe and a bad man In bis owu right, la definitely in the picture for fu- rore trouble. The aamo may be for Otla Thomas, although la now -*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

PAUE POUR dAN ANTONIO HKUISTEK FKillAT m. 1 «, 1WM SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A PuliI iput inn rWio « d t Right, Justicc, sad PiogiMg rinuano ckidai or «*cn wik at TITE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY omci iot miwtii crxnr* BTRtrr rHONK CATHBDRAL Hill . • T. O. BOX STI SA.N ANTONIO. TEXAS [Contributions Editorials FEATURES l!nt«r«>4 ai Mcond-claw matter May &. 1 !1, at tha Poat Offtca at • Antonio. Teaan. under Act of March J, 1*71. AdvartMag rata# furulahad on icqu.AL Subscription mm: 1 rear. « M; • o U*. |L1 ; aln<U copy. le. NATIONAL AOVCTTIB1NO RfmtlNT ATTVM W. ■ tire CO.. CHICAGO. Nt« TO* los ANblLlI, dochotih, k A NAAI CITY ANO LAO OA. OOLO COAST. AFSlCA. VAI.MO C B BLUNDER— JOSEPllLVE O. CUWrOID. r. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAKES — 8. U. JONES J. W HOLLAND J*rMl(1«nt Secret nrjr Managing Editor .Advertising Manager .Circulation Manager —Contributing Editor Calvin Says— A WEEKLY COLUM\ OF COMMENTS By FLOYD J. CALVIN n f$r the Big Battle Next Fall all niwi marraa should ac in our orric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

friday march «, m« "... 4 INTHE SHADOW Of THE STARS 6t/ -flbbe' U)al lacs^ ■unqw MrMTA|ist on Tut Awwca^^c KAN ANTOMO lUWWTJUJ j paoi nri NOTE:—Your question will be answered FKEK In tliia column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR PULL NAME, BIRTIIDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- flre cent* and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and rcceivo l>y return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Ahbc Wallaec, enre of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 872, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. A. M. II.—My husband and I mu't seem to get along togetlier. lipase toll me what I should do! Ans: Von and yonr hnshsnd are irrtting • littlf tired of each oth- rr, and "red a rhungc. I suggest thai you try to go off to school I III* summer, and thing* *111 be mar* pleasant when ynu rrtarn. T. L. I).—Who had Ix-en wear- ln| the garment lujr friend gave we for Christmas? Aim: The garment y*ur Mend KHV y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER o c ii ie t ¥ Alamo City FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1U3# ncjs 110 HUM! 'Ti< «]>ritiir. ray dcahs ... I saw a blue bird this mawnin,' ami I'm suffering from all the symptoms of spring fever .... I wanna' roam the wide open spaees ... eat a nice woodsy steak . . . and otherwise be LAZY . . . but there seems to be as much work around me as USUAL . . . and • while my more fortunate sisters ean run around and ehase butterflies, I suppose I'll have to embrace a typewriter and be satisfied . . . Ah me! . . . But then on the other hand, maybe my feeling is a little bit premature, for after all it's March, and when you get right down to it, there's little to be said for it . . . one never knows when it will decide to make itself manifest and start blowing its horn .. . and when it starts blowing what becomes of your IIAT and your TEMPER is YOUR business . . . But anyway, I'm fed up with winter . . . and that's THAT! • • • • • I'm still taking my vacation by DEGREES ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

FRIDAY.MARCH «, ma I SAN ANTONIO rP^015™* FAUli SEVEN ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Hor^rin* Celebration Tuesday, Nmur 2S. *«' Lud'a roung" •*' •■••milled In |ho kMM of Mr. and Mr*. Rim <ut>> <'ii<1all for the pirriuii.. of .I'lpln* ("ranees and Eilward Kujr- fcondiill celebrate their hlrtlulajr Iwllli a joint party. Ilanrlnf «n<I Ifurd playing w*rc anjoyed by all. |a delicious luncheon w«« served land on assortment of candles were lesten throughout the evening. ■ The younger net danced until the | nee hours of the morning. The I end <amo all too *oon, and ao I with sad fa cm, happy hearts and llired feet, the gueata bid each I other good night and each ex- I jircMed to the hostess ai having I enjoyed the evening. Thoac enjoy- ling the hoMpltallty of the gracious I liosteas were n* followa: Misses I^atress Rogen, Bertha Eads, Joyce McMurry. Lorraine anl Ida Kirby, Inea Hly, Charlea Etta | Themes, Cora Vann, Tommle lyjtt. I.llllan Kuykeudall Alvll Gulluie- nol, Albert Johnao...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 March 1936

PAGE EIGHT PIONEER^ (Mi WHITE Pui |$3 WINGS gy ffrJj FLOUR E3 Jral PIONCEP FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO TIXAS SEKVKS ON QKOBGI.4 Jl RV Ht Ihr AiwIlUd Nffrro rrr | MACON, lia.—For the Br t time since Reconstruction Days, a X*- Itro served on a Jury lo lilbb County here Wednesday when Richard Calhouu ut on a jury In cliU ivuii. Calhouu'* name was the 8r t drawn from the jury box, and attorney* for both sides Agreed with th« selection, marking perhaps the ft rut time that a mem- ber of the Negro rare had served on a Jury In thla section on a cane where only whltea were In- volved. CHURCH NEWS 1ST. JAMBS A. M. E. ( Ill R( II Rev. E. W. Marian, Paatsr Sunday School opened at the Usual hoar with Superintendent mid teachers at their post At U o'clock the pastor came forth with a very Inspiring message which mused us to think, then thereby being benefited. The choir was at Ita best with Its new organ Is', Mrs. Edmonaon. The A. C. E. I..skim was held at 8:3*0 p. with the president and h«r faith- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

\ ' ■ • s I / THIS FIRM A MEMBER TUB 8AN ANTONIO NEW UHAMJtftJt UJr UUMMB&CI Sat* Aktokio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE PROGRESS PERSONAL LOANS tit to IS*. Monty for All* U- enun. Firestone Tires and At- via Radio* SoM mi Easy Term*. Magnolia Finance Co. il# M.ln 4 *-J!7 Solclai St. (Stevens Stores) VOL. 5—NO. 45 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY; ill ARCH 13, 1930 'Bama Cops Use Pistols to Detain Ind. Legislator Birmingham Officers Hold Indianans On Tour STATE SORRY Lt.-Governor Apologizes, Issues Official Letter Of Protection By Tk« AMotlaUd IVcrro Prcit INDIANAPOLIS, Ind— Fow * he and his party were Marched at gun point by two policemen in Birmingham as "counterfeiters" because they had money and a fine c$r, and the subsequent apology by Llcntenant Governor Thomas Knight, Jr., of Alabama, prosecu- tor In the Seottsboro trials, and Xnlcht'a Issuance ot a 'letter of protetf ion," was revealed on the return here from Tuskegee last week of Henry J. Richardson, Jr., Negro member of the Indian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

i.h TVfru ■3AN A N TUN m KEUiaTKH =±=*= FK1IJAY, MAKCH 13, jy, .. 2 n TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS Pleasanton News j . - ■ > —■ Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of ;«u Antonio will render a men's iy program Sunday at 3:00 p. March 22 at the I'loasanton rtaptlst Church, Rev. Q. T. Bur- ,.y, pastor. I.uuch wilt be served u the church lawn at 1:00 p. m. Sunday School opened at the usual hour at the l'leasauton Bap- st Church. The lesson was night by Kev. .1. 1'. l'rlestley and jrleved by Brother John Jack- in. At the morning seviccs the istor, Rer. IX W. Smith, prcach- 1 from the lobject: "Forgetting Isclples." After the morning rvtces, Rev. J. P. Mosely and Irs. Mpbvlla Maim arere Joined i holy wedlock at fhe church, lev. Smith officiated. B. T. S. it 0:20 p. m. A pic eating con- it lietween Messrs. Harry Jack- iii and Alfred Wallace was held, farry Jackvia won. At t* ■ 'i1 p. m. the pastor dellver- I Another splendid message. • uhject: "Christ llwelling Within, isitors were Mrs. T....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 March 1936

■;- : • Jj i ;■( «AN ANTONIO KEULSTHJ / 1'AUB THKEB ntlPAY, MAKUHI^mB L - - i rmrn . g • . .. . "JIWA1 ./'ISSesr ■ Jk"-. a.-c; • •«i.. -M « R T ■-m. WORLD OF SPORTS v FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS !V CBV "PREJUDICE" LESS THKIK HEARTS! S1CAGO.—It oem« tlmt a I many of the sepia brethren id aleepless nights trying to something they can class as judlce against lis cullttd t" I refer to charges now be- hnrled freely that the short lUCr dashes are being relegat- to the background at Indoor k meets. ccordlng to thii theory, the ;er race*. ueh as the mile, | Ire all the publicity and the 01 r-up In the white press. The rt race, are Ignored or grudg- y mentioned, ay tho#o Great do, Iwcavwe dnsky ^ Stars alt a the throne. here U only one minor flaw In complaint. And that li the liglble fa:t (?) that n. rate around OH yards la too short be Interesting If a spectator ns or even lillnks bis eyes, the it la started and over, and has to Utke somebody else's d fi)r what happened. On the •r band, the mile o...

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