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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 May 1936

■ t nil/.tl, KIAI I, 13u, ■SAN AMTUNIU fm'HSTEIl PAGE SKVI ALAMO CIT¥jBRlEffS Murrlrd Onletljr Mis* Florence I.uvu was niarrlcil quietly to Mr. Carlton I'olk Wednesday evening, Ai>rll at the resident o£ LImj lirlilt'i inoth cr, 1020 Loiulirnuo Street. Hev, ' o. 1 Mikes officiated. Visiter Mr,. I*. I* l ook, Forth Worth, •ji.<ut the pa t week end In the illy rlsltlng Iter sitter, Mrs. 0. V lllllui*. 101H Louibrano Street. Hlio left Monday (or her home. ♦_ Conduct, Meet Klder I'ariow of Fort Worth Is In the city conducting a spiritual meeting for Kfder Uennett, whose church Is located ou- Huberts and Nurth Ztraamora Streets. 4 Here (or VI*U Mrs. Mattle Harrl* spent the pa«t mouth In tho city, vlxltlng relatives and Mends. She was the house guts', of her ulster. Mrs. A. A. Dixon, 1502 North Zaraa- mora Street. 1 (hi Sick 1.1st IJttle Kitty I tale Samuels of 1319 Northwest lDtli Street Is able to lie up again from an Injury sus- tained a few day, ago. ¥■ Confined to Home Magallne ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

PAUJfc hlUIlT PIONEER WHITE fl? WINGS \m WINGS FLOUR yt£$nd*{'i PIONEER FLOUR MILL'S SAN ANTOWO, TtXAS I.KWKS WO.0IH) RSTATB By The Ai.oclutrd * *ru FrtM NEW HAVEN, Conii.—Levi Mo- L&tnb, one of lbl clty'i proiuiuent hu.tDt*** luvii ai.'l a Llchlj rc upcclrf aifiubor cf (he cuniuiuiil- ty, pmwd away lust ivwk leav- ing, It l« «alrt, nn estate valued at $00,000. He nwuej stock lu va- rious Connecticut enter[>ri«c.. Tin widow ami two daughter! survive. Mcl.amli was n native of Fort Itaruwell, N'nrtli Carolina, and cauie North with liU two brolhrrn, years ago. 3tt Clltc Liberian Visitor, 0 • ■■ SAN ANTON O REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1936 KhLLK, Mi*- Ada, dl>J May 2, limil, at the Santa Rosa Hos- pital. Funeral arrange meat* not i-oinplt-ted. Collins Kiiuer- al Home In charge. BAY, Oliver, died In Natalia, Tex- as, May 4. Kuneral May 3. IoIUim Kuneral Home in charge. CHURCH NEWS TKU: VIXE BAPTIST CHIR'.H Wm. Shorter, I'a t«r K Siinilay a. m., wll charge. 1 the lewot gau at llilll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW GHAMBEB OF COMMERCE Sat* Aktokio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS PERSONAL LOANh, $10 to 150. Monr) for Aula Li centra. Firestone Tires a:id V vln Radios Sold oil Easy Terms Magnolia Finance Co. 210 Main Ave—217 Holedad St (Stevens Stores) ,VOL. 6—NO, 4 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1!M 5c PER COPY Youths Find Body Of New-Born Baby Boy in Gravel Pit Body is Wrapped In Ragged, Old Blanket DEAD TWO DAYS Bundle Near Pittman Sullivan Park Yields Corpse ANSWERING an excited call, Saturday afternoon, put in by two youth* that they had "found a Negro baby in the gravel pit" near the Pittman Sullivan Park on New BrUunfels Avenue, Offi- ce™ I.ltUepago *"d Amacker, dis- patched to Investigate what wan at Unit thought to be some fan- tattle I lory from the Imaginations of the youths, found, wrapped In a ragged, old blanket, the tiny body of an obviously premature- ly born baby boy. Examining phy- alclans declared that the Infant bad been dead abou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

T" «wpw«m.W —; " ; V ;e two ^ TEXAS COMMUNITIES! , assa. w i Madisonville i i V Sunday night the congrtgltlon ii -artl an luplrlnx iermon at the Wllaou CtiaiK'l Metbodiit Episco- pal i liurch delivered by Rev. IL l>. Pace. Arransenunt-* are being made ! y the fellow of the lcctl Y. M, t\ A. mtznbtr* lo H; rve their nn>th- w* with a Mothers' l ay Jtreak- fa*t. nc.-ordlng to th lr custom ♦ | mB see .nd place; 'lira, (it'neva Gil more, one tjrst place, two *ee- ond places: Mrs. Katie Hardemon, one first place; Mr. I'harlie Ever- age, two tlrst places; Mr. Aaron HurJ, two tlrst plait*. Services at Gray's Chape), Rev. J. I* #Slack, pastor, ran higli Sunday. Rev. Slack preached throughout the day. Rev. k T. j Word of Rockdale preached at night. Mr. I. i Hnrd. sou of Mr. Aaron Htird and Ml«s Jestk' Hell Hurt on. daughter of Mr. and Mr | Rutrrt Burton were married dur-1 Ing the aervices. f r the past three years. Mr*. Ex a (l«;. dcn is on the >ick list at this writing. Mr. Moses Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1930 BAN AN'It NJU KUUltfrKK ilji ■ M ■ a ■ # ^ •' t w 'Tr^tW -h ' .4 PAGE THREE A -• r — « •- J JK > ' ' ~ - R S3f % Pack Unhurt As Car Turns Over 3 Times WORLD OF SPORTS By FRANK MARSHALL DAYI8 A SPORTS WRITER HAS A NIGHTMARE CHICAGO. — N aturallr. I robbed my eye . 8(111 th re w no reMon at *11 why Jrt« Ow n shouldn't be contettlnf Joe I/Oul* tor the championship of the world, I thought, after a few moment* re- flection. It would take somebody who could run like Owens to last throughout the engagement. Dut on the other hand, why should they be struggling for the Inter- national marble-ahootlng diadem— and before thousands at Madison Square Garden? I took my aeat In the press row. Beside me sat Ixirenso Pack who had brought along a couple Of baked geear and half a turkey to nibble on as be pounded out his ■tory. He explained he wasn't rcry hungry that night. •Til still pay 10,0U0 to any pro- moter who dellrera the body of Joe Louis In the same ring with Lorcnio P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

l'AGK POUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, aud l'rogretu PUBLlBOKO rillDAl or IACH Will BT the register publishing company OFFICE 80? •ft.'imi r WT t vrwKKT O. BOX 372 IAS rilONK CATHEDRAL I7H1 . • P O. ■ SAM ANTONIO. TCI A 8 Entered ae second-tIam matter May 6. Itll. at the Poet Office ut San Antonio, tmu, under Act oC March S. 1H79. Advwtttfag raU furnished on rvqueat. Subscription ratca: 1 year. ll'.OU; < month*. >1..^: <nglo copy, national apvchtisino a wi«a«wTATivia w a nrw co.. chicaoo. niw *o«k. lcs ANCitia. ocmsst«*. kansas city ano laoos, ooto co\st. afwica. VALMO C. BELLINGER — Prealdent JOSEPHINE <). CRAWFORD 0. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES G. K. WILLIAMS 8. B. JONES J W HOLLAND Secretary Managing Editor -.Advertising Manager ...Circulation Manager TUIM III KftUlSI flit " Science, Arts Opinions Contributions Editorials J'tUDAlf, MAf B, 1| . Ass'L Circulation Manager rnntrllmtlDB Editor Sunday Is Mother's Day-Remember Her all niwi matt...

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

FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1!M« SWT AMTOlf'') HJSUlijTiiK fAOB FIVE IN1HE SHADOW OF THE STARS fy/fbbe' U)a I lace •feuwcrtr MenrAnatOM TUie Awtoiom 9wae ft it * * 'fell NOTE:—Your qqeiition will bo answered KUKIS in this column ONLY when a clipping of this column ia enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY Hcnd twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and reccivc hy return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters Jo Abbe ■Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. 8. C. &-FIMH tett mc If I will ewr marry the boy whom I uin going wl'h now? Ans: Your future huHluuiit a|> prir* to I* lx>> • « in 1*11 •nil very dark. Therefore, I be- lieve him to be the boy you lire going with now. Youll be very hufip) toBftber. II. II.—U It worth while for me to continue (olng with tlili boy now? An*: The man you are Koine with has always been nlee to y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

1 tAUB SIA SAN ANTONIO KKQISTER FRIDAY, MAT H, 1936 o C I E T Y Alamo City C^L U IB Activities Monte Carlo Social Club A party wan jfiveil for the club Thursday night, April SO, at Kaln'a lUacc. The place *«< beautifully decorated tn Moute Curio colors and the members wore llielr uniforms with red au Uals. Itrldge was enjoyed durln* the early part of the evening with beautiful prllen going to the win- ners. After bridge, dnticing was enjoyed and delicious refreshments wire served throughout the eve- ning. liuests numbered sixty. Jovial Girls The club met at the resideuce of Mrj*. Kuiiuu Collins, 601 South Olive Street, Sunday. A very lengthy btttineM meeting was held with ten members present. A delicious walad coarse was served with Ice 1 drinks. Next meeting will l>e with Miss Julia Bell, l-lo Elmendorf Stri-et. The club met at the home of Miss Julia Hell. .'H 7 North Cherry Stmt. After a lengthy meeting a delkicu* ice course wa« served. Next meeting will be with Mrs. V. Grad...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 8 May 1936

FK1DAY, MAY 8, 19.1o SAN ANTONIO KB ISTER ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Kft, Hrrnt to MtabtoffT Institute lti v. W. 8. Ilrvnt, puntor of Second 11m p'. Lt I "uuuli, Noi til Centre mid ClMttuot Htrectn, di- i> rtt>d from the city, Tiituduy, iiliiy 5. for Marshall, Texas, where be will attend tbe -ilxth Annual Mill Inters' Institute, conducted by llHbop College, May 0-8. Rev. Ilrent will return to San Antonio, Saturday, May U. ' 1 To >r.rak at St. Philip's •Mrs. C. II. t'krlatlau, Austin, Texas, president of the Htate Fed- eration of Colored Women's Clubs, will speak at Ht. Philip's Juulor College, May 14, at 7 :'M p. m., ac- eor.llng to an auno'incement made hy the local fedurt tlcn this week. The public is urtre I to lie present. At Sintn Hot.* \Ji&. Gussle Meadows was rush- rd to Hnnta Itosa Infirmary early this week, where she Is now rem- aned, seriously ill. * Miss Falrrliild In Colorado Mir* I>. K. Kalrchild, secretary of the l'lne Street Y. W. C. A., and MrJ. C. A. Wliittle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

>r jvL., zz PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTEfc J^ltlDA iT, MAV J 5, lUJb fe PIONEER ga I** WHITE fV' PlWINGSra Ip PIONEER FLOUR MILLS «AM ANTONIO Tl«*i h« Card «t Tliaimn <> * IV a acknowledfe wiUi deep ap- preciation tlie many klmlne« e«, sympathetic words and beautiful floral contributions from all, at the recent deaths of our loved ones, Messrs. Alvin K., and Lister S. Leonard. Mrs. Ida Leonard, wife and sis- ter-ln-law. \V, h. and Karl Leonard, brothers. CHURCH NEWS MT 1I.KA-ANT UAl'TlST CHI Kt II u. Kev. L. K. Brown. Pastor There will be a big ma?s meet- •i,u Sunday, May IT at 3.00 p. m.. Kith ML Calvary, FrUntlnhlp, New Hope, Greater MU Olive and other ■hoirs of the city and good singing hy various clubs and soloists. Headings and interesting talks will also fe ature the program. The pub- lic is cordially invited to be pre*- ent. t'NION BAPTIST CHl'RCH , Rev. J. L. T ylor. Pastor Miss L. I'pton, See'y. Mother's D*y was observed Sun- day with a special program. Al- thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

w • • ■#(*« Till? FIRM A m MEMBER ' TOE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER Or COMMERCE ax row to Register RIGHT • JUSTICE! • PROGRESS PERSONAL LOANS 110 to Money for Ault U rrnnen ClrNton# Tir*« find \f vfn Radios Sold *n Easy Terms Magnolia Finance Co. 210 Main Ave—217 Solcdad St. (Stevens Stores) VOL. 6—NO. 5 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 19,'ltf 5c PER COPYj Race Youth Wins National Oratory Contest in Okla. Ugly Head of Dixie Jim Crow is \ Chonped .'1 IS ONLYISEGRO t (Caleb Peterson, Jr., of New York, Takes^ .• Speech Tourney w H Br Tti AnnrUted Hegro Pr«H AkLAHOMA CITY, Caleb U Peterson, Jr., colored itu dent representing PeeksWU, Hew York, high school, won the dramatic section of the Sixth Rational Speech Tourn anient held here, at Classen High School, from May irt, wllh bin reudlllon of a scene from "Em- peror Jones.' The only Negro entered. Peterson won from white atudmts representing #11 parts of the nation. It was planned originally to broadcast the winning numbers, but this ide...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

\uiE TWO ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIE Li orpus Christi 1 rlKST COS<.KK.<-VriOYU. ( Ill HI II Mother's Oay Prorom A s wtrUil M'ithrr's Onjr program WA9 -erri'd Sunday. May 10, at tb® Unit Church, corner Wlma-tago an I Waco Streets, according to the 1U vert ml Hpurgeon Jay MaytUld, pastor of the church. The church school nu t at 10:00 a iu., under tjiv able Itiulershlp of the llev. It roirrier. director of the tlepart- went of religioua eduction. and a> date pa*:or of the church. The Her. Polrrier took time out to pay special tribute to mothers of the world. He made hit talk ho very interesting that every ?blld *at up and took notice of what he was sayiQf about our mowers. At the 11 o'clock hour, the Her. Polrrit r delivered another fine message on "Mothers." The F rum met at 6:30. and helil a fine discussion on mothers. The Hoy Scouts of Troop i*> were present aud took an active part in the discussion. Mr. I. C. Ker ridce was present and printed certificates to members of Troop N i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

■f" ivijuio i ijii fnUft 111* rKlUAlf. ma it 15, hm> N?i Ten Records Smashed, p. V., Wiley Lads Run Wildat'Skegee Relays SAN ANTONIANONMOUNI) IN BIG EL PASO CCC GAME, MAY 24 By Thf AllMhWJ *'l™ tc8keokb, AU.-Ten record# broiling WORLD OF SPORTS #. By FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS sports in NKliltO COIXKGES chicago.—u* p"« the ma8' cent showlug of Howard Jones of Virginia Union University at tho recent Penn Relays. In which he pole vaulted 13 feet 3 Inches to lie for Mcon.l, the fact that Le had to drop out at that distance 1, a direct reflection upon the typical Negro college lu Its treat- ment of track and Held events James D. Parks, coach at Lin- coln University, (Missouri) haB plenty of pithy comment to make in this subject in the current Op- portunity magailne, stating that In our colleges the emphasis to given almost solely 'to foottall, while the track and Held athlete U left to shift for himself. I will go f oach Parks one bet t«r and say that, despite the prom- inence g'"en Negro ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

\ TAGB FOUR II HAN ANTONIO KKOISTKK SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Bight, Justice, and Progress ruauwtt rifiuiT " «'r win ur THE RKGISTKH PUBLISHING COMPANY t« orric* sot wnirrn ginthi aTH.rr ruoNl CATimuHAi. irai . . r p. bo* tra < SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS L.„. .„.0„a-rias matter Ma* 6. 1911. Rt the Pott Office *t San S TiiuTundir Act of March 3. 1«7 . Adv.rll.in, rate, rurnlahed on SubSrlpuTn ralea: 1 year. .uo: month., II.!.: -si. copy, ^ NATIONAL A DV.BTI .1 NO *. PBC.I NT ATI V *• W . USB CO-. CNICAOO. N.W VOBK, LOS ANGKLF*. BOCH..T.*. «ANaA CITY ANO LA3Q1. POLO CQA T. ASBICA. VA1.MO & BELLINGER JOSEPHINE <>. CRAWFORD. D. J. ANDREWS— ~~ J. A. JAMES — G. K. WILLIAMS S. B. JONES J. W HOLLAND .President Secretnry Managing Editor .Adrertlsing Manager ...Circulation Manager ...Asa't Circulation Manager Cont ribut Ing Editor AL1 S- VV1 Klltll (MOULD BR IN SUB OBB1C. T TV..OSV NOON TO SBB.AB IN iuBB^NT .I.uV N«W. -ATT.B -U,T .1 BLAINLT WBITT.N ANO ON ONLT ON. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

r FRIDAY, MA* 15, 1M3U "TV 3E IN THE SHADOW OT THE STARS 8t/-0bbe. Uallace ItuNGrST Hpktalist CVI H-IC AMEOCAM 9r«e N.0TJ3:—Your question will be answered PUE12 iu tbis column ONLY when a clipping of this column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUIt FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY send twenty- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail my FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send alM t'^rs to Abbe Wallace, caro of THE 8/vN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS II. II. 8.—My husband stays out three and four nlghtu cam week. What !« It that ke*p« him out? Would a chants help me sny? Aim: It unrfly would. Your has- hand l a "|H>ker hound,H and and that's all that be and Ms Kane want to do with their pare lime. It jou ran liresk lilm up with the "mm* at the comer," he will stay heme evinin**. C K. It—Ho you think It wine to carry <>ut my plans? Will It hcip or hinder my future? ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

y i 1 s \ fAUB SIX. ANTONIO REGISTER rKiDAl, MAI M, 1«W6 § 0 C II IE T Y Alamo City Activities Primrose Social Club The club iut't Thursday "Istit at 1022 Delaware Street with Mrs. L. McC'lalu as hostess. The rneet- Intt was op. neil by the president. After the business meeting the evening was siient to playiug Po- kino and dancing. A dellcloua plate lunch aud drinks were serv- ed. iluests numbered twelve. The Mat meeting will l>e at 24." Cant- on Street with Mr. Jimmy Sefas ■a host. _ Original Loyal 13 Social Club The club met in the home of Mrs. J. K. Kosc with Mrs. Hose as After a short business <lw us.« ion. refreshments were serr- f \. Whist was played aud prizes went to Mrs. 1*. Itobert* and Mrs. Ida Tucker. Next ho*te s will l e Mrs. Mut el Holmes on Centre Street. New York's Only Colored Principal Sophisticated Knights Tlie club met at the residence of Carl I<ev Newton. Mny 10. Meet- ItiK was called to order and a suc- cessful session was held. Delic- ious refreshme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 May 1936

FKLUAV, MAY-]5, 133b BAM flWTUMO K UlSTKli ALAMO CITY BRlttS — T.i (iiii(omU lln. Maud K.slher Mm-tors and lier two HUiall chlldnn, Jacqueline J and Henry Lie, Jr., left I lie city | 'I'm Jay morning for Lw Angeles, California. After a few veekt In hot Angeles, Mrs. Musters will go to Newark, New Jersey, where «he will remain for approximately Uireo month*, returning to Call- jjuil.i to make her futuro home. I LI Attends S. I). A. Conference n: Mm, James Italney left the city uesdiiy morning for Los Angeles, It llfnrnla, where she will visit two weekf, lief ore attending tiie General Conference of the Seventh Day Ailventlsti, In session In San Kranclxro from May 20 to Jane 11 inclualre. Illrlliday I'arlv Mrs. Luia McC'laln. 1022 I tela ware Street, complimented ber joung son. llllly McC'laln with a Mrlliday party Sunday afternoon at Lincoln I'ark. Twelve young- sters and eight grown-ups enjoyed thu delightful afternoon of gaiety. To Dallas Mr. Arthur Holland, son of Mrs. X.ulti McC'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 May 1936

3nNHM$' PACK SlUfclX, > V ■• • '**• ". * , ■ Ortrt ANTUNi U RBOUJTM '•I if- I PIONEER j® PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAM ANTONIO TlXAS PIKS AT WHEEL OF 1IKK CAR My Tb« AllMlUH N *n FtMl IAW ANUEI.E3, C«L—Death 1>J ■aturul cauxM *as the rerdlct of Um examining phytloian last Tbnrsila.v night wheu llie Ixxly of Mrs Mabel Stanley, 4t, of 3W1! Doiney, «m hrongtat by her com- panions, Mrs. Pearl Smith, 8512 Naomi, and George Neat, 8021 Sun- set boulevard, to Georgia street receiving hospital. The woman was driving her car In the vicinity of the Nfoml street address when she suddenly slump- ed over the steering wheel in a faint, the police report stated. To Get Big Hand -*s- CHURCH NEWS VINE BAPTIST CUl'Rt H Bev. Wm. Shirter, rant or MT. IUMSANT BAPTIST (IUBCH J A N. P.t Bev. U E. Brown, Pastor Sunday School opened at 10:00 n in with ten:hers aud officer* at their pouts of duty. The les-on WIS wonderfully reviewed by the p.istor. Morning service was fea- tured by Inspiring music from the Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 May 1936

THIS fUtM A MEMBER THE BAN ANTONIO NEW OHAMBBR OF COMMERCE San Antoniq Register RIGHT • JUSTICE1 • PROGRESS YOUR KKGIsTfcK "Refflakrrd" notable 'inxf laxl writ. It rmitlniHM to bfj "Tlie Southwest', Mint Pre-|| frr* lve Weekly N>h vpapw." ,VOL. 6—NO. 6 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1036 5c PER COPY Distracted Relatives Search Vainly For Woman Taxi Squabbte Leads to Shooting t V t Man, Brandishing Knife, Shot By Driver LEFT mSTREET fc Cab Man Surrenders Shortly After Shooting AH ARGUMENT, over the cott of a trip in a taxi, molted, Sunday night, in one man being ihot in the face, and his assailant facing two charges, one of assault to mur- der, and one of carrying a pi - tol. Alvln Bate,, •l-'O Meuehaca, suf- fered a bullet wound under tb« eye, the pellet twin* deflected and going out the side of his face, when he is alleged to have threateningly and menacingly ad- vanced, with a knife, on C. B. Ooode. 34, a tail-driver. According to the story related to detectives by Ooode, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 May 1936

m K flV.tiK TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER n,jt ■- Kit IIIA*, MAV 'J'J, 1! 3C TEXAS COMMUNITIES .nd SCHOOL NEWS Victoria News i ^ ■■ " Mr?. M. A. VhMltl of Bun An' ,inio It In the city for her lientth. I,,. Clarice Lewis and Mr. Paul • !. man are on Uw sick list, also Itev. E. Snow and Mrs. Phoebe rbwias. Mr. Silvester ' Bub" Dukt-s died \Yedne«day evening it his home blowing s lone lllni'M. A Wife, Mrs Katie Mae Dukes; two laughters. Miss Dornell of this •Ity and Miss Mae Dell, who is fvn-ling XUfkegee Institute; one . ,11, Klijah and two sinters, Mrs. M.iry i>ukes and Mrs. Harris, sur- ive him. Foneral services were will Sunday at 11:0U p. m. from Palestine Baptist Church. i 'hurch School at Palestine was arried out nicely. Beview by the ;mst. r. Noon* si-rvifcs were irtcely attended. Hev. and Mrs. loltuson, their daughter, of Hous- m. Mrs. ExeMi, San Antonio, e re visitors. Service at St Mark's Temple was excellent. The tastor, Kev. A. H. Pointer, deliv- rid the message. Services we...

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