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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

, THIS F1KM A MEMBER TI1E SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Satx iwrowio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE ^PROGRESS ,VOIj. C—NO. 16 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRul ILY 31, 1936 Retired Railroad Man, 81, Claimed By Heart Attack Texas Rates Charles Rose i n Railway Service For 58 Years RETIRED IN 1928 iVeteran Railroader is Stricken as He Directs Work CHARLES Rose, 81-year-old retired railroad man, for forty seven years a resident of San Antonio, died suddenly at his home, 212 Brown Street, Friday, July 24. Death w'a? attributed to heart failure At the time of his demise, Mr. Bose was apparently in good health, and was instructing a man tow to spread some dirt over the Rose yard. Cutting short his Instructions, Rose walked to the porch, sat down, and almost lm- ,'HARI.KS BOSK " mediately fell over, as though In a swoon. Willie Rose, a son, summoned Dr. J. T. Walton, who pronounced the stricken man dead a few minutes after his arrival on the scene. i Bom in Tucker, Texas Base was horn in Tucker, Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

i'.UiE TWO SAN ANTONIU KiSUiSTKJt FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1U30 TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS j Bedias News Services at the Baptist Church wi r«- locMor mvs Jo tlic jxitiont, aud he judges by Its coiuliti u the whole b \iy. J.il..'wi«K\ we may jn<1go a man's spiritual health by the con- —«,khim- ♦ fditioo of his touguc. Jatnos says ^iigriui Rest Ljjthe man who e toncne is all liU'inli 1 fright is spiritually sound. I want ford of Flan Antonio, Mr>\ P. M. Wiliains of York tow n, Miss S. L. (liven of Inez and Prof. P. p. ltridges. The pastor preached at night. Macedonia Baptist Church ser- vices for Sunday were good Willi New' Principal day Sunday. 1Uv. NeUum.^ the i>a«*/therefore, to speak to you today I the pastor preaching at both ser- tor. w.i* at his The cboir rii:' ou the 1180 aml lhe abuse o£ yic^ visitors were Mr. and Mrs. iiislu i «iweet wii'ic. 1 rlt- 1 *• | tor-rue. Miller of San Antonio, the Giles James ! ?• ' 1 '""c 1 The Rev. H. Poirrier. co-pastor, brothers of Yoak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

FRIDAY, .11!LY 31, 1036 SAN ANTONIO REUISTEB Ft. Bliss Crushes C. M. T. C. Wine 26 toO fAuB THREE CONCERNING Til F, PBOBfc ON THE tOi lS FIGHT CHICAGO.—Filing of defama- tion of character suits l>y ■'0,in YVxborougli and Julian ilgainst Slierldan A. Bruseaux, and Iiy Bruseaux against lloxborough Mi Black, is about the best , lilng that could happen in the fecr of well-publicised charges ami denials. A court should be able to determine who i« right and who is wrong. And if the « mg of these suits Is nothing but a Muffing gesture on both sides, and one or all are withdrawn before the trial, the public has a right to know the circumstances sur- rounding such action. Joe Louis, it seams, is an Innocent victim of the whole show. Vet lie is merely paying the price of pop- ularity. Joe is a public figure. >'o popular hero yet has been able to live his own life without Inter- ference from the masses. Lind- bergh fled to England. Private lives and scandals of motion pic- ture stars are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

"~V- - ■R •AUE POUR 8\N ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress ruBLisBso ruiDAV or a cu wkrs bv Tin: RKOrStl-.R PUBLISHING ( OMI'AW OFFICE 207 NORTH CENT1IB BTRF.KT PHONK CATHEDRAL IT«1 • • P O. DOS 378 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS m .u r Ian uf the Post Office nt San Entered aa second-class matter May 5, uwi. Mf Anionic. Texiui. under Ac. or March 3. 1679. Wv.r.i^ r .e. on roumt. KuWcrtpuon ralM: 1 |W. I«. 0: « month* ll.Jo, .tn(l. cony. 6c. a T\rr co.. chicaoo, national ADVERTISING hkpffesent A7IVKS LC ANGELES. ROCHESTER, UNU> ClT- • " OOU CO..I, *FPICA. V At.MO C. BBLLINOEK—- JOSEPHINE 0. OWW®®- a j. AM'/tii "s —• J. A. JAMES 0. K. WILLIAMS S. li. JONES J. W HOLLAND our offics oy tuesday noon to appea' all hews matter should re .. nf (ijub news matter must be plainly written and on only one 8i0c of copy *m«t the right to condense matter pcr convenience or sarrrv is reserved unltss such matter is paid for. The Register Platform ot extit ra lity f< r s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

fkidav, JUIJY yj, mt> SAN ANTONIO HEQISTEIl I'AGE PIYB -r«- IN THE SHADOW OF THE STARS By -fibbe.' U)a I lace Youngest MentaliST On Tue Ambrou SrAse a 5 Cl—K and then track (perhaps) in the spring. The administrators are fcotball-niimled and have little time for track. Facilities for in- door track are lacking entirely in the majority of our colleges, thus the athlete is impeded In his prep- aration for the strcnuoiw season ahead cf him. Our athletic public has not become track-minded, and only a handful of ?i cctators come out to the meets—on the other hand some three thousand Negroes attended the Olympic finals at Randall's Island in New York City to see the Negro athletes perform (all of the athletes with one ex- ception came from mixed schools). There can be no doubt that there are athletes of a very high calibre in the Negro colleges, Hingletary, JJorican,. .Tones, and Ilcss have proved this. But these boys can never reach the heights of Olympic nlor.v and national chnmpion&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

PAGE SIX Mil ANTONIO REGISTER \ f \ FltiDAY, JULY 31, 19M § 0 c ii ie t y Alamo City il Activities iu ib § t. s. smith maintains policy ok improvement and ser\ ice at'cave'am) rest aur ant Til keeping with lii* v^y of Improving an«l eneriroric an * ■' tor of .lit' <*ity- rant a" 505 K.< the mosi-frtHjUii nnius -iih'tit r sor stairs at th* . <: I;,,; , t . both t till' l«:i ' WivK At the Cave, 1 nit ••rc t liitlv j h, the roprlc-1 • ■Stan i and and ned t, the rave, down me address, a ldi he ihts unci and been made during hat delightful re:: ?s reserved particulars for those | who especially seek a table and ac- commodations for either a short while or for the entire evening. To provide even better sorvice, not her bartender, Raymond Shep- hcr i. has l c?< n added to assist the j,:,. , am-ndaut, Charles Dare, v. ith his duties at the counter. V a !i re will be two bartenders all times, as well as ami well trained corp Delicious Foods Featured at Terrace Garden Inn; Special...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

ispsr" J t FRIDAY, JULY 31, 193G SAN ANI'ONIU KiSUlSTEK ALAMO CITY BRIEFS 1-AOE BEVBW Returns from Confab ftufTers Attark Mr*. Ettle Carson, 12272 West Foplur, who has beeii recurrently ill for the past six months, and who has been confined to bed for six weeks, suffered a severe at- tack Saturday night and Sunday morning. Her( condition i« now reported as fair. ♦ Visitor from Georgia Mrs. Jotephine Newman, or At- lanta, Georgia, is in the city for a three-week visit with her sisters, the Mesdaines Elizabeth Stiles, Jen- nie Copney, Mary H. Seott, and other relatives and frien d. Deliver Visitor KntertaliiMl Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Os- car Overtoil, 1022 Hayes Street, delightfully entertained for their Slaughter, Miss (jiodine Overton, of Denver Colorado, who has been visiting her family and friends in the Alamo City. Some forty guests enjoyed a gay evening of cards, 4anci3£, ami satisfying and de- lectable refreshments. Ml*- Overton, after a very pteMtf!>t visit, departed for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 31 July 1936

* ■ mltW& t'- l PAGE BIGHT aaN ANTONIO K-\ f KMIEB ONKfH rtoun Eve's EpiGr^5 I Host _!F CJoo'en. con poll theo5eLve& tooether m ord.ec to go to pieces cnoTQ, e{Jodively 3-/*- CHURCH NEWS FRIENDSHIP B \PTIST CHI Kt 11 R<\. (i. F. 1. Curry. Pastor (Miss) M. (ilosson, Clerk , CMOS BAPTIST CHI Kl If K.'\. .I. l Taylor, Pastor iih> Interest i: the church und captain? o.i-! v. Mai. 1 departments of ns high. Lvail* rs • working a^sidu- incrs and conrcr- > will close \ . iuouiIH.TS tir-v'-ry hes*t :< usr,i—s. so ake full re- The flnaiv <1 <1 Sunday, August - are expected to do in the spirit of t that captains uiay ports. Sunday afternoon Pastor Curry preached the entrance sermon at Zion Hall Haptist Chureli. Seguin, Texas. Tin y have just completed a new church building. Monday, at. Austin, Pastor Cur- ry preached the funeral of Kev. J. N. IV • ryf who died la«t Thurs- day. Many were in attendance from San Antonio, including sev- eral ministers. A ten day revival w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

<•* TU1S FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Register RIGHT • JUSTICE p PROGRESS YOU CAN'T BEAT YOUR REGISTER It Has the News While It Is News VOIi. 6—NO. 17 Aug. Nineteenth To Be Another Expo 'Negro Day' State Baptist BYPU Convention Meets In Dallas DAY COLORFUL Church Meet Expected to Draw 10,000 Delegates To City, Expo 4 DALLAS. Texas.—Designated hs Church and Music Day, August 19, will be another of those special days for Negro participation at the Texas Cen- tennial, carrying with it many special features, chief among which is to be the Htate Baptist B. Y. P. U. Convention with its 10,000 delegates from all parts of the Lone Star Commonwealth. Many groups, organisation*, and states have already had, or are slated to have, their special days at the Texas Centennial, but none has been more colorful than those special events designated for Ne- gro participation. August 10, is scheduled to be filled with fea- tures equally as interesting as the day of Juncteent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

,.,1*1 — ■ * « PAUE TWO 1W a AN AN'j'UNk) BEG 1ST KK FRIDAY, AUUUST 7, 1036 TEXAS COMMUNITIES nd SCHOOL NEWS ^ Coqnis Christi | ST. TAI L METHODIST C1U lU'H Rev. II. Palmer, Pastor 1)1.1 serric nut. ( U late. We will m. l>i I you mis* Karnes Cilv JVew; ' *i I t Edgar JMews | M. Boo city la>t ;< r cf Rang* ! week on l u*i- I ou visit our six o clock last Sunday? If you did e U'.xt Sunday, but dcu't I >st' at 7 :(H) a. with t unday ik'hool ■ worker- Mrs. W was iu thi ness The II. M. S. LH't Saturday with the president in charge. A beau- tiful lesson was t a light by Mrs. II. D. Johnson. Sunday School at Sunday was regular pastoral day at ill, Zion. Sunday school was conducted by Super ; indent Lockctt. At 11 o'clock (lie pastor delivered a wonderful iermon. Memorial «errice were rospect Uaptist otieui-d 011 i'.ukji held f«>r Brother Sandy Pleasants. At 3 p. in. an interesting pro- grain was rendered by the church talent and Mrs. Emma Johnson of Yoakuiu. Mrs. M. L. King ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 103b V SAN ANTONIO REGISTER I'AGE TIIKKir AMERICAN NEGROES DOMINATE OLYMPICS Jesse Owens Triple Winner; s Race Athletes Finish "1-2" } In Three Events *■ BERLIN, Germany— (W/ITH the incomparable Jesse Owens—the world s fastest Vi!« human—showing the way with an "Olympic triple" ;'(while breaking one world, and two Olympic records as well as equaling another Olympic mark), the Negro contingent of 'American track and field stars with speed, power, and skill have turned in a series of amazing performances, "one-twoing" in three events—the 100 'and 200-meter dashes, and the high jump—during the first three days program, and copping nil events in which they were entered. They hnve smashed records riirht a'"1 left, and have been the difference fur lh« fulled Slate.'. J"st "" other team, and THK team ot o present Olympics. Johnson. Alhrltton Cop Jump Cornelius Johnson and l>tive Al brltton started it off tho opening day of the competition, Monday, by finishing one-two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

apt PAGK KOUK 0 « h.tivmu hcuimkn friday, august 7, 1930 SAN ANTONIO KROISTER w A Publication DedicateU to ltight, Justice, and Progress PUBLISHKO FKIDAI Of BACH WEKK Bf x THE REGISTKH PUBIJSHING COMPANY , OVKICR 207 NOITTU CKNTIH STREET I'll ON 8 tATHKUHM. 1121 . • P- O. BOX *78 ' SAN ANTONII). TEXAS Entered as Becoml-class matter May 6. 1931, nt the Pest O.flco at San Antonio. Texas, under Act ot March 3. 1871). MwUsum rates furnished on request. Bubscrtution rate.; 1 year, SJ.0O: * months. ti.iS. slnf copy, Sc. NATIONAL MJVERTISINS UtratSJEXTATIVIS W. l" CO.. CHICAGO. «™ VOUK. LOS ANCCLCB. ROCHESTCH. KANSAS CITY ANO LAGOS. CC-P COAST. AFRICA. President etary Editor • VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD- IJ. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES s. it. Junes - ■ - J. W HOLLAND Se • ...Managing .Advertising Manacei ... Circulate .Contributing Editor ALU News MATTIP SHOULD BE IN CUR OFFICt BY TUESDAY NOON Cl'KftCNT ISSUE. N£\>S MATTE* MUST OS PLAINLY W ITTEN A%0 ® Q„ SIDC OF COPY SHCCT. TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

l'RIIUY, AUGUST 7, 1938 ban antonio eeqistek J'AUE KJYE -n- ~W. IN THE SHADOW OF THE STARS By-Qbbe,' LOallacs A Youngest hfmtanst On Tug Ahericam swce p i*i * * s, rniii j the small- the NOTE:— Your question will be answered KKKE in this column ONLY when n clipping of tliis column is enclosed with YOUR QUESTION, YOUR FULL NAME, BIRTHDATE, and CORRECT ADDRESS. For PRIVATE REPLY Rend twent.v- five cents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my NEW ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mnil ray FREE ADVICE on THREE QUESTIONS. Send all letters to Abbe Wallace, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Box 372, SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. J. W. M.—What typo of girl ••oul 1 I go with In the condition 1 nm In? Aim: According to yctir nodal, a j well p.n financial s.'aiiilliKr, you can have more suce.-s s with ill? op- posite sex if you <lon'i pi. out of the middle elms of people. How- ever, unless you overcome being slinnie-faeeil everytime .vou see a irirl jfmt lier! iir-e j ■ ■' are Mttn...

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

'*} : SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FKIOAY, AUGUST 7, 1038 fAUJS SIX SOCI Cool Enough forCoatat TerraceCarden Inn. the Spot Famed for its Special Sunday Dinners IE T Y Alamo City C IL Activities U IB S 1 Conducts Clinic That tin* beautiful garden of t!ie Terrace Garden Inn—pperated l .v Messrs. Ernest Turner an o-c.u IV.l at 16X5 Montana Stree;- ^ quite eool anil al^ajs can well l e attested by tliat, recently, several ttaiuly-pown cd Indies have found it uec^sarj to deprive their re i>ec:ive esc~i-' of their coats t cr clothing for Terrace Gun for its delieioui inviting the fact «*a rm- , Ik.' used the ladies. en Inn is famed foods, featuring a special on Sunday that Is 1 < inn known fur and liear. menu for this Sunday, Angr. lias been announced a> follow- Tlie Terrace (larilcn special dinner. 40c—.fruit corkUil; ehoiee of nte*i roast young turkey with <lre>*i' - anil cranberry satire, farm milk-fed rhieken, tato salad; choice «'f tables lima beans ® rots, or , "" ro !«,. cuf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 7 August 1936

r-< I . ■ Jli II!.. ' ^'«!W ~... ■■ Rijai * -y. ■•■«--<< i ... <**< <mu^ hhhiiiminimiji FRIDAY', AUGUST 7, J93*. JA-« ANTONIO REGISTER ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Ltinrliroii Honors Two Mrs. C. Hi.kmnn, 510 low# Biteel.was hostess nt a bountiful- ly appointed luncheon Tuesday honoring Mrs. It. J. Jordan suft Mrs. IS. T- Wilson of Waco Tex'if. Corona Iteglnu formed a hsautlful crnterpiccc. Eight guests were bidden. Visitor Dinner finest Mr. niul Mrs. Arthur Henderson entertained at a lovely dinner party at their home on I'aso Hondo Street. Monday, honoring Mrs. IS. T. Wilson cf W'aeo. Tlio eolor scheme ot pink and green was carried out effectively. Covers were laid for eight gues.s. Ill Mrs. Mozell White, 02 Ord Street, Is reported t" bo ill at her home. Kelurn from Vacation Mrs. H. M. Phelp3 of IIW Spruce Street, ha3 returned frain Fort Worth wiiere she visltcil a cousin and Dallas where she visited the Centennial. She reports a fine trip. Mrs. E. the city Visits Sister B. H...

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

I F ■ BaN ANTONIO KKUISTEK PAUB KltlllX nnocence Plea Nets even Additional ears in Prison "Grand Old Man Eve's EpiGrAn5 | A UJonon. considers lt B r \ SoCCeSSlul porty i[ her i«to5 oche Lohen she Gets hone By The Associated Negro Pfett MONTGOMERY, Ala-Plea^ ti K inimrfiil to oliarttcs of rob. h<'r)' cost Oiio Williams an n Ira seven years when he np- |>eare<l before Montgomery eir- CuU court Tuesday. l>efense lawyers had arrang eil with I'roserutor Temple Selbels to accept a three-yecr M'utenee for Williams on a pin of guilty, hut the prisoner pro- claimed his innoeence and de- manded n trial. The lily-white jury said, 'Ten years. TtXAb NMUB PIONECB fLOO SPIONEEP FLOUR MIUS SAN ANTONIO TEXAS CHURCH NEWS flrttu conviction.'', three fo fe I on it " ' • . -- FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1036 ROSEO'SHAKON - CALLS rev; f; M'KEEN On recommendation of Rev. 1. II. Kelley. ev-pastor of Koso of Sharon Iiaptiat Church, to eall a pastor for all of hi lime, the church has called Kev. K. K. McKe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

arta, lieu 'liejf de-' Jcea ling licU fate t of cut to 0111- nm- net- ; a the my rhe tho bio isi- ch- all M ^rs "(Ml of ! IT m*. JUIS FIRM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Saw awrot-flp Register S ;*f *' 'A,i RIGHT • JUSTICE PROGRESS t ■ J'ljl;- T-~ ttY0W km>1 BEA'l' tfOUR REGISTER It Hai the News While It fa Hew* VOL. 6—NO. 18 SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRinjTY14, 193G 6e PER COP* Husband Kills 82-Year Old Man He ses With Mate J. D. Lowery, Jr., 1 )uits Position in School System Coach at Wheatley Accepts Post in Mail Service TAUGHT 15 YRS. To Resign if Leave Of Absence is Not Granted WITH the application, this week, by J. D. ("Fats") Lowery, Jr., 605 North Centre Street, for an indefinite leave of absence from the public school system, it became a cer- tainty that Lowery, crafty athletic coach nt Plilllls Wheat- ley Senior School, 1b definitely glv- inic tip hl« in< flcal career aft- er fifteen years service In tn. o—. Antonio school system. If the re- quest fur the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

TWO A m wt 6AN ANTONIO JUGlSTEtt =5Ki- FBIDAY, AUGUST 14, J936 ^ TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOL NEWS ** =afc Corpus Christi -T. PAIL METHODIST C'HLRIH Km. L. Palmer, Pallor ! Tuskegee XeIters I C Leave Today for Nat l Court Meet fine Sunday, visiting with Ail services were Uv. E. X. King wa ✓ ic pastor nnd preacliod a great •fiiton from llie theme "Take ,Varnins." One girl joined the iimcli through tho Snmisy Hehooi. he chu ch is taking "" u?w lifo. uitr p .fftor looks for yon at si-'i'- Uv. It i " do not coino he will ... 41 apLMilutVa. So meet ■umlav at church. him FIRST CON(iftE<iATIONAL- IHK1ST1VN CHl'RCH SjK'Ciil services were oiwrved iU day Sunday, August 9, with the neve rind Henry l'oirrkr, assist- int pastor, speaking at the morn- tig buur, and the ltev. Mr. L. I~ . I,lines, of the First BaptisM •hmch (while) of the city, apeak- ag at the «-Tc'uing hour; it mi< unounced liy the Keverend Spnr- TISK1T.KE INSTITUTE, Ala — The Tr.skegee delegation which will travel by the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

1 * t. FRIDAY, AUUU8T 14, li>3 „.iN AN'KJMO KKUlSTElt Ft. Worth High Coach Officiary Suspended by Coaches,OfficialsAss'nl Dy The Associated He|ro Press DALLAS.—In a recont letter from the office of Dr. E. B. Evans, Prairie View College, who 1b sec- retary-treasurer of the Coaches and Officials Association of the Southwest, Marion Hates, football coach of the I. M. Terrell High School of Fort Worth, Texas .'as officially advised of his (Hal>s ) indefinite suspension from the as- sociation. This decision was hand- ed down by the executive hoard of the Coaches and officials' As- sociation of the South, the mem- bers of which are Seymour Wil- liams, Tulsa, president; Dr. E. B. Evans, l'ralrle View State Col- lege, secretary-treasurer, and O. Pel ton Gayles, Langston, president of the Southwestern Athletic Con- ference. Although the Fort Worth coach * name was stricken from the offi- cial roster in three college games following an assault upon K. Dixon, an official in a football ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 14 August 1936

' : ^ fAUK tx0UU *<**m SAN ANTONIO KEfSlSTER A Publication Dedicated to Kight, Justice, aud Progress rUBLlsiiUS rBIDAT Of EACH WBKK BY TIIE RF-GISTKK PUBLISHING COMPANY OFFICII 207 NORTH CIN'IIR Slit BIST I'HUNK riTHRl>RA|* IT«1 . . P O. BOX S78 SA.\ \NTONHI. TEXAS Entered second-clas* matter May fc, 1931. at the Poet Office at Kan Antonio. Texas, under Act of March S. 1879. Advertising rate* furnished on request. Subscription rales: 1 year, 12.00; • months. $1.15; singi# copy, 6c. NATIONAL APVtRTISINC* nfPWKSCNTATIVtS W. B IFF CO.. CHICAGO. NtW vORK. COS ANCCLES, ROCHC3TCR. KANSAS CITY AND LAGOS. COLO COAST. AFRICA. Prpaidi'Iit VALMO C. BELMNQGR JOSErRIXE O. CRAWFORD U. J. ANDREWS J. A. JAMES 8. K JONES J W HOLLAND Secretary Managing Editor —Advertising Mnnacer Circulation Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTCtt SHOULD BS IN OU* OWICI BY TUESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NEWS MATTLR MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTEN *NO ON ONLY ONE SIOE O' ICOPY SHEET. THE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER ...

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