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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

9, mi ww start u Stop worry Uoq FRfisfl luare Sta, Pt- Q. lertisers. )F >o '•tent RS 00 Y*L to ft OA Shi- at ■ I 9c 29c ;ke* 8c :le MILK 19c 14c 23c )7c lAc :e 13c l or i the 16c Ight- ftl !7c 20 !3c ilco ed 6c !0c lavtr 13c Lb. :7c 3f 9c 5c ■ ft L*i MURDERER GETS PENITENTIARY TERM THIS PlilM A MEMBER TUE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE San Antonio Register [VOL. V— NO. 15 RIGHT . lUSTICa - PROGRESS SAME TOOI.S Professionals "<1 amateurs use tiie same tool", but other- wise they have practically noth- ing in common. KY, JULY 16, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENT8 Masons, Eastern Stars Meet in S. A., July 26-29 Forty-First Session of the Grand Lodge of the A. F. and A. M., and 0. E. S. to Alamo City CITY PREPARESFOR VISITORS Two Organizations to Hold Joint Session At Library Auditorium; Mayor Will Welcome Conventions ACCORDING to an announcement made this week, the forty- first annual session of the GiUnd Lodge of the Aliment, Free, and Accepted Masons, and the Grand Order of the East- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

r\* u SAN ANTONIO K, ✓ TEXAS COMMUNITIE Pleasanton News Mrs. Grace Sullivan of Luhtt.tck is here f< r an iudefiuite time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John llos.v Mrs. Kthel Jackson had her tonsils removed last Saturday. Mr. lloy Hons of San Antonio was here Sunday afteruoou .^siting friends. Mrs. Alice King, Rev. ami Mrs. J. P Priestley and Miss Lela Mae Itrocks attended the Sunday School Institute in Seguin last week. Mrs. M. B. Hanks will move iuto her new home very soon. When you want the latest and best news, buy the Register, V" El- life Edgar JNews After a brief illness, Mrs Qora Green departed this July 10. Funeral service held Mon- lajr with Rev. N. K. Henderson >fficiatinc. She leaves a husband, dr. Allen Green, six daughters nd two sons. Misses Eddie Mae and Robbie Iraliam of Yoakum visited Miss- es Mamie and X. L. Avant. C uero News M. vet, "T1 r churches was Mrs E. A. Bri ending Samuel pent the week L H. Brookins Mr. and Mrs. uotore I to AilsI y was regular pasto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

•V. FKI'JAY, JUIJV IB, 1U3T 'tAl ANTONIO REGISTER P ORTS Tries Mile S. A. Hurler Gets Homer | In Hinth to Break Tie, Win Own Bali Game iyi. C. McClurc, the Sail Antonio Missions' newest addition to *" their pitching siaif, won his own game, Sunday at Tech Field, in a thrilling encounter with the Fort Worth BlUck Cats when the dazzling speed hall artist stepped up to the plate in the last half of the ninth—with the score knotted up at six-all, and with two Mission runners on the sacks—and whammed the horsehide out of sight for a homerun and the prominent parts In tlic Santonc victory. Williams, Port Worth left fielder, did the heaviest stick du- ty for the Cats, connecting for three out of five. McClurc let the Cuts down with ten safeties, while the Missions got to Allen, the Fort Worth hurler, for nearly ELEVEN double that number, of bingles, nineteen to lie exact. 8. A. Wants Games The Missions, with fifteen wins out of nineteen starts against some of the fastest competition la Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

•AUB ruuii SAN ANTONIO RK< JISTKR A Publication Dedicated lo Right, Justice, and I'rogrew PC HLISHKD mm*? ( R4CH H'KKR UT Tin? RF.OISI I'.lf IMIIU.ISIIINC COMPANY OKKICK 3*17 V' MITII CKNUIK KTIfKKT PHMNK CtTIIKllHAL |7a| _ p „ 0(11 A .VI ONIO. I'KX AS Bntn-ed as second-cU«, nutlet Ma, i. |||i. a, u,, off,c. at Sun AnUmto. under Act ot March J. mi. Adv.rU.,,,, rare. rundM**, o., request tvjbamplloti rale., i ,ear ,2 W). , „ „. >)(1#|# 00(JJ ^ national .dVERTISIN# repreacnta t, VE9 « >,p> co.. chicago. ~e vo i LO. angel Ea. ROCKCtTfS. KANSAS CtT* and iAGOa. oold co * ST A erica. ALU NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE (N 3UR OEEICl SV TUESOAV NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISiUr NEWS MATTER MUST 31 P,_ A,NL> WRITTEN A NO ON OWL* ONE • IOC OP COP* SHEET. TNE RICMT TO CONOENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCE OR SAF«IY is RESERVEH UNLESS BUCN MATTER IS PAID POR, \ VALMO C. RC I. LINGER- JOSEl'IIINE 0. CHAW FORD.. 0. J. ANI>itK\V8 1 A. JAM I 'M 8. B. J ON ES i w Holland NURSERY SCHOOL ESTABLISHED ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

tfVJDAY, JUhX it), i'JJf (JAN ANTOMIO U ROISTER paqr riv* p NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" ... send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FRrtE ADVICE on (3) Questions. a Send all letters to: ABBE V/ALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. O. Bo* 372, San Antonio, Texas. ionul Asuo iutlon of Colored Wo l'\ M C— Ilclng a constant reader of your column, will you I>1 (vise tell me v.'hy I linn- a creep- ing feeling through my boclyt Should I feel nlarmed? Ann: Positively yon should, al- though it seems to me that it is just a NERVOUS P1IFNOMENOX. Sen ;<nir doctor and put your cas he ■'ore liim and It «ill only be a short time until this condi- tion parses off. H. A. C.—Will I Ik' alile to make fh« trip South In this month with- out the nid of a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

PAGE SIX vBAN ANTONIO — m FRIDAY, JULY 16, lWfl SOCIETY Alamo City Y. w. C. A. Notes The Children's Clinic, operated at the Y. W. C. A. during four •uccessful years by Mrs. 8arah Brady, R. N., and cooperating lo cal physicians, reopened July 8, with fifteen children and their mothers in attendance. The clinic, •h in former years, Is a part of the program of the Health Edu- caton Department, Mrs. C. A. Whlttier, chairman. Tlie Rainbow Tea and Garden Party scheduled for August 5, will present as one of the peaks Df entertainment, a "Jewel Hunt", the same to be climaxed with the "find'' at the end of the rainbow. A sunrise breakfast will folhrw the morning swim of the Stay-At- fiome Campers Monday, July 19. Church teas, special meetings of community service, club and civic groups, 'in addition to our regular program keep the summer days fcry busy at the Y. W. C. A. A slight increase In wages is be- in* noted by the Employment De- partment. Invincible Set Social Club The club met Thursd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

w "> ■ ! FRIDAY, JULY lb", 193T Alamo (.Aty Briefs Surprise Party Mrs. Win. A. Handle enteitained her husbpud with 3 surprise birthday party nt their home, 118 JiOinbrnno Street, Sunday night, July 11. Forty guests were pies- Joint .birthday parly Sunday aft- ernoon, at tlie home or their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Perkins, 317 Cactus .Street. Delicious cake and Ice cream were served to thlr- ty happy utile tots wno had a very gay time. 3ts ioy an ion ol id thf mfort 7up Moores Have Guests . I,r- a°d Mrs. j. h. Moore have ent and enjoyed a wonderful eve- as their house guests this week ' " M™ W. M. Honker and llt'.le son. Waller, of I'rairte view. They will powiilily return to their home Sat- urday. nlng. Quite a number of gifts were presented the honoree. —4 Iluffet Party ' *Mr. "nd Mrs. Albert Spencer en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Percy Dukes with a buffet party Satur day, July 3. Delicious refreshments were served. Out of town guest* were Miss Mnl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 July 1937

PAGE KIGHT «AN ANTUNIU Ureal foi every recipe, lie suc- cessful In four baking, use Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. Church News : ■■■ KOSE OF SHARON BAPTIST ! Rev. H. l. Martin, Pastor Sunday School opened at 0:30 a. 111.. with Mrs. J. E. Alexander, ftcthw superintendent, in charge. At 11:00 a. in., the pastor preach- ed a very interesting sesmon from the subject: "Can You See Through"' At 5:00 p. in., he con- tinued the subject: "The Trail of the Missionary Baptist Church". B. Y. P. U. opened at 0:30 with the vice president, Sister Alfreda Harbert in charge. The pastor preached a very touching serin n at th* evening service, his sub- ject : "A charge to Keep, I Have". Mrs. R. M. Black is convalescing after a few months of illness. ,1 KK BAPTIST 'a*tor ST. Re\. (I. W. Wilson Sunday School was well attend- ed with all officers at their posts. At eleven o'clock tin? pastor preached to a very appreciative audience from the subject "Hear Cod"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

'm ■ ........ • • • I'MS S'LKM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Si«V yOL. 7—NO. 16 Thirty-One St. Philip's Students Helped by NY A federal Aid Responsible For an Increase in Enrollment J. Leon Hawkins, instructor of 8c. Philip's Junior College, lins re- ported to J. C Kellara, TexaB di- rector of the National Youth Ad- ministration, that NY A college aid lands provided pnrl-tlme employ- nent last year for thirty-one etu- lents who otherwise could not lave attended college properly. ''Probably 20 per cent of the in- crease in enrollment last year can lie attributed to Federal aid," Hawkins said. Although NYA (students worked as much as fifty hours a month, their average grade wue equal to tbat of the student body as a whole, lie reported. Six students were assigned lo a project in the fichnol library and five worked as clerical and steno- graphic assistants. Five others as- sisted in the cafeteria. Three were assigned to improvement of the college campus, two to assis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

•AUK t'WU FRIDAY, JULY , i 81 ISTER .SAN AM NEWS SCHOOL nd a Cuero News Mr*. J. II. Adams, Sr. left the the city Friday for a three weeks' visit in I<os Angeles,- and Holly- wood. California. Mi* Tasaniania Wimbish left the city Wednesday for Dallas, where she will stay for m indefinite period. Prof. James !V)leuiau of Sommerville, Messrs. folui White and Otlio Means of if oakum and Victoria, and others, \eie visitors in the city last week. Mrs. Gladys Lewis of Athens is *ie guest of her mother, Mrs. M. Sweeuey. Edgar iNevvs At Sunday School, a wry infer esting program was conducted by the Galeda* the kvson was well discussed aud reviewed by Ilev. Battlea. The pastor being out of the oky. Rev. Battles filled his appointment and at 11 o'clock de- livered a -plen iid message. At 3:00 Watkins, secretary; Mr. C. II Tisdell, treasurer; Mr. A. L. Houston, Bible reader leader; Mrs. L. S. Teague, group captain No. 1; Mrs. A. Brown, group cap- tain No. 2; Miss Zula Mae John son, group cap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

it-•« *< irfiH ' , ■ ' ■ FRIDAY, JULY 88, 1937 I'AUB THKEV U. of Pittsburgh's Olympic Champion Turns in Amazing Time of 1:47.8 At Pan-American Games £<OTTON BOWL, DALLAS, Texas, July 17—Tonight, bs some By U. J. ANDREWS 20,000 souls—the largest crowd that ever gathered to watch a track and field meet in the Southwest—stared in wide-eyed, open-mouth astonishment, Long John Woodruff, the University of Pittsburgh's incomparable middle distance runner, proved to Ull the world that he is THE 800-metev run- ner of all 800-mcter runners, when, with his prodigious, seven-league stride, ho whizzed around the Bowl's oval to split the tape in the inoredible time of one minute, forty-seven and eight-tenths scconds. That is exactly two full seconds faster than the record of 1:49.8 hcl<l Jointly by Thomas Hampton ANTONIO REGISTER service ultb a smil*. FRANK E. LEWIS rUNKKAL DIRKl'TO 23# Centre St. tt-JMI Woodruff Clips World Mark for 800 Meters 01 Great Britain and Ben Eastman of the Uni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

mukpour SAN ANTONIO WN( JISTEW A Publication Dedicated to Uigtit, Justice, and I'rogresg PUBLISBRP MMOAf op K A CI! WRICK by TIIF. KF.OISTKK I'l'BI.lSIIINtJ COMPANY OKKICK 20? NOII I'll CRNI1IR S'l'HKKT PDONR CATHRURAL l?«l . ■ P O. BOI 872 SAN ANIUNIO. 1KXAS Cntered as second-das* matter May 5. 19.11. at the. Post Office at San ktitoma. lexa*. under Act of March X. I87 . Advertising rate* furnished on «que*t. Subscription rates: I year. |2.00; 8 months, fl.tb; single copy. 6c. IATIONAL *nvERTI«IN« BtPBeSC NT A Tt VES W S. If CO.. CHICAGO. NEW VORK LOS *NieLES. HOCMMTIS. -ANSA* CITY AND I AGO#. GOLD COAST. AFWICA. (31 ST Kit ^7 o"V"0r. «Vv «KT. THK RIGHT TO CONOBNSE M.TTW FOI. CONV.NI.MC. O. *AftTV IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCM MATTE" ' PAID FOB. VAI.MO C. 11ELI.INGEU— — JOSEPHINE 0. CUAWl'OKD..... U. J. ANHUtiWS J. A. JAMES 8. B. JONES J W HOLLAND— The Kegister Platform President „ . Secretary Managing Editor ^Advertising Manager Circulation _Contril utln« Editor The Ssr. Antonio ltegi?l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

rKIUAY, JULY 38, IVffl *JL SAN l JTONIO MfiUlSTKA fmm NOTE:—YOUR question will bs snswfired FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" t.. send only (25c) and a self-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. > ^ Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. O. Box 372, San Antonio, Texas. E. 0.—We bought a place Inst year and nre paying for It by the month. It seems that the? other party we bought from doesn't wnnt to he fair. What Is the best fclep for us to take? Ans: Talk the matter over with your lawyer, and have him inves- tigate the property. 1'iitil you get Uie information you desire, continue to keep up with the payments ami see that they are paril on time. The parties you bought from have derided they want the property back. J. W.—81 nee mother is paying out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

PAGE BIX € Activities j3 AIM nwTUmw V T It C o Alamo City Texas Editors, po Offic ials Confer & r ■ KKIDAY, JULY 28. 193T IL U IB Sophisticated Ladies Social Club • The club met at the home 01 . Mrs. Tat Rollfi with Mrs. Willie Leathers fls hostess. After the , business session, the hostess entertained on the lawn auil served a delicloua salad and ico course. Whist and bridge were played with prizes going to Mrs. Pauline DuBois, Mr. Travis Ilor- ton. Mrs. W. Tate, Mr. Bert Glenn md Mr. Waymon Rogers. Guests wore members of Boots and his Buddies Orchestra and several oth- ers. Sodality of Mary Immaculate The Sodality held its monthly meeting Sunday, July 18, with Mrs. C. Broadnax, 1013 North San Jacinto Street. Opening song, "Come Holy Ghost"; opening pray- er, Jewel Clara Smith. The tally party was held in Saint Catherine Auditorium Thursday, July 22. The meeting adjourned with closing prayer by Mrs. Broadnax. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Ferdue, 1535 West Laurel Street. Mrs. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1937 6AN BNTONIO REGISTER rAUK SEVEN f~AI a Alamo City Briejs Leaving Ciljr Mrs. Haggle Powell, ■ proml- M>nt resident of the city, Is leaT- H(5 Sunday morning with her llt- ile granddaughter, Sanunie Ixuiise HcVey, tor Los Angeles, California where they will visit relatives nnd friends, and where little Miss Mc- Vey will make her home. ♦ Summers In St. IjOiiIs Mrs. Ilattle B. Ilopson Is spend- ing the summer in St. i/ouls, Missouri, where she 1« the house tuest of Mrs. Stanley Boyklns. Bhc Is l«lng royally entertained during her visit. and friends. Miss Burrell is a sophomore of St. Philip's Junior College. Visits Children Mrs. J. E. Brown, 107 Mleltle- John Street, spent the week end visiting with her children in Hous- ton and Galveston. She returned home Monday, leporting a wonder- ful trip. Brief Visit Mr. and Mrs. Brandon of llous- Vm and Mrs. Brneslyiie Todd of Detroit. Michigan, spent the day With Miss B. J. Harris, 851 Nevada Street, en route to Dallas Km...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 July 1937

f rnuo Biom £AN ANTONIO FRIDAY, JULY 2 , 1937j Grrrt for everj recipe. Be sue ces-iful In yuur baking, use Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Win^s Flour Mown* tSSS'u PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. Soul Seekers Melody Girls Make Debut The Soul Seekerg Melody Girls will make their debut Thursday evening, July 20, at 8:30 o'clock at East St. Paul Church. The club I will be introduced by the Antioch Gospel Five. The musical program will be furnished by leading harm- ony and melody clubs of the city. The public invited to attend. Church News ST. LIKE BAPTIST Rev. G. \V. Wilson, Pn*tor Sunday School was conducted in the usual manner with superin- tendent and staff at their posts. The lesson was well taught and a splendid review was giveu by the superintendent. At 11 a. m., the pastor delivered a very helpful sermon from the subject "Throw- ing and Drawing the Net". Men's Union at 4:30; B. T. S. at 6:30 p. "m. At 8 o'clock the pastor preached another great sermon from the subject: "Three S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

/ ... 3v..' \ ■ I' V:" THIS FIRM A MEMBER THE BAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SAN Anton L- ut RIGHT . JUSTI Register PROGRESS NO I'SK It'a no use wailing for your sliip to come In unless you have sent one out. VOL. 7—NO. 17 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY JULY 30, 3937 PRICE FIVE CENTS FOUR FREED "SC0TTSB0R0 BOYS" IN N. Y. Sixty-Six-Year- OldWomanJailed For Bus Theft Aged Seguin W oman Must Spend Twenty-Five Days in Bastile A slxty-eix-year-old Seguin wciii- in, Mrs. Mary Evans, 317 Shelby Btreet, was sentenced, Tuesday, luly L7, by Judge Charles J. Mat- thews in County Court-at-Law Number Two, to fifteen days in (all, and fined fifteen dollars and costs, amounting to a total of thirty •« dollPr«t fnr the theft of nineteen dollars from a fellow passenger on a bus on which she was returning to Seguin from a fislt In Fort Worth. The aged women, interviewed In tbo county jail by a Register re- porter, declared that she had been Visiting a sister In Fort Worth. Although declaring that sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

'AUK TWU TEXAS COMMUNITIE 1 | Corpus Christi FIKXT CO\(!KEGATIO\ IL- CHRISTI AN ( III KCII The Reverend Spurg<on Jay r. filled his pulpit Sunday, July 'J.I. id, in: Mayfi at all scr "The Song Kiddle of t ject used : based on thou to ta some time. of tl p Wo Lamb and d" was the at the 11 o'clock 1 Rev. 4 !>, "Worth 1 he the lxx thereof; fr and tile i slain." "Christ's Code f< r Conduct**, was he subject at the evening hour,. >nsed on Matt. 7:12, "All thin2^ : here fore whatsoever ye would hat men should do unto you even | 4n do ye also unto th<*;n. ST. PAI L METHODIST CHI RCH T1k attendan -e was good at tin seven o'clock services. The pastor's subject wa«s "Prayer". Sunday •School opened on tune with Prof. ) I Bolttei in charfe. Mr. J. rhomp* n was a pointed teacher of the senior class. Epworth League ofiened at tho regular hour with President P olden at his iw>>*t. Mrs. lluth Redden conducted the question period. The senior choir was at its best during the eveni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

v. TV. : sm<s*i L0 FBIDAY, JULY 3u, aaa'f ANTONIO REGISTER A lfy F. M. DAVbi lF r Tli« AtrnttatM Iifcrro Preis) Three S. A. Girls Qualify As Senior Life Savers T^HE first Race girls in the history of San Antonio—and, so fUr as is known, the first in the state of Texas—last week successfully passed the senior life-saving tests of the American National Red Cross at examinations conducted at Central Play- ground swimming pool. John Griggs, Central life guard, assisted by J. C. O'Donnell, the Texas state oxaminer (white), was the official examiner. Earl Itkiiardson, the other Central guard, trained and lnsructed the group. The successful girl candidates are, Irene Dawson, who made an average of 87; Josie Buckley, 86, and Olivia Hrown, 80. They have received their certificates, and are now qualified as senior life sav- ers. Richardson and Griggs, the Cen- tral life guards, were the first colored men to pnss the tests and qualify as senior life savers. The strenuous tests Include dem- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 July 1937

ft, iV ■ ■ ■■ Ha 8 noi C.vib ruun SAN ANTONIO RKOIKTKR A Publication Dedicated to Kigtit, Justice, and l'rogresa rtibmshrd nnn*f o men wkrk THK RROISTKIt IMHiUSUIVn (lOMPAl^E, orrir* ao? noiitii ckniur mtuket PBONR pa rilKIIHAL It'll P O. Mlf 871 SAN A Mil MO. I'F.X AS Bnterrd a* second-ciaa* matter Mhj t , '911 at th« Poet Of firs at Snn Antonio. Ier.au. under An ol March «. 1879 Artverllslnit rate. ruriil.heo an Mquett. tiutuu niillon rales I ><wr 12.(III. « month* II.tt; «ing' «i|.y in NATIONAL AOVCRTiaiNa P E WtESFNT ATI VC9 W S I|. CO.. CHICAGO NIW VOGH. LM tNGtlES. DOCHIitF*. * A Nt Aft CITY A NO I AGO* O01O COAST. AFRICA ALL NEW® MAT rtn SHOULD BE IN 3U OrriCt BV rutaOAV NOON TO APPtAM IN CUBRfNT ISSUE NEWB MATTt MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTIN AND ON ONLY ONE • IOE OP COPv SHEET 'HI RIGHT TO CONDENSE M TT|« >n« CONvrN'INrf OH ■ APtTV I* RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAID POB riAN ANTONIO ■I'*'1 Eh Contributions Editorials Science, Arts Opinions FKIUAV, JULY Ml, tm VALMO C ...

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