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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

NT I !• l'Uia fc'lilM A MEMBER THE 8AN AiSTONIO NEW OHAMBEK OF COMMEKCZ Sat* Ajvtox 10 Register RIGHT - PROGRESS VOL. 7—NO. 24 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, Santone Catholic Schools Show Student Decrease Church Institutions Join Public Schools in Enrollment Drop Figures obtained this week from the city's three Catholic schools disclose a decline In enrollment compared to that of last year, at the corresponding time. The total jittered through Tuesday of this week was 387; last year's figure was 413, there being a better than six per cent declension In the comparative enrollments. Proportionately, hotvere r, the Cuthollc Institutions held their own much better than did the public school system, which, in its opening enrollment, last week, re- vealed J2I, or more than nineteen per cent, fewer students thin til .se entered in 1938. A Catholic school, Holy Redeem- er, Is the only InatltnMin In the city, either public- or ' i-lvaie, to show an increased nrollmeut— h .'.over slight—over the opening...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

?.MJB TWO TEXAS COMMUNITIE, and SCHOOL NEWS fr-.—. — ~ V | Plea?anton News j Mrs. Mary McYea of 112 Brown Street, San Antonio, entertained the Ladies Aid last Friday after- noon. A delicious iviwist wa< serv- ed. Mrs. Carrie Littles was a vis- itor in the meeting. Rev. Phoenix, the district super- intendent, held his last qna.*;erly conference Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Johnson were here Sunday. They were accompanied hack to San Antonio by their mother, Mrs. Dora Jacks.>n. ^r. Garland Jack- on left Sunday morning for Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. R.>l ert Walls were San Antonio visitors Saturday and Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. McVea returned home Monday morning from York- town. |Kame9 City Newej Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Foley and family left last Tuesday for Lub- bock. P—COn and Mrs. R. L. RlCC Mr. and Mrs. R. Lott left last Wednesday for Snn Antonio and Lulahock. Mrs. Rutbie Johnson and family and Mrs. Lucy King left Saturday morning for Winter. The II. M. S. met Saturday eve- ning with Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

NX r PAUK TIIKKB FRIDAY, 8KPTEMBKH 17, 1937 - ■ flNTUN IU KJ5U1STEI* B Coaches, Officials Hold 6th Annual Meet in Dallas r DALLAS, Texas.—The outstand- ing feature of the sixth annual session of the Coaches and Offi- ciate Association of the Southwest, meeting here last Saturday at the Moorland Branch Y. M. C. A., was the acceptance of the Louisiana officials by reciprocity with the Southwest officials. An interesting program was pre- sented during the day's two ses- sions, with P. D. Whltted, concli of the San Antonio senior school, and vice president of the associa- tion, speaking on "Sportsmanship —Officials to Coaches". Others appearing on program were: F. A. Jackson, president of the association, "Some Highlights In the Couches and Officials As- sociation's History"; L. L. MeGee, "Some Observations Concerning Uniforms of Officials and Sugges- tions". Coach Fowler, "Sportsman- ship—Coaches to Officials"; Jim- my Law, "Relationship of Officials to Each Other as It Affects Their D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

•AGE FOFR s\\ a\tomo rmjistkk A Publication Dedicated to Kifjtit, JuutK* and Progress PUBLISHED rHIPAt 0 * CII WKK* HI TIIF. RRCJISTKIt ITRI.ISMINH COMPANY OF KICK 807 MOUTH nm«I STIiKKT PHONE CAI'll RURAL lt*l P Q. BOS t7« SAN ANIO.NIO. IKXAS Kntered as mcoii(1-c1um mallei May o. '931 at ih® l*o®t Offlc® at S.^n Antonio. 1 -aa. under Act of March «. 1879 Advertising rates rurulshM on reqiH** tfutwcnpnoe rat« 1 year fsi.UOj 6 months. |i tft; etnfls copy. 4c NATIONAL 4DVCRTISINS RtPWCSCNTATI VES W LOS 4NGKLCS. "©CHESTER KANSAS CITY « HWP CO.. CXICAaO. NEV* YORK I ACQS HOLD COAST. AFRICA. ... New. MATTER SHOULD BE m OUR OFFICE By TUESDAY NOON TO AR^EAR IX cu..E«" ...J. — ««« « j WE RIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCE OR CURRENT ■ IDG OR CORV SHEET SAFETY IS nESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS RAIC OR V.U.MO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE O CBAWKOKD- 0. J. ANHREW8 J A. JAMES— J W HOLLAND Managing Editor Advertising Mansgir .Contributing Editor CHAIN GANG AND PUBLIC OPINION FOLLOWING upon the h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

f riWPAY, SKPTBMBKK 17, 1'JJi ANTONIO RKOfSTKH I paob rm NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FRFE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your fnll nki.it, birthdate, and correct address to your letter. For . "Private Reply" ... 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 A'-TONIO REGISTER. P. O. Box 372, San Antonio, Texat. J. 0.—Tlie government roves me ty who found the dot? had no way some money <ju tlie soil build- ing plot, and I wish to know it I will get I hc money? An*: If the government owes of telling to whom it belonged as there was no eollar or tog on (he dog when found. Tile animal lias a good home, and will stay there ! safely until yon locate the party you one cent, you mar rest as- tvho hag it. surad that yon will get it in due I & ,H-nocs tllls mnn that I time. A. all government bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

1 PAOB SIX O C I SAN ANTONIO IV.STBS Campfire Girls Tin Camp/Ire Girls met Tues- day afternoon at Library Auditor!-1 Uiii to organize three new groups. I] Mrs. Mattie Landry, founder, and) Airs. Percy Brooks have set up an extensive program to aid in es- tablishing a permanent camp. "Too long has the C'ajnpfire been hiding its light under a bushel," says Mrs. Landry, it is time for everyone I of us to shout a little, and' wo | must remember that such shouting i< not for glory to ourselves but] (bat tins rare anff beautiful thing which Is campfire may be brought! to more girls, i, Js very geI(]i)m ,1,<' Ouapflte tlirls have ask- ed the public for funds, they have desired to have their parUcnlai program presented to the public I through an organization which [ Stood on its own feet financially bot to accomplish the purpose of I «iTin to the girls a permanent camp we will appeal to the public ror aid through some of our en- tertainment during the year.' Star Dust Boys Social Club...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

T, 1937 \ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBKK 17, l!W fTONTO REGISTER PAGE 8EVKN ALAMO city briefs ■ >n ' 1 * nsnal IliislMM. i eoaalsa •lent in ag ud- *t wa us pre*. be wit! ! Host I Chlldress-ItiYivcr PfBpfials jfltev. and Mrs. Childress an- nounce the marriage o( their daughter, Lena Mae, to Mr. Moses At wood Brewer on Tuesday, Sep- tember 7, at the hride's houte, 418 Arthur Street. Kev. R. E. Martin | If performed the ceremony. Only Hie iiuiiK'dinto families and a few inti- ljiS>atc friends were present, I '■ .. . • ( Meution Register to our silver- Users. 33ss yotr you 4 3 lor | ll3 To College Mis.i Vivian Ethel Harper, (laughter of L>r. It. L. Harper of Yoakum, Texas, and Miss Mortis Marjorle Steen, daughter of Mr. *nd Mrs. tt. A. Steen, Cuero, Tex m, are departing this week for Prairie View and Samuel Huston Colleges, respectively. The young ladies are popular favorites lu San Antonio, and are nieces of Mrs. Daisy Steen, 711 North Centre Street. To Compliment Visitor - Miss 0111 !>...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 September 1937

*AUB eiOHT I Ureal fW every recipe. Be «ue- stsafal la your baking um Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wings Flour PIONEER FLOUR MILLS 8.VN ANTONIO. o log all members to come out and bear this message. Visitor* are likewise welcome. Sunday at 8:30 P- m« there will be a musicalo, sponsored by the music committee. Saturday night a chile (upper *ill be given on the lawn. WEST EM) BAPTIST Rev. E. D. Dukes, Pastor Church News Thoughts To Ponder By MBS. M. A. GOODWIN The way to be righted our- selves, is to be careful not to nninif others; for with what imasure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. Mat- thew 7:2. Sunday School was well attend- ed with the superintendent and staff present; the superintendent conducted the review. At 11:00 n. m„ prayer service was conducted by the deacon board. In the ab- sence of the paStor who is attend- ing the National Baptist Conven- tion, Rev. It. L. Murry delivered the morning sermon from the sub- I Ject, "We Gain by Losing". B. T S. at the usua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

'fills FIRM A MEMBER TIIE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER Of COMMERCE San Atvtojvto Register RIGHT - JUSTICfc , PROGRESS THE WISE MAN The nine uian studies -s no that he can learn from tl...r olsUiitfi, and at their expeuM, I VOL. 7—NO. 25 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY fenSMBER 24, 1937 Victim of "One- Man Mob" Gets Death Sentence Fifteen-Year-Old Boy to Die in Gas Chamber, October 15 Hy Tho AtNorliltfd Necrn PrcHl. MAHION, X. C.—Mann Siullh, IB, attacked in court elglit nays prevlouly by a one-man mob, Tues- day was sentenced by Judge Felix E. Alley to die in the gas chamber at Raleigh on October 15 for rap- ing Evelyn Brltt, 13-year-old girl. Highway patrolmen stood guard in this lynch-mlnded community to see that Smith got a "fair trial". However, proceedings were orderly and in perfect contrast with the earlier arraignment when Frank Anderson, white plumber, attacked the boy with an iron pipe. A mistrial was declared, Judge Al- ley uskid for troops, and Anderson was arrested and lodged in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

' ■ ;* two SAN Airrumu rib Brenham New s Mrs. Edna Cotton died suddenly nt her home Saturday night from acute indigestion. She waa a faithful member of the Main Street Baptist Church and n.-iu«*in- ber of Heroines of Jericho, One sister, Mrs. Olivia Nelson, and a host of other relatives and friends survive. Funeral services were conducted from the M. K. Church at Watronsville, Tuesday. Mrs. Su>.ui Monroe celebrated her S4th birthday Sunday. Septem- ber 19. Mrs. Julia M.ie Graves has re- turned from a tvro weeks* visit 1 with relatives in Galveston. Friends of Alpha Dicker son were proud to hear of her | marriage in Detroit, 'Michigan. Edgar News i. Sunday School opened at 0:.'M) with t lie superintendent in charge. The lesson was beautifully reviewed by Rev. N. K. lleodersoa. At 3 o'clock devotion was con- ducted by Sister* C. A. Lockett and Ella Wirabi^h. The pastor preached a wonderful sermon from the subject, ''Delegated Authori ty". Visitors were Mr. and Mr Tom Thomas, Miss B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

■ft' ■ fltlDAY, SKFTJSMBiGK 24, 1W87 t&H ANTONIO REGISTER ==3-—. — CAUD 111KEB . V. OUT TO BEAT TEX. IN OPENER,0CT.2 TYLER, TcxaB.—Two grout Southwestern Conference elevens will swing into action Saturday, October 2 nt the East Texas Fair park in Tyler to open the much dlccussed 1037 coaforence campaign when tl.a Texa« College Steers tangie with Snm Taylor's Tralrle View Panthers. Alter battling the Panthers to a scoreless tie last year in l'an- therville, the Steers recovered from their hapless start to pull the big- jest surprise In southwestern grid ilstory by winning their last four fames to cop their third consecu- tive grid crown. rrairio View, with the b€Bt pros pects In tho last few years will be out to defeat the Steers for the first time since 1033 when they trounced them 20-0. On the other land the Steers will be out to do fend their crown and win their fourth consecutive championship. Coaches Hettlg and Mumford Joined the coaches' mourners bench this week when their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

PAMI r<)VR S\\ ANTONIO HKOISTKK A Publication Dedicated *> Night. Justice, and Progress PttSMSSKO <> «ACB WKM Rv TITV RT'UISTI'.lt 1*1'HI.ISIIINIJ COMI'ANY s « item nun fit frrwcn j.M ITSI r O. IM>* 878 \\IOMIO l'K\ AS orrio piwsw raiu> N \ \ iCnterod an set-on tl-cuui# ma' Aii'onto under Art ol r*inc«K. 8'jwnpnon ru'es l Uav 9X1 at the Poet OffW at san :< 1879 Advertising rate# furnu'tied on I1 lot ( month* 1 ; «"«' *«■ n(w nationm ADVERTISING «1* w ' ?iv«S Mr B II** co. CWICAOO coa 4ng8l(« *orHiiri« ««*< *« cirv ano « ago. aoto co* t are.ca ♦or* ALL NIWI MA rreR #HOO! r> B« cubweni imui nemra m*rrt ai of of COR1 , 3UR OTflCt IT TUHOAV NOON ro APRtAR IN Mtj^v mr PL * INL V WR1TTIH AMO ON OSL* ONE rhi RICMT fr cnNPCN<r M*TTII 'o« conv w Nrr OR a a f itv IS ntsrRVfO uNira« «'■ -H MATtCII IB RAID ROB V AIjMO c JOSEPHINE l) J AM HI i :\vs. J A JAMK8 — j W HOIXANU peixingkk w II CHWVKi>lft _______ President Seere'a ry V tinging Kdttor .Advertising .Manag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

VIUUAY, SKl'TEMUKK 24, J'J31 ban antonio re'iistrr PAGE PIVg NOTE:—YOUR Question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping of this column and sign your full name, birthdatc, 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 b'. return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. Send all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. O. Bo* 372, San Antonio, Texa«. A. V.—I ain the mother of sereu children, and we moved recently and the children do not like where wo are. Will I jj<'t ii house nud be al)le to move liaelc to our home town? Am: Give up the idea as your husband will do quite well where lie la this winter, i'ut the children in school and just as soon as they meet friends of their own am* they won't dislike the new lorn- lion. Tile chaiifcc will work out quite favorable for all concerned. M. K. M.—A lady went out of lwr way to tel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

1 f MGB SIX SAN &NTUMO UfiJEII T X Alamo City c o c Activities H5mn FK1DAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 190i U IB § Galveston Couple Spends Gay Week- End in San Antone lis Clark ion, *f Gal' ml Miss Rntli ston, Texas, on- full and pleasant end in the Alamo City, being i ,>f Mr. mid Mrs. W. A. Shennmloah Street, oug ut her friemls plily enter- i he visitors wore the line Miss ltemioe Miller, and Messrs. Ft Cooper. Mr. Clar parted Moi Worth, wto be joined to Fort W< Shannon v ix Hi and Miss S day aftermni re Miss St. rth. Mr. Clar sited Austin am i E. 1>. launon de- i for Fort innon will r. Enroute i and Miss and later ipped at Waco. Talent Revealed in Tots' Dance Class According to the report Mrs. Percy Brooks, pianist for the dancing class sponsored by the Catholic Junior League, the chil- dren ing trained in tap. inter- and ecoentrlc dancing ssiug rapidly. The class. prolan NO. are PWI with the o vue in n Mrs. Brot days. Mrs. ini idea <►* leasing a in Call- ining the the next ouk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1937 SAN AKTONTO REGISTER i'AUE SKVKN Voung Santoaian ! Claimed by Four Years' Illness An illness *of four years ended \1n ilie death, Friday morning, At l 8:15 o'clock, of Morris Hauiucl Johnson, 2.0, of 70," Cuneyway. He I Iliad been bedridden for the past |f II two years. Horn in Gonzales, Texas, June I jjlG, 1014, the decedent, following the death of his mother, had l>ecn brought to San Antonio at an early nge, here residing, for many years, "with an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Roes. Following his father's second marriage, young Johnson again took residence with -his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Johnson, with whom he resided during his ill- ness and subsequent death. He wns a 1032 graduate of Douglass high school, nnd was widely known in the younger set. The very largely attended funer- al services were held Sunday aft- ernoon, from Friendship Baptist • Church, of which the decedent was a member, with the Rev. G. |'Jf. C. Curry offic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 September 1937

BAN ANTONIO RE rAui KIUIIT l i every recipe. lie iue- eesofui In juur baking, use Pioneer Flour and Pioneer White Wing3 Flour FKIOAY, SKITEMBER 24, 1*81 ! (jg? !.T«ui 1 Moray j PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO. must register .by nest Sunday, no later than the first. CHIRCH OK (iOI) Rev. C. J. Kason, Pastor ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES Sunday Sch. « l opened on time Sunday with tin* superintendent and teachers at their p~sts. At S :()0 o'clock the iNtetor t>i night a burning message from the subject, "The New Birth"} services were largely attended. The Y. P. M. has competed its final plans for the state convention to convene here October 1, 2 and 3. There will Ik? many out of town visitors. Every- one Us cordially invited to conic out and worship with us. PALESTINE BAPTIST Rev. A. A. Iliil, Pastor Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Death is a conquered enemy; be cannot hurt you if he finds you clothed in the garment of holy Hand ifiration. Therefore, engage the Lord on your sid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 December 1937

,,, ■ ■" ' . 1'UiS HUM A MEMBER TUB SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMiSEK or COMMERCE iy7ipmrr.il W|TT|fW«'BllW|pgl||MW4([PJilllIjdjj SAW Aw tow 10 RIGHT . JUSTICE . PROGRESS Register REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEWS While It Is NEWS! VOL. 7—NO. 35 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DK( my I'KICK FIVE CENTS SON KILLS MAN THREATENING MOTHER m f 1 S. A.'s Drive for WileyEndowment Making Headway C j CampaignWorkersRcporl Generous Response From Citizens With the affiliated members showing much intercut and en- thusiasm, the plans of the local committer, under the capable leadership of Thunas L. Holley, are favorably progressing to pro- vide San Antonio's share in the Wiley College endowment cam paign to raise $115,000—the balance needed if Wiley is to claim a sec- ond $160,000 from the general education board of the Rockefeller Foundation. Plans have been made to contact every organization In the city, with the contacts made thus far indicating a very generous re- sponse to the endowment cause. The San Antonio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 December 1937

m TWO r— ■ ■ '' v on« niiiuniv; . v ST v a e * S L ^ w \ WQPI j <i i ; v| ■" ' n' E! and SCHOOL Edgar JN L Corpus Chnsii 3y G. A. Csrro!l- Tjlcp'ion; 34*3 - 1415 S:n Juan St. Taft News Ii BC1 SC0t3r Lewis H. Pinka Upon a r< \ent sm the averncv p DA .Hem y i (I, w La ;il Lib; • 11 ' Nan iii' Mt. Nebo Churca celr i < tliiri.v-lliird anniversary * mi: , on Wednwd, '/Acit niglit, inclcmant : oh: hi ted a meeting. Antioch ISaptiat ni^ht " v. 1'. 1.. While, pastor ii ; i soul stirring Sermon, Ka >tist <"hurdi. ft •, ! I as:or, was iu cbsr« :• A splendid i;.vs. -'•t from tlie subject,: vlsitoj^ I i for muni, /m rjin nr/iv n, i?rn$ Distinguished id 1 Tin in. : As and 1) l!ev. n. r.ai : this his : ^ ored bj 1,'e Dr. W I licet r) are u:..! . . care for i. Fr< -'lent y. K. 1 fourteen hundred I rs nr.l mode rat. : >*king for coni| i bis meeting to rai rpol uatiug the w .uadalnpe. Frk-n ■;:ine townw arc ii rch (fonnerl j Wilson, the an I Rev. W. B 1' :V.-s(ir.ns \. a!!(lid. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 December 1937

ymiMX, xjkcemu^h a, ivpi oapi *n>i'unii; rtkuicubi* rnttKK Basketball Season Opens To-Night MlTt'llKlX'S OAKAOE Day and niclil wmtiei Krfvtoe. Virginia al Haelilierry L Vi'Ji Three Games, Presentation of 1936-37 Awards, and Dance Feature Gala Opening Night THE 1937-38 basketball season is scheduled to get off to a roaring start tonight, at the Recreation Center, beginning kit seven-thirty o'clock, when the ball is tossed up for the first of a triple bill of games in the basketball division of the Alamo Athletic Association. Not only will tonight's activities bring together six classy court Bquads of the ten- i team league, but last season's league winners and runners-up, and the individual stars of the 1936-37 swison will also be ap- propriately awarded at colorful ceremonies. Then, following the last of the trio of games, the fans will "swing out" to the tunes of Allen Vann's widely heralded dance orchestra. The distinction of prying off the lid for the current season's play wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 3 December 1937

IPPPtF % ruuK «K SAN ANTONIO KKUIHTKR ▲ Publication Dedicated to Kicht Justice and Proifresa SAN ANTtiVil REGISTER ■ *'■ • i Mr >- Science, Arts Opinions Contributions Editorials JVKIUAY, DECEMBER 8, 193> Tid Bits From The Week's News] PUBLISHED t-'HI DA \ Of K<('ll tt'RRB BY THK PlfJISTKU IM'RMSIIIVO COMPANY OFHCK 207 snmil I'DVIHH <IHRRT J* HON F CAT IIK UK A I. 17U1 - - P. 0. ItOX NA.N \N III\lli I F, \ AS Knrer«u & mtcoi.u-t la** nattei May n >*.H tha Post Office at Sat Antonio, l ex a a, under Act at March 1, lM?9 Advertising rate* furnished ">r | raqueai. Sutmcriptlon rates I year ftf.oo. « months. 11 'i6 tingle -op> 6- NATIONAL AOVCRTISINa REPRESENTATIVES W S tl** CO.. CHICAGO NEW vO K OS ANQtlfS ROCHESTER KANSAS CITV AGOS. 30i.P COAST ATfTtCA ALL NeWI MATTER SHOUlO BE IN 3U OPriCt B* TlitSCkV -|OON TO \ *« EAR IK CURRANT ISSUE NEWI MATTER MUST Be PtAINl* WRITTBN ANP ON ONL* ONf SI OE O* COR* SHEET rhJB RIGHT TO CONPENSE MATTER rOR ION VP H< P W P ...

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