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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

?*■?. if k * m/Mui, I TI113 F1KM A MEMBER THE SAN ANTONIO NEW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sajv Antojvjo Register RIGHT . JUSTK PROGRESS REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEWS While It Is NEWS! % 'm, VOL. 7—NO. 43 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FKID/F^jIANUARY_28^938^ PKIt'E FIVE CENTS Two San Antonio Residences Swept by Flames Flaming Dress Burhs Girl, 4 Garment of Child, Standing Close to Stove, Ignites, Enveloping Youngster in Flames TOT'S COOL HEAD SAVES LIFE mi, I /I Refugio Street Child Leaps into Bed and Attempts to Smother Blazing Apparel With Bed Clothing - * FOUB-year-old girl, Juanita Ellison, daughter of Mr. and A Mrs. Monroe Ellison, was very pUinfully and seriously burned Tuesday morning, when, as she stood close to U. wood stove in her home at 713 Befugio Street, her dress caught Are and she was enveloped in flames, hut the tot's surprising presence of mind and intelligent, quick thinking probably saved her life when nhe leaped into her bed. smothering the flames with bc<l clothing. She further ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

n mtmmW^SKfKSKm^mmi&tmTiMi WO TEXAS COMMUNITIES NEWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- TelepSons 3413 • 1416 San Juan St. mi de ret ail d. Put my speller at my feet Tell Mrs. Hoc to always be sweet. Hy Grade Lee Garrett, S.M. Cole# high school. Prof. O. L. Bolilen teacher. CHTJRCH NEWS FIRST CilXGREGATIONAL* CHRISTIAN (HIRCH The Kev. Spurgwm Jay Mayfleld, Pastor The Reverend Mayfleltl, jwisfor. left filled his pulpit at both services to pay your poll tax. Sunday January 23, "Hording ou.- . ant 10 h.ivi anything tol IifiWft" was subject at tbo bow your city is tj be morning hour, based on MiirU 11 :.l, years, you J "The Lord Hath Need of Him . Commenting on his sermon the Reverend Mr. Mayfleld said: "Un- der the magic touch of Jesus, the Wednesday evening. Mr. I cross on which lie died, the land lie was {on which He lived, the boat in * MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Our route boys have hud some trouble collecting far their papers each weqji. Some customers prefer waiting three or four weeks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

I < FBIDAT, JANUARY as, 1338 ummro «EaisrE« St. Peter, Wheailey Finalists BASKET STANDINGS Final (Rcgnlnr Schedule) O. W, L, Tip Top Rotary— a 9 0 l'hlllia Wheatley- 9 f 8 St. Phllln's 9 St. Peter Claver—* 9 Camp Stanlery_— 9 <fc 1 Humming Bird*-. 9 Porters . .. 9 West End 8 Central - , 8 tct 1.000 .777 .777 .866 .444 .444 ,125 .125 .Ui Ft. Sam Hor.ston 9 msiLTs ti4 Friday, January 21. ■Wheatley 2, Central 0. (Forfeit.) 8t. Philip's 35, Humming Birds 15. rorters 21, Fort Sam Houston IE. Wednesday, January 20. Shaurfinessy Semi-Finals Wheatley 35, St. Philip s 26. 8t. Peter Claver 34, Rotary 20. SCHEDULE Shaughnessy Finals Monday, February 7 Bt. Peter vs. Wheatley. (For Championship) Botary vs St. Philip's (For third place) Emory King Leads Tillotson to Win Over St Philip's By CHAS. A. 8TUBBLJSFIEIJ) AUSTIN, Texas.—Bandy Tajfior's formidable Tillotson College Golden Eagles, fresh from a thrilling 34- 30 victory over the once mighty Prairie View State College quintet, swooped do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

*00* SAN ANTONIO REGISTER „ A Publication Dedicated to (tight, Justice, tod Progress PUBLISHED nilDAT Of MCI WRKK Bt • ' THF. RKOISTKIt PIJBT.ISOT1W3' COMPANY orric* 107 wnom n*Nin* htiikkt PHOJTE CATHKUHAlt 1721 - - r. 0. BOS 1.108 KA.N A.YIONHI, 1CXA8 ■ — Enured u •econd-clas. matter May 4. ItXI. at the Foat Offlca at San Antonio, Texaa, under Act of March *. 1871. Advertising ratea furnished on reuuesC. Subscription ratea: I year. f?.0U; 6 months. $1.24; single copy, 6c. national *ovrwt na aa^TstNTATivEa w. a. www com chicaoo. n*w voftK. LOS •N6ILIS. ftOCHESTKR. HANIA1 CITV AND IA0OS. OOLO COAST. africa. au. news matter should b* in our office bv tue* 'at noon to \* pear in current IfSUt. news natter must se rlainlv written ano on ®nlt one •ios aw copy sheet, the right to condense natter for convenience or safety is reserved unless such matter is paid for. VALMO C. BELLINGEIL. JOSEl'HINE 0. CKAWFORO... C. J. ANHUEW8- J. A. JAMES CELESTE ALLEN- J. W HOLLAND- -Managing Editor -Adve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

- -KIDay, jawuakjt 28, ia;ifi iyj itnuio i en ann ae=rr rrv } FT. 1 f- tsmz «Bd love Bixtaea-ya "frushe*". Ibom and the strain 41. B— hand, nr w ™-««J i ham vgn ever with fifteen points, while the 1 d iove M. B. TTw mnjoritj of pint nam? imrcApdrt pinr>« «i\t<*- >e*r-old giH« have their "orushM" but they soon get over then and their little hearts stand the strain without hurting Uirai. AI. B.—Will I ever find a hus- band, or will I always hare to fight my battle alone? Ana: You could hare a hus- band If jou would make up your miud not to be "too clioiry". You can't have everything yon desire in one person, so get out and iro with the different friends that you know, regard less of whether you ore in love with them or net, and you will pet married in time. U. 3.—What la wrong with my 'eon's liead; ai*o tell oie what my sccond son should do at this time! Ans: Take your sou to a head spwialist and have him examined. He will <leteet the trouble. Regard- ing your serond son: ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

J* i i M m •a "BAN ANTONH SATURDAY 35° JAN. 29 35 9;00 = 1:00 A.M." ,~W I sm mm? I BBUIS-fKIl FRIDAY, JANUABY . FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE ELLA AUSTIN ORPHANAGE , "PRESIDENT'S BALL\*m LIBRARyj ^AUDITORIUM r S O C 1 IE T ¥ Alamo City Former Santonian, Now Resident of New York, Feted During Visit c MRS. Und Mrs. John Carter were hosts, Monday evening, January 17 at an elaborate dinner party at Cactus Cafe, complimenting Mr. Carter's sister. Mrs. Mabel Carter Burrjll, former San Antonian, who was here on a visit from New York City where she has resided for almost twenty years. Mrs. Burrell is U daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, Sr., 416 North Cheny Street. Sharing honors with Mrs. Burrell was Mr Eddie Thompson of St.i Guests bidden were Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Mtos Bessie Bagloy, Tampa, Florida, Mr. SI Gamer Mrs. Susie Manuel, Berkeley, Cal- ifornia, Prof, and Mrs. I. J. Hodges, Houston, Mr. Herbert William?, and Mr. Aaron Webster. On Monday afternoon, Mrs. Bur- rell, her parents, Mr. and M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

I r I *KlUAir, JANUARY 28, iy;j8 SAN A! No Charg es— There is no charge for item* appearing in the "Alamo City Briefs" columns, for church and club reports, for social Activities, or for general news items. The one requirement for publication, is that all material MUST reach the office of San Antonio Register, 207 North Centre Street, Post Office Box 1598, NOT LATER than TUESDAY NOON. Register retains the unqualified reservation to edit material as it deems necessary. There is a nominal charge for cards of thtinks. "in memoriams", announcements, and similar material. Kind- ly call Register office, Cathedral 1721, for verification of any prices that you might be quoted. And Register solicits, and is eager to publish, your club, church, social, and personal news. Alamo City Briejs Cowl lb-tier Miss Oulda Wallace, !«8 Cule- tra. pr ifnr St. Philip's Junior College coed, who has been ill tor the put mouth, Is -reported Im- proved. • Improving Mrs. Rosie Lee Haywood, who has been confine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 January 1938

Sf M n it ll cUB? BlUH'i SAN ANTONTO KKri "I ,,.,. fi Jour favorite (irucer always bas fresh supply si Pioneer and Whita Wing« Flour at the right prices © i&usU •hwnt i PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES of the CHURCHES j Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist oX the Southwest Texas Conference, A. M. E. Church (>ur loved onw are plucked from the burning; they res! from their labor; anil our IiOrd, in that. is trying us and casting us in his purjrinfi: Are- one of our city teachers was presented, telling us about the Toting of the bond Issue umf pay- ment of our poll tax. At *lx o'clock the B. T. 8. opened with Miss Ehnlra Combe presiding. Program rendered by Croup No. 4, Mrs. pastor delivered a wonderful mes- sage to a large audience. His subject, "What Am I Going to Get For Following Jesus?" The "Bible Band met at tlve o'clock. The pastor taught a splendid lesson. B. T. 8. at the usual hour. Llllie Melton, leader. After a At ight o'clock the senior choir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

1 *F ''' l-'V REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEWS While It la NEWS! Saw Antonio Register RIGHT - JUSTICE t PROGRESS LICENSE MONEY No Long Investigation Get Money Immediately JUST BRING YOUR CAR PAPERS—WE DO TUE REST Bring this ad TBAVIS FINANCE CO. 131 Main Ave. V. U881 VOL. 7—NO. 52 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FRIDAY, Al'lflh I. ims PRICE FIVE CKN'l'S WOMAN PLUNGES KNIFE INTO MAN'S HEART wm So. San Antonio Eg*™* GetsPublicAffairs Forum Center New Center toHold First Discussion Tonight at So. S. A. School A community public affairs forum center has been established at the South Han Antonio colored school, according to an announce- ment thifl week by I-^wis A. Adams, forum field worker and organiser, with the new center's first forum being scheduled for tonight, Fri- day, April 1, at the school, which is in the four hundred block of Hosack avenue. The discussion topic will be "Health and Sanitation in the Community", and the principal speaker will be W. A. King of the San Antonio health department. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

PP""" • : TWO FRIDAY, APRIIj 1, 1931 TEXAS COMMUNITIES and BAN, ANTONIO REUlSTEh I Taft News | (This report received too late for publication last week ) Rev. W. M. Aduius of Corpus Chrlsti tilled the pulpit here on the second Sunday. A wonderful lesson w-i-i tansht at eleven o'clock, the subject, The * Diving order for tlie Local Churches". The Home Mission Society <lonared $<>.00 t*> the church to be paid on seats. Comfortable seats for the whole church have been purchased and add much to the beauty of our hou.«e of worship. Tl e Four Leaf Clover Club mer Friday ar the home of Mrs. Hubert McNeil with the presid nt, Sirs. E. Mitchell in charge. After the scripture lesson and discuasiou the hostess. Mrs. McNeil and Mrs. Ona MeKnight served a delicious luncheon. Tli© club will meet ogain at the home of Mrs. Nina Thomab, March -5. The Home Mission Society will sponsor a style show in April at the North Ward school. Lonni Taylor i* on the sick lint. Marian Anderson Enthrall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

rRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 MOREHOUSE THIN-CLADS ^ ANSWER CALL ATLANTA, Georgia.—Tho enll of lljio outdoor cinder path Lai once ognin reverberated throughout the «acred walls of Morehouse College and the "men of maroon and ■white" have responded heartily. Freeh from a mediocre hardwood eec.son, ihe athletes out on the "Old Hed lllH" are now lured by a sport which features annually piston-like legs streaking off, tying and re-breaking track nnd Held records. Afciilo from the host of lettermen that are hack in camp, severul newcomers with tine high school records behind them have reported for duty. Among other lettermen ore the ever colorful George "ltuhber" Mitchell, of Gary, Indiana, who, In a dual meet agnlnst Tnskegec Institute laBt year, established new southern records In the 440- yard dash (time, 4!) seconds), the low liurdieo (time, 24:7 seconds), nnd the running broad Jump, (distance, 22:4 feet). Bubber lias been training diligently. «"d 1b pointing towards another line sea son. Ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

- x ■ iUU* 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER SAN ANTONIO REGISTER } A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and I'rogrosa PtTBLISDCD rillD«T Ot KACI1 WEEK B( THE ttFGTSTKH PCRI.ISHIXO COMPANY omc* sot Nntmr ntr « sthkkt P1IOKK CATHKIIRAl 1721 - - P. O. ItOS ISM SAM ANTO.NIK. fF.XAS Entered eecoud-claae matter day 5. 1931. at the t'oet Office at San Antoi.lo. i'esae. under Act or March S, 1879. Advertising rules furnished on regueec. Subscription rates: I year. J? 00; 6 montha f 1.16; single copy, 6c. NATIONAL anvCRTISINa KiPffrSCNTATlVK* a. iirp CO.. C'HICAOO. NKW VCR*. LOI ANOILIS. ftOCMCSTBR. K A Nf At CITY A NO IASOS. 001.D COAST. AFRICA. ALL NtWS MATTER SMOULO BC IN OUR OFFICE BT TUESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE. NKV*B MATTER MUST BE PLAINLY WRITTEN AND ON ONLV ONE BICE OP COPY SHCET. THZ NIGHT TO CONDENSE MATTER 'OR COWENIENCF OR SArBT▼ IB nESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAID PGR. Science, Arts ■n Opinions Contributions Editorials FRIDAY, APRIL 1, mra Tid Bits From The Week's News ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 5AN ANTONIO REGISTER KTVB ■ J - r NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you include a clipping ol this column and sign your full r.ame. birthdate. and correct address to your letter. For a "Private Reply" send only (25c) and a sell-addressed, stamped envelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by 'return mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. a Rend all letter* to: ABBE WALLACE, care of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER, P. 0, IJox 1588. Sun Antonio, Texas. M. E. J.—My husband'* business Booms to lie n failure so fur, mid tell mo if lie should liold to it or give it up? Auk: locate the trouble and hold to the business, There is no doubt but what the difficulty lies in the vay the busing li Miik managed, so why not fry to find /be difficulty and correct It. lie la much too capable and young to (five np as a failure. If. L. 8.—Is my Kill friend tell- ing me Oie truth about my being the only one? Ans: Why doubt her? Yon taken over by the famo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

SAN ANTONIO REGISTER 0 C T Y C Alamo City Activities - 5, ■' - «* FRIDAY, APRIL I, 193€r L II IB Mrs. Vivian Osborne Marsh, Delta Prexy, Gaily Feted in San Antonio Delta Sorors Preside at Reeeption, Parties for National Leader 'VHE reception rooms cf the Pine Street Branch Young ' Women's Christian Association furnished the setting for a pretty reception Sunday afternoon, March 27, when Psi Sigma chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority entertained, between the hours of six and eight, in honor of Mrs. Vivian Osborne Marsh, Berkeley, California, grand president of the organization. A profusion of spring advantageously placet! th the bran iful M, uite formed iind for the MissMabelLampkins, Roy Moseley Are Wed wen lyne Bunt and Miss while 111 a! tli. jrn I) Ueint Mrs. My: pre- M^ II;:: I>. ;ra h ley. Ar ' J" a quiet, hut improssivo cciv- Brown • n,011-v witnessed only by members of the family and a few intimate f!;"**' t' i friends, Miss Mabel Larnpkins, daughter of Mrs. I* M. McNeil, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

(MIHMH0M •> .-i- ,v v . • :• ■ m4- FRIDAY, Af'HII; 1, J938 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER t Alamo City Briefs To Yaw Angeles Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, 402*4 Jtau Marco* HtreH,. accompanied bj their nephew and niece have motor- ed to Las Angeles, California, lor a three weeks' visit. Feted oil Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coleman Pernio, celebrated their thirty- fifth anniversary Sunday, March 20. They were honor guests at a dinner Rivn by their niece, Mr«. M. L. Thompson, 1523 K. Crockett Street. Guests numbered ten. Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell nnd their two sons, Frank Jr., and Madison. 210 I'tica Place spent an enjoyable day vriili many of their friends nnd relatives on the occasion of their twentieth anniversary, Sunday, March 20. Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Fannie B. Jacksn. of Edinburgh, who has Txcn ill at the Mitchell home for S ree months, wan able to enjoy the refreshments and chat with her friends. On Extensive Tour Mr. George Thibodeaux, who has resided in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 1 April 1938

WpHNp|*51| I |> : V'-,': - :-jK5g t eight san antonio rbqun'eh FRIDAY, AFRTfi l, 11 YOUK BEST FLOOR > 5* .mm. Pioneer White MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO 8T. JOHN BAPTIST Rev. T. E. Marsh ill, Futol ThousKts To Ponder Bj MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Southwest Texas Conference. A. M. E. Church Soul, taki> thine ease, thou hast much goods laid up for years. Ever) word here Is likf the fool who speaks it. Poor Soul, lay up your treasures in heaven—they will never decay, no, never. Sunday was a very spiritual day «t Bt. John. I*nrge attendance at all service*. Sunday School open- ed at nine-thirty with superin- tendent and teachers st their posts of duty. At eleven o'clock, prayer service was inspiring. The pastor preached <111 excellent ser- mon from the subject, "Religion A Stumbling Block to Christ". At 3:00 p.m.. the pastor and members worshiped with Rev. Wyatt. The l^astor preached from the subject, I "You Fooled t's Out Here to Die". The Bible...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

REGISTER GIVES YOU THE NEWS While It Is NEWS! Sajv Antojvio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE . PROGRESS JOYOUS * EASTER : GREETINGS (f i.VOU 8— NO. 2 HAN ANTONIO, TEXAS FKID-M. Al'lill, 15, PRICE FIVE CENTS Colorful Parade Closes "Health Week" Program Sunday Procession is Most Spectacular In the Ten - Year Historv Of Annual Event MOVES WITHOUT HITCH Al Jolson Denies Knowing Petition -Was Anii - Negro Signed Without Reading; Did Not Know of Color Clause k State Department ofHealth Official,Dr.J.M. Coleman, is Principal Speaker at Closing Mass Meeting SAN Antanio's 1938 observance of National Negro Health ■Week clcsstl Sunday afternoon with a mammoth parade led by a squad of motorcycle police, and followed by cars conf ining Mayor C. K 0;uin and the city commissioners; Dr. James P. Hollers, president of the board of education; L. P. Bishop, representing the city health department; P. G. Lucns, president of the Bexar County Tuberculosis Associa- tion, mid officials of the Volunteer Health Leag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

.'WO BAN ANTONIO KliUISTER .FRIDAY, XPBII>,.]5, 1939 "■ .'?• . TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHQOlfH^EWS Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. Well, uijr good frans, liore 1 am. A further and more important buck ou the job nun in after a. correction will be that the young delay of a month <>r mure, <iu«l 1 ambitious Negro will haw an out ho|>e that I won't be disturbed J look of hope: a purpose for achieve and impeded by lazy paper boys, j ment. I am sick of the idea that The National Negro Health! Negroes are to l>< educated mniiily Week, sponsored by Coles school, | for entertainers. Give them soim1- under direction of Miss P. D. ;thing else to hope for beside movie- Moore, was a huge success. Many dom and athletics. On the other outstanding civic minded citizens ( hand the white race should not spoke concert ing health. Among< i* expected to give the Negro op them w«.re: Dr. A. li. Branch, Dr.' i«>rtunitic* that the Negro dues C. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

F1UDAY, AT>R[Ti T5, 19l!8 ,SAN ANTONIO REOISWrt TIIIU'R Xavier Tracksfers Away With P. V. Relays AAA Organizes Two Six-Team Leagues for 1238 Soft Ball Play i MNsions won inhibition gained, their vie to id includioK over «uch ont of eight| A t rr.l • f Armstrong thinks .11 | O lTu/Z't Rosy Easier Mark Ambers out of thrci' from t e M«u Am filack Shu 11 Herders, one crack teams ot the t>ou.a\vest. Thompson nml Gray Iwve *i<'."t-| „ Tb, BCLLOWINO a netting held Monday evening, at the Rec-j^ "'J!J"'an.i''"fi.1 ' r' NKW VullK To ■ i" *'"n Center, of soft lull team managers, c.nd of officials', ,, , n, ,l>1(y i kn„«n of Alamo Athletic Arsociation, it was officially announced „ sp«rt followers ami i. . 1 1 Ilf'tl T. •'! AllllHTS I Barney P.'.-. well | pin, tho little hntt! NKW YORK I think HninHile IT I shoulil first flglit T.l; "I s CRAP'S PORTS CRAPS By P.D. ("Scrappy") Whitfc* PKAIKIK VIEW hold her an- nual relayh last week. It sure was a gala day. For the first time in the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 April 1938

fOUh SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and Progress PtJBLlSHKD FR1DAI DV «%CH * KKK BT THE 1?EGISTF<It PlTBfJSHINOCOMPANY orncn ao7 worth CKimtt art? Err i I * PHONE cat IIK dual 1721 - - P. O. BOX 15t>« SA.\ A.VIOMO, TKXAS BnUred a« •econd-clast mutter May 5. 1911. at th« iJo«t Offic* at San Anton|(\ Texas. under Act of March K. 1871. Advertl*lng rates furnished on request. Subscription rates: I year. |2.l)U; 6 months. $1.26; single copy, 6c. NATIONAL AOVKRTISINfl RCPRKSCNTATIVCS W. B. Zf TP CO., CHICAGO. NtW YORK. LOS ANOKtfS, ROCHESTCR. KANSAS CITY AND IASOS. GO'.O COAST. AFRICA. tSAN ANTONIO fcKOISTKlv Science Contributions FRIDAY, APRIL 15, luj* ALL NIWS MATTER SHOULD BB IN OUR OPriCf BV TUESDAY NOON TO APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUB. NEWS MATTER MUST BE PI.AINLV WRITTEN AND ON ONLY ONE •IOE OR CORV SHEET. THE RIOKT TO CONDENSE MATTER FOR CONVENIENCE OR SAFETY IS RESERVED UNLESS SUCH MATTER IS PAID FOR. .TALMO a BELLINGER JOSEi'HINB O. CRAWFORD.. U....

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