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

PATRONIZE Register Advertiser*! Tbey solicit your support. .W, San Register „ v RIGHT • JUSTICE . PROGRESS oiar 5c \7TCr.E COULD YOD GET MOKE FOR A NICKELT .VOL. 8—NO. 15 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, KMIMY, Jl^Y 15, 193H PRlCB FIVE CENTS I San Antonio Well Repres c n t e d at State Federation Mrs. S. W. Weston Again Elected Chairman of Executive Board The Lee Lornine Parks District Number Seven of the State Federa- tion of Colored Women'* Clubs— the districts headquarters being In San Antonio—was represented |>y six delegates, all of San An- tonio, at the thirty-third annual session of the state federation which was held in Denison, Tex- as, July 4-7. Heading the local contingent was Mrs. S. W. Weston, president of the distriot. The other delegates were Mcs- dnines A. B. Lewis, A. M. Mulkey, ( . A. Deslandes, O. A. Kitchen, find C. H. Ellis. Each of the del- egates was an active member of some convention committee. Mrs. Weston Reelected Mrs. H. W. Weston was again chosen chairman of the e...

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

r.vn texas communitie Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St, Texas Awarded Achievement Certificates HINTS | toni • Sunday, after getting up at Tliere's always some one to a rather early hour, experiencing give me old Billle heck about | two blowouts en route. They re something that has been «ahl in turned early Monday niorninc. re- lating a very, very pleasant trip. the paper . . . One lady wh > ha nt tended Samuel llnston colleiz didn't like my view point of tn two leading colleges for Negro- in Austin. I'm sorry, but I hiv< no apologies to offer, because n fi friend she can readily understand and as an enemy she would n* believe me, so why apologize? Be- Charlesettn ginning today w« will bring y.u hospitality •HINTS" from the people. S The mei*il ers of the party were Allison Carson and charming sister, Beatrice; Mrs. Adelaide Hill: the quiet and reserved Hiss Heroic# Dennis: our own Florence Anderson, and Mrs. Martha Carter and children, Robert,...

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

>6S fitlDAf,, JUL* 10, 11136 f411 ":|IW"V lUOUIOI J3IV -rrVi SOFTBALL mikki* UNDER WAY League Opens as Mayor Tosses First Ball HISTORY was raado Sunday evening, July 10, tat Lin- coln Park diamond, when, shortly after eight o'clock, Mayor C K. Quin tossed an official hall, of the Alamo Athletic Association softball league, to IMtehcr Krady on tlio mound for the Porters' Atliletic Club, nuil Polk, second baseman of the Lott's Grocery team, stepped to tlie plate, ami play was of- ficially begun, f >r the first time In Hnn Antonio's history, on n lighted field exclusively f« r Negroes. Over eight hundred interested and enthusiastic fans crowded the grand stands, anil the section rop.d off nt the sides of the diamond, to witness the epochal occasion. Mayot Quln spoke briefly over the public address system, climax- ing his remarks with a perfr"t throw to* Pitcher Brady. Polk stepped into the box. and, a few seconds later whs out as lie slani- iii.d a ball down the third base line t...

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

rvtiv „AN AM UMU Ul£li ISS I'KIt ( Iv I!) A Y, JULY 13, iMi SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to ttigbt, Justice, and t'rogres* PUBLISH^ mil)A* Of KACB M'KRK THE KROlSTKIl PUW.ISHI1VG COMPANY owe* 207 hofltii o*vth* htkrkt PHOXK CAT II HI) It A I. 1731 - - P. O. HOT 1508 ££ 8AM 4MIINIII, I K.\AS JCniertH) *.* Mcond-clsuw matter May 6, 19.11. at the Poet Of flea at San ! AotuuJo. 1'exaa. under Act at March i, 18/1. Adv«rtlatn« ratea furnished on request. Subecrlptloa ratea: 1 year. $2.01); 8 month*. ft.26: elnfle copy. 6c. national ADVIRTItlNO qeprk8entati VCS W B. xlss CO., CMICAOO. nkw *ork. los ANGKLia. roc he st km, kansas city and uoos. oolo coast. afwica. all nrws mama amould as in our orrici ev tucsoav noon to appear in current issur news mattcr mu«t Bt PLAINLY writtin AND on onlv one etoe OP cc eet. tms right to condense mattcr roa conveaience or safbtv i* nESKRven unless such matter is PAioroa. VALMO C. BELLINGER JOSEPHINE 0 CRAWFORD U. J. ANUBEWa — J. A. JAMES— J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 July 1938

JF riilVA y, JUXlY J,'), i!Mrt dAN ajMUNio msuiSTEit * 4 jB&pmm Be UiOL'L k£B^-\ NOTE:—YOUR question will he 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 tnvelope for my new ASTROLOGY READING and receive by rtturn mail FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. ' Send all letters tii: ARTIE WALLACE, eare of THE SAN ANTONIO REGISTER. P. 0. Rot 1598. San Antonio. Texas. M. O. ti.—Wlint ehould I (to nliout the telephone cull I reoelvnl i\ clny or so ago? It lias me ter- ribly worried. Aiis: The call was just a "gas" made hy a man who was more in- terested in making your acquaint nitre than scaring you. There is no reason why yon should not keep the joh >ou have for no harm I toill come to jon. Appear as tlioiifrli you did not tRke the call, j E. K. J.—I nm pin tin ill* to leave lioine the middle of next week <nid bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 July 1938

K J-Hi OA r, JULY IS, MM f © € II « amvmu udvjioi cjiv ~U0* Anne Wiggins Brown in St. Louis H ••v. ,- •-.' •• Wi'*.'- >fVv . >#I -n r NK V. Ii.MNS BROWN. ! 15 ro 1 K. 'infftic cipplaii^o. lVrhap* is its own excuse for Ik*;i• ,vly Miss llrown supplem n vishing clinrm with eloqnt i ; delightful music and her glamorous personality. In words, she's "tope." Ml** . whose home is in Ball!- Md., sang in 'Torgy and Monday Evening Charity Organization Th* organization met in th- jiin-... {.f Mi>. V. V. tiaiulie, lOOJ Mcsdwra Ftreet. A very ln1<T<<t- Sns meeting warn held. After the meeting a halt hour wns «prnt in potvlntr. The membprs (hon social- irnl Th' hastes# served a love'.v 1 ]• IK! M !• G;: 1U4 y. w. c. A. Girl Re-erves i of others, has learned that th' "hunt and peck" system is jiu?t pot the thing. I "Can you still R*r«re employment j through the W. C. A.?" Yes. j of eonr.*e. Bat during uiid <snniuj« r there in alway* a slnmp. Number* I of potential employ?!* co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 July 1938

1 UHaf; jfjfit io, ALAMO CITY BRIEFS Maryland Visitors Hr. nnd Mm. Lowell Lawson and re. Bnmuel F. Williams, Unit I not*, Maryland were visitors In Ihe city Inst week, guests of Mr. Ind Mrs. Fred Clayton. To Mother's Bedside I Mrs, Mo cll White Wilson was Jralled to Nixon lust week to «t- Atend tlie lieilslde of her mother, Kits. Annie Simmons, who Is very ■ill. Miss Vernon Chase, grand- I,laughter of Mrs. Simmons is also |at her bedside. t— From I /OS Alleles Mrs. Bell Taylor, 114 M.igendlo I street, had as hor house guest (lor the July 4th holiday*, Mrs. O. J v. 1 mncaii of bos Angeles, Ca'.- jlfornia. Mrs. Duncan also visited I with relatives and other friends land reported a most enjoyable stay. Accident Victim Mr. Clarence Ash by recently suf- I fered a gasli on his arm while it | his work. Although painful, th< I injury was not serious nnd he I i< now back on his Job. To Vacation Mrs. E. 11. MeGrow, Sundiy School teacher, and Elmo Pierce, Sunday School librarian of Firet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 July 1938

k.onT AN awroina Mg iwa YOUR BEST FLOUB Pioneer White Flour ««*• MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS SAN ANTONIO ACTIVITIES ui the CHURCHES MT. ARARAT BAPTIST ■e*. fi. W. Merriwether, Castor Thoughts To Ponder By MRS. M. A. GOODWIN Evangelist of the Bouthwett Texas Conference. A. M. E. Church As a flood Is carried back to the sea, so doth time carry us with wings to the grave. What then will be the short-born pleasures of our yesterdays, but as a snow ball melted awaj. Sunday was another high day at Mt. Ararat Church. The Sunday school opened at the usual hour, with the superintendent and teach- «m lit their posts of duty. The pastor being absent, Rev. Walkrr tanght a splendid lesson from the Hook of Ephesians. and one was added to the church. The B. T. F. opened at six-thirty with the president, and groups aU in respective places. Croup nam t*er two rendered a very fine pro- gram. the young people all are very | active in the baseball sword drill; the drill has created much interes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

- PATRONIZE ^ Eegister Advertisers! They lolicit your support. Sat* Antonio register RIGHT ♦ JUSTICE | • PROGRESS —i** ONLY 5c WHERE COULD YOU GET MORE FOR A NICKEL'/ ;vdL. 8- NO. 10 SAN_ANT()N'IO, TKXAS, KKIDAJ '.HTjY 22, 193? PRICE FIVE CENTS Corpus Christian Shot to Death In Resort Brawl Man Who Demanded Drink on Credit Leaves Pleasure Spot to Return With Gun PROPRIETOR FLEES Resort Owner, Fleeing Through Rear Door From Credit-Seeker, Hears Volley Of Shots as Men Duel CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas.—A Corpus Cu:istian's insistence that he be sold beer on credit led to his death, Saturday .lriglit, during a gun duel in a North Staples street pleasure resort • Clifford Pullman was the man killed. Held in connection with the slaying, and named as the mUn who fired the fatal shot, is Lee Hutley. Honored San Antonians Respond toSeout Financial Drive First Time Budget Effort Has Been Made Amonu Race Citizenry According to Perry Harris, operator of tlic resort at No'tU Staples anil ltiiinircz st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

lVMi TEXAS nviurtr, Jiiijy vi, mns SCHOOL NEWS > sssanssaMaiaa Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 San Juan St. Weil, folks, this town has run ml with blood during the entire week of the opening of the season for the benntlful white flower that would build again. Visiting From Oklahoma Miss Beruice Whaley of Ard- moro, Oklahoma, left Thursd.v Thirteen guest* were present to enjoy the games and delicious buffet aupper which was served on the lawn. Among the guests were Meters. C A. House, H. C, Lott, C. II. Johnson, Harry Davis, Tom Gable, Jack Garrett, George Slater, II. I* Bean, Jiin Kobinson, L. J. Robinson, 11. It. Smith, Lawrence Smith and Dr. C. H. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Strange and Mrs. IVarl Jackson of Dalia; are visiS To Hold Business League Session in P. V. Auditorium-Gym afford. ,iril ' ,1, r ' 1 | their nIsI.t and l.rolhcr in-law, " lum* tor t; after speuding two wodw h.>n Mr ... ... hurry up ttml invent some sort of i Whaley had such a pleasa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

Tit I DAY, .JtJIiY ZZ, ISMU dl SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS (Through Wednesday, July 20.) Team 0. W. I« Pet. ft Anthony Walter# 3 3 0 1.000 Porter A. C. 4 3 1 .750 Majestic Man's Shop 3 2 1 Zipp's Man's Shop... 3 2 1 .G'ifi Lott's Grocery 4 2 2 .61)0 Ijeonnrd Pharmacy _ 3 12 .3:<3 Benson Florist — 4 1 3 .250 Goliad St. Pharmacy 0 5 0 .000 results Friday, July 15 Leonnrd'H Pharmacy 10, Ben«on Florist 3. Majestic Man's Shop 15, Loti's Grocery 2. Sunday, Ju!y 17 Majestic Man's Shop 8, Zipo's Man Hliop 0. Tuesday, July 19 St. Anthony Walters 17, Goliad Pharmacy 11. Zipp's Man Shop 0, Porters A. C. 3. V.'ednesday, July 20 Lott's Grocery 0. Goliad Pharmacy 3. Porters A. C. 10, Benson Florist 0. Thursday, July 21 Majestic Threat Swim Meet, Water Festival Planned By AAA The Alamo Athletic Association, through its president, B. A. Adams, Jr., announced this week that a city-wide swimming meet and water festival will in.* Jield ut the Ceii tral Playground pool during the second week In August...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

uu> ■SAN rtNTtlNIU BKUIS'l'mt I'HIDAY, JULY 22, luai ' SAN ANTONIO KKGISTBK A Publication Dedicated lo Right, Justice, and Progress ecBi.isimn rain*, or « ch wkkk bt TTTF. FWftlSTK.If PlfBIISHIVO COMPANY OfriCR 807 NIIRTII OKN'IHR HIHKFT PII05K CAT1IKDMAI. 1721 - - P. O. 110X IRSB HAM AN 1 UNIO. l'K\AS Enured &. Mconil-clau matin May 5, ] Ji, al (he Post Of flea at San Auto, lo. Iwtao. tindar Act of March . 1879. Advertising rale. ruriilali«d on reqjwi. SubscnpUon raltra: i leaf U.UO; ( months. |1U; .Ingle copy. 4c. NATIONAL AOVKRTISINa RIPWISENTATlviS W a. IIFP COh CHICAGO. NtW VOUK i.O« ANGILfl, ROCHKtTIR. KANSAS ClTV AND IAOO*. OOLO COAST. AFRICA. Science, Arts Opinions Contributions Editorials FEATURES aui news marrcu should at in our offick by tuksoav noon ro afpkar in currknt issue ncws matttr must br plainly writttn and on only oni ■ ioc of cop v sheet. th« right to condense matter for convenience or •afttv is reserved unless such matter is paid for VALMO C. CELLINUER ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

jrKlUAf. JlJ.liY 22, Hm «AN ANTON 10 ICKIJINTKK ma jii ■ MVf Now They*re Man and Wife NOTE:—YOUR question will be answered FREE in this column ONLY when you Include t clipping of this colurn 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 FREE ADVICE on (3) Questions. n ' Bend all letters to: ABBE WALLACE, rare of THE SAN ANTONIO BF.IilSTER. I'. 0. Box 159ft. Sun Antonio. Texas. C—My mother Ik married to a man witli 12 cliihlreu, and be- cause tlitf children nnd I fouglit nil of the tluie, I left and came Hie with my cousin. Do yu.i think I should go hnek as my mother wnnts aw, or stay here .where I am happy? Ins: You have quite a problem jour hands to be so yoiui*. hilt vaunt lady at the aire of SEVEN- the program nnd addresses were delivered by a number of citizen*, including, General Secretary J. H. Henry of the Dallas Y....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

\ 1A 0 C II ]\iiss Nellie Jones, Mickie Wineliell United in Early Morning Ceremony! pEAUTIFULLY impressive in their simplicity were the wedding rites solemnized Tuesday morning at seven o'clock at St. Peter (Slaver's Catholic church, joining two of San Antonio's most popular members of the younger set Ne.lie Elizabeth Jcnes und Mickie Joseph Winchell. Revererd Father Leo V, Murphy S S J heard the vows during the low mass. bride and lovi ly irraingly gov. •d in drc*< i tan nnd as Mrs i l lo t outstanw- A popular PPBA of A. Head Feted on \ isit To Santone young social fit, she is A gradual3 of the old Douglass senior school, Close of 1033. and :i!-o a graduate of the Tesas College of Embalm- lug. Fort Worth, Texas, having the distinction of he < g the only lie. used woman ombul.iwr in Sa'i Antonio. She Is the secretary in the oftlcv of the Frank K. Levis Funenil Home. Mr Win Jt. who holds an enviable position lu gclei't social circles, is likewise a gradnnte of the old Douglass ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

MM rniDAY, juirr 22,-1938 r TUNIU llKUISTBK ALAMO CITY BRIEFS In WPA Office Card Party Mr. and Mrs. E. Slay entertain- t i on July 13 Willi a cord putly complimenting Mlssea Mary Slay, nnd Odessa Woods and I lit'I r fiances, Jack Pitts and James Walker. Dancing was also en- joyed and a tasty assortment of delicacies served. Visits Relatives Mrs. Alma Davis, who hns live I in Houston for the past year Is vacationing in the city with her mother, Mrs. Nora Dickerson, nnd sister, Mrs. Julia l'oung, 127 itob- erts Street. To Kerrville' Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Smith, .Mr. Claude Thomas and daughter, Zarra, and niece, Mrs. Lucille Hall, motored to Kerrville, Texas, Sun- day to visit with Mrs. Annie >i;ie Thomas, who is confined at tne stale sauatarium. Returns Miss Mabel Lumpkin, 504 Iowa Street, hns returned to the cil.v after visiting in Denver, Colorado Springs and Estes I'ark, Colorado. She also visited in Kansas City, Missouri from where she mndc a trip to New York by aeroplane. She rep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 July 1938

a& eiuHt SAN flNTONTO KKOBSTEIt FK1DA1, JUiiY 22, 193! Hopkins "Right Hand Man licnltbim trip, ways welcome. YOUR BEST FLOUR WKST KM) BAPTIST Rtv. E. 1). Dukes, Pastor Pioneer A LFI! EDGAR Ml1 who fo *4m trative and White Wings Flour The cliuidi i i Jh-uni liour with euperintei aft of teachers i i the teaciiinir period view was given hv It f Wharton, rloek a fervent pr held lifter wh fined Ke\ morn u Whv Serve t! isnal lionr. A lored by pi ritual | Ihe prayer band. A pram wus rendered b> Ilie pastor del urn King srrinon li iteiul nations to Tin and B.T.S i Friday night Alter staff ad iei the Workl Fh eress A lire tin tlon. Hegnrdi ! "right hand m.1 MOST DEPENDABLE PIONEER FLOUR MILLS l\ ANTONIO ; r a:u ACTIVITIES CHURCHES H to Administr. J ' nurrjr L. 10 kln«", the jwiTt] ful native of kniiHas Is ra> sible for tin t e g r a t lo it .mil welfare of 22.1,000 WPA workei in Thoughts To Ponder tended and much inior during the m iry great servi The gue*t Borne luxiiiary, I'onven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1938

fir ■ ■ >,y PATRONIZE Register Advertisers! They solicit your support. San Antonio Register RIGHT . JUSTICE - PROGRESS ONLY WHERE CODLD YOU HP GET MORE lit FOR A NICKEL? VOL. 8—NO 17 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, .ll'IA" 29, li)38 PRICE FIVE CKNTtt MAN STAMPED, BEATEN TO DEATH S. it. Mother Drops from Sight Mrs.MildredHigginsTellsTwoC,hildren That She is Going to Store- Has Never Returned FIND NOTE TO SISTER Message in Tablet Tells Sister to Send Sons To Grandmother, and That It's Useless To Look for Her DROPPING from sight as completely as if the earth had opened and swallowed her, no trace, or any type of clew as to her whereabouts, hiis been found of Mrs. Mildred Hig jfins, 29 years old. mother of two children, who resided at 1802 Dakota Street, and who has not been seen since Sunday evening. July 17, when she walked from her residence, telling her children that she was going to the store. Note Kounil Later a note was found saying that it would be useless to look for her, and re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1938

rwu niiwmu I C|0134 Bit — FH11MY, JUljY gj, I9M e—aw TEXAS COMMUNITIES and SCHOOt Corpus Christi By G. A. Carroll- Telephone 3443 • 1416 Sen Juan St. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE From San Antonio for a bit of out in u' ami pleasure, and renew- ing old acquaintances came Mexars. Earnest Williams and "He I" Winters, operating the popular uite spot, the Nestle Inn, of San Antonio; they were aecnmpanrl by their old pal, Nelson Moore. They visited the Nestle Inn in Corpus Christi, and were giwn lie earned; lirst aid, personal health, public health, physical de- velopment. safety, pathfindiug, bird study, swimming:, life saving, camp- ing, pioneering, cooking, civh j, handicraft, reading, nutouiobiling, electricity, carpentry, gardenia*, poultry keeping, chemistry, aninisl industry, interpreting, farm home and its planning, and scholarship. "I am very happy over beiiig quite an outing by their friend«, I the tirst colored Eagle Scout in Messrs. Woodrow Douglas, Otiietia. Corpus, and 1 do hope that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1938

I .. V r * K BAN ANTONIO KBUISTKft mum FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1938 .800 •7.-.0 .601) .000 SOFTBALL RESULTS Sunday, July U I>orters A. C. 10.' Huh Beens 2. (Non-league game.) porters A. C. , Better Home Ice Crcnm 8. (Noil-league grime.) Monday, July 25 JjOtt'x Grocery 0, St. Anthony Wall- ers 5. Majestic Man's Shop 1, rortera A. C. 0. (Forfeit.) Tuesday, July 2fi Leonord's Pharmacy 13, Clollnd Street Pharmacy 5. Wednesday, July 27 Porters <!, St. Anthony Waiters Goliad Pharmacy 6, Benson Florist 5. Thursday, July "!8 Lott's Grocery 11, Zipp's Man Shop 7. Leonard's Pharmacy 7, Majestic Man Shop 0. LEAGUE STANDINGS (Through Tueiday, July 2C> Team '«• W. L. "51. SI. Anthony Walters J 4 Zipp's Man's Shop 4 3 Tiott's Grocery- R Porters A. C. - & 3 Majestic Man's Shop r 3 Leonard's Pharmacy 6 2 Benson's Florist 4 1 Goliad Pharmacy 5 0 SCHEDULE FRIDAY, .11XY 39 8:00 P.M. Mnjostle Man's Shop vs. Street Pharmacy* ^ 9:00 P.M. St. Anthony Waiters vs. Ztpp's Man's Shop* SUNDAY, JULY 31 8:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 July 1938

TOUK SSAN aunuNiii mwuti'ISK FHIDAY, JULY 29. 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication Dedicated to Right, Justice, and frogren prni.iaiiKn fhiihy or a cn wekk dt THF. TTEOISTF.R PITBJJSIIIXO COMPAXY OrriCK 307 NORTH CKNTItR stukkt PI10NK I'ATUKUftAi 1721 - - P. O. ttOX 1SJ>8 sa.\ AMIIMO. l'KXAS But«r«d aa second-cIhm mutter May 6. 19X1. at the Poat Office at San Antonio. i'eiaa, under Act of March X, 1879. Advertising rates furnished on request. 8ubscrtpUon rates: 1 year, $2.01); 6 months. $1.25; single copy, 6c. NATIONAL ACWtRTleiNS ttCPRCSCNT ATIVES W S. TIPF CO.. CHICAGO, NCW VOffK. LOS ANCCLffS. ROCHEtTIR. KANSAS ClTV ANO lAGOS. GOLD COAST. AFRICA. ALL Nt*« MATTeB SHOULD BE IN OUR OFriCS S* TUKSOAV NOON TO ARFtAB IN CUMRCNT ISSUK NEWS MAVTU MUST PLAINLY WniTTKN AND Ol ONLY ONE lint OP COP* SHEET THi • 'OHT TO CONPCNSe M ATT1B COR CONVfNtENCE OR SAFETY IS nESERVED UNLESf * .CH MATTER IS SAID sor. WE ARE INGRATES. AREN'T WE? IT is commonly charged by members of the majority gro...

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