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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

r AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1983. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Publlabad Krtdaj ol hack Wwk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Of Ret *"<IS K. coiumara St Aooa Catbadral I'n-P. o. Boi 171 San Antonio, T.ia. tatind HMOtf-cUM matin Mm t, ISSI. at tha poat oinca *1 tea Antorl* Tclaa. und.r Act of March It 1871 " * "' * *-*.—* — ' SUBStlU PTTONHATKS: National AtlTcrtlMBi MaprrarntaUvaa. tA b. lilt U., Chicago, Ntw York, Loa Ang.li-., Rochntar aaaaaa Uty and Lata*. UaU C«aaI. Atrtca. undfr Act ol March i, 1S7 Ad .rtl«lng rata. lurnlahad am rqufrf. year, n.ws • month.. |1 3; Single ijrtt. Sc VALMO C. BELLINGER. Preaident-Treastirer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager MRS. MTRL BELLINGER, Secretary J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. Jamea_ P. E. Mclntyre- .Contributing Editor Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager ^Circulation Manager All aw matter akould be la our office br Wadoaartaj noaa ta app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1933. , A N ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVK Bu si n ess Directory VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1580 E. Houston Bt. Phone Garfield 00T8 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/a E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST 'eekly payment* can be irranged 608Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas ffice Phone FarrJ n 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Answered Day or Night m. 1727 Hays St. - Office 207 . Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. s. Ph. Garf. oaaa—of. m ran. nit Offlct >13% \V. Ommrrcr St Hr . 2103 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE OBSTETRICAL SPECIALIST (Child Birth) Haursi *-H:S* a.m.. 1:50-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mallliia addreaal P. O. HoiAII Service Day or Night IN ANTONIO. TEXAS Dwnd [mg paving Co. EC 117 7 W PKAM . SAM ANTONIO TlXAS. C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE rginia Boulevard at 8. Hsckberrj Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Bill Kenwood 6137 Lniiris Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET *0 JO INCENSE Just tend name, addrrii and Se stamp, t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

- PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1933. Society X x Club s X X Personals a Horn Institution SSOMMERS- ii I 11 ■ in i r~——'Mai WAGNERS <y^> Friday, Saturday & Monday Budget Balancers PHILLIP'S 50c MILK OF Q1 % MAGNESIA O I C BARBASOL. 65c Tube 42c ODORON'O. 60c Six* 47c HIND'S 50c Honey and Almond Cream .—.33c FEENAMINT. 25c Size 16c VASELINE HAIR TONIC, 75c Value 57c COLGATE'S 25c TOOTH 91 | PASTE t I C PINKHAM'S {1.50 Vegetable Compound ...93c INGRAM'S $1.00 MILK WEED CREAM ...69c LUXOR 50c FACE POWDER 37c LACTOGEN. $2.50 Hospital Size .$1.59 JAD SALTS. 85c Size 57c PEPSODENT 50c TOOTH PASTE MAVIS TALCUM POWDER. 25c Size 15c PALMOLIVE SOAP. 10c Cake. 3 for 17c PETROL AGAR. $1.50 Bottl* — 3c ITALIAN BALM, 35c Size 27c ABSORBINE JR.. $1.25 Size 87c OVALTINE, C7# $1.00 SIZE O I V FLIT. Pint Size, a 60c Value 37c LISTERINE, $1.00 Size 89c 4 Sacks Genuine Bull Durham Smoking Tob., 15c 60c D & R Cream 47c $1.25 Mavtone 89c 25c Carter's Liver Pills 16c REVELA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 19S3. BAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN POPULAR BAND AT MAJESTIC Bsnny Meroff and hi* Chase A Sanborn Orchestra Is featured this weak at the Majestic Theatre In a ■tar* program of whirlwind fun, music and dancing. On the screen James Dunn, Boots Mallory, Zasu Pitta and Minna Oombeli aru fee tured In a heart-tugfinr romance that has Ita moments of hilarious comedy titled, "Hello, Sister!" Besides the orchestral offerings •f Meroff and his orchestra, this group provide* the musical acconi' paniment for the balance of the show and Benny, himself, acts as Master of Ceremonies. Among the acts of the support- ing stage show are found all of the artists that were seen here recently with Eddie Cantor including Hoi land £ June, "Internationa! Dane Ing Stars." The Four Abbottiers, "Unique Dancers," Norman Gast, "Rublnoff's Only Kival," Red Pep per £ Jack Marshall, "Benn's Bad Boya," Bobby Blxley, "Stepping Sensation," Colletta Ryan, "The Bashful Commedlenne," Dolly Bell, "Acro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 21 April 1933

FAGE ElUHl SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fc'EW LIGHT BAPTIST CHUKCH R t. P. S. Wilkinson, paaUH* The weekly meetings of 1 jt«V I.ight Baptist Church of which Rev. T. S. Wilkinson ii pastor, opened •n Monday night with the Laymen League. Deacon Chai. Dukei, pres- ident, at hig poet of duty. Wednes- day night the choir held it* mid- week rehearsal. Thursday night a J>re-Easter program was given for St. Phillips' club assisted by Sister Wilkinson. At 4 o'clock Sunday morning the Easter service was jield and at 4:46 a. m. the pastor eame on the scene with a burning Message. With such a vast audience and upon such an auspicious occa- sion the theme of his discourse was magnificently delivered. There were two additions to the church. At the •lose of this service a wonderful repast was served in the safeteria. Sunday School opened promptly at 9:30 a. m. with Supt. Sneed pre- siding. The pastor came forward at 11:45 taking for his subject: "A Spiritual Heartburn." Two more additions were made to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

Read Our Ads and Patronize Our Advertisers Sajw Atxtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. III.—No. 4. SANANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 193?. 5c PER COPY Negro Vote to Be Challenged In North Carolina Election Ex-Janitor Says He Should Be Made Emissary Oklahoma City, Okla.—(ANP)— 'A communication has been for- warded to President Franklin D. Roosevelt by James William Noble, Negro custodian at the Oklahoma State House, asking that the Pres- ident jive him first consideration in the list of applicants for the po- sition of Minister to Liberia. The Oklahoma City applicant is the oldest employe from point of service at the State House and is known as "The dean of State House Employes." In his appeal to the President urging his appointment to the Liberian post he said, "When statehood came and the Republican strsngle hold was broken, in my Janitorial duty, I swept the dust of carpet bag rule from the capitol steps of Oklahom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

PAGE TWO flAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1933. Austin "News Section Big Fashion* In P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 San Antonian Klected Huilnu At a recent meeting th« Sigma P i Chapter of Omega Psi Phi fra- ternity, 0. P. Ins*. Jr., of San An- tonio was elected to the position •f Basileus. Brother Inge li es- pecially deserving of thia honor as he was (he leading honor student (or the first semester with a grade of lix A'a. Other officer! elected were Brother Walter McMillan, keeper of records and seal*, Broth, •r Kermit D. Young, Keeper of Fi- nances; Brother Curtis D. Hazely, Chaplain; Brother I.uther M. B Hooey, Reporter and Brother Odell T. McKinney, parliamentarian. Lovable l^dien Luncheon The Lovable Ladies entertained en Sunday evening. April 23 with a very elaborate luncheon at the Community Canter. The guests were entertained with a fortune tailing contest, tap dancing by Misses Ramey and Manning and a ' * riddle contest before the luncheon aarvice which also helped to c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER SPORTS Gleanings From the Sports World Taylor News A Page Out of the Gold Rush Days of the Past By J. D. "FATS" LOWERY Our San Antonio Missions are going nowhere rapidly. We need more than anything etie, pitchers. The hurleri anen't putting any- thing on the ball but a prayer and ai a result our inflelders are al- most beheaded. Three four and five runs are winning for the .other clubs. We don't like to be crepe hangers, but we would like to see some other team than San Antonio on the bottom. For some rea- son we have a yen to see the Chicago White Sox come in ahead. It may be a flash In the pan, but greater miracles have been known to happen. Their batting and scoring records show up even the Yanks. With Hass, Foresca, Simmons, Kress and Dykes, they have a wrecking crew that need not accept odds from anybody. There doesn't seem to he much chance but we are pulling for either Brooklyn or Cincinnati in the National league. • • • It was cal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

PAGE FOUR .AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 19S3. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress PublUhad trtdajr ot barb Wttt bj THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulrica MH Ik Uuniwri, St. ."hone Cathadral 1711-1*. O. Uoi «71 San Antonio, Teiaa liattrtd ii Hrood-flw matter May I, IKU, at tha poat office at San Anlooia, laiaa, undtr Ad ol March J, 1171 Ad trtlain« rataa turnlaliad on rtqural. SUBSCMIPTION HATtot 1 yrar. Sa.tH); ronntha. 1J>; tln«H Copy, tc National Adrrrttalni HrprrwntaUrta, W. M. 4111 Co, Uilcaio. New York, tna Angrlaa. Rn-beater Sanaaa City and Lafoa. bold I oaat, Alrtra. VALMO C BELLINGER. Preaident-Treaaurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary Sowmg J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker_ J. A Jamcs. .Contributing _Cortributij Editor Editor P. E. Mclntyr*. butln* Editor -Advertising Manager .Circulation Manager All nawi matter abould be In our office by Wednaaday noon to appear la carnal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1938. Business Directory ,AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVR W. L. Walker Notary Public 16S0 E. Honiton St. Phone Garfield 0076 Victoria News W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608V4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7033 .DR. LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST j 608 E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Offic* Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Amwcred Day or Night Km. 1727 Hiyi St — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. Be. Ph. Garf. MU-or. m. no. KM Offlc. lljyi w. Commerce St. Mm. >101 W. Houston MrMt DR. J. R. MOORE oesTrrmcAL specialist (Child Dlrtbi Hoars t 9-12:30 a.m., 2:90-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing address) P. O. lioiSIC Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS dpamd [ngraving Co' E ||7>i W PI CAM SAfl AflTONlO..TEXA5 C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at fl. Hackberry Lambert 22351 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Kenwood 6137 Leoaaris Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET MO JO INCENSE FREE SAMPLE Just en«l name, addrets and .V stamp, to cov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

PAGE SIT .^ N ANTONIO nEOTSTER FRIDAY. APRIL 28, 1933. Clubs Personals M & K HERE'S THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME The public will ave over $20,000 during th* next two weeks at SOMMERS. We have secured fresh, new, clean merchandiae and our stores are piled h sh with it . . . and it'a priced at tremen- dous saving? ACT NOW AND SAVE. A SPECIAL SALE every week day during thia two weeks. • This ii not a cash raisin? or going out of buiinesi tale . . . not directed at our competitors, but a great offer to San Antonians made posaible by our great buying power. A pledge of better service, greater savings to the public, the people of our great city. PHILCO RADIO FREE EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY During Sommers $100,000 *ale you can win a radio aa es«v aa anyone. Get your entry blank from any Sommers-Wagnera Store These will be given with any purchaae of 50c or more. Fill in the blank, in not more than 20 words of • WHY I LIKE TO TRADE AT SOMMERS" Drop it in the contest entry bo* at any SOMMER...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1933. aAN ANTONIO REGISTER •King Kong' Film Feature at Majestic Theatre Saturday Heralded as a screen Herniation, •Kin* Kong," opens a week's ihow. Inn at the Majestic Theatre atart- injr Saturday. Baaed on a weird and highly im- aginative Idea concclved by Merian C. Cooper and the late Edgar Wal- lace, "King Kong" deals with the harrowing experience* of a party of American motion picture people who visit a strange, remote iiland In quest of a legendary ape god. It la their idea to find this brute Beast and make a photogranhlc record of ita reactions to Beauty— to find the dawn of man in this •pe, a survival, by some weird freak, of the prehistoric aces. The tupreme fantarv of "King Xnng" begins when Kong, after having been captured, breaks loose and runs rlofln New York. These •cents open your eyes In startled ■urprise and amazement that the camera and heaven-knows-what- tricks can produce such impossi- bilities! It Is dcubtful If Imagina- tion and scientific akil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 28 April 1933

PAGE EIGHT a A N ANTONIO REGISTER JACOB CHAPEL NOTES Rtv. *«. Kllinon, Putor Sunday School opened at 9:45 by brother Johnnie Evana. Morning aervices opened on time. Rev. L. A. Jones delivered a wonderful aer. mon. Viaiton were welcome. The Ladiei Air Sermon was preached by Rav. J. E. Jordan of Jones chap- el, Kenwood. Brother Curtia Mea- dows and Mrs. W. M. Ellison are on the sick list. We wish them a apeedy recovery. The Epworth League was called at 6:46. Night aarvices were good with the pastor at his poat. Usher board meeting will be at the home of Mrs, Myrt- lene William, 825 Potomac street, •ext meeting. NEW LIGHT BAPTIST CHl'RCH Rev. P. S. Wilkinson, Paator Our pastor is in Galvesto.i con- ducting a meeting. The weekly meetings of New Light Baptist Church opened on Monday night with the Laymen League. Deacon C. Dukes president, at his post of duty. Thursday night prayer meet- ing. Sunday school opened prompt- ly at 9:30 a.<m. under the direction of Supt. A. Mann. At 11:45 o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

i ■ M ■ mmmmm nBP8 Read Our Ads and Patronise Our Advertisers S an Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Most Widely Read Negro Newspaper in Southwest Texas VOL. in.—No. 6. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1933. 6c PER COPY Georgia Teachers Appeal To Secretary Of Labor SAVANNAH, GA.—(ANP)—Following an address deliv ered by Jesse 0. Thomas, southern field director of the National Urban league, before the Georgia Teachers and Edu- cational Association in session here, a resolution was adopted urging Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins to discourage dis- crimination in the distribution of Federal relief. Tha Association representing six thousand teachers in the State of Georgia adopted and forwarded a resolution to Secretary Perkins urging: that she use her Influence and powers delegated to her to the end that Negroes be included in the reforestation project and other measures of relief over which the government has control, on equal ftoting and participation with other nee elem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MAY 6, 198! I. Austin TVews Section P. E. McINTYRE PHONE 9487 Sphiaa Club Give* Fifth Annual Public Program The Sphinx Club of Beta Zeta Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity gave their Fifth Annual Program in the College Chapel Sunday evening, April 30 at 6:15. The aervice theme was "The True Value of Fraternaiism"—Dean Wil- liam H. James of Tillotson College was the principal speaker and his address will long be remembered and valued by those who heard him. Some of Austin's most talented musicians rendered numbers on the program. This year's Sphinx Club consists of some of the most progressive men on the campus. They are as follows: Henry Feltenberj:, Mat- thew Tassyn, Ishmael Dotsoa, Sher- man Wilson, Ermis Kelly. Albert Slaughter and Rudolph Frierson. Sphinx Club Entertains with Banquet After the Public program the Spinx Club and Alpha men with their company enjoyed the tradi- tional "Sphinx Club Banquet." At exactly 10 p.m. fifteen or m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER I r ** SPORTS A PAGE Gleanings From the Sports World Well, at Uitt Oar punchleii P«- drM hav* been transformed into the Hilitant Friars. The Brown* have sent oa an Infield that will compare favorably with most of the Double A Leagues. Our outfield of P u r d y, B a ttencourt, and Croiby, is strong on the defense and ohl how those boys oan pickle that hone- hide. We do not like to be gloomy, but IF, that big if, our pitching holds up, look out Houston, Galveston and the rest, for we on our way. We feel that the only further hol- stering our club needs is first base and the pitching staff. Our Black Missions are not do- ing ao poorly either, in the Negro League. We noticed the natty ap- pearance of the Waco team as com. pared with our rag-tag bobtail un- iforms. Well, if wa are successful and draw crowds we will dress up Spencer of Geneva places second In tha high jump at the Penn Re- lays, way under his last year rec- ord. Georpe Beatty of Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER JWJOT "A VQirLi EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Juttiet and Progrets Dinner Is About to Be Served t'ublubol t'rUar oi bach '«! k; THE REGISTER PUBL1SHKKS Utflct SUSVi b. Commerce St i Cathedral mi-P. O. Bai J7J San Antanlo, Tmi tnlered a. Mcaad-claaa mailer Ma, I. 1M1, Teiaa, under Art of MareS 3, 1871. SL'BKRIPTIIIN MATES: 1 year. the poet office at San Antanlo, AdTthlUnc rate* lurnlated oa re^ueet I I month*. 112; Single Copy, k National Aileertlanw KepraaentaUeet. W H Ztlt oa, Chicago, New lark. UufcAnaelra R.k heater lunaaa Ultr and Lagua, Gold Coaat. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treaaarer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-Gram) Uttuftt MRS. MYRL BELLINGER, Secretary J W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. James. P. £. Mclntyra. .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor ^Advertising Manager — Circulatior Manager All oewa matter ahould be tn our office by Wadneadar mamm io «pi currant laiue New* matter muat be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1988. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVK Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston Bt. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 60&Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Cathedral 7038 .ML LEWIS M. MITCHELL. DENTIST _ 608Vi E. Commerce San Antonio, Texas Office Phone Fsmain 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Dmjr or Night Mm. 1727 Hays St — Office 207 K. Centre St. — Sen Antonio, Tex. US. Ph. Oerf. OHM—Of, n. ran. SS61 Offlrt IIIM W. Ccmmerca «- An. 1101 W. Houston Street DR. J. R. MOORE . oasrrraiCAL specialist (Child Blrlhi Inni -MiM ajn., 1:30-7 P-m- Standi? br appotntsMnt (Malting addrras) P. O. BosAW Service Day or Night „ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS []pAND [MGBAViNG Co 0 11/ WPICAT1 • SAf1 AnTONlO Tf *AS C. L. MITCHELL GARAGE Virginia Boulevard at S. Hsckberry Lambert 22951 OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kiawtri 6137 (.maris Phirmicy 701 S. PINE STREET MO JO INCENSE FREE UMPLE Just Mild name, addrtu and 3c stomp, to rover mailing costs, for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ■ i —p- ■* ■ * v* ■ W MWMIWNM fRIDAY, MAT 8, 1988, Society X Club s S Personals FREE! PHILCO RADIO ExcepVsunlay! An $18.75 Philco FREE—one every day. Entry blanks given with each 50c or more purachase at any Som- mers-WaKners store. Just fill in the blank in not more than 20 words of "WHY I LIKE TO TRADE AT SOMMERS." SPECIAL SATURDAY AND MONDAY SALE! This is only a partial list 50c IP AX A OQt* TOOTH PASTE WC 55c FROSTILLA - • « 75c 59c PETROLAGAR - 75c 49e NOXZEMA Hgli 45c RUB. ALCOHOL - Wt I1*00 fiQr LISTERINE - - 03U 91.00 LUCKY TIGER OOU 30c 1 Qp PHENOLAX WAFERS I Ot $1.50 SOMMERS' QUART Q7f MINERAL OIL O I W 75c QUART C7f* MILK OF MAGNESIA %J I V 50c PREP 1 ftf* BEARD SOFTENER - • "Save at Sommers" ST. PHILLIP'S DRAMATIC CLUB ENTERTAINED (By K1LLOUGH) Mi* R. N. Clark, instructor of English Sociology and Dramatic Arts, at St Phillip's Junior Col lege, entertained the cast of "Apple Blossom Time" in the reception room of the school April 29. The room...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 May 1933

*KiUAY, MAY 6, 1U33. 6 AN ANTONIO REGISTER ON THE SCREEN AT THE MAJESTIC On the <T«n tt the Majestic this wack "The It,k Cage," the widely publicised circus-thriller starring the well-konwn wild an- imal trainer, Clyde Beatty, will be leatared. It ie the itory of a trainer's de- termination to create a clrcui act with wild animate that will dwarf, by companion, all other acte sim- ilar to it. To thl* end, Beatty not only aiixea lione and tlfers in the same care, but alio mixes the aexea in the animals. Among the thrill sequences of the picture are one* in which Beatty t« saved from attacking animals, as well as ones in which he is the hero, and theh climax which finds the circus wracked by a tornado •nd the animals being released among the circus audience. ' Supporting Beatty will be seen Anita Page, Andy Devtne, Vlnee Barnett, Wallace Ford, Mickey fcooney and Raymond Hatton. royal knights social club AWin Parker was host to the •lub Sunday, April 30. The meet b>g was called t...

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