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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

V) 1 PAGF FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, i s9. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dtdtcated to Right, Justtct and Progrett Closed Season PubiltAad frrVJtf •( kacfc Wwk fey T H t REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olfli e WSH It LcimBlarfe M. •bum Cathedral 1711-1*. O. Soi W Antanio, Tasat L„.r«, „ uronnvloi nutlet Way i. IKii. al IM putt oirte *1 S" *llonl« utlaTT?If "" Sri raias tirmlfM* a« lyueal. iWPTluN HA It*: 1 rear. Um . * monim Sl«i StM e Cop>. *" National Ad eruain« Hepr «entatl M. *. 41" 4lK*' im Ana*)**- RwA«iiir kidmi till and lain*, uald Coast. VALMO a BELLINGER, PresideM-Treaaorer JASPER T. DUNCAN, E<Htor-G«ti«rsl Manag*r J. W. Holland. W. U Walker— J. A. James ..Contributing Editor Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager All • matter should b. In current Uaue Nr«« matter mud b* plainly • rlttaa «nd ropy he#f TH« rt|UM 'o cooJenM •titer tar ron*«i la c« of •afaty unlet* paid for. • appear \ on# •kit <* II rttirvd. The RegisUr Platfor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1933. SAN ANTON'lO R E f? T S T E ft TAGK FTV'R Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608 V4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. m. to 6:30 p. m. Phone Perilling 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST 8un<Uy by Appointment 194S W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Celll Answered Day or Night lies. 1727 Hayt St. — Office 207 N. Cent?j St — San Antonio, Tex. In. Ph. (J MS—Or. n>. r«n. SSM Olfkf «tlH W. Crmmfret St aes. ilea w. uouiiun Mr «i DR. J. R. MOORE oesnraiCAL aracuuar (Child illrUii Hours: Mid* •.m., 3:30-7 p.m. Sunday hy eppolnlntnt (Hailing P. O. Hoilll Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 7/ Dpand [ngkaving Co. n r. # plc am ,AMA1 JMIO TfcXAJ OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Leonards Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET Phone Garfield 4042 301 E. Commerce, upstairs Entrance 106 Bcnham St. W. J. BARNH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

7 PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IB. 1M3 Society M X Clubs * « K Personals Q Horn bulitulion KSOMMERS WAGNERS Mid-Month SALE Friday, Saturday, Thru Monday FREE! ^lake up Magnifying Mirror Free with each Purchase of Symphony Face Powder $1.00 Mf Cntex Items —.— -- $1.00 Woodbury'* Facial Cream $1.25 SSS Blond Builder 11.00 Lieterine ——— Sic 8 Ac . ..Sfk 89c NONSPI. 35c size - — 26c *2.00 Mar-Oil Shampoo 11.49 50c Lord Baltimore Portfolio -- —--39c SI.00 Xurito ... ■■ — S7c 40c Saceharine Tab* Igr. (10) — 29c THEATRICAL CREAM, 50c size, lb. tin 29c 35c Cilotab* .. «... — ——-.29c II 00 Bayer Aspirin (100) — .15c Wright's Silver Cream $1.00 Squibb * < L O SQl'IBB'S 40c DENTAL CREAM SI.00 Squibb'* Adex Tablcta 60c Cal. Syrup of Figs . .. 69c 23c 89c Bellinger's On Extensive Tour Right for Collego Mr. and Mn. Cha . Bellinger and daughter, Miss Ruth Bellinger, left Tuesday morning over the "Katy" for Columbus, Ohio, where they will visit, Miss Lillian Bel- linger, who i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

*K1DAY, SEF1 EMBER 15, 1983. 8 a n antonio register PAGE SEVEN Huge Benefit Midnite Show at Majestic for Valley Flood Victims Colored Balcony Reserved for Race For Mammoth Stage and Srrcpn Attraction. Novel ideal in atage entertain- ment are being prepared for the r.harity midnight ahow for the re- lief of Valley storm victims at the Majestic theater Saturday mid- night Raymond Willie, in charge of the entertainment, announces that he haa already aecured auch well- known entertainer! as Vic Inair- lllo, Harvey Bell, crooning tenor; Earl Abel, who ii preparing a spe- cial, old-fashioned organ sing-song for the event; the Texas orchestra, augmented to 32 pieces, which will act aa a stage band for the event; the quartet from Herman Wald- man's Gunter orchestra; a special minstrel ahow being staged by the Elks, and many other acta. Alto- gether, there will be more than a hundred entertainers on the stage. The picture for the event, donated by Paramount Pictures, is the new musical roman...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 15 September 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAH ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IB, 1933- , PIONEER, White winGS Your Rest Flour for Every Baking Purpose — MOST DEPENDABLE MSA U.S. wt do <xm FA«r LA PALOMA white winss FLOUR \ PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR This famous flour is milled from the best wheat in modern mills by up-to-date process and is backed by 82 years contin- uous milling experience. Grocers recommend it because it is the best and always sold at reasonable prices. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS Guenthcr Street Dental Hints BETHEL A. M. E. CHIRCH Ret. R. C. Walker. D. D. Pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. L. A. Clower, Supt. The A. C. E. League meets Sunday at 6:30 p. m. and i doing some very in- structive work. Visit it and help the Young People Sunday, the usual services were held at Bethel even though our pastor was out ef the city. The choir, with its or ganift. Mrs. D. C. Newman, opened the morning service at 11 a.m. with Sister N. R. Walker, the pas- tor's wife as acting pastor. After the usual proce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

Saw Ajvtowio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS WI to own PA*f VOL. III.—No. 25. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1033 t'^P'ONEER CITIZEN LAID TO 6c PER COPY Hospital Richmond, V .—(ANP)— The St. Elizabeth hospital here in an effort to save the life of 6-year-old Raymond Scott forgot its racial han recently, and treated the child. The boy was .t'ruck down by a mo- tor coach and was immediately rushed to the hospital for first aid by a Jewish merchant. The merchant seeing the child bleeding profusely promptly went to his rescue, likewise the hospital attendants with seemingly only the thought that the life of a human was in jeopardy. The boy was im- mediately taken to the operating rooms and his life saved. Kills White Man Defending Negro MEMPHIS, Tenn.—(ANP)—Less than three hours after he had shot City Marshall - Roscoe Herrod to death, on a street corner in Hughes, C. W. Hulen, white poolroom own- er, was exonerated of guilt for the killing. "So far as I am concerned, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

page tvo 3an antonio register FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1933. Austin News Section |H & H COMPANY AMONG FIRST NRA SIGNERS' Rockdale News RungeNews Going* and Comings The opening of the schools has •dde<! much life to the city. All the eds, co-eds are strolling the ave- nue* and painting the town red. change from coal to light Keep the good work up boys, will oon be gas. The San Antonio BroJes have just about lout their wing on S. H. campus. Too much Dallas Gas Brodeii. Hurry up Thomason Harrison and finish telling the Austin Brod« about New York and Chi- cago. Earnest Bailey will be here in a few days to tell her about the Alamo City. We sympathize deeply with you, in San Antonio last Sunday and | McMillon in your hours of loneli- played the Kntre Nous there, and ! *•*<> having gone to the were beaten by a score of 19 to 10. station meeting the face with dis- They are going t« try to redeem ] appointment. themselves by playing another! ■ ~ * "Ted" Law* on of Prairie View was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1033. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE jf* Sports and School News BEErt FLOWS FREELY AS MANY PUCES ARE LICENSED Gtt Tip Top Drug Famous 'Dixie Kid' Store Adds Beer Near Death in Fall The Tip Top Dnijr an<1 Eat Shop located at 630 North New Braun- fels, owned and operated by B. A. Adams Jr., Louis Adams, and Dr. Edgar Clardy after a successful operation in the drug and eat shop line for some montha, is now ex- panding its operation and improv- ing its service to the buying public by opening a modern well appoint- ed beer garden in connection with its eat shop. The cafe department which has been closed down for several clays undergoing renovation and rear- rangement will re-open today under one of the most experienced and best trained cooks in the city, serv- ing to the public the most tasty sandwiches, Mexican foods, fish, chicken and short orders. Pearl 3.2 beer, iced cold, will be served also, and patrons will be accorded the privilege and quick curb service...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fcHDAY. SEPTEMRER 22, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress l*ublltlMd trtday ot hach Week by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Otflce «"*>•> t Commerce St. hone Cathedral 1721—t, O. bol 171 Sao Antonio Trill fceteretl as secend-tU e mattel Mm 4. 1*11. «t Ika poll office It kan Antanlo, Teaaa. under Act ot Marc# i, 1«7 vdvertltlna rates furnished on requett. StBSCWPTIO.N MATES: I rear. W-tHi; months. IISlnale copy. c National AdeeTttain* Hepraeentatleee, H. JCIff Co., Chlcege, New \ork. t,oe Anaelei. Rnrbrtter hen.a. Utjf and Lasoa. t*old Loait. Africa. VA.LMO C. BF.LLINGEK. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. James .Contributing Editor Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager All newt matter iBould be In our office br Wednesday aooatoippMr In current Issue. New. nialier rau.t be plainly written and "O only one tide f copy iheet Tl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVF. Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1(80 E. Houiton St. Phons Garfield 0076 VV. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m J:0 Op. m. to 8:30 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER burgeon dentist Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio "Stump Daddy" Being Held For Murder Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. general practitioner Calls Answered Day or Night Kaa. 1727 Hays St. — Office 207 N. Centh at — San Antonio, Tex. «n, Ph. tiarf. 08S4—Of. rn. ran. Mil Offlc* SIJl* VV Commerce St fin. 1101 W. Hourton llreel DR. J. R. MOORE orstrraiCAL artctALWt (Child Birth I Mourt; *-12:30 a.m.. Pm- Sunday by appointment (Hailing nddreu) P. O. BoaSlI Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS [?L>AND ENGRAVING CO. 0 117 / W PU Ah AM AflTOMO.TUAS INRA ILLS ADDING TO FARM PROBLEMS TUSKEGEE, Ala.—(ANP)—Report* received here from the states of Texas, Louisiana. Mississ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 193.1. Clubs Personals K WSOMMERS STjxnvW*^ W4GNER5 Specials for Friday, Saturday, Monday i(>c KORD'S AK'OHO?., Pts 17c 11.30 Ciermania Tea —- — —..—98c 60c Miatol ... —..—..—..—..—.—..—..— 47c *." c Rarhanol -- ..57c 23c Glycfrine and Ro*e Water. 4-ox. ... ..... 19c 23c Aromatic Ctscara — --17c % 25c KOTEX. REGULAR OR SUPER 17c 30c 1 -lb. Payllium Seed ... 33c 30c Java Rice i'.*dcr Lie Ik Cute* Items — .... .. ............. 31c 50c Orchard Whit* ... .. .. .. I2r 50c Jasmin Creams ..— — —.-33c 75c ROXBURY SYRINGE 37c 10c LlS Soap 06c 40c Lavender Shaving Cream . - 27c 25c Mennen's Talc for Men .. 30c Ipana . ... ..... -- --— -- $1.50 Ladies Douche SYRINGE — 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brushe* .. 60c Lyons Tooth Powder — S1.00 Pycope Powder .... . -- ..— 75c Aeidine — -- 75c Enos Salts ..— ...... .._ $1.00 QUART TRIPLE STAR MINERAL $1.50 Cremaffol .. .. .. 23c Chocolate Ex-Lax Sk Krushen Salt.* .. 25c Carters Little Liver Pills .. __ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

• FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1D33. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER The i)uke' Here Next Month The same company and how in- tact that excited patrona of the- at era in England, from the Prince of Wales on down, will be brought to the Majestic theater for the Duke Ellington engagement early in October. The negro pianist, con- ductor and composer hat just re- turned to thia country from • tour of England with hii famous or- chestra and company of entertain- ers and it now holding several Eastern engagements before start- ing his Southern tour. Ellington's particular brand of entertainment already it familiar to those who live in the East and to visitors in New York. Primarily • dance band, with a distinctive rhythm and tempo and special ar- rangements that no other band can play and very few attempt, the Ellington orchestra became a stage aensation from the time of ita first appearance on the vaudeville stage at the Palace theater in New York City. Since that time the Negro group has appeared in the l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 22 September 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. IMS. 4..- - -.w/ MR A PIONEER^ . riunLC White wii LA PALOMA white wings (fwur J The covered wtffon had its day; The Century of Progreaa it now in full away. But yesterday, forever and today, Pioneer and White Wing* Flour are here to utay. Your Best Flour for Every Bakinjr Purpose — MOST DEPENDABLE *, 0 «« ~.r PIONEER WHITE WINGS FIOUS This famous flour i« milled from the best wheat in modern mills bv up-to-date process and is hacked by 82 >cars contin- uous milling experience. Grocers recommend it because it is the best and always sold at reasonable prices. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS (iuenther Street (Prim.fteaper Dental Hints Mr. Robert Coleman died at his residence, 226 El Hi street, Septem- ber 12. Funeral services was held September lfl from {he ehapel oU Frank E. Lewis, funeral director. Mr. John Ford of 222 Douglass «ay died at his horns, September tit. Funeral arangements not com- plete. Frank E. Lewis, funeral di- rector. FRI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

Sajw Antomo Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Wl to OUR PART VOL. III.—No. 26. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1933 6c PER copy PROMISES NO N. R. A. DISCRIMINATION D.C. POSTAL WORKERS TO LOSE JOBS NEXT WEEK "Marriage Clause" of The Economy Act to Force Retirement of 143 Men; Present Administrative Furlough of Nine Days Per Quarter To Be Discontinued Tomor- row. W/ASHINGTON, D. C.-(ANP)—According to orders given " to Postmaster William S. Mooney, here this week, some 143 local postal employes approximately twenty of them Col- ored, will be compelled to leave the Postal Service, on account of the "marriage" clause of the Economy Act, and under the forced "retirement" provisions of the same Act. Those to be released include letter carriers, of whom many her« in the Nttion'a Capital arel Colored. They will also include ru-1SppL n l curriers, and other workers,j "UIlICollvS uCtlV FORMER SLAVE I Austin Girts Now Internes LEAVES SON $50,000 Couple Receives "Golden Egg" Unexpect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

PAGE TWO BAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1933. C'luiss \Ym. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Austin Hews Section i "On the dreary, rtiny days and night, our thoughts run from place to place, but after all, if they do not fall, we are better off face to faco." boings and Coming* . Beta Zeta Here i« a tip from the Victoria Mi Susie Mae Hurt left lait Beta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Colored Athletic Department: "To for Houilon for a visit with Alpha Fraternity save an affaii make Victoria's athlctic of im- j honoring Brother Karl Ci. Downs, portance, we as citizens and par- , the home of Miss Marjorie Law- ents of the athletes must do all we Victoria New. Robstown News relatives and friends. , .... on, 1211 East Twelfth street. Mt. can for the better prospects. Mrs. M. D. Wheeler, who Uvea at 0ownj j, t0 >lU(jy st Gammon The- A Parent-T«chcr association 1402 Ulit avenue has been ill f01 j ological Seminary at Atlanta, Gi. ha." been organised to look afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World Our Missions have had their inning. Never before have we soon o many hits wasted as the Mis- sions wasted in the first two Karnes against New Orleans. Of course we are as the usual bench manager, but an all right handed hitting club a' the Pelicans, the least indication of wavering would have made us tank Wiltse. If the M i s g i o ns had hit in the p i n c he s w c would have darned near ruined the Peli- cans. But, alas, Ihey didn't and so goes the se- ries. We are pull- ing with all our strength for the Giants in the World's series. If for no other reason than sentiment ,for letting the Big Train, Walter Johnson, go so unceremoniously, al- though we wish Joe Cronin success, llubbel seem3 virtually untiring, and his screw ball have the Amer- ican league all stars plenty of trou- ble during the famous game of games in Chicago. A good pilchet when he's right will make an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

i AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1933. —^ . MM=~; EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress THE I'ublitlwl frfcS*! ol bub V\ by REGISTER PUBLISHERS OltWc i commen t M 't n« C«'hadr«i I7'JI —H U. Bo* 3?* San Nnlonlo. !«*• fcot r l u t^ond . uu ra.ltn llej "lirnUhnl^n ts l Ur. UM: * -.-.i... '>'■«■« ** '• * l4M National AdwM 'W HrprevniatlTM Angrlet 1Wl # ter lanaat Mty aoo * K. /If! La.. s w v#rk* Lagot, (*old VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager Contributing Ediior Contributing Editor _Adverti ing Manager J. W. Holland W. L. Walker- J. A. James All «« • m«lt«r bnuM t> I" 'J>nVy .Vrmrn*«n*l "i "nl* niw'iMe ol unleaa paid fac. - The Register Platform Itt • Antonio sundi for: «" "-;1" bu""" ""u",,,on, •",1 ; • «mch Ike wc. qu.llll... ®SST&«3ST?''.g -d'eouu,,«.««-.«.? d""M' i PSrtdl* .oting jrlellegw W .rt uMlter.Dlj. oppos'l <° ao-citlJrd tuaa't pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1983. r u|*14% SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Business Directory Sleeves Dancer UVALDE HONDO NEWS Thirteen TFns Ruth Anns Lucky Number W. L. Walker Notary Public 1U0 E. Hoiuton St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S 608Vi B. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 3:0 Op. m. to 3:30 p. m. Phone Pershing 6818 DR. L. M. LISTER SURGEON DENTIST Sunday by Appointment 1948 W. Poplar San Antonio Office Phone Fannin 7884 i DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER i Calli Anawered Day or Night Kes. 1727 Hey a St. - Office 207 N. Cent?. St. — San Antonio, Tex. Br. Ph. (iarr. usss—of. rn. ran. tail Off let 1113% W. Onimtrif It hw "r . 2102 w. Houitun street H DR. J. R. MOORE WJ OBSTETRICAL SP/CIALIflT wf (Child Blrtfai ■ Hours: 9-12:30 • m., 2:30-7 p.m. Sunday by appolntaent K (Mailing add rest I P. O. Boiill Service Day or Night BAN ANTONIO. TEXAS " Rpand Engpaving Co CD o II7 '*> w PIC/^ iAfl MITOniO TfXAS OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dill Kenwood 6137 Looiards Ph...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

PAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2D. 1933. Society X Clubs Personals SOMMERS HAOVEB5 Anniversary Salu Our annual Anniversary Sale wil start Sutunlav. September .10th. and end Tuendav ni ht. (VtoSer 3rd. 1933. Ck*tonm will rerfite better \*'ue* thai on anv previous Anniver^arv Sale due to or r iiuanti'.t but* before advance in price* on the^e it ■« . Al:-o NRA Drug (ode without a doubt will be in forre within ten days. This will prevent our offering these m tionall* advertised qualitv item at anv «uct saving' in th- f ut urc. The following Free Deals are for the thr *e da>« only: F?.EF FREI tube* of the Ha.«te with f:v. a ; is -5<V rffuUr •w R. «:' V Ik 1 "ih irh -V b'ttle of Ml -11 Sri. •• nteel Cold Creant with eart Vi- Vaninhing creair at SOc. \ fl FREF. Mr Gilli of Lavend FREE Regular ream •• 4: •. A $1 v, !ue. Kleene*. an;. FRF y >REE FREE fl value. A 50c Ri'Ki II .V Tint f R-* .M « " M«*ne. A I! Mai ! M Mir A 12 A Fnv R"i of Cira Nmne Far. r~«der. HI M1R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Praise Robeson In Emperor Jones Continued from pag« I Of his acting, various critics wrote: "The finest acting ever seen on tcreen!" Retina Crewe in the Eve- ning American. "Robeson's work is something to marvel at. Powerful climax!" Wan- da Hale in the Daily News. "Th# master's melodrama, bril- liantly acted!" Bland Johaneson in the Daily Mirror. "Most compelling portrayal. Not ■n instant that does not helj one's attention." Mordaunt Hall, The Times. Others in the cast are Dudley I)igges, white, Frank Wilson, Fredi Washington, Ruby Elty, George Haymid Stamper, Jsckie Mayble, Blueboy O'Connor and Brandon Evans. SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT Continued from page 1 nomics department of the schools of San Antonio have grown to be the best In the state under her direc- tion. She is always proud to show the department at Wheatley (Doug- lass) school to her friends and as- sociates. The speakers were introduced to the pupils by 8. J. Sut...

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