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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 29 September 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1938. .PIONEER. White winGS LA MaOMA White wings FLOUR \ PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR Your Best Flour for Every Baking Purpose — MOST DEPENDABLE MR A This famous flour i« milled from the best wheat in modern mills by up-to-date pro- cess and is backed by 82 years continuous milling experience. Grocers recommend it because it is the best and always sold at reasonable prices. Sunshine pure in fotden wheat i Makes a perfect food to eat; Health and strength to you it brings tn finest flour Pioneer White Wings. PIONEER FLOUR MILLS Guenther Street 1 •« DO ou* PART Mrs. Clardy Added to Mme. Kelley's Staff UNION BAPTIST CHURCH R«y. J. U Taylor Sunday was a high day at Union Baptist in apit« of the inclement weather. beginning with the Sun- day school. Rev. S. L. Rugeley spared no pains in having the •ainta and sinners see Christ through the wonderful messages -fee delivered. Mrs. Eli=a Davis !««orge will lecture Sunday morn- ing and the pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

I , ■ ■ * I- Our Semi'Annual Big Community Contribution Register Cooking School Nov. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sajv Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS 1 MRA (III :j •> WmMt VOL. III.—No. 27. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER G, 1933 5c PER COPY Scottsboro Blues Author Hoboes To Write Novel STRIKE SNAGS IN MATTER OF L. S. Janitors And Custodians Eve Federal Job? pHICAGO—(ANP) — Her- ^ man J. D. Carter, trradu-|Cop Loses jn Scuffle of Fisk university and au-1 _ _ _ . _ ate thor of The Scottsboro Blues, a booklet of verse which he wrote to aid the nine con- demned youths of Alabama, hoboed to Chicago to view the real raw life experienced by hoboes so as to complete hi* latent novel which he will call "God'* Branded Child." While in Chicago he was feted at the world's fair with concession passes and free admissions to places of amusement. He was also a special guest to the poetry re- cital of Miss Eunice Tiegens, poet which was staged at the Illinois building within the fair gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin TVeivs Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Victoria News Ptraorili Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Mitchell and Prof, and Mrs. Turner were pleas- ant visitors last Sunday. Plans were also made for the dance season. Miss Albertine Robinson arrived iMt Monday to enter Samuel Hu«- ton collect. No papers were gotten by your reporter last weke due to illness but I solicit your support from now on. 1 still desire your patron- age. On October 30, there will be a play and social entitled "Uncle Sam's Party. The finance, accord ing to Mrs. E. L. Kitchen, will be for the high schol athletics. Sunday A-ening the remains of Mrs. Levina Tisdom were funeral- iied in the Palestine Baptist church She succumbed in the past week. „ ,, i The sick list records Mr*. Amanda t Kelly j Morri!,on, Mrs. Ida Thompson, Mrs, PRINT WITH REPLICA OF ORIGINAL GUTENBERG PRESS AT WORLD'S FAIR H1CAGO, Oct. 00.—" Does CHATTERBOX —— ' Rainy weather is hard on so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

. I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World GLEANINGS FROM SPORTS A quick review of the Dixie Se- ries shown that our pitchers did not collapse as much as our batting or- der failed to hit in the pinches. But that's what makes baseball the sport that it is. We note that wise betters are driving down the odds against the Giants at the last min- ute. By the time that this article appears we feel that the Giants will have shown the doubting public a thing or two. Just as statistics show was high on a top heavy favorite the pre-sra- son dope made the Giants a second division club. We say watch the Giants confound the critics. Con- sider the masterful pitching of Hubbel. A team that has such a capable pitcher that can work as often as he can and a dangerous clean-up hitter like Ott never can b.' counted out. Watch the Giants. We are not under-rating the Sena- ators, but we are trailing along with the New Yorkers. • • ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

FACE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1983 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress l'ublUt << frrtdty ol back Win bj THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Olflcr sus'i t lomoKrrt St Cathadrat 1721—f. O. Boi *72 San Antonio, Teiai -elaaa mallat Ma. k, lt 3l, al tba pual oinca al ian Antonio, Act or March J, IS7 Ad frtl«ln« rataa turnlahad on raqutat. ION RATES: 1 yaar. Sl.wt; « moniha. SI.38; Single copy. >c Adaaniaina Hapraaanietlaaa, W. B. Zlfl Co. Cblcago, Ma York. Rackaatar tuoaai City and Las°a. liold Coast, Alrlca VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Mana««r Holland. J. W. U Walker. J. A. James— __Contributing Editor , .Contributing Editor Advertising Manager au awt ma I tar abould ba In our ofrtca by Wrdnaarta? noon to appaar In earrant laaur. Naa matiar mu t bi plainly «rttt n and on only ona alda or tfj aliaat Tba rlnht to condansa mattar for coDrcDlewa or fitly li ruarraa....

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVK Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public ISM E. Houston St. Phon* Garfield 0076 \V. V. Hurd, D.D.S. * 608V4 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office hour*: 8 a. m. to 2 p. m 8:0 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 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calls Aniv.Vred Day or Night Rei. 1727 Rayi St. — Office 207 N. Centre St. — San Antonio, Tex. Vt Ph. Garf. OSSS—C)t. rn. ran. ISM Orrict SU'A W. Crmmrrct St nn. 1101 W. Houston lit rati DR. J. R. MOORE OB3TXTMCAI. SPECIALIST (Child Birth) Hours: t-lltW *.01., 1:30-7 p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing addreaal P. O. BoiiU Service Day or Night SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Bt>AND [n< jk'AVIMG Co E J17'> w pilap SAfl AflTONIO TCXAi OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Leonards Pharnaey 701 S. PINE STREET INMAN'S BEAUTY SHOP MISS ZENOBIA RAINEY MM. L. E. SMITH, Opa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

PAGE SIT Society K X SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Clubs fRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1933 a a Personals v Institution SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY 50c SALOMINT TOOTH PASTE Ut Miatoi itc Zip Depilatory *Cream Me Laxor Rou er $1.90 Jasmin Face Po der 45c VASELINE HAIR TONIC 50c Prep - - 60c Bromo Seltzer ........ 11.50 Qt Mineral Oil 25c Nature' Remedy ... V* ...Z5C _14c _44c 42c .77c 34c _17c 42c 17c l«c 35c VICES SALVE 60c Lyaol ..... J5c Freeione 85c Dextri Maltose 5-lb. Epaom Salts — 24c 3tc 24c 57c Sic 50c PARLIN SHAVING CREAM 23c 42c l c 2 Re 50c I'nguentine .. — 25c Aromatic Caxcara 40c Caatoria Mc Odorono ... 45c SQl'IBB'S TOOTH PASTE $1.00 Lucky Tiger — .... ... 50c Ingram's Milkweed Cream 60c Syrup Pepsin —• 31c .29c 69c •19c 39c Confectionery Puts in 3.2 Beer Rounded Shoulders The popular Tyler Confectionery ' and Sandwich Shop at 903 South Tine street has recently added 3.2 [ beer on tap at 6 renti per (lass and in bottles to it* service to the public. The establishment owned an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER G, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN EUROPE IS O.K. WITH ME,' SAYS ELLINGTON ON RETURN By W .1. BOWEN /^HICAGO.— (ANP)—Rumors that were circulated about us ^ being segregated while in Europe were all false. Why, we stopped in one of the most exclusive hotels in London. Such people visited us as Jimmy Walker, former mayor of New York, leading movie stars, and, at that time, delegates to the Peace Conference, that was held in London," answered Duke Ellington to the questions put to him by this reporter. Ellington and his outfit, fresh from their European trip, were engaged at the Windy Clty'n larg- est motion picture houie, the Chica- go theatre last week. Not Feeling So Well We dropped in on the Duke right after the first show, in his dressing room. He wasn't "feeling so well," he told us, but felt the true trouper that "the show must go on." The pleasing personality of this bandmaster and composer is an in- spiration to one who meets him. His conversation revecls ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 October 1933

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, l'ja3 EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH Services it Ebenexer was at its height spiritually all day Sunday. The Sunday School lesson was well taught by Sister Betty Cans, a prepared teacher. Pastor Lee gave his people a burning message at morning and again at night. He aang at each service and stirred the neighborhood. He was accom- panied at the piano by Miss Char- ity White, whose playing is de- lightful. Pastor Lee will be ab- Mnt for a few weeks in Luling in ■ great revival. Rev. Haywood will taadwt his services at Ebmeier ■lull be is away. P BAPTIST CHURCH Ret. G. F. C. Carry, Paator |Mqr appreciative audience bk attendance at the morri-ig •ad enjoyed a fine ser- preached by pastor Curry. WM the beginning of the revival now in progress being by Dr. J. H. Hardeman, vvangeliat of Port Arthur. Funeral services for Mrs. Dor- othy Taylor, a faithful church worker and member of the usher board, were held in the afternoon, many friends fathering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

W.'VI;? ' wi oo own m«i Sajv a nto io Register RIGHT • JUS' 'ICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 28. NEW SEGUIN HIGHWAY CLAIMS FIRST LIFE Carload of Negroes Collides with Another, Resulting Fatally to Walter Garvin and In- juring Many Others—Accident Occurs Near Schirmerville. ROAD STILL NOT OPENED W/'ALTER GARVIN, age 30, was instantly killed Monday " afternoon and Ernest and Natalie Henry and their son Ernest James Henry, 11 months old. and Anna Mae Goings, were injured when a car in which they were riding collided with one driven by Frcdcrico R. Molba. Three persons riding in the Molba car were injured and taken to the Robt. B. Green Hospital for treatment. The crash occurred about 15 miles from San Antono near Schir- merville on the new highway. Er- nest Henry was at the wheel of the car in which the fatality occurred. He. his family and Anna Goings live in a tent camp on the highway. Although the road has not been officially opened, Garvin's death marks the first casualty to be re- co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISfER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, IMS. 1 Welcome11 I 4r ELLINGTON BAND and ENTERTAINERS to SAN ANTONIO and Southwest Welcome "Duke" and Visitors to San Antonio and our well equipped office. BeM of nental Service Always Dr. VV. V. Hurd Dentist 6*8'i E. Commerce C-1802 MUSIC with its "charms to soothe the savage breast," has c e r t a i nly contributed much toward the relief of the suffer- ing public. Welcome "DUKE" The World'a Most Renowned Exponent of America's Own Music I'hone* F-7884—G-3971 ■■■■■■■■BaaWMHBMBBjMBBMMMSWBiHBiaBB READ THE REGISTER ADS AXD PATRONlvE REGISTER ADVER- TISER ALWAYS—and don't miss telling 'em about where you saw it. EMMMBBMBMBBsaaoBi The Whittier Clinic Charity Cases Treated Kvery Saturday from Ten to Twelve C. AUSTIN WHITTIER, M. I). Garfield 2612 fSJESBBIEF? VBWi Be a Register Booster end patronize Register Advertisers, j Always mention your paper when you are spending your 11 money . . . and if you owe your subscription, pay up. Carta OPP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1933. SAN Ah TONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and Gleanings From the Sports World ALABAMANS 'AIR' ACTIONS J. D. "FATS" LOWERY Well, our prognastication about the World'* Series came to pass. The Giants' pitching handcuffed the touted Senator ulujcirer* in the pinches. The Giants out-thought the Senators all the way around. Terry and company put the Ameri- can league pen- nant winners to •hame. All along we have held that the differ- ence between the two leagues has been that a few of the Am- erican 1 e a g ue teams loaded themselve s down with stars •nd therefore only a few made money because of the one sidedness of their league race while the Na- tional league has a tendency to spread their star talent out among all the clubs so as to make a bet- ter balanced circuit and ev<,y club made money because of tne closeness of their race. But some how we are usually a National league rooter. We didn't figure the Giants to whip Washington so de- cisively because we t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO RFGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Prvgrets , fubllaluti trtdajr ol Each Ww* by f the register publishers Office t. Commerce St. Aoui Cathedral 1711-f. U box VI San Antnato, Teias ftoUred M second-cUts matter Mav 6. Ittll, at tbe poet of flea at San Antonio, 1 Taiaa, umJrr Act of Marco J, 187# AUvartUtoft rates lurolalteii on request SUBSCRIPTION HATES: 1 year. tt.MJ; 0 month*. 11.25; Single Copy, Sc t national Advertising Hepreseotatives, W. K. Zlff Co^ Cbtrago, New York, 1m Angtlet. Rochester Kanui City and La«oa. bold Coast, Airtca. VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manner I i- i W. Holland. L. Walker. 3. A. James .Contributing Editor Contributing Editor Advertising Manager AM matter ibould be Id our offlrt by Aedneeday noon to appear In .soue. New* matter muat ba plainly written and on only one side of capy sheet The right to condense ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933. 'Dangerous Waters' To Be Season's First Offering The first offering to the dram* loving public San Antonio will come from the Jr. Women'* Progressive club on Monday evening November 6 when they will preient "Dan- gerous Waters" a thrilling comedy- drama in 3 acts at the Library au- ditorium under the direction of J. W. Hemmings. Mri. J. D. Lowery Jr. pr«iident of the organisation and the mem- bers are enthusiastic over the sea- son's opening play and are leaving no stone unturned to make it the iucces* it deserves to be. The cast will be announced In next week's issue of the Register. Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1630 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0078 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608'/fc E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 AFRICANS HELD IN CANADA Toronto, Can—<ANP) — Seven Africans, from Basutoland, are be- ing detained here at the Salvation Army hotel until the proper order arrives from the United States im- migration bureau to permit them to enter tha U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

PAGE SIT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1 Society K s Clubs K x Personals InttihiHon £1$ MERSH >vagners SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY MODESS SANITARY NAPKINS, 2 for fCV QnSN .. . -- — II. 25 rimud'i Uii Vegetal .. ... Ik Lai Toilet Soil 2 for .. . ..—_■ .. Sic CitnrJ Grip* iff .. 25c KLEENKX lft: 3 for Mr Ptrill Sha inj: Creaa tl.42 Lb. Old Englit t f loor w as lit Anann Tablet* .. .. ... 25c U< Mc ltc 17c .54c Mr Sal Hepatiea .. .. .. 11.50 C reomulaion .. 50c IPAXA $1.0# Henna Si* .. .. 5Or KoNimw . . Sfte Klm/n Shatiaf rraa SOr Orall'SS - . .... •Cc I Kirmtrainl J a Salta Mr JONTKF.I. FACE POWDER iSt Zino Hada .. . .Vk Wright « Silver (ream II.M Saccharine TabeU. 'j Gr. #0e Thorn V lUmin 1 ablrta m „ SquiWi i Mineral Oil. pint „ Mr HOMO QUINtNB TABLETS Krnmrd « WitcJl Hair I. pint Prophylactic Tooth Krunh Citratr of Magnesia Sol. PijrlKan Sen). IK .. . . Mc *c 17c .....Sic . S1.M 31c itt 32c Me .. Mc 4 Re 37c ..24c Mc .. 29c 40c 59c 24c 17c 39c 19c Mc Greater Q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 October 1933

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1933. 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAUiS SiALN Thursday October 19 CA'.T MOt'TTOW IT Thursday October 19 DANCE FROCKS for the Great "DUKE ELLINGTON DANCE" EVENING ■ ? rfi™ ft***'*- ' ' t 4 * Sizes F rankliut Save 'IL DRESSES Especially Priced $695 $895 $10^5 There are f «ffetnt*. crepra ami rich aatlna, «hllr, high ithaclM and black. 'I here'a not one fcmontf Ihrm that ilofinl Vave wime outstanding style and fashion note. Greater Wide Awuke Social Club The Greater Wide Awake So- cial club met Friday ni/ht, Octo- ber 6 at 625 South Pine street with Mrs. Novella Lewis as hostess. Meeting was called to order and each members responded in the usual manner. After business mat- ters were carefully looked after the hostess served a Greater Wide Awake special. Next meeting will be at 616 South Olive street with Mrs. Willie Muse McClure as hos- tess. Charmers Social Club Sunday was another jolly day for the Charmers. After the bicycle race all went to the home of their sponsor, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 October 1933

Sj4Jv Atvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 29. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1933 6c PER COPY VICTIM OF SHOT GUN FIRE SUCCUMBS Shooting Affray Excites Denver Heights Dibble Serves as Railroad Surgeon pHICAGO.—(ANP)— Dr. J. * ' Edgar Dibble of Kansas City, one of the renowned men in medical circles of the Mid- dle West was a visitor in Chi- cago this week. Dr. Dibble who for twenty years has held the distinction of serving as surgeon on biie staff of the Kansas City Southern Railway, is also the des- ignated surgeon of the United tatca Employe's Compensation mission. He has nerved in this the physician on call federal employe in Kansas City injured. Or. Dibble who if president of the Kansas City Urban League, ws« in Chicago to attend the conference of Urban League secretaries held here this week and visited the American College of Surgeon's con- vention which was held at the grounds of "A Century of Prog- ress." PISTOL WOUNDS SEND ONE TO HOSPITAL AS R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 October 1933

fAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin TVeivs Section Cluisa Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston C ollege . . . Phone 20093 . . . Victoria News The Airman Looks at the World's Fail' Pfrsoml. The Austin Black S(natora cloied their 1833 baseball season laat Sun. ley in San Antonio playing the Ban Antonio Misslona a double- header at the Van Daele stadium. They were defeated in both famei, B-2 and 7-6. Grand Chancellor Kinchinn was In the cicty laat week-end on but- Ineaa. While here he attended the "Duke" affair. week-end while the fair was going on. G. P. Inge is very popular on the S. H. C. campus thia year. Mit- j tie William*, don't ever ask a young man what he can play, al- ' Mrs. M. D. Wheeler ia up again after a few weeka of illness. She fives at 1402 Ulit avenue. Many of the Capitol City folks witnessed the Dallas Vair and the annual Prairie View-Wiley clash which was held last Monday. Dr. Stanley E. Grannum. presi-. dent of Samuel Huston and Dean I.. E. Hams were in Dallas last week on bus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 October 1933

I FRIDAY, OCTORER 20, 1333, SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World The Wiley-Prairie View game nas one of those stubborn things. Prairie View showed little offensive drive. Their only sustained march during the fourth quarter being broken up by Wiley's alert- ness In inter- cepting a for- ward pass. They claimed Wiley had no punter but Patterson's kicking was on a par with Love in face he really outkicked Love —Prairie View's star punter, for Prairie View's safety and let Pat- terson's punts sail over his head all afternoon an donly on one oc- casion latein the fourth quarter was one of Patterson's spirals handled and then only once while Patterson, playing safety for Wiley returned all but two of Love s kicks for substantial gains. Prairie View fumbled the opening kick-off and Wiley rushed over a touch- down in seven plays. Protecting their meagre lead and playing care- ful football, Wiley failed to open up. To our mind Prairie View w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 20 October 1933

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress c The Restless Sea fublitbxl KrtaUy o! bach W'Mfc by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Otruv L IDOta'M SI 'kon< Cathedral 17JI-P. o. Vol San Antonla, Taxaa t.M'rr'd aa secemtelaM maun My t, 1131, al IB poel olllca al Sao A mania, Taut, un'ltr ol Mann J, 1 T Ad«arU tM ram lunilahae ua rtqu-M SlHSUtllTltiN HATSV I Jfar. ««i • niunim IIXl kls«l< u>p>. c National Adnrililaf H praarntali*«a, w a 4lfi ca„ Chk-asa. Saw \arfc. \jot Angpira. Rocbrilaf han a l-ltr «n<l laso'. ti"la Coa l. Alrira VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker J. A. James Contributing Editor .—Contributing Editor —Advertising Manager All aava nalltr ahould ba In our afflr« by Xaitnaailaj n™ It ap|>aar IB avrraat laeut. Newa nalicr mull b« plainly artttaa aad on only oo# aldf ol rap; abaai...

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