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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

VMHi * Si43v ^3Vto\io Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS Wf DO OUR e*«T VOL. Ill—No. 32. |. I IJ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, if 38 ftc PER COPY POLICE PRESERVE ORDER AT LOCAL CHURCH MEETING Scholars Tell of Negro's Bright Past at Educators' Conference E AC STAGES NATIONAL DRIVE Mans Meetings To Be Held in Thirty-seven States In Master Effort NEW YORK.—(ANP)— No- vember 19-26 has been set aside by the National Emer gency Advisory Council for * Negroes as the week in which to acquaint every colored citizen of the United States with the bene- fit* and provisions of the emer- gency efforts of the Federal Gov- ernment. Daring this week mass meeting* will be held in the thirty-seven States and 121 citiea already or ganiied under the E. A. C. and the greatest effort ever made by Ne- groes in America to secure equality In employment and in wages will •t this time be made. Jesse O. Thomas, Southern Field Director of the National Urban League, Is directing the organiza- tion of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

iBru is . AUC 1 WU BAH ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1983. Austin 'News Section Cluiss Win. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Taylor News To Destroy Submarines From Air The Capitol Girls. The club met it the residence of Mr a. Callie Metier Wednesday eve- Bing. Plans wre completed I or * pre-Thanksbiving dance at the Par- adit* Inn November 29. New of- ficers ware elected at follows: Mr- Pinkie Henry Bell, president; Mrs. Callie McGee, v.Ce preiident; Mis Grace Walker, saetetarjr and lira. Metre Field*, boaInet■ manager Other officers were re-elected to their tame poets. After a meeting • delicious salad coarse was served. Meeting will be at Mrs. Pinkie Henry Bells, 1401 Thirteenth street. Terwooda Entertain Mr. and Mra. B. A. Yerwood m the Bishop and Samuel football teems with a de- affair which proved to be ■ real soeceas. Guests consisted of l of Samuel Huston and Til- aince Langston played Samuel Hus- ton football? See you next week. Personal Mention. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 193,, SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Morris Brown Stops March Of Panthers Atlanta, Ga.—A penalty that gave Morria Brown the ball on the Wiley one yard line in the last five minutes of play gave the Wol- verines a break upon which they capitaliied and then defeated the atronf Wildcat eleven from Texas 12-7. Today's Morris Brown vic- tory was the first setback for the Texas eleven since October 26, 1931, during which time they have amassed a total of seventeen atraight wins. A poor pass by Patterson was in. tercepted by Mack, who returned to the Wiley 16 yard line before being stopped, and a forward pass Jones to Thornton gave the Wilverines a 6-0 lead in the first two minutes of play. With the first quarter about one- half gone, "Pack" Adams was in- aerted in the game, and despite the fart that he was still suffering from injuries from the Kentucky game, the first play on which he carried the ball, the East St. Louis boy broke off left tac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

* PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1933. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress •totioofti Advrtu Loa Angflfi Roc best k*ubliftb*<l ttol fcacb Week bJ THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Oin Wi t. uimmer.-e St boo* Cathedral UM-K O. llo !CT San Antonio. Tr > Thawing Book Review ig wcoimI-cUsa Battel May 4. UU1. at b« po t office «( Sau Antonio, under Act ol March X 1H79 AilvertUin* ratei fumJthed on request. PTlo.S HA1KA: I year. 93.U0; • month* 91 £*, Vufie Copy. Sc variuina Hapraaentativea, W t*. 4111 Co.. Chicago, hew \orfc. er luntat City and Lagot. 1 Coast, A trie a. VALMO C. BE1XINGEK, President-Trewurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker _ J. A. James Contributing Editor r.nntrihuting Editor Advertising Manager tt r •ftoold be In our office t>r A'edoeeday noon lo appear In r. Sew* matter must be plainly arritten and on only one aide o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1933. fouthern gridders BEAT BISHOP Shreveport, La.—(ANP)—E«rly In the first quarter, the football team of Southern university pushed over a touchdown against Bishop college, Texans, and held the Tex- ans in check for theremainder of the game to win 6 to 10 at the Louisiana State Fair Monday. Ste- wart scored Southern's lone touch- down hy plunging from the eigbt- yard line. Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 15S0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Summon Four Negroes for Virginia Jury Norfolk, Va.—(A^P)—Four col- ored men were summoned for jury duty at the November term of the Federal district court beginning Monday. Two of those summoned, P. B. Young, Sr., editor of the Journal and Guide, and G. J. Fleming, were expected to serve on the grand jury, and the others on the petit jury. Fleming Is a former reporter on Mr. Young's paper, now employed by The Daily Citizen, New York. He Is a West Indian wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

r i/,-r" '«>" rAuii isiA SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 198*. Society H Club s K Personals <7 fhm* Institution WAGNERS GREATER VALUES For 3 Days-Frin Sat.. Thru Mon. BROMO QUININE TABLETS 86c Kruschrn Salts ■ lOe Lifebuoy Soap, 2 cakes —— $1.00 Squibb'?, Adex Tabs 80c Innerclean 80c Teat Cream, Vlb. tin 24c 73c 16c _ 89c 37c 29c NUXATED IRON TABLETS. $1 00 SIZE .73c 50c Aqua Velva 36c Wright's Silver Cream 50c Flit, pint sue 81.00 Pepsodent Antiseptic 37c 29c 37c 73c ATOMIZER NOSE OR THROAT. $1.25 VALl'E._88c ,16c Dr. Lyon't Tooth Powder — 24c 81.00 Zonite 73c 76c Drjco . 54c 75c Pullman Style Hair Brush —49c OIL, HEAVY MINERAL. S2.50 VALUE. GAL.,..$1.69 10c Colgate Big Bath Soap. 3 15c William's Shaving Cream 35c Dr. Hall's Boratod Talc 30c Pound Psyllium Seed BAUME EENGUE, 75c SIZE $0.50 Inecto Hair Dye . —— 36c Energine 25c Colgate's Tooth Paste — 50c 666 Chill Tonic 20c 29c 23c 33c 54c $3.98 .... 24c _ 19c . 37c N. A. A. C. P. Sponsor* Pre-Thanksjfivins: Frolic ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

•V, f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, J933. a AN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN "THE AFFAIR OF THE SEASON" Auspices N. A. A. C. P. LIBRARY AUDITORIUM, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, Adm. 35c PRE-THANKSGIVING DANCE Come and win your Thanksgiving Turkey and Help a Worthy Cause Boots and His Buddies will furnish music Offers Course in Mixing Cocktails and Highballs St. Louis, Mo.<-(ANP) —H. C. Boyd, instructor in vocational edu- cation, and George Gerling, super- intendent of public instruction, came to grips here this week after word had got out that Mr. Boyd intended to include in his work a class on the art of mixing cocktails •nd highballs. "Oh, no, we'll teach no such thing," announced the superintend- ent. Mr. Boyd says he'll hava a class anyhow if enough persons apply. Convicted Educator Seeks Pardon Jackson, Miss.—(ANP) — Still claiming innocence Bura Hilbun, former state supervisor of Negro schools, who was convicted of steal- ing more than $50,000 of Roien- wald funds at his fourth trial, pe-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 10 November 1933

rAGE EIGH SAN ANTONIO REGISTER I-KIUAY, NOVEMBER 10. 191 Come and See the Marvel of the Age +++++♦ World's Greatest Invention • • • ■ ■ MAGICAL GAS PUMP! figures your bill before your own eye*—accurately. Buy any amount of Gaa from 1 cent up. ■ ««««■ I I I I i 1 ALAMO CITY SERVICE STATION EAST COMMERCE AT BOWIE « i ■ i « IttTTT J. A. Whalen, President B. V. B a ran co. Fraternal Head Dies in La. Don't Trifle With Coughs Deal let them art * atrangie hold. H«h (anna quickly. CrwmuUlon com- bine. the 7 belt help« known to modern (Clmc*. Powerful but harmless. Pleaaant I* take. No narcotics. Your own drug- ytat la aatborlied to refund your money Mi the a pot if your cough or cold If Ml relieved by Creomuliion ladr.) s ■'I Com* Out in Aehes Lucky Spirit Incense ______ ii the most mystic Insence. oee for yourself. NUM- BERS appear in ashes. Send 60c kn stamps for full box or l^c in 1 tamps for sample. M. J. CO. (251 Cottage Grova Ava. Dept. 166, Chicago. ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

~>r—curnhr'H Satv Ajvtotstio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. Ill, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 *1 00 OV* FAPir 6c PER COPY 'KSFpREMAN WRITCS STRONGJ™-'' Program Boley. Okia.—(ANP) — Melvin J. Chiium, veteran newspaper man and citizen of the world arrived bere last week upon a special mil- lion for the Public Works Admin- istration. Coming at the special in- vitation of the officials of Boley and Taft, he will explain the meth- ods through which these cities can obtain a share of the three billion dollar public works fund. Local •fficials are interested in making •xtensive improvements in Boley and express themselves as being glad to take the government loan. An appeal to Dr. Clark Foreman resulted in Mr. Chisum's being dispatched here. LETTER TO COMMITTEE Alleged Poison Pen Writer Arrested Memphis, Tenn (ANP)—A. W. Rerron, 50, and his daughter, Mar- garet, have been arrested here in connection with a series of threat- •ning letters written to E. L. Scott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

MM* >" n I PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin News Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . then came to his room, broke one there and then went to chapel and broke two. • • • The Capitol Uirla The club met at the residence of Mrs. Pinkie Bell Sunday evening. Plans were completed for a pre- Thanksgiving date on Nov. 29 and a German on Dec. 2, both at Para- dise Inn. Mrs. Pauline Yerwood waa added to the club as a new member. Guest* were Mrs. Willie Mae Hornaby, and Mr. G. H. Coates. A delicious course was served. • • • A K A'* Kntcrtam The Alpha Mu chapter of the Al- pha Kappa Alpha sorority enter- tained the P. V. and S. H. C. col- lege Saturday night with a student mixer in the college gym. The gym was decorated with pea green ' and gold colors. Besides the stu- dents of both colleges present, many prominent out of town guests were present to witness the gala affair. Music was furnished l>y the S. H. C. orchestra. • • • Negro Achievement Week ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

; •' r—~ -IIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THRFF m: Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World m mt ■* By J. D. "FATS" LOWERV In all the football game* that we have noted this season both on the radio, in person or by reading after them there has been less scor- ing than ever before There are more field goals being kicked than at any time since the goal posts have been mov- ed back on the end line. The rules committee needs to give the o f f e n s lve more latitude in the way of a e r e e ned for- w a r d passes, running with fumbles and change blocked kicks. We need mot* spectacularity in our great game. One of the most thrilling games ever played was the 21-21 tia Army and Navy played in Chi- cago. Thrilling runs, brilliant de- fense—not just a hold and kick that the modern blassics have be- come. • * • Saturday Sam Huston put up one ef the most dogged defenses that wa have ever seen. They held for four downs on the three-yard line. Then for four down...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

' 7 PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO RE01STBJ*_ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 193} EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Oiling Up PuklltMd htttar <11 tacb fi—k by the register publishers Ulfte* MVS Ik commma *1. •Wot Calhadral lTll-H. O. Boi 171 tea Antonio, laiat l •> Mcoart .i« < tnattrr Mar 6, 1KM. at tba poll uince ml Su Anlonlo, unHrr Act of MarcB 3, 1I7 Advertising rain lurolahrd oil rrquaaL -vrnos 9A1&: I Jtor. HMO; • moatlu, I1.3S; hq« « cap*. * AdNdtiinf H pr>—oftiaaa, W. H. *11! to^ Chicago, Naw lorfc. UtrhMlrr unul C«tty tod LtfM< Gold IMlti AI net. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager Holland. J. A. James. Contributing Editor Contributing Editor Advertising Manager All newi matter ahould ba In our offlcr by AMneartaj noen to appaar la cun*n7*aau*. Newt matter must ba pUloly «r1tt« d\mlojl eamf Qui TIM right to coodaaaa nutttr (or cona...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

c ✓ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, Business Directory W. L. Walker Notary Public 1M0 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 VV. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN, M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Night Kei. 1727 Hay* St - Office 207 N. Centre St — San Antonio, Tax. In. I'h. Oarr. oaaa-ot. m. ran. Mtl Office IUU W. Crmmtrct St. Bee. 1101 W. Houilao Street DR. J. R. MOORE oxrrrraiCAL specialist (Child Blrtbl flour*: 11-13:30 a.m.. li9e-7 p.m Sunder by appolatment (Mailing addreaa) P. U. BoiSlI Service Day or Night BAN ANTONIO, TEXAS , taD Engraving CO, . [A 0 ; J '% £ 4V ; , SXMArfTONjC.VrV^ ■ f , • : Sy- OUR NEW TELEPHONE 0i«; Kenwood 6137 ItotiHs Pharmacy 701 8. PINE STREET Money To Loan, Auto Loan* FOX FINANCE CO. Where the Customer (ids u New Deal Itusiness Confidential 106 \V. Houston St.. 2W Book Ultfg. Garfield 0811 C. W. Jack HILLS. Mgr. 1 Add to Your CHARM with a clear, light complexion . . . and the easiest, quickes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

~TjjgwF 1 AGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1938. Society « X Clubs X K Personals a/imm IntMthn \V\OSt C* buy now and save sale Your Dollar Will Bui Mor« Now! Spend the Difference! For 3 Davs - Fri„ Sut.. Thru Moil 8ALOMINT TOOTH PASTE. I'.Oc Stat 57c 4Sr.C lgate Shaving Cream TV 0 J'i Beauty Lotion __ 1.50 Germanta Tea Tfc- Ve-aieptol J.V _ 57c _ 98c _57e I CRYSTALS, MAJESTIC. MARI.IN W ELLS. 1 lb...87c loc Vateline Hair Tonic 1.50 Maltine Preparations •40c Revelation Tooth Powder . 15r Dr. Ball's Bora'.",! ftlcua 36c $1.29 42c Me Ff 078iLLS FOR KIDDIES. All F jbber 15c Clinical Therm imeters, 1 min H*omo Seltier Purctest Zinc Stearate . 26c _Mc _24c _17c COTY'S PERFVMES, all popular odor4, $2.20 val. $1.49 75c Sqjibb's Chocolate Vita'.use J.ic Glycerine Row Water - . 1.00 Aq'oa Velva jOr ipana Tooth Paste . LISTERINE. Large Size 69c 19c 73c J7c 50c Noxen a Cream 15c Lyon's Too*n Powder 75c Leolair Shampoo, pint 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush 59c 37c 24c 49c 39c i STO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 17 November 1933

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1983 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER £ AGE SEVEN Victoria News The Grande Musicele to be pre- ' tented at the V. H. S. Nov. 24, boaita «uch penonalitiea at Mtiira. Milton Bennett, Iaalah Arthur and Mesdamcs Birdie Williami and Wil- lie Betty Bairn. Our sick list records Mesdamci . Willie Betty Bass, Ross, Ida Elliott, Samantha Scott, Dorothy Mae Johnson and Doris Harvey. Sun- day evening the body of Mr. Louis Brown's daughter wai funeralixed from Palestine with Rtv. Wm. West officiating. Mrs. Agnes Lew- is is recorded on the lick lift. Pal- estine Baptist church held It* usual 8. S. and morning service. Serv- ices were well attended all day. At 6:30 the Jr. and Sr. B. T. S. met with Mrs. Frank Whit* and the Jrs. rendering the program. Webster's chapel M. E. under the pastorate of Rev. H. A. Jones held its usual good S. S. and 11 a. m. •ervlc*. The W. H. M. S. met at the honit of Mrs. L. A. Branch. The ladies Aid and Foreign Mission met •t the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. S w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 November 1933

SAT* if 7VTO7VI0 REGISTER RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS i VOL. III.—No. 34. san antonio, TEXA8, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,1933 6c per cop* This Is Important ft GOVERNMENT BENEFITS TO NEGROES Described by Clerk Foreman, ad- viser on the economic statue of the Metro in the office of the aecre- Ury of the interior, Harold L. Ickei—(ANP). 1. Congress has recognlied the right f all workers to organiie. That means that any group of White worker*, black workers or mixed workera may organiie for ita owe protection or advancement. The government doea not recognize the right of any organized labor group to discriminate in member- ship on the basia of color or creed. All unioni, properly organlxed, whatever the color of tkalr member- ship, receive the aame recognition from the federal government which la the final authority in labor and pay mattera relating to the major industries. 2. Congress authoriied the ex- penditure of |3,'00,000,000 in k huge Public Works program which was designed to put a vast...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 November 1933

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1933 Austin 7Vews Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston Collepre . . . Phone 20093 . . . The Mystic knight* Th* club mtt at the residence of Mr, Joe Hubbard on Olive street, arith all officer" and members pre#- •nt. Plant were made for the dance season and the State Teacher- con- vention next week. The Queen o' Hearts The club met at Miss Aitreda Green's on Hackbem. All officers j «nd members were present and on time. A trip around the world was planned for Thursday, Nov. 2'1 at I p. m. After meeting a delicious •alad course was served. Omega Psi Phi The Omegas closed their ann ial Negro achievement week last I Tuesday evening by sponsoring an interesting and illuminating pro- giam which marked the real sig-, nificance of the project. The main, address was delivered by Mr. J. W. Rice of Honston and was enjoyed I by all. Many telegrams and flow -1 ec of congratulations were re- ceived from various organisations of the college and ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 November 1933

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1933 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World We see by the pipers that Lang •ton licked Wiley Armistice day, 10-6. Another thriller. Wiley has really played a representative •chedule this season and has done well—losing by one touchdown in one game and a field goal and point after t o u chdown in another. If Wi- ley licks Tus- kegee in De- cember they will muddle up the National Cham- pionship to some extent. Let Prairie View lick Lankston in H o u s ton New Year's day and our conference will be as scrambled as the Southwest conference. When Texas College and P. V. clash here December 16 they are playing for second place. Each having lost to Diley, although Langston beat the Steers, too, in a thrilling game a couple of weeks sgo. Love of Prairie View does not seem to us to have flashed the con- sistent form this year that he did last. He was great in every game last year. Yet it must be consid- ered that Love is a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 November 1933

< AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 24. im EDITORIALS AND FEATURES m Cbankful Soli's * w iilfSGinga KrooUit Co jftakt Clns fcrafion a Curntng: $otnt jfor Cfjc better SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Juetice ami Progrett Pubiiahed t-rtday ol Ucb VVvck by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Uiftf# WHIS t Lomnifra St •bona Cathedral 1721--P. U Boi JTl San \ritonio. leiai te'trau a* Mcotd dm mattei Mat b. mi. at tb* p<*i uitice at Sao Antonio. Taaaa, undar Act of Marcn 1. MTy Advfrlltln* ratea turnUhrd on ra<juaat tl'MSCHIPTlON MA Ik.*: I yaar. fa.w; a m..ntfc |1 Z>; Slnfit Copy, be National ad**rtu n« Hrpraaantativea. a t> £lft lo.. ( niragc New York- L/ta Anuria RocUmim hanui Ut> and LafM. (mid Coast. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGER. President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-Genersl Manager J. W. Holland. W. L. Walker- J. A. James Contributing Editor Contributing Editor ...Advertising Manager Ail orwa matter ati&g...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 24 November 1933

i'KlDAY, NUVhAlBEK 24, 11)33 Hu siness Directory VV. L. Walker Notary Public 1610 E. Houston St. Phone Garfisld 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608 Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 Office Phone Fannin 7884 DR. C. A. GRIFFIN. M. D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Call* Answered Day or Nlfht Km. 172T Hays St — Office 207 N. Cantra 8t — San Antonio, Tea. K'< I'h. Garf. awa-oi. rn. Pan. Mil Office IIIU W. Ccmrotrc. St Ah. 2101 w. UouiIod Street DR. J. R. MOORE OHTKTBICAL SPECIALIST ICMM birth) Hour*: 9-12:30 a.m., J:S0-7 pjn Sunday by appototarat (Mailing addreaa) P. O. OoiSlI Service Day or Night ■AN ANTONIO, TEXAS . \imo Lnghaving Co, E l|7 ; W PIC AM SAM ANTONIO'. TCXAl OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Leonards Pharmacy 701 S. PINE STREET Money To Loan, Auto Ix>an« FOX FINANCE CO. Where thf Customer <iet a New Deal Holiness Confidential I0€ W. Houston St.. 210 Book B10f. r.«rf|ald osil C. W. Jack MILLS. M«r. Lovely, Light Skin Without Harm to Texture No matter how dark, drab or dull your compl...

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