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

r AGE SIX SAW ANTONIO TtEGTSTER KRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1933. Society X X Clubs Personals QHbtm Imtitutit* fcjj WSOMMERS <s^> WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY PREP. 50c size Psyllium Seed, dark, lb. ________ Ovaltine, $1 00 site ■■ Enes Frur. Salt, 75c size SYRINGE, Roxhury, 75c, 2-ql. size. Vick'l Salve, 35c size Ag":a Ve]v 50c size _________ Alcohol Kurd's 50c pint 17c 33c «9c 83c . 45c 24c 37c 21c KLEENEX, 25c siz* )Sc Sal Hepatica. SOc site 39c Magnesia, Milk of, Puretest, pint 33e Aatrtnjosrl, 60c site 47c WRIGHTS Silver Cream. size 24c Tooth Brush. Prophylactic, 50c value Nnjol, $1.00 siu fSS Bl«od Builder. 11.25 sit* 39c 69c 98c HAIR BRUSH, Pullman, 75c value 48c Burma Shave, 50c size 41c Squibb's Tooth Paste, Large Tube 36c Ingram's Shaving Cream, 50c site, 3"c MINERAL OIL, Triple Star, quart. 87c Marlin Wells Majestic Crystals, 1 lb._ Colgate's Tooth Paste, size O'J's Beauty Lotion, 75c size Lux Toilet Soap, 10c Cake 69c 19c 59c «c Victoria Club Xmas Eve ...

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

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1933. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Wide Awake Social Club The club met with Mm. Luclle Jarkton M hoitena. A builnent tension was held after which Mri. Jackson aurprlaed the girls w h a Xmai dinner party. A beautiful Xmas tree formrtd the center of the table with a stocking tunning ever for each member. A delicious course was served. The president presented each member with one of her loveley photos. Guests were Mrs. T. C. Dobbins, Mrs. Pinkie Smith. Mrs. M. R. Ellis and mem- bers of the Royal Portlnes Club. 11 1 HKOUGH« WOMAN'S EYES • (UK ON WAITING FOR BETTER TIMES ««■* 1 rE'VE got too many leaner* VV Too many people In this country hiren't learned bow to Sharpen their wlta on the grlndatone of necessity. Nobody erer got any- where by waiting. Doing anything la better than doing nothing at all." Tboae are the words or a pre* Ident of a gieat railroad ayitem. And I waa reminded of baring read them when a friend's aon aald to me the oth«r day. "I'm glad I still hare a ye...

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

PAGE EiuHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1938. Happy New \ear\ Our "No Nock" Gas starts like a FLASH Don't wear out your Battery these cold mornings! Buy any amount you want from lc up Good Gas 16c per gal. Start the New Year by .saving monev in buvine from The ALAMO CITY SERVICE STATION, Inc. Commerce at Bowie J. A. Whalen. Pres. Church to Get Million in Rent Professor Carver Speaks at Howard New York City.—(CNS) — St. Philip Protestant Epiacopal church which at one time was situated down-town in New York City but for the past twenty-five years has worshipped in a new church edifice in 134th Street, Harlem, is said to be the richest Negro church in the world. As the result of a real es- i tate deal that disposed of the down- town property the church is soon to collect about $1,000,000 in rent. The church has rented for ten years to Louis B. Lipmaii the row of ten six-story apartment houses at 107 to 145 West 135th Stret, which the congregation has owned for more than tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

FRIDjM « Sajv Atvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. Ill—No. 40. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1934 Study Atlanta Housing Sites Under PWA Atlanta, Ga.—(ANP) — Repre- sentatives of the Public Works Ad- ministration who are engaged In Working out the program of the federal government to eliminate •lum conditions by providing model housing units visited Atlanta to ttudy at first hand the problems Involved in the proposal to con- •truct model homes for Negroes in the vicinity of Atlanta university, •r one of the affiliated colleges. In 'ho course of their stay they in- spected sections that are under con- •idoration as sites of the project, •nd met with a committee repre- senting the board of trustees of At- lanta university. The delegation consisted of Rob- ert D. Kohn, director of housing for the Public Works Administra- tion; C. E. May of the Public Works Administration legal depart- ment. and A. C. Shire, expert and consultant on housing. Following the inspectio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

fAUE rwo DAN ANTONIO REGISTER Austin JVevs Section Cluiss Wm, Floyd—Satuel Huston College • • • Phone 2*093 . . . The Blur Triangle Social Club Uiatlli Progressive Aid Club The club met t the residence of1 V club held its annual banquet Wis. Alex Shelby. 1614 Gregory ,tl -ewood Park Thursday eve- Street. After . cngthy btwjne^ j Progressive whist and con- •es.ion, enjoyed bridge trie ' .'idf* wan featured. The •nd whi.t playinc An application | rati, 'fared Was received Ir ni Miss All<arta 1'lummer delicious i meeting w Duval. >f Fort Mis* Worth, a" 7ery i >ur-e us served. tiuxt ll" II be u;tu Miaa \\4 .,0||a lone ' * * I Colf'n The EsgletL. met with Mrs. Mr/ella good •• AilUti. I gpon llecung was earned out in th« ua- the Bn. manner. Plan were completedf home tor the New year and officara n- I •I- ted \rter ■ < fing a delightful ! E The club :ll Bernit was such drinkt and ungt to eat as would equal •nion. Nothing was left un- .-.at the function had to of- way of enjoyme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1M4. SAM ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE \ JT Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World By J. D. "FATS" LOW ERV W« cm writ* finis behind one of the mo«t hectic seasons of football tn the hiftory of the game. Up- leti galore the season ending in a . final kick at the dope bucket. The * n t i re country thrilled at Co- lumbia's gallant game in beating the S t a n f ord Cardinals. Ev- erybody felt that Stanford invited one of the weak- er teams of the nation and then to have the Lions flaw them gives Stanford the ha! ba! • • • Even in our own group Langhton had not considered Prairie View in the light of a menace at all. They felt that they had the champion- ship won With case but the Panth- ers refused to be beaten and thus the Southwestern title ii thrown into a three-way tie. • • • There has been so much trading In baseball we really won't get lined up properly until June or July. Watch out for the Boston Sox for they arc really going to go places and do ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

PAGE FOIll SAN ANTON TO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER X Publication dedicated to Right. Justice and Progress THE PuMUAod hrUUy at tic '•* bj register publishers Olflet MM *4 fcw ComW a M hone Cathedral I7J1- H u i*«« S7 Han Antonio, !>m Ifaterad «cood-< last mattar Ma* fc, mi, ■' tn k i otncf at San Antonio, Trtat, ondr- ^ **rcl1 S, MRI Adeem*.iu 'atea furntahed on requrat. bl USCRIPI U HAltbl 1 year. £1.00; A m «'b*. II X; Single i.opjr. be National n* H< preeentatlee* \s nil t Co., cbimgo. New York. L«• AnflflM AanaM City an.1 i a| • ' UMt, Africa VALMO C. BELLINGCK. Prewdent-Treaaurer JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD acratary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager .. I J. W. Holland. W L. Wattar— J. A. James _.''ontributinf Editor Contributing Editor .Advarttaing Manager Al. • i i:«!1er tlinuld be in «>ur offlct by AV,1rwtay noon to op1 ear-, t litu, S' metier mult be plainly •rl"i aod no only one eopi sheet Tti rinht to cond'n«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1D34. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVF COMMERCIAL The New Year OPPORTUNITIES Outlook By CLIFFORD C. MITCHELL A National Advertiser writes: •Dear Mr. Mitchell: "We are enclosing, for your in- formation, 'Willard'a Message of Relief to Stomach Sufferers," and ether pertinent data, on the Willard Treatment, with which you are no doubt familiar through the wide distribution of radio broadcasts which we are constantly using. This literature we are sending you is the same literature that we send free to all persons who write in lor information concerning The Willard Treatment. "As you will observe, The Wil- lard Treatment ia especially rec- ommended for the relief of stomach distress that is^due to or persists because of excess acid such at Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers; Poor Digestion; Acid Dyspepsia; Sour or Upset Stomach; Classiness; Bloating; Heartburn; Constipation; Bad Breath, Sleeplessness; Head- aches; Jaded Appetite. "We feel sure that your readers throughout the c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

r AGE SIT ociety X X SAN ANTOVTO REGISTER Clubs FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1934. Personals CI Horn* Institu: ■ ^4GM SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ;*• KLEENEX $1.00 Orai'mi 2oc Phen. Isx Wafer* 75c Roxbury Water Bottlt 50c Parlir > hiving Creum 17c 69c 19c 37c 28c 25c WILLI\MS TOOTH PASTE 17c 50c Luxor I *c« Powder 50c Witr1" Hai l, pt. 25c U D GermiScidal Soap 25c MentMntum -37c _37c _19r -J9c 40c LAVENDER SHAVING CREAM . 27c 40c Lapaetic Pills 25c Squibb < Tooth Pa te _ $1.50 Infra Red Lamp 3$c Cutex I*em« - j®c PREP $1.25 Somir.fra Atomiierj _ 35c V'icka Salve $1.00 Squibb s adex tablets $1.25 S S S for the Blood GENUINE GILLETTE BLADES $1.50 Enameled Irrigator, complete _____ 50c Jasmin Cream, 35c Calotabs 80c Mistol 31c 19c 69c Sir 8*r -24c _79c 98c 23c SSc o's otttngg m Katv Booster Clul -The club held its regular meeting Thursday night, January 11 at JJPy~pass?iiger station. Chairman Del McKinney will preside. Chief G«orge Barrett is in charge of the dfiiner. James Bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER > THROUGH A Oman's Eye< By JEAN NEWTON A VICTIM GOES TO COURT POn th« first time in the hlitorj of law courts, son Is suIuk foi tin loss of fsmlljr lift becius* ol the sepsrstlon of bis parents. He Is « young man of tweotj one who had t hnppjr borne life un til four resrs ago, when his parent* (Operated. Since that time, he chtries, he has hern deprived or kls mother, of family tits and horn.- life; alto, he aajt. ht haa brtr. ahunntd by hit frlenda, compelled In lire In boarding boutes, and has been to affected at to have loat op portunltles 'or employment. H< relatea, too, the loaa of bla brother and sister from whom he becami separated after hla mother left their home. And be Is suing for a largr ■nm the man aald to hare Induced hla mother to leave hla father. One wondera that no child ha* thought of doing that before. Hus- hsndt sue for alienation of their wlvet' affections, wives tue other women for the lots of their bus- b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 5 January 1934

I xAoe, fcUiiii SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Statistics R el easel by N.A.A.C.P. Show Inieasc in Lvnehings J o and (hot and on* was b«*t en. i* and strangled. A 'f'laral anti-lynching bill it to h troduced in Conirres* by Sennr Edward P. Coatifan of Colonic, it hat been announced. rrof^Book THKE GOOD THINGS r.ip* waa charged i>nly in two in- New York—In making public to-.'.aneaa. At bett, than, rape or day iU compilation of 28 know i; empted rape was charged in on- lyndungs aui ng the pait year, j fi e imunces or about 18 per the National Association for the tnt of the total lynching.. In the Advancement of Colored People, 'die Cheek lynching on Dec. 16 through Wa.ter Whita, its secre- C olumbia, Tenn., the victim was tary, calleu attention not only to vrhed despite failure of the grand the neat ly 200 p.-r cent rite in mol> -jj to indict him for attempted murder during I'.1.13 from the total wt'jlt. cf ten for 193.*, but to the turpria-; Tti rteen of the lynch victimt ingly large rum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

wt oo©u*rA*r Sat* Antonio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS «• do ova run VOL. III.—No. 41. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934. 5c PER COPY DOCTOR JAILED DIGAMIST J. K. Vleber to Be Principal In Famous "Million Speaker at N.A.A. C. P. Meet Sunday According to announcement the local branch of the N. A. A. C. P. will hold one of it* most enthusias- tic meeting* next Sunday after- noon at the Library Auditorium when Hon. J. K. Weber, Bexar County Democratic committee chair man will be the principal speaker. Other features of this first meet- Ing in the new year will be instal- lation of officers—Rev. R. J. Jor- dan. pa>t'>r of First Baptist church. >ffici«tinjr. Student Crowds Awed by Noted Tanner Painting Tu kvN Institute, Ala.—(ANP) H. O.J"*nner's "Flight Into Egypt,' Ink ..ited painting prestiiieu Ju«- kegre institute by the art tut In 1897. which wa* placed over the circulation desk in the reading room of the Mollis Burke Frlssell Library a few days before Chri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

"t PAGE rwo 8 A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934. Austin News Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . brand new follow. Thin i.iaket the third break for the year . . . Wil- liam Armstrong thinks he know« as much about Auction Bridge a> "Hoyle" , . . Alberta Plummer has so many felowt she has to leave i horn* to keep from being bothered t . . . The Onita-"Bud" Bennet case; ia working out fine after so many1 trials and tribulations . . . Rufu« "Holly" Kindred is a star basket- ball player and lover , . . Charlie Peraoaib th< residence of Mr. Louis Barron Prof. E H. Bradford, head of the on Kxst llth St. After meeting the department of social science at S.; members spent time socialising and H. C., was a pleasant visitor in the playing bridge. A delicious salad Alamo City last Sunday. He repor. ' ur>f was served. The next meet- ad a wonderful trip. ing will be with Miss Vernice Roach —— on 12th Street. Mrs. E. Jackson of San Antoni 4u*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1M4. SAN ANTONTO REGISTER rAGE THREE JT" Sports and Sk r School News Gleanings From the Sports World The swan long of football for the 1933 season was played New Year'i day. From our experience., this past season we would like to see perform at a unit. • • • We would place Goaa of Text's eollefe and Winesberry of Lan;i>- ton on ends. In tackles we would uae Hibbler of Wiley and Woodson of Samuel Huaton. At center we would use Hawes of Prai- rie View. In the batK field Love of Prairie View < and Adams of Wiley. At halves! Odell of Wiley at full and Patter- son of Wiley at quarter. We hate ' to leave Pollard of Prairie View off our team at end for he played a | hang up defensive ayme st end. was a aure receiver of forawrd pasnes in addition to rilling *ipr- j nals for the Panthers. His general- ship was without flaw and in our riind we don't know whether to give the toss to him or to Goss. Next eynr. if he keeps up the gnit that he finished the season with, &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

f AGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER r ft ID AY, JANUARY 12, 1984. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication d$dieated to Right, Justice and Progress Alphabetical Oratory (■uhlithed KrUi; oi lite* W«* b the register publishers Olftca 8* ii v* b loot mm i it bona Catbadrai 1731- I' 0. Bo> S71 tea Antonio, Trial alu _^DlC - *IRA — FCA -*EC- RPC- Jw. Al* - PL&- PACA-t^a-pwa- HOtC A N«V- PA&- FE.CA-PHL0- ccc— PMC ' USA- PPQ ADVENTURES OF A TEXAS GIRL IN EUROPEAN CLIMES ?ntrr*.i • * sccond-c «® mattat Ma% , ISJI •« " • I**1 °^ c* •* Antonio, "tat. omlir Act > *«re* «. 187& A<tvtrt'«<nc rstta fumfcbad on request. SUBSUtlHTlO* HAlti: 1 year, $U.0<'. I mo9it 11®. ftlogit l-rtP>. b*. Nation* Ad**rtttin* Hepraaaotatlvrv h Ztf 1 to. Uilrago. New \ork, Loo Anfries RocfcWtT Kbqmi Uty and l-a* « t 11 tout. Attica. VALUO C BELUNGFK Prwidtrt Trtwurer JOSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN. Idttor-Onfr*1 Minagtr kr . _ | ,w. L Walker- 3. A James— ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12,1D34. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FIVE Loses Life About "De Ducks Lexington, Miss.—(ANP)—Jutt More Christmas Mick Wall, share- cropper on the plantation of W. P. Peacock, white, objected vigorous- ly to * cotton aettlement made by the white planter. After deducting this and deducting that, nothing was left for Wall. The planter re- futed to make any change In hie statement and threatened to whip Wall. Wall aeiied a shotgun and un- loaded a charge of birdlhot at the planter when the latter came af- ter him. 8ince that time Wall hai been a fugitive from "Mitaisalppl justice." Peacock'a ion, Lee, who wai pre- aent when the (hooting occurred, heard that Wall was hiding in the woods. Accompanied by another man, atao armed, the younger Pea- cock went to Wall'i hiding place and shot him down on light. The younger Peacock reported to •fficera that he hot after Wall had attempted to draw a gun. No action wai taken against the white (layer. CANDY GOODIES THE tlrad mother whne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

( AGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934. Society K & Clubs X Personals (1 Home Institution HSOMMERS j WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY 5Or JASMIN CLEANSING CREAM. 37c 2 for 63c 5Or Innerclean - - XOc N'adwola •"ream J1.H5 Cotjr'n Body Powder !5e Gray ' Ointment 36c S6c 98c 19c 35c DR. HALLS BORATED TALCUM. 1 lb. can...23c 'be StMorab —_________ «(V CaJt^na SOc Prophylactic Tooth Bru.h Sal Hfpatica — _ 59c 26c _ 39c 39c MODESS, 2 for 30c Hoc Mi'to! — It.'K) Listenre 35c Vickf Salva _ Lu* Toilet S ap PONDS CREAMS 25c Natural Remedy Tah ,10c Bromo Quinine 25c Kleenex 35c William* Shaving Cream _ lie . 59c _ 24c 6c ...42c _17e _2".c _lTc 27c 45c VASELINE HAIR TONIC 34c 25c Penetro Salve 25c Parke Davt Germicidal Threat Discs 75c Benfue Baume . ..... — lfe 17c 59c Simpsons Entertain Mr. and Mr . Jake Simpson of 1026 Metichaca street entertained with a Green and Pink Tea New Years Day, honoring the Sodality cf St. Catherine. Presiding at the Coffee Pot ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

friday, january 12, 1034. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Tuskegee College Gets Young Ph.D. Tuitktjcec Institute, Alt.—(ANP) Tuftkegte Institute welcomed a former student to the faculty rank* on January 2, when Dr. Na- thaniel O. Calloway, age 26, who received his Ph.D. degree in chem- latry from Iowa State college, Ames, Iowa, in December, return- ed to begin work at aisociite pro- fessor in the deptrtment of chem- istry. The inititute is home to Dr. Cal- lowty in every tense of the word. He wat born in the community, tpent hit first dtyt of tchool in the Chlldren'i House and completed hit Mgh school work at Tuskegee in 1626. Following one year tpent at Atlanta University, ht journeyed to Ames, Iowt, and enrolled in Iowa 8tate college, which school numbers Dr. George W. Carver •mong its famous graduates. Make Contribution To Palmer Institute Douglass Junior School Notes The P. T. A. meeting held the firat Friday wat very initructivc and beneficial to all present. Dr. G. A. Deslandes offered t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 12 January 1934

• , I PAGE EIGHT Richmond Bank in Federal Deposit Insurance Fund SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1934. Richmond, V . — (ANP) —Tht Consolidated Bank and Trust com- J parv is among the banks in Rich-1 mond which has participated in the | Federal Insurance Corporation' Fund, is was regaled this week All of the hanks of Richmond, 11 In number brought the quota up to 10<> per cent. Official notification ®f acceptance of membership ha- ftfoo be#n received. "Liffle Stories d ^r Bedfim bv TKornforiW J. JSurgess BLACKY THE CROW DROPS A HINT R HONDO \EWS Sunday Sch fK>l a both churches (T'O'I and tri at'ended. Being regular pa-- *] day at the M. ■. Church Rt' and Mis. McKinney %erc * :hr. jfhout tha day. Bei-vvf #a-1 • had two won. der' ' -rr r > ered by the faster Those Sis'er Ellen on tne sick liat are hi mas, Mrs. Edna Th"- i - Mr Mice Bennett, Em- Ma i reland Grant, I. L ■ g Fuller. Fmma Jew? Drake is back home after soend'-* several weeks in S. ■A Jam*- R Drake was a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

mt e l BO OUR PAHf S4AT Atvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 42. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1934. s ¥ 6c PEP. COPY CENSUS REPORT SHOWS VAST^tX NEED OF EDUCATIONAL ACTION High Ratio Found In Many Dixie States As J^ineteen Thirty Figures Released Percentage of Illiteracy Among Negroes In Many Southern Counties Still Startlingly High, According to Federal Statistics. W/ASHINGTON.—(ANP)—In spite of the millions expended " in behalf of such schools as Tuskegee and Hampton and the furtherance of the Rosenwald School program, the per- centage of illiteracy among Negroes in many counties in the South is still startlingly high, according to statistics of the 1930 federal census just released. The mo«t recent report on Negro illiteracy covers 103 southern counties in which 1,000 or I DISMISSED FOR UNION ACTIVITIES WASHINGTON — (CNS)— " Samuel Brown and Robert Powell, two Negro CWA work- ers on District of Columbia projects, were dismissed last week for dist...

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