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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

PAGE rwo SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, 1034. Del Rjo News Lockhart HONDO NEWS Meadamcs Scrofgini and Satter- %hite of Au tin are hero to open th«' N ■ al Mt. Salem Church. Mrs. Satterwhit€ is tpendinf a few dayi with her daughter, Mr*, Garrett. Mr. and Mr- Frank Bamett Were cullc<l to Ba^ti i -January 6 cd account of the deal hof a neph- tw. Clarcnce Carter. Mr. James Kmmett Kerr who look lick ;n Austin Iaat > car waa through home «>n January 1st. lie tiic.I January 8 and was buried la*t Wednesday* Surviving him art his little - enfather an i ati\- ba.4et> game b •.< s ha.M A f y < n V r wa* % T. w. rreac Fr wor<«l Thorn ► h her and his d a host of other rel- ■ unds. Mr. Kerr wa* a ver ami played the Mi. I. Reed and other i beautiful floral with i the center, rht* financial rally was I. P. ( 'uirch last week, ia.v n ght, Rev. J. L. ■ --mber* were *' ' r that right t Th : lay night, Rev. a.> i - (food people «nh u Rev. Thomas I w • ■ . -ermon and jr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1334. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FACE THREE jf Sports and School News SPORTS TALK GEORGE L. HOLLAND Phyllis Wheatley with possibly the best and certainly the roughest team in a number of yean, goes right on winning its games by a comfortable margin. Saturday night, Wheatley trounced the Aus- tin All Start 49-34. Dawy'i boys clearly demonatrated their su- periority over the Auatinitea in every way in fouling and dirty playing, much of which went un- penalized due entirely to the "trickinesa" of the Wheatley boya. Mr. Davenport has an excellent team but aometimei they're bound to meet a team able to cope with their "tricks" and also match their basketball playing. Our advice to tha boya it "lay off the roughness and play the very good brand of baaketball which you are capable of doing. • • • The Recreational Directors with a revamped team are playing the Humming Birda Monday night at the Central Playground. The di- rectors are out to make the Birds pay for the beating th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

PAGE FOUR SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1034. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to fiight, Justice and Progress fuillthed h rid.j at each «>'l tj THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS uirio u. Oanrarrrt at tun* Cathxtral 17J1--P u Bol JTJ 0 "* d Aatonlo, run Batered •• wi-ood uiu matter Ma* k, at tne pott oIlM at baa Antonio. 1ma un<1er Act of Marrb 3, li7 . AdvtiiUin* ra'es furul "ed on request. H/HSUUPTlO* RATES: 1 ytar, «B.OU; • months II*. tmgle Copy. &c National Ad«ertta<ag Hepreaoutatltea, *. w ZtfI to, Chicago, Nt* lorh. Ln An*eles Nor heater K«n%«s City anil t*goa, (.old totrt. AfW, VALMO C. BELLINGER, President-Tnaturtr JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD ^ecrtury JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-Genera I Minift J. W. Holland. W. L. Wa'.ktr J. A Jamca .Contributing Editor _ Contributing Editor ^Advertising Mmnaftr All news mutter should bt In our office hy A'edneada* ri <on to appear to current Issue Kfi matter mutt be planty arlti'D sod ^n only on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1934. KONERS SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVK The pirates and their psges were luspenrieri from the floor. BONERS art actual humoroua dd-bits found In txamination pa- para, aaaaya, ate., by teachers. Pseudonym la the stste or condi- tion a poet gels Into Just before Writing. • • • "I'aradiie Lost" treata of Mllton'a life at a youth. It la rery clear, full of diction, and the chnr.icMT It brought out clearly. • • • What It the dramatic unity of place? Unity of place'meant that every- thing must take place where It hap- pen* Tl-e action must be In one place, all other placet being brought In by placard* or mettengert. • • • Whitman la a plant called aage found In Camden. • • • Arbitration It an argument set- tled by a dltpute. An example It the settlement of the boundary line of the Itland of Venetuela In the anuth Paclflc cean. •l till. Ball t>Cdlr«l« —WNU t«rvlM. 0 WITTY KITTY By NINA WILCOX PUTNAM Th« Qlrl.Friend M W nteking used to be a great deal eafer when a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

r AGE SIT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER miPAY, JANUARY 19, 1934. ociety K K Clubs m v Personals Q Horn* Institution HSOMMERS \V\GNEHS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY 25f MODES? -15c $1.25 S S S Biood Builder 25c Glyeern 4 Rose Water, 4 oi.. 35c Calctabs T5c Squihb s Mineral Oil, Pt 98c ._ 19c 20c 59c 35c DR. WESTS ECONOMY TOOTH BRUSH... c Sic Energmt 60c Sal Hepatica — J' .25 Abserbme Jr. 35c M.stol 24c 47c 97c 27c $1.25 NOSE & THROAT ATOMIZER. Oil or Water 87c 75c Kennards Witch Haiel Palmolive Soap 3 for 50c Mentholamm Listerme Large sue 47c 14c 39c 59c ,)0c KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE 33c 50c SS6 for colds Kords Rubbing Alcohol 50c Hinds Honey and Almond Lotion 50c Penetro Salve ________ 3 <C —23c 33c _37c 25c Pt'RETEST PEROXIDE 17c 60c Pompeian Face Powder . I5c Black Draught Vicks Nose Drps _39c _14c _.33c A COAT DESIGN THAT FEELS AT HOME IN THE 'davll AS WELL AS IN * 7*7 ^' C Ac CVoHt ><*' iinininnui ^ o's ottingg THE Ion*, slim, cloaHlttin* evenlnr wrap has become the da...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

i1 KID AY. JANUARY 19, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER Militant Student Movement Arouses • ROTC Advocates Washington—(CNS) — "Down with the R. 0. T. C." as their bat- tle cry and with the name emblai- on«l upon many banners more than 300 students (50 or more colored) recently marched through the streets of Washington to the White House, and demanded that Presi- dent Roosevelt oust the R. 0. T. C. from American colleges. As an outcome of this movement and to counteract the campaign against the Reserve Officers' Train- ing Corps recently launched by the National Student League in Wash- ington, supporters of military train Ing have called a "National R. 0. T. C. Conference," to be held in Washington on January 27. It is iponsored by a group of patriotic Societies which are bent on combat- ing "a combined attack on the R. 0. T. C. by communist, socialist and pacifist organizations." ST. PHILIP'S DRIVE CONTINUES In connection with the drive for St. Philip's Junior College Bishop Capers, Presi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 19 January 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1934. HOMERS HOW TO COOK EGGS MIE no- r *t of •, fo Iftttlnct 1« w ®nU ha hat on : When he cor, rr.r " rrle« • bit U when h.* hangs •am# p< c every nlfht BONERS are actual humorous tid*bit* found in •iiminadon pa* pers, essays, ttc., by tea.hers. An author lost both ?«• A rhor i lies. Caesar re«*< War! for the frllshf?. held a frs rho has i s flfire bating four art: alar re- had accom- Tomper he 1 trlnmrlri Doctor r tnpwnr of A r# nan lenement h den !n hif >lancha 1* the present * small ires a far- i a* i Kgfit. ■e<! hard [•an. uai Til in th«> simple pr a rule with all prot to cook thera at s h as hest toughtDi ai tein f 1 - delicate of th Mpe<-isl care •peak of ♦•**" we de not mi will c< oit har depending up to which the lo the hca* iheil.if •]«>% In a tan • tolling war room teroj the water; ! fhest, mor« needed to a cloaely and u the raits# or 3U mlnur «. cooked, but th and eaa;!> cooked egg r desired, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

Ml oo OUR PA nt Sajw Awtonio register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 43. san antonio, tkxas, FRIDAY. JANUARY 26, 1934. s B 6c PER COPY CITIZENS TO AT CWA CLASSES DOUGLASS JR. Classes In Community Singing, Spelling, Nurse Training And Other Fundamentals Taught DOUGLASS JR. HI SCHOOL n .1 n i scene of much ac- "eath Keveals tivitybetween Wealthv Mans HOURS OF 3:30 & w Cdllliy lTIdll S "#,, M Hidden Secret RALLY Important A. F. OF L. TO TAKE Changes Made CAUSE TO F. D. R. MORE than five hundred Colored citizens flocked out to Douglass Jr. High school to enroll in the evening and night classes being conducted with funds from the CWA. Before class work started 320 en- rolled and selected their lubjects and since the instruction started on Monday, January 16, the num- ber has been increased to more than 500. Despite the inclement weather and the time taken up (or organiza- tion during last week a large num- ber were present each night. The classes are held afternoon and nigh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

PAGE TWO feAN ANTONIO REGISTER fRIDAY, JANUARY. 26, 1934. Austin TVeivs Section Cluiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . Lockkart New) Personal! Mri. Mary Moore, 170S York •venue, is improving M illneaa of aaveral week*. New after Rev. and Mrs. G. W. i>< - andes •f San Antonio were in the city Tuesday visiting friend* and rela tires. , Tht Dragon Basketball aggrega. tion M (pending the week-end at Wiley college where they are to tangle with the Wildcats in a two- (•me series Friday and Saturday. Prof. N. E Banks, head of Pra- irie View college was seen in the «ity last week Messrs. Hur:. Reel •pent last week in H< interest of the tn: e •nrance compary. and Coates iu>ton in the <sl Life In- Sunday was regular pastoralday at the M P Church. S. S. was as usual. At 11 a.m. Elder R. C. Co- rnelius said some very encouraging words. At 8:30 Rev. Byars of Lu- ting preached a powerful sermon. The Church of God S. S. opened on time. Elder R. C. Cornelius, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1984. SAN ANTONTO REGISTER PAGE THREE . Jb 4 ^ Via Sports and School News SPORTS TALK GEORGE L. HOLLAND Wheatley'a lions will play their first bijr jt«me Saturday night whan th y play Prairie View at the Recreation Center. Prairie View is aupposed to have a very good team this year ao maybe we'll ee Wheat- ley pushed. "Dawy" has a surprise In atore for all who turn out. He has finally succeeded in getting his boya dressed up, and do they look good—well, you better come out and see them tomorrow night. • • • Wiley'a invincible Wildcats will he In town next week. The best qulntat in the southwest will play two games at the Recreation cen ter. Among the many stars on the Wildcat'i stellar five are Odell and Patterson of football fame and I've heard they're even better on the hardwood. Ill be there to see. • • • The girls basketball team of Phyllis Wheatley played to a 244- 24 tie with Tillotson college last Saturday. The game was really a moral victory for Wheatley....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

PAGE FOUR s'an avtoVfn rfrTstf'r FRIDAY, JANUARY, 26, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ' A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress PubtUA*d Krtdtjr of Karh Wt#i h? THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS ulfti e ««ti t. Commerce st •Bona cetbedral 1711--H o. Boi 37H ten Antoolo, Tiiu - Mn„r„1 •• eocon.l-cUee merer My t. 1S31, at tae poll utllce at an Mitonlo, Tain under Act ol Maren i, 1J T Vlverttain* riln tunUehed oo request. gtSSt HIPTtON HATES: I rear. WW; S months II : i >c , National Advertuios Mepreeeoieuvee, W. B lltl l.o., cnirafo. Naw tork. " loa \agelea. Rochester nan a Utj aod Laeoe. (iota coast, AMce. er—- ——— 11 VALMO C. BELLINGER. Pr**ident-Treasur*r lk JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary ■ P JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-General Manager Contributing Editor .Contributing Editor The Strong Am of the Gowrnmcnt I J. W. Holland- I L. Walker— J. A. James- .Advertising Manager All na > ma ter an mJ be in our office bT .Vedne 1« tijon to eppew la eurrent Issui N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

friday, january 26, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVK Business Directory Maggie Jones Beauty Shop (■id Arrredited School of Beauty Culture ttt N. Swiaa hi.—Kan Aalaai*. J#«. Garfield trtft Carting lr*n« ltr~Iar«ki Camh II.SI OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Lmartfs Phiraicy 701 S. PINE STREET W. L. Walker Notary Public 1510 E. Houston St. Phone Garfield 0076 W. V. Hurd, D.D.S. 608Vi E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 C. A. GRIFFIN, M.D. GENERAL PRACTITIONER Calli Answered Day or Nifht Office. 207 N. Centre St. Phone Garfield 3971 Rea. 6211 N. New Braunfels Ave. Phona Fannin 7884 ■ Pw^DfhGPAViriG Co ■ Cuero News | Sunday wai pastoral day at Mt. Bethel. Sunday school on time with Superintendent Carrol in charge. During tha day Pastor Jordan de- livarad two soul-stirring sernoni. Quite a faw from Macedonia and Brothera chapel worshipped with them. Tha junior church of the A. M. E. church rendered a program Sunday araninc. Sunday school at Macedonia opened on time with superintendent and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

TAGR SIT Society X X SAW 'ANTOVTO REfiTSTE: Clubs FRIDAY. JANUARY, 2«. 1334. X m Personals L& ^ en** litlituhon HSOMMERS WiGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY B5c PO\D > CREAMS. COLD AND VANISHING 49c 2Sc Cho a*t 50c Baby Per 50c 5-pound P V; r r v Fpfom Salts 17c 19c 33c 3 He 50c I'EPSODENT TOOTH PASTE 36c 3c Phi 3.V Vic 3.">c En# Mirlin 1 21c 24c 24c f'.*c K „ . Mi «tic Crystals .15c HOI SEHOL1) RUBBER GLOVES 1 c M" Pi DR. WESTS TOOTH PASTE. 2 FOR 5ft- Witch Hazel, pint 75c P; Mineral Oil Jmtment Tu 15c 14c 21c 25c 37c 50c 666 (COLDS and CHILLS) 25c Glycerin and Rose Water —— 60c Sal Hcpatica 25c Kleenex — — -34c _19c 47c 18c Ashtray" Ensemble CLEVELAND MINISTER ENTERTAINED Rev. R. A. Low* of Cleveland, Ohio, was dinner guest of Mrs. Cleo Doctrie, daughter of Mn. Armstrong Johnson ,220 North Mesquit* atreet. A four-course din ner was served. After dinner the guests were entertained with music which was enjoyed by the hostess' grandmother, who ha* just passed h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN On The Air Chicago.—Thl« wnk w* find that , the 'Cotton Club Revue" it enter- taining in Milwaukee after a auc- teaiful week'a run at RKO'S Pai- •ca in Chicago. Next week the • •how will be playing in Naahville, •nd may return to the Regal The- ater, Chicago, the following week. While at tha Palace, your scribe Interviewed and renewed acquaint- ance! with the leading perionalitiea •f thet'iow, including Georga Daw. •w Waahlngton, Adelaide Hall, Luclout "Lucky" Millender, Alma Smith, Nlcodemua and members of the Blue Rhythm Band. Had a ■wall time between ihow with "Lucky" and wife . .. Alio chatted *ith Hayes Alvlx, baaa player in tha band; ha formerly played with Earl Hinea' aggregation. The show waa a whirlwind from the opening to the finale. George Pewey Washington'! "The Last Kound Up," Adelaide Hall! •Stormy Weather." and Nicodemus •omics and hia "Hot Cha Rata Ma- •hati" dance, were the highllghta •f tha ihow. Famous Choi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 26 January 1934

PAGE tlGhf SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, JANUARY, 26, 1934. Tillotson College Has Fifty-Third Founder's Day Program Jan. 21 m Auitin, Tex.—(Special). — Wor. •hippmg in Allen Hall, first build "if •rectad for the higher educ - tion of tho Negro wp>: nf the Mia- •iMippi, Tillotson Colleiro com- memorated both the fifty-t>,ir<i an. *i #r arv of iti founding atiil tht "Annual College Day on -"urday, January iilat. "A Short H -t> ry of the School." by Mia, LaFray Mc- acnior. anil a termon on "The Place of Religious Training in the Public Educational Syatem," by Dr. C. W. Ha:., dire r nf We . ley Bible Choir at the t'mveraitjr of Texas, were feature* i f the ob- kcrvance. . Mian Mi-l'all p nted cut that the •ollegr \\tk* founded by Dr. George Jatffr- Tillotson and the A. M. A. Wh«r e i.< pa.«t the age of 70, to ~ to do •ome "g t he r the underprivll. •jed C ; lid ra A« evidence of the faith the ininder- had in the Improve ilit ' the V'gro. she Cited the wn first Tillot-j •on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 February 1934

XRA W« tO OUR PARf Sajw Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS VOL. III.—No. 49. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1934 6c PER COPY ORGANIZE NO CASK DOWN TO GET IN ON CWA Finding Skilled Jobs on CWA Work Garnered by Union Men. St. Louis Negroes Take Steps. ST. LOUIS, Mo.—(ANP) — Charles A. Collier, Jr., in- dustrial secretary of the St. Ixiuis Urban League, has re- vealed that Negro skilled workmen have been definitely •xcluded from CWA jobi in that tity. The policy of the local CWA authorities ia that only union mem- ber! can be employed on CWA jobs, and to that extent Negroes have been barred. In order to meet the situation which has arisen the League has organized an industrial union which will be composed of the various craft units in the building trades especially. Hod carriers and laborers are organised, and a unit of brick masons and a unit of painters have been organised and plans are going ahead to organise carpetners and plasterers. T. Arnold Hill, Acting exec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 February 1934

PAGE TWO «AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1834. : Austin Hews Section I'luiss Wm. Floyd—Samuel Huston College . . . Phone 20093 . . . CHURCHMEN TO TAKE HAND IVrwiitalii. Mr. C. J. Shackles, local insur- , I he Phyllis Hhemlay high school ance agent, whs a pleasant visitor giils basketball team oi* £an An- in ths Alamo city Sunday. tdnio defeated the Ttllotaon Sextet, | .Tfr-30. in a fast-played game Wed- Prof, and Mrs. Ollie Robinson of aesday evening. Temple were seen in the city Sun- ■" 1 | day evening. The Entre Nous Social club of | - - Auitln will he i nthe Alamo City Saturday night t< attend a birth- <t*y party given by Mist Lucy Thompson of that city. Madame Fennell received many Migratulation* when he opened er beautiful Beauty Parlor on An- gelina atreet, jntlv. Mix Dorothy Flemnnng. Kngli}«h teacher of St. Phil! lor college of San Ant' nlo the city last week-end iriend*. Mr. A. E. Williams on Street is able to be on •gain after a short illne.M. Mr. Theo Sott ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 February 1934

.'RIDAT, FEBRUARY 2,1984. «AV 'ANTON'TO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World i. D. ("FAT8") LOWERY Basketball ii in full iwing. "Dav- *y" deserves all the praise that can be heaped upon him for his team is really going placet and doing things. La>t fall It wa« rumored that Lacy and Branch, Huntaville'sj two itar player* were quitting achool to take care of their fam- j ilies. But we j sec that they are still with the Huntsville Tig- ers after play- ing on the same team for the past seven years. But we feel that they are in for a beating from: tha Wheatley Lions this year. The Lions.so far have cleaned up the Prairie View Panthers and the Samuel Huston Dragons. Luck to them. Tonight and tomorrow night ■« will have an opportunity to tee tha Wiley Wildcat prowl, featur- ing "Pat" Patterson who is rated as tha best floor man in the his- tory of the Southwestern basket- ball, but personally we'll put Bow- en of Wheatley against him and believe tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 2 February 1934

-#s ——J.._ ?AGE FOUR 8AN ANTONIO RELISTER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1934 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER ' A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress I'ublltlMd frrtdaf ol fcacb WNk by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Ulft. r *< *', t, loniOMfTt M taaita i.nih«Hlr«l I7J1- f U. B«l 171 San Antonio, Taiat gnt«r*d is second-<iaia matter Mar a. ItUl. at tlaa rua< offlra at bau AntnoM, •xaa, omler Act of March I. 1171 ftUlftfeUllPTIO.N HA I tub: Advertising rate* furnished on request. 1 year. ti.uo; a mootb*. H i bia« « Copy, ba National Adv«r!iain« Mepreaentattvaa, W. H. Atft CoH UUrafa, hi loxk, Laa Anne let. IW Hester Kansas City and Lafos, Uold toast. Africa. VALMO C. BELLINGEK, Pr« idtnt-Tr«a urer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .SwrcUry JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor-Gtneral Manafar J. W. Holland. W L. Walker J. A. J*mei .Contributing Editor _ Contributing Editor .Advertising Manager AU aaoi matter sInhiI* be in our afftee By Aeonearts* noon to appear la correal luur. hrws matte...

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

r RIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER business Directory Mastfe Jones Beauty Shop 1*4 Accredited School af Beauty Culture SH N. IwIm 81.—Rn Aatem«. J*« Garfield Iffl < nrling Inm llt-Bariki C«mb |I4I OUR NEW TELEPHONE Dial Kenwood 6137 Ltoiirii Phiruicy 701 &PINE STREET W. L. Walker Notary Public ISM E. Houston St. Phone Glrfltld 0078 W. V. Hurd. D.D.S. 60814 E. Commerce Cathedral 1802 C. A. GRIFFIN, M.D. general, practitioner Calli Answered Day or Night Office, 207 N. Centre St. Phone Garfield 3971 (t«j. 62« N. New Braunfela Ave. Phone Fannin 7884 Rc . eh. uari. os* —Ol m. ran. MM ntlki ItlH w. CnuMfci at ■ll. 2103 W. Houitoo Street DR. J. R. MOORE obstftbtcal 0PJCMLNT (Child OlrUii lour*: f !J:JU a.m., 1:3t>-/ p.m. Sunday by appointment (Mailing PddrrM) P. O. HoiAli Service Oar or Night ■AM ANTONIO. TUXAS RWUP f.NOPAVING CO 17 • * 1 • iiaik /jti' AISbJ* 50UTVD DEAD ARNOLD, G. O. P. BOS8, FREED IN KILLING Watkln*ville, Ga.—(ANP)— J. w. Arnold, Republican nationa...

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