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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

IMW >■ — —' — - f AGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MARCH 0, 1034. Society as sg Clubs 28 28 Personals (I tfrm* Institution WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ,S0c VICK'S NOSE DROPS 60c Sit* California Syrup of Figs 11.00 Sit* Lactogen 76c Sit* Mead'.« Dextro Maltose — 2Sc Bay*r Aspirin Tablets, 12a 25c Site Penetrn Salv* 50c Boat's Tooth Past* 35c MISTOI - 30c Site Br«mo Quinine —— 1-2 Pound Sup Marlin Majentic Crystals. 60s $1 iX) Sue Ovaltin* 25c Carter's Little Liver Pills _ 50c Lord Baltimore Portfolio — 73c Veraseptol . 0c HINDS HONEY and ALMOND LOTION _ $1.50 Petro-l-agar $ 1.36 (.ua'anteeri Keno Alarm Clocks Reju'ar Kleenex New Wondersoft Kotet 1-Minute. i' 25 Value Thermometer Lavender Shaving Cream. 45c Valu* o0c JAVA RICE FACE POWDER 28c Sue Dr. West'i Tooth Paste, Two Tube 5-Pound Sack Epsom Salts —_____ 50c Value Prophylactic Tooth Brush 25c Size Glycerin and Rose Water 6<ic Site Jad. Condensed Probak Blades. PALMOLIVE SOAP, 3 CAKES 50c Size Aqua ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1984. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN HOLLYWOOD EXTENDS BIG WELCOME TO DUKE ELLINGTON Hollywood, C«l.—(ANP) — To fill >cr««n, thtitre nd night club «oMr«t*, Duk Ellington (n4 hit fimoui bind rriv«d htr« Mondty nomine via Union Pacific. Quito «Mb*rr«Minc to nitlvci of tb* film ctpitol vu th« down pour ef rain which greeted th ' B«eh of modorn ntualc" on hit arrival In tko Land of Qoldtn Sunnhint hut th« Dull* rtllovtd th« situation greatly by dataring in kl> mait plcturta. charming vuica that it waa a nlc« "divarilon." Flr«t appearand of th* band h«r« waa in the Fitata room of tha An- baaaador for tha benefit bridge party of tha Motion Picture Relief fund for which tha amlling Duke volunteered hia aervlcea. The group waa Immadlataly taken to the Paramount atudloa to begin work In Earl CarroH'e "Murder at tha Vanitlai." Thay will be featur. ad alio in forthcoming Mae Wait Ukelele Ladies' Meet brings News In tha meting of tha Ukelele tadiea at whlek Mn. Benie Mi-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 9 March 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH % S934. * PIONEER^ .riuntL White *ii 1A MLOM* WHITE WIN« ^ FLOUR\_J> Sunshine pure in golden wheat Makes a perfect food to eat; Health and strength to you it bring? ' In finest flour PIONEER WHITE WINGS. PIONEER WHITE WINGS FLOUR Manufactured from the finest selected wheat in our up-to-date, steel and concrete daylight flour mill—equipped with most modern machinery that milling ingenuity can build. More than 83 Years' Milling Experience. "II Stewart Brought Here for Burial Clartnc* Nelson Stewart died Feb. 16 at William Beaumont Gen- eral Hospital, Ft. Blisa, His re- main! arrived Tuesday, Feb. 13. Funeral aervices were held Wed- nesday, Feb. 14 at St. James A. M. E. Church. Pall bearers were Rog. er Willrich, Milton Fields, Kldridfe Johns, Charles Leviaon, James Wes. ley, Reedy F. Cantu, Honorary Pall Bearers, Alane Watkins, Or- ville Guilmenot, Lucile Kelley, Ge- neva Diekerion, Lillian Mitchell, I^ovenia Hardaway. Rev. E. M. Bracy,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

MR A Wmimjii ^ □ wi o oun fahY Sat* Ajvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS .NRA *t oo our tA*r VOL. III.—No. 49. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1934. 6c PEK COP* N. Y. CHIEF JUSTICE TO WORK FOR NEGROES IN LABOR UNIONS COMING AGAIN APRIL 25-26-27 The Honorable P. Ker- nochanof the Court School Publication CENTENARIAN of Special Sessions Given High Rating Declares Position In n n . ,c Accepting Leader- By LoluniblH ASS n ship of rban League PASSES AWAY IN KENWOOD Committee. i tlanta. Ga.—(Special)— Mother of Many Fails - * The Scroll, publication of; . D publication the pupils of the Atlanta Uni versity .Laboratory .School, wax Riven third place among New York.—(ANP)-Chicf Jus- tice Frederic Kernoehan of the Court of Spec ml Sessions in ac- , cepting the Chairmanship of th« private high school magazines New York Urban League to which he has just been named, said Thursday night, "If Negro work- ers experience difficulty in joining labor unions, and if the PWA, in making i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

PAGE rwo AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1934. ioLkJjarr Newi San Angelo News Del R to Newj Mrs. Nellie Wilson is confined to her bed for several weeks. Mrs. Hannah Greenbery died March 12. M v K. Ussery has gone to Luling in spend two weeks with her daughter and son-in-law. Miss Erma (trad tog in Lockhart for an indefinite stay. Mr. L. M. Hatcher is on the sTck list. Mr. J. W, Reynold** is here on fraternal business. Mrs. Robert Braden who has been ill for some time is improving nicely, 'fttolvjn Harbeit has bought a new car Sunday was a high day at the First Baptiat Church. Sunday School opened at t Pastor Thomas rev it which created mucl M :40 a. m. the past .ju>piring sermon. "ftistoms of Jesus.'* Taylor New Services were all churches. M .Thomas made a day evening ace I B. Johnson, M Mr. Franklin Willia Fadie Murray. The At St. Paul Baptist Church Sun- day at 11 a. m. Pastor Minor spoke out of his heart to a waiting con- gregation. At 8 p.m. Pastor Short jrought his mem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 1C, 1034. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE A A Sports and St r School News Gleanings From the Sports World Well, th« basketball season is gradually drawing to a close with the most successful season locally the bisketecrs have ever experi enced. Especially the local Phyl- lis Wheatley quintet who lost only two games out of a very difficult schedule. They have really made basketball a local favorite sport. • • • Indoor track la coming to a grand finale with the out- door a e a • o n right at hand. Our group is represented by some outstand- ing track men this season. John- son of Columbia, Spencer of Gen- eva, Metcalfe, the peer of them all, of Marueqttc, Ward of Michigan, who won three first places in the Big Ten Indoor Meet, Owens of Ohio Stat! and our local pride, Jimmie LuValle of U CAA, the whole Pacific Coast is agog over l.uValle's performances, hailing him a* the greatest 220 and 440 yard dash man on the coast, pre- dicting his crashing the world's records in both...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

PAGE FOUR <SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1084. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dtdicatcd to Right, Justice and Progress Pubiutai Friday ol hacb Wacfc by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Office M0V* t OMDB'rv* kt Cathedral 1721—F. U. «i J7> San An toot«. Iasaa tjirrto at Mcuodilaw matter May k, IWI, at ibi po*i offlcc at San Antoaio, Tuut, ondrr Act of Mann X 1S7V \i|*rrti«.na rates furoHhetj on request •UiiZjHIPTlOf* NATIfS: 1 *#ar ClM; • montlit HJI; Slnfr i^yy. S National Adaariiaiot H*preaaniatt « vn b /.if! 14., diK-ago, Nr tarfc, Im AnaHea R toe unui Ltty and i<a* a l#ofc) Coast Africa VALMO C. BELLlNGEh. Preeident-Trtasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Managsr J. A JtmCS J. W. Holland, W. L. Walker— _AiU«rtismg Manager .Contributing Editor —Contributing Editor All >r.at1«r ifr'ald k« In oar Wflc hf ArilOMdar ouob to irpnr Mi cmrtrmt Uaue >'• > ma'trr nmat too plainly arttten a ad on only no# tide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PACE FIVE Dr. Fred Palmer Truth About Offers Important Lightening Hint Tells How Thousands Upon Thousand* Arc Bleaching Skin Quickly and Clearing Away Ugly Disfiguring Or- dinary Blemished. "It if not enough," *y an emi- nent specialist, "to depend entirely en * cream to whiten and brighten the akin. On* muit do more. One mint wash regularly with a special type soap that contain* certain In- gredient* especially created to lighten even the darkest of com- plexion*." On* of the beat known and most widely usad complete skin whiten- ing treatmenta ia known ns Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whitaner Snap, whose advertisements appear weekly in thia paper. While won- derfal results have been reported from use of either the Whitener Ointment or the Whitener Soap al"ne, it stands to reason that by a regular and conaistent use of both the Dr. Fred Palmer discoveries you will see double th# results in half the time. Dr. Fred Palmer's Skin Whiten- er (ointm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

fAGE SIX SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1934. -- Personals X X S CIMbmt Institution WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY .69c C. S. 0. 33c and ..... ..... 25c Segal Blades 00c Mutol _ 1.00 Marmola Tabs 45c Kords Alcohol 17c PREP, 3 jars for .....50c 2 c _«7c . 88c 50c Triple Star Mineral Oil, pints 75c Mi 31 Solution, pint 60c Buodol 35c Wks Salve .36c _49c _42c J4c 25c DR. W EST'S TOOTH PASTE, 2 tubes for 25c 25r Black Draught . Listerine, Large Sue Furetest Aspirin 14c ...59c ...47c 25c GLYCERIN & ROSE WATER 17c Salomint Paste 35c Ender, Blade* 35c 1 Lb. Dr. Hills Borated Talc 60c J.VI) SALTS, Condensed . 31c 24c 23c 47c 50c Noxema Cream ..... 50c 1 Lb. Psyllium .. 50c Flit. Pints $1.00 ASTRINGOSOL 25c Sol. Citrate Magnesia .. ... 17c 50c Prophylactic Tooth Brush 39c 25c Rexall Milk of -la Tooth Paste 17c 36c 37c m XTK J o'g atting* 4 J Stewardesses Hold Meet The St. Paul M. E. Church's ¥ Stewardess Beard met with Mr*. * H. S. Jones, 903 Wtst Ashby Street a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

FRIDAY. MARCH 16, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN Butter Kiub t * Flavor-Rite' I Jdiiitke Apot iiyht/ • of pvpniav ftwol / ftitk«new bread untk. MORE PROTEIN-LESS STARCH, «n<l it Ivw a distinctive flavor **4 uikolcioi^e qoo&YfM iatiaKcs In to bine atii ulk.it e ckee^ered Wrapper, FLAVOR-RITE invite* H°*r ^(lection, for a n.cu> bmd-tastc ,K"11 "RicKter's jAui^Htonioi'MM Mncc 1662 .lolly Pals Social Club The club met at the home of Mr*. Addle Tillis, 1915 West Travis Street. The meeting was called to order by the president at the regu- lar hour. A short business session was held. A delicious menu was served by the hostess. Guests were Miss B. Houston. Mr. F. Dun- nam and W. Booker. Next meet- ing will be with C. H. Taylor. Sister Dies in Laredo DOES THESE 3 AMAZING THINGS OR MONEY BACK Makes Skin Lighter Over Night 8km become* lovely ahade* lighter between night and morn in«. ttmply by uaing the famous i Dr. Fred Palmar e SKIN WHJT INER Otntment It Ktl on the s d ' - i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 16 March 1934

PAGE EIGHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MARCH It, 1*34. Credit b. ( iVofilV V Use Our Terms k To Pay We are sharing Greater Profits with Our Customers during this Siilo — Get your Share of them. EXTRA SPECIALS! PULL UP CHAIRS UNUSUAL VALUES SALE PRICES Start at We have assembled a group of chairs all at special low prices. Others at $4.85. $5.95. $8.95, $9.85. }£45«c k-«™50C£ EXTRA! 3 Piece Imported Tea Sets Te* Pot, Susr r and Creamer S4le 49 c Price _ Cash and Carry Douglass Junior School Notes CALIFORNIA WOMAN DIES Forty-four children worked their way to the Honor roll at the close of the fint quarter of the Spring tem. The assembly program was turned orer entirety to them, spon- sored by Mrs. Inge. Tt proved quite entertaining. The choral club added a touch of real culture and training, Sara Elizabeth Carter announced the numbers and com- posers. Mrs. Benson in charge. The rochestra has reached that stage of training where it ii a part of every assembly program. You are missing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

F our th Semi'Annual Cooking School & Bazaar April 25; 26 27th Library Auditorium San Antonio Register RIGHT • fUSTICE • PROGRESS «koo ou* e VOL III.—No. 50. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, .MARCH 2o, 1934 5c PEIi COPJf IUDGE RECESSES COURT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO WOMAN Of Juvenile Court PUBLISHER'S BROTHER STICKS TO STORY Brown Jumps When Political Craft Sinks lip, user Chicago.—(ANP) Edgar G. Brown, politician, tenia player, newspaper man and orator, was thrown out of the race for com- mitteeman of the second ward on the Democratic ticket, due it was said, to faulty nominating peti- tions he had filed. instead Mr. Brown baa changed and hat announeed his candidacy for the U. S. Congressional seat now held by Oscar DePriest. Mr. Brown's platform, in some respects, is a reiteration of the de- sires bf Robert S. Abbott, publish- er of the Chicago Defender, inas- much as he is demanding a Negro associate justice of the Supreme court. He also is including in his platform certain ideas of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

PACE TWO 8AN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 15)34. San Angelo News St. Paul B. C. The cold weather kept a few from the servient. In the content Just closed in the Mc- Norton circle. Mrs. Mary Vensoi was the winner. Her group was banquettet! at the cafeteria. Mr*. Killie Bell is fastly recov- ering from a very severe case of flu. Mrs. t . Slater has b**en in for eevtrral days betauM1 of illstaa* Brownwood Services at all churches were well attended Sunday despite the inclement weather with all paetors and officers at their posts of duty. The Ministerial Alliance met at Little Zion Baptist church last Sunday with Rev. C. C. Hammond of Lee Chapel A. M. K. delivering Pope Celebrates Coronation Anniversary pori PIC8 XI and the Vatt- 1 can clergy are here teen at mass In the Slsttn* chaiel eel* tratlof the thirteenth anniversary of the coronation of the holy fa- ther. their daughter a birthday pa 1 e cream and cake were seiv to about 20 children. Sen ces were well attended day. Pastor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 2.1, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE Sports and School News SPORTS TALK GEO. L. HOLLAND Jesse Owens Negro track star t Ohio U. tied the world's rccord for the 60 yd. dash last Saturday night. The time was 6.2 sec. This is Owens second major start and his second record pertormance. The 60 yd. mark was set by Metculte the Marquette U. track wizard in '32 and hasn't been equaled by anyone up until Owens came along. Watch for this boy in the next Olympics. I * * • It's time we gave Miss Fannie Lou Henderson some of the credit, that is due her. Miss Henderson is, I as you know, coach of the Camp- fire (iirls basketball team, cham- pions of 1933, and contenders for i this year's title. It has been thru j the work of this young lady that j this group of fine girls has risen | from the ranks to the city cham- pions of last year. We join the mul- titude in giving Miss Henderson a flock of rousing cheers for her in- j ipiring work. Carry on lady. • • • Add another mileston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

4M I UtU SAN ANION R KvilSTR R KRIDAY, MARCH 23. 1034- EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress Fubllftbtd Friday el bach Wrrfc by THE REGISTER PUBLISHERS Uiflc# * i-onirariv# ftt .*fcooa Cathadral 173I--K U Hot J7I ten Antonio. Inn tntrrm as *won4-<laaa maitrr Ma> ft, tttl. at tOa peat offlc* at San \otonio, Ta&at. UDdrr Kei ot Marcn S, l*/y A.ltertiam* ratet fumtalini ou rrqurtt. WMUUPTIIIK HATMlI I year. U.uj; t> tnon«i II ; Stogie t.opj. Sc National Ad«*rtinni Hr(irfN iati«n, v\ b Zifi to, i Quaf. Sem tork, \ngelet Rochester hinut City «nu t.a« « irol.i i <«aat. Airtca VALMO U. BELLINGER, President-Treasurer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager .—Advertising Manager Contributing Editor Contributing Editor J. A. Jame J. TV. Holland- W. L Walker— AU nawa matlar tboulJ be la our offkr Lj .w.inndaj nuae to appear la current laaur New* matter iiiuat Km plaint? arlftrn and o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

friday, march 23, 1934 a a n antonio register PAGE PTVF. Yoakum News Sunday School on time at Beth- tlder. Kev. H. H. Smith preached three upland id aermona Sunday. The vititori at Bethelder were: Mrs. McJamiaon, Jewel Armstead, A Caviel, and Miss Alfreda i'leaaant. John Armstead and daughter, Effie Mae and aon Jewel spent Saturday Afternoon in Cuero on bufinesa. A. C. Lemons and Johnnie B. Lemona were visitora int he Arm- atead home Sunday. Thoae on the alck Hit include: Mrs. Ophelia Spencer, Lee Johnaon •ml Mrs. Callie Pleasant. Rev. M. H. Smith ate dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Armatead Sunday. Port Lavaca News No Sunday School on account of Inclement weather. Sunday night B. T. S. opened with a fefc pres- ent. Little Lennii Brown celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday. 20 tota were preacnt. A delicious menu was served. Mr. and Mra. Ralph Kitcheh motored to Houston Monday and returned Tueaday. Mra. Cloma and Mrs. Phoebe Bellfield, Miss Mamie Bellfield, and Karl Williams...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

i age six san antonio REGiSTER FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1034- Personals H K m X Qfkmt Intlituhen M5 WAGNERS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY TREASURE BEAUTY CLAY ... 90c William's Shaving Cream with Aqua Velva Fret 26c 60c Phillip's Milk of Marietta Mazda Light Globes, 6 for— . '*08 SOc Java Rice Powder 86c 5<V Yeast Foam Tablets — 3<* ll)c RI BBING ALCOHOL Pints 16c 60c Non Spi rtoc Bitodol — 1.00 Ovaltlne SOc Ipana Tooth Piste 1.00 Golden Peacock Cleansing Cream 47c 42c 6!>c 3'Jc 69c 10c LIFEBUOY SOAP, 2 cakes 11c 50c Parlin Shaving Cream 1.25 Alarm Clocks — —— 1.00 Congress Playing Cards — 50c Midol Tablets ■ ■ - 50c Noxeme Cream — 100' - Ant Killer 31c 94c 57c 36c 36c 29c MAJESTIC MINERAL WATER CRYSTALS 69c 60c Pint Witch Hazvl Northern TisfftM Paper _ ,')Oc Klenio Shaving Cream — Toe Pullman Hair Brash 96c Vtek's Sftlti C. s. u. 36c Z 2Jc 49c 24c 33c and 57c LARGE SIZE LISTER! NE :>9c 50c Prep, for easy shaving. 3 for 25c Anacin Tablet? — 5 Pound sack Epsom Salts „...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 23,1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN ODD THINGS AND NEW—By Lame Bode Changing jobs- The labor turnover in the U S reaches 250% A VEAR 40,000,000 WORKERS being FlREO ANO rehired 2'/t TIMES each vear \*rt & \? Egos hardy/ Weevils in grain "S STOREO IN ELEVATORS CAN M KILLED BY RADIO WAVES, BUT WITHIN A CEW DAYS OORMANT UNAFFECTED BOOS hatch out new WEEVILS. Ship to air - Catapulting planes FROM SHIPS saves TWO OAYS IN transporting fast Atlantic mail1 will present bronze beits A colorful pageant, "Down Pe- tit Coat Lane," depicting the fash- ions of 1934 will be presented at Library Auditorium on the night of March 29th, at 8:30 p.m. The swing of soft music, special dance features and two female imper- sonators, will add to the interest and charm of the occasion. Don't miss. it. Auspices Y. W. C. A. Health Education Committee. On The Air Chicago, III.—1 am not so sure that a tremendous outburst of printed criticism is always the best way to get results. Two or thre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 23 March 1934

page eight <JAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 9, if34. THE 3R0NZE BEAUTIES In Second Annual Pre-Easter FASHION REVIEW l.ibrarjr Auditorium. Thursday Nile March 29th, 8:30 o'clock. Beautiful Music. Sprrial Rhythm Numbers. Two Female Impersonators. Aua- fpices Y. W. C. A. Health Eduea- tion Committer. ADMISSION 15c ZION STAR BAPTIST IHt'BCH Sunday school opened at 9:40 with Superintenddent Pnllc and his staff of teacherj at their posts of duty. At 11 a. m. Pastor Graham came to ns with • burning mes- sage. Laymens' league al 5 p. m.. President G. Speaker. B. T. S. at 7 p. m. conducted by President A. Prince. Pastor Graham preached anoth- er wonderful message at night tjuite a few people from here at- tended the funeral of Mrs. C. L. Cooper at Yoakum. Mrs. Cooper was a sister to Rev. Graham. Rev. A. L. Roach of Houston it in the Stty on business. Sell Bishop Jones' Holdings At Forced Sale GRANT MEMORIAL A. M. E. CHL'RCH Rev. R. T. Thomas, paator. Sunday school opened at 9:30 a. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

*1 DO Otm PAOf Sajst Atvtojvio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS ii VOL. Ill—No. 51 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1934 6c PEK COPV College President Will Attend Conference! Walter White on FOUR MORE BIG FIRMS — Austin, Texaa.—(Special)—Pres- ident Mary E. Branch of Tillotaon college, has accepted an invitation to be present at the inauguration of Dr. Bueli Gordon Gallagher as the aixth president of Talladega college, to be held at Talladega, Ala., on April 3 and 4. The gath- ering promises to be an event of outstanding significance for all persona concerned with the higher education of Negroes. In connection with the inaugura- tion exercises, there it to be a conference, the general theme of I which will be "The Function of the i Negro Liberal Arts College in the 8ocial Process." Several nationally known educa- tional specialists, publicists, and representatives of educational boards are to take part in the pro- ceedings. Among the speakers will be Dr. John H. Kinley, asso...

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