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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

cage two SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934. PALESTINE The churches haven't attended f>>r the past two weeks. Rev, F. D. Sunder*, evangelist of Houston, has been conducting a revival at Grant's Memorial A. M. E. church. Rev. J. F. Baker, pastor of Mt. Vernon A. M. E. was supposed to have preached thi Eastern Star Sermon Sunday. The Hi "Y" cluh, a unit of Lin- rWn high school, sent two delegates in the older boys' conference in Beaumont. The delegates wtro Newel Ka. ley and Lucilious Fisher San Angelo News llallettsville ough Th< port. The Lincoln hii team was defeat score 17-15. Charlie Moslev ing with a mash Mattie Pavis has Dallas where she with her son. J. T on tht sick list hunted on one day at the M. fine. The K. s>a postpone a g' od re- basket ball y Malnkoff. has been suffer- fd finger. Mrs. returned from spent some time . Smith has been Ben Tillis who has ilde of his fare FrU P. shops is doing P. lodge sermon undav becau<e of rain. Mrs. Lillie MeMeans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

rnmAV. march 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE School News WHEATLEY LIONS WIN STATE BASKET CHAMPIONSHIP Davenport's Quint Fight Way To Victory Against Much Keen Competition GEORGE I.. HOLLAND, Staff Correspondent W/ITH the rapid-fire shots of the Wheatley Basketeers ring- " ins: in their ears and the cheers of the fans resounding ail ■round them for their gallant stand against the attack of a superhuman Wheatley team the great Huntsville Tigers went jown 34 to 36 before the onslaught of a still greater team, the Wheatley Lions of San Antonio. Calling upon all the bas- ket hall lore in their possession in an effort to stem the on- rushing Wheatley tide the Huntsville Tigers fell short of vic- tory by two little points- Playing like the champions they are the Lions of Wheatley were not to be denied and at half time held a seven-point lead, 19-12. At the start of the second half the Tigers ascended to heights never reached before by a high school basket ball team. Their backs to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

fAbfc, KOLK SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 1934. EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress 1'ubliibetJ hriUay ol bub Week by THE fitGISTER PUBLISHERS Office Sug'fc fc Commerce *1 'fcone Cathedral 1721--F o Boa J7X ten ABlonlo, (tin All Eyes Focused on Congress t DttrM u Mi-oDd-ciaM niltn May t. Ittll, at to# putt utnc at ten Antonio. 1 r taa, un«ier Ac! ol MarrB 3. IS?V A i**rtlsina rilN furnisHed on request. Sl'SilCRIPTIO.N HA I KS: 1 year fcf.fO; • ni<>mh« II S&; Single Copy, be National MtaftHIIH M^IWlUlK, \> H /III Co. Chicago Ne« ^ork. Iii« \ng?les R<vbf ttr Hamas Ctty tn.l Cago* i.oin «oant AHioa VALMO C. BELLI NGEK, Preeident-Treaanrer JOSEPHINE 0. CRAWFORD .Secretary JASPER T. DUNCAN, Editor-General Manager J. A. Jamei J. W. Holland. W u Walker _ Advertising Manager . Contributing Editor . .Contributing Editor AII oe«M rattier should be In our office r y Aetineartaj nooo to appear In current Is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

f KIUAJf, MARCH 30, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVK Yoakum News Sunday School on time at Beth- rider. Ilov. B. H. Smith preached three splendid aermon* Sunday. The viiitors at Bethelder were: Mm. MeJnmison, Jewel Armstead, C. C. Cavial, and Min AKreda Pleasant. John ArmiUad and daughter, Kf fie Mae and son Jewel spent Saturday afternoon in Cuaro on business. A. C. Lemons and Johnnie B. I.emona wera visitors Int he Arm- atead homa Sunday. Thoaa on tha sick list include: Mrs. Ophelia Spencer, Lee Johnson and Mrs. Callie Pleasant. Rev. M. H. Smith at* dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Armstead Sunday. Port Lavaca News No Sunday School on account of Inclement weather. Sunday night B. T. S. opened with a few pres- ent. Little Lannis Brown celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday. 20 tots were present. A delicious menu was aerved. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kitchen motored to tfouston Monday and returned Tueaday. Mrs. Cloma and Mrs. Phoebe Bellfleld, Miss Mamia Bellfield, and Earl Willia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

T AGE SIX SAN ANTONTO REGISTER PKIUAY, MARCH 30, 1M4. Clubs Personals M H H H WSOMMERS ^ZJ) W4GNCRS SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ENDERS 35<; BLADES ! c SquibbV $1 Adex Tablets — Yeast, IroniMd, $1 Sizr Jad SalU, 60c Condensed ——— Cascarets. 25c Site Bor.ki ra, $1.00 Siie BOST S 50c TOOTH PASTE Tooth Brushes. H5c Value Prophylactic Tooth Brush Fitch'a 75c D. R. Shampoo Veraseptol, 75c Sue . Enerfine, 35c Sue ■ BICYCLE 50c PLAYING CARDS IrrnraiiT, $1.25 Complete Knamelware _ Atnmizer, (1.25, for Oil, Water Feenamint, 25c Site Pepstxient, 50c Tooth Paste Re-, e.aticn 35c Tooth Powder 89e 77c 47c 19c 89c 33c l c .39c .89c ..57c 21c 42c 87c . fc7c . l«c . 33c 24c LIFEBUOY 10« SOAP. 2 CAKES Brnmo Quinine Tablets, 30c Vick's .")0c Nose Drops Luxor 50c Face Powder, Perfume Free Pond's fi5c Cold Cream - Absorbine Jr., $1,25 Size _ — SALTS. 50c EPSOM. 5-POl'ND SACK 33c 11c 19c 34c 43c 49c 89c Scholl's 34c C«rn Pads Mi.-tol, 35< >'ize Witch Hazel. fiOc Pint Cystex. 75c Siz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN On The Air By CHARLES ISAAC BOWEN Chicago. — (ANP) — Thomti *Fnts" Waller, popular eatortainer, Whose talent is equally divided be- tween composing, piano and organ rental, and vocaliiing, made hit debut on the Columbus network last Wednesday morning, and will be heard on the network every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday •veningK. Something unusual for our artiste, also, is that he will do his own announcing. We can proudly boast of having "wowed 'em in" at night clubs and theater in New York, Berlin, Vian- na, London, Monte Carlo and Paris. He has written such tunes as "Ain't Mis Behavin'," "Keeping Out of Mischief Now" and many other* as vell-known. Waller, large, good- ■atured, with an infectious smile, and pleasing personality, was borri in New York. The Mills Brothers will appear In a movie with Ted Fio Rito and Dick Powell titled "Rhythm in the Air" . . . And Duke Ellington and his famous band has been signed to do a headl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 30 March 1934

PAGE ETGHT SAN ANTONIO KKGISTER ITIIDAY, MARCH «•, W.U SUTTON CP MORTICIANS The Hou« of Satisfactory S rvio« 601 N. CENTER STREET RARF1ELD.7S1!—7312—2.">46 ®T. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH Rev. E. M. Brier), pastor. Services at St. James were good •II tlay. Sunday school opened at p:30 a. m. with Mrs. L. A. Alex- ander at her post. At 11 a. m. preaching by Rev. H. A. Carr, pre- siding elder of Waco District and dean of theology, Paul Quinn col- lege. At 7:30 our pastor preached a noble sermon. Easter Sunday is approaching and the different clubs boards, courts and seasons are asked to do their part in the rally. A great week of fun will begin Monday night with a carnival on <he church lawn. Sunday morning the Resurrection sermon will be alelivered by the pastor at dawn •f day. At 3 p. m. "The Living Christ" will be staged by the Sun- day school and at 8 p. m. the Eas- ter pageant sponsored by Mrs. R. J, Bracey. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. T. H. Robinaon. paator. The sudden cold spel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

Sat* Atxtotxio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS WI BO ObK FA«f VOL. III.—No. 52 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL C, 1934 6c PLK COl1* PARADESCOLORED MAN JAILED LECTURES WHO SLEW Y0UNGBL00D ON HEALTH PROGRAM Dr. J. W. Brown, Slate Health Officer To Be Main Speak- er Sunday Eugene Fields Charged with Having Unli- censed Revolver and Shooting of Deputy Sheriff as Aftermath of Dramatic Slay- ing of Dillinger's Pal. |)ORT HURON, Mich.—(ANP)—Investigation of the slay- ■ ing last week of Herbert Youngblood. notorious despera- do of Gary, who escaped from Crown Point jail with John Dillinger. has resulted in the arrest and arraignment of Eu- gene Fields, hero of last week's gun battle that resulted in the Dillinger pal's death. • Fields is being charged with having an unlicensed revolver in his possession and the shooting | of the whit, deputy sheriff. The' purse Snatcher Shot white man whom Fields claims sold him the revolver has been sentenc. ed to 60 days in the county jail. Fields s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

PAGE TWO SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 1934 Mallettsvillc «ta> X9A Mat M rr° The young people of the M. B. church rendered a p.ogram Sur>- nifCht. Collection for the day iU.JU. PlcaaAnt Uill Baptist h rendered a wonderful pro- n under the direction of Mi«s Prince. The women of the E. church rerdered a splendid m K nday night. After the spelling match was held. Mr. Victor Washington represented Samuel Huston and Mr Freddie Payne icpresented Prairie View. •Mi Wellington's side won. | I he married men played ball «. unst the single men KrtJay. fr*. re-* were 7-tf in favor of the •lirtgli men. I T. A. met at the Kkool Fri- i' i n an interesting seaaion. Mr. 1 Barns arid Mrs. Morton motored t Kenedy on business. Mr. Richard * nway, Shclvy Hall. K1 r oy Swings. A. B. Kice and Comine ! -ngs motored to Cuero on bun- r- — Miss Elsie King i« visiting relatives. Mu Lottie Kay Goode is home a gain. Her school cloned Fri* <u> Mr. Freddie Payne and Mis* Hs-fee Williams were vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

FRIDAY, APRIL! 6,1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER fAGE THREE. Sports and School News Gleanings From the Sports World We hive learned that Patterson •nd Bowen made the All State first team selected in Dallas at the state tournament. Taylor made the •econd team and Blocker, Ussery and Priestley made honorable men- tion. Quite a group for Phyllis W h e a tley of San Antonio to place in an All Star east. May they carry their honors lightly and strive to reach further heights on both sports and life. We hope that these fine boys will only make this the beginning. But we don't believe much in all- atar teams because quite often the vital players are started by one who does not happen to be in the apotlight. We know that Big Red Stewart and Walter White both bore a yeoman's share in the eham- pionship flight. They much come in for their share of praise. • • • The Padre's youngsters are not jret ready for the fast Texas lea- gue. They are being kicked and cuffed around by too many semi- pro and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

Mi FACE FOUR SAN ANTONIO I1STP.R FRIDAY, APRIL «, 1984 EDITORIALS AND FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Rtijht, Justice and Progress PUBUSHCO FfllDAV O* I AC H W I IK •* TMK RKQISTKR PUBLISHING COMPANY VALMO C BELLINGER P«liiDINT.TR«AtU*UI OSEPHINE O. CRAWFORD. Sccretarv GlNflftAL Manage* office ece'-. l commtuct r PHONl CATHCOMAL 1711- O 00A 174 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS A* SECOND CLASS MATTEL MAV B <§3' AT THE WST O* * CE A' SAN ANTONIO T|KA UNDER ACT OF MARCH < ' S7i ADVERTISING e*TES FURNISHED ON REQUEST SoSfCRiOTiON RATES 1 \E*R fl 00 « MONTHS, fl 29. SINGLE COPY Jc NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES w B Z'FP CO CHICAGO NEW YORK. LOS ANGCLEb ROCHESTER KANSAS C T> ANO LAGOS GOLO COAST AFRICA JASPER T. DUNCAN. Editor Uncle Sam, Business Man J A. JAMES J W. HOLLAND- VV. L. WALKER ^advertising manager .Contributing Editor -Contributing Editor ALL NEWS MATTER SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE BY WEDNESDAY NOON *9 APPEAR IN CURRENT ISSUE NEWS MATTER M ST BE PlA-NL>...

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

FRIDAY, APRIU 6,1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVF JL "THE DONOVAN AFFAIR" READY FOR PRESENTATION After 8 weeks of Intensive re- h ar al during which time the pliy has been caat irwi rec.it several time* In order to (It the belt tc- torn into the variou. parti, the (rest myiury melodrama, "The Donovan Affair," U ready for iti first showing at the Douglau Au- ditorium en next Monday night un- der the auiplcei of the local chap- ter of the Delta Sigma Theta so- rority. The three-act production hat a ea t of IS talented and well trained actors who will portray the varioui roles in the Donovan Affair in such a way that the uiual amateur fla- vor will be entirely lacking. The dapper Prof. Donovan owns • myaterloui finger ring which is reputed to have a peculiar sparkle in the darknen and possesses the uncanny power of attracting the af- fection! ef any woman who puti It on. At • party in the Donovan home the I'ueiti are eager to tee the ring emit Its itrengc light. The room ii plunged ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

T MMM ' TAGE Sn SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, ArRIL fl, 1034 Personals K X Si s NOW IN PROGRESS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY L AST DAYS e/fcaUL The Bargain! you arf offered during this One-Cent Sal* are to exceptional that they call for an explanation. The One*Cent Sale it an advertitipf event. It it intended to thow you in a way that you will not forget the extraordinary quality and merit of Rexall merchandise. For the four dayt of th a tale, the manufac* turer't lott it your gain. You get full-sited package* You get ttandard quality merchan* disc. And you get two pacLaget for the price of one plut one cent. All in order to thow you that Rexall merchandite will pleate you. Profit! are sacrificed to make new friends for the Sommera-Wagners Retail Drug Storea, exclusive distribu- ters for Rexall goods. Q homt /n thiutien SOMMERS Alio Wagner Drug Store A/ Jy Koutton St. at Broad'vay Sodality of Mnry Immaculate Easter Sunday, member? of the Sodality race V(4 n* !y communion 1 in • body. Quite a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

FRIDAY, APRILI 6,1934. SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE SEVEN NEGRO WAR FILM TO BE RELEASED THIS MONTH IVKW ^ ORK—(ANI')—A motion picture dealinff graphical- 11 ly with the work of Negro troops in the World War is now in production and will be released early in April, it was announced this week. The picture, which will contain many shots taken during the great conflict bv the U. S. Signal Corps, will he titled. "The Unknown Soldier Speaks." While many films dealing with the subject of war have been produced during the pant f«w years, none has yet shown in any detail the tremendous part played by colored troops stationed along the Western front. This the new photoplay will attempt to do. Its announced purpose will be to com- pare the present situation, with Us unrest and rumbling of war, with the situation which immediately preceded the great world conflict, and to show the significance of the aocinl and nationalisitlc movements of today as compared with the same movements of 1914. Unique i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 6 April 1934

www PAGl fc'KHT SAN ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRTTj 1934 C TRAINING TO BATTLE FOR CHURCH RefuLrio Ffuer young men have been seeking tie ministry as * calling during the past few years, but the above nolp "f itudents at Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, X. ('. who are training for the ( hristian Ministry, seems to indicate gro«ing interest in the church on the part of the coming generation. "1"'n So °^ -hue ...ViinS I n4 V V PENETRO THE MUTTON SUET SALVE AUTOMOBILE FRFE FVFRY WEFK Tun* in Vinccrc L«P t Profjrim NB« W dn d«v '• r ** ' r m , LS i Second Baptist Usher Board The membc friends of Sec- ond Baptist ch. 1 joined together in one of the first socials of the ^ason, sponsored by the Usher ard. The place was the home of !r. an«l Mrs. A. L. Lewis on We<l- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. Blackson. both members of the board held open house for the en- tire membership of Second Bap- tist Flatter Sunday from 3 until 6 p. m. Mt. Pilgrim S. S. opened at the usual hour. Supt. Er...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 April 1934

Sajv Atvto~nio Register RIGHT • JUSTICE • PROGRESS B VOL. IV.—No. 1 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APKIL 13, 1934 6c PEK COPY BIG DAMAGE SUIT BLOWS UP EXCITEKENT MM IS P0l£TS ffilCE MltS ■wteiSaSSSS'wi m Colored Knights of Pythias Max Evers Sent Husband, Wife To Hospital By Go Thru Window Bullet Wounds In Scuffle Surprised Man Falls To Ground Wounded As He Leaves Neighbor's Home St. Louia, Mo.—(ANP)—A scuf- fIf between John Maxwell and his wife, Alberta, during which she threw boiling water on him, ended when both fell out of the window rpwo bullets fired from a at their flat, 225-a South Jefferson A pistol allegedly in the hands «venue, last Wednesday night, of a woman by the name of pirk"' u on the ,idew,lk 20 fMt A. C. Sanford, sent Max Evers 39-year-old rrsident of Blue Bonnet street to the hospital. wounded in the abdomen, Monday night of this week. Evers, well known locally, had enly recently moved to 118 Blue Bonnet street, and had visited the home of a neighbor seeking the use ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 April 1934

PAtiE rwo 0 A N ANTONIO REGISTER FRIDAY, APRIL 18. I'M. Ilallettsvillr Sunday School was well attended at Plea.-ant Hill Church. B. V. P. I at the usual hour. Mr. Richard Oneway UOftlt a beautiful lemon, 'i ii. bupl giwn by HMm Chapel M. E. Choir Thursday night wa* wonderfully attended. Mr. I t«tf nee E. Wa.Hhint(U n( president and hi co-worker* left nothing un- done to make it a tucCMf. Mr. and Mr*. N ictor Washington are taking • - Mthn pan in the M. E. church. The remains of little J. (.'. Foley •on of Mr. and Mra. Anbury Foley • ho died in Houston, April 7 ar- med Sunday night and were buried lr tiood Hope Cemetery Monday. 'I he Hoi ton Undertaking Company had charge of the funeral here. He va« 7 yearn old. he P. T. A, planning a btg V.'th celebration. Mr. D. Patchman has been very ill is much im- i loved. Mrs. Pearl Shelton is much better now, Pn f. 11. Stephens and v . of Brown Chapel weie in the t v Saturday. *. Rfv. Robcrson. pu.^tor of the A. 1.. Wimbish of Cucro returned h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 April 1934

FRIDAY. APRIL 13, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE THREE School News Sports and negroes win awards in culbertson bridge olympic Roanoke, V*.—(ANP) — Theiplc of February. The two were panics of T. It. P*rker, principal of (awarded the north-aouth honors for Addison high school here and Dr. the state of Virginia. The cham- W. P. Yancey, local physician, are pions are both member* of the Tri- c ntalned in Kly Culbertaon'a Na- tional Bridge Association announce- ment of world champions and state winners in the World Bridge Olym- City Bridge Association composed of bridge lovers of Roanoke, Lynchburg and Bluefield and play the Culbertson system exclusively. Bishop College Gives $18.90 To lc-a-Ncgro Fund New York.—The National As o- fix t ion (or the Advancement of Colored People has juat received a check for $18.90 from J. V. An- d< rnon, bu.sine«h niannger of Bish- op College, Marshall, Texas, as that Institution'n contiibution to the As- ■••nation'* 25th anniversary cam- p ign Penny-a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 April 1934

('AUK KUUK SAN ANTONIO R U v? 1 3 T R fl FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1934. EDITORIALS and FEATURES SAN ANTONIO REGISTER A Publication dedicated to Right, Justice and Progress <«►> " PUBLISHED FRIOAV OF EACH WtlK BY THE REGISTER PUBLISHING COMPANY VALMO C BELLINGER. P«£fiDf NT-Treasure* JOSEPHINE o. CRAWFORD. Secretaby Geniwal Manager office «0«s i. commerce st phonk cathedral i721--r o box 3?2 san antonio. texas •ntereo AS SECOND-class mattel may 5 1931 at the post office AT an ANTONIO TEX*S unde" act of ma^ch 3 ia?S advertising • atis FURNISHED ON request subscription rates 1 year. $2 00. « montms. $1 29. single corv 9c national advertising representatives w P zlff co chicago. new york los angeles pochestc" kansas city and laoos gold coast africa JASPER T. DUNCAN EDITOR A. JAMES . J. W. HOLLAND- W. L. WALKER—. _Advertising Manager .contributing editor .Contributing Editor all news matter should be in our office bv wednesday noon ""j a"!a in cuphent issue news matter must be plainly wri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Antonio Register — 13 April 1934

FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934 SAN ANTONIO REGISTER PAGE FTVK Boy Wins As Father Loses OT. LOUIS. Mo.—(ANP) — '' A $6,000 judgment was (warded to Ezekiel Moore, 13 years old, in Division 18 of the Circuit Court last week, for the death of his father, LeRoy Moore. Moore, n employ* of the Fed- erated Metals company on St. Louis for 10 years as a furnace man, became overheated at his post of duty anil died June 6. last year. The company denied liability and the case was heard before a com- missioner who held that Moore's death was not an accident within the compel,'aiion law. An appeal was tak n to the Workmen's Com- mission at Jefferson City, Mo., where the entire board sustained the action of the commissioner. Appealing the case for the sec- ond time it was brought to the Cir- cuit court and assigned to Judge Robert W. Hall of Division No. 1" Me reversed the findings of the commission ami ordered that they be set aside and vacated. The court further directed the commission to find in favor o...

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