San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1954 Page: 4 of 8
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iULN ANTONIO REOIBTU
A PtV.I- rt'i-.o DfJIrateil In Right*'
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Telephone Murray Hill 2 r»4".2
All material 4Ubmftte*1 for nubllMiion
must l><» revive.! by Tue«.!ny v^o- to
AMMr In thf IfltU# f>f thit WMk S
vnt".»rf IMlMtel *>■••:«* h<» t/ptWrlttn
or ftlnlttly written on only on-» of
pj»p»r Tlx* right to r.-in<1en«£ matter to
m«»>t Register ■* #» M*orhI retirement*
Is reserve! without qufillfl-'nt'^r«. T!
l*t«»r d.v»a not *::i»r*nt.»e either V'* use
or return of unsolicited manuscripts or
Olive Street Welfare
Ass'n to Meet, Sunday
T!»* Olive Welfur* ***>•
elation f.»r the blind will hoM lf«
reutilar meeting Similar if 4
wirii the prt*«l«lent, Mr* M I
C»W». in charge i»f btistatM* All
member* :ire nrged to \*> jMv>»*»iit.
Mr* I C. Collin* gen.'r*! rli.iir-
man >f the rtunual *•»*. wlii. li will l»»
lieM • >n X treniber US. is all
chairmen t«» !»♦* present t > perfect
pl*n* fi»r I he tea.
Have You Met...
By DOROTHY C. PICkKTT
IF yon already know Charles
Love and have missed him in
recent years, it will interest you
to know that he is a guest at the
Bexar County Home for the
Agftl. He i* i welcomed guest,
highly respected br other persona
at the home, nntl, for the ln*t six
years, lie has served ns sort of am*
bnnaador and spokesman for the
other Negro inmates.
Love was admitted to the home
six years ago after an ojteration
which resulted In the amputation
of his left leg. Prom n wheel ehnlr
he has, through correspondence,
kept In touch with the outside world stable aud as a Janitor at several
for himself and others. downtown buildings. It was while
He has invited and welcomed he was employed as n helper In
churches and oilier groups to the a restaurant that he develo|»ed
home and iu this manner, has es- foot infection. The leg amputation
tahlished a feeling of belonging for followed a long iieriod of illness,
himself and associates that has out* Love cousiautly reminds the public
weighed the loneliness he found that he aud his friends are grate-
there. His cooperative spirit and ful and anxious for visits from In-
warm personality have proved to terested persons; but beyond that,
visitors, fellow patients, and those visitors will gain from one visit, a
charge of the institution, that lesson iu courage and faith that
tie cau still serve in spite of handi* would be hard to capture from writ-
The Uitfoolla fullil m*t Toes-
d»y, Not. 2, at the home of Mr. ind
Mrs. Roland Brewer. 310 South
Olive afreet,-with Mr,. Lillian Mtr-
ahall, vice president, «» hostess.
The meeting was presided over
by Mrs. E. I. Tllley, president. A
brief busines* aeeaton was held. In-1
vlintlons, readings, and discussions i
were heard. A short quia was en-1
Joyed by all the members,
jj^hftstesgjjj^ n Jelerls^y
menu. The next turning will be | held with Mrs. >. L Bsnnders, S32| ifoalsna street, Tuesday, Dee. T,
rttUiAH, WUVKMBBH It. |
San Antonian H*
Leaves for OCS 17
At Fort Benninff
Pri •» e t first class t r-'-.-..* A.
Jimel, Jr.. will leave the city, sun-
dsv for For' Beuning, Or. and
4>ffi',i%rs candidate «tchoo!, after
8|i mi litijj two week.t with his wife,
!Klrs Minnie I-oe James ml par-
^nt#» Mr and Mrs \ James,
Sr. '•! I Sooth Poltrii atree
Pri i e James receive*! his basic
draining at Kort Riley, Kansas, and
For ('arson, f dorado He was
Love Is a native of Dallas, He
was brought to Satr Antonio when
he was three years old by bis moth-
er who left him with n white family.
He was reared by this family, at-
tended San Fernando school through
eight grades, and stayed on as
member of I his household until he
I luring his active years. Love
worked as an attendant at a livery
San Antonio, Texas
later transferred, with his unit, t«
F<»rt Knox. Kentucky, where hi
served as Intermediate speed radii
I pon arrival at Fort Renning,
he will start study in the Army
officers Candidate school, class No.
at the infautry center.
James is x product of Phillis
Wheal ley. aud St. Philip's
Science Shrinks Piles
New Way Without Surgery
Finds Healing Substance That Does Both—
Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids
New York, N. Y, (Special) —
For the first time science has
found a new hoalir.Er substance
With the astonishing ability to
shrink hemorrhoids an J to stop
■i Iu one hemorrhoi 1 cas? after
another, "very atrilcinc: improve-
ment" was reported aui verified
by doctors' observations.
- Pain was relieved promptly.
'And, while gently relieving pain,
actual reduction or retraction
,(shrinking) took place.
And most amazing of all—this
Improvement was maintained in
cases where doctors' observations
were continued over a period of
In fact, results were so thor-
ough that sufferers were able to
■take such astonishing statements
as "Piles have ceased to be a
problem!" And among these suf-
ferers were a very wide variety
of hemorrhoid conditions, some of
10 to 20 years' standing.
All this, without the U3e of
narcotics, anesthetics or astrin-
gents of any kind. The secret is
a new healing substance (Bio-
DyneS) —the discovery of a world-
famous research institution. Al-
ready, Bio-Dyne is in wide uso
for healing injured tissue on all
parts of the body.
Now this new healing sub3tanoe
is offered in ointment form for
hemorrhoids under the name
Preparation II * The price is only
93c a tube including an appli-
cator. The name to ask for ia
Preparation H—at all drug stores.
And remember—if not entirely
satisfied—your money will be re-
funded promptly. •in.j# uadt.
Central's Pre-Christmas Suggestion
With Christmas only a few weeks off, and everybody plan-
ning to do extra shopping, the "CENTBAL" suggests
that you bring to the store or call us to pick up your shoes,
bags, belts, leather coats or any leather foods, to be re-
paired or dyed to wear and look like new, for less money.
Free Pickup and Delivery
Central Boot and Shoe Repair Co.
THE BIO PLANT—CORNER CROCKETT 4 LOSOYA STREETS
SAN ANTONIO LOAN
& TRUST CO,J
"NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS"
Everything must have a beginning, andX',"SUCCESS,"
too, must have a startiug point.—From $oor Richard'*
Almanac. Benjamin Frauklin said, "Save and Have."
START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT •
Buy With Confidence
at your HANDY-ANDY!
Everything we sell is
This Ad effective: Friday, Saturday, November 12,13
Fiesta Cut - Green
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3 to 31/2 lb.
Bama Pure Peach
H and H Master Chef
lib. $4 02
Imported from Monterrey, Mexico
Ctn. of 6 - 12 oz. bottles $1 30
Ctn, of 6 - 7 os. bottles 89c
CARTA BLANCA BEER
Ctn. of 6 -12 or. bottles $1.29
Hunt's Yellow Cling
No. 2*4 Can
IMPERIAL or DOMINO
10 lb. i
2215 W. Commerce St.
INI A DAM DOLL
10 a. in. —. t p. m.
Well kuvim, urips luouuiad* of
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anil Kood exit In Iota and (amitj
reliiffon*. A 12 reading with tills
lid for 91.
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San Antonio Register (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 42, Ed. 1 Friday, November 12, 1954, newspaper, November 12, 1954; San Antonio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth403775/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.