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    T. D. Iglehart Nursing Home
      Iglehart, Bishop T. D., invites inspection of nursing home (photo), 1964/06/12: 4
      nursing home opens doors [to less fortunate patients], 1963/09/27: 6
    TAAF
      See Baseball, Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
      See Basketball, Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
    Table Tennis
      Lindbergh cops city recreation table tennis meet, 1954/07/30: 5
      paddle tennis winners named as summer program opens, 1949/06/17: 3
      Prairie View team places in tourney in both singles and doubles, 1963/03/01: 5
      table tennis tourney at Central Playground, 1953/07/17: 5
      table tennis tourney at Corpus, 1943/07/09: 3
    Tabor, Cleveland
      former SA man buried here after death on west coast, 1950/05/05: 5
    Tabor, James Etta
      named "Miss Holy Redeemer" at annual Holy Redeemer Catholic School's Queen's Coronation (photo), 1967/05/12: 8
    Tabor, Josephine
      notice of death, 1968/05/31: 10 (filmed in 06/07 issue)
    Tabor, Leon J.
      former San Antonian dies in California, 1959/02/27: 1
      San Antonians of California Award
        posthumous award presented (photo), 1959/06/26: 3
        San Antonians of California honor Leon Tabor posthumously, 1959/07/24: 7
        wife, Doris Branch Tabor, receives handsome award (photo), 1959/08/07: 1
    Taft, Robert A. (US Senator, Ohio)
      bluntly rejects plea of civil rights delegation to curb filibuster, 1953/01/09: 1
      Republican presidential possibility interviewed, 1939/06/23: 2
      Sen. Taft says FEPC legislation will get early hearing, 1952/12/26: 1
      St. Philip's Junior College student delegation to hear Senator Taft, 1952/03/14: 6
    Taft, William H.
      becomes licensed funeral director (photo), 1948/07/16: 6
    Tailors
      Bell's Tailor shop robbed, Edward Williams arrested, 1944/06/16: 5
      Booker, O. C.
        custom tailor has new address, 1965/08/13: 7
        popular tailor is bus line agent (photo), 1931/10/30: 1
        woman talks to tailor; companions steal clothing, 1947/01/24: 1
      Dorn, Robert, radio stolen, 1948/07/23: 3
      Johnson, Walter, makes trousers, shirts, and shoes to order, 1961/03/24: 6
      Mason, G. William, made general manager of Inman Tailor Shop (photo), 1940/08/02: 6
      McElroy Cleaners and Tailors suffer $1500 fire damage, 1948/02/20: 1
      McIntyre, Prince, opens pressing shop, 1934/02/09: 1
      Real Tailors
        clothing stolen, 1949/06/10: 5
        suit stolen, 1948/07/23: 3
        suits, pants stolen, 1947/11/14: 1
      Tip-Top Tailors
        back in hands of original owners, 1944/12/01: 4
        now under management of Henry Clack, Sr., 1944/01/14: 6
        open cleaning service, 1933/12/15: 3
        service causes favorable comment, 1934/01/12: 7
        Tip-Top Tailors makes 'em look like new, 1934/06/15: 3
      Washington, R. L.
        burglar of tailor shop nabbed in lumber yard, 1961/01/27: 1
        coat reported stolen, 1948/01/09: 5
        cop chases, nabs bold thief who snatches suit, 1950/01/13: 1
        heads tailoring department at St. Philip's (photo), 1942/09/11: 7
        man who robbed tailor shop given five years, 1942/10/02: 1
        tailor establishment broken into, John C. Hernandez caught hiding under a table, 1965/10/01: 1
        Watkins, Harold, charged with theft of cloth, 1955/11/11: 1
    Talbert, General R.
      notice of death, 1969/05/16: 10 (filmed in 05/23 issue)
    Talbert, Janie
      notice of death, 1964/03/27: 8 (filmed in 04/03 issue)
    Tall Girls Social Club
      See Texas Tall Girls Club
      meetings in 1967, 1967/01/20: 8, 1967/03/03: 8, 1967/03/10: 6, 1967/03/24: 8, 1967/03/31: 8
    Talladega College (Talladega, AL)
      Alabama's first "mixed" school, 1952/02/08: 3
      first Negro college in Alabama, 1953/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
      Gallagher, Buell G., inducted as president, 1934/04/06: 1
      Gray, Dr. Arthur D., new prexy (photo), 1953/04/24: 3
      students entertain Tuskegee polio patients (photo), 1947/11/28: 7
      students of 20 southern colleges and universities hold interracial meet, 1936/02/28: 2
    Talley, Lawrence
      notice of death, 1970/03/13: 10
    Talley, Lucius
      notice of death, 1965/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
    Tally, Sgt. Henry
      completes cook's course at Fourth Army Food Service School with top honors, 1952/11/21: 6
    Talmadge, Eugene (Governor of Georgia, 1933-1946)
      death of, 1946/12/27: 1
      formally nominated for fourth time; disfranchisement move opens, 1946/10/18: 1
      Georgia State Guard called as governor Talmadge stirs up race hate, 1942/08/21: 1
      Georgia's super racism under "Gene" outlined, 1946/12/27: 1
      "may God have mercy on Georgia: Gov. Talmadge waves race flag (William Pickens Says, column), 1941/07/25: 4
      spews up plan to thwart bus decision in Georgia, 1946/06/14: 1
    Talmadge, Herman Eugene (Governor of Georgia, 1948-1955)
      all white Georgia group selected by Gov. Talmadge rejected for White House Youth Conference, 1950/09/22: 1
      begs for repeal of his pet hate law that backfires, 1952/02/01: 1
      Governor Talmadge, Dixiecrats, KKK head yowl at Supreme Court decisions, 1950/06/23: 2
      Governor Talmadge defies White House, refuses to send Negroes to Youth Conference, 1950/10/06: 2
      "nuts" told Negro-hating Gov. Talmadge who protests use of mixed quartet on Arthur Godfrey Show, 1952/01/18: 7
      says Sparkman a man of many faces and colors, 1952/08/15: 2
      Talmadge rebuffed, Oscar Ewing picks 18 Negroes for White House meet, 1950/10/20: 1
      Talmadge seeks to bar Georgia voters by qualification law, 1948/01/16: 5
      will resist US Court with arms if necessary to prevent integration, 1954/01/29: 1
      young Talmadge follows old man (Eugene Talmadge) as hate monger, 1947/01/24: 4
    Tanksley, Eldridge H.
      notice of death, 1968/04/12: 6
    Tanner, Bobby
      notice of death, 1968/07/12: 4
    Tanner, Eugene
      dies following short illness (photo), 1954/06/25: 1
    Tanner, Florence M.
      obsequies held, 1962/06/29: 8
    Tanner, Frank
      notice of death, 1966/02/04: 8
    Tanner, Gwendolyn
    Tanner, H. O.
      "Flight into Egypt" painting awes Tuskegee students, 1934/01/12: 1
    Tanner, Helen D.
      notice of death, 1959/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue)
    Tanner, Helen Sewell
      final rites held, 1959/06/19: 1
    Tanner, Jesse Donald
      and Max Avery Guilmenot, two SA boys seek to join Navy, 1937/12/03: 1
    Tarpon Club
      meetings in 1961, 1961/04/07 Supp: 4, 1961/05/05 Supp: 2, 1961/06/16: 6, 1961/10/06 Supp: 4, 1961/11/10 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1962, 1962/05/11: 6, 1962/06/08: 6
      new members added, 1961/10/06 Supp: 4
    Tarrant, Leo
      Harris, Tarrant double winners in Central AAU meet, 1941/06/13: 3
      tops all Negro college dash men, 1941/06/27: 3
    Tarver, Fletcher
      dies in local hospital, 1933/10/27: 8 (filmed in 11/03 issue)
      infant son of Douglass Junior high teacher (Wilbur Tarver), is victim of explosion, 1933/10/27: 1
    Tarver, Lenora A.
      dies after lingering illness, 1934/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue)
      victim of fire accident dies, 1934/02/23: 1
    Tarver, Wilbur H.
      succumbs to ten-day illness, 1949/03/25: 1
    Tasby, Airman Melvin G.
      assigned to Pope AFB, North Carolina, after completing basic training (photo), 1966/08/19: 7
    Tate, Ella
      notice of death, 1964/06/26: 4
    Tate, Joseph Samuel
      notice of death, 1962/06/29: 8
    Tate, Leona
      notice of death, 1962/06/29: 8
    Tate, Nett
      dies after several days of serious illness, 1956/08/17: 6
    Tate, Ora Lee
      notice of death, 1967/02/17: 9
    Tate, TSgt. Raymond E.
      decorated with AF Commendation Medal in Alaska, 1969/10/03: 7
        photo, 1969/10/24: 7
      named "Outstanding Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter" at his unit in Alaska, 1970/01/02: 6
      Waco airman arrives for duty in England, 1965/06/18: 7
    Tate, Rebecca
      obsequies held in Seguin, 1954/08/13: 2
    Tatom, Viola B.
      four employees at Brooke General Hospital given service awards, 1967/11/10: 9
    Tatum, Doris
      Negro nurses, serve on Santa Rosa Hospital's staff of nurses (photo), 1945/08/17: 1
      passes state board of nursing and completes training, 1944/05/26: 7
    Tatum, Rev. Elmo C. (Counselor of St. Philip's College)
      chaplain to be Men's Day speaker at Second Baptist Aug. 27 (photo), 1950/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue)
      joins staff as director of guidance and counseling, 1952/10/24: 6
      on panel of Colleges and Industries of the Southwest meeting in Houston (photo), 1953/11/06: 6
    Tatum, Felder
      notice of death, 1959/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue)
    Tatum, Francis Alva
      funeral services held, 1957/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
      rites held for former federal service employee (photo), 1957/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue)
    Tatum, Goose
    Tatum, Natalie
      represents the 1953 Christmas Seal at half-time show at Wheatley-Coles football game (photo), 1953/12/18 Supp: 4
    Tatum, Oscar J.
      final rites held, 1962/04/20: 7
    Tatum, Reece ("Goose")
      [death of] Reece ("Goose") Tatum (Spotlight on Sports, column, by Charles J. Livingston), 1958/11/14: 3
      ex-girlfriend says Tatum fathers her son, 1958/03/07: 5
      Goose, Trotters wow SA again, 1955/02/18: 5
      "Goose" draws record crowds in Far East tour, 1958/11/14: 3
      Grand Old Men (Spotlight on Sports, column, by Charles J. Livingston), 1966/07/15: 5
      Harlem Magicians
        Goose Tatum-Marques Haynes' Harlem magicians open 160-game Dixie tour, 1955/12/30: 5
        scores 14,637 points in past season with Harlem Magicians, 1957/05/10: 5
      Harlem Stars
        Goose Tatum's cagers booed in Australia, mistaken for Globetrotters, 1958/12/26: 5
        his cage team makes debut on Nov. 24, 1957/11/15: 4
      highest paid basketball star in game today at $40,000, 1953/02/13: 5
      it's the Goose (Goose Tatum) that fans want, 1955/04/08: 4
      Jim Crow ends at Wichita, Kansas cafe barring Goose and Satch, 1962/01/12: 5
      pops out of the bus on his way to appearance at Alamo Stadium (photo), 1954/02/12: 5
      refused service, "Goose" sues for $3,000, 1955/02/11: 4
      tax evasion
        down to $100, IRS agrees to a $15,000 payment for $169,000 in taxes, 1963/03/15: 5
        the goose didn't get golden eggs; Tatum pleads guilty to tax evasion, 1961/05/26: 5
    Tatum, Sam R.
      diplomas, marriage license, pictures beautifully framed, 1960/04/08: 6
      does framing of any kind, 1962/04/06: 6
      frames anything, tries to please, 1963/03/08: 6
      plans to retire, asks patrons to pick up orders, 1964/10/09: 6
      puts business up for sale, 1963/06/28: 6
      San Antonian favors civil rights laws (letter), 1960/03/11: 6
    Tatum, Walter ("Slim")
      Harold Huff, slayer, gets five-year pen sentence, 1950/04/28: 1
      hat, lost by slayer, leads to solution; Harold Huff admits slaying (photo), 1950/04/28: 1
      slayer remains at large (photo), 1950/04/21: 1
    Tatums, Walter
      notice of death, 1962/08/24: 8
    Taxes
      An Opportunity for Congress [to rein in taxes] (editorial), 1939/09/08: 4
      Beyond All Reason [gasoline tax increase] (editorial), 1965/06/04: 4
      Billions from Pennies [noting 40th anniversary of "gas tax"] (editorial), 1959/02/20: 4
      city sales tax starts April 1 in San Antonio, 1968/03/29: 3
      Courts Defend Consumer and Businesses against Taxes (editorial), 1939/07/21: 4
      deadline for city and school taxes is Saturday, July 31, 1965/07/30: 1
      Distributing the Load [income tax reaches lower income brackets] (editorial), 1942/06/26: 4
      Don't Be Naive [about "emergency" gas tax] (editorial), 1959/10/09: 4
      Dupree, Clarence A., Houstonian gets 3 years, $9,000 fine in tax case, 1953/07/10: 1
      Horses, Water, and Gasoline [high gasoline tax] (editorial), 1960/07/29: 4
      income tax courtesy service extended, 1957/12/20: 7
      It's Your Money [citizen interest in government needed in the making of decisions] (editorial), 1962/08/03: 4
      Nixon administration headed toward negative income tax for low-income persons, 1969/05/02: 3
      No Reason for Further Delay [to remove taxes left over from WW II] (editorial), 1965/06/18: 4
      One Egg Equals 100 Taxes [hidden taxes] (editorial), 1960/12/30: 4
      Order of Business [long overdue travel tax repealed] (editorial), 1962/12/07: 4
      Our Taxes (Commentary, by Ruth Taylor), 1945/03/09: 4
      Pay Your Taxes If You Can (editorial), 1933/06/16: 4
      Proposed Tax on Food and Drugs (editorial), 1934/02/16: 4
      Roberts, Maude E., offers confidential income tax consultant services, 1962/12/21: 6
      tax bill reform related to foundations hit as racist by Phillip H. Willkie, 1969/11/14: 1
      The "Tax Racket" (editorial), 1940/04/19: 4
      Taxes - The Biggest Single Expense (editorial), 1965/08/13: 4
      Texas taxpayers get aid from IRS on sales tax calculation, 1961/11/10: 1
      That Inheritance 'Tax' (editorial), 1966/08/26: 4
      There Is Other Legislation [and more taxes] (editorial), 1939/07/07: 4
      They Couldn't Afford It [middle and lower income investors protest proposed 20% tax on dividends and interest] (editorial), 1962/08/10: 4
      Twelve Billion Dollars (editorial), 1936/06/19: 4
      US Tax Collections for First Two Months of Fiscal Year Increase by $75 Million (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1936/09/25: 4
      We All Pay--and Pay (editorial), 1938/09/30: 4
      Where a "New Look" is Needed [to change federal tax system] (editorial), 1958/11/21: 4
      Williams, Abner, offers income tax service, 1962/03/30: 6
      Your Tax Bill (editorial), 1959/09/25: 4
    Taxi Cabs
      Anthony, Bob, charged with operating without meter, 1946/01/04: 3
      Armstrong, Cornelius, booked for operating without license, 1939/09/01: 5
      Bellinger Taxi Company
        Bellinger, Hartfield taxicab companies permitted to add 15 cabs, 1945/01/26: 7
        Bellinger Taxi substation opens in West End, 1946/01/25: 7
        cabbies strike when one is fired; Bellinger Agency has 2nd tie-up in 3 years, 1947/06/13: 1
        costs double when passenger objects to cab fare, 1948/08/06: 1
        damage suit for $7500 filed by Alfonso Guerrero, 1950/02/17: 1
        driver unwilling witness to holdup, 1949/01/07: 1
        explains cab sharing plan, asks public's cooperation to prevent abuse, 1943/05/21: 6
        Hartfield and Bellinger taxicab companies permitted to add 15 cabs, 1945/01/26: 7
        Hillard, Wilbert, and Allen Coleman assault each other at Bellinger Taxi, 1952/05/02: 1
        notice of safety rules, 1950/03/03: 7
        robbed by Ernest Nichols, but this is not Valmo C. Bellinger's business; reporter gets his story a little mixed up, 1940/02/09: 1
        rules for welfare of patrons using the service, 1950/08/18: 6
        Sterling, Mrs. Grace, asks $10,850 for 1948 crash injuries, 1950/02/03: 1
        Stevens, Mrs. Rosie, loses $21,340 suit against taxicab agency, 1949/10/07: 1
        Sullivan, Frank, battling cabby backs into taxi, fractures leg, 1947/01/03: 1
        taxi is nearly demolished in crash with auto, 1946/11/15: 1
        taxi owner sued for $23,000 as result of February crash, 1950/07/28: 1
        two taxi firms named in $20,000 damage suit, 1948/12/10: 1
      block nearly wrecked as taxi, truck collide, 1946/11/15: 1
      cabbies battle for position; Charles Anderson and Sam Yell injured, 1949/07/29: 5
      Camel, James, arrested for operating without bond, 1946/01/04: 1
      city Taxi cab inspector gives tips to riders, 1952/08/01: 7
      Crawford, Hannibal, now with Red Top Taxi line, 1956/01/27: 7
      Davis, Willie, cabby and rider, Walter Banks, have each other arrested over $8.60 fare, 1946/11/29: 1
      drivers of Corpus taxi line walk out on strike, 1943/07/30: 1
      Ellis, Ralph, cabby loses taxi, clothes to holdup, 1946/10/11: 1
      Ellis, Rudolph, shot by cop in fuss over fare, 1946/07/12: 1
      Garcia, Ramon, held up and cab hijacked by interracial team composed of GIs, Earl Anthony Brown and James Eugene Darst, 1957/08/09: 1
      Gonzales, C. C., much ado about 60-cent taxicab fare, 1948/06/25: 1
      Grecy's Cabs give Corpus dependable transportation (photo), 1943/05/21: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue)
      Hartfield, Arthur, arrested for operating a taxi without turning on meter, 1945/12/07: 2
      Hartfield Taxi Company
        Hartfield and Bellinger taxicab companies permitted to add 15 cabs, 1945/01/26: 7
        money stolen as cashier, Gloria Hartfield Moore, is lured from taxi office, 1951/03/09: 1
        tire and wheel stolen, 1951/02/02: 4
        two taxi firms named in $20,000 damage suit, 1948/12/10: 1
      Jones, Charles, wounded by Joe Bell as cabbies battle over debt, 1947/02/14: 1
      Lamkin, Henry, loses shoes and coat for nonpayment of taxi driver, 1934/07/27: 1
      Mahalia, John
        "Have You Met...John Mahalia," in taxi business (photo), 1954/12/03: 5
        Mahalia, J. and E. Williams get new Chev for taxi, 1939/03/24: 7
      Murray, Mrs. [illegible], one-block taxi ride for dog costs woman $175, 1950/02/03: 1
      Operators Protest Taxi Meter Ordinance (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1938/06/10: 4
      Pruitt, Earl, "bootleg" taxi driver fined $10 on GI's complaint, 1946/09/13: 1
      Red Top Taxi offers fast, courteous service, 1953/05/15: 7
      Richardson, Oddie, arrested for taxi law violations, 1945/06/29: 5
      Rogers, Pat, wildcat cabbie faces charges, 1947/08/22: 1
      SA taxi drivers win demands in walk-out, 1944/08/18: 1
      Santone streets swept clean of Race taxi cabs temporarily, 1936/03/13: 1
      Saturday, Joe Charles, hurt in smashup, man sues taxi firm for $15,000, 1946/09/27: 1
      Smith, Bernice B., San Antonio's first Negro woman licensed taxi driver (photo), 1950/09/29: 6
      Smith, Frank M., poked by Rufus Ward in dispute over taxi fare, 1947/02/14: 1
      Stauffer, Lester, microphone snatched as fare, driver battle, 1954/11/12: 1
      Sunrise Auto Livery to carry participants to Leon Park for ten cents, 1934/06/08: 6
      taxi passenger refuses to pay, but driver, Frank Stevenson, gets fare from purse, 1944/01/28: 1
      Williams, George W., arrested for refusing to pay taxi fee, 1946/08/02: 1
      Yellow Cab Company employs Californian as traffic superintendent, 1947/08/29: 2
    Taylor, Rev. A. C. (St. Stephen Baptist Church)
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Coliseum Park Baptist Church, Men's Day guest speaker, 1967/10/06: 10
        Friendship Baptist Church, Luling, missionary program, 1969/05/23: 9
        Jerusalem Baptist Church, revival (photo), 1963/05/17: 4
        St. Stephen Baptist Church, Men's Day, 1967/10/06: 10
    Taylor, Albert McClure
      Seguin funeral rites held, 1960/01/01: 2
    Taylor, Alberta
      funeral rites held, 1967/12/15: 10 (filmed in 12/22 issue)
      notice of death, 1967/12/15: 10 (filmed in 12/22 issue)
    Taylor, Alice
      funeral rites held in Seguin, 1953/11/06: 2
    Taylor, SSgt. Alvin E.
      airman gets assignment in Illinois, 1968/01/12: 6
    Taylor, Amanda
      final rites held, 1957/11/29: 1
      notice of death, 1957/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue), 1964/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue)
    Taylor, Anna Mae
      King, Curtis, accuses Anna Mae Taylor of theft, 1942/11/13: 1
      Leslie Lee indicted for murder of of lye hurler by grand jury, 1953/08/14: 1
      murderer, Leslie Lee, sentenced to three years for knife punch-blade murder, 1953/09/04: 1
      punch-like blade plunged into woman's brain; 'scratch on the head' fatal, 1953/06/19: 1
    Taylor, Annette Elise
    Taylor, Arilla Mae
      dies from polio, sister Elois in iron lung, 1950/08/25: 1
    Taylor, Arthur
      funeral services held, 1952/07/18: 6
    Taylor, August
      man, in same position for several hours, found dead, 1965/01/08: 1
      notice of death, 1965/01/15: 8 (filmed in 01/22 issue), 1969/09/05: 10 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
    Taylor, Augustus
      Taylor gets Boys Club post, 1941/08/01: 1
    Taylor, [baby]
      newborn infant girl dies, 1958/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue)
    Taylor, Ben Ernest
      garbage worker falls under truck, legs broken, 1964/04/17: 1
    Taylor, Bennie
      desire to see old home leads to death; crushed by car driven by wife, Esta, who steps on accelerator instead of brake, 1957/03/01: 1
    Taylor, Bertha
      dies at her residence, 1933/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue)
      St. James usher succumbs, 1933/02/17: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue)
    Taylor, Bertha Marie
      obsequies held, 1962/03/30: 8
    Taylor, Mrs. Bertha Marie
      suffers serious burns on face, arms, 1944/10/06: 1
    Taylor, Brice U.
      Coach Brice Taylor, Samuel Huston College, and his cagers (photo), 1939/03/10: 3
      named prexy of Guadalupe College (photo), 1939/08/04: 1
      picks 'All Southwestern' grid team, 1935/12/06: 3
      and Ralph Metcalfe, review Olympic history at Bishop College (photo), 1934/02/02: 5
    Taylor, Camilla
      notice of death, 1968/09/13: 4
    Taylor, Carlton D.
      veteran Kelly worker dies in head-on collision near Selma, 1964/01/10: 1
    Taylor, Charles
      notice of death, 1961/02/24: 8
    Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
      infant son dies, 1933/06/30: 8 (filmed in 07/07 issue)
    Taylor, Charles Edward, Jr.
      found shot to death after he had phoned sister to tell of suicide intentions (Note: name given as Charles Howard Taylor, Sr.), 1966/01/07: 1
      notice of death, 1966/01/21: 8
    Taylor, Charles L.
      graduates from St. Philip's College, enters St. Mary's University (photo), 1963/09/27: 6
    Taylor, Cora
      notice of death, 1963/05/10: 8
    Taylor, Cullen E.
      notice of death, 1957/10/18: 8 (filmed in 10/25 issue)
    Taylor, Cullen Wright
      notice of death, 1957/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
    Taylor, Dr. D. B.
      and Dr. Gordon Worley, attend curriculum conferences to carry forward purposes and plans of the State Department of Education, 1935/12/27: 7
    Taylor, Daisy Golfin
      death claims Seguin resident of 88 years, 1957/08/23: 6
    Taylor, Delia
      dies at her home in Weimar, 1952/03/14: 4
    Taylor, Dora
      winner of prize in H & H Coffee Contest (photo), 1935/11/08: 9
    Taylor, Dorothy
      two-year illness claims girl, 19, 1941/02/07: 4
    Taylor, Dorothy Louise
      notice of death, 1965/08/27: 8 (filmed in 09/03 issue)
    Taylor, Rev. E. T.
      Revs. Harvey, Taylor, and Valentine return to churches as annual AME conference closes, 1938/01/21: 1
    Taylor, Eddie
      taken by death, 1959/04/10: 3
    Taylor, Edgar Allen
      death suddenly takes two San Antonians, 1969/02/14: 1
      funeral rites held Monday, 1969/02/21: 1
      notice of death, 1969/02/28: 10 (filmed in 03/07 issue)
    Taylor, Edward, Jr.
      notice of death, 1967/11/24: 10 (filmed in 12/01 issue)
    Taylor, Edward L.
      Giddings, promoted to Marine corporal while serving at Twenty Nine Palms, California (photo), 1958/10/31: 7
    Taylor, Elizabeth
      notice of death, 1970/05/22: 10
    Taylor, Ella
      notice of death, 1967/06/02: 10
    Taylor, Elmo
      heart attack fatal to Ord Street man, 1953/08/07: 1
    Taylor, Elnetha (Neta)
      notice of death, 1968/05/10: 10 (filmed in 05/17 issue)
    Taylor, Elois
      in iron lung, while sister Arilla Mae dies from polio, 1950/08/25: 1
    Taylor, Esta M.
      notice of death, 1967/12/15: 10 (filmed in 12/22 issue)
    Taylor, Ethel
      notice of death, 1965/02/19: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue)
    Taylor, Eugene
      murders mother, Susie Johnson; skull fractured, jaw broken, ear torn off during vicious assault, 1936/07/24: 1
    Taylor, Evelyn
      is latest addition to city health department (photo), 1943/03/26: 1
      registered nurse returns after several years' absence, 1941/12/12: 6
      Santone nurse, Minnesota grad takes post as supervisor of Provident Hospital, Chicago, 1937/07/09: 1
    Taylor, Evelyn Stuart
      ex-SA woman, slain in Denver, was legally wed to Sylvester Taylor, Jr., 1960/09/30: 1
      ex-San Antonio woman slain in Denver by estranged common-law husband, 1960/09/23: 1
    Taylor, Evelyn White
      final rites held, 1962/06/01: 2
      funeral services conducted (photo), 1962/06/08: 8
    Taylor, Frank
      notice of death, 1965/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue), 1967/11/03: 10 (filmed in 11/10 issue)
    Taylor, Fred P.
      claimed by sudden attack, 1967/04/07: 1
      notice of death, 1967/04/14: 10 (filmed in 04/21 issue)
    Taylor, A3C Frederick G.
      transferred to Altus AFB and assigned to 11th Bomber Wing (photo), 1962/04/06: 7
    Taylor, Gates
      notice of death, 1960/04/01: 8 (filmed in 04/08 issue)
    Taylor, Gladys D.
      notice of death, 1968/10/25: 3
    Taylor, Green, Jr.
      notice of death, 1959/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
    Taylor, Gus
      retires after 45 years with Ed Steves and Sons, 1949/12/30: 6
    Taylor, Gus A., Sr.
      robbed of $210 while suffering heart attack, 1951/06/15: 1
    Taylor, Gus S.
      funeral rites set for Saturday, 1957/05/31: 1
      funeral services held, 1957/06/07: 8 (filmed in 06/14 issue)
    Taylor, Guy Arnold
      notice of death, 1964/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
    Taylor, Hattie Lee
      notice of death, 1965/10/22: 8 (filmed in 10/29 issue)
    Taylor, Helen Marie
      notice of death, 1965/06/04: 8 (filmed in 06/11 issue)
    Taylor, Henry
      notice of death, 1957/05/17: 8 (filmed in 05/24 issue)
    Taylor, Isaac B.
      notice of death, 1969/12/19: 10
    Taylor, Mrs. J. D.
      Houstonian is guest speaker at Corinth Baptist Women's Day, 1953/05/08: 6
    Taylor, J. E., Jr.
      becomes manager of Carter's Undertaking Company, 1959/10/23: 8 (filmed in 10/30 issue)
      City of San Antonio cites seven for service, 1964/09/11: 1
      father, James Edward Taylor, Sr., buried in Oklahoma (photo), 1963/02/08: 1
    Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
      represent ideal of togetherness in marriage (Have You Met ... column) (photo), 1954/07/23: 4
    Taylor, Mrs. J. L.
      addresses Baptist Good Will Council, 1951/06/22: 8 (filmed in 06/29 issue)
      directs Laymen's League chorus at annual convention (photo), 1943/09/17: 8 (filmed in 1944/01/07 issue)
      directs Union Baptist Church pageant, "Heaven Bound" (photo), 1954/03/05: 8 (filmed in 03/12 issue)
      guest soloist at New Light Baptist Church's Women's Day (photo), 1953/06/05: 4
      recitals
        presented by Sunshine Charity Organization (photo), 1954/04/23: 8 (filmed on 04/30 issue)
        thrills Fort Worth with concert recital (photo), 1940/08/09: 8 (filmed in 08/16 issue)
        Union Baptist Church, 1966/05/20: 4, 1967/07/14: 9, 1969/07/25: 10 (filmed in 08/01 issue)
          photo, 1947/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/07 issue), 1948/04/02: 8, 1965/05/28: 8 (filmed in 06/04 issue)
    Taylor, Rev. J. L. (Union Baptist Church)
      anniversaries at Union Baptist
        19th year celebrated, 1938/06/17: 7, 1938/07/01: 8 (filmed in 07/08 issue)
        20th year celebrated, 1939/06/30: 1
        22nd year celebrated, 1941/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue), 1941/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue)
        24th anniversary (photo), 1943/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
        29th anniversary (photo), 1948/04/09: 6
        30th anniversary (photo), 1949/03/18: 8
        34th anniversary (photo), 1953/03/27: 4
        35th anniversary (photo), 1954/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue)
        36th anniversary (photo), 1955/03/18: 8
        38th anniversary, with Rev. Rufus Wilson preaching (photo), 1957/03/29: 8 (filmed in 04/05 issue)
        39th anniversary (photo), 1958/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
        40th anniversary (photo), 1959/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
        41st anniversary. with Rev. W. L. LaBeaux delivering sermon (photo), 1960/03/25: 8 (filmed in 04/01 issue)
        42nd anniversary (photo), 1961/03/24: 8
        43rd anniversary (photo), 1962/03/23: 8
        44th anniversary celebrated with Rev. Eddie Cunningham, guest speaker (photo), 1963/03/22: 8
        double anniversary: 25th at Union Baptist, 25th wedding anniversary (photo), 1944/05/19: 4
      attends National Baptist Convention (photo), 1939/09/08: 8 (filmed in 09/15 issue)
      called by unanimous vote to serve as pastor "until the Lord calls him home" (photo), 1960/08/26: 4
      church carries on during pastor's illness, 1936/10/02: 8 (filmed in 1937/03/12 issue)
      death of
        memorial services held (photo), 1964/03/20: 8 (filmed in 03/27 issue)
        notice of death, 1964/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue)
        Rev. Taylor succumbs to Sunday heart attack (photo), 1964/01/24: 1
      dispute over printed program
        fires four shots above car of Rev. J. Henry Hardeman, 1949/07/15: 1
        name removed from Progressive Baptist Ass'n program, 1949/07/22: 1
      manager of SA District of AF and AM Masons
        announces annual musical at Friendship Baptist Church (photo), 1955/02/11: 8
        calls for district to meet at New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (photo), 1955/06/24: 4
        calls meeting of master masons and Eastern Stars in joint session (photo), 1955/08/19: 8
        invites Master Masons and Eastern Stars to gather for laying the cornerstone of new building for Pleasant Union Baptist (photo), 1957/05/10: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue)
        preaches annual thanksgiving sermon, June 15 (photo), 1958/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue)
      pastor explains why he did not attend funeral of Mrs. Mose Young, member of Union Baptist, 1952/11/14: 2
      preaching/speaking engagements
        Easter services at Union Baptist Church (photo), 1954/04/16: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue)
        St. James Baptist Church, anniversary sermon for Rev. S. A. Huff, 1961/04/14: 8
        Trinity Baptist Church, for cornerstone laying (photo), 1959/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
      report of death "exaggerated" (photo), 1945/09/14: 1
      returns to Union Baptist, Sunday, October 4, 1936/10/02: 8 (filmed in 1937/03/12 issue)
      revivals
        announces revival (photo), 1939/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29 issue)
        featured in city-wide revival (photo), 1951/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue)
        with Rev. W. S. Brent in old-fashion revival (photo), 1951/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
      thefts
        gun stolen from automobile, 1947/11/28: 5
        watches stolen, 1949/11/18: 5
      and wife, observe 16th wedding anniversary (Jo's Jottings), 1935/07/12: 6
    Taylor, Jack
      shot in legs by rival suitor, 1939/01/06: 1
    Taylor, James
      retires after 40 years' service at Chandler Building, 1949/08/12: 5
    Taylor, James ("Woodman")
      final rites set for Friday, 1959/02/20: 1
    Taylor, SSgt. James D.
      receives Army Commendation Ribbon (photo), 1946/08/02: 7
    Taylor, James E., Jr.
      death of
        death takes widely-known San Antonian who succumbs to long illness (photo), 1966/12/23: 1
        notice of death, 1966/12/30: 10 (filmed in 01/06 issue)
      Golden State Mutual Insurance Company of Los Angeles
        appointed general agent for San Antonio area (photo), 1957/04/05: 2
        expands staff and extends scope of insurance coverage (photo), 1959/02/27: 2
        general agent in San Antonio attends California conference, 1958/03/21: 6
        with Veola Blackman and Theresa Hodge, completes primary phase of Life Underwriter training course (photo), 1959/03/13: 6
      honored with papal medal for outstanding service to Catholic church (photo), 1954/06/25: 1, 1954/10/08: 1
      named to community relations commission, 1964/08/14: 1
      Phillis Wheatley teacher recognized on 'Wonderful City' air show in New York, 1953/07/17: 1
    Taylor, James Edward, Sr.
      father of SA mortician, J. E. Taylor, Jr., co-owner of Carter Taylor Mortuary, buried in Oklahoma (photo), 1963/02/08: 1
    Taylor, James L., Jr.
      completes basic training, selected for technical training at Amarillo AFB (photo), 1967/05/26: 6
    Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jess
      Goliad couple celebrate 50 years in business, 1950/03/31: 6
    Taylor, Jesse W.
      stomach ailment claims veteran SA hotel waiter, 1942/04/17: 1
    Taylor, Jesse Washington
      retired Goliad man, kin of San Antonians, dies, 1961/05/19: 1
    Taylor, Jo Dell
      notice of death, 1959/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue)
    Taylor, Joe
      notice of death, 1959/12/04: 8 (filmed in 12/11 issue)
    Taylor, Joe ("Weasel")
      shot to death after slashing constable, Maurice B. Carver, with razor, 1946/08/30: 1
    Taylor, Joe Victor
      notice of death, 1970/05/22: 10
    Taylor, John
      dies at his residence, 1933/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue)
      notice of death, 1964/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
    Taylor, John R.
      motorcyclist dies in collision with automobile driven by Jessie Mae Bouldin, 1962/04/20: 1
    Taylor, Joseph H.
      death suddenly takes widely known musician (photo), 1946/01/25: 1
    Taylor, Josie J.
      notice of death, 1968/08/09: 4
    Taylor, Joyce
      death claims young woman as childbirth nears (photo), 1941/06/13: 1
    Taylor, Julie
      dies of stroke, 1945/08/24: 8 (filmed in 08/31 issue)
    Taylor, Katie Mae
      notice of death, 1969/09/05: 10 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
    Taylor, L. W.
      notice of death, 1963/01/04: 8 (filmed in 01/11 issue)
    Taylor, Lane T.
      notice of death, 1965/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
    Taylor, Larry W.
      SA airman assigned as material specialist in Florida (photo), 1968/03/08: 7
    Taylor, Lee
      notice of death, 1963/02/08: 8 (filmed in 02/15 issue)
    Taylor, Mrs. Leola B.
      five of eight SA women arrested in Brooks Field bus altercation are fined, 1944/06/09: 1
    Taylor, Leslie
      notice of death, 1969/10/24: 10 (filmed in 10/31 issue)
    Taylor, Levy
      San Antonio top athlete named manager of American Legion Post No. 877 sponsored baseball team of Luling (photo), 1951/03/23: 5
    Taylor, Lillian L.
      notice of death, 1970/04/17: 10
    Taylor, Lillie
      notice of death, 1965/10/29: 8
    Taylor, Linda
      4th grader at St. Mary's Parochial School, models at San Antonio department store (photo), 1970/04/03: 9
    Taylor, Linder
      notice of death, 1959/11/06: 8 (filmed in 11/13 issue)
    Taylor, Lola B.
      notice of death, 1960/10/21: 8
    Taylor, Louis, Jr.
      life-long Seguin resident succumbs, 1952/01/04: 1
    Taylor, Louis, Sr.
      pioneer citizen of Seguin passes, 1956/10/19: 2
    Taylor, Lucinda
      notice of death, 1968/05/24: 10 (filmed in 05/31 issue)
    Taylor, Lucy J.
      notice of death, 1960/01/29: 8 (filmed in 02/05 issue)
    Taylor, Lytle L.
      earns degree at PV; commissioned second lieutenant (photo), 1950/02/17: 5
    Taylor, Mrs. Marie Viola Butler
      rites to be held Saturday (photo), 1950/01/13: 1
    Taylor, Marjorie Johnson
      death claims young SA woman, 1939/07/14: 7
    Taylor, Rev. Mark N.
      car brakes fail, runs down 72-year-old woman, Mrs. Concepcion Garza, 1946/10/25: 1
    Taylor, Mrs. Martha
      succumbs to heart attack, 1948/02/06: 4
    Taylor, Marvin
      and brothers Michael, Tyrone and Anthony perish in blazing home, 1959/03/27: 1
    Taylor, Mary
      obsequies for Mrs. Mary Taylor, 1942/01/16: 7
    Taylor, Mary Elizabeth
      notice of death, 1964/03/20: 8 (filmed in 03/27 issue)
    Taylor, Mary Langford
      family planning consultant dies suddenly in India (photo), 1955/05/06: 1
    Taylor, Mattie
      funeral rites held Tuesday, 1949/11/18: 1
    Taylor, Mattie Elizabeth
      notice of death, 1957/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue)
    Taylor, Mattie Mae
      burns to death; aunt, uncle also die as death hits family, 1936/02/07: 1
      notice of death, 1936/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue)
    Taylor, Maxine
      makes bow to society at party on Easter (photo), 1949/04/22 Supp: 4
    Taylor, Mia Luzzette
      wins St. James AME Church baby contest (photo), 1967/08/11: 9
    Taylor, Milton
      notice of death, 1962/07/27: 8
    Taylor, Minnie
      notice of death, 1970/03/06: 10
    Taylor, Myrtle Owens
      See also Owens, Myrtle Stewart
      guest speaker, annual program for City-Wide Missionary Workers Council, 1968/05/03: 10 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
      Women's Day guest speaker
        Friendship Baptist Church, Luling, 1969/06/20: 4
        Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, 1968/06/28: 4
        New Hope Baptist Church, 1969/05/16: 10 (filmed in 05/23 issue)
        Sherman Chapel AME Church, 1968/05/31: 10 (filmed in 06/07 issue)
        St. Mark Baptist Church, 1969/07/11: 10 (filmed in 07/18 issue)
    Taylor, Mrs. N. E.
      veteran Goliad teacher honored by ex-students, 1955/09/16: 4
    Taylor, Nehemiah, Jr.
      Master Sergeant Air Force recruiter honored for 20 years of service, 1958/02/07: 7
      SA vet of many sea fights discharged, 1945/09/28: 5
    Taylor, Ophelia
      final rights held, 1965/09/24: 1
      notice of death, 1965/10/01: 8
    Taylor, Mrs. R. L.
      guest speaker for afternoon services at West Galilee Baptist Church, 1959/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
    Taylor, Rebecca Stiles
      to be candidate for NACW presidency (photo), 1940/07/26: 4
    Taylor, Richard
      funeral services held, 1957/09/20: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue)
      mortally injured trying to miss boy on bicycle, 1947/09/12: 1
    Taylor, Robert
      dies following a long illness, 1950/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue)
      visitor from Houston killed in SA crash, 1953/07/03: 1
    Taylor, Robert L.
      appointed Equal Employment Opportunity counselor (photo), 1969/11/28: 1
      awarded by Fort Sam Houston for money-saving idea (photo), 1957/12/06: 1
      nominated for "Federal Employee of the Year" (photo), 1967/12/01: 1
      receives Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service (photo), 1967/08/04: 2
      receives Fort Sam Houston Outstanding Employee Rating Certificate, 1959/08/28: 3
        photo, 1960/06/10: 1
    Taylor, Sgt. Robert L.
      Galveston native buried, 1953/08/21: 3
    Taylor, A3C Robert T.
      musician has "methods" job at Lackland, 1955/11/25: 7
    Taylor, Ruby Lee
      shot in love nest by husband, Charles Taylor, 1957/07/19: 1
    Taylor, Ruth J.
      notice of death, 1967/08/04: 10
    Taylor, Salina
      death of, 1935/12/06: 7
    Taylor, Sam
      dies suddenly, 1934/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue)
    Taylor, Sarah
      funeral services held, 1932/04/01: 8 (filmed in 04/15 issue)
      notice of death, 1960/05/13: 8 (filmed in 05/20 issue)
    Taylor, Sidney Franklin
      rites here for man killed in California fall, 1951/10/19: 2
    Taylor, Spencer
      Hallettsville highway death not hit-and-run case, 1960/05/13: 1
      Hallettsville man killed by hit-runner, Ervin M. Tschirhart, San Antonio, 1960/04/22: 1
    Taylor, Susie L.
      notice of death, 1960/07/01: 8
    Taylor, Terry
      notice of death, 1968/04/19: 10 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Taylor, Texas
      First Baptist Church, 1000 see parade and cornerstone ceremonies, 1946/05/10: 8
    Taylor, Theola
    Taylor, Thomas C.
      wife who killed him, Rosa Mae Taylor, receives 4 months when charge is reduced from murder to aggravated assault, 1964/06/19: 1
    Taylor, Tom C.
      ex-GI kisses baby, prays, kills self, 1945/03/16: 1
    Taylor, Tommie C., Jr.
      notice of death, 1964/01/24: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue)
    Taylor, Tommy
      former soldier and husband of a SA woman, killed as auto hits bridge and overturns near Columbus, 1950/11/17: 1
    Taylor, Travis, Jr.
      notice of death, 1966/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue)
    Taylor, Mrs. Virley
      giving full time to managing new Hotel Manhattan, 1951/06/15: 6
      invites public to open house at Hotel Manhattan (photo), 1955/06/17: 6, 1955/12/02: 6
      well-known SA businesswoman taken by death, 1958/05/02: 1
    Taylor, Rev. W. Marcus
      ex-SA cleric, one of first pastors of Corinth Baptist and Little Rock leader, dies (photo), 1958/03/28: 1
    Taylor, Walter
      notice of death, 1968/01/26: 10 (filmed in 02/02 issue)
    Taylor, Warren Samuel
      notice of death, 1961/05/26: 8
      taken by death after long illness, 1961/05/26: 4
    Taylor, Wayne
      7-year-old, from Marion, TX, drowns in gravel pit, 1963/11/29: 1
    Taylor, Wesley H.
      completes Marine recruit training (photo), 1953/06/05: 6
    Taylor, Wesley Herd, Sr.
      notice of death, 1963/02/22: 8, Beeville}
    Taylor, Wilbert H.
      elected American Legion, Fred Brock Post commander, 1957/06/21: 7
    Taylor, Wilbert Herbert
      notice of death, 1964/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue)
    Taylor, Will
      death of, 1937/12/03: 1
    Taylor, William
      notice of death, 1961/04/28: 8
    Taylor, William (Willie)
      funeral rites for octogenarian held Thursday, 1955/02/11: 1
      notice of death, 1955/02/11: 8
    Taylor, William Leon
      Samuel Huston College student, rumored to have died from initiation; autopsy, faculty supervisor give lie to report, 1937/12/31: 1
    Taylor, Willie Forest
      funeral held (photo), 1964/06/26: 1
      notice of death, 1964/07/03: 4
    Taylor, Willie Mae (Corpus Christi, TX)
      double-dealing woman, of Corpus, fatally knifed by Robert Rhodes; slayer arrested in SA while in bed, 1953/02/06: 1
    Taylor, Willie Mae (San Antonio, TX)
      notice of death, 1959/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue)
    Taylor, Willie "Wolf"
      Seguin man slain by city marshall, 1951/06/22: 1
    Taylor Tabernacle
      Brown, Rev. Lula Mae, and Jessie Mae Hicks, special guests, 1955/01/21: 8
    Teachers
      See also American Federation of Teachers
      See also American Teachers Association
      See also Association of Music Teachers in Negro Schools
      See also Bexar and Adjoining Counties Teachers Organization
      See also Colored Teachers State Association of Texas
      See also Guadalupe County Teachers Association
      See also San Antonio Teachers Council
      See also South Texas Teachers Association
      See also Southwest Texas Teachers Association
      See also Southwest Texas Teachers' Institute
      See also Teachers State Association of Texas
      See also Teachers Unions
      See also Texas State Teachers Association
      133 Negroes teach in 'white' schools in past 10 years, 1949/11/18: 4
      Arkansas
        Governor McMath appears at meeting of Ark. Negro teachers, 1951/04/13: 3
        US Supreme Court to review Arkansas teachers law, 1960/02/05: 1
      attacks on teachers by pupils alarm officials, 1964/03/13: 1
      California
        El Centro, California, Negro teachers oppose faculty integration, 1956/11/23: 7
        Negroes get chance to teach in LA schools, 1934/02/23: 1
        San Francisco gets first Negro high teacher, 1948/02/27: 2
      The Call of Africa [for teachers] (Between the Lines, commentary by Dean Gordon B. Hancock), 1963/02/01: 4
      civil rights, NEA joins with LDF in supporting teachers' rights, 1968/12/06: 1
      Connecticut, Jessie G. Bradley, Alabama woman name principal of Day School in New Haven (photo), 1967/07/28: 1
      Durham, W. J., attorney for Committee on Teachers Security, gets $500 check as installment on legal fees for the "Briscoe case" (photo), 1952/01/25: 1
      Florida, bias seen in firing of teachers in NAACP suit charging school officials with racial discrimination, 1967/09/22: 3
      Georgia
        Georgia backs down on purge of teachers based on NAACP membership, 1955/08/26: 1
        NAACP to fight Georgia teacher purge in court, 1955/08/12: 1
        teacher in race row keeps job, while Board calls white teacher "indiscreet" but retains her, 1956/11/02: 3
      Hall, Mrs. Pearl Robinson, authority on penmanship visits white teachers' association, 1947/12/05: 6
      integration effects on
        See School Integration, teachers
      Louisiana
        Louisiana law tells teachers what not to join, advocate, 1956/07/20: 7
        New Orleans teacher masterminds school payroll holdup, snatching some $16,000, 1963/03/15: 1
        teacher, Melville Allen, is fire bomber, 1969/05/02: 1
      Maryland teachers vote to admit Negroes to state association, 1951/11/02: 3
      Massachusetts
        Sup't denies teacher fired because of race, 1956/10/12: 6
        teacher "hired by mail" is Negro, and not retained, 1956/09/21: 1
      Mississippi, Jackson teacher, Ernestine Talbert, fired for voter registration activity, loses fight to be rehired, 1962/09/14: 1
      Missouri teachers admitted to white association in surprise move, 1948/11/19: 1
      more Negro educators sought--too few qualify for top administrative posts, 1969/04/25: 1
      must train students for US of the future, not the South of the past, 1957/07/26: 1
      NAACP tells teachers they should not forget NAACP; reminded that NAACP got salaries equalized, 1961/03/10: 1
      Negroes aspiring to teach in college face many difficulties, 1958/05/09: 3
      New Jersey high schools get first Negro teachers, 1946/06/21: 5
      New York City plans to hire 500 displaced Dixie teachers, 1965/09/03: 1
      Ohio, Toledo public schools have 198 Negro teachers, 1959/10/16: 2
      Oklahoma teachers ask fair employment chance as integration is coming, 1954/04/09: 6
      pay/salary
        Alabama equalizes teachers' pay, but not without joker, 1941/02/28: 5
        equal pay, teachers win first big victory in Deep South, 1942/04/10: 7
        Florida
          Florida county to equalize teachers' pay, 1945/11/02: 1
          teachers' pay suit settled out of court, 1943/07/16: 6
        Georgia, Atlanta School Board ordered to open books, 1947/07/11: 1
        Kentucky
          Louisville teachers' pay to equal whites, 1939/05/05: 2
        Louisiana
          equal pay made final by court, legislature, 1948/08/20: 1
          Louisiana parish will equalize teachers' pay, 1948/05/28: 2
          New Orleans teachers win salary suit, 1942/09/11: 1
          teachers launch fight for equal pay (photo), 1947/04/11 Supp: 4
        Mississippi
          "cultural lag" reason for less pay for Mississippi teachers, 1949/12/30: 4
          Mississippi okehs bill for equalizing teachers' pay, 1950/02/24: 1
          teacher to take pay case to Supreme Court, 1951/05/11: 1
          teachers' pay increases due to NAACP, 1959/02/06: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue)
        North Carolina
          again boosts pay of its [Negro] teachers, 1936/02/21: 6
          teachers paid more than whites, 1948/06/04: 1
          teachers spurn NAACP help in adjusting salaries, 1933/12/22: 1
        Some School Districts Oppose Equal Salaries (editorial), 1947/09/12: 4
        South Carolina
          Columbia teachers win equal pay suit, 1945/06/22: 2
          fifth S. Carolina city gives equal pay to teachers, 1945/08/31: 1
        teachers petition for restoration of pay as of 1931-32, 1943/03/19: 1
        Tennessee
          Chattanooga to abolish unequal pay for teachers, 1941/10/03: 1
          Memphis board equalizes teachers wages, 1952/09/12: 1
          Nashville teachers win equal salary suit, 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
        Texas
          Beeville effects equalization of teachers' pay, 1947/08/15: 1
          Corpus Christi
            board to equalize teachers' salaries in September, 1945/05/25: 1
            teachers petition for equal pay; pedagogues express hope case won't have to be taken to court, 1943/03/19: 1
            teachers reelected, get salary increases; equalization of pay with that of white teachers now under way, 1943/05/21: 1
          fifteen rural Texas school teachers get no salary increase, 1945/03/23: 1
          Houston
            Houstonians' pay hiked; teachers' salaries to be fully equalized with whites by 1945, 1943/04/23: 1
            school teachers get salary hike, 1946/08/02: 5
            teachers will get salary hike this year, 1947/08/01: 1
          Luling teachers' salaries equalized, 1947/08/08: 1
          new salary scale for Texas teachers given, 1948/04/02: 4
          salary schedules of Texas districts not equalizing teachers pay are rejected, 1947/08/29: 1
          San Antonio teachers receive grants for summer study, 1965/06/04: 1
        Virginia
          disparity in Va. teachers' pay is unconstitutional, 1940/06/28: 1
          teachers better paid, says report, 1949/01/07: 2
          top Negro teacher pay lower than white minimum, 1947/12/05: 2
        Washington DC teachers worse off now than in 1940, 1947/10/24: 1
      racial discrimination
        Briton, H. J. Weaver, objects to hiring African and Asian teachers, 1959/04/24: 1
        Texas teachers ask end of Southern Association Jim Crow, 1949/12/02: 1
        Virginia Negro teachers oppose abolition of Jim Crow system, 1951/06/15: 1
        white Milwaukee principal quits in protest of discrimination, 1946/03/15: 1
      relief sought for teachers and schools short of funds, 1933/09/01: 1
      School Teacher Doesn't Like This Country (editorial), 1941/12/19: 4
      South Carolina
        Carolina teacher-cheating racket headed by whites, 1949/06/17: 1
        fifth S. Carolina city gives equal pay to teachers, 1945/08/31: 1
        frameup hinted in SC teachers cheating case, 1949/06/24: 1
        NAACP will probe "mistake" jailing of S. Carolina teacher, 1945/11/02: 1
        teacher's case reveals frequent raping by whites; Race women not safe on streets of South Carolina towns, 1945/11/09: 1
        Wilkins, Roy, pledges support for teachers who reject anti-NAACP oath, 1956/05/25: 1
      southern teachers not well trained, have large classes, 1948/05/21: 1
      Substitute Teachers Council
      "Teaching Career Month"
        Douglass fetes four staffers among 30 teachers honored at program (Jo's Jottings), 1964/04/10 Supp: 1
        program set for Friday at St. Philip's College, 1964/04/03: 6
        teachers with 25 years or more of service honored (Jo's Jottings), 1964/04/10 Supp: 1
      Texas
        Gonzales, two Negroes named teachers at Gonzales High School, 1965/04/30: 8 (filmed in 05/07 issue)
        Houston teachers lose CWA jobs, 1934/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue)
        Jefferson, Curtis L., Wacoan heads Cleveland Junior High Math Department, 1960/07/01: 1
        NEA backs Texas teachers in two federal court teacher rights suits, 1970/03/20: 1
        PV and Wiley to be sites of National Teachers Exams, 1957/11/08: 7
        San Antonio
          Ag education teachers in SA interstate meet, 1957/03/01: 1
          Alamo City Teachers Council invites public to visit schools on occasion of National Education Week, 1950/11/03: 6
          annual election of teachers
            all automatically returned to jobs after no complaints filed, 1938/05/06: 1
            ...And the "Black Board" failed [teacher unrest caused by investigations and allegations] (editorial), 1932/09/23: 4
            Hurrah! We're Back in Line [with teacher hiring] (editorial), 1933/07/14: 4
            nuisance (crank) caller adds to annoyances, 1938/05/06: 1
            school board elects teachers for year: tutors' unrest allayed, 1933/07/14: 1
            school board fails to elect teachers, 1938/04/22: 1
            school board forces mud-slingers into open, 1933/07/14: 1
            teachers get protection from vicious rumor-mongers, 1938/04/29: 1
            Teachers Suffer Humiliation Due to "Black Board" (The Echo by V.C.B.), 1932/09/23: 1, 1932/09/30: 1
            they teach again (list of re-elected teachers), 1938/05/06: 1
            Uncertainty Should Be Eliminated (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1938/04/29: 4
            Where Were the "Responsible Persons?" (editorial), 1938/05/06: 4
          Edgewood District Teachers Association is first integrated teachers association in Texas, 1960/04/15: 1
          elementary teachers enrolled in Incarnate Word College workshop, 1951/06/22: 3
          Glosson, Alonzo and Laura, San Antonians get North Dakota teaching posts, 1949/09/02: 6
          local teachers target of housebreakers, 1946/12/06: 1
          mental health workshop set for teachers, 1960/08/12: 6
          NAACP asks school board to integrate SA teachers, 1961/06/02: 1
          outstanding teachers named by students (photo), 1939/06/02: 5
          Santone pedagogues back for classroom duties, 1937/07/16: 7
          The School Board Errs [on married teacher policy] (editorial), 1931/08/21: 4
          should married teachers be barred from teaching?, 1932/12/16: 7
          Teacher's Association [annual meeting in San Antonio] (editorial), 1935/12/06: 4
          teachers graduate from Huston-Tillotson program, 1931/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
          three SA public school principals to work on month-to-month basis, 1940/04/26: 1
        Smith, Jesse A., Gonzales teacher selected for Institute of Biology and RadioBiology to be conducted at U. of Wyoming in the summer, 1958/05/02: 1
        state officials commend theme of teachers' meet, 1940/11/15: 8 (filmed in 11/22 issue)
        study under way of average Texas teacher; research to give profile of state's Negro instructors, 1959/02/20: 1
        teachers added to educational setup at Camp Stanley, 1936/06/19: 1
        teachers attend Teacher's May Festival in Palacios, 1938/05/20: 7
        Texas Tuberculosis Assn. announces two summer school scholarships in health education, 1934/02/02: 1
        vocational, farm workers to meet with teachers at annual meeting of Colored Teachers association, 1940/11/01: 4
        Williams, Samuel B., traveling science teacher
          presents unusual program at Dunbar Junior High School (photo), 1960/03/11: 3
          visits Seguin schools (photo), 1959/10/02: 1
        Wilson County teachers meet at Lavernia, 1941/03/28: 2
      US needs 400 teachers in 55 foreign lands, 1960/08/26: 3
      Virginia Education Association lowers bar partially in offering membership to Negroes on local option basis, 1962/11/16: 1
      Washington, DC teacher eligibility lists merged by Board without regard to race, 1954/07/23: 1
    Teachers State Association of Texas
      See also Colored Teachers State Association of Texas
      Alamo Educational Secretaries hosts TSAT Secretaries section, 1956/12/07: 3
      annual meeting
        Beaumont to host annual teachers session, Nov. 27-29, 1958/10/31: 1
        changes made to program at 79th annual convention at Huston-Tillotson College, 1963/09/27: 1
        panels will be special feature of meet (photo), 1954/11/19: 1
        representatives of Alamo City Teachers Council attend convention, 1961/10/27 Supp: 4
        Smitha, Mrs. Delma H., and Mrs. Melvin Burleson, attend 76th annual meeting (photo), 1960/12/09 Supp: 1
        teachers gather in Beaumont for annual convention, 1958/11/28: 1
      annual meeting, San Antonio
        72nd session held here for three days, 1956/11/30: 1
        Alamo City Teachers Council prepares for state convention to be held in San Antonio, 1956/11/02: 6
        details perfected for 72nd TSAT session here, 1956/11/16: 1
        officials of local Teachers Council confer with TSAT about meeting to be held in SA in November (photo), 1956/10/19: 1
        over 3,000 attend teachers meeting in San Antonio, 1956/12/07: 1
        rooms wanted for teachers convention, 1956/11/16: 6
        Smith, Rev. E. A., and A. Tennyson Miller, featured speakers at annual convention (photo), 1956/11/30: 1
        Steering Committee of San Antonio Metropolitan schools help with TSAT convention here (photo), 1956/11/30: 3
        TSAT Housing Committee says, "thank you" to citizens who opened homes to delegates, 1956/12/07: 6
      Brown, Miss Charles Loraina, elected president of Texas State Students, National Education Association (photo), 1960/12/16 Supp: 1
      executive secretary misses at least 5 teacher jobs lost to integration, 1955/11/11: 1
      Henry, J. S., TSAT candidate for first vice president, sets forth platform, 1959/01/23: 6
      Jackson, C. Emerson, as President of TSAT, will preside over annual session in Beaumont (photo), 1958/10/31: 3
      Mays, Dr. Benjamin E., Morehouse president and Dr. A. W. Dent, Dillard president, top educators are featured speakers at annual convention here (photo), 1956/11/23: 1
      McDaniel, Vernon, executive secretary speaks at Alamo City Teachers Council, 1959/09/04: 6, 1959/09/18: 6, 1961/03/17: 6
      Miller, A. Tennyson, Port Arthrur school principal installed as president (photo), 1955/12/02: 1
      Rossi, Delores T., San Antonian elected head of Texas State Secretaries subdivision, 1955/12/02: 1
      Southwest District
        annual district meeting set for Friday in San Antonio, 1963/03/08: 1
        annual meeting draws record attendance, 1963/03/15: 1
        organized; Bexar, Adjoining Counties Association holds final session, becomes new district organization, 1960/03/18: 1
        present and past officers pictured (photo), 1960/04/01: 3
      Sowells, Joyce D., elected second vice president (photo), 1961/12/15 Supp: 2
      St. Philip's College choir to sing at annual musical, 1960/11/25: 6
      Texas teachers oppose delay, circumvention of Supreme Court edict, 1954/12/03: 1
      Turbon, E. L., moderator of college section panel discussion (photo), 1955/12/02: 6
      Yancy, Dr. J. W., II
        See Yancy, Dr. J. W., II (President of Paul Quinn College)
    Teachers Unions
      AFL Teachers Union outlaws Jim Crow locals, 1953/08/28: 1
      Georgia teacher locals to lose union charters unless changes are made, 1953/09/04: 1
      State Colored Teachers' Association President pleads for union of pedagogues at summer school, 1936/07/31: 5
    Teague, Adelia Nelson
      notice of death, 1965/12/24: 8
    Teagues, Mrs. Iona
      short illness claims Mrs. Teagues, 1944/10/13: 6
    Teal, Joe Allen
      notice of death, 1968/01/05: 10 (filmed in 01/12 issue)
    Tealer, Loranshiel
      ex-convict slain by Booker T. Greenwood, man he "looks for" (photo), 1958/05/02: 1
      jealous lover, Booker T. Greenwood, guilty of killing rival, given 25 years for slaying of Tealer (photo), 1958/11/21: 1
    Tealer, Tom
      notice of death, 1967/02/10: 4
    Teamsters' Union
    Teas, Mary B.
      final rites held, 1962/10/05: 3
      notice of death, 1962/10/12: 8
    Tease, Julius Caesar
      notice of death, 1965/09/24: 8 (filmed in 10/1 issue)
      rites to be held Saturday, 1965/09/17: 1
    Tease, Katherine
      notice of death, 1965/04/16: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue)
    Tease, Robert
      notice of death, 1968/11/15: 10 (filmed in 11/22 issue)
    Tease, William E. (Billy)
      eight-month illness claims him, 1957/04/05: 1
    Tease, Woodie
      notice of death, 1961/06/16: 8
    Teen Age Canteen
      See also Teen Age Canteen Parents Club
      activity agenda presented to members, 1962/01/26 Supp: 2, 1969/09/26: 6
      annual sub-deb formal ball
        16th annual sub-deb formal ball honors SA high school graduates, 1962/06/08 Supp: 1
        "A Night in the Orient" is theme for annual graduation ball, 1967/06/09: 8
        annual formal dance for high school seniors held, 1962/06/01 Supp: 3
        high school graduates honored at formal Sub-Deb Ball (photo), 1962/06/08 Supp: 3
        regulations issued for graduation ball at La Casita, 1963/05/31: 6
        Roberts, Debra, wins "Miss Teenage Canteen" at annual Graduation Ball (Jo's Jottings), 1967/06/09: 8
      Austin trip planned, 1950/03/10: 2
      completes formal ball plans at May 24 meeting, 1958/05/23: 6
      dance hop set for Monday, June 1, 1959/05/29: 7
      Doll Show
        Alpha Tau Omega chapter of AKA presents unique doll show, 1949/04/08 Supp: 2
        "queen" contestants (photo), 1949/04/15 Supp: 3
        set for April 5, 1949/04/01: 6
        unique doll show (real-live dolls), 1949/04/01 Supp: 1
      graduates
        25th graduation ball hosted for members in La Villita (Jo's Jottings), 1970/06/05: 8
        annual graduation ball honors spring high school graduates (photo), 1970/06/12: 9
        honored with fete, 1969/06/13: 8
      Greathouse, Clarece, crowned `Miss Teen-Age Canteen', 1968/06/14: 6
      Halloween
        Halloween dance set, 1959/10/23: 6
        Halloween party held, 1966/11/04: 9
      Help Others Paper Club organized, 1948/03/12: 8
      holds first annual Yuletide ball, 1947/01/10: 4
      holiday formal, plans completed, 1964/11/20: 3
      initiation service held, 1961/05/05 Supp: 3
        Jo's Jottings, 1966/01/28 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1946, 1946/01/18 Supp: 4, 1946/01/25 Supp: 1, 1946/02/15 Supp: 4, 1946/02/22 Supp: 3, 1946/03/01 Supp: 3, 1946/03/08 Supp: 2, 1946/03/29 Supp: 4, 1946/04/12 Supp: 3, 1946/05/03 Supp: 2, 1946/05/17: 6, 1946/05/24 Supp: 3, 1946/06/14: 4, 1946/06/21 Supp: 3, 1946/07/12: 5, 1946/07/19 Supp: 2, 1946/09/20 Supp: 2, 1946/10/18 Supp: 2, 1946/11/01: 6, 1946/11/08: 4 (Section 2), 1946/11/15: 7, 1946/11/22 Supp: 2, 1946/12/13: 4, 1946/12/20 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1947, 1947/01/10: 6, 1947/01/24 Supp: 4, 1947/03/07 Supp: 2, 1947/05/16: 4, 1947/10/03: 2, 1947/11/14: 2, 1947/12/19: 2
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/23 Supp: 2, 1948/02/06 Supp: 3, 1948/02/13: 2, 1948/02/27 Supp: 3, 1948/03/12 Supp: 3, 1948/03/19 Supp: 4, 1948/04/02 Supp: 2, 1948/04/09 Supp: 4, 1948/04/23: 2, 1948/04/30 Supp: 3, 1948/05/07: 2, 1948/05/21 Supp: 2, 1948/06/11 Supp: 2, 1948/11/12: 2
      meetings in 1950, 1950/05/19: 2, 1950/12/01: 4
      meetings in 1953, 1953/02/06: 4
      meetings in 1957, 1957/03/08: 6, 1957/05/10: 6, 1957/05/24: 6
      meetings in 1958, 1958/02/07: 6, 1958/03/07: 6, 1958/03/28: 6, 1958/04/18: 6, 1958/10/24: 6, 1958/11/07: 6, 1958/11/21: 4, 1958/12/05: 6, 1958/12/05: 7
      meetings in 1959, 1959/01/16: 6, 1959/02/13: 6, 1959/03/20: 7
      meetings in 1960, 1960/04/15: 6, 1960/05/06: 6, 1960/05/20: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/02/10: 7, 1961/03/03 Supp: 4, 1961/03/17: 6, 1961/06/02: 7
      meetings in 1962, 1962/01/12 Supp: 2, 1962/02/16: 6, 1962/03/02: 6, 1962/03/09: 6, 1962/03/16 Supp: 3, 1962/03/30 Supp: 2, 1962/04/06 Supp: 3, 1962/05/11 Supp: 2, 1962/05/25: 7, 1962/12/21: 6
      meetings in 1963, 1963/02/22: 6, 1963/03/01: 6, 1963/03/15 Supp: 3, 1963/03/29 Supp: 3, 1963/04/26: 6, 1963/05/10: 6, 1963/05/17: 7, 1963/10/11: 7, 1963/11/01: 6, 1963/11/22: 6, 1963/12/06: 6
      meetings in 1964, 1964/02/07: 6, 1964/04/17 Supp: 2 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1964/04/24 Supp: 2, 1964/05/08: 6
      meetings in 1965, 1965/01/22: 6, 1965/03/12: 6, 1965/03/19: 6, 1965/04/23: 6, 1965/10/01: 7, 1965/10/08 Supp: 3, 1965/11/19: 6, 1965/12/03: 7, 1965/12/17: 6
      meetings in 1966, 1966/04/01: 6, 1966/09/30: 8, 1966/10/07: 8, 1966/10/28: 8, 1966/12/09: 9
      meetings in 1967, 1967/04/28: 9, 1967/05/12: 4
      meetings in 1968, 1968/02/02: 8, 1968/02/23: 8, 1968/05/17: 9, 1968/07/19: 8, 1968/10/25: 8, 1968/11/22: 8
      meetings in 1969, 1969/09/19: 9, 1969/10/10: 8, 1969/10/24: 6
      meetings in 1970, 1970/03/13: 9, 1970/03/20: 8, 1970/04/17: 8, 1970/04/24: 6, 1970/05/08: 6, 1970/05/22: 9
      New Year's Eve party (Jo's Jottings), 1946/01/11 Supp: 1
      over 400 make merry at annual Crystal Ball, 1958/01/10: 6
      projects set for the year, 1968/10/18: 9
      Spaights, James A., II, former Teen Age Canteen member entertained while here on concert tour (photo), 1959/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
      spring activities planned, 1961/02/03 Supp: 2
      St. Patrick Day dance held March 22 at YWCA, 1957/03/15: 3
      Tamale Queen
        Ollison, Patricia, is leading contestant for tamale queen of the Canteen, 1963/03/22 Supp: 3
          Jo's Jottings, 1963/03/15 Supp: 1
      tamale-rama held, 1961/05/12 Supp: 4
    Teen Age Canteen Parents Club
      Blue Book Directory
        chairmen of project listed, 1950/04/28: 6
        listings still available, 1950/06/02: 6
        social register lists activities, 1950/05/12: 6
      plan for annual show at canteen, 1950/03/10: 2
    Teen Age Pace Setters Club
      Hudspeth, Armeania ("Mimi"), crowned queen by runner-up, Jean Grant, at dance (photo), 1969/08/08: 8
      observes 2nd anniversary with a picnic in Austin (photo), 1968/07/12: 7
    Teenage Constructive Club
      meetings in 1946, 1946/01/18 Supp: 4, 1946/02/08 Supp: 2, 1946/03/29 Supp: 4
    The Teenage Moonlighters
      Club Bel-Air features new SA singing group, 1957/02/08: 7
      headed for the "big time" (photo), 1957/07/12: 7
      new SA group to be sponsored by recently organized club, Seven Rosettes (photo), 1957/02/15: 6
    Teenagers
    TEL Neighborhood Guild
      18th anniversary, plans completed for observance, 1961/05/19 Supp: 1
      annual Christmas party, more than 70 persons attend, 1960/12/16 Supp: 3
      annual picnic held, 1960/06/17: 6, 1961/06/16 Supp: 1
      meetings in 1944, 1944/02/18: 8 (filmed in 02/25 issue)
      meetings in 1945, 1945/04/20: 6, 1945/06/01: 7, 1945/08/31: 6, 1945/11/02: 6, 1945/11/16: 7
      meetings in 1946, 1946/01/11: 6, 1946/02/15: 8, 1946/03/01 Supp: 3, 1946/03/29 Supp: 4, 1946/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue), 1946/05/03 Supp: 2, 1946/05/17 Supp: 2, 1946/05/31 Supp: 3, 1946/06/21 Supp: 4, 1946/06/28 Supp: 2, 1946/07/12: 5, 1946/07/26: 8, 1946/09/20 Supp: 4, 1946/10/18 Supp: 3, 1946/11/22: 8, 1946/12/20 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1947, 1947/03/07 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/09: 2, 1948/02/06 Supp: 2, 1948/03/12 Supp: 3, 1948/04/30: 2, 1948/07/23 Supp: 3, 1948/10/29: 5, 1948/12/03: 2
      meetings in 1949, 1949/01/07: 4, 1949/03/18 Supp: 4, 1949/04/08 Supp: 2, 1949/05/20 Supp: 2, 1949/06/17 Supp: 4, 1949/07/22 Supp: 2, 1949/08/12 Supp: 3, 1949/08/26 Supp: 2, 1949/09/30: 4
      meetings in 1950, 1950/01/06: 6, 1950/03/17: 6, 1950/11/17: 7
      meetings in 1951, 1951/05/18: 7
      meetings in 1952, 1953/01/02: 6
      meetings in 1953, 1953/11/06: 6, 1953/12/11 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1956, 1956/07/27: 6
      meetings in 1957, 1957/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue)
      meetings in 1958, 1958/02/21: 6, 1958/05/16: 6, 1958/10/24: 6, 1958/11/14: 6
      meetings in 1959, 1959/02/20: 6, 1959/02/27: 4, 1959/05/15: 6, 1959/07/24: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1960/03/18: 6, 1960/04/15: 6, 1960/09/16: 6, 1960/10/14 Supp: 2, 1960/11/18: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/01/20 Supp: 3, 1961/02/17: 6, 1961/03/17: 7, 1961/04/14: 6, 1961/10/20: 6, 1961/12/15: 7
      meetings in 1962, 1962/01/19 Supp: 3, 1962/02/16: 7, 1962/03/16 Supp: 4, 1962/04/20 Supp: 3, 1962/05/18: 6, 1962/06/15 Supp: 3, 1962/09/14 Supp: 1, 1962/10/19 Supp: 4, 1962/11/16: 6
      meetings in 1963, 1963/02/15: 6, 1963/03/15: 6, 1963/05/17: 6, 1963/11/22: 7
      meetings in 1964, 1961/11/17 Supp: 2, 1964/01/17 Supp: 2, 1964/02/14: 6, 1964/04/17 Supp: 2 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1964/09/18: 6, 1964/11/20: 3
      meetings in 1965, 1965/03/19: 6, 1965/09/24: 6, 1965/10/15 Supp: 4, 1965/12/17 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1967, 1967/11/24: 8
      meetings in 1968, 1968/03/22: 8, 1968/12/20: 6
      meetings in 1969, 1969/01/17: 9, 1969/02/14: 8, 1969/03/14: 8, 1969/04/18: 9, 1969/05/16: 8, 1969/11/14: 6
      to present musicale, 1945/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue)
      sponsors progressive dinner, 1946/11/01 Supp: 4
    Television
      ABC Television and Stereo Rentals, management donates Thanksgiving turkeys to needy (photo), 1967/12/01: 4
      ABC-TV
        ABC news program has 10 minority group trainees, 1970/02/13: 7
        Goode, Malvin R., Negro newscaster hired with assignment to the United Nations, 1962/09/07: 1
        Negro newscaster to be hired from a list of eight names , 1962/08/24: 3
        Robinson, Jackie, chosen as first Negro baseball announcer [Jackie Scores Another "First"] (The Sports Parade, column), 1965/03/26: 5
      Albert, Don, South's first Negro TV producer and director, 1955/07/08: 4
      Allen, Roy
        CBS Television hires first Negro stage manager, 1956/01/20: 7
        TV stage manager for CBS "The Morning Show" (photo), 1956/01/20: 1
      Amos and Andy
      Anderson, Marian, life story told as she makes debut on TV, 1952/04/04: 6
      authentic TV series on Negro in West is set, 1969/09/05: 7
      BBC slates all-Negro musicals for TV, 1964/08/07: 6
      "Black Nativity," musical by Langston Hughes, to be aired as special network telecast, 1962/12/28: 3
      "Bride and Groom" show has first Negro wedding, 1952/12/26: 6
      CBS-TV
        airs all-Negro drama "The Challenge" (photo), 1954/07/02: 3
        Allen, Roy
          CBS Television hires first Negro stage manager, 1956/01/20: 7
          TV stage manager for CBS "The Morning Show" (photo), 1956/01/20: 1
        'Black Heritage' series
          called "perversion" of history by NAACP executive director, Roy Wilkins, 1969/01/17: 1
          distorts Negro past, NAACP charges, 1969/05/16: 1
          moves into 40s, 50s in August, 1969/08/01: 6
        Black Muslims accused of beating CBS black newsman, Ben Holman, 1963/05/24: 1
        CBS says "nuts" to Negro-hating Gov. Talmadge, who protests use of mixed quartet on Arthur Godfrey Show, 1952/01/18: 7
        Connell, Pat, first Negro named to network staff, 1961/03/03: 6
        dance team, Coles and Akins, make television history appearing in first color broadcast on CBS (photo), 1954/01/22: 3
        'Of Black America' series
          "Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed" segment receives Robert F. Kennedy Broadcast Journalism Award, 1969/07/04: 1
          follows teeners on four-week African trip, 1968/08/16: 6
          traces 'Heritage of Slavery,' 1968/08/09: 5
          TV series gets NAACP award, 1968/10/04: 6
        presents four-part drama on race question, 1963/10/04: 7
        TV National Citizenship Test set for Nov. 9, 1965/11/05: 1
      "Conversations in Black" is new TV series, 1969/09/05: 6
      Emmy Awards, four Negroes nominated for, 1964/05/15: 7
      Gay 49ers Square Dancers on TV, Thursday, Jan. 11, 1951/01/05: 7
      Hilliard, Lee, San Antonian on Dick Clark Show, 1960/02/19: 7
      Houston station telecasting two Negro shows, 1954/12/31: 1
      Hughes, Harold, Houston youth given television contract in Los Angeles (photo), 1949/05/06: 1
      job opportunities for Negroes in TV go unfilled, 1966/07/29: 7
      "Julia," comedy series starring Diahann Carroll, to have Negro writers, 1968/05/10: 7
      Kaiser, Inez, Kansas City, appointed membership chair for minorities of American Women in Radio and Television, 1970/05/01: 11
      KENS-TV, airs 'The Desegregated Heart,' 1968/08/30: 6
      KEYL-TV
        Ethel Waters stars as "Beulah" on KEYL-TV, 1950/10/27: 6
        San Antonio Transit Company on TV in nation-wide celebration of 100 years of city public transportation in America, 1951/09/21: 7
        three Register newsies on TV over KEYL, 1950/10/27: 7
      Kit Carson in new thriller on 'Coke' TV show, 1951/11/23: 7
      KLRN-TV
        "Black Girl" premieres, 1969/11/07: 9
        "Black Journal"
          segments to be repeated, 1969/06/20: 7, 1969/07/25: 8
          television program on KLRN features panel discussion with Jackie Robinson, Bill Russell, and Arthur Ashe, 1969/12/26: 5
        black-white confrontation film, "In the Company of Men," reports efforts to overcome "boy syndrome" in southern auto factory, 1970/02/06: 6
        Channel 9 to play "Trumpets of the Lord," internationally acclaimed Negro musical, 1969/12/19: 7
        Christmas boycott to be explored, 1963/12/06: 7
        churches, religion to be discussed, 1963/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
        Nina Simone's British debut on Saturday, 1969/08/29: 8
        'On Being Black' debuts, 1969/09/26: 9
        salute to Huston-Tillotson College, 1969/08/01: 9
        San Antonio high schools spotlighted on new KLRN-TV program, "High School Review," 1970/02/06: 8
        "Soul" variety show has TV debut, 1970/02/06: 9
        The Three Degrees vocal trio appear on "Soul" on KLRN-TV (photo), 1970/02/06: 8
        "World of Piri Thomas" on July 7, 1969/07/04: 7
        and YWCA, sponsor "Great Decisions" series, 1965/02/05: 6
      KONO-TV to be sold for $10,500,000, 1967/08/04: 6
      Lomax, Louis E., stars on his own TV show, 1965/03/05: 7
      modern math for parents series on Channel 9, 1965/02/26: 7
      NAACP charges TV 'fair play' a myth, 1950/06/02: 1
      National Educational Television's "Black Journal," William Greaves is host, and Louis A. Potter is editor (photos), 1968/07/12: 6
      NBC-TV
        calls protest Montgomery, Alabama, rigging charge utterly ridiculous, 1960/05/20: 2
        civil rights documentary draws mixed reviews, 1963/09/13: 1
        hires television's first Negro salesman, John F. Small, 1965/03/05: 1
        Linkletter, Art
          with actress Gail Fisher, spotlights pool hustlers on "Life With Linkletter" (photo), 1970/05/08: 5
          meets Military Wife of the Year, Mrs. Gussie Smith Sanford, Chicago (photo), 1970/05/08: 6
        Negro added to Huntley-Brinkley report staff, 1963/10/18: 8 (filmed in 10/25 issue)
        presents 3-hour special on rights issue, 1963/08/30: 3
      Negro models to be used on TV this fall, 1962/09/14: 3
      Negro technicians win position in television, 1960/04/08: 2
      New Orleans
        Negro staffers at all NO TV stations, 1968/10/04: 5
        racists direct hate drive against TV artists, 1959/02/27: 1
        WMOM-TV has Negro in top post as assistant director and producer of special programs, 1967/09/22: 9
      New York showman, Leonard Reed, is first Negro TV-film producer, 1954/09/10: 2
      no racial bias asked as requirement for TV-equipped theatres, 1953/04/10: 2
      racial discrimination
        Cole, Nat King, rips TV networks for not hiring Negro artists, 1961/11/03: 1
        court action urged against network bias, 1969/04/11: 1
        more Negroes on TV, but none heads own show, 1963/11/29: 7
        NYC commission concerned over few Negroes in television, 1968/03/29: 1
        'Sippi Negroes win hearing on TV bias, 1966/04/08: 6
        TV union, networks set new policy for Negro opportunity in television, 1951/07/27: 4
        two-hour TV boycott held over job bias, 1955/03/04: 3
      Rhoden, George, former Olympic champ a "first" on TV commercial, 1960/11/04: 5
      Robinson, Jackie on TV with Marie Wilson of "My Friend Irma" Sunday Sept. 30, 1951/09/28: 7
      "This is Your Life" show on Dr. Lawrence C. Jones, president of Piney Woods school, receives $400,000 in contributions, 1954/12/31: 7
      three Register newsies on TV over KEYL, 1950/10/27: 7
      Turner, Clyde, recent Bell Telephone Hour performer, directs Broadway extravaganza, 1961/11/10: 6
      "TV Gospel Time," first weekly all-Negro television program, to be shown in 50 markets (photo), 1964/06/12: 7
      Waters, Ethel, as "Beulah"
      White Citizens Council pressure causes "doctoring" of TV lynch drama, 1956/05/11: 1
      white Indiana TV star fired when Brownie Scouts hurl racial insult, 1953/03/27: 6
      Wilson, Marie, of "My Friend Irma," on TV with Jackie Robinson " Sunday Sept. 30, 1951/09/28: 7
      WOAI-TV
        Black, Rev. Claude William, Jr., with Archie H. Johnson, Jr., to appear on WOAI-TV in the interests of the state NAACP meeting, 1953/10/09: 1
        Brown, Julia, counterspy, tells her experiences in the Communist Party on WOAI-TV, 1962/09/28: 7
        citizenship test set for Sunday, 1966/08/05: 7
        human relations panel
          another human relations panel on TV, 1960/03/25: 7
          panelists named for National Conference of Christians and Jews presentation, 1960/02/05: 7
        'Minority Report' new feature, 1969/11/07: 8
        St. Philip's College featured in TV program series about educational and cultural opportunities available in San Antonio, 1961/12/22: 3
    Temple Baptist Church
      news in 1950, 1950/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue), 1950/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue)
      news in 1952, 1952/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue), 1952/07/25: 6, 1952/08/01: 8 (filmed in 08/08 issue), 1952/08/08: 8 (filmed in 08/15 issue), 1952/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue), 1952/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/19 issue), 1952/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue), 1952/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue)
      Percy, Rev. R.Talmadge, announces move to temporary location (photo), 1952/06/20: 4
    Temple Beth El
      Interfaith Banquet set for Jan. 26, 1956/01/20: 6
    Temple University (Philadelphia)
      Brooklyn woman first Negro on Temple faculty, 1953/10/02: 1
    Ten-O-One Club
      changes name from Club Kiwanis, 1947/04/11 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/23 Supp: 2, 1948/04/30 Supp: 2
    Ten O'Clock Coffee Social and Civic Club
      closes out year with meeting and New Year's party (Jo's Jottings), 1970/01/16: 8
      meetings in 1968, 1968/07/19: 8
      meetings in 1969, 1969/02/21: 9, 1969/03/07: 8
      meetings in 1970, 1970/01/30: 8, 1970/02/20: 8, 1970/03/13: 9, 1970/04/17: 8, 1970/05/08: 8
    Ten O'Clock Social Club
      meetings in 1968, 1968/06/21: 8, 1968/08/23: 8, 1968/09/27: 8, 1968/10/18: 8, 1968/12/06: 8
      meetings in 1969, 1969/06/20: 8
    Ten of Hearts Club
      meetings in 1931, 1931/10/30: 6, 1931/11/06: 3, 1931/11/20: 7, 1931/11/27: 6, 1931/12/04: 6, 1931/12/25: 6
      meetings in 1932, 1932/04/22: 6, 7, 1932/05/06: 7, 1932/06/10: 5
    Ten Virgins Charity Club
      celebrates first anniversary, 1933/04/21: 6
      meetings in 1932, 1932/09/30: 6, 1932/10/07: 7, 1932/10/28: 6, 1932/11/11: 6, 1932/12/23: 7, 1932/12/30: 6
      meetings in 1933, 1933/01/20: 6, 1933/02/03: 7, 1933/10/06: 7
      meetings in 1934, 1934/01/26: 7
      Thanksgiving activities, 1932/12/09: 6
    Tennal, Martha
      dies at her residence, 1932/04/15: 8 (filmed in 04/22 issue)
    Tennard, Ruth Ann
      notice of death, 1960/09/23: 8
      year-old-girl drowns while mother, Mary Ann Tennard, talks on phone, 1960/09/16: 1
    Tennell, Charlie
      rites held Monday, 1948/04/30: 8
    Tennell, Harold
      Negro is Brackenridge High's most valuable football player, 1959/02/06: 5
    Tennell, Cpl. Oliver W.
      another San Antonio GI killed in Korea, 1950/09/29: 1
      rites Monday for San Antonio GI killed in Korea, was second SA Negro to die, 1951/07/27: 1
    Tennessee State A&I College (Nashville, TN)
      approved for flying training for Air Force ROTC cadets (photo), 1958/04/25: 1
      Davis, Dr. Walter S., president receives appreciation plaque (photo), 1965/05/14: 2
      Fisk and Tennessee State coeds will assist with Silver Convention of Alpha Phi Alpha in Nashville (photo), 1935/12/27: 2
      football team (Tigers), winner of W. A. Scott, II, Memorial Trophy, 1965/12/10: 5
      freedom riders
        14 freedom riders expelled, 1961/06/23: 1
        ousted A&I student 'riders' win right to a hearing, 1962/01/12: 1
      Hale, Dr. W. J., president, congratulated on recent achievements (photo), 1935/11/15: 8 (filmed in 12/06 issue)
      Kean, Henry A., famed college coach dies of heart attack, 1955/12/23: 5
      Tieuel, Robert C.B., dismissed for articles in student publication, 1934/03/23: 5
      W. A. Scott, II Memorial Trophy goes to A&I (photo), 1967/03/10: 5
      Wilkinson, P. S., Jr., leaves for college (photo), 1945/09/21: 8
    Tennessee Valley Authority
      Decision by Supreme Court on Constitutionality of TVA Suit Delayed (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1936/02/14: 4
      Ruling Handed Down, TVA Wins (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1936/02/21: 4
    Tennis
      See also specific colleges
      See also West End Tennis Club
      Alamo Athletic Association leagues
        champions crowned in AAA city tennis meet, 1938/07/08: 3
      Alamo City Tennis Club
        Alamo netmen bop Kelly AFB, 1957/06/14: 5
        Alamo netters bow to BAMC, 1955/08/12: 5
        Alamo netters outpoint Lackland, 1955/07/22: 5
        Austin netters get revenge against Alamo City Tennis Club, 1940/08/16: 3
        beat Kelly Field, 8-0, 1955/06/10: 5
        city tennis meet set for June 24-27, 1954/06/18: 5
        Lackland AFB netters edge Alamo Tennis Club, 1955/06/24: 5
        Lackland netters bow to Alamo Tennis Club, 1957/06/28: 5
        Lackland netters turn tables on Alamo racketers, 1957/07/19: 5
        Newman, John, dominates Alamo City Tennis meet, 1957/08/23: 5
        TSU team meets Alamo City Tennis Club team here Sunday, 1954/04/09: 5
        winners accept trophies donated by Pearl Brewery and A & R Axle Service (photo), 1957/08/23: 5
        winners of annual tournament pictured (photo), 1954/07/09: 5
        Woods, Leon, wins net title during annual Alamo City Tennis Club's tournament, 1954/07/02: 5
      American Tennis Association
        announces tentative tennis tournaments for Negroes, 1939/04/28: 3
        annual meet to be held at Wilberforce, 1949/04/22: 5
        ATA again ranks Althea and Robert Ryland No. 1 players, 1956/12/28: 5
        east and west tops in ATA junior tournament (photo), 1955/09/16: 3
        first annual juniors' tournament set for Durham (photo), 1955/08/05: 3
        Johnson, Dr. R. Walter "Whirlwind," presents recent Southeastern District Tournament winners (photo), 1964/07/17: 5
        Johnson, Clifton, wins intercollegiate tournament (photo), 1960/09/02: 5
        Logan, Bonnie, net queen may not be able to defend title, 1968/08/02: 5
        national net meet moved to Lincoln University, 1942/07/24: 3
        national tennis championships set for August, 1968/04/12: 5
        rates George Stewart, Althea Gibson top netters, 1953/12/25: 5
        seven of top ten in national tennis meet, 1942/08/21: 3
      Ashe, Arthur
      Atlanta City Tennis Tournament
        race bars crashed at Atlanta tennis center and in city tennis tournament, 1962/06/01: 5
        Stockard, Bessie, in quarter-finals, 1962/06/08: 5
      Austin netters play here Sunday, 1940/08/09: 3
      Budge, Don, has too much tennis for Jimmie McDaniels, 1940/08/09: 3
      Byers, Thomas "Shorty," CIAA net champ goes into Navy, 1944/06/02: 3
      Camp Founders headquarters gets new tennis court, 1945/05/18: 3
      city tournament (San Antonio, TX)
        to be staged June 20-25, 1938/06/10: 3
        Brown upsets Bailey to cop city tennis title (photos), 1940/09/06: 3
        Central wins net tourney, 1949/07/08: 3, 1953/07/24: 5
        champs, runners up in net tourney (photo), 1947/09/05: 3
        city "reck" tennis meet at Central, 1953/07/10: 5
        city tennis meet in final round, 1941/09/26: 2
        city tennis tournament to get under way Thursday, 1951/08/10: 5
        date of city net meet changed to June 23-26, 1948/06/18: 3
        donors to net tourney listed, 1953/07/03: 5
        Ellis, David "Junior" and Vincent Collins battle for city net crown (photo), 1947/07/18: 3
        held at Central Playground, July 11-13, 1947/07/04: 3
        mixed doubles added to SA net tourney, 1957/08/09: 5
        net meet set for Aug. 16-18, 1957/08/02: 5
        net meet under way at Woodlawn Park, 1954/06/25: 5
        Pearl Brewery donates singles trophy for tournament (photo), 1957/08/09: 5
        play under way for City tennis title, 1940/08/30: 3
        playground net meet set for July 21, 22, 1954/07/09: 5
        preparations under way for annual meet, 1953/06/12: 5
        rain washes out SA-PV tennis matches, 1947/05/02: 3
        SA city tennis tourney set for Aug. 16-19, 1951/08/03: 5
        San Antonio tennis singles champion still undetermined, 1951/08/24: 5
        tennis meet finals set for today, tomorrow, 1938/07/01: 3
        tennis meet for city crown under way, 1938/06/24: 3
        tennis meet gets under way, 1947/07/11: 3
        tennis meet July 1-5, 1948/06/11: 3
        West End netters upset Central for city crown, 1950/07/07: 3
        Woods, Leon, cops city net title, 1948/07/02: 3, 1953/07/03: 5
      Curtis, Pvt. Samuel S., Texas GI wins tennis tourney, 1953/09/25: 5
      Davis, Bill
        ATA champion wins in international tennis, 1960/05/06: 5
        wins again in English tennis tourney, 1960/06/03: 5
      former national tennis champion, Lloyd Scott, to play here Monday, 1938/07/01: 3
      Gibson, Althea
      Highland Park Tennis Tournament (San Antonio, TX)
        Hernandez, Johnny, beats Cliff Hardeman in final, 1961/07/28: 5
        subteen champion, runnerup (photo), 1961/07/28: 5
        tennis tourney standouts (photo), 1961/07/28: 5
      Hudlin, Richard, ex-Big 10 ace sues to halt Jim Crow meet, 1945/07/13: 3
      Jackson, Nathaniel, winner in Southern Tennis Championship, 1933/08/11: 3
      Johnson, Clifton
      Johnson, Oscar, wins California tennis title, 1949/09/23: 3
      Ketchum, Charles, Phillis Wheatley, wins Gulf Coast tourney singles crown, 1962/05/04: 5
      Lawn Tennis Ass'n bars Race stars from Coast meet, 1940/10/04: 3
      links, tennis courts opened, pools closed to Negroes; City Council passes pool segregation ordinace by 5 to 2 vote, 1954/06/25: 1
      Logan, Bennie, Carolina girl is first of Race to win a US Lawn Tennis Association title, 1962/08/17: 5
      McDaniels, Jimmie
      National Indoor Tennis meet set for Hampton Institute with $25,000 purse, 1970/02/13: 5
      National Interscholastic Tennis Tournament gets under way, Friday, with Arthur Ashe, Jr., defending his title, 1958/05/16: 5
      National Junior Tennis Tournament
        award time for champs (photo), 1959/08/14: 5
        trophies donated by Coca-Cola Company, a co-sponsor of the event (photo), 1957/08/02: 3
      National Public Parks Tournament
        LA Negro, Doug Sykes, wins junior tennis crown, 1961/07/21: 5
        three Negroes compete in, 1947/09/05: 3
      Negro girl wins Hartford tennis crown, 1949/08/12: 3
      Prairie View Annual Intercollegiate Relays and Tennis Tournament
      Prairie View Annual Southwestern Open Tennis Tournament
      Prairie View Interscholastic League
        See Prairie View Interscholastic League (PVIL), tennis
      Randolph netters whip SA club, 1950/05/19: 3
      Rice, Vernon Eugene, ex-Lion tennis champ attends Huston-Tillotson College, 1964/09/25: 5
      Ryland, Robert (Bob)
        ATA again ranks Althea and Robert Ryland No. 1 players, 1956/12/28: 5
        wins men's ATA singles championship, Althea Gibson wins women's, 1956/08/31: 5
        wins men's singles championship, Althea Gibson wins women's, 1956/08/31: 5
      SA, Austin net stars meet, Sunday, 1940/06/14: 3
      SA netters play in Houston, 1944/09/08: 3
      San Antonio Tennis Tournament
        Negroes play in city tennis tournament, 1953/08/07: 5
      Santone net title goes to Artman Bland, 1939/09/01: 3
      Scott, Lloyd
      Segura, Francisco (Pancho), net ace barred from South Africa because of Indian blood, 1953/08/14: 5
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson
        Lawson, Agnes, 1940/09/27: 3
        Lomax, Flora, 1940/05/17: 3, 1941/08/15: 2
        McDaniels, Jimmie, 1940/07/26: 3, 1940/09/27: 3, 1941/07/11: 3
      Stewart, George
        Althea Gibson, George Stewart win net titles, 1950/05/12: 3
        with Althea Gibson rated by ATA as top netters, 1953/12/25: 5
        Panamanian netter ranked No. 1 by ATA, 1948/05/07: 4
      Tampa, Florida, Negroes play in City Tennis Tournament for first time, 1962/06/08: 5
      ten Texans playing in Southeastern Junior Tennis Tournament, 1958/07/18: 5
      tennis fans asked to register for tennis club formation, 1938/05/27: 3
      tennis meet finals set for today, tomorrow, 1938/07/01: 3
      Washington, Ora, woman tennis great of yesteryears now lives in virtual obscurity, 1957/05/17: 5
      Wilkerson, John
        ex-Lion tennis state champion, wins for PV, 1958/03/21: 5
        SA's John Wilkerson and Cliff Johnson win SWAC doubles crown for PV, 1959/05/15: 5
      Wilkins, Marjorie, trophy winner in Alamo Tennis Association tournament (photo), 1953/07/17 Supp: 2
      Williams, Carolyn, and John McGill, tan pair takes Dayton Open doubles crown, 1962/08/17: 5
      Williams, Joe, North Carolina College, keeps win string intact, gets 50th victory, 1964/05/29: 5
      Williams, Lorraine
      Woods, Leon
      Wright, Sgt. James H., Jr., and Pvt. Harold W. Jones, win Lackland doubles tournament (photo), 1948/10/15: 4
    Tennyson, John
      civilian worker retires from BAMC, 1955/12/23: 1
    Tent No. 119, Court of Calanthe
    Terpsichorean Social Club
      bids are available for young men 'debonairs' at annual dance (Jo's Jottings), 1962/11/16 Supp: 4
      breakfast held on New Year's Day (Jo's Jottings), 1968/01/12: 8
      Chrysanthemum Ball
        1st Chrysanthemum Ball honors four young San Antonio College men, 1961/12/15 Supp: 1
        5th annual ball held, 1965/12/03: 6
          Jo's Jottings, 1965/11/26 Supp: 1
        6th annual ball, invitations have been sent (Jo's Jottings), 1966/12/09: 8
        club honors 11 at 9th Debonair ball, 1969/12/05: 8
        club members in attendance (photo), 1961/12/15 Supp: 2
        debonairs escort debutantes (photo), 1961/12/15 Supp: 4
        debonairs honored at 8th annual ball (photo), 1968/12/13: 8
        Gonzalez, Rep. Henry B.
          due to illness, unable to speak, speech read by another (Jo's Jottings), 1969/12/12: 8
          guest speaker, 1966/12/23: 8
        more than 400 guests attracted to ball, 1968/12/13: 8
        officers in attendance (photo), 1961/12/15 Supp: 3
        plans for (Jo's Jottings), 1961/12/01 Supp: 4
        president and vice president attend (photo), 1961/12/15 Supp: 1
        ten young men honored, 1967/12/01: 8
          photo, 1967/12/01: 9
      Dance of the Hobos
        is first of annual affair (photo), 1960/10/21 Supp: 4
        plans for hobo dance at Eastwood Country Club completed (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/14 Supp: 4
        set for Nov. 2, 1968/10/25: 9
      Father's Day celebration to be held, 1970/06/19: 6
      gives program for sisters at St. Peter Claver, 1947/07/25: 6
      LaMelle, Mrs. Randolph, entertains club members at the Rose Room (Jo's Jottings), 1963/03/15 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1960, 1960/11/18: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/06/16 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1962, 1962/09/14 Supp: 2, 1962/10/19 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1963, 1963/02/01 Supp: 3, 1963/03/15: 7
      meetings in 1964, 1964/01/31: 6
      meetings in 1966, 1966/12/02: 9
      meetings in 1970, 1970/01/23: 8, 1970/01/30: 8, 1970/05/08: 9
      new club organized, with some former members of Twentieth Century Social Club (photo), 1960/09/23 Supp: 3
      night at Eastwood Club sponsored, with floor show and dance, 1967/07/28: 9
      officers elected, 1964/01/31: 6, 1969/03/28: 8
      Randolph, Mrs. Pearlie, honored with handkerchief shower for her years of service as social advisor (Jo's Jottings), 1968/07/26: 8
      "Styleorama," luncheon set for North Star Community Mall, 1960/12/09: 6
      travels to Seguin for performance (Jo's Jottings), 1948/05/14 Supp: 1
    Terrel, Pha, and his orchestra
      to appear in San Antonio (photo), 1942/06/05: 6, 1942/06/12: 6, 1942/09/25: 6, 1942/10/02: 6
      bus trouble prevents band from reaching SA, 1942/10/09: 6
      song is ended: Pha Terrell dies in Los Angeles (photo), 1945/10/26: 1
    Terrell, B. Vernon
      obsequies held, 1952/01/25: 8 (filmed in 02/01 issue)
    Terrell, Charles C. (Buster)
      brother of San Antonians killed in west coast accident, 1954/12/03: 1
    Terrell, Ernie
      Chuvalo, George
        musician-singer-composer-fighter, Terrell signs to defend his title against Chuvalo, 1965/09/17: 5
        offered $50,000 for match with Ernie Terrell, 1965/07/23: 5
      Clay-Terrell bout
        Heavyweight Muddle Decision [Muhammad Ali and Ernie Terrell] (Spotlight on Sports, column by Charles J. Livingston), 1967/01/20: 5
        Terrell stays 15 rounds with Clay, 1967/02/10: 5
      Machen-Terrell bout
        Heavyweight Match a "Farce" (Spotlight on Sports, by Charles J. Livingston), 1965/03/12: 5
        Machen-Terrell WBA Title Tilt (Spotlight on Sports, by Charles J. Livingston), 1965/01/22: 5
      Paper Champ (Spotlight on Sports, by Charles Livingston), 1966/02/11: 5
      Terrell 'champ without glory' scribe says, 1965/07/02: 5
    Terrell, A3C Fred R.
      graduates from technical training course, 1964/10/09: 2
      Victoria airman complete basic training (photo), 1964/07/10: 2
    Terrell, Freeman Marshall, Sr.
      notice of death, 1959/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue)
      well-known citizen dies (photo), 1959/01/09: 1
    Terrell, Julia
      funeral rites held, 1954/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue)
    Terrell, Sgt. Lafayette
      feted before leaving for 12-month assignment to Greenland (Jo's Jottings), 1963/02/01 Supp: 4
    Terrell, Mary Church
      to be honored on 90th birthday, 1953/09/11: 3
      civil rights fighter dies (photo), 1954/07/30: 1
      "first lady," Mamie Eisenhower, pays tribute to Mrs. Terrell, 1954/08/13: 1
      seeks end of DC hotel Jim Crow, 1954/06/25: 1
      still fighting on 90th birthday, 1953/10/16: 2
      and Thurgood Marshall receive Seagram Vanguard awards at Utility Club of New York (photo), 1954/03/12: 7
      valiant civil rights fighter to be honored Oct. 10 (photo), 1953/10/02: 3
    Terrell, Minnie
      death of, 1960/02/26: 7
    Terrell, Rebecca
      notice of death, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue)
    Terrell, Roger B.
      rites set for San Antonio businessman, 1959/08/28: 1
    Terrell, Viola
      funeral services for Mrs. Terrell held Wednesday (photo), 1956/04/06: 1
    Terrell, William J.
      notice of death, 1968/12/27: 10 (filmed in 01/03 issue)
    Terrell's Liquor Store
    Terrorism
    Terry, Gladys
      notice of death, 1968/03/01: 10 (filmed in 03/08 issue)
    Terry, Gwendolyn Joyce
      notice of death, 1965/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue)
    Terry, Isiah
      notice of death, 1963/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
    Terry, Jessie
      funeral services held, 1957/03/01: 8 (filmed in 03/08 issue)
    Terry, Leo
      appointed agent for Seguin Transit Company, a charter bus service (photo), 1951/07/27: 7
      appointed deputy imperial grand potentate of Dramatic Order of Knights of Omar, etc. (photo), 1950/03/10: 6
      host to 35th annual National United Ushers Association meeting in San Antonio (photo), 1954/08/06: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue)
      named to Grand Jury, 1951/09/07: 1
      president of City Wide Usher Union
        again elected Ushers' prexy, 1946/01/25: 8, 1949/01/28: 4, 1954/10/08: 6
        heads City Ushers again, 1951/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue)
        making plans to entertain Interdenominational State Usher Board (photo), 1944/06/30: 1
        president, making plans to entertain Interdenominational State Usher Board (photo), 1944/06/30: 1
        re-elected as president (photo), 1946/01/25: 5
    Terry, Mrs. Will Esther
      cook burned by grease flames, sues for $10,000, 1947/04/18: 1
    Texarkana College (Texarkana, TX)
      bars Negroes despite Supreme Court ruling, 1954/06/11: 3
      mob bars Texarkana Negro students, 1956/09/14: 1
      'no compromise' in fight to enter Texarkana College, as Texas Negroes reject offer of so-called "equal facilities," 1952/06/20: 1
      president of college faces contempt action for barring Negroes, 1956/09/21: 1
    Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri Negro Peace Officers' Association
    Texas Academy of Sciences
      scientists vote to invite Race to sessions, 1938/11/18: 1
    Texas A&I University (Kingsville, TX)
      Matthews, Alvin, named defensive halfback on NAIA All-American team for 1969 (photo), 1970/01/02: 5
    Texas A&M University (College Station, TX)
      football team
        nation's no. 1 team, Texas A&M, meets Tulsa U., here, Oct. 5 at new Alamo Stadium, 1940/09/27: 3
        Texas A&M remembers this grid ace, 1st Sgt. Ira J. O'Neal, 1943/04/23: 3
        thrills expected as Tulsa, Texas Aggies clash tomorrow afternoon, 1940/10/04: 3
      sports program is integrated; A&M is fourth SW school to do so, 1963/12/06: 5
      Texas Aggies in spotlight at Majestic in "We've Never Been Licked" (photo), 1943/08/13: 7
    Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
      See Baseball, Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
      See Basketball, Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF)
    Texas and Oklahoma Negro Peace Officers' Association
    Texas and Pacific RR Hospital
      adds two Marshall Race dentists to staff, 1941/04/04: 1
    Texas Association of Beauty Culture Schools, Inc.
      integrated beauty school owners' association projected after Mrs. Hicks rejected by Texas Association of Beauty Culture Schools, Inc., 1961/03/10: 1
    Texas Association of Beauty Culturists
      See also Texas State Association and Beauty Culturist League No. 47
      annual convention
        Corpus Christi
          10th annual convention held in Corpus Christi (photo), 1953/10/16 Supp: 2
          meeting held in Corpus Christi, 1953/10/16: 1
        Fort Worth
          beauticians hold record session at Fort Worth, 1945/10/19: 5
          beauticians open state parley Sunday, 1945/10/05: 6
      Prewitt, Viola L., named "Miss Cosmetology" during association's annual convention (photo), 1953/10/23 Supp: 2
      and Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists, merge organizations for political action, 1958/06/20: 1
    Texas Association of Colleges for Negro Youths
      meet at Paul Quinn College (photo), 1942/05/08: 5
      meeting held at Prairie View, 1932/04/29: 1
    Texas Association of Developing Colleges
      Texas State Optical gives contribution to scholarship fund for Texas Negro colleges (photo), 1970/02/13: 6
    Texas Association of Graduate Nurses
      association holds successful meet, 1941/06/13: 1
      Haws, W.N., to speak (photo), 1941/06/06: 1
      to meet at Bishop in '38, 1937/07/09: 5
      meeting held in Dallas, 1946/06/21: 6
      meetings in 1952, 1952/03/21: 4
      Negro nurses admitted to association, 1953/05/08: 6
    Texas Association of Negro Beauty Culturists
    Texas Association of Negro Musicians
      closes successful meet, 1937/03/12: 1
      to hold annual meeting at Marshall's Wiley College, 1936/02/07: 5
      prepare elaborate music meet program to be held at Wiley College, 1936/02/28: 2
    Texas Association of Real Estate Brokers
      board meeting held in Port Arthur, 1966/11/25: 1
      Evans, Van Pell, promoter and public relations expert of the meeting in Waco, Sept. 15 (photo), 1956/09/14: 7
      Fort Worth
        meet in Fort Worth, with Theodore M. Alexander, Jr., FHA assistant commissioner, guest speaker, 1970/06/12: 1
        officers and board of directors plan for annual convention (photo), 1966/06/03: 6
        real estate brokers meet in Fort Worth, 1966/06/10: 1
      realty brokers to organize at Waco meeting in September, 1956/08/03: 1
      Snowden, Dr. George W., delivers speech at state meeting (photo), 1956/09/14: 3
      Wilson, C. L., featured speaker at organization meeting in Waco, September 15 (photo), 1956/09/14: 7
    Texas Association of Tonsorial Artists
      annual conventions
        annual convention convenes in San Antonio April 20, 1957/04/26: 1
        seventh annual meeting to be held in Longview, 1959/04/24: 3
        Shaw, Samuel of San Antonio, president announces 11th annual convention held in Houston (photo), 1962/04/13: 1
      San Antonio Chapter
        agrees to raise price of haircuts to $1.50, 1963/07/12: 7
        annual picnic held, 1955/07/15: 6
        Black, Rev. C. W., guest speaker, 1965/03/12: 7
        elections held, officers retained, 1965/02/05: 6
        operating hours set, 1969/07/04: 6
        well-represented at barbers meet in Dallas, 1970/05/08: 6
      Shaw, Samuel, past president, turns over gavel to Charles E. Williams, both of San Antonio (photo), 1969/05/16: 6
      and Texas Association of Beauty Culturists, merge organizations for political action, 1958/06/20: 1
    Texas Beauty School Owners
      meeting to be held in Waco, 1947/02/14: 6
    Texas Board of Corrections
      Holliday, Rev. C. A., Fort Worth, first Negro to serve on the board, 1963/03/29: 1
    Texas Catholic Interscholastic League
      Jernigan, Lena Kathryn, places first in all three rounds of tournament (photo), 1955/03/25 Supp: 4
      St. Peter Claver Academy (1960-1962)
        beats Corpus, ties for district crown, 1961/02/10: 5
        cops Catholic Class AA state cage title, 1961/02/17: 5
        cops Catholic field, track title, 1961/04/07: 5
        gridiron brawl brings 2-year TCIL suspension, 1960/11/11: 5
        takes Southwest Texas Catholic Interscholastic AA league title in defeating St. Joseph's of Brownsville, 1962/02/09: 5
        Warren, Ralph, on Catholic Class AA All-State team, 1960/12/23: 5
      St. Peter Claver Academy (1964-1965)
        St. Peter cops Catholic Class AA State cage title, 1965/02/19: 5
        St. Peter wins district meet, 1964/04/24: 5
        Trojans beat St. Edward's to sew up TCIL District 4-AA crown, 1965/02/05: 5
        Trojans bump LaSalle, 1965/01/15: 5
      St. Peter Claver Academy (1966-1967)
        basketball team are state champions again (photo), 1966/02/25: 5
        Trojans bow to Central Catholic Buttons, 1966/02/11: 5
        wins state Catholic AA track title, 1966/04/29: 5
    Texas Centennial Exposition
      Aaron Douglass mural at Texas Expo, 1936/06/19: 1
      activities for June 19th, 1936/06/05: 1
      Advisory Group holds first meeting, 1936/03/27: 1
      Alamo Replica to Be Erected (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1936/02/21: 4
      Aug. 19 to be another Expo 'Negro Day'; State Baptist BYPU meets in Dallas, 1936/08/07: 1
      average of 2500 persons each day visit Negro Hall, 1936/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
      building for Race convenience at Texas Expo, 1936/06/05: 1
      Centennial Negro building visited by 83,000 persons from June 19 to July 18; ninety-five percent Nordics, 1936/07/24: 5
      complete plans for Expo building dedication (photo), 1936/05/08: 7
      copies of early Race newspapers sought for Expo, 1936/05/15: 7
      daily program in open air amphitheater; to be broadcast, 1936/06/05: 1
      Dallas 700-voice high school chorus scores at Expo, 1936/06/19: 5
      dedication for $50,000 Negro building, 1936/06/05: 1
      Dickerson, Camille, plays at Texas Centennial Expo, 1936/08/28: 1
      displays in Negro Hall of Life depicts Race progress during last sixty years, 1936/08/07: 1
      Dr. Carver Expo exhibit is amazing (photo), 1936/09/25: 7
      Ethiopian war ace, Col. Robinson, may fly at Expo this summer, 1936/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
      exhibits Dallas-bound from all parts of country, 1936/05/08: 1
      $50,000 Negro building ready for occupancy (photo), 1936/05/22: 2
      Florida names appointees to Texas Exposition, 1936/07/10: 6
      Graham, Major M. P., promotion man visits city, 1936/08/14: 7
      Guffey, Sen. Joseph F., visits Negro building at Exposition (photo), 1936/07/24: 2
      Hall, Charles E.
        succeeded by native Santonian, Robert H. Holley at Expo post, new director of Census Exhibit in Hall of Negro Life, 1936/09/25: 1
        unfolds value, to business, public, and to press of information available at Expo Negro Building, 1936/07/17: 1
      to have history of Afro-American; to depict part Race has had in South's development, 1935/11/15: 1
      history, results, Race participation in Texas Expo, 1936/08/07: 4
      Holley, Robert H., native Santonian succeeds Charles Hall at Expo post; new director of Census Exhibit in Hall of Negro Life, 1936/09/25: 1
      housing bureau to prepare for visitors to Expo, 1936/05/01: 7
      hundred cities to have Centennial year festivities, 1936/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
      inscription for Expo building will bring cash prize, 1936/05/22: 1
      interest keen in Race participation in all phases, 1936/04/10: 1
      interracial track meet held on June 19th, 1936/06/19: 3, 4
      Johnson, Sargent, his sculpture, "Head of a Boy," on display at Hall of Negro Life and Culture (photo), 1936/08/28: 2
      Jones, E. K., named advisory head of Centennial group; to meet in Dallas to make plans for Race, 1936/02/28: 1
      Jones, Jeff D., Jr., Corsicana, points to map where Negro building will be (photo), 1935/07/19: 1
      McCabe, Mrs. E. Champ Gordon, heads music division of Negro participation, 1935/12/06: 6
      Negro Expo hall refused by US as builders renig, 1936/06/12: 1
      Negro Hall of Life and Culture to open at Exposition (photo), 1936/01/03: 7
      Negroes of importance inspect Centennial building (photo), 1936/04/10: 7
      notable former Texans invited to Expo, 1936/06/05: 1
      Omega Psi Phi Fraternity to be among Negro Greek letter societies to meet at Exposition (photo), 1936/09/25: 5
      only one out of 13 expo concessionaires refuses to admit Negroes, 1936/07/10: 1
      plans near completion, 1936/04/24: 1
      predict 500,000 Negro attendance on June 19th, 1936/06/12: 1
      press association wants exhibit in Texas Centennial; N.B. Edward again elected president of body, 1935/12/06: 1
      Race progress shown; Negro building visited by 100,000 in 37 days (photo), 1936/08/07: 1
      representatives to Expo named by state executives; six state governors respond to Allred's request, 1936/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
      SA girl with Wiley singers at Texas Centennial, 1936/06/19: 6
      school children of state to get holiday, Oct. 19 to attend Texas Centennial Exposition, 1936/10/02: 1
      scribe, writing on significance of Negro building at exposition, urges Race's recording of progress, 1936/07/03: 1
      Smith, A. Maceo
      special trains to carry crowd to Dallas, October 19, 1936/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
      St. Louis school exhibit, 1936/07/03: 2
      stage set for Expo slug tourney June 19, 1936/06/05: 3
      state-wide amateur slug-and-duck tournament staged, 1936/05/08: 3
      Studebaker, John W., named head for Negro Exhibit, 1936/01/31: 1
      tentative participants on Expo program named, 1936/06/05: 1
      Texan's work represented in fine arts sent from NY, 1936/06/19: 8
      Third Annual National Folk Festival will present every type of Negro folk music, 1936/04/03: 1
      Thomas, Jesse O.
      thousands view Negro exhibit, 1936/07/10: 1
      three added to Texas Centennial Advisory group by Vice President John Nance Garner, chairman, 1936/09/25: 1
      Tuskegee leads parade of Texas Expo exhibits, 1936/06/19: 1
      two day celebration climax of Texas Negroes' selling of $50,000 bond quota for Centennial celebration, 1935/07/19: 1
      US Government accepts $50,000 building as complete job, 1936/05/22: 1
      Wash Grant's plaster cast to be displayed (photo), 1936/04/24: 1
      winners at Centennial Exposition, 1936/07/03: 1
    Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX)
      Fort Worth cage star, James Cash, signed by TCU, 1965/06/04: 5
      students score Shepherd, Texas legislature on resolution to bar Negroes from Democratic Party, 1936/02/07: 5
    Texas Church Ushers
      annual convention
        convention committee
          convention set for Houston, 1957/05/24: 7
          meets in Waco, 1952/04/04: 4
        convention held in Waco, 1952/07/11: 7
        convention set for San Antonio, 1959/07/03: 1
        held in Longview, 1951/07/13: 7
        local ushers return from Texas Church Ushers convention, 1941/07/18: 5
        rooms needed for convention visitors, 1959/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
        SA delegates attend, 1946/07/19 Supp: 2, 1948/07/23 Supp: 3, 1955/07/15: 8
        San Antonians active at state ushers' session, 1948/07/16: 8
        San Antonians attend annual ushers convention, 1951/07/20: 6
        ten SA ushers at state meet, 1947/07/25: 8 (filmed in 08/01 issue)
        twenty-three San Antonians attend 24th annual convention, 1950/07/14: 7
        23rd annual session held in Dallas, 1949/07/22: 8
        ushers end '59 convention here, 1959/07/17: 4
        war causes cancellation of state convention of Ushers, set for City, this summer, 1943/03/26: 1
      executive meeting
        in Austin, 1950/04/28: 6
        in Dallas, 1949/04/15: 2
        pre-quarterly board meeting set, 1962/03/09: 4
      four San Antonio ushers elected state officers, 1945/07/20: 6
      Mittchell, Lillian, attends Marlin program, 1949/04/15: 2
      SA ministers attend Ushers meet, 1945/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue)
      San Antonio ushers attend Houston meeting April 20, 1957/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue)
      Tolbert, Joe Samuel, first San Antonian to become president of Junior Department (photo), 1965/07/16: 4
    Texas City Disaster
      disaster victims in dire need, 1947/04/25: 1
      hits Negroes hard, 1947/04/25: 1
      home found in SA for boy victim, Lee Roy Johnson, of disaster (photo), 1947/08/08: 1
      Johnson, Lee Roy
        home found in SA for boy victim of Texas City disaster (photo), 1947/08/08: 1
        lad who claimed lost family is just a runaway (photo), 1947/08/29: 1
      Negro deaths set at 106, 1947/05/02: 1
      role of nurses, Red Cross nurse's aides in disaster told, 1947/06/20: 1
      St. Louis organizations send $666 to blast victims, 1947/07/18: 1
    Texas Classroom Teachers Association
      Boyd, Lucille (Mrs. Frank), appointed to State Welfare Committee (Jo's Jottings), 1967/06/23: 8
    Texas Club of Democratic Voters
      intense Roosevelt (FDR)-Truman drive under way, 1944/11/03: 5
    Texas College (Tyler, TX)
      61 athletes awarded at Texas College, 1954/06/04: 5
      Annual Invitational High School Basketball Tournament
        Central of Galveston captures annual prep meet, 1955/03/11: 5
        prep meet set for March 4-5, 1955/02/18: 7
      athletic program
        Long, Fred T., becomes head coach, athletic director (photo), 1949/06/17: 3
        Mumford, A. W., to coach at Texas College, 1931/08/28: 3
        spring athletic schedule is busy, 1952/03/28: 5
        Steers set for spring sports of baseball, track and tennis, 1951/03/23: 5
      baseball team (Steers)
        beat Southern to make finals, 1951/04/27: 5
        conk Bishop for S.W. conference diamond title, 1951/05/11: 5
        drop two to Southern University, 1952/04/25: 5
        PV, Texas College split two-game series, 1955/04/15: 3
        Texas College bounces Wiley 8-2, 1953/04/10: 5
        Texas eyes baseball and track chances, 1954/03/19: 5
        Texas Southern takes two from Steers, 1955/04/22: 5
        whip Sam Huston twice, 10-4, 7-5, 1951/04/06: 5
        Wiley nips Texas College 5-4 in 12 innings, 1955/04/08: 5
      basketball team (Steers), 1933-1939
        divide wins with Wiley in close games, 1936/02/07: 3
        Prairie View wins two from Texas, 1939/03/03: 3
        Texas College '5' preps for Wiley, 1938/01/14: 3
        Wiley takes pair from Steers, 1939/01/20: 3
        Wiley Wildcats defeat Texas, 1933/01/27: 3
        Wiley Wildcats take two from Texas College cagers, 1934/01/26: 3
      basketball team (Steers), 1940-1949
        cagers beat Wiley, 34-28, 1943/01/15: 3
        cop three more games, 1947/02/14: 3
        stage East Texas hi school invitational cage meet, 1941/03/14: 3
        Steer athletes awarded, 1945/03/16: 6
        Steers, Randolph Field split two-game cage series, 1944/01/14: 3
        take pair from Houston College Tigers, 1946/02/15: 3
        take pair from Sam Huston cagers, 1947/01/24: 3
        team captains, athletes (photo), 1949/05/13: 3
        trip Tillotson, 1949/01/28: 3
        wallop Sam Huston, 1944/02/11: 3
        Wiley, Texas split pair of cage games, 1946/01/11: 3
        Wiley wins two from Texas College, 1940/01/19: 2
        wop Wiley twice, 1947/02/07: 2
      basketball team (Steers), 1950-1953
        get by Butler Bears, 67-66, 1952/01/25: 5
        Illinois and Indiana cagers too much for Texas College, 1950/12/29: 5
        invitational Prep cage meet set for March 10, 1951/02/23: 5
        Langston, Texas College split pair, 1951/02/16: 5
        NO schools among entries in Texas College Prep tourney, 1951/03/09: 5
        prep cage meet set for March 7, 8, 1952/02/08: 3
        red-hot Texas College takes two from Wiley, 1951/02/02: 4
        snatch pair from Langston Lions, 1951/12/28: 5
        split pair with Grambling cagers, 1951/02/02: 4
        take pair from Samuel Huston, 1951/02/09: 3
        take two from Wiley, 1952/02/01: 5
        to tour Illinois, Indiana, and Oklahoma, 1950/12/01: 5
      basketball team (Steers), 1955-1956
        PV take pair of court games from Texas College, 1955/01/21: 5
        Texas finally wins; defeats Langston, 1955/02/11: 5
        Wiley drops two 1-point thrillers to Texas College, 1956/01/27: 5
      basketball team (Steers), 1966
        Perry, Leonard, named to NAIA All-America team, 1966/04/08: 5
      Bradford, John, National Recreation Association, speaks at Tyler meet of extension agents, 1936/02/14: 2
      Bryant, James W., Business Manager at Texas College, and Trabue, Dr. M. R., University of Kentucky, serve as United Negro College Fund consultants (photo), 1956/12/28: 2
      Bynum, C. H., dean of Texas College does field work for interracial body, 1942/05/29: 6
      Clement, Dr. Rufus E., speaks at Texas College assembly, 1937/12/17: 5
      Durley, Alexander, head coach, quits, 1949/06/24: 3
      expects record enrollment, 1937/09/03: 2
      first Master's degrees awarded, 1953/08/28: 1
      football stadium to be one of best, 1949/08/19: 3
      football team (Steers), 1931-1933
        Prairie View wins over Texas College, 1933/12/22: 3
        PV Panthers run wild to defeat Texas College, 1931/11/20: 3
        tie game with Samuel Huston college, 1931/11/06: 3
        Wiley barely noses out Texas College, 1933/10/27: 3
        Wiley Wildcats trim Texas College, 1932/11/04: 3
        Wiley Wildcats win from Texas College, 1931/10/30: 3
      football team (Steers), 1935
        crush Prairie View in furious battle before grads, 1935/11/08: 3
        face Alabama State Hornets at Tyler this afternoon in first national championship tilt, 1935/12/27: 3
        Hines, Emory, will make formidable foe against Alabama (photo), 1935/12/27: 3
        meet Alabama in championship game (photo), 1935/12/27: 3
        Southern loses to Texas College thundering herd, 1935/11/15: 3
        Texas College-Alabama State battle will bear on mythical Southwestern grid title, 1935/12/13: 3
        Turner, Edwin, Steer halfback nabs 'em (photo), 1935/12/27: 3
        Walker, Lloyd "Paps," assists Steers in winning second Southwestern Conference championship (photo), 1935/12/27: 2
        Wildcats and Texas Steers claw and stampede to 0-0 tie, 1935/12/06: 3
      football team (Steers), 1936
        Anderson, Miles
        PV preps for Texas, Wiley as initial game with Mary Allen fizzles, 1936/10/02: 3
        Southern U., Texas grid game to be a "family affair," 1936/07/31: 3
        Walker, Lloyd "Paps," boots field goal to cinch game in win over Alabama State (photo), 1936/01/03: 1
        win from Alabama State for Southwestern gridiron title, 1936/01/03: 1
      football team (Steers), 1937
        final SW Conference grid statistics released; Texas College is conference champion, 1937/12/24: 3
        place two, Arkansas one on Parks' All-American, 1937/12/17: 3
        PV out to beat Tex. in opener, Oct. 2, 1937/09/24: 3
        Texas and Langston are threats in Southwestern football, 1937/09/24: 3
        Texas 'in' as Conference champion as thundering herd tramples Wiley, 1937/12/03: 3
      football team (Steers), 1938
        crush Prairie View, as San Antonians star, 1938/10/14: 3
        homecoming date changed to Dec. 3, 1938/10/28: 3
        Langston upsets Texas College, 1938/11/04: 2
        meet Southern Saturday in homecoming set-to, 1938/12/02: 3
        nose out Wiley 7-2, 1938/12/02: 3
        Santonians shine as Texas crushes Xavier, 1938/10/28: 3
        Steers battle Ol' Kentuck Monday night in Cotton Bowl (photo), 1938/10/14: 3
        to try air against Kentucky State's 200 pound line, 1938/10/07: 3
      football team (Steers), 1939
        get one on Negro Press All-American Grid Team, 1939/01/13: 3
        hopes high for another champion grid team, 1939/08/25: 3
        Langston Lions outclass Texas all the way, 1939/11/03: 3
        seventy report as Texas preps for Jarvis, 1939/09/22: 3
      football team (Steers), 1940
        Nix's field goal in last minute gives Texas victory over Bishop, 3-0, 1940/11/22: 3
        Prairie View tramples Texas, 26-6, to end six-year Steer jinx, 1940/10/11: 3
        show power in dumping Jarvis in opener, 20-0, 1940/09/27: 3
        Southern whips Texas, 1940/11/15: 3
        Texas and Wiley in 12-12 tie, 1940/11/29: 3
      football team (Steers), 1941
        batter Arkansas State, 1941/10/24: 3
        beat Jarvis in hard-fought grid opener, 1941/09/26: 3
        Prairie View and Texas in rough 7-7 deadlock, 1941/10/10: 3
        swamp Wiley, 1941/11/28: 3
        Texas College, PV in important clash, Saturday, 1941/10/03: 3
        these Steers meet Bishop tomorrow (photo), 1941/11/14: 3
        thundering herd whips Langston University Lions, 1941/10/31: 3
      football team (Steers), 1942-1943
        capture Southwest grid title, 1942/12/11: 3
        Florida Rattlers rally to beat Texas, 12-6 for national title, 1942/12/18: 3
        over 10,000 expected to see Tuskegee-Texas clash New Year's day, 1942/12/25: 3
        rally to beat 'Skegee, 13-10 in Vulcan Bowl game, 1943/01/08: 3
        Texas, Florida A&M play for national title, 1942/12/11: 3
        Texas, Southern meet for SW Conference grid leadership Saturday, 1942/11/06: 3
        Texas to see fancy kicking in New Year game against Tuskegee, 1943/01/01: 3
        whip PV, 6-0, 1942/10/09: 3
      football team (Steers), 1944-1945
        bop Langston, 1945/10/26: 3
        meet Thorobreds for Homecoming, 1945/10/26: 3
        nip Randolph Field, 13-7, 1945/10/05: 5
        play first game Sept. 30, 1944/09/15: 3
        [Randolph Field] Ramblers to play Texas, Sept. 29, 1945/08/17: 3
        run over Sam Huston, 33-0, 1944/10/13: 3
        to start 1944 grid grind Sept. 1, 1944/08/04: 3
        Steer athletes awarded, 1945/03/16: 6
        Texas College, co-champs of Southwest, to meet Ramblers in "Chili Bowl," 1944/12/15: 1
        Texas College, Langston, meet in Fort Worth Oct. 21, 1944/10/13: 3
        Texas College, Wiley, lead Southwestern Conference grid parade, 1944/11/03: 3
        Texas-Langston game to take place in Fort Worth, Oct. 21, 1944/07/07: 3
        wallop PV, 26-6, 1944/11/17: 3
        Wiley, Texas, Tennessee cop New Year Day games, 1945/01/05: 3
        win thriller from Southern, 28-20, 1944/11/10: 3
      football team (Steers), 1946-1947
        gridder, James Shepherd, signed by Chicago Rockets, 1947/07/18: 3
        Langston, Texas in Forth Worth clash, 1946/10/11: 5
        open grid season in Tennessee, 1946/09/06: 3
        Southern rolls over Texas, 35-7, 1947/11/07: 5
        Steers have change in grid card, 1947/09/19: 2
        Steers name 1947 football captains, 1947/01/24: 3
        Texas has 17 letter men in squad of 52, 1946/09/13: 3
        Texas Steers spoil Wiley's homecoming, 1947/12/05: 3
        Tillotson swamped by Texas, 1946/11/22: 2
        wallop Kentucky, 1946/11/01: 3
      football team (Steers), 1948-1949
        Grambling bops Texas College, 7-0, 1949/09/30: 3
        grid card has 11 games, 1949/08/05: 3
        Langston, Texas in annual tilt, 1949/10/14: 3
        Phelps, Lou, Steer co-captain, 1949/08/26: 3
        plaster Texas State, 1948/11/26: 3
        75 hopefuls, including 17 letter men, try out for team, 1949/09/09: 3
        Steers, Grambling in mighty battle Saturday, 1949/09/23: 3
        Steers start '49 grind, Sept. 1, 1949/08/26: 3
        stunned by Tillotson, 1949/10/28: 3
        team captains, athletes (photo), 1949/05/13: 3
        Texas College, Grambling vie in opener, 1949/09/16: 3
      football team (Steers), 1950
        annual Langston-Texas College game to be played in Dallas, 1950/06/30: 3
        to be PV homecoming foe, November 4, 1950/10/27: 5
        Florida A and M tramples Steers, 26-6, 1950/09/29: 5
        Ft. Worth drops annual Texhoma grid classic, 1950/06/09: 3
        Langston, Texas College meet for 20th time, Oct. 14, 1950/10/06: 5
        Langston, Texas College meet in Dallas, Saturday, 1950/10/13: 5
        Langston ropes Texas College Steers, 42-6, in Texhoma fracas, 1950/10/20: 5
        PV brands Steers, 1950/11/10: 5
        roped by Morris Brown wolverines, 1950/12/15: 5
        take Wiley, 15-6, 1950/12/08: 5
        Texas College, S. Huston battle to 13-13 tie, 1950/10/06: 5
        Texas College gets collection of prize frosh, 1950/09/01: 3
        Texas Steers start two-a-day grid workouts beginning Sept. 1, 1950/08/25: 3
        Texas to try Florida Saturday, 1950/09/22: 3
        tough 11-game grid schedule, 1950/07/21: 3
      football team (Steers), 1951
        28 footballers awarded for year's efforts on the gridiron, 1951/01/05: 5
        less than 2,000 see Bethune-Cookman conk T.C., 27-13, 1952/01/04: 5
        meet Florida A&M Saturday, 1951/09/21: 5
        out to regain "place in sun," 1951/08/24: 3
        play Florida A and M with head coach Jake Gaither (photo), 1951/09/14: 5
        PV drubs Texas College 33-6 to get stranglehold on loop lead, 1951/11/09: 5
        Rattlers of Florida A&M coiled to strike Texas College Steers (photo), 1951/09/21: 4
        Texas College-Langston, Sat., Wiley-PV Monday in Dallas, 1951/10/12: 5
        won't quit, TC wins in final seconds from Langston 19-18, 1951/10/19: 5
      football team (Steers), 1952
        have 8-game grid card, 1952/08/15: 5
        Langston U. hopes to draw even with Texas College in Dallas Texhoma clash, 1952/10/03: 7
        last half explosion gives Texas 25-14 win over Wiley, 1952/12/05: 5
        Steer staff set for first workout Sept. 1, 1952/08/29: 5
        Texas bops Langston, 17-6, in annual Texhoma affray, 1952/10/17: 3
        Uncle Sam gets two Texas Steer gridders, 1952/09/12: 7
        wild scoring melee forecast for ninth Texhoma fracas Sat., 1952/10/10: 5
        Wiley, Texas College clash in Ft. Worth before Texas State Teachers Association, 1952/11/21: 5
      football team (Steers), 1953
        3, 500 fans watch Texas Steers top Langston, 1953/10/16: 6
        beat Texas College, 27-7, 1953/11/13: 5
        gore Arkansas, 46-13, 1953/12/11: 5
        hopes high for '53 season, 1953/08/21: 3
        team may be loaded with frosh, 1953/09/18: 3
        Texas College needs "T" quarterback for '53, 1953/07/31: 5
      football team (Steers), 1954
        bow 41-25 to Southern University, 1954/11/05: 5
        Florida A&M storms over Texas College, 1954/10/01: 5
        in intersectional battle with Florida A and M, 1954/09/24: 5
        play 10 grid games in 1954, 1954/06/18: 5
        PV trips Texas College 19-6 at homecoming, 1954/11/12: 5
        returning GI's boost Texas College hopes for football, 1954/07/30: 5
        Steers lose to TSU, 15-7, 1954/10/08: 5
        Texas College spoils Bishop's homecoming, 1954/11/19: 5
        title hopes hinge on filling quarterback post, 1954/08/27: 5
      football team (Steers), 1955-1956
        Bishop plays Texas College for homecoming, 1956/08/17: 5
        brand Texas College Steers, 36-12, 1956/11/09: 5
        spring football practice set, 1955/02/11: 7
        Texas College, Arkansas tie, 14-14, 1956/10/05: 5
        three ex-Lions star as TSU skins Texas College Steers, 1956/10/19: 7
        Wiley bulldogs Texas College Steers, 19-7, 1955/12/02: 5
      football team (Steers), 1957-1958
        Bishop upsets Texas College, 20-12, 1958/11/21: 5
        come from behind to beat Texas College, 1957/10/25: 5
        edge Texas Southern, 13-12, 1958/10/24: 5
        Paul Quinn tries Texas College after besting Tougaloo, 1958/09/26: 5
        Prairie View swamps Texas College, 43-0, 1958/11/14: 5
        upset Southern, 13-6, 1958/11/07: 5
        Wiley rolls over Texas College Steers, 40-20, in Turkey Day fray, 1957/12/06: 5
      football team (Steers), 1960-1961
        Grambling ready for Texas College, 1961/09/22: 5
        Grambling routs Texas College, 59-0, 1961/09/29: 1
        Prairie View wallops Steers, 1960/11/11: 5
      Givens, Lillie Mae, is Miss Homecoming (photo), 1938/12/30: 2
      Glass, Dominion R., president, weds (photo), 1936/08/28: 6
      gynmasium/stadium
        drive to raise funds for stadium completion, 1939/12/29: 2
        new gym, stadium nearing completion, 1940/08/16: 3
      Hawthorne, Leroy, ex-Southern U. All-American, on Texas coaching staff, 1950/08/25: 4
      Jones, Giles Wright, joins Steer coaching staff (photo), 1949/07/22: 3
      King, Rev. John T.
        appointed to faculty (photo), 1947/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
        making rapid progress in his department (photo), 1947/09/26: 6
      McMillan, Frances A., selected "Miss Texas College" (photo), 1952/12/12: 6
      new educational set-up for rural teachers, 1937/09/24: 2
      Prairie View wins debate with Texas College, 1933/04/21: 3
      summer school session announced, 1936/01/24: 7
      track and field
        Davis, Wendell, comes to Texas College, 1948/06/11: 3
        Rogers, Oland G., SA lad stars on track for Texas College, 1948/05/07: 3
        Shepherd, Charles B., fourth in national AAU Junior 800, 1950/06/30: 3
        Texas College grabs annual PV relays, 1950/04/14: 3
        Texas eyes baseball and track chances, 1954/03/19: 5
        Texas Steers tally 68 points to cop annual triangular meet, 1949/04/01: 3
      workshop tackles vital community problems, 1946/06/28: 5
    Texas Colored Barbers' Association
      meetings in 1940, 1940/05/24: 7
    Texas Colored Embalmers' Association
      morticians hold successful meet, 1933/11/10: 5
    Texas Commission on Interracial Cooperation
      Ames, Jessie Daniel, general field director of Commission, may ask U. Texas to handle funds for graduate aid, 1937/12/17: 4
      formulates plans seeking educational opportunities for Race, 1937/07/16: 1
      meeting held in Dallas last week, 1932/11/11: 7
    Texas Conference of NAACP Branches
      annual sessions
        3rd annual session meets in Tyler, 1939/06/02: 1
        5th annual session, four Santonians attend state meeting, 1941/05/02: 4
        6th annual session
          "make Texas safe for Democracy" is theme of annual session, 1942/05/22: 1
          meeting gets under way today, 1942/05/29: 1
        7th annual session, state meeting is reset for June 19, 20, 1943/05/21: 1
        8th annual session in Dallas, 1944/05/19: 5, 1944/06/02: 5
        12th annual session set for Galveston, Sept. 3-5, 1948/08/27: 1
        15th annual session, most important Texas session in Austin with Walter White to attend, 1951/09/28: 1
        16th annual session set for Tyler, Oct. 24-26, 1952/10/03: 1
        17th annual session, San Antonio
          declared best; "Fighting for Freedom Fund" gets boost, SA ring suit approved (photo), 1953/10/30: 1
          plans for ending Texas J. Crow to be featured at 17th annual session i, 1953/10/09: 1
          SA planning committee for state convention (photo), 1953/10/02: 1
          special meeting of SA branch set to plan for holding convention here, 1953/09/18: 1
          state meet opens here, today; knockout blow planned for Jim Crow in Texas, 1953/10/23: 1
          Straight, Michael, editor of the New Republic, a principal speaker at mass meeting held in connection with the convention (photo), 1953/10/23: 1
          Wilkins, Roy, NAACP administrator, to speak (photo), 1953/10/02: 1
        19th annual session
          Gloster Current, director of branches to speak (photo), 1955/10/21: 3
          set for Victoria, 1955/10/14: 1
        21st annual session
          Deserved Recognition [Henry B. Gonzalez receives Outstanding Citizen award at annual meeting] (editorial), 1957/11/08: 4
          state conference of branches moved to Dallas from Longview, 1957/11/01: 1
        25th annual convention, Seguin
          Gonzalez, Henry B., speaks at mass meeting, 1961/11/10: 1
          photo, 1961/11/17: 4
          Seguin branch hosts meeting, 1961/11/10: 1
          Wright, Herbert L., and Clarence A. Laws, among national officials in attendance (photo), 1961/11/10: 1
        26th annual session, San Antonio
          convention is under way, with serious business of convention organization, 1962/11/09: 1
          key speakers featured at conference (photo), 1962/11/09: 1
          meets here next week, with Harry V. Burns, Rev. C. William Black, and Rev. Edward J. Odom, Jr., as principal speakers (photo), 1962/11/02: 1
          San Antonio chapter hosts annual state convention in November, 1962/01/26: 1
          state convention set for San Antonio, 1962/10/26: 1
        27th annual session, Waco
          convention underway, 1963/11/08: 1
          full program set for state meeting, 1963/10/18: 1
          San Antonio Youth Council charters bus to attend meeting, 1963/10/11: 7
          set for Waco, Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 1963/10/04: 3, 1963/10/25: 1
          speakers include Rev. Emerson Marcee, Clarence A. Laws, W. C. Patton, and Rev. C. W. Black (photo), 1963/10/25: 1
        28th annual session
          Current, Gloster, director of branches to speak (photo), 1964/10/23: 1
          Laws, Clarence A., Region Vi Field Director, addresses delegates (photo), 1964/10/23: 1
          Marcee, Rev. Emerson, president of state conference, to address members (photo), 1964/10/23: 1
          Mitchell, Clarence, discussion leader, and Dr. George Flemmings, principal speaker (photo), 1964/10/30: 1
          special bus to go to NAACP convention, 1964/10/23: 7
        29th annual session, Victoria
          Marcee, Rev. Emerson, Clarence Laws, and Gloster B. Current in key spots at state convention (photo), 1965/10/29: 1
          Spottswood, Bishop S. G., speaker (photo), 1965/11/05: 1
          state convention set for Victoria, 1965/10/29: 1
          state meet ends Sunday, 1965/11/05: 1
        30th annual session, Bryan
          convention set for Bryan, 1966/10/28: 1
          Marcee, Rev. Emerson, and Dr. George D. Flemmings, key figures in state meet (photo), 1966/10/28: 1
        31st annual session
          Marcee, Rev. Emerson, presides over meeting (photo), 1967/11/03: 1
          meeting held in Dallas, 1967/10/27: 1
        32nd annual session
          Shagaloff, June, and Kivie Kaplan, national NAACP officers are speakers (photo), 1968/10/04: 1
        33rd annual session set for Longview, 1969/10/24: 1
      anti-bias laws sought for Texas cities, with all branches urged to ask passage of city ordinances, 1963/03/22: 1
      awards
        award to be given to outstanding NAACP branch, 1941/04/11: 5
        wins first place award for conference publications, 1966/07/22: 1
      ban of NAACP branches in Texas
        branches urged to protect membership lists; chapters assured national office will aid those withholding rosters, 1957/12/20: 1
        charges and counter-charges fly at Tyler; NAACP says Shepperd intimidates witnesses and obstructs justice, 1956/10/12: 1
        Dallas Young Demo Club fights for NAACP, 1956/10/26: 1
        hearing on NAACP ban set for Friday; Texas attorney general seeks to permanently bar NAACP from state, 1956/09/28: 1
        NAACP has its say in Texas fight, gets chance to present its side of case, 1956/10/19: 1
        NAACP in Business Again in Texas (editorial), 1957/05/17: 4
        NAACP is Back in Business in Texas; Support It As Never Before! (editorial), 1957/05/31: 4
        NAACP Says No [to turning over membership records unless Supreme Court orders] (editorial), 1957/12/13: 4
        NAACP-Sweatt agreement revealed; NAACP contracted to pay $11,000 to Jim Crow crasher [to break color line in Texas colleges], state says, 1956/10/05: 1
        not outlawed in Texas, but curbed, with full impact of ruling not known until decision is studied, 1957/05/10: 1
        Nothing Can Stop Them! [from pursuing rights in school integration and fighting NAACP ban] (editorial), 1956/09/28: 4
        San Antonio branch resumes operations; court judgment makes operation no different, 1957/05/17: 1
        state wins first round against NAACP; temporary injunction continues Texas ban of association, 1956/10/26: 1
        Take Note, Texas Hate Legislators [Virginia has anti-NAACP law ruled unconstitutional] (editorial), 1958/01/31: 4
      board of directors meets in Texas City; implementation of new civil rights law heads meeting agenda, 1964/08/21: 1
      Carter, Robert L., speaker at public mass meeting in Waco (photo), 1954/10/15: 1
      Citizenship Award to be presented, 1955/09/16: 1
      Conference on Youth and Human Rights
        mass meeting ends NAACP youth, human rights session here, 1952/05/09: 1
        opens in San Antonio at Second Baptist Church, 1952/05/02: 1
      delegates from 28 branches expected at NAACP meet, 1943/06/18: 1
      denies charges of the Texas Legislature's House General Investigation Committee that they committed "numerous" violations of the 1957 state injunction against it, 1961/08/25: 1
      departmental workshop
        held in San Antonio at Antioch Baptist Church (photo), 1958/02/07: 1
        to organize and plan for year's work set for SA, Feb. 1, 1958/01/31: 1
      education fund
        Galveston over top in NAACP educational fund, 1945/08/31: 6
        Houston reports $1,785 for education fund, 1946/02/15: 5
        NAACP special education fund now past $3,000, 1945/09/14: 1
        officials met as educational fund drive bogs down, 1945/12/07: 1
        San Antonio Teachers Council contributes to NAACP educational fund (photo), 1946/05/17 Supp: 4
        special educational fund goes over $5,000, 1945/12/14: 1
        Texas education fund campaign at $4,700 mark, 1945/11/16: 1
        Texas education fund is nearing half-way mark; NAACP has $4,546.60 of $10,000 goal to push suit for equality, 1945/11/02: 1
      executive board
        and committee meeting in San Antonio plans state-wide action program, 1962/03/02: 1
        and committee members hold special meeting in San Antonio, 1962/02/16: 1
        meets in Austin, 1963/03/08: 1
        meets in Fort Worth, 1962/05/25: 1
        meets in San Antonio, 1968/03/01: 1
        meets in Victoria, 1965/04/16: 1
        San Antonio officials attend state board meeting, 1959/08/28: 7
      Freedom Queen contest date changed to July 1, 1958/06/20: 4
      Freedom Rally attended by San Antonians, 1955/05/27: 6
      fund raising
        CIO Committee on Human Rights gives NAACP $500, 1953/06/26: 1
        defense fund drive launched, 1944/12/22: 1
        SA reports half of its educational fund allocation, 1945/09/21: 1
      Hall, Dr. H. Boyd, president, reveals strategy for school desegregation in Texas (photo), 1954/10/08: 1
      increased membership noted in branches, 1964/09/18: 1
      lawyers to meet today to plan education suit [for educational equality], 1945/10/05: 1
      legal committee lawyers to meet in Galveston, 1948/09/03: 1
      life membership
        life membership drive launched, 1956/03/02: 1
        Texans receive NAACP life-membership plaques (photo), 1954/12/24: 1
      Lucas, Rev. A. A., branch director names state organizers, 1946/05/17: 1
      Marcee, Rev. Emerson
      Marshall, Thurgood
        to address Texas NAACP (photo), 1955/10/07: 3
        to be honored at rally in Corpus Christi, 1955/06/10: 1
      mass meeting, workshop set for Victoria, 1965/04/16: 1
      Maverick, Maury, to speak, 1953/09/18: 1
      Montgomery, Haywood A., appointed to serve as field secretary for Texas (photo), 1954/04/23: 1
      NAACP Is Back in Business in Texas; Support It as Never Before! (editorial), 1957/05/31: 4
      political education rally held in Austin, 1964/04/10: 1
      "Prayer for Freedom" Week [observed] (editorial), 1958/09/05: 4
      Religious Committee plans Senate seminars to discuss NAACP, 1963/11/15: 4
      reparation for riot victims asked by Texas NAACP; annual convention votes money for probe of Beaumont outbreak, 1943/06/25: 1
      Richardson, Clifton F.
      San Antonians named to state posts, 1961/03/10: 6
      school segregation/integration
        Hall, Dr. H. Boyd, president, reveals strategy for school desegregation in Texas (photo), 1954/10/08: 1
        Luling, NAACP branch petitions board to desegregate, 1955/08/19: 1
        teacher job loss because of desegregation is source of concern, 1965/04/23: 1
        Texas NAACP to plan action in desegregation, 1954/10/01: 1
        Tyler, charges and counter-charges fly; NAACP says Shepperd intimidates witnesses and obstructs justice, 1956/10/12: 1
      Smith, A. Maceo, general president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, in SA for Texas State NAACP conference visits local chapter (photo), 1952/05/09: 6
      speakers named for conference of branches, 1939/05/12: 1
      state NAACP supports Texas Farm Workers efforts, 1966/09/02: 1
      Sutton, G. J., named member of civil rights-education department, 1961/03/10: 6
      Sweatt Victory Fund/Dinner
        Bellinger, Valmo Charles, attends Sweatt Victory Fund, 1950/12/15: 4
        Nabrit Dr. James, is speaker at Sweatt Victory Dinner in Houston, 1950/12/22: 6
      Texas, Louisiana NAACP's conduct joint meeting, 1945/10/12: 5
      Texas NAACP fighting two foes at once, one for school integration and one for its existence in Texas, 1956/10/05: 1
      Texas NAACP to prosecute Demo primary violaters, 1944/08/18: 1
      Texas State Fair J. Crow blasted by state NAACP, 1952/11/21: 1
      Title VI meeting
        more than 300 attend statewide meet on Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, 1965/08/20: 1
        statewide mass meeting set for LaMarque, with Herbert C. Kane, consultant on Title VI, clarifying questions on compliance by school districts, 1965/08/13: 1
      Title VII Civil Rights Act, seeks to find extent of compliance with more than 600 firms sent job questionnaires, 1965/07/23: 1
      Voter Registration, massive program announced at annual state conference, 1965/11/12: 1
      What is the Present Status of NAACP? (commentary by Harry V. Burns), 1957/08/30: 4
      Whittier, Dr. C. A.
      Wilkins, Roy (Assistant Secretary of NAACP)
        addresses Texas NAACP session, 1949/09/23: 5
        editor of Crisis magazine, to speak (photo), 1941/04/18: 5
        speaks at Texas NAACP 20th anniversary June 10 in Houston, 1956/06/08: 1
      Wilson, Gillespie C., Amarillo man named state prexy, 1968/10/11: 1
      youth, college program to be expanded, 1960/01/08: 1
      Youth Council, Zerra Kennedy of San Antonio elected president, 1966/11/11: 1
    Texas Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers
      annual session in Seguin, 1952/11/28: 1, 1952/12/05: 1, 1952/12/12: 1, 1952/12/19: 1
      Sheppard, H. F., principal of Ball Elementary, Seguin, host to Texas Parent-Teachers Association annual meeting (photo), 1952/12/12: 2
      Southwest District (Area No. 10)
        annual meet draws 50 here, 1952/11/28: 1
        meeting set for Nov. 14 at St. Paul Methodist, 1952/11/07: 4
    Texas Constitution
      Amendments For Consolidation [of constitution] and repeal of prohibition (editorial), 1933/08/25: 4
    Texas Council of Church Women
      SA woman, Mrs. Margaret Stain Brown, delivers poignant message to white church women, 1946/03/15: 1
    Texas Council of Negro Organizations
      annual session attended by 230 at Bishop College, 1950/02/24: 1
      council confers with Gov. Jester, presents legislative program, 1949/02/25: 1
      council lauds Negro press, 1949/03/11: 1
      Dallas gets July 4 meeting of council, 1950/06/16: 1
      fall meeting held in Dallas: Gilmer-Aikin program irregularities to be exposed, 1949/09/16: 1
      files brief in Sweatt case, 1950/03/17: 1
      to hear DC lawyers on interpretation of cases now pending before Supreme Court, 1954/02/26: 1
      hires specialist to gather data on inequalities in education, 1949/03/25: 1
      lynch statistics from Tuskegee, NAACP unreliable, says council, 1949/03/11: 1
      to meet in Austin, 1951/01/26: 1
      meets in Austin, 1949/02/18: 1
      number of organizations increases to 42, 1950/01/27: 1
      Shepard, Dr. Marshall L., recorder of deeds, to speak on civil rights (photo), 1946/08/16: 1
      Texas Council asks for Negro branch of Texas U., 1946/08/16: 1
    Texas Council of Voters
      San Antonio to host group, 1967/12/08: 1
    Texas Credit Union League
      Pleasant, Marcellus C., member of Alamo Federal Credit Union board of directors, attends 23rd meeting (photo), 1957/03/29: 1
    Texas Democratic Convention
      convention seats two Negro delegates, 1946/09/13: 1
      55 Negroes seated at convention, 1948/06/04: 1
      Fort Worth Democrats here for convention (photo), 1946/09/13: 1
      Jamison, M. C., Yoakum, named as delegate to state Demo convention, 1962/05/18: 1
      Texas Negro Democrats "take walk" in split in pledging of delegates, 1952/05/30: 1
    Texas Democratic Party
    Texas Education Agency
      Brewer, C. L., on Texas Education Agency vocational planning group, 1952/04/04: 4
      fourth educator at Piedmont College, GA., quits in protest of Texas Education Agency hate grant established by advocate of "white supremacy," 1952/04/25: 1
      state board blocks quick desegregation: Texas NAACP seeks immediate action; San Antonio School District gets petition asking desegregation, 1954/07/09: 1
    Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association
      annual conference
        Aftreth, Dr. Orville B., San Diego, CA, is keynote speaker, 1963/11/15: 6
        meets in Austin, 1962/03/30: 6
    Texas Employment Commission
      Coker, George, first Negro employed in San Antonio district office (photo), 1951/11/09: 1
      has jobs available, 1952/09/12: 1
      hires two Negroes, 1948/07/16: 5
      Opportunity Center offers two new classes in welding and cooking, 1967/04/28: 1
      SA office has workers on hand, 1954/01/22: 1
      trains 20 community agency volunteers and staff for summer youth program, 1970/05/22: 6
    Texas Farm Workers Association
      state NAACP supports Texas Farm Workers efforts, 1966/09/02: 1
    Texas Federation of Chapters, National Association of Retired Civil Employees
      See National Association of Retired Civil Employees, Texas Federation of Chapters
    Texas Federation of Colored Women's Clubs
      See also City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs of San Antonio
      See also Junior Federation of Colored Women's Clubs of San Antonio
      See also San Antonio Federation of Clubs
      annual session
        annual convention ends, 1936/07/10: 1
        annual session for 1942 to be in San Antonio, 1941/07/11: 1
        club women hold annual session in Marshall (photo), 1939/07/21: 6
        held in Austin, 1934/06/29: 8 (filmed in 07/06 issue)
        prize winners announced, 1942/07/24: 6
        SA wins district honors at State Federation meet; Santone adds seventeen new clubs to rolls, 1937/07/16: 1
        state federation in annual meet here, 1936/07/03: 1
      Mrs. Christian endorsed for president by Austin women, 1934/07/06: 1
      federated clubs to meet, elect officers Sept. 9, 1953/09/04: 4
      Lee Lorraine Parks District No. 7
        club women hold annual district meeting, 1941/06/13: 4
        conducts successful session in SA, 1939/10/20: 1
        district federation meets, 1942/05/29: 6
        gets ready for state meet, 1940/06/21: 4
        Holloway, Mrs. Tyree, elected president; appointed state health chairman, 1944/07/14: 6
        president issues call for general meeting, 1938/01/28: 6
      M. E. Y. Moore Loving cup given to Women's Progressive Club, 1932/12/16: 1
      meetings in 1953, 1953/01/09: 7
      officers-elect of state federation (photo), 1942/07/17: 7
      SA wins district honors at State Federation meet; Santone adds seventeen new clubs to rolls, 1937/07/16: 1
      San Antonio well represented at state federation, 1938/07/15: 1, 1939/07/14: 6
      Weston, Mrs. S. W.
        declines presidency (photo), 1939/07/14: 6
        president of new unit, 1936/07/10: 1
        reelected chairman of Executive Board (photo), 1938/07/15: 1, 1939/07/14: 6
      Women's Clubs Should Join Federation (editorial), 1934/07/20: 4
    Texas Federation of Labor
      19 Negroes at State Federation of Labor confab, 1940/06/28: 1
      73 attend annual State Federation of Labor session, 1950/06/30: 1
      Bellinger, V. C., brings down labor convention with extemporaneous talk by publisher precipitates thunderous applause (photo), 1940/06/28: 1
      Everett, Freeman, and Phil Register at Federation of Labor Convention (photo), 1940/07/05: 1
    Texas Fraternal Congress
      now integrated; Grand Court of the Order of Calanthe is first Negro fraternal organization to become affiliated, 1968/10/18: 7
        photo, 1968/10/18: 7
    Texas Future Teachers of America
      Haywood, Bertrand W., San Antonian attending Huston-Tillotson College, elected prexy of future teachers, 1958/12/26: 1
    Texas Government
      The Austin Report (column), by Curtis M. Graves, 1969/01/31: 4, 1969/02/14: 4, 1969/02/21: 4, 1969/03/28: 4, 1969/04/04: 4, 1969/04/18: 6
      Ferguson-for-Governor Club to have lobbyists at legislature, 1933/01/13: 6
      five of Bexar County's legislative representatives vote for hate bill to bar NAACP members from all public employment, 1957/03/29: 1
      Flibuster [against anti-Negro segregation bill] teaches world something new about Texas (editorial), 1957/05/10: 4
      The General Public Will Suffer [from Sales Limitation act] (editorial), 1957/04/12: 4
      Governor Allred Calls Special Session of Legislature to Raise Moneys for Pensions and Retirements and Aids to the Blind (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1937/07/16: 4
      Groom, Obie Delano, San Antonio, attends Attorney General's Youth Conference, 1965/08/27: 1
      hearing on NAACP ban set for Friday; Texas attorney general, John Ben Shepperd, seeks to permanently bar NAACP from state, 1956/09/28: 1
      Lockridge, Joseph, Dallas, voted most outstanding freshman by the Texas House, 1967/06/16: 1
      Old-Age Pension Plan Will be Discriminatory (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1939/04/07: 4
      San Antonio is one of thirty NAACP branches in this area "probed" by Attorney General's Office, 1956/09/28: 1
      Texans Have Crop of 104 New Laws (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1935/08/09: 4
      Texas Attorney General's Office representatives examine local NAACP records for "political implications," 1956/09/21: 1
      Texas state solons delay race wrangle, 1957/01/11: 1
    Texas Governors
    Texas Health and Recreation Association
      organized; officers elected, 1950/03/03: 6
    Texas High School Coaches Association
      coaching school has 15 Negroes attending here, 1951/08/03: 7
      large crowd expected for 35th coach school to be held in San Antonio, 1967/06/16: 6
      The Texas All-Star Games [why some divisions have no Negro players] (editorial), 1961/08/11: 4
    Texas History
      Douglass Junior High to present first of history pageants, 1936/01/17: 2
      Negroes Part of Texas History (editorial), 1936/05/01: 4
    Texas Home Demonstration Council
      Herring, Mrs. Zephyr, elected president (photo), 1955/08/19: 2
    Texas Independence
      Capt. Richard Andrews Remembered as First Man to Fall (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1932/04/22: 4
    Texas Industrial Arts Club
      error by PV Publicity Department: Isaac Mabry and Lafayette Reed not from Phillis Wheatley as reported but from Douglass Junior High, 1951/06/01: 3
      Mabry, Isaac, and Lafayette Reed of Phillis Wheatley, are installed as officers of first industrial arts club for Negroes at PV (photo), 1951/05/25: 3
    Texas Institute of International Relations
    Texas Intercollegiate Students Association
      asks J. Crow colleges end, 1954/04/23: 1
      Mayfield, Lloyd D., PV-ite elected chairman, 1960/02/05: 1
      St. Philip's joint faculty-student delegation attends Intercollegiate Executive Council in Austin, 1953/02/13: 6
      Texas State University for Negroes becomes first Negro member of Texas Intercollegiate Students Association, 1951/04/06: 1
    Texas Interscholastic League of Colored Schools
    Texas Junior Academy of Science
      Lazard, Harold, student at Kashmere Gardens, Houston, awarded a first place prize for his research project, 1962/12/21: 1
    Texas Lutheran College (Seguin, TX)
      basketball team
        "B" team plays St. Philip's in San Antonio, 1961/12/08: 5
        St. Philip's nips Texas Lutheran "B," 66-64, 1961/12/15: 5
      Coleman, Evelyn G., Seguin, first Negro in school's history to graduate (photo), 1960/06/17: 2
      football team (Bulldogs)
        meet with Bishop College Tigers in season finale for both teams, 1963/11/22: 5
        overpower Bishop College Tigers 27-6, 1963/11/29: 5
        Texas Lutheran bops Bishop, 42-0, 1967/10/06: 3
    Texas Methodist Students
      annual meet set for Huston-Tillotson, 1958/11/28: 8 (filmed in 12/05 issue)
      meet at McMurry College for annual Thanksgiving conference, 1954/11/26: 1
    Texas Mothers Service Organization
    Texas Motor Exchange
    Texas Music Educators Association
      6000 music educators gather in San Antonio for annual conference (Jo's Jottings), 1969/02/14: 8
    Texas National Guard
      49th Armored Division is desegregated, 1961/10/06: 1
      Madison, Frank, Negro becomes member, 1961/09/15: 1
    Texas Negro Chamber of Commerce
      annual meeting
        Dallas, 1941/07/25: 1
        delegates attend annual convention of C of C (photo), 1962/08/24: 1
        Houston, 1954/07/09: 3
        plans for state C of C session near completion; Dr. George Flemmings, Fort Worth, to deliver meeting keynote address (photo), 1943/07/30: 1
        San Antonio, 1942/08/07: 1, 1943/07/09: 1
          26th annual meeting set for San Antonio, 1962/08/10: 1
          state Convention opens with St. Paul ME Church as headquarters, 1962/08/17: 1
        San Antonio Negro Chamber of Commerce prepares for annual state meet, 1943/07/23: 1
        state C of C has most successful meet in history, 1941/08/08: 1
        state C of C meet adjourns today; Texas chamber elects officers in afternoon, 1943/08/13: 1
      Business Clinic at Prairie View A&M College, awards presented to Texas business leaders (photo), 1961/05/05: 2
      business clinic promoted by, 1944/08/04: 5
      chamber is organized at Dallas meeting, 1938/06/24: 1
      federal officials to address Texas C of C session, 1942/07/24: 4
      History Is Made (editorial), 1938/06/24: 4
      meetings
        holds business clinic at meet, 1944/06/30: 2
        to meet in Dallas Dec. 12, 1947/12/05: 1
        meets in Houston as first phase of new program, 1968/10/04: 1
      nominates controversial Shivers man, Mack H. Hannah, for award, 1955/08/26: 1
      plans state-wide June 19 fete, 1940/05/31: 4
      to review Jim Crow practices, 1942/07/31: 5
      white chamber head to welcome Texas C of C, 1941/08/01: 4
    Texas Negro Citizens Committee
      call war time conference in Austin, 1942/06/12: 1
    Texas Negro County Agents Association
      annual meeting held in Austin, 1958/03/21: 2
    Texas Negro Peace Officers Association
    Texas Negro People's Congress
      councils and affiliated organizations active, 1939/08/18: 6
      executive committee meets here, outlines program for year, 1939/04/21: 1
      held in Austin, 1939/01/06: 1
      purpose of proposed "Negro People's Congress" explained by secretary-organizer, 1939/01/13: 1
    Texas Negro Press Association
      to meet in Houston, 1940/02/23: 1
      Negro Press Ass'n to handle Texas GOP publicity, 1940/08/23: 1
      newspapermen to render program Nov. 30, 1933/11/17: 1
      press association wants exhibit in Texas Centennial; N.B. Edward, Prairie View, again elected president of body, 1935/12/06: 1
      three Texas editors accept appointments on committees of Texas Negro Press Association, 1936/02/28: 7
    Texas Negro Principals Association
      annual meeting
        annual session to close today, 1953/10/30: 1
        Corpus Christi, 1947/10/24: 1
        Portwood, Thomas B., SA school head, addresses annual meeting, 1949/11/04: 1
        San Antonio, 1945/10/12: 1, 1953/10/23: 1, 1964/10/02: 1
          more than 300 attend 27th annual session, 1964/10/16: 1
      Inge, G. P., Jr., principal of Phillis Wheatley High School, elected as state prexy (photo), 1945/10/26: 1
      Kane, Samuel D., principal of Booker T. Washington Elementary
        conference again elects Kane President (photo), 1953/11/06: 1
        elected president at annual conference (photo), 1952/11/07: 1
        elected vice president, 1950/11/03: 1
      officers of Texas school administrators' organization shown (photo), 1945/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
    Texas Nightingales
      benefit held for singers at St. Paul Independent Free Methodist Church, 1965/02/05: 4
      East End Missionary Baptist Church
        interracial musical features Texas Nightingales, 1964/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue)
        Texas Nightingales perform, 1964/10/23: 4
      formerly known as Pearly Gates Singers, now under new management as Texas Nightingales, 1964/10/16: 4
    Texas Package Store Association
      meets at Elks Club, 1948/11/26: 7
    Texas Parent-Teachers Association
    Texas Parks and Wildlife
      deadline for warden cadets is May 15, 1967/05/12: 5
      vacation park space must be reserved, 1967/05/19: 6
    Texas Peace Officers Association
      Note: previously named Texas Negro Peace Officers Association before 1955.
      See also Texas, Oklahoma and Missouri Negro Peace Officers' Association
      See also Texas and Oklahoma Negro Peace Officers' Association
      See also Texas Peace Officers Association, San Antonio Branch
      Allen, R. D.
        one of principal speakers at annual convention of Texas Negro Peace Officers Association (photo), 1952/08/29: 3
        SA police chief scores at Texas Peace officers meeting, 1952/08/29: 1
      annual sermon held at Greater Mt. Olive Baptist with Roscoe Eddings and Tom Chavez as special speakers (photo), 1956/11/09: 4
      annual session/conventions
        11th annual session closes, 1950/09/01: 5
        31st annual session held in Killeen, 1966/09/02: 2
        Austin, 1948/08/27: 1
        Bay City
          26th annual convention held, 1957/08/30: 1
          200 Texas peace officers expected at Bay City meet, 1951/06/15: 1
          set for August, 1951/04/27: 1, 1957/08/16: 1
        Beaumont, 1946/09/13: 1, 1954/08/27: 1
        Dallas
          hosts Texas Peace Officers meet, 1952/08/08: 1
          set for 17th annual session of Texas officers, 1952/08/15: 1
        Fort Worth is site of 25th annual convention, 1960/08/12: 1
        Galveston, 1949/08/12: 1
          34th annual convention convenes in Galveston (Jo's Jottings), 1969/08/29: 8
        Houston is site of 15th annual convention, 1950/08/18: 1
        officers plan for 20th annual convention, 1955/05/06: 1
        plans completed for annual meeting, 1949/05/06: 1
        plans made for Thanksgiving, Christmas events, 1952/11/14: 6
        Port Arthur
          annual session set for August, 1953/08/14: 1
          Graves, Mr. and Mrs. N. W., attend meet in Port Arthur, 1967/09/01: 8
          record meeting held, 1949/09/02: 1
        San Antonio
          24th annual convention ends, 1959/08/21: 1
          annual three-day session to draw some 300 lawmen to city, 1954/08/13: 1
          board has SA session; plans completed for state convention to be held here in August, 1954/04/30: 1
          convention opens Sunday, to continue through Aug. 18, 1965/08/13: 1
          hosts 105 attending convention, 1954/08/20: 1
          officers elected during 24th annual convention, 1959/08/28: 1
          peace officers in convention here, next week; state lawmen convene for two-day session, 1945/09/14: 1
          state meet set for SA, Aug. 15-18, 1965/08/06: 1
          state peace officers meet here next week, 1959/08/14: 1
          Texas Peace Officers to meet here Sept. 17-18, 1945/09/07: 1
        San Antonio peace officers attend annual convention (photo), 1952/08/29: 3
        Santone peace officers prepare for convention, 1942/09/25: 1
        Texas Peace Officers hold successful meet, 1945/09/21: 1
        top attendance at meeting, 1946/09/27: 1
      Brackens, Brown L. (president)
      Branch, C. F., Port Arthur, elected peace officers prexy, 1965/08/20: 1
      Edwards, A. W., only Dixie Negro police lieutenant to speak (photo), 1950/07/07: 1
      Executive Board
        Board of Directors meeting in Austin attended by San Antonio members, 1962/05/04: 3
        board to meet in Bay City April 14, 1957/04/05: 2
        meets in Houston, 1950/04/21: 1, 1950/04/28: 4
      Green, Hubert W., Jr., district attorney is speaker at Yule program, 1955/12/23: 8 (filmed in 12/30 issue)
      Lewis, Leon E., Jr.
        of Galveston, re-elected president at 23rd annual convention in Houston, 1958/08/29: 3
        president, visits San Antonio, 1956/10/19: 6
      officers
        elected during 24th annual convention (photo), 1959/08/28: 1
        officers here for rites, luncheon guests, 1953/06/26: 6
        officers' state board meeting set for April 12 in San Antonio, 1959/04/03: 1
      public warned of phonies posing as cop ad-seekers, 1953/09/25: 1
      SA officers first, third in pistol shooting competition, 1949/09/09: 3
      SA officers take part in Longview emancipation parade, 1955/07/01: 3
      San Antonians in major roles in officers' meeting, 1951/08/10: 1
      Southern Officers' Ass'n plan to be heard at TNPOA, 1951/08/17: 1
      Women's Auxiliary
        33rd annual convention, Victoria, 1968/09/13: 8
          Newton, Mrs. Nathaniel, crowned "Mrs. TOPA" (photo), 1968/09/13: 8
        annual session held in Galveston, 1956/08/31: 1
        Beaumont picked for 1955 meet, Mrs. N. W. Graves of San Antonio elected president, 1954/08/27: 1
        first annual convention held in Beaumont, 1955/09/02: 4
        meetings in 1963, 1963/04/19 Supp: 3
        San Antonians have state offices in TPOA Auxiliary, 1967/09/08: 8
    Texas Peace Officers Association, San Antonio Branch
      Note: previously named Texas Negro Peace Officers Association, San Antonio Branch, before 1955.
      Advisory Board
        to be installed, 1955/02/18: 7
        Bichsel, Chief George W., to be principal speaker at installation, 1953/12/18: 1
      annual Christmas party held (Jo's Jottings), 1967/12/22: 8
      annual sermon
        heard at New Light Baptist Church, 1962/05/25: 4
        set for Sunday at Greater Mt. Olive Baptist, 1951/05/18: 8
      Booker, C. A., elected president of San Antonio Branch No. 1 (photo), 1942/09/25: 1
      civic banquet set for April 6, 1959/03/27: 6
      civilian pistol club sponsored by San Antonio branch, 1953/05/15: 7, 1953/05/22: 7, 1953/05/29: 7, 1953/06/05: 6
      Eddings, Roscoe, again heads local peace officers, 1956/01/20: 7, 1956/10/19: 7
      entertains advisory board, present awards to chief, sheriff, 1952/11/28: 6
      Harris, C. Thompson, speaker for installation of board, 1955/02/25: 4
      holiday cocktail hour and dinner dance entertains wives and dates (Jo's Jottings), 1967/01/06: 8
      James, Waldress A., president
      joint meeting held with Women's Auxiliary, 1966/04/15: 6
      Lewis, John W., elected president, 1960/01/29: 6
      Lieck, Charles J., District Attorney-elect, principal speaker at civic banquet, December 1, 1958/10/24: 6
      "Life Story of Jesus Christ" to be presented Dec. 18, 1955/12/02: 4
      officers ass'n urges restraint in celebrating June 19th, 1955/06/17: 6
      officers dinner postponed until mid-January, 1958/11/28: 6
      picnic held at Pablo's Grove, July 19, 1954/07/16: 7
      Police Advisory body installation set for Sunday, 1954/01/08: 1
      turkey shoot
        annual turkey shoot set, 1966/10/14: 5
        nine birds won at officers "turkey shoot," 1956/11/23: 5
        turkey shoot held, 1958/12/05: 7
      Winton, Ralph
        City Manager is speaker for SA Officers banquet, 1954/01/08: 6
        says Negro policemen are just peace officers, like all others, 1954/02/12: 6
      Wives Auxiliary
        annual picnic set for July 18, 1969/06/27: 9
        annual seminar
          3rd annual seminar held in Port Arthur (Jo's Jottings), 1969/11/07: 8
          workshops hosted, 1968/10/25: 8
        joint meeting held with Texas Peace Officers Association, 1966/04/15: 6
        local members attend state meeting in Bay City, 1957/08/30: 6
        meetings in 1950, 1950/05/19: 2
        meetings in 1951, 1951/02/02: 6, 1951/05/04: 4, 1951/05/18: 7, 1951/06/22: 6, 1951/07/20: 6, 1951/12/14: 6
        meetings in 1952, 1952/02/29: 6, 1952/04/18: 7
        meetings in 1953, 1953/01/09: 7, 1953/09/18 Supp: 2, 1953/10/02: 6, 1953/10/16 Supp: 3, 1953/10/30 Supp: 3, 1953/11/20 Supp: 2, 1953/12/04: 6
        meetings in 1954, 1954/01/15 Supp: 3, 1954/01/29 Supp: 4, 1954/02/19: 6, 1954/03/26: 6, 1954/04/02: 6, 1954/04/16: 6, 1954/05/28: 6, 1954/07/02: 4
        meetings in 1955, 1954/12/24: 3, 1955/01/14: 6, 1955/01/28: 6, 1955/02/18 Supp: 3, 1955/03/04 Supp: 3, 1955/03/18 Supp: 2, 1955/04/01 Supp: 2, 1955/04/15 Supp: 2, 1955/06/03 Supp: 2, 1955/08/19 Supp: 2, 1955/09/30 Supp: 3, 1955/10/28: 6, 1955/12/02: 3
        meetings in 1956, 1956/02/17: 4, 1956/03/02: 6, 1956/03/16: 6, 1956/07/20: 6
        meetings in 1957, 1957/03/22: 2, 1957/07/19: 6
        meetings in 1959, 1959/03/27: 61959/03/27: 6
        meetings in 1961, 1961/02/17: 6, 1961/09/22 Supp: 3, 1961/10/20 Supp: 2, 1961/11/24 Supp: 3
        meetings in 1962, 1962/02/09 Supp: 2
        meetings in 1963, 1963/06/07: 6, 1963/07/19: 6, 1963/08/16: 6, 1963/09/20: 6, 1963/12/20: 6
        meetings in 1964, 1964/01/17 Supp: 2, 1964/02/14: 6, 1964/04/17 Supp: 4 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1964/08/14: 6
        meetings in 1965, 1965/04/16: 6, 1965/07/16: 6, 1965/09/17: 6, 1965/10/15: 6, 1965/12/03: 6
        meetings in 1966, 1966/01/14: 6, 1966/05/20: 6
        meetings in 1968, 1968/05/17: 9, 1968/06/14: 8, 1968/10/18: 8
        meetings in 1969, 1969/06/27: 9
        meetings in 1970, 1970/01/16: 8
        officers
          election held, 1967/11/24: 8
          installation of officers held, 1954/02/26: 6
          officers for fiscal year listed, 1965/12/03: 6
        pre-Valentine tea held (Jo's Jottings), 1966/02/18 Supp: 1
        silver tea held, 1955/03/04: 6, 1955/03/11: 6
    Texas Political Action Committee
      political action group set up with 200 representatives from 15 cities attending; a main objective is a poll tax crusade, 1957/05/17: 1
      state-wide committee set up by San Antonio Baptist Ministers Union for "political action," 1957/05/17: 1
    Texas Progressive Voters League
    Texas Psychological Association
      holds session here, Dec. 6-7, with at least four Negroes in attendance, 1957/12/06: 1
    Texas Real Estate Brokers
      annual board meeting, members in attendance (photo), 1966/12/09: 6
      annual session
        convention blasts opposers of housing act, 1966/06/24: 1
        developing an unrestricted housing market, theme of convention (photo), 1966/06/24: 2
    Texas Republican Convention
      Hoyle, Julia (Mrs. Rector A.), attends convention in Fort Worth, serving as alternate for her husband (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/28 Supp: 4
      Hoyle, Rector A., elected as official delegate to state convention in Fort Worth, 1962/05/18: 6
    Texas School of Practical Nursing
      holds its first graduation exercises (photo), 1952/03/21: 3
    Texas Social and Legislative Conference
      four San Antonio Negroes at legislative meet in Austin, 1949/11/04: 1
    Texas Social Welfare Association
      51st annual conference held in San Antonio, 1961/11/03: 6
    Texas Society for Prevention of Blindness
      opens SA branch office, 1969/12/05: 7
    Texas Southern Alamo City Club
      meetings in 1953, 1953/10/23: 6
    Texas Southern University (Houston, TX)
      See also Texas State University for Negroes (Houston, TX)
      administration
        administration given clean slate by probers, 1953/08/28: 1
        two warring factions said to beset TSU, 1953/05/29: 1
      approved by another college agency, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, 1953/04/10: 4
      athletic teams
        athletic teams feted at banquet, dance, 1955/04/22: 5
        top athletes honored at annual banquet, 1970/05/22: 5
        TSU has greatest sports year in school's history, 1957/06/07: 5
        TSU honors gridiron, court teams, 1955/01/14: 5
      Barnett, Dr. Herman A., III, history-making ex-San Antonian is TSU Men's Convocation speaker, 1958/04/18: 1
      baseball team (Tigers), 1952-1959
        bow out of NAIA meet, 1955/03/11: 5
        Johnnie Davis of Southern University flips no-hitter against TSU, 1953/03/27: 5
        Powell, Earnest, San Antonian hurls three-hitter as TSU wins over Butler, 1952/04/25: 5
        Southern Jaguars, TSU baseballers split series, 1954/03/26: 5
        Southern takes two from Texas College Steers, 1955/04/22: 5
        St. Mary's University hosts TSU nine, May 1-2, 1959/05/01: 5
        TSU nine leading Midwest, 1954/05/07: 5
        TSU nine opens with PV March 8, 1957/03/08: 5
        TSU shares mid-Western BB title with Grambling, 1953/06/05: 5
        Wiley beats TSU two in a row, 1956/04/27: 5
      baseball team (Tigers), 1960-1963
        4 San Antonio high school youths get scholarships, 1960/09/09: 5
        Clack, Phillip Sheppard, San Antonian is TSU's "Baseball Player of Year," 1962/04/27: 3
        Grambling College wins 3rd baseball Southwestern Conference title by defeating Texas Southern, 1963/05/17: 5
        team is led by San Antonians, 1963/03/01: 5
      basketball "B" team
        St. Philip's edged, 74-72, by TSU "Bees," 1954/02/19: 5
        St. Philip's meets TSU "B" team Saturday, 1954/02/12: 5
      basketball team (Tigers), 1951-1955
        bounce PV, 65-55, 1954/01/22: 5
        clip Arkansas State twice, 1955/01/28: 5
        conk Mary Allen 63-36 after slow start, 1951/12/28: 5
        cop own cage tourney, 1954/01/08: 5
        dump Langston 87-64 to win Southwestern crown, 1955/02/25: 5
        netters bow to Southern University, 1954/03/26: 3
        play TSU "B" team Saturday, Jan. 17, 1953/01/16: 5
        PV upends unbeaten Texas Southern in thriller, 1955/02/18: 5
        Texas Southern and Prairie View split pair, 1952/01/18: 5
        Texas Southern sweeps Southwest cage meet, 1955/01/07: 5
        TSU 68, Grambling 61, 1952/02/08: 5
        TSU cagers "comeback kids" of 1951-52, 1952/03/07: 5
        unbeaten TSU wins eighteenth straight game, 1955/02/04: 5
      basketball team (Tigers), 1956-1959
        bow to BAMC, St. Mary's, 1959/12/18: 5
        clobber Arkansas--to play PV, Jan. 25-26, 1957/01/25: 5
        come back in second half to beat Wayland Baptist, 1956/12/14: 5
        cop 3rd Southwestern conference title, 1957/02/22: 5
        dump Prairie View cagers twice, 1957/02/01: 5
        fouls cost TCU important loop game with PV, 80-77, 1959/01/30: 5
        go to finals in NAIA tourney, 1956/03/23: 5
        Grambling cops NAIA district meet against Texas Southern, 91-86, 1959/03/06: 5
        play Wayland in cage opener, 1956/11/30: 5
        speed by St. Mary's 85-78, 1958/12/19: 6
        St. Mary's plays TSU cagers here, Monday, 1958/12/12: 5
        St. Mary's vies with TSU, 1959/12/11: 5
        TSU, Tennessee win spots in NAIA tournament, 1956/03/16: 5
        TSU gets NAIA District No. 6 title against Florida A&M, 1958/03/14: 5
        TSU nears third straight SW title, 1957/02/15: 5
        two intersectional tilts this week, 1958/01/31: 5
        win NAIA meet over St. Francis of Brooklyn, 1957/01/04: 5
      basketball team (Tigers), 1960-1961
        beat St. Mary's in last two seconds, 1961/12/08: 3
        Houston, Melvin, one of two San Antonio brothers, in spring sports at TSU, 1961/03/10: 5
        lose to St. Mary's and Kelly AFB Security-Service Knights, 1960/12/09: 5
        PV gets revenge, busts TSU 108-69, 1960/01/22: 5
        split two games with TSU, 1960/04/08: 5
        St. Mary's, TSU in cage opener here, Saturday, 1961/12/01: 5
        St. Mary's Texas Southern nines in 2-game series, 1960/04/01: 5
        TSU gets even with Lackland AFB, 1960/12/16: 5
      basketball team (Tigers), 1966-1968
        Grambling gets by TSU 66-63, 1967/02/10: 5
        Grambling grabs win from TSU in final minutes, 1966/02/04: 5
        Southern edges TSU 102-98 in two overtimes, 1966/01/21: 5
        Southern raps TSU 91-78, 1967/02/17: 5
        surprising Southern rips PV, TSU, 1968/01/19: 5
      basketball team (Tigers), 1970
        PV and TSU to renew cage war Jan. 17, 1970/01/09: 6
        PV and TSU to tangle Saturday, 1970/01/16: 5
        TSU in thick of zone fight with assault on NAIA District 8 competition, 1970/02/13: 5
      becomes member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), 1952/04/04: 5
      Bellinger, Valmo Charles, delivers commencement address (photo), 1952/05/30: 1
      burglars get $180,000 in registration money, 1969/02/07: 1
      coaches attend Midwestern Athletic annual meeting, 1952/12/26: 5
      concert choir presented by Metropolitan IME Church, 1960/04/29: 8 (filmed in 05/06 issue)
      Debate Team a "first" in East Central State meet, 1958/12/12: 2
      discord at TSU denied by President Lanier, 1953/06/19: 1
      Douglass, Lettye Jo, again elected "Miss Spirit of Cotton" (photo), 1955/03/18 Supp: 3
      Dupree, Mr. and Mrs. C. A., Houston, donate $10,000 for TSU dorms, 1952/03/07: 1
      Extension School
        meeting set for tonight, 1951/09/07: 7
        registration for extension school to be resumed September 20, 1952/09/19: 3
        Saturday last day for TSU extension school registration, 1952/01/25: 6
        set to aid veterans, 1951/08/31: 3
      faculty/staff
        Adams, Edward H.
          basketball coach, named to NAIA cage committee, 1956/11/02: 5
          dies of cerebral hemorrhage (photo), 1958/10/31: 5
          ground broken for PE building named for late coach, 1959/08/21: 5
        Biggers, Dr. John T., honored with Piper Foundation Award, 1964/12/18: 1
        Bradley, Jack, assistant professor of music, elected to Houston "Friends of Music" board of directors, 1962/06/01: 4
        Brannon, Buster, football coach, says Jim Crow hurts SW Conference, 1963/08/23: 5
        Butler, Dr. Broadus N., dean of Arts and Sciences, chosen by Dillard University as president, 1969/08/08: 1
        Durley, Alexander
          athletic director and head football coach, guest speaker at Alamo City Branch YMCA Sportsmen's dinner, 1959/12/11: 3
            photograph, 1959/12/18: 2
          wolves finally get coach Durley's job at TSU, 1965/01/08: 5
        Freeman, Dr. Thomas F.
        Gordon, Lavalius, picked as cage coach, 1969/10/17: 5
        Hartshorn, Dr. Herbert Hadley, appointed dean of College of Arts and Sciences (photo), 1950/12/08: 5
        Hobbs, Dr. Gloria J. Lindsay, meets all requirements for PhD at University Texas (Jo's Jottings), 1962/05/04 Supp: 4
        Lanier, Dr. Raphael O'Hara (president)
        Nabrit, Dr. Samuel (president)
        Palmer, Augustus L., fiscal vice president, resigns for post at Washington Technical Institute in DC, 1970/03/27: 5
        Paul, Clifford, head football coach interviewed by KCOH newscaster Charles Porter (photo), 1969/07/18: 5
        Perry, Dr. Lucille S., professor of Elementary Education, killed by car, 1969/11/21: 1
        Pierce, Dr. Joseph Alphonso, Sr., former president, dies in San Antonio, 1969/09/26: 1
        Rains, Dr. David D., named head of physical education department, 1969/09/19: 5
        Stewart, Jacob T., associate professor to get PhD from Texas U. (photo), 1956/05/25: 1
        Whitney, Davey, head basketball coach quits TSU for Alcorn, 1969/09/12: 5
        Wright, Stanley
          named referee for Drake University Relays, 1963/03/22: 5
          track and field coach, tapped by State Department for overseas job, 1962/06/08: 5
      fire razes athletic dorm, 1959/01/16: 1
      Flowers, Frances, coed accidentally shot to death, 1969/02/28: 1
      football team (Tigers), 1951-1952
        claw Southern Jaguars, 14-7, 1952/10/03: 7
        conk Alcorn, 1951/11/23: 5
        flatten Paul Quinn, 1951/11/02: 5
        Ford, Adolphus, TSU ace, nation's top passer, 1951/12/28: 5
        Grambling snowed under by TSU, 46-14, 1952/10/17: 5
        have 10-game card, 1952/09/05: 5
        hope for banner football season, 1951/08/17: 5
        in important conference row, 1952/10/31: 5
        mangle Alcorn Braves, 19-0, 1952/11/21: 5
        powder Bishop, 85-0, 1952/10/24: 3
        Prairie View throttles Texas Southern U., 33-13, 1951/12/07: 5
        reserves smother Bishop, 47-0, 1951/11/30: 5
        to risk 1952 grid record for charity, Dec. 6, 1952/11/28: 5
        seek first victory over Southern U., 1952/09/26: 5
        spoil Paul Quinn's homecoming, 1952/11/14: 5
        tough 10-game grid slate faces TSU, 1952/08/15: 5
        TSU, Lincoln (Mo.) battle to thrilling 13-13 tie, 1952/10/31: 5
        TSU, Lincoln (Mo.) in top game of nation Saturday, 1952/10/24: 3
        wop Jackson, 21-6, 1951/10/12: 5
        work hard for Butler game, Sept. 22, 1952/09/12: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1953
        bop PV, 13-12, in bowl game, 1953/01/09: 5
        end spring training with 26-7 win over exes, 1953/04/10: 3
        face Southern U. in early season clash of Titans, 1953/09/25: 3
        Southern U. outclasses, TSU, 28-6, 1953/10/02: 5
        three Wheatleyites in TSU's bumper crop of frosh, 1953/09/18: 5
        TSU expected to give Prairie View its toughest test, Jan. 1, 1953/12/25: 5
        TSU unpacks crying towels by the gross, 1953/07/17: 7
      football team (Tigers), 1954
        enroll crack frosh athletic talent, 1954/07/30: 5
        football schedule for coming season released, 1954/07/16: 5
        Prairie View, TSU meet in New Year's Day "Classic," 1954/12/31: 5
        Prairie View Panthers rip TSU, 33-8, in bowl game, 1954/01/08: 5
        PV comes from behind to whip TSU in New Year's bowl tilt, 1955/01/07: 5
        Southern U. rocks Texas Southern 27-6, 1954/10/01: 5
        Texas College Steers lose to TSU, 15-7, 1954/10/08: 5
        TSU gets first victory over Langston, 1954/11/05: 3
      football team (Tigers), 1955
        Ford, Audrey, All-American returns from Army, 1955/08/05: 5
        Gardley, Lloyd, ex-Lion roars for Texas Southern, 1955/09/30: 5
        Southern U. said to be set for TSU, 1955/09/23: 5
        Tigers mangle PV Panthers, 27-18, 1955/10/14: 5
        TSU expects to have best team in history, 1955/09/09: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1956
        bang Southern, 1956/09/28: 5
        clobber Langston 50-7, 1956/11/02: 5
        ex-Lion gridders stars of TSU intra-squad game, 1956/04/06: 5
        final NAIA grid statistics rank TSU high, 1956/12/21: 5
        get five top high school athletes, 1956/08/03: 5
        have tough 10-game schedule, 1956/08/31: 5
        Mumford mum on starters for TSU Saturday, 1956/09/21: 5
        PV has 6-5 record in 11 TSU games, meeting 4 times in annual bowl game, 1956/12/28: 5
        rip Jackson College, 26-13, 1956/11/09: 5
        and Southern of Louisiana meet in battle of titans in Galveston, 1956/08/10: 5
        Southern-TSU game moved to Galveston, 1956/07/06: 5
        start grid grind on August 28, 1956/08/17: 5
        stun Texas Southern, 6-0, 1956/10/05: 5
        tag PV, 13-7, 1956/10/12: 5
        three ex-Lions star as TSU skins Texas College Steers, 1956/10/19: 7
        thump Arkansas, cinches conference tie, 1956/11/23: 5
        TSU and P. Quinn game reset for Nov. 12, 1956/11/09: 5
        TSU and Prairie View again meet in PV bowl, Jan. 1, 1956/12/14: 5
        Williams, James C., ex-Lion is captain (photo), 1956/03/09: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1957
        chosen for PV New Year's Bowl game, 1957/12/13: 5
        come from behind to beat Texas College, 1957/10/25: 5
        Grambling smothered by TSU, 59-14, 1957/11/22: 5
        grid hopes high again at TSU, 1957/04/19: 5
        lose Hosea Jackson, top ground gainer for season, with injuries, 1957/11/08: 5
        plaster Mississippi Vocational, 57-6, 1957/12/06: 3
        Prairie View upends TSU in New Year's Day game, 1957/01/04: 5
        PV, TSU grid feud moves into Cotton Bowl, 1957/10/04: 5
        road-weary TSU plays on home lot, Saturday against Jackson College, 1957/11/08: 5
        start twelfth grid season on Sept. 1, 1957/08/02: 5
        top prep grid stars enroll at TSU, 1957/08/23: 5
        TSU uses safeties to get 6-6 tie with PV in annual New Year's Day game, 1958/01/03: 5
        vengeful TSU meets Prairie View, January 1, 1957/12/27: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1958
        Glosson, William, receives Most Valuable Football Player award (photo), 1958/05/09: 5
        secret is out--TSU played BAMC Comets here, Sat., with TSU defeated, 20-8, 1958/10/10: 5
        spring grid grind starts February 10, 1958/01/31: 5
        Texas College edges Texas Southern, 13-12, 1958/10/24: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1959
        20,000 expected for annual State Fair game with Prairie View, 1959/10/16: 5
        play Florida A and M in night game, 1959/11/20: 5
        Prairie View, TSU meet in Cotton Bowl, 1959/10/09: 5
        Whitmore, Clarence, SA freshman guard breaks into starting lineup, 1959/11/20: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1960
        6 members of Beaumont's Hebert High School, state AAA champions, report for practice, 1960/09/09: 5
        edge University of Corpus Christi, 1960/10/28: 5
        Florida A&M flattens TSU, 30-8, 1960/12/02: 5
        Grambling pulverizes TSU, 51-0, 1960/11/11: 5
        Southern comes back in 2nd half to edge TSU, 1960/09/30: 5
        TSU gets five SA high school grid stars, 1960/07/08: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1961-1962
        go to air to measure Lackland AFB Warriors, 20-7, 1962/10/19: 5
        Grambling defeats TSU, 23-19, 1961/11/10: 5
        Tigers boast fast, heavy, experienced team, 1962/09/21: 3
        TSU holds onto its No. 1 ranking, 1961/10/20: 5
        TSU rated No. 1 by ANP, 1961/10/13: 7
        use air to defeat scrappy Bishop, 42-6, 1962/10/05: 5
        use long runs to whip Southern University, 1962/09/28: 6
      football team (Tigers), 1963-1964
        five 1963 stars to play professional football, 1964/07/10: 5
        Grambling Tigers spoil TSU's homecoming, 1964/11/06: 5
        grid squad has 23 lettermen, 1963/08/30: 5
        Southern Jaguars edge TSU, 1964/09/25: 5
        three SA gridders doing well at TSU, 1963/08/16: 5
        Tigers ready for successful 1964 grid season, 1964/08/07: 5
        TSU bops Lackland Warhawks, 1964/10/09: 5
        Zenn, Carl, stars in 34-13 win over Wiley, 1963/11/01: 4
      football team (Tigers), 1965-1966
        Prairie View upsets TSU to reshape SWAC football standings, 1966/11/25: 7
        Southern U. bows to Texas Southern, 1966/09/23: 5
        Southern U. gridders, under new head, clash with TSU Saturday, 1965/09/17: 5
        Southern U., TSU battle to 14-14 stalemate, 1965/09/24: 5
      football team (Tigers), 1967-1968
        Astrodome game between TSU and Grambling marks new era, 1968/10/25: 5
        Grambling blasts TSU, 28-18, before 35,465 spectators, 1968/11/08: 5
        Southern, TSU in SWAC headliner, 1968/09/20: 6
        Southern and TSU meet in SWAC opener Saturday, 1967/09/15: 5
        Southern U. nips TSU in double overtime, 1968/02/16: 5
        Southern U. rallies to down TSU, 21-7, 1967/09/22: 5
        SWAC title rides on TSU-Grambling game, 1968/11/01: 5
        TSU, Grambling meet in Astrodome Nov. 2, 1968/10/18: 5
        TSU nips Southern U., 1968/09/27: 5
        TSU nudges Jackson State, 1967/11/17: 6
      football team (Tigers), 1969
        Adams, Julius, gridder is example of "pure soul," 1969/10/24: 5
        Banks, Earl, Morgan State College coach, worries about TSU passing and astroturf in the Astrodome, 1969/12/05: 5
        expected to be terrific on defense, 1969/09/12: 5
        expects 25 lettermen, 1969/08/22: 5
        Grambling, TSU eye Astrodome, 1969/10/17: 6, 1969/11/07: 6
        Grambling-TSU game expected to be rerun of 1968 thriller, 1969/11/14: 5
        grid schedule announced, 1969/08/15: 5
        Mays, David Willie
          may be TSU all-time great passer, 1969/10/31: 5
          sets new mark with each toss, 1969/11/28: 5
        meets Morgan State College at Astrodome, 1969/11/28: 7
        meets MVS in Mississippi, 1969/10/24: 5
        outstanding crop of frosh gridders at TSU, 1969/09/12: 5
        PV and TSU in Turkey Day clash in Astrodome, 1969/11/21: 5
        Richardson brothers set for TSU when Jackson State College arrives, 1969/11/07: 5
        Southern, TSU battle Saturday in Baton Rouge, 1969/09/19: 5
        starts Booker T. Washington's 1968 All-State quarterback, Larry Foster, 1969/10/03: 5
        Tigers take on Tennessee State U. Tigers, 1969/10/03: 5
        TSU, Alcorn to battle in Galveston, 1969/10/17: 5
        TSU, Southern in 13-13 stalemate, 1969/09/26: 5
        TSU has the quarterbacks: David Mays and Larry Foster, 1969/09/19: 6
        TSU's All American end, Ken Burroughs, is ready, 1969/08/29: 5
      Ford Foundation Grant of $600,000 to improve managerial, executive positions training, 1965/01/01: 1
      Franklin, Moro Jean, Galveston, selected to attend Washington Student Citizenship Seminars representing the student YWCA (Jo's Jottings), 1962/06/08 Supp: 1
      golf, Prairie View golfers best Texas Southern in dual meet, 1966/04/29: 5
      Gray, George, ace Houston prep athlete enrolls at TSU, 1953/08/21: 3
      James, Rev. Samuel H., Jr., addresses TSU summer classes at commencement, 1956/08/31: 2
      Jenkins, Dr. Martin D., president of Morgan State College is commencement speaker (photo), 1961/05/19: 3
      Lewis, Barbara Jean, senior coed, chosen "Miss FTA," 1955/04/08: 1
      Powell, Earnest
        SA athlete at TSU letters in two sports, 1952/06/06: 5
        San Antonian hurls three-hitter as TSU wins over Butler, 1952/04/25: 5
        San Antonio ex-AAAer named TSU cage captain, 1951/05/11: 5
      Pryor, Willie D., participates in Humble Oil and Refining Co. program that helps people earn college degrees (photo), 1966/11/11: 8
      registration set for Saturday, 1952/09/12: 6
      Riley, Lloyd, elected national president of National American Student Bar Association, 1953/10/16: 1
      Scott, Joseph A., Jr., named to Board of Directors (photo), 1963/03/29: 1
      sit-down strikes
        'Sippi bigot in Houston loses a few of his teeth, 1960/03/11: 1
        student crusaders fuss among selves; factional fight develops as city is given ultimatum, 1960/04/22: 3
      Smith, Franchesca, singer in finals of Metropolitan Opera auditions, 1969/02/21: 10 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
      Southwestern Conference membership
        quits Southwestern Athletic Conference, 1955/08/12: 5
        TSU admitted to Southwestern Conference, 1954/05/21: 5
      student riot
        four TSU students at US probe, 1967/12/01: 1
        NAACP asks Office of Economic Opportunity to reinstate 3 students dismissed from poverty program job as a result of involvement in riot, 1967/09/08: 1
        NAACP requests investigation of "vengeful" rampage by Houston police against students and property at TSU, 1967/05/26: 1
        NAACP to defend 4 accused TSU students of killing a policeman during the riot, 1967/06/16: 1
        TSU collegians issue program to 'bring justice' after jailing of students and destruction of property during a riot May 17, 1967/05/26: 1
        TSU riot charges against more than 400 students dismissed, 1967/07/14: 1
      swimming team bested by Southern U. swimmers, 1966/01/21: 5
      teachers of disadvantaged students selected for special summer institute, 1966/01/14: 1
      tennis team
        meets Alamo City Tennis Club team here Sunday, 1954/04/09: 5
        netters host annual Ebony Classic tennis tournament June 19-21, 1970/06/12: 5
        PV net stars score victory over TSU, 1966/04/29: 5
      Texas Southern, PV coaches, stars on television, 1952/12/19: 5
      track and field team (Tigerettes), 1968
        Texas Relays queen congratulates Tigerettes (photo), 1968/04/19: 6
        TSU Lassies sweep through recent Texas Relays (photo), 1968/04/19: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1952-1954
        host Mid-West Conference field and track meet May 16, 17, 1952/05/09: 5
        Lincoln, Mo., edges TSU for Mid-West track title, 1952/05/23: 5
        thinlies take second in NAIA, 1954/06/11: 5
        thinly clads dominate 27th 'Skegee relays, 1953/05/08: 5
        tie Drake 440 relay mark, 1954/04/30: 7
        top sprinters to AAU meet, 1953/06/26: 5
        TSU second to Texas U. in Southern AAU meet in Houston, 1954/06/04: 5
        TSU women's track team in PV relays, 1952/03/28: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1955-1957
        Bush, Theodius, speed demon re-enters TSU after Army stint, 1956/08/03: 5
        Class A state champion track team--all 198 pounds of him (Lemuel Williams)--enters TSU, 1955/08/05: 5
        cop SW Conference Track Crown, 1955/05/13: 5
        high jumper, Bennie Roy, ranked tenth best in world, 1955/01/21: 5
        set new mile relay record at Prairie View meet, 1955/04/08: 4
        take Xavier U. track meet, 1955/04/29: 5
        thinlies will vie in 11 meets, 1957/03/08: 5
        TSU thinlies run away with own meet, TSU Quandrangular Relays, 1955/04/01: 5
        TSU wins Southwestern Conference field and track title, 1957/05/10: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1960-1961
        AAU lifts suspension [for boycotting U. of Houston track meet], 1961/06/23: 5
        Boston, Ralph, gets 47 points for Tennessee State A and I, but TSU wins NAIA title, 1961/06/09: 5
        crack 440 mark at Kansas relays, 1961/04/28: 5
        history made as TSU wins Border Olympics crown, 1960/03/11: 5
        Houston, Allen, one of two San Antonio brothers, in spring sports at TSU, 1961/03/10: 5
        relay team among nation's top, 1960/06/24: 5
        six TSU thin clads to vie in NAIA meet, 1961/05/26: 5
        TSU repeats, tan thinlies star in Border Olympics, 1961/03/17: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1962-1963
        Bell, T. J., helps TSU break Border Olympics records, 1962/03/16: 5
        break up Kansas Relays, winning five events and smashing records, 1962/04/27: 3
        dominate Drake Relays for third straight year, 1963/05/03: 5
        enter team in Texas Relays, 1962/03/23: 5
        Pratt, Gerald, 10,000 see pole vaulter soar over 16 feet, first Negro to do so at TSU Relays, 1963/03/29: 5
        TSU goes mad at Texas Relays, enters all five events, wins all of them, and sets records, 1962/04/13: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1964-1965
        coach says this year's team his "best" ever, 1964/02/21: 5
        record crowd expected for SWAC track meet at TSU, 1965/04/30: 5
        SWAC cinder path rivalry turns into hot feud--TSU could get kicked out, 1965/04/30: 3
        TSU thinly ineligible, Southern U. given SWAC track crown, 1964/09/11: 5
        TSU's disqualification voids SWAC track title, 1964/05/22: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1966-1968
        Harv Nairn is star of TSU Relays, 1968/03/22: 5
        scenes from Texas Southern University Relays (photo), 1966/05/27: 5
        Southern U. runs off with Texas Southern relays, 1966/03/25: 5
        TSU ties world 440-yard relay mark, 1967/04/28: 5
        two-mile and distant medley winners at Texas Relay (photo), 1968/04/19: 6
        upsets Southern U. for SWAC track title, 1967/05/19: 5
      track and field team (Tigers), 1970
        Clyde Duncan ex-star top sprinter, named assistant track coach, 1970/06/12: 5
        TSU inks distance thinly aces, 1970/06/05: 5
        TSU signs top white trackster from Des Moines, Iowa: Patrick Hampe, 1970/06/12: 5
      TSU, PV heads say Negroes want separate schools, 1954/07/02: 1
      white students to be admitted in September, 1956/01/20: 1
      Williams, James Clint
        ex-Lion, awarded as top scholar of TSU athletes, 1956/04/20: 5
        ex-Lion is captain of football team (photo), 1956/03/09: 5
        San Antonio athletic great, is most honored Texas Southern athlete, 1957/05/03: 5
    Texas Southern University School of Law (Houston, TX)
      See also Texas State University for Negroes (Houston, TX), Law School
      American Bar Ass'n accredits TSU Law School, 1958/03/14: 1
      Groves, Harry Edward, elected dean of the Law School (photo), 1956/11/16: 1
      scholarship in honor of former dean of University of Texas Law School, Charles T. McCormick, given to law school, 1964/09/18: 1
    Texas-Southwestern Cowboys-Cowgirls Association
      banquet held at Bastrop, 1960/12/02: 5
      plans banquet for November, 1960/11/18: 5
    Texas State Association and Beauty Culturist League No. 47
      Note: previously called Texas State Association of Negro Beauty Culturists
      El Paso City-Wide Beauticians present 10 debutantes at ball, 1970/01/09: 4
        photo, 1970/01/09: 2
      executive board
        executive meeting held at Dallas, 1947/06/27: 6
        meets to plan convention in Fort Worth, 1962/05/18 Supp: 1
        photo, 1949/05/20 Supp: 3
      Hicks, Jessie Mae
        donates service to state association of Negro Beauty Culturists, 1948/10/15: 6
        new president of state Negro Beauty Culturists (photo), 1946/10/18: 1
        vice president of National Beauty Culturists League (photo), 1947/08/22: 1
      meetings
        17th annual convention in San Antonio
          Campbell, Dr. Ann L., guest speaker (photo), 1960/09/30 Supp: 3
          Clark, Mary A., president, to preside (photo), 1960/09/30 Supp: 3
          Jo's Jottings, 1960/09/30 Supp: 4
          Littlefield, Dorothy Mae, second place winner in hair style fashion show (photo), 1960/10/14 Supp: 3
          more than 500 beauticians attend state meet, 1960/10/07: 1
        19th annual convention and 20th anniversary of the League held in Fort Worth with a number of San Antonians attending (Jo's Jottings), 1962/10/19 Supp: 1
        23rd annual meeting
          closes (Jo's Jottings), 1966/10/14: 8
          held in Austin, 1966/09/16: 7
        25th annual meeting, San Antonians attend, 1968/10/25: 9
        annual meeting held in Wichita Falls (Jo's Jottings), 1965/10/15 Supp: 1
        annual state convention ends session, 1949/10/07: 1
        Cunningham, Valese Young, Hicks Beauty School, attends 19th annual convention in Fort Worth (Jo's Jottings), 1962/10/05 Supp: 1
        Givens, Mrs. C. E., and Maggie Grice, attend annual board meeting in Beaumont, 1963/05/10 Supp: 3
        plans completed for state beauty meet says prexy, Jessie Mae Hicks, 1947/08/29: 6
        plans made for meeting in October, 1949/05/20: 4
        San Antonians well represented at meeting, 1961/10/13 Supp: 2
        state convention set for San Antonio, 1949/09/23: 1
      Newton, Julius, receives plaque for meritorious service at Texas State Beauty Culturist Association meeting in Wichita Falls (photo), 1965/10/22: 6
    Texas State Association of Colored Beauticians
      16th annual banquet
        annual meet set for San Antonio, 1960/09/23: 6
        banquet, style show set for beauticians, public, 1960/09/23: 6
        Beauty Show Owners Forum plans readied, Hattie Briscoe, guest speaker, 1960/09/23: 6
      beauticians see exhibit, hear talk on tuberculosis, 1949/10/14: 6
        photo, 1949/10/14 Supp: 2
      local beauticians urged to join state association, 1939/03/10: 6
      speakers, artist for meeting named, 1949/09/30: 1
      state charter granted to hairdressers and cosmetologists association, 1937/12/17: 5
      state convention set for next week in Corpus Christi, 1953/10/02: 1
    Texas State Board of Cosmetology
      Hicks, Jessie Mae
        speaks to State Board of Cosmetology about new ruling only for "colored schools," 1967/06/02: 7
        wins point at Board meeting that Negro applicants will not have to have hair relaxers, 1967/06/16: 9
    Texas State Fair
      Banks, W. R., ex-PV prexy defends Negro Day, 1955/05/13: 1
      Braithwaite, Jacquelyn, awarded a consolation prize in the Baby Doll parade (photo), 1953/11/06 Supp: 2
      Bunche High School students, Waelder, TX, sweep state honors at Texas Fair, 1963/11/01: 2
      crowd of 125,000 expected for first post-war fair, 1946/09/27: 1 (Section 2)
      Dallas Chamber of Commerce withdraws, then gives back support of Negro Day, 1955/10/21: 1
      Guadalupe County lad, Ed Hil, has champion barrow, 1947/10/31: 1, 1947/10/31: 5
      J. Crow blasted by state NAACP, 1952/11/21: 1
      Oct. 16 is "Negro Day" at state fair, 1939/09/22: 1
      Oct. 17 is "Negro Day" at state fair, 1938/10/14: 1
      official state fair, football game figures, 1954/10/22: 1
      100,000 attendance goal is set for Negro Day at State Fair, 1940/08/30: 5, 1940/09/27: 5, 1941/09/26: 4
      Race pours into Fair for "Negro Day," grid games; first adverse weather in 12 years keeps crowd from 100,000 goal, 1940/10/18: 1
      Thomas, Allie Harold, Sweet Home 4-H, exhibits reserve grand champion barrow (photo), 1956/11/02: 2
      Waelder boys have champion barrow winners, 1960/11/04: 2
      Wiley-PV game again feature of Texas Fair, 1946/10/04: 3
      Woods, Gloria
        wins all-state queen contest at State Fair (photo), 1940/10/18: 1
        wins coveted honor of "Queen of Texas" at the State Fair (Jo's Jottings), 1940/10/18: 6
    Texas State Federation of Labor
      elects Negro vice president, Freeman Everett, 1947/07/25: 6
      golden jubilee convention meets in SA next week, 1950/06/23: 1
      Sapenter, J. H., chairman of state convention (photo), 1950/06/23: 1
    Texas State Medical Association
      Bexar County Medical, Pharmaceutical and Dental Association, Women's Auxiliary, hosts tea for visiting members of the Texas State Medical Association (Jo's Jottings), 1936/07/17: 6
    Texas State Optical
    Texas State Teachers Association
      Armstead, Priscilla, appointed chair of Instructional Services committee of Alamo District 29, TSTA, 1970/01/30: 9
      drops color bar; integration approved by overwhelming vote, 1964/10/30: 1
      Hodge, Artis, Wheatley student chosen "Mr. FTA" of Future Teachers of America, affiliated with TSTA (photo), 1970/02/13: 1
      moves to accept Negro teachers, 1964/08/21: 1
    Texas State University for Negroes (Houston, TX)
      See also Texas Southern University (Houston, TX)
      another suit filed against university, 1946/10/04: 1
      Banks, Edwards, Loud, and Morgan appointed to board of directors (photo), 1947/05/30: 1
      baseball team (Tigers)
        Powell, Earnest, San Antonio ex-AAAer named TSU cage captain, 1951/05/11: 5
        pull triple play in beating PV twice, 3-1, 5-3, 1951/03/16: 5
        Texas State U., Southern split two game series, 1951/04/13: 5
      basketball team (Tigers)
        cagers shade Grambling, 64-65, 1948/02/20: 4
        edge TSU "B" team when Staters reduced to four men, 1951/02/02: 5
        Kelly AFB Brown Bombers try TSU, 1951/01/26: 5
        lose to Alcorn, 1951/02/23: 5
        Tillotson wins one from Paul Quinn, loses one to TSU, 1951/02/23: 5
        TSU takes pair from Tillotson, 1951/02/02: 5
      becomes first Negro member of Texas Intercollegiate Students Association, 1951/04/06: 1
      becomes member of Midwestern Athletic Association, 1950/08/04: 3
      Bowden, Artemisia and Rev. James blast dual education on KMAC (photo), 1947/04/25: 1
      decentralized Texas Negro University opposed, 1946/10/25: 1
      Extension School, 30 San Antonians attend TSU classes in Seguin, 1949/12/02: 6
      first round, for university at Austin, is lost; court says it is without jurisdiction to issue writ against Regents, 1946/09/27: 1
      football team (Tigers), 1947
        PV and Texas State ready for Jan. 1 clash, 1947/12/26: 3
        Sam Huston meets Texas State in stadium (photo), 1949/10/21: 3
        Texas State Tigers again wallop PV, 12-0, 1948/01/09: 3
      football team (Tigers), 1949
        hopes high for '49, 1949/09/09: 3
        Houstonians to follow TSU team to San Antonio, 1949/09/30: 3
        look to new day under Alexander Durley, 1949/08/26: 3
        Sam Huston, Texas State in stadium bout Oct. 22, 1949/10/14: 3
        Sam Huston Dragons turn back Texas State, 15-0, 1949/10/28: 3
        Texas State, SHC play in SA, Oct. 22, 1949/09/23: 3
        TSU tops Wiley in mud, 12-0, 1949/12/16: 3
        upset Grambling, 1949/11/11: 3
        upset Tillotson, 1949/10/07: 3
      football team (Tigers), 1950-1951
        1951 grid schedule announced, 1951/03/09: 5
        Grambling rolls in last half to beat TSU, 26-2, 1950/10/20: 3
        Posey, Odie stars as Southern puts 19-0 whammy on Texas, 1950/09/29: 5
        schedule 11 grid games, 1950/06/16: 3
        in second year under Durley as coach, 1950/09/08: 5
        spring training starts Feb. 13, 1950/01/27: 3
        subdue Wiley Wildcats, 6-0 in mud, 1950/09/22: 3
      Judge Terrell urges Texas to set up 'greatest school in world' for Race, 1947/03/07: 1
      Lanier, Dr. Raphael O'Hara
      Law School
      Loud, Rev. Ira Benjamin, named to board of directors (photo), 1947/04/04: 1
      Negroes opposed to separate "makeshift" university, A&M college, 1946/08/16: 1
      new Board of Directors is first bi-racial board in Texas (photo), 1951/03/30: 3
      new Texas State University for Negroes to open Sept. 8, 1947/07/18: 1
      nine new PhDs elected to faculty, 1948/06/18: 1
      petition filed to establish Negro branch provided for in constitution, 1946/07/26: 1
      Prairie View is accused as "tool" of scheme, 1946/10/25: 1
      Schoolmasters' Club organized, 1949/07/22: 6
      Texas Council asks for Negro branch of Texas U., 1946/08/16: 1
      Texas U. paper scores seeming indifference over education fight, 1947/03/07: 1
      track and field, PV edges Tillotson, TSU in triangular meet, 1951/04/20: 5
      TSU difficulties aired at "closed" meeting, 1950/01/13: 5
      UT Board of Regents ponder erection of university to beat court action, 1946/07/05: 1
    Texas Supreme Court
      Bellinger, Harry, endorses Judge Graham B. Smedley for Texas Supreme Court, 1952/07/25: 3
      Brooks, J. Harold, obtains 2nd highest grade on the bar examination, given honor of speaking before the court (photo), 1967/06/02: 1
      renders notable decision in Odd Fellows' case, affecting fraternal insurance, 1937/07/09: 1
      Smedley, Judge Graham B., candidate for associate justice, endorsed by Oliver W. Johnson, 1952/07/18: 2
    Texas Tall Girls Club
      See also Les Grandes Filles Social Club
      Les Grandes Filles Social Club reorganizes and renames itself Texas Tall Girls, 1965/01/29: 6
      meetings in 1964, 1964/03/06: 6
      meetings in 1965, 1965/04/02: 6, 1965/12/10 Supp: 2
    Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX)
      color bar down; Negroes accepted if they are qualified, 1961/07/28: 1
    Texas Tuberculosis Association
      42nd annual meeting to be held here April 18, 19, 1952/04/11: 3
      announces two summer school scholarships in health education, 1934/02/02: 1
      annual session underway here, 1952/04/18: 3
      Fields, Robert E.
        attends annual session of Texas Tuberculosis Association, 1953/04/10: 6
        scores committee appointments at TB meeting, 1952/04/25: 1
      meets in Houston with Bexar County members attending, 1958/03/28: 6
      Preacher, Dr. M. L., to attend post-graduate medical assembly at PV and annual meeting of the Texas Tuberculosis Association in Tyler, 1937/03/12: 6
      Texas TB Association speaker at Corpus Christi, 1944/11/24: 6
    Texas United Pension Association
      convention to be held in San Antonio, 1947/02/28: 6
    Texas University
    Texas Vocational Nurses Association
      meet in San Antonio Tuesday, April 30, 1957/04/26: 6
    Texas Workman's Cooperative Association
      Negro branch established in Austin, 1933/04/28: 1
    Texas Young Democratic Clubs
      defy US Supreme Court primary voting ruling, 1945/11/23: 5
    Textbooks
    Tharpe, Sister Rosetta
      to become bride of Russell Morrison, July 1, 1951/06/08: 6
      at Down-Town Municipal Aud. March 28, 1947/03/21: 7, 1947/03/28: 6
      gospel-singing favorite here Sept. 11 (photo), 1946/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue)
      at Kenwood Church of God in Christ (photo), 1947/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue)
      Lucky Millinder and Sister Rosetta Tharpe come to San Antonio (photo), 1942/04/10: 6, 1942/04/17: 6, 1945/09/21: 6, 1945/09/28: 7
      in Seguin concert (photo), 1947/02/07: 6
      weds road manager, Russell Morrison, in DC before 15,000, 1951/07/13: 3
    Theater and Theaters
      See also Curtain Callers Dramatourgia Club
      See also Junior Little Theatre
      See also Junior Theatre Guild
      See also Negro Little Theater
      See also Phillis Wheatley Dramatic Guild
      See also Russell House Dramatic Club
      Ace Theatre to reopen after repairs, 1943/07/23: 6
      Alamo Drive-In Theatre
        invites patronage of all movie-goers, 1957/10/04: 7
        This Is Gratifying [theatre admits all patrons when 95 per cent of theatres decline to admit Negroes] (editorial), 1957/10/04: 4
        welcomes all new patrons, 1957/10/25: 7
      "Angel Street"
        box office opens Saturday for ticket exchange, 1947/10/24: 6
        dramatic thriller to be presented by Second Baptist Church, 1947/10/17: 6
        Henry, Edwin, has police role (photo), 1947/10/17: 6
        LaMuriel Morris scores in "Angel Street," 1947/10/31: 4
      "Anna Lucasta"
        Black, Valerie, has title role in second "Anna Lucasta" troupe (photo), 1945/11/02: 4
        three Annas celebrate anniversary of (photo), 1946/09/13: 6
      Antonian Community Theatre presents "Black and White Checkerboard Society," 1968/12/06: 8
      "Applesauce"
        to be presented by Delta Sigma Theta, 1938/10/07: 6
        hilarious comedy to open theatrical season, 1938/10/28: 6
        play is delightful comedy (photo), 1938/11/11: 6
        role of busy-body played by Laura Brooks, 1938/11/18: 6
      Avon Theater, New Theater to be erected on East Commerce on Site of Old "Brownskin Cafe" (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1940/04/05: 4
      Aztec Theatre
        The Aztec Episode [insults Negroes with fire escape entrance] (editorial), 1933/12/15: 4
        Green Pastures and Negro Play Goers (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1933/12/15: 4
      "The Bat"
        Allen, E. Celeste, has role (photo), 1949/10/21: 7
        Mrs. Lois White, Mrs. Jayelle Adams, and Mrs. Alyce B. Hines in thriller (photo), 1949/10/14 Supp: 3, 1949/10/21 Supp: 2
        mystery-thriller to be presented by Second Baptist, Oct. 24-25, 1949/10/14: 7
      "Blind Alley" to offer many thrills, 1940/10/11: 6
      "Brotherhood of Man" pageant
      Cameo Theatre
        all-Negro newsreel to be shown weekly, 1942/12/25: 7
        amateur shows at Cameo Theatre to showcase school children, 1941/02/21: 7
        "Baseball Today" with guides Monte Irvin and Fred "Duke" Slater, to be shown, 1954/05/28: 5
        "Breast Self-Examination" shown free of charge, Feb. 26, 1959/02/20: 6
        church services
          Alexander, Rev. Paul, holds evangelistic services each Sunday at Cameo Theater (photo), 1954/05/07: 8 (filmed on 05/14 issue)
          Antioch Baptist Church choir featured, 1961/12/15: 4
          Black, Rev. Claude William, Jr., resumes Cameo services (photo), 1945/09/07: 8
          Callies, Rev. R. A., Sr., conducts inspirational hour of services (photo), 1961/12/01: 4
          church services held each Sunday morning, 1950/05/19: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue), 1950/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue)
          Covington, Rev. Harrison, to hold services, 1959/06/26: 8 (filmed in 07/03 issue)
          Inspirational Hour
            attracts many to theatre services, 1962/05/25: 4
            Concertettes of Mt. Zion First Baptist Church to be heard on Inspirational Hour, 1962/02/09: 8
            congregation audience sings at services, 1962/09/28: 8
            features Christmas play by Riley Elementary School, 1961/12/22: 8
            features its own choir, 1962/03/30: 4
            shifts to new locale for Sunday services, East Terrace Courts in the Golden Age Center, 1963/02/01: 8
            well attended during 1961, 1962/01/12: 8
          Mt. Zion First Baptist Church Day Care Center Easter program featured, 1962/04/20: 4
          public invited to attend community church service, 1946/11/29: 8 (filmed in 12/06 issue)
          services well attended, 1961/12/08: 4
            despite wintry weather, 1962/01/26: 6
          Steward, Rev. S. E., to speak, 1946/07/26: 8
          Washington, Rev. J. W., at Cameo Sunday, 1946/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue), 1946/11/08: 6
        Elliott, Bill, better known as Wild Bill Hickok to screen fans, has personal appearance at Cameo, 1940/11/29: 6
        free kiddie show on Saturday morning, at nine o'clock, 1940/08/16: 7
        hosts party for safety patrols, 1949/05/20: 7, 1950/01/27: 7
        hosts Register newsies at monthly movie, 1950/06/23: 7
        Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Women's Auxiliary sponsors benefit show at Cameo Dec. 20, 1952/12/19: 7
        midnight benefit show at Cameo for Settlement House, 1943/06/25: 7
        midnight musicale on July 20, 1944/07/14: 7
        movie for underprivileged children at Cameo Theatre, 1940/12/20: 6
        "Native Son" opens at Cameo Sunday, Nov. 23 (photo), 1952/11/21: 7
        opens at 10:30 AM Monday for war workers, 1943/02/05: 7
        organizations stage benefit show at Cameo, 1941/11/21: 6
        "Outstanding Athletes"
          documentary film starring Walter Dukes of Seton Hall is shown (photo), 1953/10/09: 5
          shows stirring records of great athletes in new film, 1953/10/09: 7
        powerful drama, "The Well," starring top Negro actors, shown April 11-13, 1954/04/09: 7
        protection from fire damage assured for patrons, 1949/10/14: 7
        reopens
          offering best in movie entertainment, 1963/09/20: 7
          women who attended reopening (photo), 1963/09/27: 7
        robbery reported, 1946/01/25: 1
        safety patrol members admitted free on first and third Saturdays of each month, 1950/12/01: 7
        safety patrols given theatre treat, 1944/05/26: 6, 1947/05/16: 6
        St. John, Al "Fuzzy," in Western revue on Cameo stage, 1951/06/08: 7
        union labor trouble averted at new theatre; union drops attempt to force theatre to use white operators, 1940/06/14: 1
        WAAC recruiting booth at Cameo [Theatre] (photo), 1943/04/23: 1
        weekend policy changed, 1950/03/10: 7
        Williams, Leroy
          shooting victim sues Cameo Theatre and Roscoe Eddings, ex-cop for $50,000 damages, 1958/04/11: 1
          striking matches in Cameo Theatre, shot by officer Roscoe Eddings, as Williams advances with hand in pocket, 1958/02/28: 1
      "The Cat and the Canary"
        to be presented at Library Auditorium, 1947/02/14: 6
        box office now open, 1947/03/14: 4
        four women have roles in mystery thriller (photo), 1947/03/07 Supp: 3
        Preacher, Dr. M. L., is performer (photo), 1947/02/28: 6
        spine-chilling melodrama takes place March 19, 20, 1947/02/28: 6
        Sutton, G. T. and Edwin Henry, veteran thespians perform (photo), 1947/03/07: 6
      "Cinderella and Ashes" to be presented at St. Philip's March 30, 1951/03/02: 7
      "Claudia"
        cast members feted at Pine Street YWCA, 1946/03/29 Supp: 3
        plays to appreciative audience (Jo's Jottings), 1946/03/29 Supp: 1
        Powell Lindsay is director (photo), 1946/03/22: 6
      "The Clean-Up"
        fast, entertaining comedy at Library Aud., 1950/03/31: 7
        Hemmings, John W., directs play for Court of Calanthe, 1950/03/10: 7
        performers (photo), 1950/04/07: 4
      "Dangerous Waters" presented by Junior Progressive Women's Club, 1933/10/13: 5, 1933/10/27: 7, 1933/11/10: 7
      "Dark Tower"
        to be presented at Library Auditorium by Second Baptist Church, 1954/10/22: 7
        cast members (photo), 1954/10/29: 6
      DC National Theatre drops legitimate plays, becomes movie theatre rather than ban Jim Crow, 1948/06/11: 1
      "Death is an Invalid"
        to be shown at Phillis Wheatley, 1941/03/28: 6
        play written and staged by San Antonio playwrights, well received, 1941/02/21: 7
        SA youth's play has premiere next Friday night, 1941/02/07: 6
      "Deep Are the Roots"
        to be presented Nov. 1-2, 1948/10/08: 7
        being repeated by popular demand, 1949/02/11: 6
        Dominique, Pauline, plays Alice in Austin production (photo), 1949/01/28: 6
        interracial hit playing in New York (photo), 1945/12/28: 6
        outstanding cast in church drama, 1948/10/15: 7
        plans mapped for annual play, 1948/09/24: 8 (filmed in 10/01 issue)
        ticket exchange opens, 1948/10/22: 8 (filmed in 10/29 issue)
      Denver Heights Community Recreation Center and Playhouse
        celebrates formal opening and dedication, 1937/07/09: 1
        to open July 2, 1937/07/02: 1
      "Divorce Question" (sponsored by Phillis Wheatley Charity Organization)
        Celestine Bellinger plays in "Divorce Question" (photo), 1933/04/28: 6
        play enjoyed by large appreciative crowd, 1933/05/05: 1
      "The Donovan Affair"
        to be presented by Psi Sigma Chapter, 1934/03/23: 7
        ready for presentation, 1934/04/06: 5
      "Dracula"
        Delta Sigma Theta presents "Dracula," 1940/01/12: 6
        "Dracula" next Thursday for Lighthouse, 1940/05/24: 6
        to give "Dracula" for benefit of Santone Lighthouse for the Blind, 1940/05/17: 7
      Dramatic Instinct of Negroes Discussed (editorial), 1934/05/25: 4
      drive-in theater schedules, 1957/11/08: 7
      Elks Minstrels
        to be held at Majestic, 1932/12/09: 1
        follow the crowd to the Elks Minstrels, May 6, 1940/04/26: 6
      Empire Theatre
        Cook, Ivy, promoted at Empire Theater (photo), 1931/10/30: 5
        Empire has all colored movie, stage show, Saturday night, 1940/02/02: 7
        features colored units, 1935/05/17: 7
        film of gold rush, "Barbary Coast," current at Empire, 1936/01/17: 7
        Joe E. Brown appears in "A Very Honorable Guy," 1934/06/01: 7
        "Martin Luther" open Saturday at Empire Theatre, 1953/11/20: 6
        Mills Brothers to appear in "Twenty Million Sweethearts," 1934/05/11: 7
        pleases patrons, 1931/10/09: 1
        welcomes colored trade, 1931/12/25: 5
        "Wonder Bar" held over for another week's engagement, 1934/04/06: 7
      "The Eternal Magdalene"
        cast for (photo), 1949/04/29: 6
        at Library Aud. May 2, 3, 1949/04/29: 4
        religious drama to be presented by Jacob Chapel ME Church, 1949/04/01: 8
      "The Family Upstairs"
        to be presented Dec. 1, 1947/11/28 Supp: 3
        Delta Sigma Theta to present play Dec. 1, 1947/11/21: 6, 1947/11/28: 6
        Moore, Norris and Edwin Henry have roles (photo), 1947/11/28: 6
        White, Gloria, in cast (photo), 1947/11/28 Supp: 3
      "Fifty Steps Toward Freedom," interracial cast of play to be presented by Youth Council of SA NAACP (photo), 1959/11/27: 6
      fight against Jim Crow theatres in Washington DC won by actors, 1947/08/22: 1
      Fine Arts Club, considering plays for season, 1941/05/30: 7
      Ford Foundation grants money for a professional theatre company and workshop dedicated to developing Negro actors, playwrights, directors, technicians and managers, 1967/05/19: 6
      "Girl Who Forgot"
        Guild opens season with "The Girl Who Forgot," 1934/01/12: 1
        Proclaimed "Good" by Viewers (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1934/01/19: 4
        Wheatley Guild scores in first public effort, 1934/01/19: 1
      'God's Great Acres' in premiere at Prairie View College, 1939/05/05: 2
      "Goin' to Town" musical comedy revue at Majestic (photo), 1934/02/09: 7
      "The Great Big Door Step" to be presented by Second Baptist at Library Auditorium (photo), 1950/10/27: 4
      "Green Pastures"
        The Aztec Episode [theatre insults Negroes with fire escape entrance] (editorial), 1933/12/15: 4
        to be here Dec. 11th & 12th, 1933/11/24: 7
        film version
        Green Pastures and Negro Play Goers (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1933/12/15: 4
        Let "Green Pastures" Show Anywhere (editorial), 1933/03/03: 4
        one hundred six players to be in stage play (photo), 1933/12/01: 7
      Harlem Theatre
        former Ritz Theatre to reopen as Harlem Theatre, 1939/11/17: 5
        to open Sunday, 1939/11/24: 7
      "Harvey"
        like the rabbit, star of show, Dooley Wilson, went unseen for years, 1951/11/02: 6
        that invisible rabbit, "Harvey," coming Nov. 15 under sponsorship and benefit for St. Paul ME Church, 1951/10/26: 3
      "Heaven Bound" pageant
        at Antioch Baptist Church, 1945/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue), 1947/12/12: 8 (filmed in 12/19 issue), 1948/12/17: 2, 1948/12/24: 6
        attracts hundreds at West End Baptist Church, 1932/11/25: 8 (filmed in 12/02 issue)
        to be given at Library Auditorium by West End Baptist Church, 1932/12/02: 3, 1932/12/09: 1
        to be repeated at early date, 1933/01/06: 1
        to be staged Dec. 29th (photo), 1932/12/23: 1
        at East St. Paul Methodist Church, 1948/01/30: 8 (filmed in 02/06 issue)
        goes over big, 1933/02/17: 3
        at Jacob Chapel ME Church, 1945/04/20: 8
        at New Hope Baptist Church, 1952/07/11: 8 (filmed in 07/18 issue)
        under new management, 1933/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue)
        at New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 1953/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue)
        to repeat on Feb. 6th, 1933/01/20: 3
        at Union Baptist Church, 1953/05/01: 6
      Hemmings Players to present play at Prairie View, 1940/04/19: 7
      Jacob' s Chapel Young Adult Guild presents "Light Eternal" at Library Aud., Thursday, Oct. 15, 1953/10/09: 7
      Jessye, Eva, directs "Porgy and Bess" singing (photo), 1936/01/24: 6
      "King Solomon's Wedding," three-act religious drama at Library Auditorium, July 23, 1945/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue)
      "Ladies in Retirement," presented by Order of Eastern Star Charity, show off its cast (photos), 1952/02/29: 6
      Leon Theater
        Leon Theater to reopen under Sack management, 1936/08/14: 7
        new Leon Theater near completion, 1936/04/03: 7
        opens, 1936/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue)
        programs at Leon Theater prove entertaining, 1936/10/02: 7
        will be dedicated by mayor, 1936/04/10: 1
      "The Light Eternal," presented by City-Wide Licensed Beauticians Club
        to be presented Feb. 15, 1946/01/25: 6, 1946/01/25 Supp: 4
        beauticians in two showings of drama next week, 1946/02/15: 6
        beauticians to fete members of play cast, 1946/04/05 Supp: 3
        cast perfects roles for forthcoming production, 1946/02/08: 5
        club presents drama Feb. 15 at Library Aud., 1946/02/01: 6
        club to entertain thespians, 1946/04/19: 7
      "The Little Foxes"
        Allen, E. Celeste, has important role (photo), 1946/10/18: 7
        Bland, Artman has important role (photo), 1946/10/18: 7
        cast members (photo), 1960/10/28: 6
        coffee served between acts (photo), 1946/11/01 Supp: 2
        Davis, Miss Vera Louise, in cast of play, 1946/10/25 Supp: 2
        dramatic moment in performance (photo), 1946/11/01 Supp: 3
        Harrison, Mrs. Fannie L., is stage manager (photo), 1946/10/25 Supp: 2
        Hegwood, William "Billy," has role (photo), 1946/10/25: 6
        Hemmings, J. W. ("Pops"), male lead (photo), 1946/10/18: 6
        Mr. and Mrs. Hemmings are paid tribute by Second Baptist Church (photo), 1946/11/08 Supp: 2
        Johnson, Paul, in role of William Marshall (photo), 1946/10/25: 6
        Josephine Bellinger plays leading role (photo), 1946/10/11 Supp: 1
        Manning, Mrs. Jewel, has prominent role (photo), 1946/10/18 Supp: 1
        Miller, Mrs. Florida Bryant in cast of play (photo), 1946/10/25 Supp: 2
        prominent Austinites enjoy play (photo), 1946/11/01 Supp: 4
        record-breaking crowds acclaim "The Little Foxes," 1946/11/01: 4
        Spriggs, Dorothy, in leading role (photo), 1960/10/28 Supp: 1
        "The Little Foxes" is exciting story of Deep South at turn of century, 1946/10/18 Supp: 2
        they gave San Antonio thrilling performance (photo), 1946/11/08 Supp: 2
        they seat crowds at performance (photo), 1946/11/01 Supp: 2
        Word, Jacqueline, in first amateur role (photo), 1960/11/04 Supp: 4
      Majestic Theater
        all-colored stage show, Big Apple contest at Majestic, 1938/04/15: 7
        Blackstone, Harry, brings magic to Majestic (photo), 1936/01/17: 7
        Dave Apollon on Majestic stage with 1940 Revue, 1940/01/26: 7
        Kate Smith to appear in person in "Swanee River Revue," 1934/04/06: 7
        large group on stage to perform Ravel's "Bolero," 1933/06/30: 3
        Mae West at Majestic in person, 1939/04/21: 7
        Millinder, Lucky, opens Saturday at the Majestic with "Rockin' in Rhythm" (photo), 1936/02/21: 7
        Mills, Percy, quickly extinguishes fire in Majestic Theatre, 1951/11/02: 3
        race incident
          boy's own fault if he was embarrassed, theatre says, 1959/12/11: 1
          Interstate Theater head confers with NAACP on race incident at Majestic Theater, 1959/12/04: 1
          Just Who Is Not Ready? (editorial), 1959/12/11: 4
        Sonja Henie in dramatic, as well as skating, role at Majestic (photo), 1945/06/29: 7
        stand-in demonstration
          approved by Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Men, 1961/02/24: 1
          collegians again stage theatre stand-in, 1961/03/03: 1
          demonstrators stand in peacefully at Majestic Theatre, 1961/02/17: 1
          endorsed by NAACP Youth Council, 1961/03/10: 1
      "The Missing Witness"
        cast of 40 in Second Baptist Church's next attraction, 1955/10/21: 7
        Second Baptist to present three-act court melodrama, 1955/10/14: 6
      Moore, Chuck, Register staff writer, reviews "The Barrier" at Gayety Theatre in Washington, DC, 1950/10/13: 7
      "My Son"
        presented by First Baptist Church, 1949/12/23: 8
        religious drama to be presented at Douglass Aud., 1949/12/09: 8
      "The Mystery of the Third Gable," cast named, 1948/06/18: 6
      mystery thriller given by Deltas, 1936/02/14: 7
      Negro folk plays to be presented by St. Philip's students, 1934/05/25: 6
      news reel shots of San Antonio WAFS, cops, to be shown in theaters, 1948/12/17: 7
      "Night Must Fall"
        cast members are pictured (photo), 1953/10/30: 4
        Second Baptist Church presents play Nov. 5, 6, 1953/10/23: 6
      "Night of January 16"
        audience becomes part of play, 1938/04/15: 6
        capacity crowd expected, 1938/04/01: 6
      "No Way Out"
        Mrs. M. D. Hemmings is directress and Don Albert in lead male role (photos), 1951/10/26: 7
        Second Baptist presents drama with all-star cast, Monday, Tuesday (photo), 1951/11/02: 7
      "Peg O' My Heart," presented as benefit for American Legion Negro home, 1948/07/16: 7, 1948/07/23: 7, 1948/07/30: 7
      Phillis Wheatley High School dramas/plays
        See under Phillis Wheatley High School
      "Pick-up Girl"
        drama, dance to be presented at Fort Sam NCO Club, 1949/04/08: 7
        drama proves thought-provoking, 1949/03/25: 6
        at Library Aud., March 21, 1949/03/11: 7, 1949/03/18: 4
      "Pilate's Wife" set for Sunken Garden June 11, 12, 1954/05/28: 6
      Plaza Theatre to Become Part of Department Store (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1939/01/06: 4
      "A Raisin in the Sun"
        by Lorraine Hansberry, Chicago, is first play by Negro produced on Broadway, 1959/02/13: 3
        movie rights purchased for $300,000, 1959/04/10: 1
        Scholarship Association cites Raisin in Sun author, 1959/07/03: 2
        voted best American play of 1958-59 by New York Drama Critics Circle, 1959/04/24: 7
      Rialto, colored theater, to open June 15, 1935/06/07: 7
      Rigsby Drive-In
        Christie, Lou, is new manager, 1953/08/28: 7
        Copney, Allegra, Rigsby cashier, points out "extras" offered patrons (photo), 1951/08/03: 7
        coupon clipped from Register good for free admission, 1951/01/26: 7
        cuts admission price, 1951/08/17: 7
        Douglass, Woodrow, relaxes at Rigsby (photo), 1951/04/13: 7
        gala grand opening of new facilities at Rigsby Drive-In set for Friday, 1957/03/15: 7
        offers coupon books for sale, 1951/11/09: 7
        Smith, Andre Thirman, likes the Rigsby (photo), 1951/04/20: 7
        through efforts of YMP Club, Rigsby Drive-In Theatre opens to Negro patronage, 1951/01/19: 7
      Ritz Theatre
        Amateur Hour starts Oct. 6, 1949/09/30: 7
        attendance of nearly 1700 during reopening, 1938/07/15: 7
        benefit show for underprivileged children, 1948/12/10: 6
        burglarized again, 1950/08/11: 1
        burglars loot movie theatre, 1950/07/14: 1
        Celeste Allen presents gala midnight show at Ritz, Saturday, Dec. 18, 1937/12/17: 7
        "Miss Ritz Theatre" winners (photo), 1948/10/01: 6
        under new management, 1949/12/23: 7
        under new owner, presents high class entertainment, 1955/07/22: 3
        redecorated, new features added, 1950/02/03: 7
        to reopen as Harlem Theatre, 1939/11/17: 5
        reopens July 9 under management of Celeste Allen, 1938/07/08: 7
        Ritz strives to be ideal community place, 1949/08/12: 7
        Ritz to make all-Colored movie in next few weeks, 1937/07/23: 7
        theatre fire only cold gent warming himself, 1949/01/07: 1
        youths slash seats of Denver Heights theatre, 1949/10/28: 1
      Roy Moore, Jr., theaters organization takes over Alamo, Rigsby, Mission, Twin, and South Loop 13 drive-in theaters, 1963/01/25: 7
      Royal Theatre
        congratulations, orchids to management of newly opened Royal Theatre (Jo's Jottings), 1940/04/05: 6
        Royal Theater Reopened Again on Iowa Street (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1940/04/05: 4
      San Antonio to have de luxe colored theatre, 1936/01/10: 7
      segregation/integration
        Atlanta, GA, theatres using unique desegregation plan, 1962/05/25: 1
        Austin, TX, two movie theatres drop color bar, 1961/09/22: 1
        Chicago, IL, protests stop staging of "Little Black Sambo," 1951/10/05: 1
        Dixie theatres cut Race scenes from pictures, 1944/07/21: 1
        no racial bias asked as requirement for TV-equipped theatres, 1953/04/10: 2
        Oklahoma, all-white town welcomes Negro drama company, 1946/12/27: 8
        San Antonio, TX
          Majestic Theater
            stand-in demonstration
              approved by Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Men, 1961/02/24: 1
              collegians again stage theatre stand-in, 1961/03/03: 1
              demonstrators stand in peacefully at Majestic Theatre, 1961/02/17: 1
              endorsed by NAACP Youth Council, 1961/03/10: 1
          segregation in San Antonio theaters denounced by Baptist Ministers Association, 1955/04/08: 1
          stand-ins staged at two San Antonio theatres, 1961/07/28: 1
          through efforts of YMP Club, Rigsby Drive-In Theatre opens to Negro patronage, 1951/01/19: 7
        St. Louis, MO, only legit theatre drops J. Crow; segregation ends after nearly 34 seasons in American theatre, 1953/01/16: 1
        Tennessee, novel legal attack made on J. Crow movie theaters, 1961/06/30: 1
        Washington, DC, leading downtown movie houses quietly drop color bar, 1953/10/09: 1
      show tickets for "Blind Alley" to be exchanged at box office, 1940/10/18: 6
      "Sis Perkins" at Holy Redeemer in theatrical performance, 1940/04/05: 6
      State Theatre
        New Year's Eve celebration to be big event at State, 1932/12/16: 3
        remodeled State Theater reopens, 1935/12/27: 7
        State Theatre's special New Year's show, 1932/12/02: 7, 1932/12/09: 7, 1932/12/16: 3
      Statewide Drive-Ins
        make special offer of one free admittance to car driver presenting newspaper coupon, 1959/04/10: 7
        a Statewide Drive-In Theatre is not far away wherever one lives, 1958/06/27: 7
      Strand Theatre
        Joe Louis, next champ, fight pictures to be shown at Strand (photo), 1935/07/19: 3
        Strand to hold special New Year frolic for colored, 1931/12/25: 5
      "The Defender," cast of Second Baptist Church presentation shown (photo), 1959/10/30: 6
      "The Hasty Heart," Harry Givens and Archie Jones, two SA youths make first appearance in San Antonio Little Theatre production, 1961/11/24: 7
      Things Theatrical (column), 1937/07/30: 7
      "3 Taps at 12"
        to be presented Monday night, 1934/05/25: 7
        Hemmings, J. W., responds to criticism (letter), 1934/06/01: 4
        Negro Little Theater denies involvement with "3 Taps at 12" (letter), 1934/05/25: 5
        nice audience sees play, 1934/06/01: 1
        real thriller to be at library, 1934/05/18: 7
      "The Triple Cross," mystery thriller to be presented by SA Youth Theatre, 1939/04/28: 6
      "Until Death Do Us Part," PV dramatists presented by Fred Brock Post of American Legion, 1949/02/11: 6
      Willard, Horace, janitor writes radio play; will also act (photo), 1941/07/11: 1
      "You Can't Take It With You," production opens (Jo's Jottings), 1960/11/25 Supp: 1
    Theft
    Theresians
      first annual day conference set for Providence High School, 1968/09/27: 9
    Thibodeaux, Angie
      resident of SA for 19 years dies suddenly, 1954/02/19: 1
    Third (Political) Party
    Thomas, Ada
      final rites held for three Seguinites, 1963/10/04: 2
    Thomas, Albert
      employee awarded for invention, 1949/07/01: 1
      senior surgical technician at BAMC has idea that rewards in cash, 1951/07/06: 4
      wins a $75 check for his idea as part of "suggestion program" at BAMC (photo), 1953/12/18: 1
    Thomas, Alberta
      notice of death, 1945/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue)
    Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Allee
      daughter, Gazzie Katherine, transfers from LaVernia HS to Seguin High School (photo), 1964/09/25: 2
      son, Allee Harold Thomas, scheduled to enter college (photo), 1964/09/25: 2
    Thomas, Allen
      notice of death, 1961/04/21: 8
    Thomas, Allie H.
      Army specialist leaves for assignment in Germany (photo), 1967/01/13: 2
    Thomas, Allison Jo
      notice of death, 1964/10/23: 8 (filmed in 10/30 issue)
    Thomas, Althea Clarina
      notice of death, 1963/08/02: 2
    Thomas, Alvin
      appointed automobile salesman by Bill Heil Motor Exchange (photo), 1941/08/08: 6
    Thomas, Mrs. Amelia M.
      wife of Sgt.1C Armed Edward Thomas, leaves to join husband in Germany (photo), 1960/09/23 Supp: 4
    Thomas, Andrew J.
      notice of death, 1967/09/22: 10
    Thomas, Anya Jo
      notice of death, 1964/10/23: 8 (filmed in 10/30 issue)
    Thomas, Madame Aretta
      See Beauty Salons, Schools, and Businesses, Aretta's Beauty Salon
    Thomas, Arthur
      charged with drunk driving, no license, and negligent collision, 1944/08/11: 1
      shot by stand owner, stops three more slugs, 1942/04/10: 1
      in times like these [tire and wheel stolen], 1946/09/27: 1
    Thomas, August
      notice of death, 1965/04/02: 8 (filmed in 04/09 issue)
    Thomas, Mrs. B. J.
      Women's Day guest speaker, Butler Chapel AME Church, 1961/11/03: 8
    Thomas, Benjamin F.
      buried in Boerne, 1968/06/07: 1
    Thomas, Boston Jackson
      notice of death, 1969/06/06: 10 (filmed in 06/13 issue)
    Thomas, Burton James, Jr.
      notice of death, 1968/03/29: 10 (filmed in 04/05 issue)
      obsequies held (photo), 1968/03/22: 1
    Thomas, Calvin O.
      finishes with high honors from Central Catholic High School (photo), 1957/06/14: 1
    Thomas, Carrie
      dies in local hospital, 1934/11/02: 8 (filmed in 11/09 issue)
      notice of death, 1963/10/25: 8 (filmed in 11/01 issue)
    Thomas, Celie
      notice of death, 1960/08/05: 8
    Thomas, Cersey
      20, killed by Rosielee Redix, 17, of Seguin, 1959/05/01: 1
    Thomas, Charles E.
      presented with Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious service in Viet Nam (photo), 1969/11/28: 1
    Thomas, Capt. Charles L.
      awarded Distinguished Service Cross (photo), 1945/03/23: 1
    Thomas, Charles Y.
      appointment to West Point received (photo), 1933/08/04: 1
    Thomas, Clara
      notice of death, 1961/07/28: 8
    Thomas, Clarence
      cut when he smashes Handy Andy window in burglary attempt and bleeds to death (photo), 1951/10/12: 1
    Thomas, Dan
      notice of death, 1958/10/24: 8 (filmed in 10/31 issue)
    Thomas, David, Jr.
      stabbed to death over 35 cents by Robert Desmukes, 1945/11/02: 1
    Thomas, Dee T.
      notice of death, 1963/03/22: 8
    Thomas, TSgt. Dessallines Charles
      SA GI gets Bronze Star on Mindanao, 1946/01/18: 1
    Thomas, Detra Michael
      notice of death, 1968/05/03: 10 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Thomas, Dorothy
      notice of death, 1933/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue)
    Thomas, Dwight D.
      vice president and sales manager of Gulf Brewing Co. elected executive vice president (photo), 1945/05/11: 7
    Thomas, Elijah
      notice of death, 1968/07/19: 10 (filmed in 07/26 issue)
    Thomas, Elisha
      notice of death, 1962/01/19: 8
    Thomas, Eliza Ellen
      notice of death, 1960/03/18: 8 (filmed in 03/25 issue)
      taken by death at 101, 1960/03/18: 1
    Thomas, Emma
      highway crash kills SA woman, in truck driven by George Coleman, 1966/07/08: 1
      notice of death, 1961/07/07: 8
    Thomas, Erma L.
      appeal made for two pints of rare type blood, 1956/05/11: 1
    Thomas, Eugene
      found dead on street, 1969/10/10: 1
      notice of death, 1969/10/17: 10 (filmed in 10/24 issue)
    Thomas, Eugenia Jernigan
      final rites held, 1964/08/28: 6
      notice of death, 1964/09/04: 8 (filmed in 09/11 issue)
    Thomas, Fannie Lee
      notice of death, 1959/01/23: 8 (filmed in 01/30 issue)
    Thomas, Fannie Marie
      notice of death, 1960/05/06: 8 (filmed in 05/13 issue)
    Thomas, Frank
      notice of death, 1961/11/10: 8
      notice of death (Texarkana, TX), 1964/09/11: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue)
      World War II veteran
        notice of death, 1965/06/11: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue)
        veteran found dead in bed, 1965/05/21: 1
    Thomas, Frederick
      run down by wrecker, 1936/07/17: 1
    Thomas, 1Lt Garner
      returns from Army tour of duty in Germany, 1954/07/02: 6
    Thomas, George
      funeral services held in St. Hedwig, 1963/05/31: 7
      notice of death, 1959/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue), 1963/06/07: 8
    Thomas, Gloria
      feted by Grant faculty after resigning to join husband in Virginia, 1968/06/07: 8
    Thomas, Hattie
      funeral services to be held, 1934/11/09: 8 (filmed in 11/16 issue)
    Thomas, Hattie Odessa
      considers college vs. Navy career (photo), 1964/09/25: 2
    Thomas, Henry
      inventor hailed as "second G. W. Carver" for metal cleaner, 1939/04/07: 6
    Thomas, Herman
      Seguin airman now on duty in Greece, 1970/05/01: 7
    Thomas, Howard V., Jr.
      notice of death, 1970/05/29: 10
    Thomas, Ida
      notice of death (photo), 1940/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue)
    Thomas, Mrs. Idela
      choked by husband, John Thomas, 1944/04/14: 1
    Thomas, Isabella M.
      82-year-old woman killed by car when she steps from behind parked car, 1963/11/15: 1
      notice of death, 1963/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
    Thomas, Ivy Queen
      SA woman injured in car accident near Taylor in December succumbs, 1956/03/16: 1
    Thomas, Mrs. J. H.
      to sing at Corpus Christi New Light Baptist Church, 1944/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue)
      sings at Providence Primitive Baptist Association meeting (Alamo City Briefs), 1941/08/15: 7
    Thomas, Rev. J. H.
      Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Del Rio, celebrates pastor's 8th anniversary, 1961/10/13: 2
      guest speaker for Memorial Baptist Church's annual homecoming by former pastor (photo), 1959/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
      leads first service at Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, 1939/07/14: 8 (filmed in 07/21 issue)
    Thomas, J. W.
      killed by hit-run driver; mangled form at So. Walters Vine streets, 1937/12/24: 1
    Thomas, Janice Vaun
      debutante activities
        bow in formal presentation reception at Gunter Hotel (photo), 1970/01/09: 8
        Deb Profiles by "Jo" (photo), 1969/10/17: 8
        largest coterie of debutantes ever make bows in Lunar Fantasy setting (photo), 1969/11/14: 8
        makes formal bow at reception in the Gunter Hotel
          Jo's Jottings, 1970/01/02: 9
        makes formal bow at reception in the Gunter Hotel (Jo's Jottings), 1970/01/02: 9
      finalist in National Achievement Scholarships program, 1967/11/17: 1
      Jefferson High girl is new National Achievement Scholarship winner, 1968/04/12: 1
    Thomas, Jeff
      notice of death, 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue)
      obsequies held for well-known SA musician, 1957/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue)
    Thomas, Jesse
      notice of death, 1937/12/10: 8 (filmed in 12/17 issue), 1969/02/28: 10 (filmed in 03/07 issue)
    Thomas, Jesse L.
      receives health education fellowship (photo), 1949/01/28: 2
    Thomas, Jesse O.
      A. Maceo Smith and Jesse O. Thomas direct Texas Expo preparations (photo), 1936/05/01: 1
      all details of Negro participation in Texas Expo in charge of J.O. Thomas and Maceo Smith, 1936/04/03: 1
      assumes top Georgia vocational education post, 1965/10/22: 1
      "goes to bat," says "Colored" labels on lavatories at Texas Centennial Exposition removed 30 days ago (photo), 1936/07/17: 1
      Harvard Club privileges extended to Thomas, 1947/12/19: 1
      ignored in Urban League selection, 1940/08/23: 4
      joins Defense Savings Staff of US Treasury Department (photo), 1942/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/30 issue)
      personalities of A. Maceo Smith, J.O. Thomas sketched, 1936/08/14: 7
      points out limitations of Negro Advisory Group relative to employment policy, 1936/05/22: 1
      reminds critics that Centennial Expo is Texas still--he can't change customs of years, 1936/08/14: 1
      stresses new deal for Negroes in education and government, 1934/11/16: 1
    Thomas, John
      again sets world high jump record, 1960/07/01: 5
      doctor pronounces Thomas' foot injury healed, 1959/08/21: 5
      goes into orbit again at Penn Relays, 1960/05/06: 5
      injured world high jump champion drops out of Boston U. to rest, 1959/05/22: 5
      in orbit again, eclipses 7-foot high-jump mark in Olympic trials, 1960/07/08: 5
      Owens, Jesse, calls Brumel John Thomas's "mental barrier," 1961/04/14: 3
      Russian beats Thomas, 1961/02/24: 5
      sets new high jump world record, 1960/02/05: 5
      small technicality threatens high jump record, 1960/05/13: 5
      soars to new high jump record, 1960/03/18: 5
      technical snag may foul-up world record, 1960/07/01: 5
    Thomas, Rev. John H.
      Grant School fetes retiring custodian, 1961/06/09: 6
    Thomas, John Randolph
      notice of death, 1959/02/27: 8 (filmed in 03/06 issue)
    Thomas, Josephine
      notice of death, 1962/03/16: 8
    Thomas, Joyce Evelyn
      returns from Viet Nam duty, now stationed at Fort Sam Houston (Jo's Jottings), 1969/12/12: 8
      and Robert C. Dillard announce their approaching marriage (photo), 1969/12/26: 9
    Thomas, Judge
      notice of death, 1961/10/20: 8
      retires after 30 years service at BAMC (photo), 1954/05/28: 1
    Thomas, Kenneth P.
      notice of death, 1969/03/07: 10 (filmed in 03/14 issue)
    Thomas, L. W.
      SA airman completes basic training at Lackland AFB (photo), 1968/08/02: 6
    Thomas, Laura
      82, rites held in Princeville, Tex., 1940/12/13: 1
    Thomas, Lillian S.
      retires from 36 years of public school teaching service (photo), 1961/06/09 Supp: 1
    Thomas, Lillian Savannah
      notice of death, 1969/09/26: 10 (filmed in 10/03 issue)
    Thomas, Lillie
      notice of death, 1967/08/04: 10
    Thomas, Louella Hardeman
      notice of death, 1960/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue)
    Thomas, Lovey V.
      loses home and all possessions as roof blazes, 1938/01/28: 1
    Thomas, Lucia T.
      first SA Race girl to pass the Bar, to join law office, teach in DC (photo), 1940/09/06: 7
      SA girl, Xavier's leading student, enters Mich. U., will study law, 1936/09/18: 1
    Thomas, Lucy J.
      notice of death, 1965/12/24: 8
    Thomas, Lula Mae
      innocent drive-in employee shot in chest as men exchange shots, 1960/10/21: 1
    Thomas, Luther C.
      final rites held today, 1947/12/05: 1
    Thomas, Maggie
      dies of gunshot wounds, 1933/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue)
      shot and killed by Henry Hodge, 1933/03/31: 1
    Thomas, Marie
      two years' illness fatal, 1938/04/29: 1
    Thomas, Marvin
      dies three weeks after crash, 1941/06/13: 1
    Thomas, Mary
      and Scott, Herman L., fireman, burned in gasoline blast, 1940/04/26: 1
    Thomas, Melvin
      notice of death, 1936/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
    Thomas, Airman Moses, Jr.
      assigned to Lowry AFB for training (photo), 1966/01/21: 7
      graduates from munitions specialist training course, 1966/04/29: 7
    Thomas, Myrtle
      notice of death, 1968/04/12: 6
    Thomas, Nancy
      notice of death, 1961/03/03: 6
    Thomas, Nannie
      notice of death, 1957/08/30: 8 (filmed in 09/06 issue)
    Thomas, Nesby Dwight
      notice of death, 1968/03/15: 6
    Thomas, Novella V.
      notice of death, 1964/10/23: 8 (filmed in 10/30 issue)
    Thomas, O. L.
      obsequies held, 1949/05/20: 8
    Thomas, O. R. (Principal of Grant Elementary School)
      daughter, Essie Marie, and husband Wendell P. Terrell, present for ceremony honoring retired principal (photo), 1955/05/27 Supp: 4
      Oliver, Mrs. B. T., originator of idea for recognition of retired principal (Jo's Jottings), 1955/05/27 Supp: 1
      program honors retired principal (photo), 1955/05/27: 1
      retired principal succumbs to long illness (photo), 1956/03/23: 1
      works on PhD at Colorado U (photo), 1945/07/13: 8 (filmed in 07/20 issue)
    Thomas, Odessa
      notice of death, 1963/04/12: 8
    Thomas, Ora Lee
      notice of death, 1967/01/20: 10 (filmed in 01/27 issue)
    Thomas, Otis B.
      former policeman dies suddenly of heart attack, 1970/04/17: 1
      notice of death, 1970/04/24: 12
      police chief suspends cop, recommends dismissal, 1957/04/26: 1
      San Antonio Fire and Police Civil Service Commission fires accused cop, 1957/05/17: 1
      seeks reinstatement on appeal, 1957/05/24: 1
      tax liens filed on property of former cop; US seeks $593.07 for unpaid income taxes for 1954 and 1956, 1957/10/25: 1
    Thomas, Otis Homer
      funeral services held, 1958/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
    Thomas, Rebecca Louise
      notice of death, 1969/08/29: 10 (filmed in 09/05 issue)
    Thomas, Robert
      hit twice by same bullet in wild struggle with Frank Rodriguez, owner of Brown Skin Grill, 1952/05/09: 1
      target of bullet fired by Arthur Williams, 1948/06/04: 1
    Thomas, Robert C.
      notice of death, 1969/11/28: 10
    Thomas, Robert L.
      appointed as real estate agent for Andy Anderson Agencies (photo), 1955/08/19: 6
    Thomas, SSgt. Robert Lee
      awarded Soldier's Medal for heroism (photo), 1944/04/07: 1
    Thomas, Roosevelt and Mrs. Mattie Mae
      injured as taxi, automobile crash, 1948/09/03: 5
      settlement made in $30,000 taxi accident suit, 1948/10/15: 1
    Thomas, MSgt. S. T.
      receives Bronze Star at Sheppard AFB (photo), 1969/10/31: 1
    Thomas, Sadie B.
      finals rites held, 1958/09/12: 1
    Thomas, Sallie
      notice of death, 1961/10/27: 7
    Thomas, Sarah Pratt
      notice of death, 1966/07/15: 8 (filmed in 07/22 issue)
    Thomas, Savior
      notice of death, 1968/04/19: 10 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Thomas, Spencer L.
      notice of death, 1964/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
    Thomas, Stafford
      sister, Mrs. Frances Surry Eason, of Virginia, seeks brother in SA, 1949/07/01: 1
    Thomas, Steve James
      notice of death, 1969/08/08: 10 (filmed in 08/15 issue)
    Thomas, Susie
      completes six years as San Antonio Register reporter, 1963/12/20: 7
      is San Marcos San Antonio Register agent, 1965/05/21: 2
    Thomas, Susie A. Fennell
      funeral rites held, 1968/06/14: 1
      notice of death, 1968/06/21: 4
    Thomas, Sylvester
      Labors in Silence with Boy Scout Troop (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1934/03/16: 4
    Thomas, Rev. W. E.
      presiding elder of Bay City District AME Church dies (photo), 1953/10/02: 3
    Thomas, Willie Jane
      represents Texas in oratorical contest, 1949/09/02: 2
      wins scholarship in oratorical contest (photo), 1949/09/23 Supp: 1
    Thomas, Zula
      rites for Seguin citizen held, 1957/02/22: 2
    Thomas Jefferson Democracy Award winners announced, 1949/02/18: 1
    Thomas Jefferson High School (San Antonio, TX)
      baseball team
        Phillis Wheatley American Legion team plays Thomas Jefferson in tussle, 1960/06/17: 5
        Phillis Wheatley Lions diamond team wops Thomas Jefferson, 1966/03/18: 5
      basketball team (Mustangs)
        Lions can't make free throws, lose to Jeff, 50-44, 1965/01/15: 5
        vie with Wheatley Lions at Alamo Stadium, 1965/01/08: 5
        Wheatley busts Jefferson, 62-50, 1966/12/23: 5
      Brown, Charles Q., elected to membership in Jeff Honor Society (photo), 1958/05/09: 1
      football team (Mustangs)
        former gridder, Lemuel Cook, gets scholarship to University of Corpus Christi (photo), 1963/09/13: 5
        history made as Negro gridders perform in Jeff-Brack game, 1956/11/30: 5
      Samuels, James H., awarded Frank Brothers Medal for outstanding lieutenant in ROTC, 1960/05/13: 1
      Sutton, Charles (Chuck), selected as editor-in-chief of the school paper, Jefferson Declaration (photo), 1967/04/28: 1
    Thomas-Rankin Committee
      See US House of Representatives, Committee on Un-American Affairs
    Thompkins, Dr. William J. (Recorder of Deeds)
      bill seeks to do away with recorder's office (photo), 1938/06/17: 1
      bill sent to House to raise Thompkins' salary as recorder of deeds, 1943/07/23: 1
      blasts critics--says he's a great fellow, 1940/08/16: 6
      death of (photo), 1944/08/11: 1
      Democratic Party
        Negro Demos bolt Thompkins group, set up new ass'n, 1940/07/26: 1
        rumors of his ousting from Democratic Party false, 1940/08/30: 4
        San Antonio Negro Democratic Club organizes with more than 150 enthusiastic Demos present; Dr. Thompkins speaks, 1937/09/24: 1
      denies "selling out" lawyers, 1941/01/03: 4
      inaugurated as recorder of deeds as presidential appointee (photo), 1934/04/27: 1
      named recorder of deeds of District of Columbia, 1934/03/23: 1
      Nation Goes Forward with [President] Roosevelt (commentary by Dr. William J. Thompkins), 1937/09/10: 4
      operated on, 1934/10/19: 1
      recorder of deeds job saved for one more year, 1939/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue)
      seeks funds for office of recorder, 1934/05/11: 1
      speaking engagements
        Bishops' Council of AME (photo), 1936/02/28: 1
        Delivers Pointed Address at Auditorium (Tid Bits From the Week's News), 1937/09/10: 4
        Elk anniversary, 1934/05/25: 1
        on speaking tour of Texas Colleges, 1937/09/24: 1
        speaks on "Organization" in Santone Monday, 1937/09/03: 1
      warns Race of being contented; admonishes Negro must learn to pay his own way (photo), 1937/09/10: 1
    Thompson, Sgt. John H.
      receives USAF Commendation Medal for Viet Nam valor, 1968/03/29: 6
    Thompson, Abe
      Southern Pacific RR worker retires after 30 years' service, 1947/01/03: 7
    Thompson, Abraham
      funeral rites held Monday, 1954/07/23: 1
    Thompson, Ada Mae
      claimed by heart attack while downtown, 1962/12/21: 1
      notice of death, 1962/12/28: 8 (filmed in 1963/01/04 issue)
    Thompson, Albert
      Fort Sam soldier critically shot in neck by wife, Robbie Mae, 1965/06/11: 1
      notice of death, 1968/01/12: 6
    Thompson, Alice
      death takes SA woman, resident for half-century, 1951/09/28: 1
      notice of death, 1963/03/15: 4
    Thompson, Amanda
      notice of death, 1962/07/06: 8
    Thompson, Andrew
      notice of death, 1967/05/12: 10
    Thompson, Anna
      funeral services held Monday (photo), 1955/09/02: 1
    Thompson, Archie
      notice of death, 1964/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
      youth plays Russian roulette, dies, 1964/08/14: 1
    Thompson, Arthur C.
      notice of death, 1967/01/13: 10 (filmed in 01/20 issue)
    Thompson, [baby girl]
      notice of death, 1970/04/03: 10
    Thompson, Barbara Ann
    Thompson, Beatrice
      notice of death, 1967/11/24: 10 (filmed in 12/01 issue)
    Thompson, 1Lt. Bennie M.
      Army nurse promoted in rank (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/21 Supp: 1
    Thompson, Bennie Marion
      funeral services held, 1970/02/13: 6
      notice of death, 1970/02/20: 10
    Thompson, Bessie W.
      drops dead on city transit bus, 1970/02/06: 1
      notice of death, 1970/02/20: 10
    Thompson, Beverly
      Victoria coed at Prairie View gets honorable mention for Woodrow Wilson music award, 1966/03/25: 7
    Thompson, Blanche Bertha
      crowned queen of St. Peter Claver Academy Junior-Senior Prom (photo), 1954/05/21 Supp: 3
    Thompson, A3C Carlos E.
      airman reassigned to unit in Turkey, 1963/07/26: 7
      promoted to airman second class (photo), 1965/03/05: 7
    Thompson, Carrie
      girl victim of 15-year-old knifer is buried, 1939/04/21: 1
      killed by Odessa Haywood, in dispute over broken watch, 1939/04/21: 1
    Thompson, Charles
      home on leave, fatally burned in blaze; four others, one blind, escape blaze, 1951/05/11: 1
    Thompson, Charles C., Jr.
      stationed in Thailand at Korat Royal Thai AFB, 1970/01/09: 6
    Thompson, Clarence
      funeral rites held in Houston, 1944/11/17: 1
    Thompson, Clarence (politician)
      elected president of Bexar County Young Democrats Club (photo), 1962/03/09: 1
      impeached by Bexar County Young Democrats Club because he failed to call monthly meetings (photo), 1962/07/27: 1
      runs again for Texas Legislature (photo), 1960/02/05: 3
      San Antonian announces for Texas Legislature, 1958/03/28: 1
    Thompson, Clarice Betty
      passes state cosmetology examination (photo), 1944/03/31: 5
    Thompson, Claude
      notice of death, 1961/11/24: 8
    Thompson, Clifton
      notice of death, 1967/02/03: 10 (filmed in 02/10 issue)
    Thompson, Deborah
      SA tots, ages 3, 4, and 5, suffocate in Houston fire (photo), 1965/02/26: 1
    Thompson, Edgar
      notice of death, 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue), 1960/06/24: 8 (filmed in 07/01 issue)
    Thompson, Edna
      victim of heart attack, 1941/02/14: 6
    Thompson, Edward
      man shot in December, dies; 1965 murder toll goes to 18, 1966/01/28: 1
      shotgunned while sitting in car, by Charles Moore (photo), 1965/12/03: 1
    Thompson, Elisha
      on Bexar County Grand Jury, along with S. H. Gates, 1952/03/07: 1
      elected vice president of Chamber of Commerce (photo), 1938/05/27: 1
      estate bequeaths property valued at $30,000 to Community Chest, 1967/09/15: 1
      funeral services held Monday for retired railway mail clerk and community activist (photo), 1959/05/15: 1
      injured in crash that claimed life of A.K. Leonard, 1936/04/17: 1
      notice of death, 1959/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
      petitions school board in teacher election crisis (photo), 1938/04/29: 1
    Thompson, Mrs. Elisha
      women chairmen in Community War Chest fund drive named, 1944/09/29: 1
    Thompson, Elizabeth
      dies at her home, 1932/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue)
    Thompson, Elmer W.
      notice of death, 1970/02/06: 10
    Thompson, Ernest C.
      notice of death, 1968/02/23: 9
    Thompson, Ernest L.
      SA Navy man serving aboard radar picket destroyer, 1963/12/13: 7
      San Antonian serving aboard hospital ship, 1968/09/06: 7, 1969/10/24: 6
    Thompson, Esterl C.
      notice of death, 1968/11/15: 10 (filmed in 11/22 issue)
    Thompson, Eugene
      notice of death, 1965/12/03: 8
    Thompson, Fannie
      notice of death, 1969/07/18: 10 (filmed in 07/25 issue)
    Thompson, Frank
      no-billed in holdup death of Mert Hampton last November 4, 1957/08/16: 1
      owner of Frank's Place slays Mert Hampton during attempted holdup (photo), 1956/11/09: 1
    Thompson, Fred
      notice of death, 1958/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
    Thompson, Gregory L.
      named ROTC Commander at St. Patrick's Catholic School's annual field day activities (photo), 1970/06/05: 5
    Thompson, H. L.
      celebrates 20th anniversary in business in San Antonio (photo), 1938/04/15: 8 (filmed in 04/22 issue)
      widely known business man and taxi line operator, succumbs after six years' illness (photo), 1945/01/05: 1
    Thompson, Hardy
      SA tots, ages 3, 4, and 5, suffocate in Houston fire (photo), 1965/02/26: 1
    Thompson, Harry
      notice of death, 1968/12/06: 10 (filmed in 12/13 issue)2
    Thompson, Hayes "Cotton"
      illness proves fatal (photo), 1938/06/10: 1
    Thompson, Henrietta
      rites for SA woman to be held in Florida today, 1951/07/20: 6
    Thompson, Henry
      old settler dies in Del Rio, 1931/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue)
    Thompson, Henry (Hank)
      New York Giants
        ex-Giant star starts 10-year pen term for Texas hold-up, 1963/10/04: 5
        gets another homer for Giants, 1949/07/29: 4
        last of "first Negroes in organized baseball," to bow out, 1957/05/03: 5
        said hankering for farm life instead of baseball, 1957/04/26: 5
        scores twice for New York Giants, 1949/07/22: 7
        sets new NL fielding record, 1950/09/22: 3
        Thompson and Monte Irvin bang ball hard in Texas games, 1951/04/13: 5
      St. Louis Browns, Hank is hitless on first day, 1947/07/25: 2
      Thompson tells how he wrecked his life, 1965/11/26: 7
    Thompson, Herman
      notice of death, 1969/08/01: 10 (filmed in 08/08 issue)
    Thompson, Houston, III
      jet aircraft mechanic course completed by SA airman, 1966/03/25: 7
    Thompson, Ida Mae
    Thompson, Iona
      notice of death, 1958/11/21: 8 (filmed in 11/28 issue)
      sudden attack fatal to San Antonio woman, 1958/11/14: 1
    Thompson, Israel
      dies in Kerrville, 1933/10/20: 8 (filmed in 10/27 issue)
    Thompson, J. H.
      janitor found dead in classroom at Douglass Junior High, 1945/01/26: 1
    Thompson, Jessie Mae
      notice of death, 1966/09/23: 12 (filmed in 09/30 issue)
    Thompson, Jo Ann Carter
      notice of death, 1970/05/22: 10
    Thompson, A2C John H.
      with desert strike forces in Southwest US, 1964/05/29: 7
      SA airman, based in California, wins promotion, 1964/03/13: 7
    Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
      family of seven hard hit by fire as flames gut home and destroy all clothing of five children, 1958/03/21: 1
    Thompson, Joseph
      fatally stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage, 1954/08/27: 1
    Thompson, Larnie
      notice of death, 1967/12/29: 10 (filmed in 01/05 issue)
    Thompson, Larry
      notice of death, 1968/12/06: 10 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
    Thompson, Lee
      notice of death, 1959/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
    Thompson, SSgt. Lee A.
      husband of San Antonian promoted to tech sergeant, 1968/10/25: 4
      participates in dramatic 'first' (mid-air refueling), 1968/02/02: 4
    Thompson, Lee T.
      SA man, 76, found dead on floor, 1956/08/17: 1
    Thompson, Leroy
      death claims SA man as he sleeps, 1953/07/24: 7
    Thompson, Leslie
      BAMC employee retires after 18 years of service, 1960/03/25: 6
    Thompson, Lillie Mae
      funeral services held, 1957/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
    Thompson, Lonnie E.
      Army awards his gold bars as second lieutenant, 1954/12/10: 4
    Thompson, Lorenzo
      railroader retires from South Pacific (photo), 1956/02/17: 3
    Thompson, Lottie
      elected a member of the Girl Scouts membership-nominating committee (Jo's Jottings), 1954/02/05 Supp: 1
    Thompson, Lottie Louella
      lingering illness results in death, 1963/03/29: 1
      notice of death, 1963/04/05: 8
    Thompson, Lucy
      notice of death, 1936/06/12: 8 (filmed in 06/19 issue)
      opens photography studio (photo), 1931/10/16: 1, 6
      talented woman photographer is taken by death, 1936/06/12: 1
    Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
      Iowa St. fire starts in bedroom, 1938/01/28: 1
    Thompson, Mardie
      notice of death, 1957/10/18: 8 (filmed in 10/25 issue)
    Thompson, Maria
      funeral rites held, 1968/02/02: 1
      notice of death, 1968/02/09: 6
    Thompson, Martin
      painfully injured when bus driver slams door on his head, 1936/07/17: 1
    Thompson, Martin V.
      funeral rites held (photo), 1969/10/03: 1
      notice of death, 1969/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue)
    Thompson, Mary
      ill for several weeks, dies in sleep, 1956/06/22: 3
    Thompson, Melvin, Jr.
      boy seriously burned as shirt blazes, 1956/02/17: 1
    Thompson, Minnie
      California woman, called here by illness in family, passes, 1954/10/29: 3
    Thompson, Monroe
      notice of death, 1964/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue)
    Thompson, Mozee
      buried in Palestine, 1957/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue)
    Thompson, TSgt. Nathan L.
      selected "Non-Commissioned Officer of the Month" at Williams AFB (photo), 1962/02/02: 7
    Thompson, Mrs. Oceal Owens
      Kelly AFB worker awarded certificate, $100, 1964/12/04: 1
    Thompson, Ora Ruby
      notice of death, 1957/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
    Thompson, Orintha E.
      notice of death, 1962/08/17: 8
    Thompson, Oscar
      leukemia victim dies, 1956/02/17: 1
    Thompson, Oscar Leonard
      death of (photo), 1962/07/20: 1
      ex-San Antonian, first Negro to graduate from University of Texas
        graduates with MA in zoology (photo), 1952/02/08: 1
    Thompson, TSgt. Pearl, Jr.
      retires from Air Force after 22 years, 1965/06/18: 7
    Thompson, Pearl A.
      recovering from automobile accident (photo), 1942/01/30: 1
      well known SA woman fraternal leader succumbs, 1954/12/17: 1
    Thompson, Regina
      SA tots, ages 3, 4, and 5, suffocate in Houston fire (photo), 1965/02/26: 1
    Thompson, Robert E.
      completes assault boat coxswain course at Coronado Naval Amphibious School, San Diego, 1962/10/05: 7
      ex-Wheatleyite, Boatswain's Mate, explains his mini-gunboat's mission in Viet Nam (photo), 1969/06/13: 1
      participates in major Navy amphibious exercise while serving aboard an attack cargo ship, 1963/03/29: 7
      serves aboard attack cargo chip USS Washburn as part of US quarantine forces, 1963/01/18: 7
    Thompson, Prof. S. W
      former Ball High School principal dies (photo), 1948/03/26: 4
    Thompson, Surcie B.
      general chairman for Youth Day, Coliseum Park Baptist Church (photo), 1967/02/10: 10 (filmed in 02/17 issue)
    Thompson, Susie
      funeral rites held for well-known civic and fraternal worker, 1967/07/14: 1
      notice of death, 1967/07/14: 10
    Thompson, Tollie Clinton
      notice of death, 1962/09/14: 8
      slain in North New Braunfels Ave. knifing by Julia "Corn Bread Annie" Jones, 1962/09/07: 1
    Thompson, Vera Estelle
      See also Parker, Vera Estelle
      assumes duties at Sycamore Street USO, 1946/10/04: 1
      marries Nathaniel Parker (photo), 1948/02/13 Supp: 4
      new and retiring USO directors (photo), 1946/10/11 Supp: 4
      USO's retiring and new directors honored at testimonial banquet, 1946/10/11: 6
    Thompson, Walter R.
      San Antonian trains as Navy hospitalman, 1969/03/28: 6
    Thompson, William
      high school youth has operation after collapsing in yard, 1938/09/23: 1
      notice of death, 1963/12/27: 8 (filmed in 01/03 issue)
    Thompson, William Henry
      traffic accident fatal to SA man (photo), 1946/11/08: 1
    Thompson, Winston E.
      San Antonian is member of Navy helicopter anti-sub unit in Western Pacific, 1965/03/19: 7
    Thornaton, Album (Thornton, Arbhun)
      final rites held, 1967/05/26: 1
      notice of death, 1967/06/02: 10
    Thornton, Boyd
      rites held, 1943/01/01: 6
    Thornton, Maria
      notice of death, 1962/08/31: 7
    Thornton, Steve
      dies in local hospital, 1932/10/14: 8 (filmed in 10/21 issue)
    Thornton, Miss Vivian L.
      teaching now at Falfurrias (photo), 1947/09/19: 6
    Threadgill, Ernest Conrad, Sr.
      succumbs to long illness; funeral rites for well-known contractor set for Saturday (photo), 1948/03/12: 1
    Three-City Club
      cocktail party entertains members, 1968/11/08: 8
      meetings in 1969, 1969/01/10: 8
      picnic held at Enchanted Rock (Jo's Jottings), 1963/04/26 Supp: 4
    Thurman, Dr. Howard E.
      guest speaker, Samuel Huston College (photo), 1948/03/26: 5
      selected to receive Gutenberg Award of Chicago Bible Society, 1968/04/19: 10 (filmed in 04/26 issue)
    Thurmond, Strom (US Senator, South Carolina)
      racist Thurmond can't take applause for Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, 1963/07/19: 1
    Thursday Evening Sewing Circle, 1932/06/24: 7
    Thursday Night Social Club
      meetings, 1934/01/12: 6, 1934/03/23: 6, 1934/04/06: 6
    Tiger's Den Social & Recreational Club
      meeting of, 1933/05/26: 6
      new club house opens, 1932/08/12: 7
    Till, Emmett L.
      1,000 attend Paris meeting to protest Till verdict, 1955/10/21: 2
      5,000 contribute $4,600 at Emmett Till rally in LA, 1955/10/21: 1
      10,000 view body of boy, 14, Mississippi hate victim, 1955/09/09: 1
      admitted kidnappers free on $10,000 bail, 1955/10/07: 1
      attorney general refuses action in Till case, 1955/12/30: 4
      judge won't reopen Till kidnap case, 1956/01/20: 1
      Milam, Bryan deny confessing Till murder, 1956/01/20: 1
      Mississippi clears Till kidnappers, 1955/11/18: 1
      Mississippi governor now says Milan, Bryant deserved chair for murder, 1956/01/20: 1
      Mississippi hate reaches new high: now they're lynching children, 1955/09/09: 1
      Mississippi jury acquits pair in boy's murder, 1955/09/30: 1
      mother of, Mamie Bradley
        to attend lynch trial and prove recovered body that of her son, 1955/09/16: 1
        mother speaks to 9,000 in Washington DC, 1955/10/28: 3
        Mrs. Bradley seeks to smooth rift with NAACP, 1955/11/18: 1
        murder victim's mother to speak here Feb. 19 (photo), 1956/02/03: 3
      murderers of Till not concerned during trial, 1955/09/30: 1
      NAACP plans program to curb 'Sippi terror, even if hands tied in Emmett Till case, 1955/10/28: 1
      paper finds third Till witness, previous Milam Negro killing, 1955/11/04: 1
      "people of 'Sippi" give lie to governor's claim that they don't condone lynching a boy, 1955/09/30: 1
      Senate "Rights" committee eyes Mississippi terrorism, 1955/12/23: 7
      'Sippi Daily reporter says witnesses "captives" in Chicago, 1955/10/14: 1
      'Sippi officials regret Till, Nat "King" Cole cases, but justify them, 1956/07/06: 3
      slain because of bravado, killer says, 1956/01/13: 1
      Till case, race violence top news stories of '55, 1956/01/06: 1
      uncle of lynch victim, Hobson R. Reynolds, tells of Mississippi (photo), 1955/12/30: 1
      Wright, Moses
        made his decision to take witness stand--became hero, 1955/09/30: 1
        will go back to 'Sippi for kidnap trial, 1955/10/07: 1
    Tilley, Amanda
      services held for Cuero woman, 92, 1953/06/19: 2
    Tilley, Elvira I.
      notice of death, 1960/11/25: 8
    Tilley, Louis
      dies suddenly, 1948/07/30: 8
    Tillis, John Andrew
      notice of death, 1961/04/28: 8
    Tillman, Carmen
      plays lead in "Ten Little Indians" murder mystery, 1952/10/31: 7
    Tillman, Melvin
      notice of death, 1969/12/12: 10
    Tillotson College (Austin, TX)
      See also Huston-Tillotson College (Austin, TX)
      See also San Antonio Tillotsonites
      See also Tillotson College for Women (Austin, TX)
      Allen, Johnnie, named assistant coach, 1946/09/06: 3
      Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority establishes chapter, 1939/01/20: 2
      athletes awarded at annual banquet, 1938/05/20: 3
      Austin mayor speaks, 1936/03/20: 7
      baseball team
        O'Connell Jewelry Black Sox to play Tillotson here Sunday, 1950/05/19: 3
        Tillotson dunks Sox 10-4, 1950/05/26: 3
      basketball team (Bluebonnets), girl basketeers wop PV, 1936/04/03: 3
      basketball team (Eagles), 1936-1939
        basketeers take Prairie View in thriller, 1938/01/21: 3
        cagers fail to get going on road trip, 1937/03/12: 3
        down St. Philip's, 53-42, 1937/12/24: 3
        Emory King leads Tillotson to win over St. Philip's, 1938/01/28: 3
        girl basketeers wop PV, 1936/04/03: 3
        girl sextet outclasses Houston U. girls, 1936/03/13: 3
        girls again stomp Houston University sextet, 1936/03/20: 7
        girls win annual Central Texas court tourney, 1936/03/27: 3
        St. Philip's Tigers upset Tip Top Rotarians, swamp Tillotson, 1936/01/17: 3
        Tillotson on edge for Bishop quint tomorrow night, 1939/01/27: 3
        in upset of upsets, beats St. Philips, 1936/01/24: 5
        whip Prairie View, 1939/01/20: 2
        Wiley quint wins from Tillotson, 1939/01/13: 2
      basketball team (Eagles), 1940-1949
        beat Mary Allen, 48-41, in 2 extra periods, 1948/02/27: 4
        cage hopes hight--to tour Midwest, 1948/12/10: 3
        drop two games, 1940/01/19: 3
        girls' cage title goes to freshmen, 1941/04/11: 3
        Mary Allen quint snowed under by Tillotson, 1948/12/17: 3
        nip PV but bow to AAAers, 1948/01/23: 4
        St. Philip's meet Tillotson Thursday, 1949/12/23: 3
        Tillotson, SHC cagers split pair, 1949/02/18: 3
        Tillotson again beats "Y" cagers, 1949/12/30: 3
        Tillotson five wins from St. Peter's, 1941/02/07: 3
        wallop St. Philip's, 1948/12/17: 3
        whip Wiley, 1940/02/02: 3
        Xavier 62, Tillotson 21, 1940/02/23: 3
        YMCA Triangles try Tillotson again Tuesday, 1949/12/23: 3
      basketball team (Eagles), 1950-1952
        clip Fort Hood, 63-47, 1951/01/19: 5
        Hayden, Solomon, San Antonio, stands out in Tillotson win over Southwest Business College, 1951/01/12: 5
        rough stuff ahead for Tillotson, 1950/01/13: 3
        SA lads pull game from fire for Tillotson against Paul Quinn, 1951/01/26: 5
        Southwest School of Business, Tillotson split, 1950/02/03: 3
        St. Philip's cagers try Tillotson, here, Wednesday, 1950/12/01: 5
        St. Philip's turns back Tillotson, 1952/01/11: 5
        take Lackland to win tenth straight, 1950/01/27: 3
        Texas State U. takes pair from Tillotson, 1951/02/02: 5
        Tillotson and Southwest School of Business split, 1951/12/21: 5
        Tillotson loses two, wins one, 1950/02/03: 3
        Tillotson stops Southwest win streak, 1950/02/03: 3
        win one from Paul Quinn, loses one to TSU, 1951/02/23: 5
        win two more to run victory string to nine straight, 1950/01/20: 3
      Bland, Lemuel C., presented in recital, 1936/02/28: 2
      Branch, President Mary E.
      Braxton, Anne T., new dean to women, 1950/02/10: 5
      Braxton, J. T.
        coach rumored leaving Tillotson, 1951/03/30: 5
        leaves local YMCA to become head coach at Tillotson, 1947/05/23: 3
      Brownlee, Secretary of American Missionary Association, visits, 1936/01/17: 2
      Carter, Elmer A., editor of Opportunity Magazine, speaks at Tillotson, 1937/03/12: 4
      choral groups
        alumni hear celebrated singers (photo), 1939/12/29: 2
        large crowd is expected to hear singers, 1939/12/08: 6
        Tillotson singers in program tonight, 1939/12/15: 6
      Cole, Charlia, Tillotson graduate, gets Dillard post (photo), 1940/08/30: 5
      Corpus to hear Tillotson College professors Sunday, 1936/05/08: 1
      curriculum revision meeting held, 1936/07/17: 7
      Dilworth, Dorothy Lee, named "queen" of Tillotson (photo), 1947/11/14: 1
      elections to Alpha Pi Nu, 1936/04/17: 2
      enrollment
        freshman enrollment sets record, 1939/09/29: 2
        large enrollment expected, 1937/09/17: 2
      football team (Eagles), 1938-1939
        break into win column, 1938/11/25: 3
        gridders rounding into form, 1939/09/29: 2
        nose out Dillard, 1939/11/24: 3
        to play Jarvis for homecoming game, 1938/10/28: 7
        PV wrecks Tillotson's homecoming, 1939/10/27: 3
        small grid squad, 1939/09/22: 3
        swamped by Wiley, 1938/09/30: 3
        Tillotson "11" shoved around by PV, 1938/10/07: 3
        Tillotson 56-0 over Butler, 1939/10/20: 3
        will meet Samuel Huston on gridiron Nov. 26, 1938/06/10: 3
      football team (Eagles), 1940-1945
        beat P.C. Smith [Arkansas State] in homecomer, 19-6, 1940/11/01: 3
        Chase, Jesse B., takes over at Tillotson College as grid play is resumed, 1945/08/31: 3
        dump Duncan Field Brown Bombers, 1942/11/20: 3
        mauled by Randolph Field, 41-7, 1945/10/19: 3
        mow down Dillard, 1941/11/14: 2
        Paul Quinn loses to Tillotson, 1940/10/11: 3
        PV 33, Tillotson 0, 1941/11/07: 3
        Randolph Field, Tillotson clash here, Monday, 1945/10/12: 3
        scheduled to play Butler Saturday, October 12, 1940/10/11: 3
        slaughter Paul Quinn, 1941/10/17: 3
        swamped by Wiley, 1945/10/26: 3
        take bitter battle from La. Normal, 6-2, 1940/11/15: 2
        Tillotson, Randolph Field in stadium game, Oct. 15, 1945/09/28: 3
        Tillotson replaces Xavier on Texas grid schedule, 1945/08/17: 3
      football team (Eagles), 1946-1947
        in 6-6 tie with Dillard, 1947/10/31: 3
        Alcorn edges Tillotson 13-6, 1947/11/21: 7
        Braxton, J. T., preps Tillotson for grid opener, 1947/09/19: 4
        come from behind to beat Jarvis 25-12, 1947/11/07: 3
        Eagles swamp Bergstrom, 1946/09/27: 5
        face Dillard for homecoming, 1947/10/24: 3
        Huston, Tillotson in double homecoming clash, Thanksgiving, 1946/11/22: 3
        Joshua, Joe, dynamite freshman back from San Antonio (photo), 1947/11/21: 7
        nose out Butler, 6-0, 1947/10/10: 4
        "Old Home Week" as SHC, Tillotson clash, Nov. 27, 1947/11/21: 3
        open with Paul Quinn, Saturday, 1947/09/26: 7
        Sam Huston bops Tillotson, 28-7, 1947/12/05: 3
        upset Samuel Huston in thriller, 25-19, 1947/12/12: 3
        whip Butler 29-0, 1946/10/11: 3
        win thriller from Paul Quinn, 1947/10/03: 3
      football team (Eagles), 1948
        Grambling subdues Tillotson, 1948/11/05: 3
        Joshua, Joe "Zigaboo" going great for Eagles (photo), 1948/11/12: 3
        meet Alcorn Saturday for homecoming, 1948/11/12: 7
        set for opener with Paul Quinn, 1948/09/24: 5
        topple Paul Quinn, 1948/10/01: 3
        wallop Texas State, 1948/11/12: 3
        win mudder, 13-0, from Alcorn, 1948/11/19: 3
      football team (Eagles), 1949
        alumni hopped up over PV -Tillotson clash, 1949/08/26: 3
        dump Wiley at homecoming, 1949/11/04: 3
        five Tillotson vets are San Antonians, 1949/09/16: 3
        Joshua, Joe
          and Harold Long, lead Tillotson point makers, 1949/11/18: 3
          on Tillotson team (photo), 1949/10/07: 3
        Prairie View to have job with Tillotson, Oct. 8, 1949/09/09: 3
        primed to put whammy on favored PV tomorrow night, 1949/10/07: 3
        primed to upset PV, Oct. 8, 1949/09/30: 3
        PV, Tillotson clash in Alamo Stadium game Oct. 8, 1949/08/12: 3
        PV edges Tillotson 21-20, 1949/10/14: 3
        ready for PV Saturday (photo), 1949/10/07: 3
        Sam Huston, Tillotson in annual battle Saturday, 1949/11/11: 3
        set sights on PV, 1949/09/02: 3
        slam Samuel Huston, 32-6, 1949/11/18: 3
        stun Texas College, 1949/10/28: 3
        Tanner, Windsor J., San Antonian is co-captain (photo), 1949/09/23: 3
        Texas State upsets Tillotson, 1949/10/07: 3
        they'll be here (two Tillotson players) when PV Panthers meet Eagles (photo), 1949/09/30: 3
        Tillotson among new foes on Kentucky State list, 1949/07/29: 4
        Tillotson ties Alcorn to ruin Alcorn's perfect record, 1949/11/25: 3
      football team (Eagles), 1950
        Alabama A & M, Tillotson on edge for SA game, Nov. 25, 1950/11/17: 5
        Alabama A & M comes back to edge Tillotson, 13-12, 1950/12/01: 5
        annual "Y" grid game features Tillotson, Alabama A & M, Nov. 25, 1950/11/03: 5
        Goins, Willie, elected grid captain, 1950/05/26: 3
        Grambling whams Tillotson, 1950/11/03: 5
        seek revenge in tilt with Alabama A and M here, 1950/11/10: 5
        stun Alcorn Braves 7-6, 1950/11/24: 5
        Tillotson and Alabama A&M in Alamo Stadium battle, Sat. (photos), 1950/11/24: 5
        Tillotson College Eagles question mark in 1950 gridiron scramble, 1950/09/15: 5
      Founders' Day
        63rd Founder's day, 1944/03/10: 7
        Founders' Day programs held today, 1940/02/16: 4
      graduation
        62nd annual commencement held, 1944/06/02: 5
        commencement speakers announced, 1936/05/15: 2
        San Antonians in graduating class, 1939/05/19: 7, 1940/05/24: 7, 1940/08/16: 7, 1942/06/05: 6, 1942/08/14: 7
        Tillotson has 35 degree candidates, 1941/05/16: 2
        twenty-eight are awarded degrees, 1938/06/10: 2
      hails two Greek letter chapters, 1936/06/19: 8, 1936/07/03: 8
      Heyward, William, Tillotson athlete makes perfect scholastic record, 1938/07/08: 2
      honor roll, 1936/03/20: 7
      host to Congregational Conference, 1936/04/24: 2
      hosts the Interracial Committee, 1936/01/24: 2
      Institute for Ministers, 1936/04/17: 5, 1936/05/01: 1
      Jackson, Mrs. Marjorie Humber, YWCA executive, speaks at Tillotson College on human rights, 1951/05/18: 6
      joins with Christian students in the nation in an Armistice Day Peace program, 1935/11/15: 8 (filmed in 12/06 issue)
      Jones, William H., inducted as 12th president, 1946/02/01: 1
      Rev. Ledbetter appointed teacher and counselor of High School Conferences, 1936/05/01: 2
      Lent observed, 1936/04/17: 2
      merger with Samuel Huston College
        rumors of, 1947/04/25: 1
        Tillotson, Sam Huston colleges become one with new name, Huston-Tillotson College, 1952/04/25: 1
      Music Week celebrated, 1936/05/15: 2
      New Orleans senior is "Man of Year," 1948/05/28: 5
      news in 1936, 1936/02/21: 2, 1936/07/17: 2, 1936/07/31: 2
      news in 1938, 1938/09/23: 2, 1938/09/30: 7, 1938/11/11: 2
      news in 1940, 1940/02/09: 2
      Omegas set up chapter, 1936/05/22: 2
      one-act plays presented, 1936/05/01: 2
      openings
        opens 62nd year on Sept. 11, 1942/09/04: 7
        opens September 15, 1941/09/05: 2
        starts 62nd year, 1939/09/22: 5
      Play Day sponsored by Physical Education Department, 1936/05/15: 2
      Prince, Earline E. and Elizabeth A. Woods, Tillotson graduates and San Antonians, get out-of-town teaching positions, 1940/09/20: 6
      Public Affairs Society organized, 1935/10/18: 2
      Rains, Coach David, called to Fort Dix, 1941/11/28: 8 (filmed in 12/05 issue)
      Regis, Geraldine, Houston, crowned "Miss Tillotson College" at Homecoming (photo), 1940/11/01: 7
      Reid, Dr. Joseph A., heads Romance Languages Department (photo), 1946/06/28: 6
      Roy, Sophie Lee, wins title "Sweetheart of the Freshman Class" (photo), 1936/03/13: 2
      San Antonio students, Ireene Ford and Nathaniel Dunn, stand out, 1941/02/21: 7
      Santone teachers motor to Austin to see Tillotson play, "Ghosts," 1940/05/24: 6
      senior class presents picture of President Branch, 1936/01/03: 2
      Smith, R. L., last of Texas' Race legislators, speaks, 1941/02/21: 5
      Southern Association of Colleges raises rating to "A," 1944/03/10: 7
      students enjoy lawn fete and afternoon tea, 1935/09/27: 3
      summer school
        session for 1936 ends with marked increase, 1936/06/12: 2
        session for 1938 begins June 1, 1938/05/20: 2
      tennis
        PV netters swamp Tillotson, 1941/04/18: 2
        senior girl wins title at Tillotson net tournament, 1936/04/24: 3
        Tillotson net men beat Wiley, 1938/04/29: 2
        Tillotson net title decided, 1948/05/07: 3
        Tillotson scribe sings the blues, 1938/04/15: 3
        Wiley, Tilltoson netters split, 1938/04/22: 3
      Texas Conference of Congregational Churches meets, 1936/05/22: 2
      track and field team (Eagles)
        crack Tillotson team eyes Tuskegee title, 1950/05/05: 3
        dominate running events at Kentucky State meet, 1951/05/18: 5
        Eagles second in Midwestern track meet, 1951/05/25: 5
        PV edges Tillotson, TSU in triangular meet, 1951/04/20: 5
        thin clads after relay title, 1938/04/01: 3
        thin clads swamp PV in dual meet as Bastrop frosh runs wild, 1939/04/07: 3
        Tillotson scribe sings the blues, 1938/04/15: 3
        Tillotson thinlies run wild at annual Tuskegee relays, 1950/05/12: 3
      Triangular Debating Club meet, 1936/05/08: 2
      YMCA and YWCA in conference, 1936/05/01: 2
      Youth Temperance Movement organized, 1936/05/01: 2
    Tillotson College Club
      meetings in 1939, 1939/09/22: 6, 1939/10/20: 6, 1939/11/10: 6
      meetings in 1940, 1940/02/16: 6, 1940/12/13: 6
      meetings in 1941, 1941/01/31: 6, 1941/03/14: 6, 1941/04/04: 7, 1941/05/02: 6, 1941/05/30: 7, 1941/06/13: 6, 1941/10/31: 7, 1941/12/05: 7
      meetings in 1942, 1942/01/30: 6, 1942/11/06: 6
      to present Tillotson singing group, 1939/11/24: 7
    Tillotson College for Women (Austin, TX)
      See also Tillotson College (Austin, TX)
      alumni hold rousing meeting, 1933/12/01: 6
      approved as Standard Four Year College by Southern Association of Colleges, 1933/12/15: 7
      basketball team (Bluebonnets)
        banquet given in honor of championship team, 1934/04/06: 3
        cagers start intensive practice, 1934/01/05: 3
        Central Texas Tournament champions (photo), 1934/03/30: 3
        nose out Paul Quinn 34-32, 1934/02/16: 3
        Phillis Wheatley and Tillotson girls cagers tie, 1934/01/26: 3
        swamp All Stars 43-5, 1934/03/23: 3
        swamp Anderson 60-7, 1934/03/16: 3
        swamp Blackshear girls, 1934/02/09: 3
        swamp Smithville 40-10, 1934/02/23: 3
        win Central Texas Basketball Tournament, 1934/03/23: 3
        win two games: Smithville and Paul Quinn, 1934/03/02: 3
      Branch, President Mary E.
      co-educational program contemplated, 1935/04/05: 5
      college singers (photo), 1933/12/08: 2
      Daniels, Dr. W. A., visits Tillotson, 1934/02/02: 7
      Delvers Dramatic Club
        entertains, 1934/02/02: 7
        features Negro authors, 1934/03/02: 3
      educational program and plan, 1934/02/23: 4
      faculty
        presents one of strongest faculties in Southwest, 1931/09/18: 3
        two masters added to faculty, 1932/09/02: 5
      Founders' Day
        college has fifty-third Founder's Day program Jan. 21, 1934/01/26: 8 (filmed in 02/02 issue)
        faculty, students observe Founders' Day, 1934/02/23: 4
      graduation
        51st commencement to be observed, 1933/05/19: 1
        ends one of college's finest sessions, 1935/08/09: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue)
        52nd annual commencement observed, 1934/05/25: 3
        graduation program announced, 1935/05/17: 3
        plans made for 53rd commencement, 1934/04/27: 3
        summer graduation Aug. 9 closes most successful session, 1935/08/02: 2
        Tilllotson closes successful year with 53rd commencement, 1935/06/07: 3
      honor students exalted, 1933/10/13: 3
      Lewis, J. F., and Timothy C. Meyers, faculty members, taking advanced studies, 1935/08/02: 2
      modern language activities, 1933/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue)
      National Education Week observed, 1933/10/27: 2, 1934/11/16: 1
      openings
        52nd formal opening program, 1932/10/07: 2
        opens 53rd session, 1932/09/23: 3
      preparing for large enrollment, 1932/09/16: 2
      San Antonio teachers graduate from Huston-Tillotson program, 1931/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
      Smith-Hughes Vocational Teachers of Home Economics conference held, 1934/10/19: 7
      spring quarter to begin, 1934/03/02: 3
      summer school
        Huston-Tillotson summer school opens, 1934/06/22: 3
        summer school methods to change; independent summer school conducted on its own campus; co-educational program contemplated, 1935/04/05: 5
      teacher exchange program with Sam Huston College, 1933/09/08: 8 (filmed in 09/15 issue)
    Timmins, Isaiah
      found dead, 1944/09/29: 1
    Timms, Levy
      slashed by Sylvin Sadberry, recovering with 100 stitches in throat, 1948/05/21: 1
    Tinsley, James Wesley
      found dead in bed, 1962/03/30: 1
      notice of death, 1962/04/06: 8
    Tip Top Drug Store
    Tip Top Rotary
    Tip Top Tailors
    Tippen, SSgt. L. J.
      now serves at AFB in Japan (photo), 1952/04/04: 4
    Tippen, Meddie P.
      notice of death, 1967/05/12: 10
    Tire Companies
    Titus, Charlie
      notice of death, 1959/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
    Titus, MSgt Frank N.
      San Antonian heads choral group in Korea, 1951/01/19: 7
    Toastmasters Clubs
    Tobacco Companies
      American Tobacco Company star salesman, William T. Burke, Jr., in SA in the interest of the company (photo), 1954/04/23: 6
      American Tobacco Company sued for job discrimination by NAACP, 1968/01/12: 1
      Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company
        no adverse effects from Chesterfields, 1952/09/26: 2
        now offers regular and king size in Chesterfield Cigarettes, 1952/08/15: 6
        reduces price on filter cigarettes, 1954/04/09: 6
      Philip Morris Tobacco Company
        charged with job bias, 1967/05/19: 10
        NAACP LDF wins work bias case against Philip Morris and Tobacco Workers International, 1954/04/23: 6
      R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
        $390,000 grant to Winston-Salem State College area gives priority to children of firm's employees, 1969/02/28: 6
        appoints as salesman, J. F. Guess, first Negro in Texas (photo), 1953/10/23: 6
    Tobias, Dr. Channing H.
      elected chairman of NAACP Board of Directors (photo), 1953/01/16: 1
      guest speaker at Southern Methodist University, 1936/07/03: 7
      Pickens, Tobias, and Hughes named key men in drive for peace, 1936/03/20: 1
      re-elected Phelps-Stokes Fund director, 1951/04/27: 1
      Spingarn Award presented by Edwin R. Embree, 1948/07/02: 1
      succumbs at age 79, 1961/11/10: 1
      Truman Committee demands race equality (photo), 1946/11/29: 2
      US representative on Economic and Financial Committee of the United Nations (photo), 1951/11/30: 8 (filmed in 12/07 issue)
    Tobin, Grant
      dies at his residence, 1933/09/15: 8 (filmed in 09/22 issue)
    Todd, Albert C.
      and Marshall, Alice Todd, twins, each have a child born on the 13th, 1936/09/18: 1
    Todd, Alice (Mrs. George)
      awarded with "Lovely Lady" tea by Golden Age Guild (Jo's Jottings), 1961/03/03 Supp: 1
    Todd, Charles H.
      resident of SA for 40 years succumbs (photo), 1946/11/22: 1
    Todd, Gerry Gene
      notice of death, 1961/01/20: 8
    Todd, Jerand
      four-month-old baby smothers to death in bed, 1946/02/01: 1
    Todd, Lillie Mae
      guest speaker, West Galilee Baptist Church (photo), 1968/03/29: 6
    Todd, Mable
      dies in sleep Sunday morning, 1955/04/08: 1
    Todd, Melvinia
      notice of death, 1965/02/12: 7
    Todd, Robert H.
      funeral rites held Monday, 1955/04/15: 1
    Todd, Thelma
      obsequies held, 1954/10/29: 8 (filmed in 11/05 issue)
    Tolan, Eddie
      beats Metcalfe by 2 inches; wins 200-meter by two yards (photo), 1932/08/05: 1
      the big three of American sprinters compete at post-Olympics (photo), 1932/08/19: 3
      Detroit to honor Eddie Tolan when he returns from Olympic games, 1932/08/26: 3
      Eddie Tolan shows here this week, 1932/08/12: 8 (filmed in 08/19 issue)
      educational fund suggested to reward Tolan and Metcalfe for Olympic achievements, 1932/08/12: 3
      fastest human beats Metcalfe by two inches in 100-meter dash; wins 200-meter by two yards (photo), 1932/08/05: 1
      inducted [into Army], 1943/02/26: 3
      may teach in Japan, 1932/08/12: 1
      Metcalfe, Tolan, Gordon, Johnson in US Olympics, 1932/07/29: 3
      three Negroes make US Olympic team, 1932/07/22: 8 (filmed in 07/29 issue)
      "World's Fastest Human" stuns AAU official by saying no to post-Olympic games, 1932/08/26: 3
    Tolbert, Doris
      SA girl, jailed in slashing of white Army officer, Lt. Bradley J. Bennett, who pushes her on bus seat, curses her, 1943/05/21: 1
    Tolbert, Joe Samuel
      attends 25th annual district meeting of City-Wide Ushers Union (photo), 1966/02/18: 4
      elected vice-president of City-Wide Junior Ushers Union, 1962/09/21: 4
      first San Antonian to become president of Texas State Church Ushers Junior Department (photo), 1965/07/16: 4
    Tolbert, John
      notice of death, 1968/12/27: 10 (filmed in 01/03 issue)
    Toledo University (Toledo, OH)
      Harmon, Charles, star forward of Toledo University basketball team in Navy now, 1943/06/25: 3
      Thompson, Dr. Lancelot, appointed to faculty as assistant professor of chemistry, 1958/01/31: 1
    Toler, SSgt. Carliss
      husband of San Antonian on duty in Viet Nam, 1965/01/29: 7
    Toliver, Alice Lucille
      dies seven months after being stricken with paralysis, 1950/11/17: 8 (filmed in 11/24 issue)
    Toliver, Charlie
      notice of death, 1970/04/24: 12
    Toliver, TSgt. George
      Texas National Guard member commissioned as official legislative escort (photo), 1969/05/23: 3
    Toliver, George A.
      receives bachelor of business administration from St. Mary's University (photo), 1958/07/04: 6
    Toliver, Mrs. Jimmye V.
      awarded pin by SA Red Cross instructor, 1958/11/21: 1
    Toliver, Laverne
      notice of death, 1968/12/06: 10 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
    Toliver, Leo
      notice of death, 1958/10/31: 8 (filmed in 11/07 issue)
    Toliver, Margaret
      displays Ike Small Trophy awarded to SA NAACP Youth Council (photo), 1955/07/08: 1
      graduates from San Diego State College, becomes teacher (photo), 1961/02/10 Supp: 4
    Toliver, Mittie
      funeral services held in Seguin, 1959/09/18: 2
    Toliver, Mrs. Tennessee McDowell
      lifelong resident of Guadalupe County buried, 1960/01/08: 2
    Toliver, William D., Sr.
      notice of death, 1968/05/17: 4
    Tollerson, Boyd
      notice of death, 1967/01/27: 10 (filmed in 02/03 issue)
    Tollerson, Henry
      death of, 1960/01/15: 4
    Tollerson, Henry C.
      funeral services held, 1957/11/15: 8 (filmed in 11/22 issue)
    Tollerson, Love
      notice of death, 1936/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue)
    Tollerson, Martha
      notice of death, 1965/02/26: 8 (filmed in 03/05 issue)
    Tollerson, Tandy, III
      president of senior class, Phillis Wheatley High School, 1948/03/19: 6
      suit stolen, 1948/04/09: 1
      wife, former Grace Christine Walker, departs for St. Louis awaiting the birth of their child (photo), 1954/02/19 Supp: 4
    Tollerson, Tom
      notice of death, 1964/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
    Tollerson, Virginia
      notice of death, 1970/02/20: 10
    Tollerson, William
      notice of death, 1944/12/22: 8
    Tollerson, Willie
      assaults wife, Emma Tollerson, 1936/07/17: 1
      brandishes knife, 1946/10/25: 11
      brothers Tom and Willie maul each other in drunken brawl, 1948/07/02: 1
      killer, Ellsworth White, given two years, 1945/05/18: 1
      shot by James Jerry McKinney, in drunken altercation, 1947/05/16: 1
      West Sider shot to death in tavern row by Sam Rice, owner of Blue Bird Inn, 1951/03/23: 1
    Tolliver, Annie T.
      notice of death, 1968/06/21: 4
    Tolson, Melvin B. (Wiley College)
      instructor stands out in literary field (photo), 1940/09/27: 7
      professor of English wins national poetry contest conducted by American Negro Exposition (photo), 1940/06/28: 1
      to represent Texas at California Pacific Exposition, 1935/05/17: 7
      rites held in Oklahoma for famed poet and former Langston University and Wiley College professor, 1966/09/09: 1
      speaks at Houston Interracial Conference, 1936/02/21: 2
      Texas U. hears racism blasted by Negro speaker, Melvin B. Tolson, 1946/11/15: 1
    Tomes, Henry
      notice of death, 1970/05/01: 12
    Tomes, Henry, Jr.
      former San Antonian receives doctorate at Pennsylvania State University (photo), 1963/07/12: 1
    Tompson, Doris
      notice of death, 1968/01/26: 10 (filmed in 02/02 issue)
    Toms, Jeraldine
      2-year-old dies, 1932/05/27: 8 (filmed in 06/03 issue)
    Tone, Mary A.
      killed in auto crash near Houston; family members injured, 1939/07/21: 1
    Tones, A. J.
      notice of death, 1965/12/10: 8
    Tones, Joe
      notice of death, 1966/08/26: 8 (filmed in 09/02 issue)
    Tones, Leona Mae
      notice of death, 1970/03/13: 10
    Toney, Charles E.
      notice of death, 1968/12/27: 10 (filmed in 01/03 issue)
    Toney, George
      killed by police who mistake bottle for weapon, 1932/07/08: 1
    Toney, George Wesley, Jr.
      notice of death, 1962/03/23: 8
    Toney, Merlyn E.
      notice of death, 1967/03/24: 10 (filmed in 03/31 issue)
    Tonsall, Joseph D.
      found dead in bed, 1951/06/22: 1
    Tonsorial Porters Business Club
      meetings, 1934/04/13: 6, 1934/10/12: 6
      organization of, 1934/03/16: 5
    Tookes, Bishop Henry
      obsequies held in Jacksonville for AME bishop, 1948/06/18: 1
    Toomer, Louis B.
      Georgian appointed Register of Treasury by President Eisenhower, 1953/09/11: 1
      quits Treasury post to seek GOP votes, 1956/05/18: 1
      Treasury register denies he'll resign now, 1954/10/22: 1
    Top Hatters Men's Club
      annual dance held, scholarship presented to Ruby Anetia Williams (photo), 1964/01/17 Supp: 4
      baskets of groceries donated to Harriet Tubman Home for the Aged (photo), 1960/01/01: 8 (filmed in 01/08 issue)
      Christmas cheer baskets distributed (photo), 1969/01/10: 9
      civic club for helping the poor and distressed, chartered by the state, 1962/06/29 Supp: 4
      Easter Egg hunt held for Ella Austin Children's Home, 1963/04/19 Supp: 2
        Jo's Jottings, 1961/04/07 Supp: 3, 1962/04/27 Supp: 4
      masquerade dance to be held, 1960/02/19: 7
      meetings in 1959, 1959/07/24: 6, 1959/10/23: 6, 1959/11/20: 6, 1959/12/18: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1960/01/15: 5, 1960/02/05: 6, 1960/04/08: 6, 1960/06/03: 6, 1960/07/08 Supp: 2, 1960/07/15 Supp: 2, 1960/08/12 Supp: 3, 1960/08/26 Supp: 4, 1960/09/09 Supp: 2, 1960/10/07: 6, 1960/10/21 Supp: 3, 1960/11/04 Supp: 4, 1960/11/18 Supp: 3, 1960/12/02: 6, 1960/12/16: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/02/03 Supp: 2, 1961/02/17: 6, 1961/03/03 Supp: 2, 1961/08/18 Supp: 4, 1961/11/17: 6
      meetings in 1962, 1962/02/02 Supp: 4, 1962/02/16: 6, 1962/03/02: 7, 1962/03/16 Supp: 4, 1962/03/30 Supp: 3, 1962/04/06 Supp: 2, 1962/04/27: 4, 1962/05/18 Supp: 3, 1962/06/15 Supp: 3, 1962/06/29 Supp: 3, 1962/07/20 Supp: 2, 1962/08/03 Supp: 4, 1962/09/07 Supp: 2, 1962/09/21 Supp: 4, 1962/10/05 Supp: 3, 1962/10/19: 7, 1962/11/16 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1963, 1963/03/15: 6, 1963/03/29 Supp: 2, 1963/05/03: 6, 1963/05/31: 6, 1963/08/09: 6
      meetings in 1964, 1964/05/29: 6, 1964/06/26: 6
      meetings in 1965, 1965/04/30: 6, 1965/09/17: 6, 1965/10/01: 6, 1965/10/29 Supp: 3, 1965/11/19: 6, 1965/12/10 Supp: 3
      meetings in 1966, 1966/03/25 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1967, 1967/01/13: 8, 1967/02/17: 8, 1967/10/06: 8, 1967/10/20: 8, 1967/11/03: 9, 1967/11/17: 9, 1967/12/01: 9
      meetings in 1968, 1968/01/26: 8, 1968/04/12: 9, 1968/06/07: 8, 1968/06/28: 9, 1968/09/20: 8, 1968/11/08: 8, 1968/11/29: 8, 1968/12/06: 8, 1968/12/20: 6
      meetings in 1969, 1969/02/28: 8, 1969/03/28: 8
      meetings in 1970, 1970/01/23: 9, 1970/01/30: 9, 1970/04/17: 8
      motor to Huston-Tillotson College for graduation of scholarship holder, Alfred E. Pope, 1968/05/24: 8
      motor to Seguin for turkey dinner, 1961/11/03 Supp: 4
      officers elected, 1968/01/26: 8
      wives feted with dinner at Little Red Barn, 1970/04/03: 9
    Top Hatters Savings Club
      family picnic hosted, 1959/06/26: 6
      meetings in 1959, 1959/04/03: 6
    Top Ladies of Distinction
      hostesses and officers at national meeting (photos), 1968/06/21: 8
      meeting held at HemisFair, with attorney Andrew Jefferson, guest speaker (photo), 1968/06/21: 9
      national area meeting
        Prairie View A&M College (Jo's Jottings), 1969/03/14: 8
        San Antonio, 1968/06/21: 8
      San Antonio ladies inducted, 1968/11/01: 8
        Jo's Jottings, 1968/11/01: 8
        photo, 1968/11/01: 7
    Torres, Cipriano
      killer, Lonnie B. Moore, given 5-year suspended sentence in December killing, 1952/06/13: 1
      murdered by Lonnie Moore, in a fight at Cunningham's Cafe, 1951/12/07: 1
    Torres, Pete (City Councilman)
      guest speaker
        East St. Paul Methodist Church, speaks on minimum hour wage, 1967/06/30: 10
        St. James AME Church, Men's Day, 1968/10/11: 10 (filmed in 10/18 issue)
    Toudouza, Fred
      cop shot with fellow officer's gun in cafe affray by Benny Franklin Sheffield, 1941/08/29: 1
    Tovalou, Princess (nee Roberta Dodd Crawford)
      Texan, now princess, serves GI's at Paris Red Cross club, 1945/09/07: 1
    Towery, John H.
      Kelly AFB worker retires after 18 years' service, 1960/11/25: 3
    Towles, Dorothea
      celebrated model, star of AKA Fashionetta, is Texas girl, 1954/10/15: 6
      marriage to attorney, Thomas A. Church, revealed, 1963/08/02: 3
      models $50,000 wardrobe in AKA Fashionetta, 1954/10/01: 6
      "Women in the News" first of Negro American documentary films (photo), 1953/04/03: 4
    Towles, Nat
      Nat Towles and his band at Library Auditorium July 31 (photo), 1944/07/21: 6
      Nat Towles band to be presented by Troy Floyd, 1934/07/27: 6
      SA to hear Nat Towles Monday night, 1944/07/28: 5
    Townsend, Aaron
      notice of death, 1961/02/10: 8
      obsequies held for veteran hotel waiter, 1961/02/03: 1
    Townsend, Mrs. Birdie
      dies in Temple, Texas, 1936/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue)
    Townsend, Charlie
      worker at Kelly AFB gets superior rating, 1965/12/03: 1
    Townsend, Chauncey
      Texas journalist taken by death on Pacific Coast, 1935/08/02: 1
    Townsend, Doris Delores
      raised third highest amount in the "Butler for Bishop" contest (Alamo City Briefs), 1940/04/26: 7
    Townsend, Lola
      notice of death, 1962/02/02: 8
    Townsend, Lula
      notice of death, 1964/04/10: 8
    Townsend, Luther
      notice of death, 1964/12/11: 8 (filmed in 12/18 issue)
    Townsend, Mary E.
      rites held for Mrs. Townsend, of Victoria, 1945/11/30: 5
    Townsend, Nerline
      Waelder group killed in crash in Brookshire when car hit from behind and crushed by truck, 1958/06/20: 1
    Townsend, Ruby
      impressive funeral service held (photo), 1941/12/19: 7
    Townsend, Sophia
      long-time orphanage matron dies, 1947/05/02: 1
    Townsend, Tom
      neighbors find 72-year-old SA man dead, 1949/05/06: 1
    Townsend, Will
      rites held for prominent church worker and fraternalist, 1954/09/17: 1
    Townsend, Willard S.
      Red Cap head sues publication for half-million, 1947/09/05: 4
      Red Cap Union founder dies in Chicago, 1957/02/08: 1
      reelected prexy of United Transport Service Employees of America, 1950/07/07: 4
      withdraws sponsorship of "civil rights" assembly; wary of Communists, fellow travelers, 1949/02/11: 1
    Townsend, Willie
      dies in Muskogee, Oklahoma, 1934/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue)
    Townsend Club No. 2
      meetings in 1944, 1944/07/14: 6
      meetings in 1946, 1946/06/28: 7, 1946/11/08: 6
      meetings in 1947, 1947/02/28: 5, 1947/05/23: 2, 1947/07/25: 6, 1947/12/12: 6
      meetings in 1948, 1948/02/20: 5, 1948/03/19: 6, 1948/06/25: 6, 1948/08/20: 6, 1948/09/03: 4, 1948/10/08: 6
      meetings in 1950, 1950/02/03: 6
      to resume meetings, 1946/05/17: 6
      sending delegates to national convention, 1950/05/19: 6
    Townsend Club No. 9
      meetings in 1949, 1949/08/12: 6
      meetings in 1950, 1950/02/03: 6
      sending delegates to national convention, 1950/05/19: 6
    Trabue, Guy Russell
      death of, 1960/02/26: 7
    Track and Field
      See also Amateur Athletic Union (AAU)
      See also name of specific schools and colleges
      See also National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
      See also Southwestern Athletic Conference
      1948 banner year for Negroes in sports, 1948/12/31: 3
      American Negro soldiers win five first places in Rome Allied meet, 1944/07/21: 3
      Anderson, Don, and Jim Holland win in Big Ten-Pacific Coast meet, 1950/06/30: 3
      Antao, Seraphino, Kenyan runner ties 100-yard world record, 1962/08/03: 5
      Barksdale, Don, leaps to new Camp Lee record, 1944/08/18: 3
      the big three of American sprinters compete at post-Olympics: Eddie Tolan, George Simpson, and Ralph Metcalfe (photo), 1932/08/19: 3
      Borican, Johnny
      Boston, Marcellus, and Jim Holland win; Fonville second in indoor meet, 1950/03/17: 3
      Boston, Ralph
      Brooks, Pvt. John W., puts on demonstration of broad jumping (photo), 1944/01/14: 3
      Brown, Earlene, named to Helms Women's Hall of Fame, 1962/07/20: 5
      Brown, Vivian and Willye White, selected by Amateur Athletic Union for track tour in Europe, 1963/07/26: 5
      Budd, Frank
        Budd, Boston, Wilma, star for US in Moscow, 1961/07/21: 5
        ties world 100 mark again, 1961/08/18: 5
        zooms to world mark in century [100-yard dash], 1961/06/30: 5
      Calhoun, Lee
      Campbell, Milt
      Cator, Sylvio
      Central Playground thin-clads cop playground field and track meet, 1947/08/15: 3
      Chicago relays, four titles copped by Race athletes, 1944/03/31: 3
      Conwell, Eddie, sets new work mark in 45-yard dash event, 1944/03/31: 3
      Cruter, Gil
      Davis, Eural
      Davis, Otis, sets world record for 400 meters in 1960 Olympics, 1960/09/09: 5
      Davis, Wendell
      Dillard Pfc. William, Cleveland, burns up German track, 1945/09/21: 2
      district meets
      Dixon, Frank
      Dugger, Eddie
        beats Wolcott, Ewell double winner at Nat'l Collegiate meet, 1940/06/28: 3
        double winner at annual AAU indoor meet, 1944/03/03: 3
      Dumas, Charlie, eyes 7-foot, 5-inch jump, 1958/05/02: 5
      Ellerbe, Mozelle
      Ewell, Barney
      five Negroes on All-American track team, three make All-College, 1941/02/07: 3
      Fonville, Charles (Chuck)
      Ford, Sylvester, SA runner wins marathon on coast [Oregon], 1945/07/06: 3
      G. P. Inge, Jr. Sunshine City Relays
        300 to vie in relays, 1964/03/13: 5
        Lions in a breeze, Riley by a squeak in Sunshine City, 1964/03/20: 5
        Lions win San Antonio Invitational track meet, 1965/04/23: 5
        records expected to fall in relays, 1965/04/23: 5
        records fall as Lions, Big R win Sunshine City meet, 1965/04/30: 5
        relays to be run April 24, 1965/04/16: 5
        thinlies eye Sunshine City-Inge relays, 1964/02/28: 5
      Golliday, Jim, officials say Golliday broke world mark, 1955/11/25: 4
      Gordon, Edward
      Gra-Y Field and Track Meet
        Booker T. Washington Elementary wins Gra-Y Meet, 1970/04/24: 5
        Douglass sweeps Gra-Y Field and Track field, 1949/05/20: 3
        Gra-Y'ers win in West Side meet, 1970/04/24: 5
        to take place at Phillis Wheatley, 1949/05/13: 3
      Grant, Pvt. Boston P., 400 winner in Naples meet, 1945/07/20: 3
      Guadalupe Relays
        Wheatley takes senior division and Riley juniors cop junior school title in first Guadalupe Relays, 1959/03/20: 5
      Gulf Coast Track and Field Relays (Invitationals)
      Hall of Fame, five Negroes among 28 athletes named for Hall of Fame, 1949/06/03: 3
      Harlandale Relays for 1969 knocked out by weather, 1969/03/21: 5
      Harris, Archie
      Harrison, Dillard
      Hartfield, Karl
      Hayes, Robert
      Holland, Jim
      Hollis, Pvt. Vincent, breaks long distance records while awaiting basic training (photo), 1946/09/20: 3
      Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association (IC4A)
        tan stars dominate IC4A championships, 1955/03/11: 5
      Johnson, Ben, travels fast in Army, too, 1943/05/21: 3
      Johnson, Cornelius
      Johnson, James
      Johnson, Rafer
      Johnson, Stone
        on All-American track team, 1960/07/22: 5
        death of Stone Johnson strikes tragic blow in sports circles, 1963/09/20: 5
        honored at Texas Relays, 1961/02/10: 5
        Olympic win predicted by coach, Tom Williams, 1960/07/15: 5
      Jones, Hayes, sets world mark in 60-yard hurdle, 1958/03/21: 5
      Junior Olympics
        See Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), South Texas Junior Olympics
      junior school track meet (San Antonio, TX), 1950-1958
        Douglass grabs junior track title with whirlwind finish, 1950/05/12: 3
        Douglass runs off with city junior cinder meet, 1951/05/25: 5
        Douglass wins junior field, track meet, 1956/04/27: 5
        Dunbar wins city junior school track crown, 1958/05/09: 5
        Emerson Jr. High cracks junior school record to win San Antonio Junior School Championship (photo), 1958/04/18: 5
        junior thinlies resume track feuding after four-year layoff, 1956/04/13: 5
        meet postponed, reset for Saturday morning, 1951/05/18: 5
        second annual junior school track meet set for Saturday, 1950/05/05: 3
        third annual city junior school track meet to be held Sat., 1951/05/11: 5
      junior school track meet (San Antonio, TX), 1961-1964
        'Big Three' meet set for Friday, 1964/04/10: 5
        Riley repeats a junior school track champion, 1962/03/23: 5
        Riley sweeps all divisions to again win junior title, 1964/04/17: 5
        Riley wins tri-junior hi track championship, 1961/03/31: 5
        special tri-junior school track meet set for Alamo Stadium, 1962/03/16: 5
        track meet to be run Friday, 1961/03/24: 5
      junior school track meet (San Antonio, TX), 1967
        Washington and Miller schools win in track, 1967/05/05: 5
      Kelley, Bob, Illinois U's senior star, may be too versatile for own good, 1944/03/31: 3
      King, Kermit, takes broad jump, Jimmy Smith helps Indiana U. to new record at 1936 Drake Relays, 1936/05/01: 3
      King, O'Neil, Victoria High student undefeated in the 100 and 220 (photo), 1967/04/14: 5
      Kyle, Jacqueline Marie, former San Antonian stars in Hawaii track meet, 1968/04/05: 5
      Lewis, Thomas
        1600-meter relay world mark doubly sweet to Lewis, 1966/07/29: 5
        Rockport, TX, giant threatens Randy Matson's marks, 1966/03/18: 5
      Luvalle, Jimmy
      Mathis, Bill, stars at Chicago relays, 1949/03/25: 3
      McGuire, Edith, paces women as US swamps Russian thinlies, 1964/07/31: 5
      McKenley, Herb
      Metcalfe, Ralph
      Metropolitan Track and Field Meet
        Glosson, Julius, and Louis Houston star as Brackenridge wins track meet, 1958/03/28: 5
      National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
        Ball, Jesse, native San Antonian named to NAIA All-American track and field squad (photo), 1969/08/22: 5
        Boston, Ralph, gets 47 points for Tennessee State A and I, but TSU wins NAIA title, 1961/06/09: 5
        Maryland State College, Baltimore, wins NAIA track title, 1963/06/21: 5
        Negro teams third, fifth, and seventh in NAIA meet, 1956/06/22: 5
        Southern University
          repeats as NAIA champ, 1967/02/03: 5
          wins 3rd straight track championship, 1967/06/16: 5
          wins track championship, 1965/06/18: 5
        Texas Southern University
          repeats as NAIA track champ, 1962/06/08: 5
          thinlies take second in NAIA, 1954/06/11: 5
        third annual track and field championships in Abilene to draw Negro aces, 1954/05/28: 5
        Wooley, Elmer, and John Farrington of Prairie View vie in annual NAIA meet, 1958/06/06: 5
      national high school championship
        Davis, Wendell
          does century in 9.5 at national, 1947/05/16: 3
          records focus attention on national high meet, 1947/06/06: 3
        national high track meet in St. Louis, 1946/04/05: 3
      Neal, SSgt. Malcolm, San Antonian coaches No. 2 team in Second Air Force track and field championships held in Fort Worth, 1958/06/20: 5
      Negro jumpers finish 1-2-3 at Chicago meet; Peacock sprint champ, 1937/03/12: 3
      Overton, Ed, former Register staffer stands out in Southwest Air Force meet, 1953/06/19: 5
      Owens, Jesse
      Pan-American Games
        Hurt, Eddie, Morgan State College mentor, on US coaching staff, 1959/08/21: 5
        international brotherhood marks Pan-Am opening, 1959/09/04: 5
        Negro scout carries Pan-Am "freedom torch" to Chicago mayor, 1959/09/11: 7
        tan Americans set records at Pan-Am Meet, 1963/05/03: 3
        US Pan-Am teams to have many Negroes, 1959/08/07: 3
        US tan thinly-clads run wild, 1955/03/25: 5
      Peacock, Eulace
      Pearman, Reggie
        McKenley, Pearman steal show at Penn relays, 1947/05/02: 3
        sparks NYU to IC4A track title, 1947/06/06: 2
      Pelican Relays, 11th annual relay attracting nation's top performers, 1970/04/17: 5
      Penn Relays
        Hurt, Eddie, first Negro to be named referee, 1961/04/07: 5
        records go to Negroes, 1956/05/11: 3
        sepia thinlies show well in Penn Relays, 1963/05/03: 3
      Phillips, Alfred Burchell, prep whiz sets world record for indoor mile, 1956/02/10: 7
      Prairie View Annual Intercollegiate Relays and Tennis Tournament
      prep school 440 record holder to run in Alamo Stadium show, 1941/03/28: 3
      Race lassies crack world track record, 1941/04/25: 3
      race track, field stars named by AAU to compete at Dallas expo, 1937/07/09: 3
      Reavis, Phil, world high jump record is his aim, 1956/03/23: 5
      Register award on display, 1939/04/14: 3
      Robinson, Mack, 200 meter flash, has weak heart, 1936/07/24: 3
      Rogers, Winston, ex-high jump star, in air corps, 1942/11/13: 3
      Rudolph, Wilma
      San Antonio GIs star in track meet in Dutch East Indies, 1945/01/12: 3
      San Antonio Invitational Track Meet
        6th annual meet set for Saturday, May 9, 1970/05/08: 5
        Herb Stevens is star, 1961/05/05: 5
        Highlands Owls first, Lions second in SA Invitational Meet, 1967/04/21: 5
        set for Saturday, 1970/04/17: 5
      scribe fears Dixie schools losing interest in big-time track, 1948/05/21: 3
      scribe says Penn Relays all belong to Charley Jenkins, 1957/05/10: 3
      six national college track titles won by Negroes, 1938/06/24: 3
      six Negroes on All-American track squad, 1939/01/27: 3
      Smith, Lewis ('Jack Rabbit') at Fort Sill, 1943/07/16: 3
      Smith, Louis, Gibbons High Schooler (Paris, Texas), breaks 440-yard record (photo), 1941/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue)
      Southern Conference meet
        to be held at Atlanta U. tomorrow, 1939/05/19: 31
        Tuskegee relays, annual Southern Conference to be held May 12-13, 1944/05/05: 3
      Southland to see its first interracial track meet at Texas Exposition, June 19th, 1936/06/19: 3
      Southwestern Athletic Conference
        3-team fight seen for SWAC track title, 1968/05/10: 5
        annual meet held in Houston, 1954/05/07: 5
        Arkansas State host to track, field meet, 1939/03/31: 3
        Bishop wins SW Conference track title in relays, 1939/05/12: 3
        hot battle expected for conference track crown, 1941/05/16: 3
        Porter, Lester, named to all-conference team, 1960/05/27: 5
        Prairie View grabs SW Conference track crown, 1950/05/26: 3, 1951/05/18: 5
        Southern University
          20th annual SWAC meet to be held at Southern U., 1958/05/09: 5
          All-SWAC team loaded with Southern U. thinlies, 1966/06/10: 5
          annual meet set for April 29 at Southern U., 1944/04/14: 3
          cops SW Conference track crown, 1959/05/15: 5
          hosts annual SW conference meet, 1951/05/11: 5
          nips Wiley for annual SW track title, 1946/05/24: 3
          races to one mile relay national record, 1965/05/14: 5
          relays at Southern U next Friday, Saturday, 1940/04/26: 3
          snatches Southwest tract crown, 1954/05/14: 5
          Southern given SWAC '64 track crown after TSU thinly ruled ineligible, 1964/09/11: 5
          SW thin clads in annual meet at Southern University, 1948/05/07: 3
          wins SWAC track championship, 1966/05/13: 5
        Texas Southern University
          cops SW Conference Track Crown, 1955/05/13: 5
          record crowd expected for SWAC track meet at TSU, 1965/04/30: 5
          Southern U. given SWAC '64 track crown after TSU thinly ruled ineligible, 1964/09/11: 5
          SWAC cinder path rivalry turns into hot feud--TSU could get kicked out, 1965/04/30: 3
          TSU's disqualification voids SW track title, 1964/05/22: 5
        top teams vie in annual invitational relays at Wiley, today, Sat., 1954/04/16: 5
        Wiley surprises to grab Southwest Track crown, 1947/05/23: 3
      Sowell, Arnie
        assigned to US Modern Pentathlon Team at Fort Sam Houston, eyes Olympics, 1958/10/31: 5
        and Milt Campbell set records, 1957/03/01: 5
      Sport Sketches by Clint C. Wilson
        Ewell, Barney, 1940/05/24: 3
        Harris, Archie, 1941/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue)
        Owens, Jesse, 1941/03/07: 5
      Stanfield, Andy
        rejects Australian bids to turn pro, 1954/01/15: 6
        wins IC4-A century crown, 1950/06/02: 3
      Strode, Woodrow
      Sunshine City Invitational (1941-1950)
        athletes pour into city for great event at Alamo Stadium, 1941/04/04: 3
        eleven schools to vie in annual classic at Alamo Stadium, 1942/04/10: 3
        invitationals, stopped in 1942, to be resumed in Alamo Stadium April 10, 1948/04/02: 3
        meet for 1950 called off, 1950/04/07: 3
        sprint duel to feature invitationals, 1948/04/09: 3
        track crown goes to Wheatley; Waxahachie Hi is "dark horse" (photo), 1941/04/11: 3
        Washington High, of Dallas, wins "invitationals," 1942/04/17: 3
        Wheatley, Houston, wins last event to grab invitationals, 1948/04/16: 3
        Yates Hi favored in Sunshine City invitationals, 1950/04/07: 3
      Sunshine City Invitational (1961-1963)
        See also Track and Field, G. P. Inge, Jr. Sunshine City Relays
        440-yard relay named after San Antonio Register editor, U. J. Andrews, 1961/04/07: 5
          Jo's Jottings, 1961/04/07 Supp: 1
        annual track meet set for April 13, 1963/04/05: 5
        date set, 1962/04/13: 5
        handsome awards given, 1961/04/07: 5
        meet to be run Saturday at Alamo Stadium, with trophies, medals and ribbons to winners, 1963/04/12: 5
        Phillis Wheatley, Riley win Sunshine City meet, 1963/04/19: 5
        Phillis Wheatley Lions cop the meet, 1961/04/07: 5, 1962/04/27: 5
        plans made for invitational meet, 1961/03/24: 5
        returns to San Antonio Friday, 1961/03/31: 5
        torrid duels expected in Sunshine City Invitational, 1962/04/20: 5
        track meet to be staged again, 1961/03/17: 5
      Tarrant, Leo
      Texas Interscholastic League meets
      Texas Relays
        Houston, Louis, Brackenridge High, wins high 440 at Texas Relays, 1958/04/04: 5
        Texas Southern University goes mad at Texas Relays, entered all five events, won all of them, and set records, 1962/04/13: 5
      Thomas, John
      Thompson, Herb, equals world record in 60-yard dash (photo), 1943/03/12: 3
      Tolan, Eddie
      track stars en route to Norway meets, 1949/07/29: 4
      Tyus, Wyomia
        Olympic track star honored by Mademoiselle magazine, 1969/01/10: 5
        shatters world mark in 100 meter, 1965/08/06: 5
      US and Soviets can't agree, track meets canceled, 1957/06/28: 5
      US Track and Field Team
        tan stars lead win in Finland, 1962/08/24: 5
        tan thinlies pace US track victory over Russia at 2-day meet at Stanford University, 1962/07/27: 5
      Watson, Bill
      Wheatley of Houston cops Dallas high school invitational meet, 1954/04/02: 5
      White, Marilyn, beats Wilma Rudolph in 60 yard dash, asks who is Wilma Rudolph's conqueror?, 1963/02/08: 5
      White, Willye, and Vivian Brown, selected by Amateur Athletic Union for track tour in Europe, 1963/07/26: 5
      Whitfield, Malvin
      Williams, Archie, headed for Berlin, 1943/03/26: 3
      Williams, Willie, wins two big 10 indoor titles for Illinois, 1953/03/20: 5
      Wisconsin withdraws track team from meet when Negro star is banned, 1939/04/14: 3
      Woodruff, Johnny
      writer shows track men of Negro colleges equal to whites of same size schools (by Fay Young), 1940/05/31: 2
      Young, Claude (Buddy)
        leads Illinois to NCAA title, 1944/06/16: 3
        named athlete of year by Illinois, 1944/06/02: 3
    Trader, William
      lad, hit by car, remains in hospital, 1941/07/11: 1
    Traffic Accidents
    Traffic Safety
      51,200 Corpses [number of people who died in motor car crashes in 18 months] (editorial), 1935/09/27: 4
      Are You Indifferent to Slaughter? (editorial), 1937/07/16: 4
      Autos--and Dreaming [death toll mounting fast in rural territories] (editorial), 1935/05/17: 4
      Chief of Police Fred Palmer praises motorists for better driving, 1948/01/30: 4
      Death Walks the Highways (editorial), 1936/07/24: 4
      Holland, Kermit, traffic safety "contact man" is Santone visitor, 1940/11/08: 7
      How about the "Accident Prone" Location? (editorial), 1937/07/09: 4
      Jobs for the Undertaker [automobile fatalities make new accounts for undertakers] (editorial), 1937/07/30: 4
      Let's Quit Killing [with automobiles] (editorial), 1935/12/27: 4
      mayor promises traffic signals at danger spot at request of Young Men's Progressive Club, 1953/03/13: 1
      One Resolution We Should Keep (editorial), 1939/01/13: 4
      Public Briefed on New Traffic System (editorial), 1957/07/26: 4
      Safe-Driving Tips for Teen-Agers (editorial), 1959/07/31: 4
      Slow Down at Night (editorial), 1936/08/28: 4
      Too Horrible? [true picture of automobile crashes sets example] (editorial), 1935/10/18: 4
      "Traffic Enemy Number 1"
        contest for name and slogan, 1949/09/09: 4
      What Will It Be? [preventing accidents takes more than "bearing down" by police] (editorial), 1938/12/16: 4
      You Don't Have to Know Anything [comments regarding speeding and accidents] (editorial), 1935/11/08: 6
    Traffic Violations
      Anthony, Marvin, cops chase car 80 miles an hour, 35 blocks through city streets, 1951/10/26: 1
      Baker, David W., fined $319.50 for ten violations, 1940/11/22: 1
      cars do 100 on streets, go wrong way on expressway, 1954/12/17: 1
      Carter, Raymond Monroe, takes swing at officer, booked for speeding and assault of police officer, 1969/10/24: 1
      cop empties gun at automobile in 25-block chase; Cedell A. Melton charged with traffic violations; wife arrested, 1948/06/11: 1
      fleeing car driven by Alvin Moore, passes over tot without touching it, 1952/06/06: 1
      James, Walter, stopped for driving problem, also arrested for unlawfully carrying a prohibited weapon, 1969/11/21: 1
      Johnson, Willie F., booked for negligent collision, disturbing peace, 1950/07/28: 5
      Miles, Melvin C., cab driver, leads officers in wild early morning race, 1950/10/27: 1
      Mitchell, Oscar, arrested for operating car without license, 1945/04/06: 1
      Pitts, E., arrested for running stop sign, 1938/01/07: 1
      Reed, David, arrested for speeding and driving without a license, 1945/04/20: 1
      Reed, James William, runs red light, but arrested for carrying a pistol, 1951/11/16: 1
      Rodriguez, Jesse, involved in hit-runner with Willie E. Brown who is booked for leaving scene of accident, 1951/02/09: 1
      Smith, John Thomas, 22, chronic traffic violator appeals $340 fines, charged with 17 offenses in past 13 months, 1957/05/10: 1
      Starts, Willie Lynn, "U" turn driver flees, faces two charges, 1954/10/15: 3
      Ward, Charles, arrested for speeding, 1946/05/24: 5
      Washington, George, has troubles on Feb. 22, 1949/02/25: 1
      wild, reckless driving, menacing crowd lead to arrest of three, 1950/06/09: 1
      Wilson, Clemon, arrested after 70-mile-an-hour street chase and trying to crash police car, 1950/08/18: 1
    Trahan, Rev. J. D. (Joshua Baptist Church)
      fifth anniversary celebration (photo), 1941/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue)
      is pastor of Joshua Baptist Church (photo), 1939/10/20: 8 (filmed in 10/27 issue)
      to preach farewell sermon, 1936/09/25: 8 (filmed in 10/02 issue)
      psychologist and spiritual advisor returns to SA (photo), 1934/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue)
    Train Porters' Division Ladies Auxiliary
      meetings in 1943, 1943/01/08: 6
      meetings in 1944, 1944/01/21: 6, 1944/03/10: 6, 1944/05/12: 6, 1944/06/02: 8 (filmed in 06/09 issue), 1944/11/03: 6
    Train Porters Union
    Trammel, Jack
    Trammell, Mrs. Beatrice J.
      succumbs to four months' illness (photo), 1947/10/17: 7
    Trans-World Airlines (TWA)
    Travel
      See also Bus Transportation
      See also Railroads, racial discrimination
      Eisenhower, President Dwight D.
        president's curt answers on travel to Negro scribes 'explained,' 1954/07/23: 1
        promises nothing on segregation in travel, 1954/07/16: 1
        surprised to hear Negroes still Jim Crowed in Dixie travel, 1954/01/22: 1
      first class travel difficult for Negroes, 1956/02/24: 4
      House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce okehs bill ending travel Jim Crow, 1954/07/30: 1
      Interstate Commerce Commission hears Jim Crow travel charges in two-day hearing, 1954/08/06: 1
      Mississippi
        Jim Crow travel, though banned in 'Sippi, still fact, 1963/10/18: 1
        Jim Crow travel terminals ruled out, 1961/12/01: 1
      Negroes in '55 to spend $350 million in pleasure travel, 1954/12/03: 6
      Not This Tax [proposed tax on foreign travel] (editorial), 1965/03/05: 4
      Senate gets bill to end Jim Crow in interstate travel, 1954/01/22: 1
      US sues for eighth time to remove Jim Crow signs at railroad and bus stations, 1962/03/02: 1
    Travel Agents
      International Travel Agents convention held in Mexico City (Jo's Jottings), 1966/10/21: 8
      Sterling Travel Agency
        date set for 10th annual trip to Los Angeles, 1970/04/03: 6, 1970/05/22: 9, 1970/06/05: 8
        sponsors bus trip to Huntsville Prison Rodeo, 1966/09/30: 9
    Travelers' Aid
      See USO Travelers' Aid
    Travelers Social Club
      meetings, 1934/05/25: 7, 1934/10/12: 6, 1934/11/09: 6
    Travis, Emma Jean
      presented with scholarship from the American Legion (Jo's Jottings), 1962/09/28 Supp: 4
    Travis Park Methodist Church
      Bowden, Artemisia, dean of St. Philip's, speaks, 1947/08/22: 8 (filmed in 08/29 issue)
      Easter services at Down-town Auditorium, 1948/03/26: 2
      second annual interracial meeting held, 1946/03/01: 4
      Sunday school Xmas tea to be held Monday, 1946/12/06: 5
      Training School Chorus to perform during Race Relations Week, 1947/02/14: 5
    Traywicks, Charles
      notice of death, 1963/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue)
      obituary notice by Carter-Taylor Mortuary, 1963/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue)
    Tredwell, Mary Eliza
      notice of death, 1964/01/24: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue)
    Tree Army
    Tree Mount Temple Baptist Church
      Holland, Rev. S. L., to be in charge of church during illness of pastor, 1963/05/10: 8
      new church building entered by members, Nov. 1, 1964/10/30: 8 (filmed in 11/06 issue)
      Passmore, Rev. Algie, pastor, honored by church members, 1959/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue)
      Prayer Band service held, with Ruby Robinson presiding over the healing (photo), 1958/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue)
      religious crusade with Rev. H. F. Francis as leader and featuring Mrs. L. Tabor Logan as soloist (photo), 1959/04/10: 8 (filmed in 04/17 issue)
      sets two-week revival, 1958/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue)
    Trembles, Massie Lee
      crowned "Miss Progressive Baptist of 1961" (photo), 1961/06/23 Supp: 2
    Trenton Six
      "confessions" by two of Trenton Six thrown out, 1951/04/20: 1
      English, Collis, "Trenton Six" prisoner dies awaiting trial, 1953/01/09: 1
      jury acquits four, sentences two to life whose cases may eventually reach Supreme Court, 1951/06/22: 1
      lawyers seek to bar 'confessions,' 1951/04/06: 1
      MacKenzie, John, one of "Trenton Six" arrested for robbery, 1959/01/30: 1
      missing witness in "Trenton Six" case is sought, 1951/03/09: 1
      Moore, Clifford R., Trenton Six lawyer, found shot to death, 1956/08/10: 3
      New Jersey court grants 'Trenton Two' new trial; no. two of six accused can be "selected" for punishment, 1952/12/05: 3
      one of "Trenton Six" ill with heart ailment, trial recessed, 1951/04/13: 1
    Tresville, Capt. Robert D.
      second in command under Col. B. O. Davis, confirmed missing in action, 1944/07/21: 1
    Trevino, John
      dies at his residence at 103, 1931/10/09: 8 (filmed in 10/16 issue)
    Trevino, Rene J.
      four employees at Brooke General Hospital given service awards, 1967/11/10: 9
    Tri-Hi-Y
      Alamo branch representatives attend "Youth in Government" program (photo), 1968/12/27: 7
      SA youths attend Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y meet at Bryan, 1959/04/10: 7
    Tri-State Medical Association (Texas)
      Atkinson, Dr. N.J., Greenville scene of unusual event as lone Negro member presents program at meeting, 1937/09/24: 1
    Tried Stone Baptist Church
      Brown, Rev. C. C.
        feted with birthday party, 1960/03/04: 4
        leads congregation into newly-purchased building (photo), 1958/06/20: 8 (filmed in 06/27 issue)
      burglars get 50 cents, do $25 damages, 1963/06/28: 1
      Christmas cantata set, 1963/12/13: 4, 1964/12/18: 4
      Cruse, Ruth, and Elijah Owens in recital, Feb. 13, 1959/02/06: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue)
      Ellis and Dixon group presented by Hattipha Tent No. 27, 1959/11/13: 8 (filmed in 11/20 issue)
      Foster, Rev. C. J., delivers first sermon, 1965/08/13: 8 (filmed in 08/20 issue)
      Guadalupe College Extension Seminary
        See Guadalupe College, Extension Seminary
      Junior Mission
        annual tea hosted (photo), 1962/05/25 Supp: 3û4, 1963/06/07 Supp: 4
        entertains with silver tea, 1959/05/15: 4
        meetings in 1959, 1959/02/06: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1959/02/20: 8 (filmed in 02/27 issue), 1959/03/20: 4, 1959/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue)
        meetings in 1960, 1960/01/29: 4, 1960/02/26: 7
        meetings in 1961, 1961/06/09: 8, 1961/06/30: 4, 1961/08/25: 4
        meetings in 1962, 1962/02/02 Supp: 3
      Junior Women
        entertain Senior Women, 1959/09/18: 8 (filmed in 09/25 issue)
        meetings in 1959, 1959/06/12: 4, 1959/08/28: 4, 1959/09/25: 4, 1959/10/23: 6
        meetings in 1960, 1960/04/22: 8 (filmed in 04/29 issue), 1960/08/26: 4
      Lydia Circle invites public to holiday tea, 1969/12/12: 4
      news in 1948, 1948/08/13: 8 (filmed in 08/20 issue)
      Thetford, Rev. G. G., Jamaica, guest speaker, 1965/07/23: 4
      Women's Day
        Brown, Rev. C. C. delivers sermon; Rev. L. Hancock and his congregation in charge of services, 1963/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue)
        Crawford, Mrs. M. A., and Mrs. C. B. Foster, guest speakers, 1959/08/21: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
        James, Mrs. L. R., and Lillie B. Davis, guest speakers, 1960/08/26: 6
        Jordan, Barbara C., Houston attorney is guest speaker (photo), 1964/08/21: 4
        Mitchell, Mrs. M. B., and Mrs. C. J. Sheridan, guest speakers, 1961/08/25: 4
    Trigg, Alfred
      notice of death, 1969/08/08: 10 (filmed in 08/15 issue)
    Trigg, Beatrice
      elderly woman, ill for two weeks, found dead in bed, 1954/10/29: 1
    Trigg, Earl Lee
      baby boy dies aged 7 hours, 1957/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue)
    Trigg, John Henry
      notice of death, 1960/03/18: 8 (filmed in 03/25 issue)
    Trigg, Owen F.
      notice of death, 1969/01/17: 10 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
    Trimble, Ida
      notice of death, 1967/02/24: 10 (filmed in 03/03 issue)
    Trinity Baptist Church
      anniversaries
        9th anniversary observed, Rev. S. F. Steward to deliver guest sermon (photo), 1959/11/13: 8 (filmed in 11/20 issue)
        13th anniversary observed, Rev. S. E. Steward, is anniversary speaker (photo), 1963/11/01: 4
        14th anniversary observed, Rev. C. C. Brown, to deliver message (photo), 1964/11/13: 8 (filmed in 11/20 issue)
        16th anniversary observed, with Rev. E. J. Johnson, guest speaker (photo), 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
      auto driven by Corris Douglas Broadnax crashes into church, resulting in $2,000 in damages, 1958/10/03: 1
      broadcasts services over KMAC Radio Station, 1969/04/04: 10 (filmed in 04/11 issue)
      Christmas services
        Christmas, New Year's Eve services announced, 1959/12/25: 8 (filmed in 01/01 issue)
        early morning service set, 1962/12/21: 4, 1963/12/20: 8 (filmed in 12/27 issue), 1965/12/24: 4
        sunrise services set, 1960/12/23: 7
      Courtesy Committee observes its annual day (Jo's Jottings), 1965/10/15 Supp: 2
      Easter
        early morning service set, 1961/03/31: 8, 1964/03/27: 7, 1965/04/16: 4
        Easter services all day, 1959/03/27: 4
        special all-day Easter services, 1960/04/15: 8 (filmed in 04/22 issue)
        sunrise services held, 1963/04/12: 8, 1968/04/12: 9
      entrance service into new building observed with Rev. W. J. Johnson, St. Luke Baptist Church, giving the sermon (photo), 1959/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
      ground breaking ceremonies herald new church (photo), 1952/02/01: 8 (filmed in 02/08)
      Hall, Rev. John A.
      Hancock, Rev. L., guest speaker (photo), 1961/04/28: 8
      James, Mrs. L. R., Woman's Day speaker from New Braunfels (photo), 1957/03/29: 4
      Master Masons and Eastern Star members lay cornerstone of church, with Rev. J. L. Taylor, guest speaker (photo), 1959/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue)
      Men's Day
        Duncan, Rev. H., guest speaker (photo), 1964/01/03: 8 (filmed in 01/10 issue)
        Kemple, Rev. J. A., guest speaker (photo), 1963/01/18: 8 (filmed in 01/25 issue)
        McClure, Rev. V. William, guest speaker (photo), 1965/01/15: 8 (filmed in 01/22 issue)
      news in 1951, 1951/11/16: 8 (filmed in 11/23 issue), 1951/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue), 1951/12/21: 8 (filmed in 12/28 issue)
      news in 1952, 1952/10/03: 8 (filmed in 10/10 issue), 1952/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue), 1952/10/17: 8 (filmed in 10/24 issue), 1952/10/24: 8 (filmed in 10/31 issue), 1952/10/31: 8 (filmed in 11/07 issue), 1952/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue)
      news in 1953, 1953/08/07: 8, 1953/08/14: 8
      organized workers and officers named for new church, 1951/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue)
      Owens Singers in program tonight at Trinity Baptist, 1952/02/29: 4
      revivals
        Green, Rev. I. C., Sr., of Dallas, conducts revival January 15-22 (photo), 1957/01/11: 8 (filmed in 01/18 issue)
        Price, Rev. H. L.
          to conduct revival starting May 26 (photo), 1952/05/16: 4
          conducts spring revival (photo), 1952/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue)
        Steward, Rev. S. E., assists with the revival, beginning December 8 (photo), 1957/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
      Washington, Rev. J. Whitlow
        accepts call to pastorate of Trinity Baptist (photo), 1952/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue)
        extends invitation to all to attend (photo), 1953/07/24: 4
      Williams, Celeste, presented in recital (photo), 1963/12/06: 8 (filmed in 12/13 issue)
      Women's Day
        Coleman, Mrs. G. C., guest speaker for first observance (photo), 1959/08/28: 8 (filmed in 09/04 issue)
        Duncan, Rev. H.
          and Mrs. Christopher Griffin, guest speaker (photo), 1969/01/17: 10 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
          guest speaker (photo), 1965/01/22: 8 (filmed in 01/29 issue)
        Franklin, Rev. E. N., Antioch Baptist Church in Luling and Mrs. B. L. Bailey, guest speakers, 1970/01/09: 10
        Jefferson, Mrs. E. M., guest speaker, 1967/02/03: 10 (filmed in 02/10 issue)
        Parker, Bernice, guest speaker (photo), 1964/01/24: 4
        Pickett, Dorothy C., guest speaker (photo), 1962/01/05: 8
        Wilkinson, Mrs. P. S., Sr., guest speaker (photo), 1963/01/04: 8 (filmed in 01/11 issue)
      Youth Day
        Hodges, Mary, guest speaker (photo), 1964/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue)
        Kelly, Carol Ann, guest speaker (photo), 1966/02/25: 8
        Miller, Rev. Robert, guest speaker, 1968/02/23: 10 (filmed in 03/01 issue)
        Moody, Wanda Marcille, guest speaker (photo), 1965/01/08: 8 (filmed in 01/15 issue)
        observance of, 1957/06/07: 8 (filmed in 06/14 issue)
    Trinity University (San Antonio, TX)
      African Student Committee drives to bring two Africans to school, 1961/05/12: 1
      basketball team
        freshman team blasted by St. Philip's, 1963/12/06: 5
        Jeffries, Larry, named to 1969 Little American College Basketball Team (photo), 1969/03/14: 5
        junior varsity basketball team walloped by St. Philip's, 1965/02/19: 5
      Hardin-Simmons, Trinity football teams battle tonight in stadium, 1949/12/02: 3
      Knight, L. M. ("Knock Knock"), ex-Wheatley star keeps Trinity athletes fit, 1950/01/06: 3
      Lewis, Dr. Earl M., Negro educator joins graduate school staff, 1968/09/06: 1
      Odem, Rufus, Corpus Christi sprint star to run for Trinity U., 1966/06/10: 5
      ROTC cadet, D. B. Hart, delegate to US Fourth Army (photo), 1959/09/04: 7
      Swaizey, Peggy, presented in piano recital in fulfillment of degree requirement (photo), 1961/05/26 Supp: 4
    Trojans Social Club
      meetings, 1932/08/19: 6, 1932/08/26: 5, 1932/09/02: 6, 1932/09/09: 6, 1932/09/23: 7, 1932/10/14: 7, 1932/11/25: 6
    Trotter, Sgt. Creola C.
      officer in charge of Brooke Army Hospital's mental hygiene consultation service, retires with Army Commendation medal and certificate of retirement (photo), 1970/06/12: 1
    Trotter, Marva
      See also Louis, Marva
      "anywhere with Joe" describes their romance (photo), 1935/09/13: 1
    Trotter, William Monroe
      Boston will honor Trotter, 1934/05/04: 1
      torn by despair, Trotter ends life, 1934/04/13: 1
    Troupe, William
      injured as car plunges through bridge, 1941/02/28: 1
      notice of death, 1968/10/25: 3
    Troy, Vada
      succumbs in Houston (photo), 1967/05/12: 1
    Troy Floyd band
    Trucks and Trucking
      Sunset Motor Lines sued for $25,700 in crash death of Russell Lewis, injured Feb. 1, dies 35 days later, 1954/05/28: 1
      truck buyers may not be able to get gas, 1944/01/28: 1
      World Technical Supply, Inc., local firm accused of US labor violations, 1966/11/04: 1
    True Gospel Baptist Church
      Singers Alliance in musical program, 1970/02/13: 2
      "Tyler Day" observed, with Rev. E. J. Tyler, delivering the message, 1964/08/14: 4
    True Gospel Singers
      celebrate first anniversary at St. Luke Methodist Church, 1954/05/14: 8 (filmed in 05/21 issue)
      performances
        direct fellowship program at Emmanuel AME Church, 1954/08/13: 8 (filmed in 08/20 issue)
        Live Oak Baptist Church, New Braunfels, 1954/08/13: 8 (filmed in 08/20 issue)
        in recital Sunday, 1954/09/24: 8 (filmed in 10/01 issue)
        Seguin and SA programs, Jan. 17, 1954/01/15: 8
        in series of programs, 1954/05/14: 8 (filmed in 05/21 issue)
        song programs held in Gonzales, 1954/08/06: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue)
        Sweet Home Baptist Church, 1954/06/11: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue)
        Uvalde New Light Baptist Church, 1954/10/15: 8 (filmed in 10/22 issue)
        West Laurel Heights Methodist Church, 1954/09/10: 8 (filmed in 09/17 issue)
    True Holiness Church of Christ
      new church to be dedicated, 1950/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue)
      news in 1950, 1950/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue)
      revivals, public invited, 1950/02/17: 8 (filmed in 02/24 issue)
    True Holiness Pentecostal Church
      Bible conference and fourth anniversary of the church to be held, 1953/11/13: 4
      Bible conference set for Nov. 14-21, 1955/11/11: 8 (filmed in 11/18 issue)
      old fashioned revival runs through March 31, 1954/03/12: 8 (filmed in 03/19 issue)
      returns to air every Sunday on KMAC, 1958/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue)
      Usher Board fetes Mrs. Jane Clark and her daughter with going away dinner party (photo), 1967/02/10: 8
    True Vine Baptist Church
      Bradley, Bernice, thirteen year-old girl church worker shows ability, 1938/06/17: 6
      "Challenge of the Cross," a drama, presented June 26, 1964/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue)
      choir featured on 'Glorified Voices' program, 1941/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue), 1941/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue)
      Easter activities, 1938/04/22: 8 (filmed in 04/29 issue)
      Gaston, Rochelle D., wins baby contest (photo), 1970/05/08: 10
      Kirk, Rev. Dudley M.
        anniversary sermon for Rev. L. C. Glasco, St. Mark IME Church, 1964/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue)
        installation services held, with Rev. J. A. Kemple delivering sermon (photo), 1964/07/31: 8 (filmed in 08/07 issue)
      meetings in 1938, 1938/12/02: 8 (filmed in 12/09 issue)
      musicals
        Skylark Spiritual Singers, and others, to perform, 1964/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue)
        song service to be held, 1964/07/03: 4
      news, 1932/05/27: 8 (filmed in 06/03 issue), 1932/06/10: 8 (filmed in 06/17 issue), 1936/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/15 issue), 1936/05/22: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
      news in 1935, 1935/06/07: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue), 1935/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue), 1935/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/19 issue), 1935/07/19: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue), 1935/08/02: 8 (filmed in 08/09 issue), 1935/08/09: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue), 1935/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/27 issue)
      news in 1938, 1938/04/15: 8 (filmed in 04/22 issue), 1938/04/29: 8 (filmed in 05/06 issue), 1938/05/6: 8 (filmed in 05/13 issue), 1938/05/13: 8 (filmed in 05/20 issue), 1938/05/20: 8 (filmed in 05/27 issue), 1938/05/27: 8 (filmed in 06/03 issue), 1938/06/03: 8 (filmed in 06/10 issue), 1938/06/10: 8 (filmed in 06/17 issue), 1938/06/24: 8 (filmed in 07/01 issue), 1938/07/01: 8 (filmed in 07/08 issue), 1938/07/08: 8 (filmed in 07/15 issue), 1938/07/15: 8 (filmed in 07/22 issue), 1938/07/29: 8 (filmed in 09/23 issue), 1938/09/23: 8 (filmed in 09/30 issue), 1938/10/07: 8 (filmed in 10/14 issue), 1938/10/14: 8 (filmed in 10/28 issue), 1938/11/04: 8 (filmed in 11/11 issue), 1938/11/18: 8 (filmed in 11/25 issue), 1938/12/09: 8 (filmed in 12/16 issue)
      news in 1939, 1939/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue), 1939/01/13: 8 (filmed in 01/20 issue), 1939/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue), 1939/01/27: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1939/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1939/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue), 1939/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue), 1939/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1939/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue), 1939/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue), 1939/05/19: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue), 1939/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1939/07/14: 8 (filmed in 07/21 issue), 1939/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue), 1939/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue), 1939/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/18 issue), 1939/08/18: 8 (filmed in 08/25 issue), 1939/08/25: 8 (filmed in 09/01 issue), 1939/09/15: 8 (filmed in 09/22 issue), 1939/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29 issue), 1939/09/29: 8 (filmed in 10/20 issue), 1939/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue), 1939/11/10: 8 (filmed in 11/17 issue), 1939/11/17: 8 (filmed in 11/24 issue), 1939/12/08: 8 (filmed in 12/15 issue), 1939/12/15: 8 (filmed in 12/29 issue)
      news in 1940, 1940/01/05: 8 (filmed in 01/12 issue), 1940/01/12: 8 (filmed in 01/19 issue), 1940/01/19: 8 (filmed in 01/26 issue), 1940/01/26: 8 (filmed in 02/02 issue), 1940/02/02: 8 (filmed in 02/09 issue), 1940/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue), 1940/02/23: 8 (filmed in 04/05 issue), 1940/04/05: 8 (filmed in 04/19 issue), 1940/04/19: 8 (filmed in 04/26 issue), 1940/05/24: 8 (filmed in 05/31 issue), 1940/06/07: 8 (filmed in 06/14 issue), 1940/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue), 1940/06/21: 8 (filmed in 06/28 issue), 1940/06/28: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue), 1940/07/12: 8 (filmed in 07/26 issue), 1940/08/02: 8 (filmed in 08/09 issue), 1940/09/27: 8 (filmed in 10/04 issue), 1940/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue), 1940/10/11: 8 (filmed in 10/18 issue), 1940/11/01: 8 (filmed in 11/08 issue), 1940/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue), 1940/12/20: 8 (filmed in 12/27 issue)
      news in 1941, 1941/01/10: 8 (filmed in 01/17 issue), 1941/01/17: 8 (filmed in 01/31 issue), 1941/01/24: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1941/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue), 1941/02/21: 8 (filmed in 01/03 issue), 1941/02/28: 8 (filmed in 03/07 issue), 1941/03/14: 8 (filmed in 03/21 issue), 1941/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1941/03/28: 8 (filmed in 04/04 issue), 1941/04/04: 8 (filmed in 04/11 issue), 1941/04/11: 8 (filmed in 04/18 issue), 1941/04/18: 8 (filmed in 04/25 issue), 1941/04/25: 8 (filmed in 05/02 issue), 1941/05/09: 8 (filmed in 05/16 issue), 1941/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue), 1941/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1941/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue), 1941/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/19 issue)
      news in 1942, 1942/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/30 issue), 1942/01/23: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1942/01/30: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1942/02/13: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue), 1942/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1942/04/24: 8 (filmed in 05/01 issue), 1942/08/07: 8 (filmed in 08/14 issue), 1942/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/21 issue)
      news in 1943, 1943/01/15: 8 (filmed in 02/05 issue), 1943/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue), 1943/04/09: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue), 1943/04/23: 8 (filmed in 06/18 issue), 1943/06/18: 8 (filmed in 06/25 issue), 1943/07/16: 4, 1943/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue), 1943/07/30: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue), 1943/08/13: 8 (filmed in 09/17 issue), 1943/09/17: 8 (filmed in 1944/01/07 issue)
      news in 1944, 1944/01/28: 7, 1944/02/11: 8 (filmed in 02/18 issue), 1944/02/18: 8 (filmed in 02/25 issue), 1944/02/25: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1944/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1944/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1944/03/31: 8 (filmed in 04/07 issue), 1944/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1944/04/28: 8 (filmed in 05/05 issue), 1944/05/19: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue), 1944/06/02: 8 (filmed in 06/09 issue), 1944/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue), 1944/07/28: 4, 1944/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue), 1944/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1944/09/08: 8 (filmed in 09/15 issue), 1944/09/15: 8, 1944/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue), 1944/10/20: 8 (filmed in 10/27 issue), 1944/10/27: 8, 1944/11/10: 8, 1944/11/17: 8, 1944/11/24: 8, 1944/12/01: 8, 1944/12/08: 8, 1944/12/15: 8, 1945/09/14: 8 (filmed in 09/21 issue)
      news in 1945, 1945/01/19: 6, 1945/01/26: 7, 1945/02/02: 8 (filmed in 02/09 issue), 1945/02/09: 8 (filmed in 02/16 issue), 1945/02/16: 8 (filmed in 02/23 issue), 1945/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1945/03/02: 8 (filmed in 03/09 issue), 1945/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue), 1945/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue), 1945/03/23: 8 (filmed in 03/30 issue), 1945/03/30: 6, 1945/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue), 1945/04/13: 8, 1945/04/20: 2, 1945/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue), 1945/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1945/05/18: 8 (filmed in 05/25 issue), 1945/05/25: 8 (filmed in 06/01 issue), 1945/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1945/06/08: 8 (filmed in 06/15 issue), 1945/07/13: 8 (filmed in 07/20 issue), 1945/07/20: 8 (filmed in 07/27 issue), 1945/07/27: 8 (filmed in 08/03 issue), 1945/08/03: 8 (filmed in 08/10 issue), 1945/08/10: 8 (filmed in 08/17 issue), 1945/08/17: 8 (filmed in 08/24 issue), 1945/08/24: 8 (filmed in 08/31 issue), 1945/08/31: 8 (filmed in 09/07 issue), 1945/09/21: 8, 1945/10/05: 8 (filmed in 10/12 issue), 1945/10/19: 8 (filmed in 10/26 issue), 1945/10/26: 8 (filmed in 11/02 issue), 1945/11/02: 8, 1945/12/07: 8 (filmed in 12/14 issue), 1945/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue)
      news in 1946, 1946/01/18: 8, 1946/01/25: 8, 1946/02/01: 8, 1946/02/08: 8, 1946/02/15: 8, 1946/03/01: 8, 1946/04/05: 8, 1946/04/12: 8, 1946/04/26: 8 (filmed in 05/03 issue), 1946/05/03: 8, 1946/05/10: 8, 1946/05/24: 8, 1946/05/31: 8, 1946/06/14: 8, 1946/06/21: 8, 1946/07/19: 8, 1946/07/26: 5, 1946/08/02: 8, 1946/08/09: 8, 1946/08/23: 8 (filmed in 08/30 issue), 1946/08/30: 6, 1946/09/13: 8 (filmed in 09/20 issue), 1946/09/20: 8, 1946/09/27: 4, 1946/10/04: 8 (filmed in 10/11 issue), 1946/10/11: 8, 1946/10/18: 4, 1946/10/25: 8, 1946/11/01: 8, 1946/11/08: 2 (Section 2), 1946/11/22: 8, 1946/12/13: 8 (filmed in 12/20 issue), 1946/12/20: 8
      news in 1947, 1947/01/10: 8, 1947/01/31: 8 (filmed in 02/07 issue), 1947/02/07: 8 (filmed in 02/14 issue), 1947/02/14: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue), 1947/02/21: 8 (filmed in 02/28 issue), 1947/03/07: 8, 1947/03/14: 8 (filmed in 03/21 issue), 1947/03/21: 8 (filmed in 03/28 issue), 1947/04/11: 8, 1947/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1947/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/19 issue), 1947/09/19: 8 (filmed in 09/26 issue), 1947/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue), 1947/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue), 1947/10/17: 8 (filmed in 10/24 issue), 1947/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue), 1947/11/14: 8, 1947/11/21: 8 (filmed in 11/28 issue), 1947/11/28: 8, 1947/12/05: 8 (filmed in 12/12 issue), 1947/12/19: 8 (filmed in 12/26 issue), 1947/12/26: 8 (filmed in 1948/01/02 issue)
      news in 1948, 1948/01/09: 8, 1948/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1948/01/23: 8, 1948/01/30: 8 (filmed in 02/06 issue), 1948/02/06: 8, 1948/02/20: 6, 1948/03/05: 8, 1948/03/12: 8, 1948/03/19: 8, 1948/03/26: 8, 1948/04/02: 8, 1948/04/09: 8, 1948/04/16: 8, 1948/04/23: 8, 1948/05/07: 8, 1948/05/14: 8, 1948/05/28: 8, 1948/06/11: 8, 1948/06/18: 8, 1948/06/25: 8, 1948/07/02: 8, 1948/07/09: 8, 1948/07/16: 8, 1948/07/23: 8, 1948/07/30: 8, 1948/08/06: 8 (filmed in 08/13 issue), 1948/08/13: 8 (filmed in 08/20 issue), 1948/08/20: 8 (filmed in 08/27 issue), 1948/08/27: 8 (filmed in 09/03 issue), 1948/09/03: 8 (filmed in 09/10 issue), 1948/09/10: 8 (filmed in 09/17 issue), 1948/09/17: 8 (filmed in 09/24 issue), 1948/09/24: 8 (filmed in 10/01 issue), 1948/10/08: 8 (filmed in 10/15 issue), 1948/10/15: 8 (filmed in 10/22 issue), 1948/10/22: 8 (filmed in 10/29 issue), 1948/10/29: 8 (filmed in 11/05 issue), 1948/11/05: 8 (filmed in 11/12 issue), 1948/11/12: 8 (filmed in 11/19 issue)
      news in 1949, 1949/01/07: 8 (filmed in 01/14 issue), 1949/01/14: 8 (filmed in 01/21 issue), 1949/01/21: 8, 1949/01/21: 8 (filmed in 01/28 issue), 1949/02/11: 8, 1949/02/18: 8, 1949/02/25: 8, 1949/03/11: 8, 1949/03/18: 8, 1949/04/08: 8, 1949/07/08: 8, 1949/07/15: 8, 1949/07/22: 8, 1949/07/29: 8, 1949/08/05: 8, 1949/08/12: 8, 1949/08/19: 8, 1949/08/26: 8, 1949/09/02: 8, 1949/09/09: 8, 1949/09/16: 8, 1949/09/23: 8, 1949/10/14: 8, 1949/11/04: 8, 1949/11/11 Supp: 1, 1949/11/25: 8, 1949/12/02: 8, 1949/12/16: 8, 1949/12/23: 8
      news in 1950, 1950/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue), 1950/01/27: 8 (filmed in 02/03 issue), 1950/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue), 1950/02/10: 8 (filmed in 02/17 issue), 1950/02/17: 8 (filmed in 02/24 issue), 1950/02/24: 8 (filmed in 03/03 issue), 1950/03/03: 8 (filmed in 03/10 issue), 1950/03/10: 8 (filmed in 03/17 issue), 1950/03/17: 8 (filmed in 03/24 issue), 1950/03/24: 8 (filmed in 03/31 issue), 1950/04/07: 8 (filmed in 04/14 issue), 1950/04/14: 8 (filmed in 04/21 issue), 1950/05/05: 8 (filmed in 05/12 issue), 1950/05/12: 8 (filmed in 05/19 issue), 1950/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/02 issue), 1950/06/02: 8 (filmed in 06/09 issue), 1950/06/09: 8 (filmed in 06/16 issue), 1950/06/16: 8 (filmed in 06/23 issue), 1950/06/23: 8 (filmed in 06/30 issue), 1950/07/14: 8 (filmed in 07/21 issue), 1950/07/28: 8 (filmed in 08/04 issue), 1950/08/04: 8 (filmed in 08/11 issue), 1950/08/25: 8 (filmed in 09/01 issue), 1950/09/01: 8 (filmed in 09/08 issue), 1950/09/22: 8 (filmed in 09/29), 1950/10/06: 8 (filmed in 10/13 issue), 1950/10/20: 8 (filmed in 10/27 issue), 1950/11/03: 8 (filmed in 11/10 issue), 1950/11/10: 8 (filmed in 11/17 issue), 1950/11/17: 8 (filmed in 11/24 issue)
      news in 1951, 1951/02/23: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1951/03/02: 8 (filmed in 03/09 issue), 1951/03/09: 8 (filmed in 03/16 issue), 1951/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue), 1951/03/23: 8 (filmed in 03/30 issue), 1951/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue), 1951/04/06: 8 (filmed in 04/13 issue), 1951/04/13: 8 (filmed in 04/20 issue), 1951/04/20: 8 (filmed in 04/27 issue), 1951/04/27: 8 (filmed in 05/04 issue), 1951/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue), 1951/05/18: 8, 1951/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1951/06/29: 8 (filmed in 07/06 issue), 1951/12/14: 8 (filmed in 12/21 issue)
      news in 1952, 1952/01/25: 8 (filmed in 02/01 issue), 1952/02/01: 8 (filmed in 02/08), 1952/04/25: 8 (filmed in 05/02 issue), 1952/05/02: 8 (filmed in 05/09 issue), 1952/05/16: 8 (filmed in 05/23 issue), 1952/05/23: 8 (filmed in 05/30 issue), 1952/05/30: 8 (filmed in 06/06 issue), 1952/06/06: 8 (filmed in 06/13 issue), 1952/06/13: 8 (filmed in 06/20 issue), 1952/06/27: 8 (filmed in 07/04 issue), 1952/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue), 1952/07/25: 8 (filmed in 08/01 issue), 1952/08/01: 8 (filmed in 08/08 issue), 1952/08/15: 8 (filmed in 08/22 issue), 1952/08/22: 8 (filmed in 08/29 issue), 1952/08/29: 8 (filmed in 09/05 issue), 1952/09/05: 8 (filmed in 09/12 issue), 1952/09/12: 8 (filmed in 09/19 issue), 1952/09/26: 8 (filmed in 10/03 issue), 1952/10/03: 8 (filmed in 10/10 issue), 1952/10/10: 8 (filmed in 10/17 issue), 1952/11/07: 8 (filmed in 11/14 issue), 1952/12/12: 8 (filmed in 12/19 issue)
      news in 1953, 1953/01/16: 8 (filmed in 01/23 issue), 1953/01/23: 8 (filmed in 01/30 issue), 1953/02/06: 8 (filmed in 02/13 issue), 1953/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue), 1953/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue), 1953/03/27: 8 (filmed in 04/03 issue), 1953/04/03: 8 (filmed in 04/10 issue), 1953/04/17: 8 (filmed in 04/24 issue), 1953/05/01: 8 (filmed in 05/08 issue), 1953/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/15 issue), 1953/05/15: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue), 1953/05/22: 8 (filmed in 05/29 issue), 1953/05/29: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue), 1953/06/05: 8 (filmed in 06/12 issue), 1953/06/12: 8, 1953/06/19: 8 (filmed in 06/26 issue), 1953/06/26: 8, 1953/07/03: 8 (filmed in 07/10 issue), 1953/07/17: 8 (filmed in 07/24 issue), 1953/08/07: 8, 1953/09/04: 8, 1953/10/16: 8, 1953/10/23: 8, 1953/10/30: 8, 1953/11/06: 8, 1953/11/20: 8, 1953/12/11: 8, 1953/12/18: 8
      news in 1954, 1954/01/08: 8, 1954/01/15: 8, 1954/01/22: 8, 1954/02/12: 8, 1954/02/19: 8 (filmed in 02/26 issue), 1954/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue), 1954/03/26: 8 (filmed in 04/02 issue), 1954/04/16: 8 (filmed in 04/23 issue), 1954/04/23: 8 (filmed on 04/30 issue), 1954/07/16: 8 (filmed in 07/23 issue), 1954/07/23: 8 (filmed in 07/30 issue), 1954/08/20: 8 (filmed in 08/27 issue), 1954/09/03: 8 (filmed in 09/10 issue), 1954/10/01: 8 (filmed in 10/08 issue), 1954/11/05: 8 (filmed in 11/12 issue), 1954/11/19: 8 (filmed in 11/26 issue), 1954/12/17: 8 (filmed in 12/24 issue), 1954/12/31: 8 (filmed in 1955/01/07 issue)
      news in 1955, 1955/01/07: 8, 1955/01/14: 8 (filmed in 01/21 issue), 1955/01/28: 8, 1955/04/15: 8, 1955/05/20: 8, 1955/06/03: 8, 1955/08/26: 8, 1955/09/02: 8, 1955/09/09: 8, 1955/09/16: 8, 1955/09/23: 8, 1955/09/30: 8, 1955/10/14: 8 (filmed in 10/21 issue), 1955/10/28: 8 (filmed in 11/04 issue), 1955/11/04: 8 (filmed in 11/11 issue), 1955/11/18: 8 (filmed in 11/25 issue), 1955/12/02: 8 (filmed in 12/09 issue)
      news in 1956, 1956/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue), 1956/01/20: 8 (filmed in 01/27 issue), 1956/01/27: 8 (filmed in 02/03 issue), 1956/02/03: 8 (filmed in 02/10 issue), 1956/02/10: 8 (filmed in 02/17 issue), 1956/02/24: 8 (filmed in 03/02 issue), 1956/03/02: 8 (filmed in 03/09 issue), 1956/03/16: 8 (filmed in 03/23 issue), 1956/03/23: 8 (filmed in 03/30 issue), 1956/03/30: 8 (filmed in 04/06 issue), 1956/04/13: 8 (filmed in 04/20 issue), 1956/05/04: 8 (filmed in 05/11 issue), 1956/05/11: 8 (filmed in 05/18 issue), 1956/05/18: 8 (filmed in 05/25 issue), 1956/06/01: 8 (filmed in 06/08 issue), 1956/06/08: 8 (filmed in 06/15 issue)
      organization of, 1944/04/21: 8 (filmed in 04/28 issue)
      pastor's anniversary celebration completed, 1933/05/26: 8 (filmed in 06/09 issue), 1938/04/01: 8 (filmed in 04/15 issue)
      revivals
        Archield, Rev. R. L., evangelist (photo), 1964/09/11: 8 (filmed in 09/18 issue)
        old time revival starts Oct. 1, 1968/09/27: 4
        Walker, Rev. John T., Denver, evangelist (photo), 1966/06/24: 4
      Rose of Sharon Club holds style show, 1944/05/19: 8 (filmed in 05/26 issue)
      Usher Board meets, 1947/11/28: 8
      Youth Day observed, with guest speaker, Rev. Roosevelt Shorter, Louisiana, 1968/11/29: 10 (filmed in 12/06 issue)
    Truitt, Mrs. Theresa D.
      obsequies held for Caldwell county agent, 1948/01/30: 1
    Truman, Harry S. (President of United States)
      81st Congress didn't do bad job says capitol scribe, 1949/11/04: 1
      anti-lynching bills
        says he will do all "possible" against lynching, 1946/09/27: 1
        US anti-lynch bill endorsed by President Truman, 1946/08/09: 4
      anti-poll tax legislation
        Backslides on Poll Tax Issue (editorial), 1946/04/12: 4
        Now He's Cold, Now He's Hot (editorial), 1946/04/19: 4
        says he still favors federal anti-poll tax law, 1946/04/19: 1
      asked to overrule decision that snatches RR jobs, 1946/03/01: 1
      awards and honors
        Boys Town Negro mayor presents gifts to president, 1948/06/18: 1
        honored in behalf of efforts for brotherhood by National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1952/11/28: 4
        National Newspaper Publishers Association to present President Truman with award at DC session, 1952/11/14: 1
      campaign contributions
        Elect-Truman fund gets $1,000, $5 contributions, 1948/08/20: 5
        first $1,000 for Truman campaign fund (photo), 1948/08/20: 1
        National Citizens Committee contributes $1,000 (photo), 1948/09/03: 7
      changes mind about stumping country for Democratic platform promises, 1949/06/10: 5
      civil rights issues
        See Civil Rights (1946-1949), Truman, President Harry S.
        See Civil Rights (1950-1953), Truman, President Harry S.
      Fair Employment Practices Commission/ Committee (FEPC)
        See Fair Employment Practices Commission/Committee, Truman administration
      greets 1948 Olympic stars, 1948/10/29: 7
      health care plan
        See Health Care Plans, Truman health plan
      Mollison, Irvin C., appointed first Negro federal US judge by President Truman, 1945/10/12: 1
      NAACP Address
        NAACP address by Truman on air Sunday, 1947/06/27: 1
        to speak at NAACP meeting, 1947/06/06: 1
        tells NAACP "no justifiable reason for discrimination," 1947/07/04: 1
      Negro leaders present six-point program to Truman, 1951/03/09: 1
      president, first lady rebuke DAR for barring Hazel Scott, but Mrs. Truman no Eleanor, 1945/10/19: 1
      1944 presidential election
        See also Elections, Presidential (1944)
        Roosevelt-Truman mass meeting set for Nov. 3, 1944/10/27: 1
        Roosevelt-Truman meeting scheduled for tonight at Library Auditorium, 1944/11/03: 1
        Texas Democratic Club gets intense Roosevelt-Truman drive under way, 1944/11/03: 5
      1948 presidential election
        See also Elections, Presidential (1948)
        Democrats pick Harry Truman on first ballot as Southerners froth, 1948/07/16: 1
        Green, Percy, publisher, says Truman to get Mississippi vote (photo), 1948/09/17: 1
        Harry 'forgives' but very cold to Dixiecrats, 1948/12/10: 5
        nationwide election returns show Negroes for Harry Truman, 1948/11/12: 1
        Truman re-elected as president (photo), 1948/11/05: 1
        with Truman's victory, what now for Wallaceites, Dixiecrats?, 1948/11/12: 1
      saves life of Army officer, 1st Lt. Leon A. Gilbert, Pennsylvania, from death sentence, penalty reduced to 20 years hard labor, 1950/12/01: 1
      sit-down strikes
        ...but Harry sounds off again, 1961/04/21: 1
        ex-president Truman explains what he meant, 1960/05/27: 1
        HST backs down on Red link with sit-downs, 1960/04/29: 1
        sit-down strike blast laid to "approaching senility," 1960/04/01: 3
        Truman puts foot in mouth again, 1960/07/01: 3
      speeches of past years show his belief in justice for Negroes, 1945/05/25: 5
      urged to name Negro to Interstate Commerce Commission, 1952/05/02: 1
      urges nation to buy Christmas seals, 1945/11/30: 1
      US Armed Forces
        President Truman asked to reject "new" Army desegregation plan, 1949/10/14: 1
        secret report on Negro's status in new war within the armed forces being studied by Truman, entire cabinet, 1947/11/14: 1
        Truman orders armed forces equality, 1948/07/30: 1
    Truman, Mrs. Harry S. (Bess)
      and the first lady and Margaret wore... (inaugural festivities), 1949/01/28: 5
      government women attend first lady's annual garden party, 1948/05/14: 5
      to host National Council of Negro Women's convention reception, 1946/10/25: 9
      President Truman, first lady rebuke DAR for barring Hazel Scott, but Mrs. Truman no Eleanor, 1945/10/19: 1
    Truman Civil Rights Committee
    TSC Social Club
      meeting of, 1935/04/05: 6
    Tuberculosis
      See also Bexar County Home for the Aged and Tubercular (Southton)
      See also Bexar County Tuberculosis Association
      See also City-County Tuberculosis Control Board
      See also Kerrville State Tuberculosis Sanatorium
      See also San Antonio State Tuberculosis Hospital
      attack of TB germ likened to war tactics, 1941/08/01: 8 (filmed in 08/08 issue)
      beauticians see exhibit, hear talk on tuberculosis, 1949/10/14: 6
        photo, 1949/10/14 Supp: 2
      Bexar County Tuberculosis Association offers support to US Health Service, 1941/12/19: 1
      "Bill" [Senate Bill No. 467 providing for establishment of State Tuberculosis Sanatorium for Negroes] (editorial), 1935/04/05: 4
      broadcast about TB to be heard on Saturday nights, 1946/02/08: 1
      chest x-rays
        620 x-rayed at Wheatley Courts, 360 at Lincoln, 1948/12/10: 1
        federal agencies want compulsory x-ray programs replaced with tuberclin skin tests, 1958/08/01: 6
        free chest x-raying in SA, 1956/05/11: 4, 1956/12/14: 1, 1957/01/18: 6
        late workers may get free chest x-rays in evening, 1942/07/31: 1
        lecture, chest x-raying set for Sutton Homes, 1957/11/08: 1
        mass chest x-ray survey, 1949/12/30: 1, 1950/01/13: 1, 1950/02/03: 1
        Mobile Chest X-ray Unit Program (editorial), 1958/05/16: 4
        mobile x-ray unit schedule set for month, 1959/11/06: 1
        report on junior college x-rays released, 1949/01/21: 4
        residents urged to take free chest x-rays, 1942/07/24: 5
        September last month for free x-raying, 1942/09/11: 1
        volunteers for free chest x-ray project sought, 1956/05/04: 6
        x-ray program ends today at Wheatley Courts (photo), 1948/12/03: 1
        x-ray unit set for Hicks Beauty School in March, 1958/02/21: 3
        youth groups to have free chest x-rays, 1942/08/07: 5
      Christmas Seals (1931-1933)
        Christmas Seal, drawn by Negro artist, ready for sale, 1931/11/27: 5
        figures show Christmas Seal sales lagging, 1933/12/15: 1
        purchase of Christmas Seals urged of Race members, 1932/09/30: 1
        sale in progress, 1931/12/11: 1, 1932/12/09: 1
      Christmas Seals (1937-1939)
        annual campaign gets under way--money from Race sales goes to support TB Clinic, 1937/12/03: 1
        annual sale gains momentum--Rev. Brent of Second Baptist year's first purchaser, 1937/12/10: 1
        Brent, Rev. W. S., pastor of Second Baptist Church, makes first Xmas seal purchase (photo), 1937/12/10: 1
        Brooke General Hospital patients aid drive, 1967/11/17: 1
          photo, 1967/11/17: 3
        Buy Christmas Seals (editorial), 1939/12/08: 4
        Christmas Seals Are Here (editorial), 1938/12/02: 4
        city indifferent to Xmas project for aged and ill, 1937/12/17: 1
        fund increased by $10 this week (photo), 1939/12/15: 1
        sale campaign plans perfected, 1939/12/08: 1
        sale has not reached half-way mark, 1938/12/16: 1
        sale in progress, 1938/12/02: 1
        sales committee in drive to sell $1,000 worth of seals (photo), 1939/12/08: 1
        Sutton, Prof. S. J., urges buying of more Xmas Seals; sets goal of $200, all of which goes to TB clinic, 1937/12/17: 1
        "The Old Folks Be Damned" as Xmas Seals Sales Lag (editorial), 1937/12/17: 4
      Christmas Seals (1940)
        efforts redoubled to reach 1940 goal, 1940/12/20: 1
        partial report of Xmas Seal sales of $202.18; receipts to swell when all churches, organizations turn in cash, 1940/01/26: 1
        Santone's annual Xmas Seal sale gets under way, 1940/11/29: 4
      Christmas Seals (1941)
        goal of $1,000 set to aid West Side Clinic, 1941/12/05: 1
        pastors to push Xmas Seal sales at Sunday services, 1941/12/12: 1
        sale to open Monday, Nov. 24, 1941/11/21: 1
        Sutton, Prof. S. J., heads Christmas Seal Committee, 1941/11/14: 1
      Christmas Seals (1942)
        Haywood, Mrs. K. M. and S. H. Gates, show Xmas seals (photo), 1942/12/18: 4
        more Xmas seals sold this year than same time last year, 1942/12/11: 4
        plans readied for annual Xmas Seal sale, 1942/11/20: 1
        SA churches support annual sale, 1942/12/25: 1
      Christmas Seals (1944)
        Christmas Seals Are Needed (editorial), 1944/11/24: 4
        plans for annual sale completed, 1944/11/24: 1
        sale in progress, 1944/12/01: 1
        sale passes half-way mark, 1944/12/15: 1
        sales reported over $250 mark, 1944/01/14: 1
        $20,000 mark passed in sales, 1944/12/22: 1
      Christmas Seals (1945)
        annual campaign for 1945 gets under way Monday, 1945/11/23: 1
        more Christmas seals distributed by Health League, 1945/12/07: 1
        Roosevelt, Eleanor, gets first new Carver Christmas seals (photo), 1945/11/30: 2
        sale passes half-way mark, 1945/12/14: 1
        President Truman urges nation to buy Christmas seals, 1945/11/30: 1
      Christmas Seals (1946)
        annual campaign gets under way, 1946/11/29: 1
        first new Carver Christmas Seals arrives at Tuskegee (photo), 1946/11/29: 1
        Health League plans Christmas Seal campaign, 1946/12/06: 1
        sale goal of $35,000 in sight, 1946/12/20: 1
        Xmas Seal sale plans perfected by Health League, 1946/12/13: 1
      Christmas Seals (1947)
        annual sale gets under way here, 1947/11/28: 1
        Gen. Eisenhower gets first 1947 Carver Christmas seals (photo), 1947/12/05: 2
        seals for overseas mailing now available, 1947/11/14: 6
      Christmas Seals (1948)
        annual seal sale gets under way here, 1948/11/26: 1
        Camp Founders do their bit in campaign (photo), 1948/12/03: 1
        Health League to plan seal sale, 1948/11/19: 6
      Christmas Seals (1949)
        annual campaign chairmen named, 1949/10/28 Supp: 2
        citizens urged to buy Xmas seals as sales lag, 1949/12/23: 1
        Hennessy, Joe, heads annual SA Xmas Seal sale, 1949/10/07: 5
        Horne, Lena, aids NAACP Christmas Seal sale (photo), 1949/12/09: 4
      Christmas Seals (1950)
        1950 Christmas Seal campaign now under way, 1950/11/24: 6
      Christmas Seals (1951)
        1952 TB control program depends on Xmas Seals, 1951/11/23: 1
        Hennessy, Joe, heads county Xmas Seals sale, 1951/10/05: 6
        sales to day under last year, 1951/11/30: 4
      Christmas Seals (1953)
        annual Christmas Seal sale gets under way Mon., 1953/11/13: 1
        Branche, Bobbie, is director of annual Christmas seal campaign (photo), 1953/11/06: 2
        it's not too late to pay for Xmas seals!, 1953/12/25: 4
        plans for annual Christmas Seal sale set, 1953/10/09: 6
        sales response slow--spurt expected, 1953/12/18: 3
        Tatum, Natalie, represents the 1953 Christmas Seal at half-time show at Wheatley-Coles football game (photo), 1953/12/18 Supp: 4
      Christmas Seals (1954-1959)
        importance of Christmas Seal sale stressed, 1958/11/28: 1
        NAACP San Antonio chapter kicks off 1955 campaign, 1955/11/04: 1
        NAACP's annual Christmas Sale starts Sept. 19, 1955/11/04: 1
        Preacher, Dr. M. L., urges support of Xmas seal sale, 1956/12/07: 3
        volunteers sought to stuff envelopes, 1959/10/23: 6
      Christmas Seals (1961-1962)
        Daniel, Gov. Price, signs Christmas Seal proclamation (photo), 1962/11/09: 2
        volunteer typists needed for Christmas Seal campaign, 1962/08/24: 6
        volunteers needed to label, stuff envelopes, 1961/09/08: 6
      clinics
        annual campaign gets under way--money from Race sales goes to support TB Clinic, 1937/12/03: 1
        goal of $1,000 set to aid West Side Clinic, 1941/12/05: 1
        Race doctors conduct TB clinic at Robert B. Green Hospital, 1941/10/10: 1
        San Antonio's National Health Week will feature tuberculin skin-testing of children, and East Side clinic, 1936/02/28: 1
        Sutton, Prof. S. J., urges buying of more Xmas Seals; sets goal of $200, all of which goes to TB clinic, 1937/12/17: 1
        tubercular clinic gets endorsement of Bexar County Tuberculosis Association; Prin. Sutton, Dr. M.L. Preacher present plan to association, 1935/12/13: 1
        West Side TB Clinic formally opened this week, 1939/04/07: 5
      cooperation of public is needed for TB control, 1941/04/04: 5
      Curb This "TB" onrush (editorial), 1943/05/21: 4
      Dallas TB death rate lowest of all larger cities, 1943/01/01: 1
      Dent, A. W., to address National TB Assn. meeting in SA, 1941/04/25: 1
      essay contest
        Duplantier, Jessie, PV coed wins nation-wide contest sponsored by the National Tuberculosis Association (photo), 1937/12/17: 1
        Fisk essay contest deals with beliefs about tuberculosis, 1934/10/19: 1
        Hampton, Vivian, and Frankie N. Golden are winners of essay contest (photo), 1939/11/10: 6
        Hinkle, Mary Alyce, wins first prize (photo), 1946/10/25: 6
        Lattimer, Delsa, PV coed, third in TB Association essay contest, 1940/11/08: 8 (filmed in 11/15 issue)
        Martin, Hazel, wins first prize (photo), 1944/11/24: 6
        Proctor, Althea, wins essay contest (photo), 1947/11/14: 7
        students write best essays (photo), 1941/11/07: 1
        "What Everyone Should Know About Tuberculosis,"
          Anguet Rice, Phillis Wheatley High School, 1953/12/11: 2
          Bertha Thompson, Douglass Junior High School, 1954/01/01: 2
          Carolyn J. McDonald, Douglass Junior High School, 1954/01/08: 2
          Martha Arline Morris, Phillis Wheatley High School, 1953/12/25: 2
          Patricia Anderson, Douglass Junior High School, 1954/01/08: 6
          Peggy Joyce Drake, Phillis Wheatley High School, 1953/12/25: 2
          Ruth Louise Mitchell, Phillis Wheatley High School, 1953/12/18: 2
          Veola B. Edwards, Douglass Junior High School, 1954/01/01: 2
      fight against TB is dramatized in KTSA air series, 1946/01/18: 5
      food has important role in cure, 1941/07/04: 8 (filmed in 07/11 issue)
      Goff, Mrs. Phoebe Harrington, joins TB staff (photo), 1946/11/01: 4
      Help Rid America of Tuberculosis and Syphilis (Tid Bits from the Week's News), 1939/04/14: 4
      Hill, James, Jr., 5-year-old boy, under treatment 13 months, fully recovers (photo), 1959/11/20: 4
      Houston conference discusses Negro health problems, 1935/09/27: 5
      hunters asked to donate deer hides to patients for crafts, 1954/11/19: 2
      Kentucky told to accept Negroes in TB hospital, 1948/11/05: 1
      large gains made in fighting TB among group, 1933/06/30: 1
      more than 20 delegates attend TB convention, 1941/05/09: 1
      much depends on patient for recovery, 1941/06/13: 4
      National tuberculosis Association releases five-year study of TB among Race, 1937/07/02: 5
      new Texas law isolates spreaders of tuberculosis, 1959/06/05: 3
      no Negro TB, but four flu deaths since Jan. 1, 1948/02/27: 1
      no one is immune, but tuberculosis can be prevented, 1941/03/28: 4
      no one is immune to TB, 1941/07/11: 4
      origin and significance of tuberculin skin test explained by Dr. Preacher, 1936/04/17: 4
      Preacher, Dr. M. L., San Antonio, in group conferring with TB sec'y, 1940/10/18: 1
      race bars lifted for Texas tuberculosis hospitals, except for Harlingen, 1955/11/11: 1
      Race TB rate is low in San Antonio, 1942/01/02: 1
      radio programs
        KCOR to air TB discussion Monday, March 12, 1951/03/09: 7
        series now aired by KYFM, 1947/11/07: 7
        series on TB on KCOR, 1947/06/20: 7
      Redden, Dr. Maurine Pelham, woman specialist named to staff of Kentucky sanatorium, 1944/09/15: 5
      report on city's TB situation set for Mon., Sept. 17, 1951/09/14: 3
      Rest, Not Climate, Most Important Factor In TB Recovery (by Hugh MacPhail), 1940/11/22: 8 (filmed in 11/29 issue)
      rest is most important factor in TB treatment, 1941/01/03: 2, 1941/01/24: 8 (filmed in 02/21 issue)
      San Antonio first graders to receive TB skin test, 1965/10/15: 6
      San Antonio's National Health Week will feature tuberculin skin-testing of children, and East Side clinic, 1936/02/28: 1
      San Antonio's No. 1 health problem, 1959/08/07: 6 (filmed in 08/14 issue)
      schools, churches, civic groups cooperate to reach $500 goal, 1938/12/09: 1
      startling facts revealed in report of Committee on tuberculosis among Negroes, based on five-year study, 1937/07/09: 1
      Swayze, Dr. H. Y., Kerrville sanatorium official, gives common symptoms of tuberculosis, warns of exposing children to infection, 1940/11/15: 8 (filmed in 11/22 issue)
      TB control conference under way in Austin, 1949/01/21: 4
      TB film about Negroes first picture selected for World Fair, 1939/01/06: 8 (filmed in 01/13 issue)
      TB no longer among first ten of Texas killers; heart disease is no. 1 killer; diabetes, as death cause, climbs, 1956/04/27: 1
      TB not 'the terrible disease' when discovered early, precautions taken, 1940/11/08: 4
      TB ravages among Negroes, 1932/09/23: 7
      TB skin test given at colored schools, 1932/06/17: 8 (filmed in 06/24 issue)
      Texas Needs to Care for Her Negro Tuberculars (editorial), 1932/11/11: 4
      Texas TB Association is speaker at Corpus Christi, 1944/11/24: 6
      Texas Tuberculosis Assn. announces two summer school scholarships in health education, 1934/02/02: 1
      Theory That Race Is Particularly Susceptible to Tuberculosis Is False (by Hugh MacPhail), 1940/11/29: 4
      tuberculars are warned against "cures," quacks, 1941/06/06: 4
      tuberculin skin tests should replace compulsory x-ray programs, say federal agencies, 1958/08/01: 6
      two new TB films available, free, 1947/10/31: 6
      weekly TB radio series to start April 29, 1947/04/25: 1
      Wheatley students tested for pulmonary diseases (photo), 1947/03/21: 6
      Wilson, Julius Edmond, San Angelo patient at SA State Tuberculosis Hospital, needs blood donors for major surgery (photo), 1957/09/20: 1
      workshop for Negro teacher set for Austin, 1958/05/30: 1
      Yerwood, Mrs. Ada, TB Association field consultant visits SA, 1948/02/06: 6
    Tubman, V. S.
      See Liberia, Tubman, President William V. S.
    Tubman Memorial Rest Home
    Tubman Society
    Tucker, Birdie Arline
      notice of death, 1965/02/26: 8 (filmed in 03/05 issue)
    Tucker, Cheri Lorena
      9-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. and Omazell Tucker, awarded certificate from National Guild of Piano Teachers (photo), 1968/05/31: 6
      becomes national winner in national piano audition (Jo's Jottings), 1969/05/09: 8
      St. Martin Hall student prepared for annual San Antonio spelling bee, 1970/03/27: 8
      wins first place in piano section of Junior Talent Show (Jo's Jottings), 1968/07/12: 8
    Tucker, Dan T.
      funeral rites conducted (photo), 1967/04/21: 1
      notice of death, 1967/04/21: 4
    Tucker, Ednah (Mrs. John)
      business woman found not guilty of peace charge, 1953/09/18: 1
      peace breach charge filed on business woman, 1953/09/11: 1
    Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. John A., Jr.
      catch 114-pound sailfish in Mexico during a vacation (photo), 1967/08/04: 5
      christen new cruiser with friends at Lake McQueeney
        Jo's Jottings, 1963/03/15 Supp: 1
        photo, 1963/03/15 Supp: 2
    Tucker, John L.
      notice of death, 1962/02/16: 8
      stricken by apparent stroke, dies, 1962/02/02: 1
    Tucker, Mary
      lingering illness fatal to life-long resident, 1938/07/22: 6
    Tucker, Minnie
      notice of death, 1969/01/17: 10 (filmed in 01/24 issue)
    Tucker, Omazelle (Mrs. Robert B.)
      guest speaker
        New Light Baptist Church, Ministers and Deacons Wives (photo), 1965/07/02: 8 (filmed in 07/09 issue)
        Zion Star Baptist Church, Junior Mission's annual day (photo), 1967/10/20: 10 (filmed in 10/27 issue)
      guest speaker for Women's Day
        East St. Paul Methodist Church (photo), 1968/03/29: 4
        Friendship Baptist Church, Luling (photo), 1967/07/07: 9
        New Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church (photo), 1966/07/29: 4, 1968/07/26: 9
        Porter's Memorial CME Church (photo), 1965/05/21: 8 (filmed in 05/28 issue)
        Rose of Sharon Baptist Church (photo), 1963/09/20: 2
        Shiloh Baptist Church (photo), 1964/08/21: 4
        Sledge Chapel Baptist Church, San Marcos (photo), 1963/08/23: 2
        Strangers Temple Baptist Church, 1968/05/24: 9, 1970/05/22: 10
      president, Psi Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
        delegate to 26th national convention (photo), 1960/08/12 Supp: 1
        gift presented to outgoing president (photo), 1961/06/09 Supp: 3
      receives MS degree from TSU, 1954/09/10: 6
    Tucker, Mrs. Tesa
      funeral services held, 1946/06/14: 2
    Tucy, Willis
      notice of death, 1968/05/03: 10 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Tuesday Night Social Club
      meetings, 1935/04/05: 6, 1935/05/17: 6
    Tufts University (Boston, MA)
      School of Dental Medicine sets aside five places for disadvantaged students, 1969/01/24: 7
    Tugerson, James C.
      bought by Dallas, drops suit against Cotton States League, 1953/12/18: 5
      controversial Hot Springs hurler up for sale to major leagues, 1953/09/11: 3
      hurler, forced to leave Hot Springs team because of prejudice, may sue, 1953/05/29: 5
    Tuggle, Carlton, Jr.
      dies in Kansas City, Missouri, 1957/06/14: 8 (filmed in 06/21 issue)
    Tulane University (New Orleans, LA)
      admits two Negro students; court refuses to order admittance, but bars are lowered voluntarily, 1962/12/21: 1
    Tulip Social Club
      meetings in 1940, 1940/04/26: 6, 1940/07/12: 6, 1940/08/16: 7, 1940/09/27: 7, 1940/10/11: 8 (filmed in 10/18 issue), 1940/11/29: 6, 1940/12/13: 7
      meetings in 1941, 1941/02/28: 6, 1941/03/14: 6, 1941/03/28: 6, 1941/04/11: 7, 1941/06/20: 6, 1941/07/18: 6, 1941/08/15: 6, 1941/09/26: 4, 1941/10/10: 6, 1941/11/28: 6
      meetings in 1942, 1942/01/16: 5, 1942/01/30: 6, 1942/05/08: 6, 1942/05/08: 8 (filmed in 05/22 issue), 1942/06/05: 7, 1942/08/21: 6
    Tunney, Gene
      Conn wants to sock Gene Tunney, 1946/06/07: 3
      "phooey on Gene Tunney's gab," says Black, regarding remarks on Louis' abilities, 1935/12/13: 3
      says Army to produce Louis' successor, 1941/03/21: 3
      says Joe, at 25, will be good enough to whip all past champs on the same night, 1936/02/07: 3
      says Joe ring's greatest fighter at 21, 1939/01/13: 3
    Turbin, Floyd
      Corpus Christi, shot three times by Lonnie King, ex-mate of Mattye King, 1957/08/02: 1
    Turbin, Isum
      dies from heart attack, 1956/08/10: 1
    Turbin, Orvis E.
      completes Navy recruit training, 1963/01/25: 7
    Turbin, Terry Eugene
      notice of death, 1967/06/23: 10
    Turbon, Everett L.
      completing second year as president of Southwest Texas Teachers Association (photo), 1965/03/12: 1
      director of counseling, awarded master's degree in counseling and guidance (photo), 1962/07/20: 1
      guest speaker
        Margil Elementary School PTA's April meeting, 1963/04/19 Supp: 3
        Saturday Morning Culture and Study Group (Jo's Jottings), 1967/03/03: 8
      named St. Philip's College counselor, 1960/08/26: 1
      St. Philip's teacher is chair of college section of TSAT (photo), 1956/11/30: 3
    Turbon, James
      SA resident of 40 years succumbs, 1948/03/05: 1
    Tureaud, Alexander P., Jr.
    Turnbo-Malone, Mme. Annie M.
      once world's richest Negro woman and founder of Poro College for beauticians, dies in Chicago, 1957/05/24: 1
    Turner, Alfonso
      notice of death, 1963/04/26: 8
    Turner, Almus
      dies at hospital, 1933/08/18: 3, 1933/08/25: 8 (filmed in 09/01 issue)
    Turner, Austin
      dies at his residence, 1933/07/21: 8 (filmed in 07/28 issue)
    Turner, Eli
      13-year-old son finds father dead at home, 1965/01/08: 1
      notice of death, 1965/01/15: 8 (filmed in 01/22 issue)
    Turner, Frank, Sr.
      notice of death, 1964/03/13: 8 (filmed in 03/20 issue)
    Turner, Frank L.
      notice of death, 1966/03/04: 8 (filmed in 03/11 issue)
    Turner, Germaine Poena
      notice of death, 1963/08/16: 8 (filmed in 08/23 issue)
    Turner, Gwendolyn
      12-year-old awarded certificate of appreciation for working as volunteer in Head Start at Miller Elementary (photo), 1967/08/11: 1
    Turner, Ivory
      notice of death, 1968/10/04: 10 (filmed in 10/11 issue)
    Turner, Joe
      "Big Joe" Turner, "King of the Blues," is current attraction at Zanzibar, 1946/03/15: 6
      headlines "The Big Ten Review of 1956" here Oct. 20 (photo), 1956/10/19: 7
      Joe Turner aggregation here July 3 (photo), 1944/06/30: 6
      'world's greatest blues singer' to appear in San Antonio (photo), 1944/06/23: 5
    Turner, Joseph, Jr.
      Texan, heir to $20,000 estate, being sought, 1947/03/21: 1
    Turner, Keith Bernard
      notice of death, 1966/05/13: 8 (filmed in 05/20 issue)
    Turner, Maggie
      notice of death, 1957/05/03: 8 (filmed in 05/10 issue)
    Turner, Maggie L.
      killed in crash near Austin, and 5 other passengers injured when driver dozes at the wheel (photo), 1965/08/06: 1
    Turner, Nat
      furor over Nat Turner film continues, 1968/05/17: 7
      Nat Turner no hero to DC school board member, 1968/03/22: 1
      row over Nat Turner film said settled, 1969/02/14: 9
      Styron, William
        actors protest 'distorted' Nat Turner book, 1968/03/08: 9
        author of The Confessions of Nat Turner to speak at Wilberforce University, 1967/11/17: 9
    Turner, Queen Esther
      notice of death, 1963/09/06: 8 (filmed in 09/13 issue)
    Turner, TSgt. Robert L.
      awarded AF Commendation Medal at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, 1965/09/17: 7
      graduates from special course for flight engineers, 1966/12/16: 6
      promoted to master sergeant, 1968/06/07: 7
      SA airman awarded Air Medal in Hawaii for role in rescue mission, 1966/04/08: 1
      Wheatley graduate one of Gemini rescue team, 1965/06/18: 7, 1965/12/31: 7
    Turner, Wade
      former Phillis Wheatley football great to open one of South's finest resorts in Corpus Christi, 1944/10/06: 7
      notice of death, 1936/03/06: 8 (filmed in 03/13 issue)
    Turner, William
      Phillis Wheatley, awarded first prize for machine woodwork at PV Industrial Arts Institute (photo), 1951/05/25: 4
    Turpin, Randolph (Randy)
      accuser of Randy Turpin sheds tears at trial, 1955/12/09: 3
      in auto crash; asks later date for proposed bout with Carl (Bobo) Olson, 1953/07/24: 3
      Bobo Olson slaps Randy Turpin dizzy, 1953/10/30: 2
      Briton beats Sugar Ray in startling upset, 1951/07/13: 5
      currently working on $11 per day job in England, 1959/02/06: 5
      Gibson, Truman K., secretary of International Boxing Club gives Randy Turpin edge over Sugar Ray Robinson, 1951/08/31: 5
      has $100,000 suit filed against him for "unnatural sexual desires" by Adele Daniels in New York, 1954/01/15: 5
      history made as Negro wins British title, 1948/07/09: 3
      loses ring fortune, wrestles for peanuts, 1962/08/03: 5
      Sugar Ray, regaining title from Turpin, plans rest, 1951/09/21: 5
    Tuskegee Alumni Association (San Antonio, TX)
      Alumni elect officers, 1934/10/12: 7
      Smith, J. Henry, Tuskegee field coordinator, visits city with plans for reorganization of local branch, 1953/01/23: 6
    Tuskegee Army Air Squadron
      air base not to be lost to Race trainees, 1942/01/23: 4
      all student pilots at Tuskegee pass exams, 1941/05/30: 1
      Army to establish air squadron at Tuskegee, 1941/01/24: 1
      bomber with mixed crew lands at Tuskegee Air Field, 1944/06/09: 1
      Chicago aviation cadet killed in crash, 1944/10/13: 5
      Davis, Lt. Richard, young Army pilot, killed in air crash at Tuskegee, 1943/02/05: 1
      A Day to Be Remembered [first Negro fatality in history of the Corps] (editorial), 1943/05/21: 4
      families to see San Antonians get wings (photo), 1944/12/08: 1
      fliers establish new gunnery record, 1944/07/14: 1
      flying school graduates its third class of pilots, 1942/05/29: 1
      Johnson, Herbert, formerly with the San Antonio Air Depot, promoted, 1943/09/17: 6
      Kenney, 2nd Lt Oscar Armstrong, killed when plane crashes near Tuskegee, 1943/07/16: 4
      members of third class (photo), 1942/06/12: 1
      Morse, Lt. Andrew S., attached to air service group as finance officer (photo), 1943/04/09: 5
      new crop of pilots for Billy Mitchell Bombers are graduated (photo), 1945/02/16: 1
      new members of instructors' staff teach them to fly (photo), 1945/07/06: 5
      99th pilots buy $1,000 bond for each Nazi nipped, 1944/06/30: 5
      Pruitt, Capt. Wendell O., war hero dies in crash at air field (photo), 1945/04/20: 1
      Red Cross men help with soldiers' problems (photo), 1943/01/15: 6
      Ross, 2nd Lt. Mac, commanding officer of pursuit squadron (photo), 1942/08/28: 1
      San Antonio cadet, Robert A. Dawson, dies instantly as ship hits power line, crashes into river (photo), 1942/06/12: 1
      Sidat-Singh, 2d. Lt. Wilmoth W., body recovered from Lake Huron, 1943/07/02: 1
      TAAF anniversary program to be broadcast, 1944/08/04: 4
      TAAF graduates last pilots--future of field uncertain, 1946/07/05: 4
      ten cadets to start training July 19, 1941/07/18: 1
      they're eager to serve in first Negro air squadron (photo), 1941/02/07: 1
      Tuskegee awarded $80,000 for air cadet training, 1941/06/27: 4
      Tuskegee flyer crashes, killed while training, 1944/06/23: 1
      Tuskegee hums with activities as youths train for wings (photo), 1941/09/12: 2
      two killed in US plane crash near Tuskegee, 1943/05/21: 4
      two Santonians get commissions at Tuskegee, 1938/06/03: 1
      Vaughn, Martha, entertains air cadets (photo), 1942/04/10: 5
      Whiteside, FO Albert, Jr., awarded wings as Flight Officer at Tuskegee (photo), 1945/09/07: 1
    Tuskegee Institute (Tuskegee, AL)
      Alumni elect officers, 1934/10/12: 7
      authors of 1947 honored in special program (photo), 1948/03/19: 5
      blind receive sight after cataract surgery clinic, 1934/04/20: 4
      Bradley, Gen. Omar, visits Tuskegee (photo), 1947/12/12: 2
      buildings set on fire "just to see buildings burn," 1933/12/22: 1
      Carver, George Washington
        death takes Dr. George Washington Carver (photo), 1943/01/08: 1
        gives $33,000 to Tuskegee foundation in his name to perpetuate research in creative chemistry (photo), 1940/02/23: 1
      chapel burns to ground, 1957/02/01: 1
      choir
        atop Empire State Building (photo), 1933/02/03: 1
        singers in oratorio Sunday evening, 1933/12/22: 5
        takes part in great Radio City dedication, 1933/01/06: 1
      civil rights interest results in threatened loss of state funds, 1961/04/07: 1
      Civilian Pilot Training
        all student pilots at Tuskegee pass exams, 1941/05/30: 1
      debates
        debate with Wiley College highly pleasing, 1934/05/11: 1
        Wiley and Tuskegee teams will discuss weighty topic, 1934/05/04: 5
      Dumas, Dorothy Mae, is honorary captain of cadet corps (photo), 1939/04/07: 6
      Emanuel, Katheryn, Louisiana, and Gladys G. Williams, Texas, awarded Carver Research Assistantship (photo), 1945/08/10: 2
      faculty/staff
        Abbott, Cleve, final rites held for "dean of Negro coaches," 1955/04/22: 6
        Atkins, Russell C.
          acting head slain by restaurateur, 1933/07/07: 1
          murderer pleads not guilty--claims insanity, 1933/11/03: 1
        Bloss, Karl, German scientists on faculty of Tuskegee teaching chemistry and doing research, 1959/02/13: 3
        Brett, Dr. T. Ruth, elected president of National Association of Deans of Women and Advisors (photo), 1946/06/21 Supp: 4
        Brown, Dr. Russell W., carries on work of George Washington Carver (photo), 1947/01/10: 1
        Burke, Robert C., cause of death of instructor sought, 1960/11/11: 1
        Calloway, Nathaniel O., former student becomes associate chemistry professor, 1934/01/12: 7
        Derbigny, Dr. I. A.
          heart attack fatal to Tuskegee vice president-educator December 10, 1957/12/20: 1
          writes education book (photo), 1947/10/03: 1
        Ferguson, Ollie W., retired professor, and colleague of B. T. Washington and G. W. Carver, succumbs, 1959/04/17: 1
        Foster, Dr. Luther Hilton, Jr. (president)
        Fuller, Dr. Joseph, is author of mathematics textbook (photo), 1948/01/16: 6
        Gomillion, Charles G.
          appointed director of school of education (photo), 1945/07/27: 5
          says Tuskegee race relations stand still for 32 years, 1961/01/13: 1
        Henderson, Dr. J. M., joins faculty (photo), 1945/10/19: 2
        Holsey, Albon L., funeral rites held for nationally known assistant to president, 1950/01/27: 1
        Imes, Dr. G. Lake
          to be new secretary (photo), 1933/05/05: 1
          former assistant to President Moton and dean of Phelps Bible School dies (photo), 1957/09/27: 1
        McCreary, Walter Lee
          See McCreary, Walter Lee
        Moton, Dr. Robert R. (president)
        Otis, J. R., appointed to Subsistence Homestead program, 1934/04/20: 3
        Patterson, Dr. Frederick D. (president)
        Potts, Dean Lawrence A., named as special consultant to Secretary of Agriculture, Orville L. Freeman (photo), 1961/10/06: 1
        Richardson, Dr. and Mrs. Harry V., farewell testimonial held for chaplain (photo), 1948/10/15: 6
        Smith, Will, Jr., former acting dean, guilty in forgery case; acquitted on cashing count, 1960/06/10: 1
        Spicely, R. A., head of commercial dietetics, returns to campus (photo), 1941/08/08: 5
        staff, graduating seniors, take IBM punch card short course (photo), 1948/07/02: 2
        Trout, Charles T., named public relations director (photo), 1949/08/05: 4
        Van Cleve, Whitney, new grid coach (photo), 1955/07/08: 5
        Williams, Dr. T. S., dean of Veterinary medicine, gets city housing authority post, 1964/12/18: 2
      famed Tuskegee band to be at football classic, 1933/10/06: 7
      financial gifts/funding
        Alabama banker aids Tuskegee, 1936/01/31: 6
        George Washington Carver gives $33,000 to Tuskegee foundation in his name to perpetuate research in creative chemistry (photo), 1940/02/23: 1
        Stillman, Charlotte Rogers, leaves $50,000 to Tuskegee, 1955/01/21: 2
        Tuskegee gets two $50,000 Christmas gifts, 1937/12/31: 3
      4,000 attend farmers conference, 1933/10/06: 7
      fraternity and sorority undergraduate chapters make bow at Tuskegee (photo), 1948/06/25: 2
      General Alumni Association holds annual meeting (photo), 1935/12/27: 8 (filmed in 1936/01/03 issue)
      girl athlete cops national broad jump title, 1936/07/10: 3
      graduation
        all but five of Class of '35 employed, 1936/03/13: 2
        Burroughs, Dr. Nannie Helen, first woman delivers commencement address at Tuskegee (photo), 1934/06/01: 6
        campus scenes from commencement (photo), 1935/06/07: 8 (filmed in 07/05 issue)
        first class back for '35 commencement; four of 10 members of Class '85 alive, '25 celebrates, 1935/05/17: 2
        graduates told degree no substitute for hard work (photo), 1941/06/06: 2
        graduation scenes (photo), 1934/06/08: 3
        twenty-one to get degrees today, 1936/08/14: 2
        two Santonians awarded degrees at Tuskegee, 1938/06/03: 7
      Hoover, Miss Cecile A., receives fellowships (photo), 1946/07/26: 2
      Infantile Paralysis Center
        See Infantile Paralysis, Tuskegee Infantile Paralysis Center
      leads parade of Texas Expo exhibits, 1936/06/19: 1
      Little Theater opens (photo), 1938/05/13: 2
      Louis, Joe, to give trophy to Wilberforce-Tuskegee grid winner, 1938/10/07: 7
      Maynard, W. R. (cashier of Tuskegee Institute Savings Bank)
        given prison sentence (photo), 1942/04/10: 1
        named to committee by Gov. Dixon (photo), 1942/01/30: 1
      national interscholastic cage tournament to be held next week, 1941/03/21: 3
      Negro health to be studied through grant from Health Information Foundation (photo), 1952/11/21: 2
      pays homage to its "fastest human," Mozell Ellerbe, 1938/07/22: 3
      President Roosevelt
        endorses Tuskegee drive [to raise funds for modern agricultural building], 1935/12/27: 6
        visits historic Tuskegee Institute (photo), 1939/04/14: 2
      race relations report attacked by anti-Negro Mississippi paper, 1955/01/14: 1
      reports
        on lynchings
          See Lynchings, Tuskegee Report and other statistics
        Tuskegee Institute reports on "Most Explosive Year:" '63 is one of 'both crisis, sense of urgency,' 1964/03/20: 1
      ROTC Corps is given senior rating, 1941/03/28: 1
      scholarship contract endowed by Jesse H. Jones' Houston Endowment (photo), 1950/07/07: 1
      secretarial training program offered in summer, 1964/06/26: 6
      seven Texas athletes awarded at Tuskegee, 1938/06/03: 3
      short agriculture course held, 1932/07/22: 3
      Stillman, Charlotte Rogers, leaves $50,000 to Tuskegee, 1955/01/21: 2
      student crowds awed by noted Tanner painting, 1934/01/12: 1
      student strikers dismissed, 1941/01/24: 1
      summer school to open June 8, 1931/05/29: 5
      track and field
        Tuskegee Relays canceled because of student unrest, 1968/05/10: 5
        women's team
          AAU meet in Freeport, TX
            to defend Nat'l track title at Freeport, 1950/08/25: 3
            Tuskegee girls again win National AAU track title in Freeport, 1950/09/01: 3, 1950/09/08: 5
          AAU meet in San Antonio (1947)
            AAU senior title goes to 'Skegee for tenth time in eleven years, 1947/07/04: 3
            Alabamans (Tuskegee women's team) doped to retain track title Saturday night (photo), 1947/06/27: 3
            Bradford Elaine, is member of Tuskegee women's team (photo), 1947/06/20: 3
            Coachman, Alice, world record holder to compete next week (photo), 1947/06/20: 3
            famed Tuskegee lassie thin clads set to burn up stadium, 1947/06/20: 3
            Tuskegee girls again run off with AAU meet (photo), 1947/07/04: 3
            Tuskegee lassies do stuff at women's national meet (photo), 1947/07/04: 5
          annual relay honors evenly divided, 1957/05/10: 5
          Jackson, Nell C., women's track mentor named Olympic team coach, 1956/04/27: 5
          McDaniel, Mildred
            breaks high jump record, 1955/02/18: 5
            named to Helms Women's Hall of Fame, 1962/07/20: 5
          McNabb, Mary
            frosh whiz, leads 'Skegee girls to another national AAU title, 1951/08/17: 5
            'Skegee girl track ace in DC Evening Star games, 1951/12/28: 5
            Tuskegee girls on second in AAU and ace Mary McNabb injured, 1952/07/04: 7
          Smith, Mabel Blanche, Tuskegee girl cops national broad jump title, 1936/07/10: 3
          Tuskegee girls are AAU national track champs 12th time, 1949/08/26: 3
          Tuskegee women turned back in attempt to regain crown, lost last year, 1953/07/31: 5
          win another AAU national title, 1948/07/16: 3
      Tuskegee-trained grads in high demand, 1936/08/14: 8 (filmed in 08/28 issue)
      whites launch fund campaign for proposed Southern Agricultural Building, 1936/02/14: 6
      Young, P. B., addresses students at vesper service, 1934/05/04: 1
    Tuskegee Veterans Hospital
      eleven indicted at US Vet. facility at Tuskegee; Walter Burke among those held, 1936/07/17: 5
      Tilden, Col. T. T., heads veterans hospital, 1946/07/19: 5
    Tutson, Donald Kent
      kills self after shooting and killing Katie Lee Jones, 1965/03/05: 1
      notice of death, 1965/03/19: 8 (filmed in 03/26 issue)
    Tutson, Leler
      notice of death, 1966/11/18: 10 (filmed in 11/25 issue)
    Tuttle, William
      dies at his residence, 1933/11/10: 8 (filmed in 11/17 issue)
    Tuxedo Social Club
      officers of recently organized club (photo), 1968/06/14: 7
    Twelve Pals Social Club
      meetings in 1947, 1947/10/03: 2, 1947/12/19: 7
      meetings in 1948, 1948/01/23 Supp: 2, 1948/02/13 Supp: 2, 1948/02/27 Supp: 3
    Twentieth Century Social Club
      annual dance and fashion show held at Kit Kat Club (photo), 1962/02/23 Supp: 3
      annual Father's Day cocktail dance
        held despite rain (Jo's Jottings), 1961/06/23 Supp: 1
        hostesses for annual father's day cocktail party (photo), 1955/07/01 Supp: 3
      "Father of the Year"
        Carrington, Wendell B. (photo), 1955/07/01: 6
        Ford, Joseph D., presented award by Martin Collins, Father of 1951 (photo), 1952/06/27: 6
        Gates, S. H. (photo), 1960/07/08 Supp: 2
        Johnson, Archie H., Sr. (photo), 1956/06/22: 4
      game party set, 1960/12/02: 6
      Hill, Norva R., club supervisor, surprised with honorary brunch (Jo's Jottings), 1962/05/04 Supp: 4
      meetings in 1937, 1937/12/17: 6
      meetings in 1938, 1938/04/01: 6, 1938/05/13: 6
      meetings in 1952, 1952/02/22: 4, 1952/06/27: 6
      meetings in 1953, 1953/10/16: 6, 1953/11/13 Supp: 2, 1953/12/18 Supp: 2
      meetings in 1957, 1957/04/05: 6
      meetings in 1959, 1959/07/24: 6
      meetings in 1960, 1960/11/04 Supp: 1, 1960/11/25 Supp: 3, 1960/12/02: 6
      meetings in 1963, 1963/08/16: 6, 1963/10/25: 6, 1963/12/06: 6
      meetings in 1964, 1964/02/21: 6
      New Year's Eve party hosted by Mrs. Randolph LeMelle (Jo's Jottings), 1954/01/08 Supp: 1
      Valentine affair set for Feb. 12, 1956/02/03: 7
      Valentine's Dance held at Keyhole, 1959/02/06: 6
    Twilight Art and Crafts Guild
      exhibit planned for December, 1966/12/02: 9, 1967/12/08: 9
      guests of Woman's Pavilion of HemisFair, 1968/05/03: 9
      Guild holds Christmas bazaar, 1965/12/10: 7
      meetings in 1967, 1967/12/22: 9
      meetings in 1969, 1969/04/18: 9
    Twilight Choral Club
      meeting of, 1931/11/06: 6
    Twilight Social Club
      See also Merry Misses Social Club
      entertain St. John's Nursing Home patients with holiday gifts, 1970/01/02: 9
      meetings in 1931, 1931/11/06: 5
      meetings in 1941, 1941/03/28: 6, 1941/04/04: 6, 1941/04/18: 6, 1941/06/06: 7, 1941/06/13: 4, 1941/07/04: 6, 1941/07/11: 6, 1941/07/18: 5, 1941/07/25: 5, 1941/08/01: 6, 1941/08/08: 6, 1941/10/10: 6
      meetings in 1961, 1961/03/24: 6, 1961/04/21 Supp: 2, 1961/05/26: 6
      meetings in 1970, 1970/03/27: 8, 1970/04/10: 8, 1970/04/24: 6, 1970/05/08: 9, 1970/05/22: 4
      organization of, 1941/03/14: 6
    Tyler, Adalene
      accidentally shot as neighbor, McKinley Franks, fires at his dog, 1943/06/18: 1
    Tyler, Arthur J.
      awarded 1,000 Hour Club certificate for accumulating 1,000 hours of sick leave at Fort Sam Houston (photo), 1967/06/30: 1
      motor vehicle operator messenger awarded certificates for safe driving and Sustained Superior Performance at Fort Sam Houston (photo), 1970/02/13: 7
    Tyler, Bennie
      funeral services held, 1957/07/05: 8 (filmed in 07/12 issue)
    Tyler, Mrs. Bessie
      SA woman dies in Illinois crash, 1949/08/19: 1
    Tyler, Rev. George
      ordination rites held in Refugio, 1965/11/19: 8
    Tyler, MM3 Meredith
      departs for new station after visit with family, 1960/07/15: 6
      home on leave after serving aboard the USS Jupiter (Our Men in Service), 1958/01/10: 7
      San Antonian participates in US-French exercise, 1965/05/28: 7
      visits historic spots in Mediterranean as crew member of guided missile light cruiser USS Springfield, 1965/10/08: 7
    Tyler, Nathaniel
      completes first year as sheriff's deputy (photo), 1964/02/14: 7
      deputy sheriff cracks 3-county crime ring, 1969/11/07: 1
      deputy sheriff victim of hit-run driver, 1969/09/19: 1
      four members of Bexar County Sheriff's Department promoted during past two weeks (photo), 1968/02/16: 1
    Tyler, Nathaniel, Jr.
      hired as first security officer for new Bexar County Hospital (photo), 1968/08/16: 1
    Tyler, Patsie
      notice of death, 1936/05/22: 8 (filmed in 06/05 issue)
    Tynan Elementary School (San Antonio, TX)
      5th graders class project study occupations, such as highway patrolman (photo), 1970/03/20: 6
      students hear about job opportunities during all-day seminar and open house, March 18, 1970/03/20: 3
    Tynes, Mable
      notice of death, 1965/10/15: 8
    Tyrone, Curtis
      notice of death, 1959/07/24: 8 (filmed in 07/31 issue)
    Tyrone, Gregory Bernard
      seven months, stabbed in head with ice pick by mother, Hattie Tyrone, 1957/12/27: 1
    Tyrone, Lula
      notice of death, 1961/08/11: 8
    Tyrone, Ronald N.
      Victoria man completes basic training, assigned to Chanute AFB, 1970/05/01: 10
    Tyson, Mrs. Vernel (Johnnie Mae)
      Corpus woman is fatally knifed by man she chases, Sam Davis, 1946/03/29: 1
    Tyton, Bernice
      notice of death, 1935/04/05: 8 (filmed in 05/17 issue)