The new state law in effect today requires San Antonio automobile owners to report to the county clerk, register their names and obtain a number for their machine. County Clerk Newton says this law affects all vehicles – gas, electric and even motorcycles.
The newly installed electric street lamps in Alamo Heights lit up the town for the first time tonight when all 63 lights were turned on. The new lighting system was installed at a cost to the San Antonio Public Service Company of between $1,500 and $1,600. The city of Alamo Heights will pay an annual rental on each lamp.
San Antonio banks let it be known Thursday they are willing to lend $4.5 million, the sum required to launch the HemisFair project.