Miss Katherine Stinson's Chicago-New York airplane flight lasted just 41 minutes today. Miss Stinson, ambitious to break Ruth Law's record for the flight, left the ground in Chicago at 5:09 a.m. At Porter, Indiana, at 5:50 a.m., her engine malfunctioned and she volplaned. She failed to see some telephone wires and her machine was damaged. The aviatrix was unhurt. After some repairs, she will try again next week.
A deed was filed in the county clerk’s office this morning in which Clara Driscoll transferred the Alamo property to the State of Texas in consideration of $65,000. The property is described as follows: The Hugo & Schmeltzer property, formerly a part of the old Alamo mission and adjoining the Alamo church property now owned by the state. The property Is bounded on the north by Houston street, east by the Alamo ditch, south by the Alamo and Alamo plaza and west by Alamo plaza.
Playland Park closes for the winter and signs are put up promising the usual St. Patrick’s Day reopening the following year. Unfortunately, owner Jimmy Johnson decides not to reopen and a legendary San Antonio amusement park passes into history.