1918 – World War I
J. M. Cook, a civilian, employed as a pumper at station No. 3, Camp Stanley, was shot in the left side of the face at 11 o’clock last night by an unidentified person who fired a revolver through a knothole in the pumphouse. An automobile was seen to leave the vicinity of the pumphouse at high speed immediately after the shot was fired. The bullet lodged in Mr. Cook’s jaw.
Final plans and specifications for initial buildings, site development and utility distribution system at the new University of Texas at San Antonio were approved by UT regents today. Plans cover seven buildings encompassing 7000,000 gross square feet of floor space at an estimated cost of $36,522,000.
Solo Serve holds their final liquidation sale and closes after 80 years in business.