A notice appears in the San Antonio Light that states: “Parties desiring electric lights, before deciding, will consult their interests by application at the office of the San Antonio Gas Company. This company will be prepared to furnish electric light wherever wanted, promptly and on satisfactory terms.”
Thomas G. Williams
Secretary, San Antonio Gas Company
1918 – World War I
The San Antonio Light says, “When you buy your new suit for Easter, don’t take the old one and put it away in a closet for moths to eat. Send it to the Chandler Building for the Red Cross to send to Belgium. Some poor half-naked Belgian hero will be made comfortable by it and will bless you the rest of his days.”
In advance of a May 12 Federal Court hearing, the City Council repeals the June 19, 1954 ordinance (No. 20307) prohibiting people of color from city swimming pools.