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July 22 in San Antonio history

1916
The newest thing in the Army is a motorcycle radio section. It consists of the complete equipment of a field wireless carried on three sidecar motorcycles.

1932
Qualified Negro voters in Bexar County will be permitted to vote in the Democratic primary election tomorrow under terms of a mandatory injunction.  Attorney Carl Wright Johnson argued that the courts have granted relief to white voters deprived of the privilege of voting and that the same relief should be open to negro voters deprived of such privilege.

1946
The possibility of opening two or more of the city’s swimming pools will be considered tomorrow by Park Commissioner Henry Hein.  Commenting on the fact that military pools are open, Hein said, “The polio germ is so smart it does not step across the government line.  It respects Uncle Sam.”

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