August 10 in San Antonio history…
The San Antonio Traction Co. will begin the work of laying the heavy grooved rail on Military Plaza tomorrow and until this work is completed, passengers on the I&GN cars will be transferred to this point.
County Clerk George Surkey said today that so many people are getting married while drunk that he would issue no marriage licenses after 5 p.m. daily and none on Sundays and holidays unless he personally knows the applicants.
A Texas “first” in the new Terrell Plaza Shopping Center here is a new type pay telephone, called the “boothette,” installed in outdoor locations for the convenience of shoppers. The “boothettes” are of two types – a walk-up model and a drive-up.