May 31 in San Antonio history…
World War I – 1915
The first aerial bombing of London occurs as German Zeppelins kill 28 people.
Congregation Temple Beth-El is organized.
Frank Huntress, publisher of the San Antonio Express newspaper, announces that the Express Publishing Company has applied to the Federal Communications Commission to purchase KGBS television station channel 5. (The sale would be completed in November 1954 and the call letters would be changed to KENS for Express-News Station.)
Randy’s Rodeo holds its grand opening featuring Johnny Bush. Legendary acts such as Rush, U2 and the Sex Pistols would all play their first San Antonio gigs at Randy’s.