December 2 in San Antonio history…
At 10 a.m. sharp, the doors to Municipal Auditorium are opened and San Antonians rush in to see “the new Ford” – the Model A – first new Ford model in 15 years. By noon, five-thousand have seen the new phaeton and the two-door sedan, with 5,000 more predicted to see the cars before the doors close late tonight.
The Australian duo, Air Supply, makes their first San Antonio appearance opening for Rod Stewart at Joe Freeman Coliseum.
The deposed Shah of Iran arrives at Kelly AFB to recuperate from cancer surgery at Wilford Hall. He would leave the US on December 15 and reside in Panama until March 1980 when he relocated to Egypt. He died there on July 27, 1980 and is buried in Cairo.