The paving of Alamo Plaza with mesquite blocks is begun.
1918 – World War I
Within an hour after reporting the theft of his Ford roadster, G. A. Turner, 409 Pecan Street, found the car at Commerce and Alamo Streets. It was being driven by an instructor in aviation at Kelly Field, who said he had purchased the car last Sunday night for $200.
The Express-News prints this article about the Peter, Paul and Mary concert at Trinity University the day before yesterday (March 25):
“Peter, Paul and Mary showed up 45 minutes late for their Trinity U. performance Thursday night. They were in Montgomery, Ala., involved in civil rights doings, and landed at International Airport at 8:20 p.m. The show was set for 8 p.m. But that would have been fine with everybody if the trio, instead of sticking to song (for which they were excruciatingly well paid), hadn’t ad-libbed through a lot of emotional stuff about Alabama. The big crowd didn’t dig it at all…”