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Week of November 15th Headlines


100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 16, 1917)

*Soldier Heroes Should All be Remembered


*A Talk on War by Speaker from Camp Fremont

*Native Sons of the Golden West to Give Benefit Dance

*Two Charged with Skipping Out on Hotel Bill


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (November 15, 1967)

*Police Report: Carport Thefts Rampant at Santa Clara Apartment

*San Jose Drops Threat to Annex Lick No. 4 in Santa Clara’s ‘Sphere of Influence’ in North — Peace Regained Between the Two Cities

*Former Santa Clara Man, James Slater, Suspected of Stealing $10,000 Worth of Rings from Salt Lake City Jewelry Store

*City Council Endorses Need for County-wide Tax of $10 per Car for Expressway Construction

*Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce Offers 10 Recommendations to Improve Business Climate of City

*Teen ‘Love-Ins’ Spark Closure of Continental Bowl Ballroom at 1600 Martin Avenue: Reports of Passionate Embraces on Overcrowded Dance Floor: Permit Denied to Hold Teen Dances in Converted Roller Rink

*Dispute over Mobile Park Proposal for Agnew Road: Opponent says a Trailer Park Belongs in a Hick Town like Morgan Hill not in a City like Santa Clara

*SCUSD Board Drops Federally Funded ‘Head Start’ Program in Favor of State Funded ‘Operation Ready’ Program


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