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Week of January 31st Headlines


100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (February 1, 1918)

*All Aliens to Register at Once:  Postmaster Gives Out Valuable Information


*New Buildings at Pratt-Low Cannery: $66,000 Being Spent to Improve Santa Clara Plant

*Air Raids are Made in London

*Miss Maude Pilkington, Book Reviewer for Sunday San Jose Mercury, Has Interviewed Many Famous People

*You Must Aid ‘Uncle Sam’ in Winning War: Allie are Lost If We Fail to Help Government

*Masque Ball Held by Firemen at Turn Verein Hall in Santa Clara to Benefit Red Cross

*Mr. & Mrs. F.C. Franck of Washington Street Host Entertainment at Grammar School for Pupils


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (January 31, 1968)

*Facility Proposal Finally Accepted: Joint Water and Electric Corporation Yard for City of Santa Clara

*New University of Santa Clara Regent Named: Former Oil Executive: M.E. Ed Frazier of Palm Springs

*Santa Clara Fights Court Merger: Police Chief Frank Sapena Decries Expense of Taking Prisoners to Sunnyvale for Court Appearances if Santa Clara-Cupertino and Sunnyvale Court Systems Merged

*Show Plan Snag Over Traffic Issues: Storm of Protest Over Proposal to Build 600-Seat Movie Theater in Moonlight Shopping Center Adjacent to Moonlight Drive-In

*SCUSD Board Approves Preliminary Architectural Sketch for Continuation Center, Valley High School, to be Built on Don Ave. Near Warburton: Construction Slated for Spring

*City Officials Take Whistle-Listening Excursion to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Plant, 960 Kifer Road: Residents Says Weird Whistling Noises Emanating from Plant After Smog Control Devices Installed

*Mobile Home Park with Golf Course and Restaurant Proposed by Golf Pro Doug Sanders Ruled Out in Area North of Bayshore Freeway: Land Earmarked for Industrial Growth and Location of Mission Junior College

*Mrs. Wilma Amalu Named Director of Nurses for Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Santa Clara


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