The Silicon Valley Voice

Power To Your Voice

Looking Back February 2017

Week of February 1st Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (January 31, 1917)

  • Merchant’s Association Organized in This City (to give information to the large chain of credit bureaus in State)
  • Good Roads Committee Begins Active Campaign to Promote Bond Election
  • Students Make Rapid Progress in Local Schools
  • California is Mecca for Automobile Tourists: Surpasses Florida this Year
  • Examinations to be Held for Postoffice Clerk and Carrier Jobs
  • Birdman Art Smith May Locate Factory in Santa Clara: Exposition Aviator Planning Construction of an Aeroplane Assembly Plant)
  • Funeral of Sea Captain Norman Dunbar is Held Under Auspices of Santa Clara Odd Fellows Chapter
  • Margaret Jacobs Dies in City (28-year old daughter of highly esteemed City residents Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Jacobs dies of complications from appendicitis operation)

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (February 1, 1967)

  • Case of ‘Guts’ on the Line Stirs City Council (should Council or electorate decide feasibility of future redevelopment projects in 8-block area adjacent to Santa Clara University)
  • Recreation Department ‘Going to the Dogs’: Mission City Dog Club, sponsored by Parks & Recreation Department, to Offer 10-Week Obedience Training Class
  • Principal Floyd Davis Shifts Schools: Fremont Elementary School Principal to be Temporarily Assigned to Patrick Henry Intermediate School
  • Chamber of Commerce Conducting Survey on Businesses Views of City Policies
  • Crossing Widenings Ordered: California Public Utility Commission Authorizes Santa Clara and Sunnyvale to Reconstruct and Widen Two Crossings of Kifer Road over Southern Pacific Spur Tracks
  • Wilcox High Family Life Series Meeting Focuses on Alarming Increase in Drug Use: Ex-Addict to Speak and Documentary Film, “Hooked,” to be Shown
  • Vallco Industrial Park Goes Up in Cupertino (reprinted from January 31st issue of West Valley Times)

(compiled by Mary Hanel, Historic Preservation Society of Santa Clara)

SPONSORED
SPONSORED
Frontier Ford

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

SPONSORED

You may like