The Silicon Valley Voice

Power To Your Voice

Looking Back: October 3rd Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 4, 1918)

  • Santa Clara “Over the Top” and County Nearing Her Quota for 4th Liberty Loan Drive
  • Post Office Makes Excellent Showing: Employees of Department Have Made Excellent Showing With Bonds and War Stamps
  • Why Uncle Sam Needs the Money: Enumeration of Various War Costs
  • Local Schools Re-Open: Studies Resumed
  • Soldier Band Will Play at Ball Game in San Jose
  • Oil Industry Helps to Conserve Man-Power
  • How and Where You Can Pay Your Liberty Bonds

 

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (October 2, 1968)

  • Wilcox Protestors Stage Walkout: More than 60 Mexican-American Students Raise Six Demands With March Off Wilcox High School Grounds
  • Dissidents Gather at Poverty Center: Over 150 Mexican-American Students, Parents and Sympathizers Walk Out of Board of Education Meeting With Complaints of Discrimination: Drive to Economic Opportunity Area Skills Center in Sunnyvale:  Meet with Black Beret Group
  • School Superintendant Lawrence Curtis Says No Changes for Present Until He Finishes Investigating Complaints of Mexican-American Students and Parents
  • Area School Changes Told: Consultant’s Recommendations for School Administration Re-Organization
  • Black Panther’s Speech on October 9th:  Eldridge Cleaver to Speak at Santa Clara University
  • Two Arrests on Suspicion of Drug Use
  • City Council is Anti-Proposition 9:  Watson Amendment Would Place a Ceiling on Real Property Taxes
  • Ten Agnews Area Zoning Changes Get OK; Planners to Study Parcel 11
SPONSORED
Owens Corning

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

You may like