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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From April 10

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (April 11, 1919)

  • Chamber of Commerce Will Aid Returning Soldiers and Sailors in Securing Positions: Jobs Awaiting Our Heroes
  • Election Results Please Public:  John G. French Elected Town Trustee by Large Margin: French Thanks Voters
  • Murderer Caught!: Joe Ferrari Who Killed Joe Bolso in Gilroy Over a Card Game Dispute Captured in Hills Between Los Banos and Bell Station by Deputies Sent Out from Santa Clara by Sheriff Lyle
  • Shiro Case Resolved: Sheriff Lyle and Deputies Capture Two Italians who Kidnapped and Assaulted Mrs. Mary Shiro of San Jose
  • Santa Clara Preparing for Victory Loan Drive and Volunteer Day Campaign: Are You Ready?:  Dr. A.E. Osborne Serving as Chairman: Victory Loan Trophy Train Coming in from San Francisco Tomorrow: Miles of Posters to Advertise Campaign
  • James Dixon, Superintendent of Santa Clara Municipal Electric Plant Warns Children Not to Climb Electrical Poles: Parents also Need to be Aware of How Dangerous This Is
  • Mrs. Rosa Guiliani Arrested for Selling Liquor:  Must Pay $75 Fine

 

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (April 9, 1969)

  • Very Good Voter Turnout Elects New Mayor and Two Councilmen:  Gary Gillmor Elected Mayor, Larry Marsalli and Frank Barcells Elected to City Council
  • More Beauty Pageant and Parade Entries Sought:  Plans Underway for Miss El Camino Real Pageant and for El Camino Real Fiesta
  • Jay Morris Wants R-3 Zoning Approved:  Wants Agricultural Land Re-Zoned to Multi-Family Dwellings at Southeast Corner of Granada & Flora Vista Avenues
  • School District Candidates Tell Views Tonight: Radio Personality Scott Beach Will Moderate Candidate Forum
  • Mexican American Youth Organization (MAYO) Formed at Buchser High School: Several Other County Schools Already Have a MAYO Chapter
  • Young Conservatives Throughout County to Descend on West Valley College for All-Day  YAF Conference: ‘Young Americans for Freedom’
  • Police Solve Local Thefts: Kenneth Lee Peters of Mountain View a Suspect in About 20 Residential Burglaries in Santa Clara
  • City’s Annual Tree Spraying Program to Begin This Week
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