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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From April 15

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (April 16, 1920)

  • Judge Gosbey Has Made Good: Friends Pleased He Will be Candidate to Succeed Himself as Judge of the Superior Court, Department 2, Santa Clara County
  • Ryland Debate Between Philathletics and Philhistorians at Santa Clara University: ‘Should Congress Enact More Stringent and Comprehensive Immigration Laws?’
  • Uncle Sam Needs Men to Serve in American Merchant Marine Cargo Fleet
  • Board of Supervisors Appoints Officials to Head Precincts for May 4th Primary Election
  • Firemen’s Masquerade Ball Benefit a Huge Success
  • Santa Clara Building & Loan Association Holds Meeting: Loans for Year: $255,980
  • After Purchasing Colonica’s, Wallace Candy Store Opens at 1012 Franklin Street
  • C.W. Haman Will Lead the Santa Clara Drive of the Northern Baptists: Nationwide Goal is to Raise $100,000,000
  • Automobile Supplement: 6,500,000 of the World’s 7,884,000 Automobiles are in the United States
  • Dan Crowley, Distributor for Columbia Six Says “Buy Now”: Santa Clara Dealership Has Touring Car Models Ranging in Price from $2145 to $3295

 

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (April 15, 1970)

  • Parents’ Night to Visit Schools set for April 21-22: Part of Public School Week Program
  • City Council Endorses Resolution to Create a County Consumer Affairs Agency within the County Weights & Measures Department
  • Dr. Charles Guichard Retained as Assistant Superintendant for Personnel to Work With the New Incoming School Superintendant
  • Saturday’s Countywide Foreign Language Fun Fair to be Held at Buchser High School
  • Street Department Gets Award for 100,000 Man Hours Without a Lost Time Accident
  • Santa Clara Philharmonic to Perform Final Concert with San Jose State Jazz Ensemble
  • Santa Clara Woman’s Club Sponsoring Tours of Their Old Adobe on Thursday
  • Santa Clara Swim Club Nabs Two More Swimming Titles at AAU Indoor Meet
  • Spencer Williams, Republican Candidate for State Attorney General, Will Address Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce
  • Manual Lucas of Santa Clara Convicted of Manslaughter in Head-on Collision on Bayshore Freeway last April that Resulted in Death of Salinas Assemblyman Alan Pattee
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