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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From February 19

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (February 18, 1970)

  • Population Bomb: Myth or Reality?: At Santa Clara University Talk, Dr. John Thomas and Dr. Dudley Kirk of Stanford Discuss Biological and Demographic Crisis Linked to Overpopulation
  • Banks with City Money Put on Spot: City Pressuring Banks with Large City Deposits to Help with Problem of Selling City Bonds
  • Dedication of Mission Station Post Office at 1150 Kiely Blvd. to be Held Saturday: Located in Former Prune Orchard in Newest Section of Town: Postmaster John Sanchez Planning Heritage Ceremony
  • Rezoning of South Side of McKinley Drive from Residential to Commercial to Accommodate Toyota Expansion Opposed by Neighborhood Residents Fearing Noise and Traffic
  • Jefferson Jr. High School Student Lisa Ann Whiteman, 13, is 1 of 7 Killed in Collision in Manteca When Minibus They Were in Got Stuck on Train Tracks
  • Genealogy Society Shows Film Loaned by Pacific Telephone Co. at Central Library Titled ‘Our Changing Valley’
  • Former Santa Clara Mayor Frank Keller Dies
  • Citizens Advisory Committee Hosts Talk on Development Plans for ‘Old Quad’/Downtown Santa Clara
  • Salary/Fringe Benefit Negotiations for 1970-71 Underway Between SCUSD Board and California Teachers Association
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