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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From July 10

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

  • Plans for Soldiers and Sailors Reception Will Be Reviewed Tonight: Judge Glendenning Calls Meeting
  • Limerick, Ireland Is Under Martial Law
  • President Wilson Asked to Settle Telephone Strike
  • President Wilson to Come To California on Tour of Country to Promote Peace Treaty and Plans for League of Nations
  • Time to Cut Out the Sob Stuff: Need to Stop Over-Indulging Fears of Unemployment and High Cost of Living
  • Archbishop Hanna Encourages ‘Laymen’s Retreat Movement’ in California: Retreats for Laymen Held at University of Santa Clara
  • Formal Opening of Fernish Drug Store in Bank of Italy Building:  Visitors Will Receive Chocolate Box
  • Popular Couple Quietly Married: Myrtle Helen Schukowsky Weds Harold J. Emig
  • Housing Problem a Serious Matter: Demand for Homes in San Jose is Now Far Ahead of Supply


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

  • New Taxes of 5-cents for Additional Revenue Suggested to SCUSD Board
  • City Council Approves Budget: Tax Reduction for 1969-70
  • Santa Clara Redevelopment Agency Chair Peter Talia Suggests ‘Mini-Mission’ Project to City Council
  • World Class Olympian Athletes Lured to 3rd Annual Santa Clara Invitational at International Swim Center
  • Local Kids Qualify for State Aid: Seven Santa Clara High School Seniors Have Captured 1969-70 California State Scholarships
  • City Wins Legal Battle Over SCUSD:  Permanent Injunction Issued Against Construction of Valley Continuation High at Don Avenue
  • Apartment Re-Zoning Request Decision Awaits the Seating of New Planning Commission Member, Ross Trigg

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