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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From March 18

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (March 19, 1920)

  • At Chamber of Commerce Dinner: Matter of Establishing an Auto Camp Discussed
  • Program of Chamber of Commerce Work Includes Plank on Industrial Promotion
  • First Aid to Motorists and Vehicles Provided by English Association
  • Many Candidates for City Offices: Monday is Last Day to File Petition to Run
  • School Board Trustees Unhappy that Grammar School Principal Encouraging a Teachers Union
  • Early History of Alviso Flouring Mills Written by Santa Clara County Society of California Pioneers
  • Four Automobiles Pile in Heap on San Francisco Road Near Santa Clara: Wet Pavement
  • Hard Swat at Nicotine:  Buy Necessities for Family Not Cigars
  • ‘Uncle Sam’ Needs Quarter of a Million Dollars to Enforce Prohibition this Year
  • Captain Christian S. Lass Dies at Home on 1889 Market Street: Formerly Very Prominent in Shipping Circles


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

  • Washington School Head Named New SCUSD Superintendant: Arrives Thursday: Dr. James R. Hoffer Recruited from Bremerton Consolidated School District
  • City Planning Staff Representative to Discuss Bayshore Freeway Area Development with Citizens Advisory Group
  • Student Government Day at City Hall:  65 Students Take Government Posts for a Day
  • Topic of Student Government Essay Contest: ‘Pollution – Is Time Running Out?’: 3 Winners Announced
  • City Council Okays $100 Political Sign Deposit to Ensure Post Election Clean-up and Removal of Signs

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