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Looking Back: Santa Clara Headlines From May 29

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (May 30, 1919)

  • City to Pay Tribute to Nation’s Heroes Fallen In Liberty’s Holy Cause
  • Santa Clara News Contest Closes June 12th: Contestants All Running a Close Race: Triple Points Opportunity Until June 6th
  • Native Sons of the Golden West Opposed to Admittance of Japanese ‘Picture Brides’ to California
  • Ford Collides — Man Injured:  L.E. Green Hurt When His Car Strikes Telephone Pole
  • Farmers Planning Program for Federated Farmers Convention on June 7th in San Jose
  • John G. French Sells Rex Theatre to San Francisco Businessman D. Morris
  • ‘100 Per Cent Industrial Exposition’ in San Jose Big Success: Tomorrow is Last Day
  • Pratt-Low Began Cherry Packing Yesterday
  • Seven Students Graduate at University of Santa Clara
  • Sister of  Santa Clara Postmaster Charles South Passes Away: Mrs. Mary Egan Dies in San Luis Obispo
  • Sallows & Rorke Grocery Sold to Frank Vierra and Joseph George: Will Become Vierra & George Grocery
  • Santa Clarans Aid Yosemite Highway Drive: Contributors to Get Free Admission to Yosemite Valley


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (May 28, 1969)

  • Hoodlum Problems in Santa Clara’s Homeridge Park: Neighborhood Residents Complain About Rampant Vandalism and Teens Threatening and Chasing Away Younger Children: Some Teens ‘Hanging Out’ in Park Believed to be ‘Out-of-Towners’
  • North Bayshore Association Demands Immediate Completion of Montague Park: North of Bayshore Residents Tired of Having to Drive Miles to Get to a City Park
  • SCUSD Tax Election Set Tuesday for Proposed 95-cent Property Tax Hike: ‘Citizens Information Group to Save Our Schools’ to Answer Voter Questions at Forum Tonight
  • War Dead to Be Honored Friday During Memorial Day Services:  American Legion Compiling Honor Roll to Include Those Killed in Vietnam
  • Jefferson Intermediate School Teacher, Marilyn Ann Yee, Killed May 18th in Crash Near Gilroy

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