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Looking Back: Week of August 22nd Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (August 23, 1918)

*Primary Election August 27th:  May the Best Man Win

*Henry A. Pfister Has Made Good: Re-Elect Him for County Clerk


*A Word About D.T. Bateman Our Able, Capable and Zealous County School Superintendant

*George W. Glendenning of Santa Clara Township is the Man You Should Send to the State Senate: His Campaign Started as a Movement of the Farmers

*Keep Our Home Citizen on the Job:  Honorable William G. Lorigan of San Jose Should be Re-Elected Associate Justice of California Supreme Court

*Studies Have Resumed at University of Santa Clara: Attendance This Year Unusually Large

*Untimely Death of Herbert R. Nagler: Manager of Underwood Typewriter Branch of San Jose:  Passes Away After Short Illness


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (August 21, 1968)

*Full Time Santa Clara Mayor Wanted?: Should Mayor be Elected Specifically or Chosen, as Usual, from Among the City Council

*Tennessee Ernie Ford and Fess Parker Will Headline 23rd Annual Parade of Champions in October

*Library Computer ‘Rescue’ Studied:  Several Proposals to Salvage Library’s Unfinished Computer System Under Review

*Sanitary Landfill Bids Sought to Operate City Disposal Site at 533 Coffin Road

*Santa Clara to Retain Own Municipal Court

*’City Celebs’ Play Laurels Tonight: Santa Clara City Officials Will Attempt to Beat Woman’s Softball Team

*Santa Clara Woman’s Club Brings Life to ‘Old Adobe’: Clubhouse Part of State History

*Locals Eye  Olympic Swim Berths: Claudia Kolb Headlines Women Entries

*Peter Asch, Santa Clara High School Graduate, Olympic Water Polo Hopeful


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