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Looking Back: Week of August 29th Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (August 30, 1918)

*Seven Santa Clara Candidates are Voted into Office: Winners Include Henry A. Pfister, County Clerk; Charles A. Thompson, Justice of the Peace, Amos O. Williams, County Coroner: and George W. Lyle, Sheriff Who Thanks Voters

*Business Firm Changes Hands:  Santa Clara Creamery


*Obituary Notice:  Nicholas Vujveda, Well-Known Citizen of This City

*Lt. Charles South, Jr., Postmaster’s Son, in Town to Visit Parents

*Draft Age Now 18 to 45

*Plans Completed for New Training Camps: Formation of Student Army Training Camps


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (August 28, 1968)

*SCUSD Board Grants Most of Teacher’s Demands

*Trend Development Company’s Apartments Denied: Proposal Was for 75-Unit Apartments at Lawrence Road and Warburton Ave.

*Take Lunch & Beer to San Francisco Says Councilman Talia: Other Cities Feuding with San Francisco Over 1% Commuter Tax

*Water Bond Bids Sought by City Council

*Give Back the Hand!: Part of Sculpture Stolen from Triton Museum of Art

*Tot Program Planned:  Parks & Recreation Department to Sponsor Pre-School & Tiny Tots Program

*Tax Boost Committee Okayed: Property Tax Increase for SCUSD Sought


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