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Looking Back: Week of December 19th Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (December 20, 1918)

  • Secretary of Navy Pays Tribute to Red Cross
  • Gift Mailing in Full Swing: Christmas Parcel Post Has Begun in Real Earnest
  • Santa Clara Post Office Has Immense Shipments for Soldier Boys in Military Camps
  • Baggage Master at Santa Clara Depot Badly Injured After Being Struck by ‘The Lark’ Train
  • Districting of State Well Underway in Preparation for Establishment of Community Councils of Defense
  • Local Business Man, Frank Logan, Commits Suicide in Regnart Building Wednesday Morning: Troubled by Poor Eyesite He Feared Going Blind
  • Board of Education Prepares for Tractor Exhibit in February at Santa Clara High School: Working with State University

 

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (December 18, 1968)

  • School District Personnel Shifted: Four SCUSD Officials Get Interim Job Assignments as Board Awaits Report of Arthur D. Little Management Consultants
  • George Mayne School PTA Petitions for Cafeteria and Multi-Purpose Room for School
  • Library Swings With Mod Jazz: Psychedelic Posters, Rock and Roll Music and Three Young Professional Librarians Greet Teens Who Use Young Adult Library Services Project Office at 1081 Monroe Street
  • University of Santa Clara Relates Growth News: University Releases its Proposed Expansion Plans for 21 Acres of Urban Renewal Land: Called ‘The Mission Project’ it Extends North and East of Present Campus
  • American Micro-Systems Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony to Inaugurate Construction of Company’s 90,300-square-foot Building in Vallco Industrial Park, 3800 Homestead Road, Santa Clara: Facility Will be Devoted to High Volume Production of MOS (metal-oxide-silicon) Arrays
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