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Looking Back – Week of June 11

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (June 9, 1914)

  • Second Annual California Cherry Festival Proves County’s Greatest Fruit Attraction: 50,000 Visitors Attend Celebration and Participate in Week of Entertainment
  • Fire and Police Alarm Systems: German Cities have Excellent Methods
  • Automobile License Law Benefits Whole State
  • Woman’s Club Ready to Move into New Quarters in Their Remodeled Adobe
  • Santa Clara Boosters to Visit Gilroy to Celebrate Completion of State Highway There

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (June 10, 1964)

  • Bid for Culture Center ‘Has Support’ in Santa Clara: Another Report to City by Cultural Advisory Commission
  • Napredak Hall on Lawrence Station Road Demolished: Once Site of First Milikin School: Comes Down to Make Room for Six-Lane Lawrence Expressway
  • Police Chief Frank Sapena Seeking 14 More Officers
  • Noise Factor at Proposed Site: Drat Those Jetliners, Says Santa Clara School Board in Discussion of Plans for Fifth Santa Clara High School near Agnew
  • Its Rabies Shot Time for Pooches
  • Possible Cultural Center: Santa Clara Movie Theater Gets Temporary Reprieve from Urban Renewal Wrecking Ball
  • Proposed Village Green Tavern Gets Formal Hearing

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