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Looking Back – Week of May 28

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (May 26, 1914)

  • Cherry Carnival Committees Complete Festival Plans: Whirl of Pageantry and Entertainment Promised for Carnival Week: Something Different for Each Day of Celebration
  • Native Sons throughout Santa Clara Valley Support Big 4th of July Celebration
  • John Roll, Santa Claran on County Board of Supervisors, Given State Honors
  • University of Santa Clara Alumni Will Hold Banquet at St. Francis Hotel to Celebrate University’s 63rd Anniversary

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (May 27, 1964)

  • Second Urban Renewal Plan Virtually Dead
  • City Council Gives OK to Bond Plan Outline: September Election Sought
  • After 35 Years: Old Teachers Never Die – They Retire! Myrtle Newton and Marion Rumbolz Retiring
  • Slander Suit Filed by Former City Manager Loyd Brady
  • They ‘Inch Along’: Traffic Relief Seen for Lawrence Overpass
  • A True Rarity – City Budget Total Actually Drops!
  • Kaiser Hospital on Kiely Blvd. (near Homestead) to Open to Everyone
  • Public Meeting Due on Two Major Urban Renewal Reports

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