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Looking Back – Week of November 20th Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (November 18, 1913)

*$50,000 Bond Issue, Paving Estimate: Town Trustees Preparing to Call Special Election to Raise Funds for Paving of Highway in Santa Clara Limits: Post Card Vote Favors Bond Issue: Commercial League Endorses Plan to Improve Highway
*Two Mad Dogs, Suffering Rabies, Shot by Town Marshall Fallon
*Failing Health Forces Edward J. White to Resign from School Board
*Threatened Suit Against Town Fails to Materialize: Instead of Reporting Supposed Misuse of Public Money to Grand Jury, Ambitious Lawyer, M.J. Rankin, Seeks Part of Funds: Public Wary of Scheme
*Joe Scanlan Says His New Baby Boy is a Future Fireman

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (November 20, 1963)

*Hot Charges Fly in Scott Blvd. Widening—City Stands Firm
*In Urban Renewal Area: Property ‘Swap’ Asked Downtown
*For Orderly Growth: ‘Hostile Annexations’ Considered City Policy
*Santa Clara’s United Fund Campaign Reaches Goal: Now ‘Over the Top’


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