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Looking Back: Week of October 10th Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (October 11, 1918)

  • When Our Boys Return From War We Must Be Ready
  • Government Issues Book on Camp: Life in Training Camps Vividly Described
  • You Can Stop Casualties Quickly: Make Sacrifices: Buy Liberty Bonds
  • Honor Roll of 4th Liberty Loan Subscribers Listed Alphabetically
  • Local Red Cross to Aid Pacific Division Forces
  • Madrone Circle, Woodmen of the World (W.O.W.) Plans Liberty Bond Social at Odd Fellows Hall
  • R.H. Knox Enters Advertising Field: Well-Known Businessman Takes Up Work With Well Established Firm: Name of Concern: Knox, Wills & Co. with Offices in Bank of San Jose Building


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (October 9, 1968)

  • Housing Authority Discussed: Attorney Writes Resolution About Giving Preference to Senior Citizens in Subsidized Rent Program
  • Wilcox High Protestors Split Over Whether to Work With Black Berets and Other Outsiders
  • Victor Camacho, Only Mexican-American on School Board, Explains Protestors Feelings and Concerns
  • Minority Confab Set for October 28th: Mexican-American Conference to be Held at George Mayne School
  • George Wallace for President Supporters Planning Motorcade from Santa Clara to Cow Palace
  • Citizens for Proposition C [Sanitary Sewage Bond Issue] Meet to Set Campaign Plans
  • Miss Santa Clara 1968 Chosen: Vicki Briganti
  • Santa Clara University Greatly Expands Its Theater Arts Program: Seven Productions to be Staged in Lifeboat Theatre
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Kiely Find 1890s Painting in Rafters of Old Enright Home Where They Now Reside

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