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Looking Back: Week of September 26th Headlines

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (September 27, 1918)

  • Buy Your Bonds Today: Volunteer Now to Put Santa Clara Over the Top the First Day by Doubling Your Subscription: How to Volunteer and Plan of Payment
  • Story of Great Patriotic Work Told in Liberty Loan Posters
  • Santa Claran Makes Supreme Sacrifice: All Santa Clara Mourns for Norman Dunbar, Chief Gunner’s Mate Who Died in France September 17th: Son of Mrs. Sarah Dunbar and the Late Captain Norman Dunbar
  • U.S. Orders Must Be Carried Out: Newspapers Can Be Delivered Only to Those Paid Up in Advance: Desperate Need to Conserve White Paper
  • New Cadet Officers for University of Santa Clara Named


50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal & News (September 25, 1968)

  • Santa Clara Players Request Stage: Proposal to Erect Stage and Dressing Room in City Hall Basement Under Council Chambers Rejected
  • Eldridge Cleaver and Wife, of Black Panther Party, Invited to Speak at Santa Clara University Under Sponsorship of Controversial ‘Center for the Study of Contemporary Values’
  • ‘Mission Fiesta Days Celebration Starts Saturday at Downtown Mission Mall on Franklin Street: Mexican-American Days on Saturday and Sunday Sponsored by G.I. Forum of Santa Clara
  • ‘Miss Santa Clara’ Contest Part of 8-day Mission Fiesta Celebration
  • Triton Museum of Art Faire Saturday to Feature Activities for Whole Family: Booths, Exhibits, Antiques, Children’s Art
  • Agnew Zoning Talk is Today: Discussion of Zoning Changes in Area North of Bayshore Freeway
  • Tenth Santa Claran Dies in Vietnam War: Pfc. Michael W. Issenmann, 1967 Graduate of Wilcox High
  • Retiring City Librarian, Miss Frances Klune, to be Honored at Central Library this Sunday: 400 Friends, Guests and Civic Leaders to Attend
  • 4000 Served by Youth Village: Started in 1944 Under Direction of Rev. Fr. Walter E. Schmidt, S.J., Santa Clara Valley Youth Center has Become a $75,000-per-year Non-profit Corp. Serving 4000 Junior and Senior High School Students Throughout Santa Clara Valley: Located at 2144 Newhall Street

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