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Looking Back: Judge aims to naturalize 4000 new citizens, state hospital hosts open house

Excerpts from Thursday, May 10, 1956 The Paso Robles Journal: Judge Lyons aims for goal of 4000 new citizens June 15 has real significance for […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1931: Fatal accident results in lawsuit, man to parachute into town

Excerpts from Wednesday, May 12, 1931, The Paso Robles Spotlight: Sturgeon faces suit Parent of Iris Woolman to act for other folk A statement that […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1940: Whooping cough postpones well baby conference

Excerpts from Wednesday, April 24, 1940, The Paso Robles Journal: County nurse advises postpone well-baby conference for April The monthly well-baby conference scheduled for Thursday […] Full Article

Looking Back: Southwest starts service at Paso Robles Airport, Deputy catches escapee

Excerpts from Thursday, April 26, 1956, The Paso Robles Journal: Southwest will start service here on Sunday Four flights daily will be scheduled Southwest Airways […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1940: Education week observed, Soviet navy nears Ukraine

Excerpts from Wednesday, April 17, 1940 The Paso Robles Journal National Education Week to be observed Students to give special programs Paso Robles will cooperate […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1931: Girl abandonment facts out

Excerpt from the Tuesday, May 5, 1931 Paso Robles Spotlight: Father’s actions in case not explained Neighbor takes girl. Tangle of marriage and divorce makes […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1936: Storm brings rain and ends Yankee training school

Excerpts from Saturday, April 4, 1936, The Paso Robles Times: Storm brings 1.23 inches of rain Eighty-eight hundredths of an inch of rain fell on […] Full Article

Looking Back: City launches recreation program, 150 new homes coming

Excerpts from Paso Robles Journal of March 19, 1941: City council accepts WPA. recreation plan, leader will be sent here First steps toward organized recreation […] Full Article

Looking Back to The Bearcat news in March 1938 – ‘Rube’s Day’

Excerpts from Friday, March 25, 1938, The Bearcat: Paso revives Rube’s Day “What fools these mortals be,” that’s what people might think if they look […] Full Article

Looking Back to 1936: Tom Mix to bring circus to Paso Robles

Excerpt from the Saturday, March 14, 1936, Paso Robles Times: –The circus is coming to town! Yes sir, the clowns, the trapeze artists, the performing […] Full Article