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Flickering city lights alert police, and other historical tidbits

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Posted: Saturday, March 15, 2014 12:00 am

Reading through microfilm rolls of newspapers from past decades produces interesting glimpses into everyday life as it was a century ago.

In early Lodi there were no radios and no way to contact the patrolling police for help. But in early 1914, city officials devised a new method for signaling the city’s night officer.

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