Original camera footage edited for broadcast for KNTV San Jose Channel 11 news. Includes national, local, and sports coverage. The broadcast script for this date has not survived.
Segment 1 (sound): Interview with Asian man [possibly from Indonesia] wearing glasses, outside college buildings on campus, likely San Jose State College. He is asked since race relations are one of his special areas of interest, what does he think of the race riots we're having in the United States in places like Cleveland and Watts. "Well, that in fact is not my main interest here. I was anxious to see how the racial society as you have in the states here can learn to live together in harmony because we have a similar problem in our country. We have a multi-racial society of [?] racial groups, and I want to see what programs can be effected by state government or local community action to promote interracial harmony. My view on the race riots, of course, is it's very unfortunate that this has come about, but this I think is due to the fact there is now greater awareness that the various racial groups in this country must live in harmony if this nation is to be really great...We as a nation have had a 12-year struggle against the guerrillas, whom we sometimes discover (?) as Communist, left behind after the Japanese occupation. And our country has been coded (?) as a country that has experience of dealing with Communist subversion in our country, and we are perturbed by that, and we appreciate the [?] of America." Reporter, "In other words, you do support the American position in Vietnam." "We support it in the sense that we support any strive to keep the spread of Communism in that part of my world. But in the actual war itself, we are a very small nation of only 10 1/2 million, and our policy's always been one of neutrality and we do not try to involve ourselves because we cannot make any impact on any move..." [ interview cut off]
Segment 2 (silent): Exterior of San Jose City Hall at night, with lights on. Cut to San Jose City Council meeting inside. Small number of audience members. Shots of various council members.
Segment 3 (silent): Barn burning, with fire crew on site with hoses. Traffic going by on street, as people watch the fire from across the street.
Segment 1 (silent): Voting center. Woman walks in holding a baby, American flag over the door. Woman at table looking at a list; close-up of the Roster of Voters and a citizen filling in their information. People voting in the voting booths. Ballots being put into the ballot box. U.S. flag in the corner of the room.
Segment 2 (silent): A field of harvested crops with people arriving in cars and walking into the field.
Segment 3 (sound): Man with bushy mustache interviewed, wearing a pin on his lapel. "There is probably more civil disobedience practiced by growers and labor contractor in the fields of Santa Clara County during a single harvest than by the entire civil rights movement in an entire year in all of the United States. The fault, however, is not only with the growers and the labor contractors. Rather it is shared by the public information media. We have not exercised sufficient vigilance in exposing this area of lawlessness. Just yesterday we were exposed to almost an entire page of our local newspaper devoted to nudist sunbathing in beaches of San Mateo County. However, with regard to child labor law abuse there has not been, to my recollection, comparable coverage." Reporter: "And your concern is not primarily a wage concern but rather a concern of working conditions." "Actually, it's both, because only when it is permissible to exploit the children of a family is it possible to keep the adult wage earners' wages so low. So these are companion evils. If we could take care of one we could take care of the other quickly."
Segment 1 (silent + sound): Speakers in front of an audience in a small auditorium. Followed by interview with man running for judicial office, likely Paul Teilh. "I prefer to run in this election on my own record and my own reputation. Any record that Maurice Hardeman has established will be recalled by the electorate, we trust, in November, and whether his record is good or bad he'll have to stand on that just as I prefer to stand on my own record. In addition, you must remember, this is a race for a judicial office where a certain amount of dignity and reserve is expected of the candidates. This has been reinforced by the county bar association which announced a policy through its president, Davida H. Adams (?) in these terms, and it is my sincere hope that in the future the present campaign will be conducted on a high plane and in a manner which will reflect credit not only upon the individual candidates, but upon the legal profession as well. In my opinion, this can best be accomplished by each candidate making known to the public his own qualifications for judicial office and not by running down his opponents."
Segment 2 (sound): Man at desk being interviewed about proposed sex education in San Jose schools. "First, we must study the proposal further before we are certain as to what is ultimate effects will be. And secondly, because many policy matters are involved, we would need to do much study with our Board of Education. They in this case would make the final decision rather than with the administration." Reporter: "Does the San Jose district have a sex education program already?" "We have a family life education program; a minor part of that could be called sex education. We have Dr. Crete as our consultant, and we are gradually expanding that program. We do it always by involving parents before we involve their children. We do it also by involving those students whose parents desire that they participate in the program, and excuse those children whose parents do not want them to participate."
Reel 4 (silent + sound): Silent footage of kids with disabilities out for a day of bowling in a bowling alley. Interview with man outside the bowling alley. "The problem with our severely mentally retarded children is that they have too few experiences due to their handicap. Many times they are kept at home, many times they are necessarily protected, so they are not allowed to get out into the environment enough. We're trying to fulfill that need and get them out to feel the environment." Reporter: "Do you think they can be rehabilitated?" "Ah, not what you might think of as rehabilitated and brought up to a normal level. However, we can train them, and educate them to use all of their functions to come up to their full capacity."
Reel 5 (sound): Interview with man about negotiations with nurses; he likely represents the hospital administrators association. "This is a possibility. We haven't taken any firm position on it. As you know, the district 12 of the CNA, which is the group that is speaking for the nurses, and which has been authorized by them to speak, is limited geographically. There are certain hospitals that might want to participate in the negotiations. It seems to me that if this is a real possibility, we'd be open to suggestions and further discussion. At the moment, however, we're limiting our discussions to the Santa Clara County hospitals, not counting Stanford." Reporter: "Judging from the feedback you might have received within recent weeks, does it appear that the situation in this area will become as critical as it is now in say the San Francisco area?" "Ah, well, it's hard to identify feedback or rumors and to determine whether they're valid or not, but my impression is that the hospitals in this area are approaching this problem in good faith, that they are as desirous as we are of reaching an equitable settlement. I really can't comment on what's happening in San Francisco. I do expect that in this area we will conduct ourselves maturely, and we will reach an agreement. And I'd rather not predict what might happen if this doesn't occur...Well, essentially it's for the association to transmit to the employers what their proposals are, to hopefully come to agreement with respect to further meetings to describe generally the areas we're going to be talking about, and to more or less set the pace and scene for future negotiations." Reporter: "And what are the demands of the nurses?" "Well, I'd prefer to wait until I have a chance to transmit these demands to the employers, but generally speaking they're in the area of wages, certain overtime provisions, call back pay, shift differentials, and perhaps some classification situations as they relate to staffing patterns in the hospital. Generally, the general range of wages, hours and work conditions that employees generally work under."