[KNTV News Broadcast January 4, 1966]
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on January 4, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to transcript, stories include Ronald Reagan's comments on issues he sees in the campaign as he officially enters gubernatorial race; flooding in Northern California; boy in Santa Clara born without arms now has prosthesis thanks to March of Dimes - annual fund drive kicking off in Santa Clara; President Johnson asked to assist in id of Secret Service agent who allegedly assaulted two San Jose State students; warning that "Williamson Gang" con men in Santa Clara Valley; police uncover Berkeley school for shoplifters; 32 new patients arrive at Agnews State Hospital under new program to treat "mentally retarded"; 6th successive record breaking year for California artichoke industry; annual San Francisco Examiner Invitational Track and Field Meet to open Saturday at Cow Palace.
Original note on can: r1: D-E 340 Sound; r2: F 340 Sound; r3: A-C 340
3 Reels of 3
Black and White
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