[KNTV News Broadcast February 2, 1966]
News footage from KNTV San Jose broadcast on February 2, 1965; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to transcript, stories include President Johnson's and Gerald Ford's views on inflation; appointment of Mark Guerra as Deputy Director of the Economic Opportunities Commission; indictment of San Jose physician Jack Greenberg on tax evasion; hit and run death of 12-year old Scot Laird; Attorney General Thomas Lynch kicks off election campaign; Senate Subcommittee opens hearing on wiretapping practices by IRS; San Jose bond issues passed; San Jose City Manager A. P. Hamann in hospital for ulcer surgery; possible introduction of poppy on State Highway signs; Vietnam.
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