KNTV News Reels October 11, 1965
Rolls A-D, E-G
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on October 11, 1965; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Individuals for Non-Violent Revolution picket local board of the selective service onThe Alameda, San Jose; engage in heated debate with army reserve members (silent); members of the Congress of Racial Equality picket outside of the Edgewater Inn in San Francisco where Governor Brown was speaking, alleging discriminatory hiring practices at the inn and chanting, "Jim Crow Must Go", with comments from restaurant owner James Stockton; Los Angeles Supervisor Warren Dorn in Santa Clara County for "Decency Amendment" (silent). Part 2: Superior Court Judge Harold Holden completes 25 years on judicial bench (silent); San Jose woman escapes serious injury when thrown out of car (silent film); Santa Cruz residents in good condition after crash in Scotts Valley (silent film).
Film cans labeled 10/11/65 A-D 267; 10/11/65 E-G 267.
2 Reels of 2
Black and White
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