[KNTV News Broadcast November 2, 1965]
Rolls A-C, D-G
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on November 2, 1965. May be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to early and final news transcripts, stories include election day coverage; rally at Stanford University in connection with the May Second movement (silent/sound film); movement underway to establish a farm workers union in Santa Clara County (sound film); Governor Brown pledges support to halt erosion of Capitola's beaches; San Jose City Council approves placing $57 million capital improvements bond issue before voters on February 1st (film); Earlee Thomas murder trial jury continues deliberations (silent film); homecoming week festivities at Santa Clara University (silent film); 200 homeowners in Edenvale area turn out for Planning Commission meeting to oppose request for rock quarry and rock crusher; California American Legion calls on Governor Brown and University of California to half a peace march scheduled for November 20th; coverage of Vietnam and other national and international news; opening of three-day Candle Carousel at Cabana Motor Hotel in Palo Alto (silent film).
Film cans labeled 11/2/65 A-C 289; 11/2/65 D-G 289/Hamann SOF
2 Reels of 2
Black and White
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