[KNTV News Broadcast November 4, 1965]
Rolls A-C, D-F
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on November 4, 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 visit to San Francisco by Princess Margaret and Earl of Snowden; California legislature kills smog control measure; Representatives Charles Gubser and Don Edwards given official tour of Santa Clara County Welfare Bureau's re-employment activities by acting Welfare Director Frederick Gillette (silent film); patrol squadron 47 of Moffett Field honored (silent and sound film); Central Area United Fund Chapter meeting opens at San Jose YMCA (silent film); Governor Brown makes 3 appointments for trusteeships at Agnews State Hospital; international news including Viet Nam; striking farm workers picket appearance by Senator George Murphy in Fresno; San Jose State football beat by Cal Poly (silent film); Santa Clara University bonfire rally (silent film); preview of Cars and Stars show at Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (film).
Film cans labeled 11/4/65 A-C 291; 11/4/65 D-F #291
2 Reels of 2
Black and White
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