[KNTV News Broadcast December 31, 1965]
Rolls A-C, D-F
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on December 31, 1965; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to transcript, stories include new vocational training program for the mentally retarded at Agnews State Hospital; spokesmen for the Delano Boycott Committee say their picket lines will continue to grow in San Jose (silent film); trainee at Ford Ord sick with meningitis; beginning January 1st, cigarette manufacturers required to label each package with health warning (silent film); Channel 11 newsmen award dubious awards for 1965 (silent/sound film); 41st annual Shrine All-Star football game in San Francisco (silent film); University of San Francisco dons place two men on all-star squad (silent film); skiing has become multi-million dollar business in California (film); U.S. peace offensive in Viet Nam; Bob Hope arrives in Los Angeles after 23,000 mile Christmas tour entertaining troops; Philippines install Ferdinand Marcos as president; Camp Pendleton crash kills local Marines.
Film cans labeled 12/31/65 A-C 337/Gibbons SOF; 12/31/65 D-F 337
2 Reels of 2
Black and White
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