[KNTV News Broadcast January 7, 1966]
Rolls A-E, F, G, H, I-J
Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on January 7, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to early and final news transcripts, stories include fatal shooting of Cupertino man Billy Eugene Brooks (silent film); President Johnson approves federal aid for New Yorkers during transit strike; crisis in the Dominican Republic; local traffic accidents (film); South Bay truck leaving with donated goods for jobless and disenfranchised Negroes of Mississippi (silent film); astronauts for next two Gemini missions inspect Agena target ship at Lockheed Missiles and Space Company in Sunnvale; San Jose fluoridation hearings continue (film); San Jose Chapter of the American Red Cross issues emergency appeal for blood donors (silent/sound film); final rites held in Carmel for Major O. Arnn, killed in Viet Nam on December 26th (silent film); Santa Clara Swim Club takes top honors in first two events of 10th annual San Jose State Invitational Swim Meet (silent film); San Jose State wrestling team scores victory over California's Golden Bears (silent film); Channel 11's Rik Whitaker talks with San Jose representative of the district director of the Internal Revenue, Wallace Carson (sound film); confessed killer Joseph Marcellino sentenced to five years to life in prison this morning (silent film).
Film cans labeled 1/7/66 A-E 343; 1/7/66 F 343; 1/7/66 G 343; 1/7/66 H 343 SJS Basketball/Sea Fury; 1/7/66 I-J 343/ 100' SIL Swim Wrestle
5 Reels of 5
Black and White
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