[KNTV News Reel September 24, 1979]
Rolls A-F; Rolls G-Q
KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for September 24, 1979. Accompanying film log lists subjects of rolls as Gilroy (2 reel, Roll A), Development Money (2 reel, Roll B), Sewage (2 reel, Roll C), Bump...Wx (Roll D), Wx (silent, Roll E), Gilroy (Roll F), Ax Murder (2 reel, Roll G), Lone Ranger (2 reel, Roll H), SJSU Models (Roll I), Bump...Models (Roll J), Scotts Valley (NATSOF, Roll K) Wx F/F Roll L), Low Riders (silent, Roll M), Teachers (Roll N), Prime Rate (Roll O), Building Ban (Roll P). Part 1 footage: Story on Gilroy's Hidden Glen community where school district is sending children to primarily Hispanic Elliott School and parents are protesting, district under orders to integrate schools, outtakes of neighborhood, school, and meeting with district; story on plans in San Jose to divert redevelopment funds to neighborhood improvements, Councilman Tom McEnery on camera; Consultant Ed Becker comments on sewage still pouring into South San Francisco Bay from San Jose-Santa Clara water treatment plant. Part 2 footage: Ronald Huffman prime suspect in axe murder of Maureen Minton, his roommate in Bonny Doon area of Santa Cruz Mountains (audio only); local couple organize petition against company that owns rights to Lone Ranger who have said Clayton Moore is now too old to play the character in movie, reporter wears mask and hat; South Bay Models Union demand better pay, outtakes of art students sketching nude model; First National Bank raise prime lending rate, will other banks follow?
2 Reels of 2
Eastman Kodak Company
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