KNTV News Reels May 2, 1969
KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for May 2, 1969; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Strike outside Equal Opportunities Commission headquarters in San Jose protesting firing of employee Sylvester Valdez (silent); City employees move from San Jose's old City Hall on Main Street to new structure on Calaveras Boulevard (silent). Part 2: Noontime rally by dissident students at Stanford University including Harrison Brown (silent); Classie Chassie bar raided by Campbell police after testing Campbell's anti-topless law (silent footage of dancers). Part 3: Apprentices from Northern California Carpenters Union compete at Santa Clara County Fair Grounds to represent the area in statewide contest (silent, sound); reporter Bob Haulman finishes three-part series on housing for the poor in Santa Clara County. Part 4: Continuation of story on low income housing; Laguna Seca auto racing at Monterey (color); press conference retirement announcement by San Jose State College President Dr. Robert Clark (silent). Part 5: City Councilman Joe Colla uses bike to pick up donations to Spartan Foundation (silent); KNTV General Manager Bob Hosfeldt and Pat Spooner compete to raise money for Spartan Foundation.
Notes on original containers: r01: A 1487; r02: B-D 1487; r03: E F 1487; r04: F G 1487; r05: H 1487
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