KNTV News Reels May 22, 1969
KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for May 22, 1969; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: San Jose police looking for couple who robbed Beneficial Finance office near First Street and Keys (silent); attack submarine U.S.S. Volador visits Monterey Bay, Commander Gibson addresses visitors over public address system (silent); Bob Haulman discusses significance of beginning of fire season with Assistant State Forest Ranger David L. Harrison. Part 2: Bob Haulman concludes series on proposed San Jose jet airport with comments from James Nissan on results of feasibility study and recent report on site selection. Part 3: Train derailment just outside back door of KNTV studios (silent); Santa Clara University Broncos coach Sal Taromina comments on score to settle with UCLA; Pete Leslie lists golf courses open for play this weekend; Paralympic medalist Greg Jensen talks about upcoming California Wheel Chair Games.
Notes on original container: r01: A C; r02: D-F; r03: E G I
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