KNTV Channel 11 News Reels August 22, 1966
KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for August 22, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Funeral services for retired Superior Court Judge William James at Scottish Rite Temple; City Manager A. P. "Dutch" Hamann presents information to City Council concerning proposal for sports arena in San Jose or Santa Clara; first annual International Amateur White-Water Slalom Races near Tahoe City. Part 2: Interview with San Jose State College Student Un-American Activities Committee founders Ira Meltzer and Phillip Whitten Part 3: Pioneer 7 orbit information being handled at the Hypervelocity Free Flight Institute at Ames Research Lab, Moffett Field, with project manager Charles Hall (silent); fire at Tahoe Manor apartment building in San Jose's Eastside (silent); Santa Clara woman Audrey Demarias dies after car swerves off Warm Springs Road near Fremont (silent); interview with General Electric Chief Negotiator Rod Fagan re negotiations with local machinists union Part 4: Santa Clara County nurses meet at San Jose Auditorium to approve a new two-year contract with hospital, averting a strike (silent); California Nurses Association attorney David Lahee explains the terms of the contract.
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