[KNTV News Broadcast October 26, 1965]
Rolls A, B-D, E-F
News reel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on October 26, 1965; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to early news transcript, stories include small turn-out for tax election in Cupertino, Los Gatos and Sunnyvale Elementary School Districts (silent film); Governor Brown asks special session of legislature to correct technical errors in this year's new auto smog laws; assembly passes Medicare bill; heat wave breaks; former San Francisco mayor George Christopher submits his name as candidate for Republican governatorial nomination (sound film); Santa Clara Board of Supervisors votes to deny appeal of Los Gatos Scavenger Company for proposed dump site in Lime Kiln Canyon (silent film); Public Utilities Commission hearing on application of PSA to serve San Jose recesses until November 4th (film); Ampex denied request for a new trial in anti-trust damage award to MVR Corporation; 8th annual Almaden Open Golf Tournament begins Thursday (film); special report on haunted house for Halloween (film). Late news transcript include many of the above stories, with additional national news: Cuban exile attempts to hijack National Airlines flight; school tax measures pass comfortably in today's election (film).
Film cans labeled 10/26/65 A 282; 10/26/65 B-D 282; 10/26/65 E-F 282
3 Reels of 3
Black and White
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