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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for May 13, 1969; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: San Jose mayor Ron James explains new 15 minute time limit for discussion at City Council meetings in response to mass demonstrators; Vice Premier of Chad, Pierre Sarria, discusses his visit to San Jose to learn about agriculture and water management programs [he was in town to view farm implements manufactured by FMC]. Part 2: Report from Dick Reizner on observance of Law Enforcement Week at San Jose State; beautification competition for Santa Clara County oil companies, Gilroy Mayor Norman Goodrich one of judges. Part 3: Silent footage of judges at gas stations; fire at 17th Street north of Taylor (silent); San Jose State football team practicing; Art Pollard, head driver for STP's Andy Granatelli, is asked about rumored merger between U.S. Auto Racing Club and Sports Car Club of America.
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