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Reels A-E, F-H and I-J of KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for April 5, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to transcript, stories include Delano grape strikers arrive in Lodi; civil rights demonstrations continue in Lorman, Mississippi; head of San Francisco local painters union shot to death; plumbers union continues in Northern California; FMC machinists strike continues in San Jose; Senator Walter Mondale introduces Fair Warning Act bill; 3 Californians killed in Vietnam; Ames Research Laboratory discusses vertical rising aircraft as solution to California's traffic jams; 2000 vacationing students riot on Santa Cruz beaches; scores of beatniks pushed out of Big Sur.
Television stations Television broadcasting of news Nineteen sixties Vietnam War, 1961-1975 San Jose (Calif.)--Politics and government
San Jose (Calif.) Santa Clara County (Calif.)
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