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Reels A-D and E-G of KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for April 11, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to transcript, stories include military regime in Saigon announces general elections; B-52 bomb shortage; low morale in U.S. fighters; Norman Thomas lectures at Stanford; city ownership of San Jose Water Works at City Council meeting; FMC strike goes into second week in San Jose; California Public Utilities Commission accuses Southern Pacific Railroad of downgrading its passenger service; California Youth Symphony Orchestra to tour Mexico.
Black and White 16mm film
2 Reels of 2
1983-68-183 casjhsj_000112_r1; casjhsj_000112_r2
Television stations Television broadcasting of news Nineteen sixties Vietnam War, 1961-1975 San Jose (Calif.)--Politics and government
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