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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for September 16, 1979. Accompanying film log lists subjects of rolls as Tenants + Outs (2 reel, Roll A), Bump...Whale (silent, Roll B), Whale Lift (2 reel Roll C), Bump...San Jose (silent, Roll D), San Jose Story (2 reel, Roll E), Bump...Wx (silent, Roll F), Wx (silent, Roll G), Elegant Cars (NATSOF, Roll H). Masking tape on top of film can reads: Janet Gray interview, Asst Downtown, Buses in S.J., Pan of 1st Street Taylor. Part 1 footage includes story on landlords forcing residents out through renovations, Human Relations Commission asking San Jose Council to appeal Judge Allan decision [related to 1979 ]ent-stabilization ordinance for mobile home parks and apartments ; UC Santa Cruz researchers salvaging blue whale carcass at Pescadero State Beach with helicopter airlift. Part 2 footage includes major story on San Jose becoming 3rd largest city in California and the problems a big city faces, with insights from citizens on traffic and planning, as well as on-camera comments by Mayor Janet Gray Hayes. Outtakes of buses on streets, Concours d'Elegance classic car show at Great America.
San Jose (Calif.)--Politics and government Television broadcasting of news Television stations
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