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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for September 1, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Local college football players demonstrate their skills (silent) Part 2: Capitola Begonia Festival queen chosen, beauty pageant; San Jose Bees honor West Valley World Champion Colt Baseball team Part 3: San Jose police patrolman Joseph Weinreb discusses efforts to combat public vagrancy and drunkenness in downtown San Jose; State Highway Patrol Commissioner Bradford Crittenden discusses traffic deaths in advance of Labor Day weekend; silent footage of car accident and fatalities. Part 4: San Jose Mayor Ron James accepts newly issued stamps from U.S. Marines commemorating 50th anniversary of Marine Corps Reserve; Stanford University students comment on proposed pass/fail system for freshmen. Part 5: Dr. Philip Lee discusses health issues affecting the poor at a Stanford University student gathering on subject of health programs for the poor; San Jose City Manager A. P. Hamann responds to public concern over proposal to build Swift meat packing plant.
Original Film: 16mm
5 Reels of 5
Baseball teams Beauty Contests Health Nineteen sixties Poverty Public health Stanford University
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