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KNTV News Reels May 9, 1969
KNTV (Television station : San Jose, Calif.)
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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for May 9, 1969; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Fire destroys "Church of Tomorrow" in Chemeketea Park above Los Gatos (silent); reporter Paul Lockwood talks to San Jose City Manager Dutch Hamann about 13-million dollar Guadalupe Freeway deal + outtakes; spokesman Don Small of The Santa Clara County Poor White Organizing Committee talks about their plan of action for housing shortage in San Jose, with silent footage of young girls and their mother at their home. Part 2: Continuation of Don Small and Santa Clara County Poor White Organizing Committee story; Dick Reizner interviews Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garner of Santa Cruz who adopted their fourth child at Santa Cruz Courthouse, and who enjoy adopting minority children; Stanford Coach Peyton Jordan comments on upcoming West Coast Relays [Fresno] and San Jose State sprinters John Carlos' and Lee Evans' prospects.
moving image
Film: 16mm
2 Reels of 2
Nineteen sixties
Time Period
San Jose (Calif.)
Santa Clara County (Calif.)
History San Jose
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