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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for May 5, 1969; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: Mrs. Bea Martilla explains new Santa Clara County foster home program, focusing on children who are older or have special needs. Part 2: Demonstration by Mexican Americans at San Jose City Hall against police brutality, with speakers at City Council, followed by remarks by San Jose Peace Officers Association attorney Russ Rosler denouncing these sessions. Part 3: Silent footage of fire at First Street and Reed Street in San Jose, and fire at Alpha Beta Meat Plant at San Carlos and Montgomery, arson suspected in both; San Jose State students asked opinions on program to choose representatives from state college campuses to the California State College Board of Trustees; Hollister couple [the Tortorellis] wins $5000 in Shell Oil Company's Mr. President coin game, interviewed at their home.
Original Film: 16mm
3 Reels of 3
Chicano movement--California Nineteen sixties
San Jose (Calif.) Santa Clara County (Calif.)
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