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KNTV San Jose broadcast news footage for September 2, 1966; may be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. Part 1: San Jose Police Captain William McKenzie asked about police brutality charges in conjunction of arrest of Charles Lee Smith that touched off racial unrest in East San Jose; Dr. George E. Mueller, head of manned space program, visit's Lockheed in Sunnyvale and answers questions about the Apollo program and why the Russians have not had any space spectaculars this year; new teachers hired by the San Jose Unified School District take a school bus ride to get acquainted with the Valley (silent). Part 2: Author of new book on student nationalism in China, Claremont College professor John Israel, is asked whether The Red Guard is a tool of the communist government; John Cassidy, head of local Social Security Office explains enrollment for Medicare's doctor bill insurance program; Santa Clara University football players play to the camera at Buck Shaw Stadium.
Original Film: 16mm
2 Reels of 2
African Americans Civil Rights--California Communism Football Nineteen sixties Police-community relations--United States Space race
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.) San Jose (Calif.) Santa Clara County (Calif.)
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