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Newsreel from KNTV San Jose broadcast on November 3, 1965. May be combination of the early and late news, includes national, local, sports and weather. According to early and final news transcripts, stories include first draft of Marines in Oakland today since Korean War; Oakland and Berkeley mayors hint that Viet Nam Day Committee will be allowed to parade on November 20th; panel of 8 students belonging to "Conscience" met with newsmen at Stanford University to outline their plan of action in support of U.S. policy in Viet Nam (silent/sound film); San Jose assemblyman Al Alquist blames Governor Brown for state's refusal to build General Services West building in San Jose (sound film); Salinas Police Department has new portable radar unit to trap speeders (silent film); U.S. Public Health Service foresees increase in influenza during coming winter months (silent film); Monterey-based U.S. Coast Guard cutter La Mar engaged in aiding Cuban refugees to reach Florida; Santa Clara University homecoming (silent film); Stanford looking for fifth win of collegiate football season against Tulane at New Orleans (silent film); national news; blood drives continue at Stanford University for North and South Viet Nam; jury returns guilty verdict of manslaughter in Earlee Thomas murder trial.
Television stations Television broadcasting of news Nineteen sixties Vietnam War, 1961-1975 San Jose (Calif.)--Politics and government
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