Miscellaneous news bulletins from 1963
(1) Jerry Landay reports a rumor from a reliable source that Richard Nixon is planning to move from California to New York and join a law firm there (April 1963). (2) Rod McLeish reports: President Kennedy meeting with two top Common Market officials about tariff cuts; Sir Winston Churchill stepping down from the House of Commons; Sterling Moss, British racing driver, retiring after serious accident (May 2, 1963). (3) Jim Anderson reports that Canada and Britain have agreed to pool military research and development in the future. (4) Bernard Redmont reports that France is planning thermonuclear testing in the Polynesian Islands; French businessmen are quietly planning more trade with Communist China; France may entirely abolish the military draft; (5) European observers are predicting a delay in tariff-slashing negotiations scheduled for May 16 in Geneva (Rod McLeish); (6) Senator Thomas H. Kuchel (R-CA) decries the “Fright Peddlers, such as the John Birch Society.(7) Gov. George Romney of Michigan says he’s not a candidate for the presidency in 1964, wants a coalition of states to “retard the concentration of power in the central government of t his country.” (8) Jerry Landay reports Nixon’s move to New York is now official, Gov. Nelson Rockefeller comments (May 3, 1963). (9) Portion of “Washington Viewpoint” interview with Senator Mike Mansfield (D-MT), with Anne Corrick and Jim Snyder.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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