Thalidomide Investigation receiving award from John F. Kennedy
(1) Attorney Morris L. Simon tells his client, Paul Crump, that his death sentence has been commuted. (8/1). (2) Paul Crump remarks on his future plans (8/1). (3) Illinois Gov. Otto Kerner explains his reasons for granting clemency to Crump. (8/1). (4) President Kennedy says it is "wholly inexplicable" why the city council of Albany, GA cannot sit down and try to solve racial problems there (8/1). (5) Director John Huston, speaking to BBC radio, about the death of Marilyn Monroe (8/6). (6) James Wolfe, railroad industry spokesman, announces a stringent "anti-featherbedding" layoff plan (8/6). (7) Welfare Secretary Anthony J. Celebrezze remarks on Food and Drug Administration investigations about Thalidomide (8/7). (8) Charles R. Sligh, Jr., executive vice-president of the National Association of Manufacturers, responds to a challenge by AFL-CIO president George Meany to show how profits create jobs (7 cuts, 8/7). (9) Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey receives the nation's highest award for federal civilian service from President Kennedy for blocking the sale of Thalidomide (8/7). (10) Rep. Torbert Macdonald (D-MA) on the need for tighter drug controls (8/9). (11) American Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell, deported from Britain the previous day, remarks on his ideology after arriving at Boston airport (8/9). (12) Former President Herbert Hoover says that Communists have destroyed the usefulness of the United Nations to preserve peace (8/9). (13) Rep. Durward Hall (R-MS) calls the government food stamp plan a political move.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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