Arthur Goldberg reports at White House on Vietnam peace feeler trip to Europe

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(1) Arthur J. Goldberg, US Ambassador to the United Nations, at White House remarks on his trip to Europe as part of the US diplomatic peace offensive (1/4). (2) Gardner Ackley, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, on U.S. Steel structural steel price boost (1/5). (3) Ralph Blumberg, the owner of a Bogalusa, LA radio station, testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee on Klan oppression of his radio station (1/5). (4) Dr. Irving L. Freed of Baltimore on new pills that cure hangovers developed by researchers at Washington's Howard University and the University of Maryland (1/5). (5) Rep. James H. Scheuer (D-NY) outlines proposal for a subprofessional training program for a million "hardcore" unemployed to fill government-financed jobs (1/6). (6) Sen. Clifford Case (R-NJ) on Robert G. “Bobby" Baker tax indictments (1/6). (7) Warren P. Gullander, president of the National Association of Manufacturers, on industry compliance with nondiscrimination in hiring; government interference with prices (1/6). (8) Representatives Albert Quie (R-MN) and Charles Goodell (R-NY), members of the House Education and Labor committee, propose a new format for anti-poverty war (1/6). (9) Sen. Harrison Williams Jr. (D-NJ), author of mass transit legislation in 1961 and 1964, on a new plan for solving the problems of commuters (1/6).
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