Senator Edward Kennedy; Charles Halleck; Willard Wirtz training for school drop outs
(1) Rep. Charles S. Joelson (D-NY) calls for a House Un-American Activities Committee investigation of right-wing groups (3 cuts, 11/17). (2) Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz remarks on a work-training program for unemployed young men and women aged 16 to 21, especially aimed at school dropouts (5 cuts, 11/19). (3) Don Reynolds, a Maryland insurance agent, testifies against Bobby Baker during a hearing of the Senate Rules committee (12/1). (4) Senator-elect Robert Kennedy at the dedication Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC (12/2). (5) President Johnson presiding at the ground-breaking ceremony for the Kennedy Center (12/2). (6) Bobby Baker, former secretary of the Senate Democratic majority, declines to testify at Senate investigation; Sen. Carl Curtis (R-NE) loses his temper (12/2). (7) Matthew McCloskey, Philadelphia businessman and former Democratic national treasurer, denies any kickback on the contract for Washington's $17-milion stadium (12/2). (8) President Johnson's remarks at the 175th Anniversary Convocation of Georgetown University (12/3). (9) Acting Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach says there has been compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act but that "citadels of bigotry don't crumble overnight" (2 cuts, 12/8). (10) Gunnar Jahn, chairman of the Nobel Committee, presents Martin Luther King with the Nobel Peace Prize; King's acceptance speech (12/10). (11) President Johnson announces the resignation of Luther Hodges as Secretary of Commerce (12/16). (12) Sen. Edward M. Kennedy leaves Boston hospital after recovering from a broken back suffered in a plane crash June 19 (12/16). (13) Rep. H.R. Gross (R-IW) on the extravagant cost of the Rayburn Office Building (12/8). (14) Rep. Charles A. Halleck (R-IN) will fight efforts to oust him as House Minority Leader (12/21).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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