John F. Kennedy Beepers: Sid Davis and others

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(1) Hearty welcome for the Kennedy’s in Texas, although not universal. (2) Kennedy’s indirect criticism of Goldwater, listed his administration’s achievements (two versions). (3) The news of the shooting reaches the place where Kennedy was expected to speak. Jim Snyder questions Sid Davis in Dallas. (4) Condolences sent from West Germany (Two versions, Ed de Fontaine). (5) Description of downtown Chicago as news of the shooting spreads. (6) Unidentified police officer’s conversation with Barry Goldwater. (7) Unidentified: “It is unthinkable to me that such a thing can happen in America in these days.” (8) Unidentified: “There are no words adequate to describe this shocking, meaningless thing.” (9) How the news reached Rome and the response (George Armstrong). (10) Unidentified: “I’m deeply grieved because I knew the president intimately.” (11) Response at the United Nations (Oscar Rose). (12) Statement from Robert McNamara, Secretary of Defense. (13) Dallas’ history of hostility to the Kennedy administration, Johnson sworn in. (A "beeper" is a telephone interview or report.)
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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Catalog Key: bcast-077312; Other: 0492-MMC

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