John F. Kennedy address on Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
(1) Kennedy announces that a nuclear test ban accord has been initialed in Moscow and appeals for Senate ratification. The accord (later known as the Partial Test Ban Treaty) reflects no concession, he says, but “reflects our common recognition of the dangers in further testing.” At the conclusion of the speech, reporter Sid Davis summarizes the speech. (2) Brief news report on an agreement in Philadelphia to employ negroes in the building trade. Philip Savage, Philip Savage, tri-state secretary of the NAACP, comments. Frank Carter, reporter (June 1, 1963). (3) Concluding moments of a "Washington Viewpoint" interview with Robert Slolow, economist with President Kennedy's Council of Economic Advisers, follows. Ann Corrick, reporter.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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Catalog Key: bcast-077401; Other: 0492-MMC
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