James Meredith announces he will continue at University of Mississippi
(1) Sen. Wayne Morse (D-OR) on settlement of the 29-day, multi-million-dollar Atlantic and Gulf Coast dock workers strike Dock Workers strike (1/21). (2) President John F. Kennedy urges lower taxes to spur the economy (1/17). (3) Excerpt from Kennedy news conference on united action for U.S. and Europe against aggressors, "Acting alone, neither the United States nor Europe could be certain of success and survival" (1/24). (4) Tom Bryson interviews a white University of Mississippi student who tried to befriend James Meredith, the first African American student admitted to the previously racially segregated school (1/30). (5) James Meredith announces he will continue at the University of Mississippi (1/30). (6) Teamster President James R. Hoffa speaks with reporters after a House Labor Committee hearing; unless bonding is obtained by Feb. 8, as required by federal law, Teamster officials will be barred from writing checks (2/1). (7) David L. Lawrence, former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania, is sworn in as chairman of the President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing (2/1). (8) Gen. Earle G. Wheeler, the Army's chief of staff, reports on military action in South Vietnam, "It's a nasty, tough little war" (2/5). (9) President Kennedy welcomes Venezuelan President Romulo Betancourt and family (2/20).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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