Voice cuts: Vance Hartke; John L. Lewis
(1) President Dwight D. Eisenhower at a news conference, asked if a steel strike might upset the current economic recovery (7/8). (2) Bartley Crum, a New York lawyer, and Edward Bennett Williams, attorney for Teamsters President James R. Hoffa, testify before the Senate rackets committee (5 cuts, 7/13). (3) James R. Hoffa, president of the Teamsters Union, denies and defies during a nearly nine-hour session testifying before the Senate rackets committee (6 cuts, 7/14). (4) KDKA's Bill Steinbach reports on the looming steel strike (7/14). (5) Sen. Steve Young (D-OH) praises Eisenhower for his efforts to avert the steel strike (7/14). (6) President Eisenhower's news conference on the first day of the steel strike, hopes free bargaining will succeed, says present conditions do not warrant invoking Taft-Hartley (6 cuts, 7/15). (7) Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-TN) remarks on the "stark reality" of a steel strike (7/15). (8) Sen. Vance Hartke (D-IN) remarks on his bill to exempt newscasts from the "equal time" provision, on home rule for the District of Columbia (7/15). (9) Rep. James Roosevelt (D-CA) remarks on labor-management controls bill (7/17). (10) Rep. Carroll D. Kearnes (R-PA) remarks on the labor-management controls bill, "Hoffa has won his greatest victory" (7/17). (11) Sen. Wayne Morse (D-OR) has no interest in running for the Democratic presidential nomination (2 cuts, 7/21). (12) John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, on mine safety legislation (2 cuts, 7/21). (13) Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell on the steel strike (2 cuts, 7/21).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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