Lyndon Johnson; Braj Kumar Nehru; Admiral Hyman Rickover; Ray Bliss; Dean Burch; Hubert[...]
(1) Republican National Committee Chairman Dean Burch announcing resignation (1/12). (2) Ohio chairman Ray C. Bliss accepting chairmanship of the Republican National Committee (1/12). (3) President Johnson presents the Enrico Fermi Award, the government's highest atomic science award, to Vice Adm. Hyman G. Rickover, "father of the atomic submarine" (1/14). (4) Rickover's response (1/14). (5) Rep. Edwin E. Willis (D-LA), chairman of the House Un-American Activities Committee, announces an investigation into the activities of the Ku Klux Klan (3/30). (6) Rep. Charles L. Weltner (D-GA), who urged the investigation, remarks on the menace of the Klan (3/30). (7) Sen. Joseph S. Clark (D-PA) urges streamlining of congressional operations, others also comment (5/7). (8) Sen Thomas J. Dodd on peaceful, non-military workers in South Vietnam (5/7). (9) President Johnson urges North Vietnam to negotiate, "And it would clearly be in the interest of North Vietnam to now come to the conference table" (5/7). (10) Spokesman for International Volunteer Service on peaceful work in South Vietnam (5/7). (11) Vice-President Hubert H. Humphrey on Dominican intervention, Vietnam policy, on poll tax (5/8). (12) Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton on Republican party ideology, speaking at a news conference after addressing a closed breakfast session of House Republicans (8/30). (13) Braj Kumar Nehru, Indian ambassador to the U.S. remarks on the India-Pakistan war at an appearance at the National Press Club (9/15) (14) Rep. Edward Hebert (D-LA) on Defense Secretary McNamara's plan to merge the National Guard and Army Reserve (8/12). (15) Vice-president Humphrey on the neighborhood youth corps program (9/17). (16) House Speaker John McCormick (D-MA) on Francis X. Morrisey, nominated by President Johnson for appointment as a federal district judge. (10/12). (17) Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) on Morrisey. (10/16). (18) Comedian Jimmy Durante disputing arguments that Leif Erickson and not Columbus may have discovered America (10/12). (19) Former Marine Sgt. Carl H. Buck, cleared of theft charges after a 13-year fight, pardoned by President Johnson (9/24).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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