News Briefs, including Adam Clayton Powell

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News briefs: (1) Senator Keith Davey resigns from the Annual Canadian Football League (February 23, 1967); (2) Preliminary report of a special investigating board, chaired by Undersecretary of State Nicholas Katzenbach, finds that the CIA acted in accordance with national policies when it gave secret financial aid to a private student organization (February 24, 1967); (3) Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) says there is a need to overhaul the Selective Service System, and offers a five-point plan (February 23, 1967); (4) Unidentified man supports the actions of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison in his pursuit of conspiracies surrounding the assassination of JFK (February 1967); (5) Funds will continue to be available to the Alabama State Welfare Agency, despite violations of the Civil Rights Act (date and speaker unclear); (6) Reporter Stan Brooks introduces live discussion in the House of the report on Adam Clayton Powell (February 23, 1967); House discussion is briefly interrupted by a portion of a news story about men who escaped from the Central State Hospital in Tennessee (February 23, 1967).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
Special Collections and University Archives
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sound tape reel
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Catalog Key: bcast-076956; Other: 0492-MMC

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