Special show: Outlook for 1964
Unedited audio. Statements from unidentified congressmen on the outlook for 1964: (1) population increase; (2) civil rights legislation; (3) hospital care for the elderly; (4) economic prospects; (5) full employment for Americans. Brief announcement of congressional approval to put JFK's profile on fifty-cent coins. A report from Dick Moore in Dallas, concerning the trial of Jack Ruby (low sound). Ann M. Corrick report (begins in mid-sentence) on President Johnson's appeal to Congress for a full budget. Jim Snyder reports on the closing and consolidation of Navy shipyards. Two reports from Pete Clapper (one begins in mid-sentence) about foreign aid appropriations. Sid Davis reports on meeting between New York mayor Robert Wagner and President Johnson. Tom Bryson reports on the unexpected appearance of Senator Clair Engle in Congress to vote. Jim Snyder remark on civil rights (begins in mid-sentence). Silence after 16:40. Last few minutes seem to pick up sound from the other side of the original tape.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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sound tape reel
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Catalog Key: bcast-076900; Other: 0492-MMC
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