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#13472: NEWS,THE
1960-09-11, , min.
Newscaster

Hurricane Donna warning reports; headed towards the Northeast. 

Included is a commercial for Playtex Girdles.                         
#15917: NEWS,THE
1968-10-28, , min.
Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey

Vietnam peace efforts
Czechoslovakia
Humphrey in Ohio, Nixon in New York
New York voting poll
Olympics report
West Germany news
Stock market report                        
#16038: NEWS,THE
1969-01-02, , min.
Richard Nixon, Ralph Nader

News events of the day, Doctor gives President Nixon clean bill of health, but weight needs to be watched, Viet Cong ends a three-day ceasefire, Ralph Nader is appointed to a three year term at the National Motor Vehicle Safety Council.                        
#16045: NEWS,THE
1969-01-06, , min.
Announcer

News of the day,  Allegheny flight 737 crashes on its approach to Bradford, Pennsylvania, killing 11 people on board. 
#16047: NEWS,THE
1969-01-07, , min.
Robert F. Kennedy, Sirhan Sirhan

Trial begins in the case of Sirhan Sirhan for the June 5th, 1968 murder of Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Robert F. Kennedy.               
#16053: NEWS,THE
1969-01-08, , min.
Announcer

News events of the day. The USS submarine San Francisco collides with an undersea mountain, South of Guam. One man is killed. 
#16086: NEWS,THE
1969-01-17, , min.
Lyndon Johnson, Eric Sevareid, Frank Reynolds

The Vietcong insists on removal of all US troops at Paris peace talks. Senators say goodbye to President Johnson, LBJ gives farewell speech, comment on LBJ by Frank Reynolds, LBJ quips, comment on LBJ by Eric Sevareid.  
#16118: NEWS,THE
1969-02-08, , min.
Announcer

The Allende meteorite explodes as it enters the atmosphere over Mexico. The final edition of the Saturday Evening Post is published. 
#16152: NEWS,THE
1969-02-25, , min.
Richard Nixon, Dwight Eisenhower

Former President Dwight Eisenhower recovers from surgery to remove scar tissue from intestine, President Nixon spends third day of his European trip in London.
#16153: NEWS,THE
1969-02-26, , min.
Richard Nixon

Faulty exhaust pipes force General Motors to recall 2.5 million Chevys in the US, President Nixon flies from London to Bonn, West Germany as a stop on his European tour. 
#16160: NEWS,THE
1969-03-02, , min.
Richard Nixon

Commentary on President Nixon's  European trip.      
#16169: NEWS,THE
1969-03-04, , min.
James McDivitt

The Apollo 9 astronauts second day in orbit, border clash between China and USSR.      
#16177: NEWS,THE
1969-03-27, , min.
Dwight Eisenhower

Former President Dwight Eisenhower resting comfortably, all volunteer army is being studied.        
#16186: NEWS,THE
1969-04-04, , min.
Martin Luther King

First anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's death. First anniversary tributes in various US cities.         
#16193: NEWS,THE
1969-04-08, , min.
Haskell Karp

Heart transplant patient Haskell Karp has died. Unemployment rate rose to 34% in March according to the Labor Department.      
#16194: NEWS,THE
1969-04-09, , min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon tries to gain confidence of the black community.
He sends Director of Emergency Preparedness to Midwest concerning the Spring floods.     
#16195: NEWS,THE
1969-04-10, , min.
Charles DeGaulle

French President Charles DeGaulle threatens resignation if voters don't approve his referendum. 200 students arrested in Harvard University rioting. 
#16200: NEWS,THE
1969-04-14, , min.
Richard Nixon, Sirhan Sirhan

Sirhan Sirhan trial goes to the jury. An increase to Social Security. President Nixon asks for a billion dollars to fight crime.
#16203: NEWS,THE
1969-04-24, , min.
Richard Nixon

United States tells Hanoi they are ready to begin political and military peace talks, President Nixon asks for postal rate hikes.
#16205: NEWS,THE
1969-04-25, , min.
Charles DeGaulle

Ranking Democrats urge party reform, President DeGaulle makes television appearance urging voters to accept his referendum.       
#16207: NEWS,THE
1969-04-26, , min.
Announcer

The play "George M" closes at the Palace Theatre in New York City after 435 performances. "Celebration" closes at the Ambassador Theatre in New York City after 110 performances.    
#16211: NEWS,THE
1969-04-27, , min.
Charles DeGaulle

Charles DeGaulle resigns after his referendum for constitutional reform is defeated. 
#16213: NEWS,THE
1969-04-28, , min.
Richard Nixon, Charles DeGaulle

Richard Nixon expresses regret over Charles DeGaulle's resignation. in Tokyo, students walk on tracks, stopping railroad.  
#16215: NEWS,THE
1969-04-29, , min.
Georges Pompidou

B-52 bombers bomb near the Cambodian border, Georges Pompidou announces candidacy for French President.             
#16216: NEWS,THE
1969-04-30, , min.
Pope Paul VI

France bars May Day activities, Pope Paul installs 33 new Cardinals.      
#16217: NEWS,THE
1969-05-01, , min.
Announcer

May Day activities in Europe. More Vietnam casualties reported.
#16218: NEWS,THE
1969-05-02, , min.
Richard Nixon

Los Angeles, California named pornography center of world. President Nixon tries to stop flow of obscenity through the mail.  
#16220: NEWS,THE
1969-05-04, , min.
John Ferguson

The Montreal Canadians win the Stanley Cup, defeating the St. Louis Blues 2-1 in St. Louis for a four game series sweep. John Ferguson scores the winning goal. "No Place To Be Somebody" premieres in New York City.        
#16221: NEWS,THE
1969-05-05, , min.
Abe Fortas

The United States deescalates in North Vietnam. The USS New Jersey arrives from Near East. Congress protests over outside interests of judge Abe Fortas.  
#16222: NEWS,THE
1969-05-07, , min.
Richard Nixon, Alan Shepard, Abe Fortas

Congress puts pressure on judge Abe Fortas to resign. Astronaut Alan Shepard rejoins astronaut ranks. Richard Nixon plans to give free food stamps to low income Americans.           
#16224: NEWS,THE
1969-07-21, , min.
Richard Nixon, Edward Kennedy

Senator Edward Kennedy charged with leaving the scene of an accident, President Nixon to tour Asia.
#16225: NEWS,THE
1969-07-22, , min.
Edward Kennedy, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Mary Jo Kopechne

Stock prices sink to new low. Apollo 11 crew headed home. Funeral services for Mary Jo Kopechne who was riding in car with Senator Edward Kennedy.      
#16227: NEWS,THE
1969-07-31, , min.
Pope Paul VI, Richard Nixon

President Nixon visits India, Pope Paul visits Uganda to try and get peace talks started between Nigeria and Biafra. 
#16230: NEWS,THE
1969-08-01, , min.
Richard Nixon, Edward Kennedy, Mary Jo Kopechne

President Nixon visits Pakistan. Senator Edward Kennedy says he will cooperate in Mary Jo Kopechne death investigation.
#16232: NEWS,THE
1969-08-02, , min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon visits Romania. 
#16233: NEWS,THE
1969-08-04, , min.
Richard Nixon, Willie Stargell

President Nixon returns from his tour. Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates is the first hitter to hit a home run out of Dodger Stadium. 
#16234: NEWS,THE
1969-08-05, , min.
Richard Nixon

Hanoi releases three American prisoners of war, President  Nixon contemplating more Vietnam troop withdrawals.       
#16238A: NEWS,THE
1969-10-15, , min.
Announcer

Moratorium Day protests across US, New York Mets take 3-1 World Series lead with a 2-1 win in game 4 over the Baltimore Orioles. 
     
#16239: NEWS,THE
1969-10-15, , min.
John Lindsay, Jacob Javits

Moratorium Day protests in Washington Square Park in New York City to end Vietnam war. Mayor John Lindsay and New York Senator Jacob Javits attend.       
#16241: NEWS,THE
1969-11-28, , min.
Spiro Agnew

Vice President Spiro Agnew receives a 64% approval rating among US public, NASA releases second set of Apollo XII films.
#16243: NEWS,THE
1969-12-01, , min.
Richard Nixon, William Calley

My Lai massacre investigation, President Nixon plans continued troop withdrawals. 
#16245: NEWS,THE
1969-12-02, , min.
Richard Nixon

The House passes a resolution to support President Nixon's Vietnam peace efforts. South Vietnamese government announces casualties inflicted this week by Viet Cong. 
#16248: NEWS,THE
1969-12-03, , min.
Spiro Agnew

15% increase approved for Social Security. North Korea releases three American helicopter crewmen. Vice President Agnew discusses reasons to stay in Vietnam.
#16252: NEWS,THE
1969-12-04, , min.
Ronald Reagan

United States and South Vietnam to observe ceasefire on Christmas and New Year's Day. Ronald Reagan to run for reelection as California Governor.    
#16253: NEWS,THE
1969-12-05, , min.
William Calley

Lt. William Calley testifies before army board regarding My Lai incident. Viet Cong to observe truce for Christmas and New Year's holidays.     
#16254: NEWS,THE
1969-12-06, , min.
Rolling Stones

300,000 attend Altamont free concert in California featuring the Rolling Stones. Concert is marred by violence and four deaths.   
#16260: NEWS,THE
1969-12-09, , min.
Richard Nixon, William Peers, Archies

President Nixon will make another Vietnam troop withdrawal report before Christmas. Lt.General William Peers testifies before House sub-committee study of My Lai. "Sugar, Sugar" by the Archies a big hit in the United Kingdom.  
#16261: NEWS,THE
1969-12-10, , min.
Mary Jo Kopechne, William Calley

Army conducts study of first My Lai investigation. The first investigation concluded there was no massacre. Pennsylvania judge denies an autopsy on the body of Mary Jo Kopechne. 
#16263: NEWS,THE
1969-12-12, , min.
Spiro Agnew, William Calley, David Mitchell

Vice President Agnew criticizes Democratic Senators for worrying more about their political future than inflation.
Lt. William Calley and Sgt.David Mitchell are charged in My Lai massacre. 
#16265: NEWS,THE
1969-12-14, , min.
Jackson Five, Ec Sullivan

La Strada opens and closes for one performance at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in New York City. The Jackson Five makes their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.        
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