UNIQUE in the WORLD audio air check recordings by 20-year-old Phil Gries, archiving the first, second bulletins & initial NBC TV broadcast coverage of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Not recorded by NBC or any other resource in the country.
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1124 records found for NEWS,THE 1950-10-24, , min. Establishment of United Nations declared. 1950-10-25, , min. Soldiers begin firing artillery shells into Chinese territory following their arrival. 1951-03-02, , min. Plan to kill Chief of Police fails at last minute in Panama. 1951-05-00, , min. 1951-07-03, , min. Sam Snead wins his third PGA C'Ship golf title by defeating Walter Burkemo at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania. 1952-07-27, , min. Swedish race walker John Mikaelsson won back-to-back gold medals in the 10K event at the Helsinki Olympics. He won the corresponding race in London in 1948. 1952-08-11, , min. 1953-05-11, , min. The Soviet Union's Andrei Gromyko comments on the Korean war. 1954-09-00, , min. The latest news and sports. 1954-11-00, , min. The latest news from NBC radio news.
Host: Morgan Beatty. 1955-10-00, , min. In January, 1955, the US Congress passed "The Formosa Resolution." It gave President Eisenhower the authority to
defend Taiwan. The United States actively defended the Republic Of China. When the United States arranged to re-supply ROC garrisons on Jinmen and Mazu, it eased the crisis and brought it to an end. 1956-01-11, , min. News of the Calderonista invasion of Costa Rica. 1956-02-09, , min. President Eisenhower goes to hospital, news on the Dr. Jonas Salk polio vaccine. 1958-12-19, , min. Topics: Newspaper strike, US launches four-ton satellite into space. One hour, 40 minute orbit around earth. President Eisenhower's voice can be heard coming from satellite via a tape recorder. Hear voice transmission "America's wish for peace on earth, and goodwill toward men everywhere." 1960-09-11, , min. Hurricane Donna warning reports; headed towards the Northeast.
Included is a commercial for Playtex Girdles. 1963-10-26, , min. The United States performs an underground nuclear test at Fallon, Nevada. Soviet Prime Minister Khrushchev announces the Soviet Union will not get involved with the United States in the race to put the first man on the moon. 1963-10-27, , min. NHL star Gordie Howe scores his 544th career goal in a 6-4 loss to the Montreal Canadians. 1963-10-27, , min. 1963-11-02, , min. President John F. Kennedy learns of the deaths of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem and his brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu in the coup led by General Duong Van Minh. Kennedy was doubtful of CIA accounts that the two leaders had committed suicide while in custody.
1963-11-04, , min. President Kennedy records his concerns concerning a military coup in South Vietnam that ousted President Diem. It was a precursor to the US-Vietnam war. 1964-06-06, , min. The Beatles arrive in the Netherlands. 1964-06-07, , min. Jack Ruby appears before the Warren Commission. Nelson Mandela begins 27 year jail term. Beatles on Ed Sullivan Show. 1966-01-02, , min. Transit strike begins in New York City. Green Bay Packers defeat Cleveland Browns 23-12 to win NFL championship game. 1966-06-11, , min. 1966-06-14, , min. 60 injured as Dutch police beat construction workers. The Vatican ruled reading books listed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum would no longer be a violation of church law. 1966-06-21, , min. The film adaptation of "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?" Premiered at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood, California.
1967-01-09, , min. Jack Ruby dead. Adam Clayton Powell is excluded from his seat in the House Of Representatives amid charges of corruption. 1967-05-31, , min. Indianapolis 500 Auto Race: AJ Foyt wins his third Indianapolis 500 race. 1967-06-07, , min. In Mid-East news, Israel captures Wailing Wall in East Jerusalem, Jericho, and Bethlehem. 1968-10-28, , min. Vietnam peace efforts
Humphrey in Ohio, Nixon in New York
New York voting poll
West Germany news
Stock market report 1969-01-02, , min. 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. 1969-01-06, , min. News of the day, Allegheny flight 737 crashes on its approach to Bradford, Pennsylvania, killing 11 people on board. 1969-01-07, , min. Trial begins in the case of Sirhan Sirhan for the June 5th, 1968 murder of Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Robert F. Kennedy. 1969-01-08, , min. News events of the day. The USS submarine San Francisco collides with an undersea mountain, South of Guam. One man is killed. 1969-01-17, , min. 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. 1969-02-08, , min. The Allende meteorite explodes as it enters the atmosphere over Mexico. The final edition of the Saturday Evening Post is published. 1969-02-25, , min. Former President Dwight Eisenhower recovers from surgery to remove scar tissue from intestine, President Nixon spends third day of his European trip in London. 1969-02-26, , min. 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. 1969-03-02, , min. Commentary on President Nixon's European trip. 1969-03-04, , min. The Apollo 9 astronauts second day in orbit, border clash between China and USSR. 1969-03-14, , min. President Nixon approves modified anti-ballistic missile system to safeguard weapons, not cities. 1969-03-27, , min. Former President Dwight Eisenhower resting comfortably, all volunteer army is being studied. 1969-04-04, , min. First anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's death. First anniversary tributes in various US cities. 1969-04-08, , min. Heart transplant patient Haskell Karp has died. Unemployment rate rose to 34% in March according to the Labor Department. 1969-04-09, , min. President Nixon tries to gain confidence of the black community.
He sends Director of Emergency Preparedness to Midwest concerning the Spring floods. 1969-04-10, , min. French President Charles DeGaulle threatens resignation if voters don't approve his referendum. 200 students arrested in Harvard University rioting. 1969-04-14, , min. Sirhan Sirhan trial goes to the jury. An increase to Social Security. President Nixon asks for a billion dollars to fight crime. 1969-04-24, , min. United States tells Hanoi they are ready to begin political and military peace talks, President Nixon asks for postal rate hikes. 1969-04-25, , min. Ranking Democrats urge party reform, President DeGaulle makes television appearance urging voters to accept his referendum. 1969-04-26, , min. 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.
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