PRESIDENT CLINTON / RFK - MLK MEMORIAL (1994)
MEMBERS OF THE KENNEDY FAMILY JOIN PRESIDENT CLINTON TODAY IN A GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY FOR A MEMORIAL STATUE HONORING ROBERT F. KENNEDY AND MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. THE MONUMENT WILL BE BUILT AT THE SITE WHERE RFK PLEADED FOR CALM AND PEACE IN THE AFTERMATH OF KING'S ASSASSINATION IN 1968. THE STATUE WILL BE MADE OF MELTED DOWN GUNS.. COLLECTED DURING A SPECIAL GUN TURN-IN PROGRAM. IT WAS WHILE CAMPAIGNING FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION IN APRIL OF 1968 THAT KENNEDY TOLD THE CROWD KING HAD BEEN SHOT. KENNEDY HIMSELF WAS KILLED BY AN ASSASSIN'S BULLET TWO MONTHS LATER IN CALIFORNIA. PRESIDENT CLINTON IS EXPECTED TO REMEMBER THE SLAIN LEADERS WITH A CALL FOR AN END TO GUN VIOLENCE.
NEWS; 1968
00:09:03:00,PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, Nixon campaigns. Speaks at New Hampshire primary, Eugene McCarthy shakes hands in streets of New Hampshire, Bobby Kennedy announces candidacy, Johnson gives will not run in 1968 speech, Hubert Humphrey announces candidacy, George Wallace announces candidacy,KING ASSASINATION, Martin Luther King gives final "mountain top" speech, Police and investigators at hotel after King assassination, Cop points to place where King killed, Riots in American streets, on streets of Washington DC, Bobby Kennedy speaks to crowds on King assassination, King funeral. Kennedy, Nixon march in funeral, Sing "We Shall Overcome", Poor peoples march on Washington,BOBBY KENNEDY ASSASINATION, Kennedy gives final speech after California primary, Bobby Kennedy assassination footage, Sirhan Sirhan in custody,VIETNAM, Fighting in streets of Vietnam, Bombers bomb targets in Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson, gives halt in bombing speech, Averell Harriman at Vietnam peace talks,PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, Republican Convention in Miami, Nixon at convention gives peace sign salute, Humphrey and Ed Muskie at convention in Chicago, Nixon gives victory speech, Nixon meets with Johnson at White House,RUSSIANS INVADE CZECHOSLOVAKIA, Russian tanks roll in Prague, Soviets talk in meeting,STUDENT RIOTS, Riots at Columbia University, Riots in San Francisco, Chicago riots, Students riot in Mexico City, to upset Olympics, Cops clash with rioters, Students riot in Paris,FRENCH FINANCIAL CRISIS, Charles DeGaulle gives speech, French stock exchange,USS PUEBLO CREW RETURNED HOME, North Korean prisoners return on plane. Meet families, Rocket launch. Slow motion. Captain Llody Bucher,APOLLO 8, Crew on board Apollo 8, View of lunar surface from Apollo 8, Christmas message from Apollo 8, Capsule floats at sea, recovered, Helicopter lands on carrier, aircraft carrier
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1951 UNIVERSAL NEWS 9
RFK SPEECH
ORIG. COLOR 610 SOF.MAG. VS BLACK MEN HAVING HANDCUFFS, REMOVED BY POLICE. CU POLICE CAR DRIVING AWAY IN TRAFFIC. INTERVIEW SEVERAL DRIVERS OF BEER TRUCKS ABOUT CARRYING GUN FOR PROTECTION. AMBULANCE DRIVING BY, TWO ATTENDANTS CARRY EMPTY STRETCHER INTO BAN- QUET HALL, STOPPED BY POLICE. THEY CLAIM THEY CAME TO GET ROBERT KENNEDY'S BLOOD WHICH HE OFFERED TO THE VIETCONG, STRETCHERS BEARERS AND NURSE ESCORTED OUT OF HALL BY POLICE, GREETED WITH CHEERS OUTSIDE BY ANTI-KENNEDY, PRO-VIETNAM DEMONSTRATORS. INTERVIEW ONE OF STRETCHER BEARERS, CLAIMS SOME PEOPLE SUPPORTING VIETCONG KILLED JFK. INTERVIEW ANOTHER MAN. (DON LOBSINGER, CHAIRMAN OF BREAK- THROUGH) SAYS: " PUT HIS BLOOD WHERE HIS MOUTH IS. " SIGN IN BACKGROUND - " BOBBY KENNEDY. THE PINK PUNK. " CU BOBBY KENNEDY MAKING SPEECH. CU PHILIP HART. VS PEOPLE AT BANQUET KENNEDY IS INTRODUCED. CU PHILIP HART. CU SEVERAL PEOPLE EATING DURING SPEECH. KENNEDY SAYS " WE ARE THE RICHEST NATION IN THE WORLD, BUT OUR GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT INCLUDES SUCH THINGS AS AIR POLLUTION, CIGARETTE ADVERTISING, DEATH ON THE HIGHWAYS, DESTRUCTION OF REDWOODS, PRODUCTION OF NAPALM AND RESEARCH ON THE IMPROVED DISSEMINATION OF THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. IT INCLUDES THE POLICE WHO PUT DOWN THE RIOTS IN OUR CITIES. IT ALSO INCLUDES WHITMAN'S RIFLE AND SPECKS'S KNIFE AND TELEVISION PRO- GRAMS WHICH GLORIFY VIOLENCE. SCENE OF ANTI- KENNEDY, PRO-VIETNAM PICKETS OUTSIDE, MAN DRESSED IN COSTUME OF REVOLUTIONARY WAY DAYS, HANDING OUT LEAFLETS. CI: JUSTICE: POLICE. GEOGRAPHIC: MICH, DETROIT WAR: VIETNAM: DEMONSTRATIONS- (PRO- VIETNAM)- DETROIT, MICHI PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: LOHSINGER, DON. PERSONALITIES: HART, PHILLIP. FASHIONS: COSTUMES- REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIGURES. SIGNS: POLITICAL. TRANSPORTATION: VEHICULAR- AMBULANCE.
Universal Newsreel - Kennedy's body transported by plane, USA; 1963
(Part 4 of 5) Newsreel report on the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as President on Air Force One. The plane arrives in Washington and Kennedy's casket is transferred to a waiting hearse by servicemen representing all the armed forces. One of the Kennedy brothers helps Jacqueline Kennedy down from the lift and the hearse is driven away. USA; 22nd November 1963. (Universal Newsreel_Episode 1963 – ABMA707K)
POP MUSIC
INTERVIEW CONTINUES: Pete Fornatale 36:57 did he do you know if he ever heard it. Did he ever get have in response? Brian Wilson 37:01 I never found out. Pete Fornatale 37:02 Okay, fair enough. What's your favorite movie of all time? Brian Wilson 37:07 My favorite movie? Gosh, I don't know. I mean, think about that. 13 days probably was what my favorite Pete Fornatale 37:15 really? Yeah. Wow. Brian Wilson 37:16 Did You see it? Pete Fornatale 37:17 year you were a little while ago? Brian Wilson 37:19 Yeah. You seen it? Right? Pete Fornatale 37:20 Yeah. Brian Wilson 37:21 Is that one of your favorites? Pete Fornatale 37:22 I wouldn't have come up with that. One of my favorites. I'm more in the Brian Wilson 37:25 third year and Bobby Kennedy was plagued by, you know, wonderful performance for Bobby Kennedy was really wonderful. Pete Fornatale 37:32 Now that's very funny because that event happened in 62. Brian Wilson 37:36 Right? Pete Fornatale 37:37 The Beach Boys were probably Brian Wilson 37:39 just starting out on that rocket during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Yeah, right. Brian Wilson 37:43 You wrote a song on the night JFK was killed Pete Fornatale 37:46 Yeah. Even though, you know, no one would necessarily know from the lyrics that it was. Yeah, that was written. But the feeling you can't that's the thing you do is you capture these emotions. In music, and you certainly did that. Brian Wilson 38:13 Yes I did. Okay. Pete Fornatale 38:16 What about do you go to the movies? Do you go out to a theater or do you rent? Brian Wilson 38:19 You know what we don't we rent movies? We don't go to theaters. Pete Fornatale 38:22 What are your last two or three rounds? Brian Wilson 38:24 Well, we got we bought. We're not cabaret. What's it called? That movie? Where the guy goes to heaven and he goes back down to the Pete Fornatale 38:34 heaven. Heaven can wait with Warren Beatty? No, Brian Wilson 38:37 it was carousel. So we're moving on carousel. Pete Fornatale 38:42 That's that was a Broadway show originally? Is that the one with the soliloquy in it where the guy is going to? He's thinking about having a baby. Brian Wilson 38:50 no not carousel. Pete Fornatale 38:52 What can it be? There's a lot of those movies with not not sixth sence or Brian Wilson 38:59 something. Anyway, forget it. I Pete Fornatale 39:02 can't remember what something else that you do remember renting and liking at home Brian Wilson 39:06 Renting and liking it Pete Fornatale 39:07 Is it a cartoon is it a comedy? Brian Wilson 39:10 the movie Ray? the story of Ray Charles. Yeah, I thought that was pretty cool. Pete Fornatale 39:15 What did you like about it Brian Wilson 39:17 I just liked the way that guy sent sang. You like Ray, he really really got across a vibe. You know about Ray. Pete Fornatale 39:28 I'm getting ahead of myself here. But did you ever have any collaborations with Ray Brian Wilson 39:32 With Ray? I never he played with me one time in 1986 in Honolulu, he played San Jose there and he was one of the one of the acts on the show. That show cost the spirit of rock'n'roll Pete Fornatale 39:45 right because of your position Brian. There are a lot of people that want to meet you. There are probably also people that you want to meet and work with. Brian Wilson 39:55 You know, I wanted to meet Frankie Avalon never got to meet. Really? Yeah, I really wanted to. And then also wanted to meet Chuck Berry and I never got to meet him Pete Fornatale 40:07 man although he's shares a credit on Brian Wilson 40:10 He's got to be in his 80's by now right? Pete Fornatale 40:12 Close to not quite it his longtime collaborator Johnny Johnson, who passed away recently was 80. And he was slightly older than Chuck. So Chuck somewhere Brian Wilson 40:23 78 79 Somewhere in there. Anyway, I never met him and I wished I could have Pete Fornatale 40:29 Is there a television show that you try? Nevertheless? Brian Wilson 40:32 Yeah, Wheel of Fortune believe it or not. I love that show. Pete Fornatale 40:35 Is it vanna white or is it the Brian Wilson 40:37 No you're way ahead of me, aren't you? Pete Fornatale 40:40 Well, I asked you what made you happiest and Brian Wilson 40:42 You enjoy looking at Vanna White's legs when she walks by Pete Fornatale 40:46 Nobody turns those letters. Brian Wilson 40:49 I know. I don't know. Wheel of Fortune Yeah, but you know what? I think a bachelor, the Bachelor is a pretty good TV show. All about all my guys choosing girls choosing guys or actually even girls.
Assassination Of RFK
Moments after celebrating victory in the California primary, Sirhan Sirhan shoots and kills RFK. WS of supporters at Ambassador Hotel victory party. CU of Kennedy at podium with wife Ethel. Dark footage in hotel kitchen shows Kennedy walking through, then wounded on the floor. Quick shots of shocked supporters. Sirhan in custody. Occasionally blurry kinescope. DOC/WA - 1968 - B/W
BOBBY KENNEDY - ASSASSINATION
Vintage film of Bobby Kennedy's assassination at the Ambassador Hotel in downtown in LA, 1968.
POP MUSIC
Pete Fornatale 57:26 Well, you survived it. And I guess went back to let's see that show. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 57:31 Oh, yeah. They threatened not to pay me they call them wanted me to take half my salary for the remaining seven weeks or something. And I said that's, in effect, the opposite of what I'm going to do. So I finally got all my pay. Great, big bruising woman who headed the Writers Guild back then it was wonderful. And she came to my rescue in this specific case and said if they weren't every buddy else on the show, shut down. And remember the writers good. All the Writers Guild members. Don't do it. You're right they're wrong Pete Fornatale 58:10 Nice to have that kind of support. Back to Johnny still in New York. So I guess you came home to New York worked on The Tonight Show for a while. Yeah. Now is the idea of percolating for your own show. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 58:22 Oh, no. No, I said something I would never think of any more than I would think of leading the Philharmonic or something. Pete Fornatale 58:30 When did that happen? Was it the morning show in 68 Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 58:34 it's funny, I only found out recently, I had forgotten this. I did a show with Woody Fraser, who's one of my producers that but before that I was ever having a show. I did a show in five parts called the star in the story. And Ben Johnson was the star who nobody was a bigger star than Ben Johnson in those earlier days and Pete Fornatale 59:00 Red Sox Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 59:01 Yes silly Red Sox. But he was a wonderful guy. He was pleasant to be around for the five days that we did these half hours and maybe it was fewer they brought his hypnotist in. She said go into your van and didn't think explored his childhood friends. That's pretty entertaining idea, but ABC hated it but wanted to know if they could get the guy who was hosting it. Wow. That was little me. Pete Fornatale 59:30 Wow. So that was the morning show and 68 Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 59:35 did they call it the morning show or what did they call it? The daytime? I don't know. It was in the morning. And I remember my first laugh, Pete Fornatale 59:43 which was? Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 59:43 rigid with fear and nerves. I went out to do the first show woody Fraser producing. And what was it? Elmer burrs B. I thought it was a wonderful name out of James Thurber, isn't it? Yes, Elmer birds B was an afraid owl was an ant expert. And Elmer Brisby was on the show along with other guests, of course. And he had those thin plastic things that you can see the ants tunnels in and all and he spoke about them and so on. So they put me there, I was still rigid. And he was my first guest. And when they came back and cued me, I heard myself say, no show is complete without an ant expert. Broke up my producer and of segment of the audience. It was important because I remember that feeling. Does this mean I know how to do this? That's what Johnny does. Comes out and thinks of something and gets Pete Fornatale 1:00:52 apocryphal or not on the day, Bobby Kennedy was killed. You call Johnny for advice? Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:00:59 Oh yes, you're right? Why would I forget that? Yeah, I did. I just said, I don't know what the hell you're supposed to do. was obvious. You couldn't. That was assassination season. There. It was in that period of America's history. And I just thought I better ask him. I remember thinking he might like to be asked, but that I really wanted to know. Do you remember any? I don't remember exactly. But whatever. He said it was the right thing. He said, You have to have to go out there and do the show, Richard. And you don't have to avoid the subject. It's another show. sort of have to make yourself do it on these occasions. And I think just his avuncular advice was, What do you mean by that? I wouldn't name it you. But yeah. And it was nothing unnatural about calling him and we were both from Nebraska. Pete Fornatale 1:02:08 I have another Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:02:09 I have a wonderful article that I've written about Carson and I don't know where to put it. Pete Fornatale 1:02:15 unpublished. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:02:16 Ans don't Say where the moon don't shine. I really don't. Pete Fornatale 1:02:20 That's the first thing on your website. That'll be the first thing you put on your Website Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:02:25 That's right. Pete Fornatale 1:02:26 That's what that's what will make Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:02:27 I had more like the New York Times or Vanity Fair in mind Pete Fornatale 1:02:32 Dick cavett.com No, I'm sorry. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:02:34 it's a website I guess Pete Fornatale 1:02:35 I have another strange memory. And I'm gonna get these all out today, because it was it took this long to get here. I don't know when the next will be. I seem to remember that on the Friday night before you began your late night show on ABC in December of 69. That you guessed hosted Carson. Am I totally crazy that the last time that you did a guest hosting job, or were a guest with Johnny was literally the Friday night before your Monday debut? Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:03:11 Gee that's worth checking. I don't I can I recall hosting that show once from New York. I recall hosting it two nights in a row in California. Always when I didn't have a show of my own. And Pete Fornatale 1:03:33 this will involve a trip to the New York Times. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:03:36 It will suppose there any websites that have all this may be you know, it just may be it strikes me as very strange that it would happen to me to maybe the atmosphere was different in those very different everybody. But Pete Fornatale 1:03:49 the competitiveness was not what it was today that sense of you can't take a goddamn vacation day. Yeah, that exists. Now. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:03:59 I did that with a one with I think we were PBS show we are and I didn't want my secretary informed me one day, this is the 365th day from your last vacation and you haven't had any. And I missed it by a couple more weeks. Because I said okay, if I go with it won't be here. It'll all have been a mistake. There was that, but never did I picture myself in the hot seat, hosting a show. Until after that started the story business and ABC happened to be looking for something to do in the daytime. And there I was Pete Fornatale 1:04:43 well it's like the checkerboard here. We're now jumping to you replacing Joey Bishop which is really what happened. Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:04:50 That happened while I was in London. My first trip to London I couldn't have been more thrilled. And we went to the theater One night. I don't remember what we saw. But a woman in the row behind me said congratulations and I thought thank you and then intermission came and I said, By the way, for what? And she said, well don't you know and I said, No, you're replacing Joey Bishop. No one told me or asked me did I want a late night television show for I made Carson laugh once genuinely hard on the air. And that was such a good feeling. Because I really thought he was wonderful and the idea of breaking him up not in a phony one you know, the person goes off their chair and pounds the floor and end of the show. I was the least significant guest. I was moved down to the end of the couch. And Johnny asked what are you doing next Able and he said, Oh, I got I'm doing a new movie called such and such and Arlene and Arlene had a new series coming along. And Jeff had a fabulous thing coming along. And what about you, Richard? I didn't Have anything I said, I'm working on it. I'm working on a sort of sitcom it's a humorous version of Gilligan's Island Well yes, he exploded Johnny likes to joke that had a target somebody or something he raises he was so good at himself. Pete Fornatale 1:06:42 He raised the bar he set a standard that no one will no one will ever come close to correct Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:06:49 I don't know exactly how and less some some great in a manger somewhere. Successor Pete Fornatale 1:07:00 Nebraska probably. in some fashion. We sometimes take u turns in this show. I think I want to play Bette Midler's Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:07:09 go go Pete Fornatale 1:07:10 good by to to Johnny that last week of his reign on The Tonight Show Dick Cavett (JJ-209) 1:07:14 that gets to me watching it i Pete Fornatale 1:07:17 on mixbag radio.
RFK ASSASSINATION - 2 - 1968
At McCarthy headquarters, students watch television coverage of RFK's assassination.
Assassination Of MLK
The night before Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination he announces, "I've seen the Promised Land." Montage of police at motel assassination site, rioters, police, fires and tear gas. RFK's impromtu plea for peace is used as a voiceover as shots run of King's family viewing the body, RFK and Nixon among crowd marching behind casket. DOC/WA - 1968 - B/W
RFK SPEECH
ORIG. COLOR 610 SOF.MAG. VS BLACK MEN HAVING HANDCUFFS, REMOVED BY POLICE. CU POLICE CAR DRIVING AWAY IN TRAFFIC. INTERVIEW SEVERAL DRIVERS OF BEER TRUCKS ABOUT CARRYING GUN FOR PROTECTION. AMBULANCE DRIVING BY, TWO ATTENDANTS CARRY EMPTY STRETCHER INTO BAN- QUET HALL, STOPPED BY POLICE. THEY CLAIM THEY CAME TO GET ROBERT KENNEDY'S BLOOD WHICH HE OFFERED TO THE VIETCONG, STRETCHERS BEARERS AND NURSE ESCORTED OUT OF HALL BY POLICE, GREETED WITH CHEERS OUTSIDE BY ANTI-KENNEDY, PRO-VIETNAM DEMONSTRATORS. INTERVIEW ONE OF STRETCHER BEARERS, CLAIMS SOME PEOPLE SUPPORTING VIETCONG KILLED JFK. INTERVIEW ANOTHER MAN. (DON LOBSINGER, CHAIRMAN OF BREAK- THROUGH) SAYS: " PUT HIS BLOOD WHERE HIS MOUTH IS. " SIGN IN BACKGROUND - " BOBBY KENNEDY. THE PINK PUNK. " CU BOBBY KENNEDY MAKING SPEECH. CU PHILIP HART. VS PEOPLE AT BANQUET KENNEDY IS INTRODUCED. CU PHILIP HART. CU SEVERAL PEOPLE EATING DURING SPEECH. KENNEDY SAYS " WE ARE THE RICHEST NATION IN THE WORLD, BUT OUR GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT INCLUDES SUCH THINGS AS AIR POLLUTION, CIGARETTE ADVERTISING, DEATH ON THE HIGHWAYS, DESTRUCTION OF REDWOODS, PRODUCTION OF NAPALM AND RESEARCH ON THE IMPROVED DISSEMINATION OF THE BUBONIC PLAGUE. IT INCLUDES THE POLICE WHO PUT DOWN THE RIOTS IN OUR CITIES. IT ALSO INCLUDES WHITMAN'S RIFLE AND SPECKS'S KNIFE AND TELEVISION PRO- GRAMS WHICH GLORIFY VIOLENCE. SCENE OF ANTI- KENNEDY, PRO-VIETNAM PICKETS OUTSIDE, MAN DRESSED IN COSTUME OF REVOLUTIONARY WAY DAYS, HANDING OUT LEAFLETS. CI: JUSTICE: POLICE. GEOGRAPHIC: MICH, DETROIT WAR: VIETNAM: DEMONSTRATIONS- (PRO- VIETNAM)- DETROIT, MICHI PERSONALITIES: KENNEDY, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: LOHSINGER, DON. PERSONALITIES: HART, PHILLIP. FASHIONS: COSTUMES- REVOLUTIONARY WAR FIGURES. SIGNS: POLITICAL. TRANSPORTATION: VEHICULAR- AMBULANCE.
RFK Speaks on the death of MLK
Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Coretta Scott King sitting with her daughter, Bernice. Martin Luther King Jr.'s family; his two daughters, Bernice and Yolanda, his brother, Alfred Daniel Williams King, and his son, Martin Luther King III at funeral for Martin Luther King Jr.; predominantly adult African American men and women sitting behind family. Adult African American male pallbearers carrying coffin through a mixed crowd of African American and Caucasian adult men. U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy (D-NY) and his wife (Ethel) walking through a crowd of predominantly adult African American men; adult African American man leading the Kennedy's through crowd. Kennedy (off camera) speaking on the assassination of King in Indianapolis, Indiana: "Martin Luther King dedicated his life to love and to justice between fellow human beings. He died in the cause of that effort... For those of you who are black and are tempted to be filled with hatred and mistrust of the injustice of such an act, against all white people, I would only say that I can also feel in my own heart the same kind of feeling. I had a member of my family killed, but he was killed by a white man. We have to make an effort in the United States, we have to make an effort to understand, to get beyond these rather difficult times. My favorite poet was Aeschylus. He once wrote: 'Even in our sleep, pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart, until, in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God.' What we need in the United States is not division; what we need in the United States is not hatred; what we need in the United States is not violence and lawlessness, but is love and wisdom, and compassion toward one another, and a feeling of justice toward those who still suffer within our country, whether they be white or whether they be black."
JAMES EARL RAY (1992)
AN INTERVIEW WITH JAMES EARL RAY ABOUT HIS CONVICTION FOR SHOOTING MARTIN LUTHER KING...HE SAYS THAT HE WAS COERCED INTO CONFESSING TO THE SHOOTING...
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DOCUMENTARIES & NEWSREELS
UNIVERSAL NEWS REELS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cue in~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREELS DECEMBER 1963 NARRATED. BLACK AND WHITE FILM TRANSFER. NO TIME CODE. AUDIO CHANNEL ONE, CONTROL TONE CHANNEL TWO. 01:00 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO, 63/11/24. CUT STORY, NOVEMBER 24. LEE HARVEY OSWALD IS SHOT BY JACK RUDY. LAS OF THE RIFLE ALLEGEDLY USED TO KILL PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY BEING HELD UP BY A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL. MS AS AN ARMORED CAR BACKS TO THE DOORWAY AT A DALLAS, TEXAS JAIL. HALLWAY SHOT OF THE SHOOTING. AN AMBULANCE ARRIVES AT A HOSPITAL. 02:15 CUT STORY THE WORLD MOURNS. PRESIDENT KENNEDY FUNERAL AT WASHINGTON, DC. JACQUELINE KENNEDY GETS OUT OF A CAR WITH THE KENNEDY CHILDREN. PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON HOLDS THE CAR DOOR. ROBERT KENNEDY IS PRESENT. JOHNSON PLACES A WREATH AT THE KENNEDY COFFIN IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING. THE KENNEDY FAMILY IS IN THE BG. SHOT OF JACQUELINE KENNEDY AND CAROLINE KENNEDY AT THE COFFIN. CITIZENS PASS THE COFFIN. 04:50 ROBERT, JACQUELINE AND EDWARD KENNEDY WALK, WITH THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE BG. WORLD LEADERS INCLUDING FRENCH PRESIDENT CHARLES DE GAULLE, QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND OF ENGLAND, PRINCE ALBERT OF THE NETHERLANDS WALK ALSO. 05:30 THE COFFIN IS CARRIED INTO SAINT MATTHEWS CATHEDRAL. SHOT OF THE FAMILY IN CHURCH. SHOT OF WORLD LEADERS INCLUDING ETHIOPIAN EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE IN THE CHURCH. VS OF THE CHURCH CEREMONY. 07:30 OUTSIDE THE CATHEDRAL JACQUELINE KENNEDY STOOPS TO SPEAK TO JOHN KENNEDY JUNIOR WHILE HOLDING THE HAND OF CAROLINE KENNEDY. GOOD FAMILY SHOT. JOHN JUNIOR SALUTES, THEN RUBS HIS EYES. 08:30 VS OF CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 10:20 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL LOGO. CUT STORY. PRESIDENT JOHNSON ASSUMES THE BURDEN OF OFFICE. CUTS OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S SPEECH TO CONGRESS IN A JOINT SESSION. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE JOHN MCCORMACK (D-MASS) SITS BEHIND THE PRESIDENT. 11:40 SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ROBERT MCNAMARA, SECRETARY OF STATE DEAN RUSK AND FORMER PRESIDENT DWIGHT EISENHOWER MEET INDIVIDUALLY WITH JOHNSON. JOHNSON MEETS WITH THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFFS INCLUDING GENERAL MAXWELL TAYLOR. 12:30 FTG OF MOURNERS AT PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S GRAVE. 13:00 AT THE JOHNSON WASHINGTON HOME, PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S FAMILY POSE FOR A PORTRAIT. THEY ARE PRESIDENT JOHNSON, CLAUDIA, LADY BIRD, JOHNSON, LINDA BIRD JOHNSON AND LUCY BAINES JOHNSON. VS AS JOHNSON WORKS AT HIS DESK. 13:50 CUT STORY. AIR DISASTER. VS OF THE CRASH SITE OF A TRANS CANADA AIRLINES DOUGLAS DC 8F NEAR MONTREAL, CANADA ON NOVEMBER 29. 63/11/29. 14:45 FOOTBALL, COLLEGE. AUBURN 10, ALABAMA 8. PLAYS BY BUCKEY WADE, TUCKER FREDRICKSON, WOODY WOODALL, JOHN KILGORE, BENNY NELSON AND JOE NAMATH. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 17:35 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. POPE'S PILGRIMAGE. AT THE SECOND VATICAN ECUMENICAL COUNCIL, POPE PAUL THE SIXTH ANNOUNCES HIS VISIT TO PALESTINE THE HOLY LAND. VS OF CARDINALS AND CLERICS AT THE COUNCIL. GOOD SHOTS OF THE POPE. 19:10 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. VIETNAM. VERTOL CH21 HELICOPTER STORY. VS OF A CH21 WITH REFUGEES. A DOWNED CH21 IS REPAIRED. A SIKORSKY CH37 HELICOPTER LIFTS A DAMAGED CH21 AT SEA. STORY ON THE SUBROC ANTI SUBMARINE WEAPON, NUCLEAR WEAPON. UNDERWATER SHOT OF A SUBROC EXITING A TORPEDO TUBE, BREAKING THE SURFACE AND REENTERING THE SEA. 21:40 CUT STORY. HEROES CITED. JACQUELINE KENNEDY ENTERS A ROOM FOR A CEREMONY HONORING SECRET SERVICE AGENT CLINTON HILL WHO JUMPED ONTO THE CAR IN WHICH PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY WAS KILLED. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY DOUGLAS DILLON PRESENTS AN AWARD. PRESIDENT JOHNSON AWARDS AGENT RUFUS YOUNGBLOOD FOR HIS ACTIONS IN PROTECTING JOHNSON IN DALLAS. CUT OF JOHNSON'S SPEECH AT THE CEREMONY. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 22:50 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO. CUT STORY. PRESIDENT'S TRIBUTE. FTG OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S ARRIVAL AT A NEW YORK AIRPORT TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF FORMER NEW YORK GOVERNOR HERBERT LEHMAN. VS OF SECURITY ON PRESIDENTIAL ROUTE. SENATOR JACOB JAVITS (D-NY) GREETS JOHNSON AT TEMPLE EMMANUEL. 25:23 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. MARYLAND. NIGHTS SHOTS OF THE CRASH SITE AT ELKTON, MARYLAND WHERE A PASSENGER JET AIRCRAFT WENT DOWN. DAY SHOTS OF THE SITE. 26:25 VIETNAM. AT A SAIGON AIRPORT. VS OF THE FIRST US MILITARY PERSONS WHO ARE BEING WITHDRAWN TO REDUCE TO 15,000 THE US PRESENCE IN VIETNAM, 63/12/21. THEY BOARD BOEING C135 TRANSPORTS. 27:14 FOOTBALL. NAVY 21, ARMY 15. VS OF A SILENT TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT KENNEDY BEFORE A GAME. PLAYS BY HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER ROGER STAUBACH, CARL STICKWAY, PAT DONNELLY AND DON PARCELLS. 29:50 ANGIE DICKINSON US SAVINGS BOND PROMOTION FOR CHRISTMAS OF 1963. END LOGO. 31:10 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL LOGO CUT STORY. RANSOM FREES FRANK SINATRA, JUNIOR. SHOTS OF SINATRA JUNIOR AT LAKE TAHOE, IN THE HARRAH'S CASINO, ON STAGE. SHOTS OF THE MOTEL KIDNAPPING SITE. SHOT OF COMPANION JOHN FOSS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. VS OF POLICE AT ROADBLOCKS. NIGHT SHOT OF A FRANK SINATRA SENIOR PRESS CONFERENCE AT HIS BEL AIR HOME. SHOTS OF MRS NANCY SINATRA JUNIOR COMMENTS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 33:50 AT THE DIRECTORS GUILD THEATER IN HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA CELEBRITIES ARRIVE FOR A PREVIEW OF THE MOTION PICTURE, CAPTAIN NEWMAN MD, INCLUDING TONY CURTIS, DIRECTOR DAVID MILLER, GREGORY PECK, PRODUCER ROBERT ARTHUR, AUTHOR LEO ROSTIN, SANDRA DEE AND BOBBY DARREN. MERVYN LEROY IS SEATED IN THE AUDIENCE. 34:40 CUT STORY. CHRISTMAS STORY. VS OF CHRISTMAS WINDOW SHOPPERS. NIGHT SHOTS OF STORE DISPLAYS. SHOT OF A CHRISTMAS TREE AT THE BERLIN WALL IN GERMANY. VS AS US SERVICEMEN REFURBISH TOYS FOR GERMAN CHILDREN. IN THE US, CHILDREN LOOK AT TOY DISPLAYS. 36:30 SPORTS. NEW YORK CITY. NAVY FOOTBALL PLAYER ROGER STAUBACH RECEIVES THE HEISMAN TROPHY. VS OF STAUBACH'S PLAYS OF THE SEASON. END LOGO. 37:40 UNIVERSIAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. FLOOD DISASTER STORY ABOUT THE RUPTURE OF THE BALDWIN HILLS DAM IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. SHOTS OF A CRACK IN THE DAM AND THE FOLLOWING FLOOD WATERS. AERIAL SHOTS OF THE FLOOD INCLUDING CARS BEING MOVED BY THE FLOOD WATER. GOOD AERIAL SHOT OF THE RUPTURED DAM AFTER THE FLOOD. VS OF THE CLEANUP. 40:55 CUT STORY. SINATRA KIDNAPPER CAUGHT. FEDERAL BURBAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) AGENTS SEARCH A HOUSE. SHOT OF SUSPECTS BARRY KENNON AND JOSEPH EMSLER IN CUSTODY. SHOTS OF RECOVERED RANSOM. FRANK SINATRA SENIOR IS SEEN AT HIS BEL AIR HOME. FRANK SINATRA JUNIOR HUGS MRS NANCY SINATRA AND HIS SISTER NANCY. 42:06 FOOTBALL GIANTS 33, STEELERS 17 GAME AT YANKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK. PLAYS BY ED BROWN, GARRY BOWMAN, ERIC BARNES, Y A TITTLE, JOHN HENRY JOHNSON, FRANK GIFFORD AND JOE MORRISON. END LOGO. 43:50 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. JOHNSON AT UNITED NATIONS. UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL U THANT GREETS PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND LADY BIRD JOHNSON UPON THEIR ARRIVAL. CUTS OF JOHNSON'S SPEECH ON ENDING THE COLD WAR, ARMS CONTROL AND SOCIAL ISSUES. PAN SHOT OF THE AUDIENCE STANDING AND CLAPPING. 46:30 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. FRANCE. STORY OF A FRENCH MOUNTAIN TOWN IN WHICH THE HABITANTS LIVE TO AN UNUSUALLY OLD AGE. 47:25 ENGLAND. STORY OF A LIFEBOAT THAT IS ABLE TO WITHSTAND FIRE AT SEA. CU OF A POUND OF BUTTER WHICH DID NOT MELT INSIDE THE LIFEBOAT. 48:25 WINTER OLYMPICS. VS AS THE FRENCH SKI TEAM PRACTICE FOR THE 1964 OLYMPICS. GOOD SHOTS OF SKIIERS ON SLOPES. 49:50 END LOGO. UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREELS LOGO CUT STORY. SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS OF 1963. PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY THROWS THE FIRST BALL AT A WASHINGTON / BALTIMORE OPENING GAME. NICE SHOT OF A 35MM MOTION PICTURE CAMERA AND CAMERACREW. BASEBALL. SANDY KOUFAX PITCHES STRIKEOUT RECORD. DODGER JOHNNY ROSEBORO HITS A HOMERUN. TWO SHOT, KOUFAX AND YANKEE WHITEY FORD. KOUFAX STRIKES OUT MICKEY MANTLE. YANKEES LOSE WORLD SERIES IN FOUR STRAIGHT GAMES. GOLF, JACK NICKLAUS WINS THE MASTERS. ARNOLD PALMER HELPS NICKLAUS ON WITH THE MASTERS WINNER SPORTS JACKET. 52:25 JULIUS BOROS WINS THE US OPEN. SHOT OF SWIMMER DON SCHOLLANDER IN WATER AND CUS. 53:40 POLE VAULT RECORD SET BY JOHN PONELL. C K YANG OF UCLA IN DECATHLON EVENTS. 1963 KENTUCKY DERBY, CHATEAUGAY WINS. 1963 BELMONT STAKES, CHATEAUGUA WINS. 55:00 NICE SHOT OF RACEHORSE KELSO WITH A TRAINER. ICE HOCKEY. TORONTO MAPLELEAFS BEAT THE DETROIT RED WINGS FOR THE 1963 STANLEY CUP. NCAA (NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION) BASKETBALL FINALS. CHICAGO'S LOYOLA UNIVERSITY BEATS THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI. 56:10 END NEWSREEL LOGO. CI: PERSONALITIES: ALBERT, PRINCE. PERSONALITIES: ARTHUR, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: BARNES, ERIC. PERSONALITIES: BOROS, JULIUS. PERSONALITIES: BOWMAN, GARRY. PERSONALITIES: BROWN, ED. PERSONALITIES: CURTIS, TONY. PERSONALITIES: DARREN, BOBBY. PERSONALITIES: DEE, SANDRA. PERSONALITIES: DE GAULLE, CHARLES. PERSONALITIES: DICKINSON, ANGIE. PERSONALITIES: DILLON, DOUGLAS. PERSONALITIES: DONNELLY, PAT. PERSONALITIES: EISENHOWER, DWIGHT. PERSONALITIES: ELIZABETH II, QUEEN. PERSONALITIES: EMSLER, JOSEPH. Personalities: FORD, WHITEY. Personalities: FOSS, JOHN. Personalities: FREDRICKSON, TUCKER. Personalities: GIFFORD, FRANK. Personalities: HILL, CLINTON. Personalities: JAVITS, JACOB. Personalities: JOHNSON, JOHN HENRY. Personalities: JOHNSON, LADY BIRD. Personalities: JOHNSON, LINDA BIRD. Personalities: JOHNSON, LUCY BAINES. Personalities: JOHNSON, LYNDON. Personalities: KENNEDY, CAROLINE. Personalities: Kennedy, Edward. Personalities: Kennedy, Jacqueline. Personalities: Kennedy, John (ABOUT). Personalities: KENNEDY, JOHN JR. Personalities: KENNEDY, ROBERT. Personalities: KENNIN, BARRY. Personalities: KILGORE, JOHN. Personalities: KOUFAX, SANDY. PERSONALITIES: LEHMAN, HERBERT (ABOU). PERSONALITIES: LEROY, MERVYN. PERSONALITIES: MANTLE, MICKEY. PERSONALITIES: MCCORMACK, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: MCNAMARA, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: MILLER, DAVID. PERSONALITIES: MORRISON, JOE. PERSONALITIES: NAMATH, JOE. PERSONALITIES: NELSON, BENNY. PERSONALITIES: NICKLAUS, JACK. PERSONALITIES: OSWALD, LEE HARVEY. Personalities: Palmer, Arnold. Personalities: PARCELLS, DON. Personalities: PAUL VI, POPE. Personalities: PECK, GREGORY. Personalities: PONELL, JOHN. Personalities: ROSEBORO, JOHNNY. Personalities: ROSTIN, LEO. Personalities: RUBY, JACK. Personalities: Rusk, Dean. Personalities: SCHOLLANDER, DON. Personalities: SELASSIE, HAILE. Personalities: SINATRA, FRANK. Personalities: SINATRA, FRANK JR. Personalities: SINATRA, NANCY. Personalities: STAUBACH, ROGER. Personalities: STICKWAY, CARL. PERSONALITIES: TAYLOR, MAXWELL. PERSONALITIES: THANT, U. PERSONALITIES: TITTLE, Y.A. PERSONALITIES: WADE, BUCKEY. PERSONALITIES: WOODALL, WOODY. PERSONALITIES: YANG, C.K. PERSONALITIES: YOUNGBLOOD, RUFUS. ADVERTISEMENTS: US SAVINGS BONDS. AIR VIEWS: FLOOD. ASSASSINATIONS: KENNEDY, JOHN. AWARDS: SPORTS, HEISMAN TROPHY. CRIME: KIDNAPPING, SINATRA, FRANK JR. DISASTERS: AVIATION, AFTERMATH. DISASTERS: FLOOD. FUNERALS: KENNEDY, JOHN. FUNERALS: LEHMAN, HERBERT. GOVERNMENT: US. HOLIDAYS: CHRISTMAS. Industries: motion picture. RELIGION: CATHOLIC. Sports: baseball. Sports: basketball, college. SPORTS: FOOTBALL. SPORTS: FOOTBALL, COLLEGE. Sports: golf. SPORTS: HOCKEY. Sports: horse racing. Sports: POLE VAULTING. SPORTS: SKIING. SPORTS: SWIMMING. War: VIETNAM. Weapons: SUBROC. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cue out~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
RFK ASSASSINATION INVESTIGATION
NEW CHARGES OF A POLICE COVER UP IN THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE ASSASSINATION OF ROBERT KENNEDY, AFTER THE RELEASE OF LONG SECRET FILES.
RFK ASSASSINATION - 1968
Moments after concluding his victory speech at the Ambassador Hotel, RFK is assassinated.
Speeches of Robert F. Kennedy - Death of Martin Luther King
BW scenes of civil rights marches, including the one on Selma. Washington DC, smoke from the rioting that occurred after King's death. Riot damaged streets. "Martin Luther King dedicated his life to love and to justice for his fellow human beings, and he died because of that effort. In this difficult day, in this difficult time for the United States, it is perhaps well to ask what kind of a nation we are and what direction we want to move in. For those of you who are black, considering the evidence there evidently is that there were white people who were responsible, you can be filled with bitterness, with hatred, and a desire for revenge." Color footage of police arresting young African American men. Color footage of burning buildings during riots. BW Martin Luther King delivering the "I Have a Dream" Speech in Washington (no audio). Caucasian police officers assaulting black men with pepper spray and billy clubs. " We can move in that direction as a country, in great polarization, black people amongst black, white people amongst white, filled with hatred toward one another. Or we can make an effort, as Martin Luther King did, to understand and to comprehend, and to replace that violence, that stain of bloodshed that has spread across our land, with an effort to understand with compassion and love." RFK Delivering speech. "For those of you who are black and are tempted to be filled with hatred and distrust at the injustice of such an act, against all white people, I can only say that I feel in my own heart the same kind of feeling. I had a member of my family killed," People crying after learning of the assassination of JFK. RFK delivering speech. "but he was killed by a white man. But we have to make an effort in the United States, we have to make an effort to understand, to go beyond these rather difficult times. My favorite poet was Aeschylus."
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INTERVIEW CONTINUES: Pete Fornatale 46:14 just beautiful. You know, the arguments about whether Dylan can sing or not saying he's a stylist, but when someone with a voice Dion 46:24 I think Dylan has a beautiful voice maybe listen to slow train come if he wanted to sing it sing, you know, he could. You know, he's, he's a funny if he ever came out and did a concert and just, I mean, actually sang the melody to something like, you know, come gather around you wherever you are. If he ever did to melody, they'd have to rebuild Madison Square Garden. Pete Fornatale 46:54 I know what you're saying. And, you know, I mean, you can have that conversation about Leonard Cohen, you could have that conversation about Tom Waits. These guys are giants. And when they do their own material, you're privileged to be witnessing it. But when someone with an instrument like yours, when Judy Collins does, just like Tom thumb's blues, it's, it's transcended what you just did with one too many mornings is transcendent. Dion 47:20 Well, I you know, I never considered myself having a voice. I consider myself I love to sing. And I don't mean that as a put down to myself, I think I'm a rhythm singer. So I try to sing like in I can't hold notes. So I get off on quick. You know what I mean? I you know, to me people with a voice, they hold notes, and sometimes even have tremolo that's why I liked Hank Williams. When I first heard Hank Williams, you know, see, I used to go to Italian weddings coming from the Bronx. And well, here I am growing up in the Bronx, and this little Italian section, I go to weddings, you know, my uncle Frank would get on stage and he'd sing his throat with a girl. That's the ugliest thing I ever saw in my life. So when I heard Hank Williams, you know, hone down on round. Tom, you know, he was like, had no tremolo at all. And he would bite the last word of every sentence and rip it off. And I'd go wow, that is cool. I just, you know, and the words would teach you how to live. This was something Yeah, this is something to listen to. Yes, they Well, that's what roped me in. Pete Fornatale 48:40 I want to get this out of the way because it's something someone mentioned to me. Is there any way with this record? Bronx in blue, that you're distancing yourself from rock and roll? Dion 48:51 Absolutely not. This is just, you know, you know, a lot of people see I've been reading, I did a few shows in New York. And I was reading some of the, the reviews or people interpreting what I was doing. And a lot of people get it. They just, they just, they tie in into everything I've done, you know, in ways. And if I sat in a room and sang songs that I that Phil Spector produced, I mean, songs that, you know, my songs that Phil Spector produced or sang songs that I did with a group, you know, from the Bronx vocal group, or I did. What, whoever was better if I sit in a room and sang all those songs with my guitar, it all sounds like Dion music. It's just like, you know, this album just is cut back. It doesn't have it's not produced. It's just done. Pete Fornatale 49:49 That is the way it should be. You you, you have a palette of many colors. Did you ever sing opera? That's the only thing I told you. Dion 49:57 I can't hold notes. So I would I would conduct Pete Fornatale 50:02 that's the only form I made a list of things that you've done songs and or albums about. And here's the list, blues, country, folk, rock and roll, folk rock, gospel, jazz standards, you know your way around a standard, where or when, in the steal of the night, those were as legitimate Dion 50:26 as they were when was a real stretch, a real stretch because, well, it's a song I would have never seen never. But the guy who own glory records at the time, Alan Sussel, it was his favorite song. And I really loved the man. And I said, we got to do an arrangement. And so I just stretched, you know, in fact, in fact, Joe Zito a jazz pianist, I set the Belmonts and I down and gave us notes, because there were a few notes, a few chords that we never heard of. So he just gave us some, you know, some harmonies on some of the changes. But that was a stretch Pete Fornatale 51:12 in retrospect that you're glad you did it? Dion 51:16 Well, I'm glad I did it for the reason I did it. You know, but as far as like having to do is it's hard to do that song because it's a stretch. And as I move on, it's more of a stretch Pete Fornatale 51:28 your solo version of in the Still of the night. It's called Porter, right. Not the five set, you're probably the only one who did both the five satins in the Scylla. Reporters. Absolutely. But you're side by side with Sinatra. It works. Dion 51:45 Yeah, well, there's some great songs back there, you know, no doubt about it. You know, I just you could, you know, in fact, back then, when I when I was coming up, just to show you like the crazy things you would not crazy, but you would want to ingest or, you know, everything that was in prep, there wasn't much. You know, there was a lot of showbusiness around you with the crooners. You know, like if I watched the victim mon on on Ed Sullivan, it looked like he just took a voice lesson. I'd rather watch Jimmy Duranty singing fairy tales can come true. It could happen to you. If you're young at heart, you know, I'd rather watch him sing communicate a song. But for me, I was walking in Pelham Bay one day, just show you how wild it was for me now that I look back on what I was doing. I'm walking in Pelham Bay, and I hear this ethereal music coming out of the synagogue. And I walk in I'm like, what is that? You know? Because it's like Dion 53:02 what? Hold on, you know, and I'm walking in. I'm looking around and the sky. Henry Rosenblatt comes out and he says you like that and brings me in the back and he starts playing me. His dad's music ersel Useless. I don't know how to say it and Yiddish but it Rosenblatt who was in the original Jazz singer with Al Jolson. And he was he was a canta a famous Jewish canta. Rosenblatt senior and he started playing me the records. I was in trouble with this stuff. So when I went back home, I wrote born a cry, you know, I wrote Dion 53:47 you know, who, who recently did this the hives? I bet you they don't know. It's like, fusion Jewish and rock and roll. It's kind of a fusion that's Jewish rock and roll. They don't know it. But, you know, the hives just, they end this show with it. They did it on two videos. I was like, knocked I wrote it when I was 16 You know, but it has that cantering in it my crew Dion 54:19 and my so I was like, you know, digesting all these different that's what we that's whatever I was exposed to, right. Pete Fornatale 54:30 But that's, you know, mix that all up. And, and you come out that's that's what I think is is unique about everything that you've chosen to put your stamp on. Want to talk about a dark time. The Beatles happen. The string of hits ends for you, plus you having terrible personal problems. Mid 60s, right. Did you think it was the end? Did you think it was all over? How How did you reconcile all of that? Dion 55:03 Well, I wasn't too conscious of that, that business change because I had found all these albums that John Hammond gave me. So I was kind of woodshedding. But I was using a lot of drugs drinking a lot in the mid 60s, you know, I was, I was one of those guys, you know, put me right in the mix. You know, they say, if you remember the 60s, you really weren't there. And you know, I don't remember the 60s, but the mid 60s, I would say what most bleakest, darkest emotional period of my life because, you know, I was, I was using these drugs, and it got worse and worse. And it's a funny thing about drugs, if you use them like I did, there's like three stages. The first stage is you have a lot of fun. The second stage is fun, and some problems. And then the third stage is like, problems, period, and it could kill you, and it did kill people. So I started seeing, you know, it's a funny thing, that rock'n'roll is we pride ourselves on being free, and, and knowing the truth, you know, truth and freedom, big thing to us, you know. And, you know, we'd like to express that and turn up the amps and let everybody know it right in your face. But I started seeing a lot of the guys I knew die very broken, not ever coming to the full knowledge of the truth, or never appropriating what they were singing about in their lives, they never really got their own message. So you know, it started to I started to wonder about that. I said, you know, how do you how do you actually be, you know, how does this become intrinsic? Yeah, it was saying these things, but how does it become part of you? And for me, I said a prayer one day, back in 68, and I haven't had a drug of a drink and 38 years, so my life really, totally changed around you know, Pete Fornatale 57:00 do you still perform in your own backyard? Dion 57:04 Who I don't remember that? Pete Fornatale 57:06 It is. You don't even have to try. It is just simply one of the best. coming out the other end of the experience that you just described, Dion 57:17 like an anti drug song that isn't an anti drug song. Pete Fornatale 57:20 It's a pro life song. It's yeah, it's good. Let's listen to it. I'm mixed bag ready. Gotta put that in. Its killer still, to this day, in your own backyard. That's Deon. He, it kind of helped put him back on the road to recovery and the road to the amazing career that he's had for himself. When did you become aware of the Beatles? And what did you think of them? Dion 57:44 You want to know? To be honest with you, I was never into the Beatles. I just wasn't, there was some great songs they did. But personally, I was like, I was hanging out in the village in the mid 60s with lightning Hopkins and the spoonful will come in around so I enjoy their music. And, you know, I was with Richie Havens, Tim Hardin, I was hanging out with and, and Mike Bloomfield, you know, they started the whole Butterfield. And so I was like, involved with all these guys in the village at the time I was had an apartment down then, when the village was the village, in the 60s. And the Beatles thing, like I was talking a little Richard and he was he wasn't a Beatle fan at all, because he thought that, you know, Ringo was you know, if you ever had like, like, Ringo was the farthest thing away from a black drummer, you could find it was almost like, you know, too rigid form or too confusing for like, you know, to really get something going so but, you know, the stones were a little different story. You know, I had a little go with them, you know, but they did it for me. And, you know Pete Fornatale 58:53 How did you find out that you were on the cover of Sergeant Pepper and what did that mean to you? Dion 58:59 You mean what did it mean for them? That's why I think so, so much. You gotta humble guys. John Lennon. John Lennon. It's a you know, when you're from the Bronx, you gotta go for these things. Dion 59:19 John Lennon loved Ruby baby, you know, he just and he took he actually took the photo off the cuff I met. I met John and George on 57th Street when they came in to do the madness. Carnegie Hall, one of the shows they did here for Sid Bernstein. And, and he liked, you know, where do you get that Ruby baby? He was like, he liked that song, you know? So I guess the, you know, somewhere they threw it on there. I never asked them. Pete Fornatale 59:53 It's, you're in a very select, very select group. And yet just another one of those Those honors that have come your way just by doing what you do and being who you are. And end of story. We're at the point now where you've come out the other side of your personal problems, and reclaiming your rightful place in the music business. So the question here is, who is Dick holler? And why was he important in your life? Dion 1:00:24 Well, he he brought me this little song, you know, when it was like... his email friend, Abraham candidum, and when he's gone, a lot of people but the good night, you know, it's like, and I thought, yeah, thanks. But it's I, you know, it sounded like a little, kind of an opportunist thing. And my wife said Dion, she said that, you know, that's a, that's a that's a gospel tune. It's talking about a state of love that does exist, and you have to work to make it real. You know, you know, and then I had somebody else, go ahead, you know, you could kill the dream of, but you can't kill the dream. And that's what that song I said, Whoa, ye. So I put, I got my guitar. And I put that arrangement to it. I'm gonna do the whole thing, because I don't have the whole thing but it's like.... Dion 1:01:30 So I did it like in because I was I was 1968. And I was hanging out with Tim Hardin. And Tim Horton was, he didn't sing louder than this says, You look to me, like Misty roses. So I was, you know, we were sitting, we would sit around the houses, you know, with the fireplace on down in the village, and we, and we get these acoustical guitars. And we, and I put the arrangement together like that. And I did it, you know, and never thought it would be, you know, it's sold millions of records. And I got was before email, and I must have got 5000 postcards from college students all over the country thanking me for making a very, very confusing time because Bob Kennedy was assassinated. I mean, Martin Luther King was assassinated. And Bobby Kennedy was at his funeral. And he said, Who's the next senseless victim that's going to get struck down by some assassins, you know, and a couple of months later, he was gone. It was out of frustration. We put the song together and the cards that I that I received, said, you know, thanks for making sense of something so horrible and horrendous. Thanks for bringing something good out of it, you know, that we're making it you know, giving us a solution. Pete Fornatale 1:02:54 It has retained all of its power these days, you are dedicating it to the troops. When you perform it, Dion 1:03:01 I dedicated to all those men and women of virtue, whether they are the people at 911, who were running up those steps, the firemen, the police officers, the health workers, you know, when push comes to shove those people that have that virtue, whether they're in the armed forces, fighting for our freedom, the you know, look at police officers, they they're out there guarding our kids, while we're here having fun with the hillbilly music or whatever we're doing Pete Fornatale 1:03:31 my youngest son is one of them. And why it's royalty. You know, Dion 1:03:35 we're around royalty around these guys. You've also fold Pete Fornatale 1:03:39 it in will the circle be unbroken into your arrangement of it and Dion 1:03:43 you it's on the original record? It's on the original record, it's just that I don't have the organ planet so I sang it the other night, but play the original record, you'll hear it in the middle of the organ playing with a circle being bound by and as a sitar in there and Pete Fornatale 1:04:04 see I thought I knew more about you than you did, but you can still teach. Dion 1:04:08 When it comes you probably do when it comes to the musical end of it Pete Fornatale 1:04:14 I yield I yield the floor to the gentleman from the Bronx. I listen, you did that you did that version of it at our 10th anniversary mixed bag party and I'd like to play it for our listeners today on mixed bag radio. That's Dion and a live version of Abraham Martin and John from what was the mixed bag 10th anniversary party. We're a little further along now than we were then then I'll have more with Dion after these messages Dion 1:04:42 I wish you would play the there's an arrangement and acoustical arrangement of it on new masters. That's really you'd really liked I think you'd I really want to play the next big thing but Pete Fornatale 1:04:59 no, no I just want you to get the song in the show. So if you want to do a setup I'm telling you for new masters Dion 1:05:04 there's an arranger, there's an acoustical arrangement of it on new masters. That's really different that people probably haven't heard. It's on an album called new masters and Pete Fornatale 1:05:21 Gret, We'll put it in post production, I'm going to say, let's listen on mixbag radio. That's Dion and an acoustic version of Abraham, Martin and John from the new masters collection. I'll have more with Dion right after this.
MCCARTHY SUPPORTERS LEARN THAT R.F.K. HAS BEEN SHOT - 1968
At McCarthy headquarters, student volunteers learn that RFK has been shot.
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cue in~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREELS DECEMBER 1963 NARRATED. BLACK AND WHITE FILM TRANSFER. NO TIME CODE. AUDIO CHANNEL ONE, CONTROL TONE CHANNEL TWO. 01:00 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO, 63/11/24. CUT STORY, NOVEMBER 24. LEE HARVEY OSWALD IS SHOT BY JACK RUDY. LAS OF THE RIFLE ALLEGEDLY USED TO KILL PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY BEING HELD UP BY A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL. MS AS AN ARMORED CAR BACKS TO THE DOORWAY AT A DALLAS, TEXAS JAIL. HALLWAY SHOT OF THE SHOOTING. AN AMBULANCE ARRIVES AT A HOSPITAL. 02:15 CUT STORY THE WORLD MOURNS. PRESIDENT KENNEDY FUNERAL AT WASHINGTON, DC. JACQUELINE KENNEDY GETS OUT OF A CAR WITH THE KENNEDY CHILDREN. PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON HOLDS THE CAR DOOR. ROBERT KENNEDY IS PRESENT. JOHNSON PLACES A WREATH AT THE KENNEDY COFFIN IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING. THE KENNEDY FAMILY IS IN THE BG. SHOT OF JACQUELINE KENNEDY AND CAROLINE KENNEDY AT THE COFFIN. CITIZENS PASS THE COFFIN. 04:50 ROBERT, JACQUELINE AND EDWARD KENNEDY WALK, WITH THE WHITE HOUSE IN THE BG. WORLD LEADERS INCLUDING FRENCH PRESIDENT CHARLES DE GAULLE, QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND OF ENGLAND, PRINCE ALBERT OF THE NETHERLANDS WALK ALSO. 05:30 THE COFFIN IS CARRIED INTO SAINT MATTHEWS CATHEDRAL. SHOT OF THE FAMILY IN CHURCH. SHOT OF WORLD LEADERS INCLUDING ETHIOPIAN EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE IN THE CHURCH. VS OF THE CHURCH CEREMONY. 07:30 OUTSIDE THE CATHEDRAL JACQUELINE KENNEDY STOOPS TO SPEAK TO JOHN KENNEDY JUNIOR WHILE HOLDING THE HAND OF CAROLINE KENNEDY. GOOD FAMILY SHOT. JOHN JUNIOR SALUTES, THEN RUBS HIS EYES. 08:30 VS OF CEREMONIES AT ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 10:20 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL LOGO. CUT STORY. PRESIDENT JOHNSON ASSUMES THE BURDEN OF OFFICE. CUTS OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S SPEECH TO CONGRESS IN A JOINT SESSION. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE JOHN MCCORMACK (D-MASS) SITS BEHIND THE PRESIDENT. 11:40 SECRETARY OF DEFENSE ROBERT MCNAMARA, SECRETARY OF STATE DEAN RUSK AND FORMER PRESIDENT DWIGHT EISENHOWER MEET INDIVIDUALLY WITH JOHNSON. JOHNSON MEETS WITH THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFFS INCLUDING GENERAL MAXWELL TAYLOR. 12:30 FTG OF MOURNERS AT PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S GRAVE. 13:00 AT THE JOHNSON WASHINGTON HOME, PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S FAMILY POSE FOR A PORTRAIT. THEY ARE PRESIDENT JOHNSON, CLAUDIA, LADY BIRD, JOHNSON, LINDA BIRD JOHNSON AND LUCY BAINES JOHNSON. VS AS JOHNSON WORKS AT HIS DESK. 13:50 CUT STORY. AIR DISASTER. VS OF THE CRASH SITE OF A TRANS CANADA AIRLINES DOUGLAS DC 8F NEAR MONTREAL, CANADA ON NOVEMBER 29. 63/11/29. 14:45 FOOTBALL, COLLEGE. AUBURN 10, ALABAMA 8. PLAYS BY BUCKEY WADE, TUCKER FREDRICKSON, WOODY WOODALL, JOHN KILGORE, BENNY NELSON AND JOE NAMATH. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 17:35 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. POPE'S PILGRIMAGE. AT THE SECOND VATICAN ECUMENICAL COUNCIL, POPE PAUL THE SIXTH ANNOUNCES HIS VISIT TO PALESTINE THE HOLY LAND. VS OF CARDINALS AND CLERICS AT THE COUNCIL. GOOD SHOTS OF THE POPE. 19:10 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. VIETNAM. VERTOL CH21 HELICOPTER STORY. VS OF A CH21 WITH REFUGEES. A DOWNED CH21 IS REPAIRED. A SIKORSKY CH37 HELICOPTER LIFTS A DAMAGED CH21 AT SEA. STORY ON THE SUBROC ANTI SUBMARINE WEAPON, NUCLEAR WEAPON. UNDERWATER SHOT OF A SUBROC EXITING A TORPEDO TUBE, BREAKING THE SURFACE AND REENTERING THE SEA. 21:40 CUT STORY. HEROES CITED. JACQUELINE KENNEDY ENTERS A ROOM FOR A CEREMONY HONORING SECRET SERVICE AGENT CLINTON HILL WHO JUMPED ONTO THE CAR IN WHICH PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY WAS KILLED. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY DOUGLAS DILLON PRESENTS AN AWARD. PRESIDENT JOHNSON AWARDS AGENT RUFUS YOUNGBLOOD FOR HIS ACTIONS IN PROTECTING JOHNSON IN DALLAS. CUT OF JOHNSON'S SPEECH AT THE CEREMONY. END NEWSREEL LOGO. 22:50 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO. CUT STORY. PRESIDENT'S TRIBUTE. FTG OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S ARRIVAL AT A NEW YORK AIRPORT TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF FORMER NEW YORK GOVERNOR HERBERT LEHMAN. VS OF SECURITY ON PRESIDENTIAL ROUTE. SENATOR JACOB JAVITS (D-NY) GREETS JOHNSON AT TEMPLE EMMANUEL. 25:23 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. MARYLAND. NIGHTS SHOTS OF THE CRASH SITE AT ELKTON, MARYLAND WHERE A PASSENGER JET AIRCRAFT WENT DOWN. DAY SHOTS OF THE SITE. 26:25 VIETNAM. AT A SAIGON AIRPORT. VS OF THE FIRST US MILITARY PERSONS WHO ARE BEING WITHDRAWN TO REDUCE TO 15,000 THE US PRESENCE IN VIETNAM, 63/12/21. THEY BOARD BOEING C135 TRANSPORTS. 27:14 FOOTBALL. NAVY 21, ARMY 15. VS OF A SILENT TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT KENNEDY BEFORE A GAME. PLAYS BY HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER ROGER STAUBACH, CARL STICKWAY, PAT DONNELLY AND DON PARCELLS. 29:50 ANGIE DICKINSON US SAVINGS BOND PROMOTION FOR CHRISTMAS OF 1963. END LOGO. 31:10 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL LOGO CUT STORY. RANSOM FREES FRANK SINATRA, JUNIOR. SHOTS OF SINATRA JUNIOR AT LAKE TAHOE, IN THE HARRAH'S CASINO, ON STAGE. SHOTS OF THE MOTEL KIDNAPPING SITE. SHOT OF COMPANION JOHN FOSS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. VS OF POLICE AT ROADBLOCKS. NIGHT SHOT OF A FRANK SINATRA SENIOR PRESS CONFERENCE AT HIS BEL AIR HOME. SHOTS OF MRS NANCY SINATRA JUNIOR COMMENTS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE. 33:50 AT THE DIRECTORS GUILD THEATER IN HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA CELEBRITIES ARRIVE FOR A PREVIEW OF THE MOTION PICTURE, CAPTAIN NEWMAN MD, INCLUDING TONY CURTIS, DIRECTOR DAVID MILLER, GREGORY PECK, PRODUCER ROBERT ARTHUR, AUTHOR LEO ROSTIN, SANDRA DEE AND BOBBY DARREN. MERVYN LEROY IS SEATED IN THE AUDIENCE. 34:40 CUT STORY. CHRISTMAS STORY. VS OF CHRISTMAS WINDOW SHOPPERS. NIGHT SHOTS OF STORE DISPLAYS. SHOT OF A CHRISTMAS TREE AT THE BERLIN WALL IN GERMANY. VS AS US SERVICEMEN REFURBISH TOYS FOR GERMAN CHILDREN. IN THE US, CHILDREN LOOK AT TOY DISPLAYS. 36:30 SPORTS. NEW YORK CITY. NAVY FOOTBALL PLAYER ROGER STAUBACH RECEIVES THE HEISMAN TROPHY. VS OF STAUBACH'S PLAYS OF THE SEASON. END LOGO. 37:40 UNIVERSIAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. FLOOD DISASTER STORY ABOUT THE RUPTURE OF THE BALDWIN HILLS DAM IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. SHOTS OF A CRACK IN THE DAM AND THE FOLLOWING FLOOD WATERS. AERIAL SHOTS OF THE FLOOD INCLUDING CARS BEING MOVED BY THE FLOOD WATER. GOOD AERIAL SHOT OF THE RUPTURED DAM AFTER THE FLOOD. VS OF THE CLEANUP. 40:55 CUT STORY. SINATRA KIDNAPPER CAUGHT. FEDERAL BURBAU OF INVESTIGATION (FBI) AGENTS SEARCH A HOUSE. SHOT OF SUSPECTS BARRY KENNON AND JOSEPH EMSLER IN CUSTODY. SHOTS OF RECOVERED RANSOM. FRANK SINATRA SENIOR IS SEEN AT HIS BEL AIR HOME. FRANK SINATRA JUNIOR HUGS MRS NANCY SINATRA AND HIS SISTER NANCY. 42:06 FOOTBALL GIANTS 33, STEELERS 17 GAME AT YANKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK. PLAYS BY ED BROWN, GARRY BOWMAN, ERIC BARNES, Y A TITTLE, JOHN HENRY JOHNSON, FRANK GIFFORD AND JOE MORRISON. END LOGO. 43:50 UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREEL LOGO CUT STORY. JOHNSON AT UNITED NATIONS. UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY GENERAL U THANT GREETS PRESIDENT JOHNSON AND LADY BIRD JOHNSON UPON THEIR ARRIVAL. CUTS OF JOHNSON'S SPEECH ON ENDING THE COLD WAR, ARMS CONTROL AND SOCIAL ISSUES. PAN SHOT OF THE AUDIENCE STANDING AND CLAPPING. 46:30 NEWS IN BRIEF STORIES. FRANCE. STORY OF A FRENCH MOUNTAIN TOWN IN WHICH THE HABITANTS LIVE TO AN UNUSUALLY OLD AGE. 47:25 ENGLAND. STORY OF A LIFEBOAT THAT IS ABLE TO WITHSTAND FIRE AT SEA. CU OF A POUND OF BUTTER WHICH DID NOT MELT INSIDE THE LIFEBOAT. 48:25 WINTER OLYMPICS. VS AS THE FRENCH SKI TEAM PRACTICE FOR THE 1964 OLYMPICS. GOOD SHOTS OF SKIIERS ON SLOPES. 49:50 END LOGO. UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL NEWSREELS LOGO CUT STORY. SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS OF 1963. PRESIDENT JOHN KENNEDY THROWS THE FIRST BALL AT A WASHINGTON / BALTIMORE OPENING GAME. NICE SHOT OF A 35MM MOTION PICTURE CAMERA AND CAMERACREW. BASEBALL. SANDY KOUFAX PITCHES STRIKEOUT RECORD. DODGER JOHNNY ROSEBORO HITS A HOMERUN. TWO SHOT, KOUFAX AND YANKEE WHITEY FORD. KOUFAX STRIKES OUT MICKEY MANTLE. YANKEES LOSE WORLD SERIES IN FOUR STRAIGHT GAMES. GOLF, JACK NICKLAUS WINS THE MASTERS. ARNOLD PALMER HELPS NICKLAUS ON WITH THE MASTERS WINNER SPORTS JACKET. 52:25 JULIUS BOROS WINS THE US OPEN. SHOT OF SWIMMER DON SCHOLLANDER IN WATER AND CUS. 53:40 POLE VAULT RECORD SET BY JOHN PONELL. C K YANG OF UCLA IN DECATHLON EVENTS. 1963 KENTUCKY DERBY, CHATEAUGAY WINS. 1963 BELMONT STAKES, CHATEAUGUA WINS. 55:00 NICE SHOT OF RACEHORSE KELSO WITH A TRAINER. ICE HOCKEY. TORONTO MAPLELEAFS BEAT THE DETROIT RED WINGS FOR THE 1963 STANLEY CUP. NCAA (NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION) BASKETBALL FINALS. CHICAGO'S LOYOLA UNIVERSITY BEATS THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI. 56:10 END NEWSREEL LOGO. CI: PERSONALITIES: ALBERT, PRINCE. PERSONALITIES: ARTHUR, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: BARNES, ERIC. PERSONALITIES: BOROS, JULIUS. PERSONALITIES: BOWMAN, GARRY. PERSONALITIES: BROWN, ED. PERSONALITIES: CURTIS, TONY. PERSONALITIES: DARREN, BOBBY. PERSONALITIES: DEE, SANDRA. PERSONALITIES: DE GAULLE, CHARLES. PERSONALITIES: DICKINSON, ANGIE. PERSONALITIES: DILLON, DOUGLAS. PERSONALITIES: DONNELLY, PAT. PERSONALITIES: EISENHOWER, DWIGHT. PERSONALITIES: ELIZABETH II, QUEEN. PERSONALITIES: EMSLER, JOSEPH. Personalities: FORD, WHITEY. Personalities: FOSS, JOHN. Personalities: FREDRICKSON, TUCKER. Personalities: GIFFORD, FRANK. Personalities: HILL, CLINTON. Personalities: JAVITS, JACOB. Personalities: JOHNSON, JOHN HENRY. Personalities: JOHNSON, LADY BIRD. Personalities: JOHNSON, LINDA BIRD. Personalities: JOHNSON, LUCY BAINES. Personalities: JOHNSON, LYNDON. Personalities: KENNEDY, CAROLINE. Personalities: Kennedy, Edward. Personalities: Kennedy, Jacqueline. Personalities: Kennedy, John (ABOUT). Personalities: KENNEDY, JOHN JR. Personalities: KENNEDY, ROBERT. Personalities: KENNIN, BARRY. Personalities: KILGORE, JOHN. Personalities: KOUFAX, SANDY. PERSONALITIES: LEHMAN, HERBERT (ABOU). PERSONALITIES: LEROY, MERVYN. PERSONALITIES: MANTLE, MICKEY. PERSONALITIES: MCCORMACK, JOHN. PERSONALITIES: MCNAMARA, ROBERT. PERSONALITIES: MILLER, DAVID. PERSONALITIES: MORRISON, JOE. PERSONALITIES: NAMATH, JOE. PERSONALITIES: NELSON, BENNY. PERSONALITIES: NICKLAUS, JACK. PERSONALITIES: OSWALD, LEE HARVEY. Personalities: Palmer, Arnold. Personalities: PARCELLS, DON. Personalities: PAUL VI, POPE. Personalities: PECK, GREGORY. Personalities: PONELL, JOHN. Personalities: ROSEBORO, JOHNNY. Personalities: ROSTIN, LEO. Personalities: RUBY, JACK. Personalities: Rusk, Dean. Personalities: SCHOLLANDER, DON. Personalities: SELASSIE, HAILE. Personalities: SINATRA, FRANK. Personalities: SINATRA, FRANK JR. Personalities: SINATRA, NANCY. Personalities: STAUBACH, ROGER. Personalities: STICKWAY, CARL. PERSONALITIES: TAYLOR, MAXWELL. PERSONALITIES: THANT, U. PERSONALITIES: TITTLE, Y.A. PERSONALITIES: WADE, BUCKEY. PERSONALITIES: WOODALL, WOODY. PERSONALITIES: YANG, C.K. PERSONALITIES: YOUNGBLOOD, RUFUS. ADVERTISEMENTS: US SAVINGS BONDS. AIR VIEWS: FLOOD. ASSASSINATIONS: KENNEDY, JOHN. AWARDS: SPORTS, HEISMAN TROPHY. CRIME: KIDNAPPING, SINATRA, FRANK JR. DISASTERS: AVIATION, AFTERMATH. DISASTERS: FLOOD. FUNERALS: KENNEDY, JOHN. FUNERALS: LEHMAN, HERBERT. GOVERNMENT: US. HOLIDAYS: CHRISTMAS. Industries: motion picture. RELIGION: CATHOLIC. Sports: baseball. Sports: basketball, college. SPORTS: FOOTBALL. SPORTS: FOOTBALL, COLLEGE. Sports: golf. SPORTS: HOCKEY. Sports: horse racing. Sports: POLE VAULTING. SPORTS: SKIING. SPORTS: SWIMMING. War: VIETNAM. Weapons: SUBROC. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~cue out~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~