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#13720: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALLAN JACKSON
1962-08-11, CBS, min.
Alan Jackson

More on the spaceship "Vostok 111," the possibility of a three-day flight, the Russians urge the US to refrain from nuclear testing which might endanger the safety of the flight. 

Alan Jackson reporting.                                         
#14151: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON
1963-06-07, WCBS, min.
John F. Kennedy, Alan Jackson, John Profumo, Harold Macmillian

President Kennedy to meet British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in England, a big scandal is brewing in England concerning the "John Profumo Affair,"  laborites demand investigations of the cabinet minister and party girls, a conference on proposed Malaysia Federation in the Philippines, 
an objection by Indonesia, Alabama prepares for possible enrollment of a negro at Alabama, University, a gangland killing in Chicago.                                    
#15273: CBS RADIO NEWS, WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1966-11-19, CBS, 5 min.
Alan Jackson

News of the day from CBS radio.  Alan Jackson reporting.            
#15495: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-01-06, CBS, 5 min.
Alan Jackson

CBS Radio news with Alan Jackson.             
#15539D: WCBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON
1968-02-10, CBS, 5 min.
Alan Jackson

CBS Radio News, Alan Jackson reporting.                         
#15573: WCBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-02-24, CBS, 11 min.
Alan Jackson

CBS Radio News with Alan Jackson, the             
#15617: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-03-16, CBS, 7 min.
Alan Jackson

Alan Jackson reports.         
#15670: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-03-23, CBS, 15 min.
Robert Kennedy, Adam Clayton powell, Alan Jackson, William G. Allen

March by Adam Clayton Powell, claims he can't be bought off, William G. Allen captured by the FBI, killed two police officers six months ago.            
#15690: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-03-30, CBS, 10 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Alan Jackson

President Johnson to announce 30,000 more troops going to Vietnam in tomorrow night's speech. Harry Truman states Johnson will easily win reelection. Includes the latest weather.

Alan Jackson reports. Presented by Chevrolet.                        
#15744: CBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-04-06, CBS, 5 min.
Alan Jackson

The latest news from CBS Radio. Alan Jackson reports. A Chevrolet commercial included.           
#15770: WCBS RADIO NEWS WITH ALAN JACKSON, THE
1968-04-16, CBS, 8 min.
Alan Jackson

Three boys found dead. Alan Jackson reports.             
#15807: WCBS RADIO NEWS
1968-05-04, WCBS, 14 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Robert Pierpoint, Alan Jackson, Paul McElroy, Dancers Image, Robert Ussery

Paul McElroy reporting.

Additional News: CBS Radio News with Alan Jackson, sponsored by Chevrolet.
Robert Pierpoint reports on inflation in the US
A 10% tax surcharge is proposed by President Johnson
Dancer's Image wins the Kentucky Derby,  his jockey (Robert Ussery) captures his second straight Derby.
Note: Dancer's Image was later disqualified for a drug found in his system.
Columbia University update- demonstrators speak. 
                        
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