Report on the death by probable suicide of Marilyn Monroe. Autopsy ordered by Dr. Theodore Curphey reveals probable death by overdose of sleeping pills. She was found dead in her bed early Sunday morning. Circumstances leading up to her death are discussed. There are comments from Gene Kelly and Dean Martin. James Dougherty, whom Monroe married at age 16 and was her first husband, simply said "I'm sorry."
Report by Alan Jackson and others.
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.
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.
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.
Paul McElroy reporting.
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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.