Highlights: More news on US space lag, Eichmann trial off for one day, a hotel is damaged by a bomb in Havana, General Edwin Walker reported to be indoctrinating his troops on extremist John Birch Society ideas. John Welsch in a row with a newsman on the question of calling Eisenhower a communist, New York Senator Jacob Javits comments on the society, suggests an investigation, Adam Clayton Powell freed on an income tax charge.
Highlights: Deputy Director on the proposed "crash program" to put a man on the moon, Eichmann trial, Eichmann's personality described, General Edwin Walker, denies John Birch Society indoctrination of troops, Elijah Muhammad denies Black Muslims preach black supremacy.
Highlights: News on the Cuban invasion, Cuba accuses the US of directly aiding Cuban invasion in an "international crime of aggression," the US denies direct aid, a mass uprising on the island of Cuba is predicted, Adolf Eichmann pleads not guilty, General Edwin Walker relieved of army command because of John Birch Society views.
Voices in The Headlines was an American news program broadcast on ABC radio featuring the top news stories of the day. It was hosted by long-time radio and television announcer Fred Foy.
The top news stories of 1962: The Algerian rebellion ends, the OAS (secret army) insurrection to maintain a French Algeria, problems of nuclear disarmament, the cycle of Nuclear testing, comments by Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater and Edwin Walker on the "communist conspiracy," Walker's involvement in the integration crisis, Oxford racial crisis, comments by Governor Ross Barnett, racial tension in Southern cities, JFK's domestic problems.
Host: Fred Foy.