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ADLAI STEVENSON CAMPAIGN SPEECH, THE
Eleanor Roosevelt, Richard Daley, Adlai Stevenson, Dwight Eisenhower
Democratic presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson gives a campaign speech in Chicago. Chicago Mayor Richard Daley introduces former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt who attacks President Eisenhower for being weak on foreign policy. Mayor Daley then introduces Stevenson who accuses Eisenhowerof having made no progress in Middle East peace negotiations with no prosperity. Stevenson also accuses Ike of being a part-time president who is advised by business-oriented men.
FACE THE NATION PANEL
Eleanor Roosevelt, Peter Lisagor, Margaret Chase Smith, Josip Broz Tito, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Griffing Bancroft, William Hines Jr., Arthur Sylvester
November 7, 1954-April 20, 1961
September 15, 1963-
Host: Griffing Bancroft
William Hines jr (Washington Star),
Arthur Sylvester (Newark News),
Peter Lisagor (Chicago Daily News).
Eleanor Roosevelt attacks Middle Eastern foreign policy, discusses the Soviet Union and states that the world situation is not presently a good one, pointing out that here has been a failure of current American leadership.
Senator Margaret Chase Smith comments on the current crises in the Middle East, Yugoslavian leader Tito, Egyptian Prime Minister Nasser...latest news related to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles cancer diagnosis...her confidence that Herbert Hoover Jr. will be effective substituting for Dulles if necessary. Smith states that there is currently high prosperity in the USA and that President Eisenhower will be reelected for a second term as President.
NOTE: Roosevelt and Smith were the first two women to appear on "Face The Nation," on its second anniversary broadcast.
FRANK SINATRA TIMEX SHOW
Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne, Eleanor Roosevelt, Juliet Prowse, Barbara Heller, Mary Costa, John Cameron Swayze
An ABC Television Video Taped Special.
Tonight Frank Sinatra surrounds himself with FIVE celebrated admired women...Lena Horne, Mary Costa, Juliet Prowse, Barbara Heller and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
Sinatra offers a valentine to all of his female special guests.
Over fifteen musical numbers are staged.
John Cameron Swayze is the spokesman for sponsor Timex.
READING OUT LOUD WITH JACKIE ROBINSON
Jackie Robinson, Sharon Robinson, Rachel Robinson, Garry Moore, Richard M. Nixon, Richard Boone, Cyril Ritchard, John F. Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Dr. Frank Baxter, David Robinson, Jose Ferrer, Harry Belafonte, Julie Harris, Archibald Macleish, Virginia Winslow Hopper Mathews, Pearl S. Buck, Eva Le Gallienne, Charles H. Percy
February 7 - May 15, 1960 (Sundays 2:30-3:00pm)
READING OUT LOUD was a filmed series comprised of 15 shows. Famous people read favorite literary selections aloud to a small group of children, often relatives of the reader.
Jackie Robinson recites the Gettysburg Address to his son David Robinson, daughter Sharon Robinson and wife Rachel Robinson.
NOTE: Letter dated Feb. 26, 2008, sent by Rachel Robinson, related to this TV Audio Air Check recorded off the air by Phil Gries on May 1, 1960.
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My apologies for the long delay in responding to your kindness in sending me the exciting television audio air check of "Reading Out Loud" the TV program where Jack read the Gettysburg Address. The Jackie Robinson Foundation has moved and we are still locating material sent to us as we reorganize the archives.
I listened to the tape with ABSOLUE AMAZEMENT and DELIGHT. Sharon and I remember vividly the family trip to Washington, and we have one photo taken on that occasion. Unfortunately, I do not have any memory of the recording session.
It is thrilling for us to hear Jackie's reading of this profound speech, and we shall cherish and preserve it in our archives. Most importantly, we will share it with our visitors to the Jackie Robinson Museum now being designed.
Phil, I am deeply grateful to you for this historic gift, and we will appropriately attribute it's preservation to you.
cc: Della Britton Baeza
In 1960, Virginia Winslow Hopper Mathews created the children's TV series Reading Out Loud with Westinghouse Broadcasting executive Mike Santangelo. Produced by Westinghouse for syndication, the show featured notable figures reading aloud their favorite books to children. It debuted February 6, 1960 on the five TV stations owned by Westinghouse in Baltimore, Boston, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and San Francisco. READING OUT LOUD also opened on WNTA-TV, prior it becoming a Public Television Station (WNET-TV) in New York City and 46 educational TV stations around the U.S. It ran as a half-hour show for 15 episodes.
The following is a list of READEING OUT LOUD guest appearances detailing 14 of the 15 broadcasts aired, and the dates when they were broadcast.
-First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt (reading Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling to a group of children)-March 13, 1960.
-Actress Julie Harris (reading selections from Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in The Willows")-May 8, 1960.
-Actor José Ferrer (reading Huckleberry Finn)-March 20, 1960.
-Baseball player Jackie Robinson (reading excerpts from Stephen Crane's "The Red Badge of Courage" & Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" to his family)-May 1, 1960.
-Entertainer Garry Moore (reading The Legend of Sleepy Hollow)-Feb. 28, 1960.
-Novelist Pearl S. Buck (reading Chinese fables)-April 17, 1960.
-Actor Cyril Ritchard (reading "Alice in Wonderland")-Feb. 14 or 21(?)1960.
-Singer/actor/activist Harry Belafonte (reading a collection of Jamaican folk tale about Anansi the Spider Man)-April 10, 1960.
-Senator John F. Kennedy (reading The Emergence of Lincoln)-March 27, 1960.
-Pulitzer Prize poet and author, Archibald MacLeish (reading poems of Walter de la Mare to his grandchildren)-Feb. 7, 1960
-Stage Actress Eva Le Gallienne (reading Hans Christian Anderson's "The Ugly Duckling.")-March 6, 1960.
-Vice President Richard M. Nixon (reading Carl Sandburg's "Abe Lincoln Grows Up" to his daughter Julie and her friends)-April 3, 1960.
-UCLA English Professor / TV Educator Dr. Frank Baxter (reading the poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.")-April 24, 1960.
-Industrialist Charles H. Percy (reading from James Daugherty's "Poor Richard" to his children)-May 15, 1960.
-Actor Richard Boone (reading Bret Harte's story "How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar.")-February 21, 1960.
CBS NEWS WITH RON COCHRAN, THE
Eleanor Roosevelt, Robert Wagner, Ron Cochran, Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson
Highlights: Summit crisis, Eisenhower accuses Khrushchev of deliberately trying to wreck it, Senator Lyndon Johnson comments on the crisis. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt with comments on New York City Mayor Robert Wagner.
1960 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, THE
Walter Cronkite, Edward R. Murrow, Howard K. Smith, John F. Kennedy, Neil Strawser, Eleanor Roosevelt, Adlai E. Stevenson, Paul Butler, Orville L. Freeman, Bernie Eismann, Nancy Hanschman, Betty Furness, Lowell Thomas, Alexander Kendrick, Lyndon B. Johnson
Walter Cronkite and Edward R. Murrow anchor convention coverage spanning JULY 13, 14, 15, 1960.
A retrospective declaration of candidacy for President of the United States is announced by Senator John F. Kennedy. Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, the majority leader of the senate, speaks. Back live on the convention floor, Bernie Eismann talks to Minnesota Governor Orville L. Freeman; it was he who put Kennedy's name into nomination. Edward R. Murrow talks to Lowell Thomas. Adlai Stevenson introduces Eleanor Roosevelt who speaks before the convention. Neil Strawser talks to the Democratic National Committee chairman Paul Butler. 3000 delegates are represented as roll call begins the 1500 vote procedure. It takes 761 votes to nominate the choice for president. We hear each state cast their votes. John Kennedy, 43, becomes the third youngest nominee in history. Nancy Hanschman reports from Johnson headquarters. Adlai Stevenson is interviewed. Kennedy speaks to the convention, thanking them for his nomination. Benedition and the National Anthem end the evening for July 13th. Cronkite and Murrow rap it up with final thoughts. Betty Furness does a Westinghouse Total Elective Home Commercial. July 14th & 15th coverage present the nomination for Vice President. Earlier coverage by Kennedy at a press conference confirms Lyndon B. Johnson as his choice for the Vice President running mate. Nancy Hanschman interviews Johnson. There is coverage of the LBJ press conference. John F. Kennedy gives a 22 minute acceptance speech to the convention. Alexander Kendrick, Howard K. Smith, Edward R. Murrow and Walter Cronkite evaluate the JFK speech. Spokeswoman for Westinghouse, Betty Furness, gives praise to Cronkite for his coverage of the National Democratic Convention.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION AND UN EMERGENCY MEETING ON CONGO CRISIS
Eleanor Roosevelt, Adlai Stevenson, John F. Kennedy, Henry Cabot Lodge
Ambassador Lodge of US approves of resolution to send a US force to the Congo, Eleanor Roosevelt makes seconding speech for Stevenson, roll call of states, Kennedy wins the nomination.
NBC NEWS WITH KENNETH BANGHART
Eleanor Roosevelt, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Kenneth Banghart, Josip Tito, Francisco Franco, Frederick Boland
Khrushchev creates a wild scene at UN by insulting Spanish president Franco, UN chairman Frederick Boland cautions Khrushchev about insulting heads of state, calls him out of order, Tito meets Mrs. Roosevelt at Hyde Park, campaign topics, Kennedy accuses Nixon, China communists attack US, Castro imposes restrictions on outgoing travelers, Nigeria becomes independent of British rule.
Kenneth Banghart reports.
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT: DIAMOND JUBILEE PLUS ONE
Jack Benny, Jimmy Durante, David Susskind, Richard M. Nixon, Mary Martin, Richard Rodgers, John F. Kennedy, Bob Hope, Mahalia Jackson, George Burns, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carol Channing, Joanne Woodward, Lucille Ball, Omar Bradley, Nat King Cole, John F. Kenndy, Irene Dunne, Reginald Rose, Tom Dooley
SPECIAL BROADCAST SALUTE
Mrs. FDR was 75 a year ago and as a plus one year follow up, a tribute to her (and the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Research Foundation located in Denver Colorado) by admirers in and out of show business. Many perform during this one-hour celebration special broadcast.
Bob Hope hosts this program which presents show business personalities and other prominent people.
Executive Producer, David Susskind.
Written for Television by Reginald Rose.
NOTE: Occasional original slight broadcast audio hum.
ELEANOR ROSEVELT ROOSEVELT DIAMOND JUBILEE PLUS ONE, THE
Jack Benny, Bob Hope, Eleanor Roosevelt
Bob Hope is the host for a 75th birthday salute plus one and career tribute to Mrs. Eleanor Rossevelt. David Susskind is the executive producer.
This is an excerpted duplicate of #7112 which is complete
Floyd Patterson, Eleanor Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Willy Brandt, Ingemar Johanssen
Highlights: Floyd Patterson knocks out Ingemar Johanssen, space failure, Kennedy meets with West German Chancellor Willy Brandt, Eleanor Roosevelt encourages President Kennedy to put more women in government, spy trial in England, eager students comment on President Kennedy's Peace Corps.
CBS LATE NEWS WITH HARRY REASONER, THE
Harry Reasoner, Eleanor Roosevelt
Riots in Montgomery, Alabama against negro freedom riders, ten captured Cuban rebels come to the US to negotiate tractors for prisoners, Eleanor Roosevelt comments on trade, French-Algerian peace talks open.
TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JACK PAAR, THE
Jack Paar, Hugh Downs, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jose Melies
July 29, 1957- March 30,1962.
PAAR BEGINS TRACTORS FOR FREEDOM APPEAL.
In his monologue Jack Paar urges people to contribute to "Tractors for Freedom." He appeals to all viewers to send money to Detroit for the purchase of tractors. Tractors will then be sent to Cuba in exchange for release of Cuban prisoners. Paar announces that Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, founder of the Tractors for Freedom Committee, will be on the show Wednesday night.
CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: THE FIRST LADY, MRS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
Charles Collingwood, Edward R. Murrow, Eleanor Roosevelt, Dave Dubin
On the day of her death, at the age of 78, a special tribute to the former first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, is presented by Charles Collingwood. Included is a recent interview with Mrs. Roosevelt conducted by Dave Dubin.
An excerpt is replayed from a January 22, 1954 Person to Person broadcast, Edward R. Murrow interviewing Eleanor Roosevelt.
Charles Collingwood gives details on her life as this Special Report tribute continues with film of the Roosevelt family at Hyde Park, New York, during Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1932 campaign, Inauguration Day on March 4, 1933, Mrs. Roosevelt's war-time activities, the death of President Roosevelt, and her appointment as the first woman delegate to the United Nations.
Collingwood closes with a tribute to "her quality of goodness and the transparency of her motivations."
NEWS, THE: DEATH OF ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
Eleanor Roosevelt, Billy Sol Estes
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt dies, Billy Sol Estes is sentenced to eight years in prison.
Frank McGee, Eleanor Roosevelt, James Farley, Henry Wallace
A memorial special broadcast to the late Eleanor Roosevelt presented on the day of her funeral.
Floyd Patterson, Thomas Mitchell, Charles Laughton, Eddie Fisher, Marilyn Monroe, John Glenn, Emile Griffith, Sonny Liston, James Meredith, Walter Schirra, Eleanor Roosevelt, Isaac Stern, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, John F. Kennedy, Tony Marvin, Willy Ley, Adolf Eichmann, Benny Paret, Scott Carpenter, Robert Soblen, Andriyan Nikolayev, Ross Barnett, John Steinbeck, Fritz Kreisler, Pavel Romanovich Popovich
World Today is a radio news program broadcast over the Mutual Broadcasting System and hosted by Tony Marvin.
The top news stories of 1962. Space: John Glenn orbits the earth three times, Scott Carpenter also orbits the Earth three times, the Russians orbit two spacemen Nikolayev and Popovich, the US's Walter Schirra orbits the earth six times, the Mariner 11 spacecraft passes near Venus. a comment by Dr. Willy Ley, the US to resume nuclear testing, the Soviets propose a nuclear test ban, "Der Spiegel affair" in West Germany, German politics, British politics, Eddie Fisher, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton affair, comment by Fisher, he denies rumors of a breakup, comments by man-in-the-street, racial crisis in Oxford, Mississippi, Governor Barnett denies the registration of James Meredith, President Kennedy says he will send troops, two die in suceeding riots, a hospital error results in several baby deaths, doctors strike in Canada, thialiminide deformities in newborn babies, Adolf Eichmann, Robert Soblen, Fritz Kreisler, Charles Laughton, Thomas Mitchell, Marilyn Monroe, and Eleanor Roosevelt all died in 1962, comments by Isaac Stern on Kreisler, Marilyn Monroe talks about acting, Boxing deaths Benny (Kid) Paret dies from injuries he suffered in his fight against Emile Griffith in Madison Square Garden in New York City, Sonny Liston wins the heavyweight boxing crown defeating Floyd Patterson in a first round knockout, John Steinbeck wins the Nobel Prize, a comment on Hollywood films.
Host: Tony Marvin.
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