KCBS News: Mayor Alioto's Proposal to Suspend Classes at S.F. State Until After Thanksgiving Break supported by S.F. State President Robert Smith (TWLF); Coverage of Farmington, West Virginia Mine Explosion, 1968
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[Side A] Statements made by S.F. State President Robert Smith and Mayor Alioto (side A); Nigerian students protest U.S. TV coverage of Nigerian Civil War; Lady Bird Johnson Farewell Tour (Apollo 8 briefings and Redwoods National Park dedication); Mayor Alioto's proposal to suspend classes at S.F. State until after Thanksgiving Break supported by S.F. State President Robert Smith, workshops about racial and campus issues to be held instead; Dispute between Longshoremen's Union and Ship Owners; Short coverage of the Democratic convention;Sealab III experiments; Private Home Raid assumed to be a source of supply for militant groups; Bombing in Jeruselum;Continued Investigations of Black militant groups in the Bay Area; [Side B]Greek Court Marshal convicts students of plotting to overthrow government; Salvaging Japanese airliner from San Francisco Bay, Coverage of Farmington, West Virginia Mine Explosion; Red China's U.N. Exclusion; Rumors of 'hecklers' disrupting President Nixon's Inauguration Address; the approval of a 2 year extension of the U.S. arms control and disarment agency made by the Senate. 1968-69]. Digitization made possible through a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council of Libraries and Information Resources.
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