DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION KEYNOTE SPEECH Senator John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island sets the theme of the Democratic National Convention as he delivers the keynote address before a capacity audience at the Atlantic City Convention Hall.
JAZZ PROMOTER GEORGE WEIN ON FESTIVAL CONTROVERSY - 1966 Jazz promoter and producer George Wein addresses community leaders and townspeople of Middletown, Rhode Island after some of them refuse to allow a jazz festival in their town. Mr. Wein is the founder of the Newport Jazz Festival and has been called the most important non-player in jazz history for his role in promoting the music through festivals and concerts.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION 1964 Atlantic City, New Jersey hosts the Democratic National Convention. LBJ is the choice for the Democrats but speculation as to the vice president candidacy is a closely guarded secret while hopefuls arrive at the convention and LBJ talks to the press at the White House. Senator John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island delivers the convention keynote address.
JAZZ FESTIVAL CONTROVERSY - 1966 The townspeople of Middletown, Rhode Island gather together to hear a panel of community leaders and others discuss a controversial proposal to have a Jazz Festival in their town. No one looks happy to be at the meeting.
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