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Jack Parker

Jack Parker appears in the following:

Hanson Blatz

Sunday, November 29, 1959

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Guest is Professor Hanson Blatz, Director of Radiation Control of the Department of Health. He discusses the dangers of radiation in New York City.


Panelists ...

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Dr. Leonard P. Stavisky

Sunday, November 15, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Guest is New York City Council member Dr. Leonard P. Stavisky. He discusses the city's migration problems.


Panelists include Jack Parker, Mike Wall, Joe Sullivan, Barbara ...

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Anthony P. Savarese Jr.

Sunday, November 08, 1959

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Savarese, chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee on Privacy of Communication of New York, answers questions about wiretapping.

Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.

Panelists: Jack Parker, ...

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Thomas J. Deegan, Jr

Sunday, October 11, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Guest is Thomas J. Deegan, Jr., Chairman and President of the New York City World's Fair Corporation. He discusses the proposed 1964 World's Fair.


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Emanuel Celler

Saturday, October 10, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Guest is Honorable Emanuel Celler, Chairman of the House of Representatives
Judiciary Committee.


Panelists include Jack Parker, Stan Siegel, and Barbara Benmolche.


Questions:


Civil rights bill ...

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Greenwich Village

Sunday, October 04, 1959

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A panel discussion with Edwin C. Fancher, publisher of the Village Voice, who discusses the tensions and problems facing New York's Greenwich Village. Questioning Fancher are: Stan Siegel of NYU Square ...

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Mrs. A. Flood

Sunday, August 16, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.

The guest is Alincita(?) Flood, Vice President of New York Chapter of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. She discusses race tensions ...

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Averell W. Harriman

Sunday, August 09, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Former Governor of New York Averell W. Harriman is the guest, Discusses domestic politics and the US relationship with Russia.


Panelists include Lillian Affan, Jack Parker, ...

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George Runquist

Sunday, April 26, 1959

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Interview with George Runquist, director of the New York City Civil Liberties Union discuss issues related to civil liberties in New York City - particularly related ...

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Robert M. MacIvor

Sunday, February 01, 1959

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MacIvor answers questions about the Juvenile Delinquency Evaluation Project.


Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Panelists: Bernie Lufkowitz, Jack Parker, Jim Farrell, Elaine Paul


Question:


Probation system is grossly inadequate. Advises a ...

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Lt. General Clarence R. Huebner

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Jay Nelson Tuck moderates.


Guest is Lt. General Clarence R. Huebner, New York State Director ...

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