Marvin Sleeper

Marvin Sleeper appears in the following:

John V. Lindsay

Sunday, June 08, 1958

Congressional candidate John V. Lindsay.

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Paul Screvane

Sunday, June 01, 1958

Learn how to properly dispose of a cigarette butt, the prospect for 'dog comfort stations' and the atomic disposal of trash.

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Henry Cohen

Sunday, May 11, 1958

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

Henry Cohen, Senior Management Consultant in the City Administration Office, discusses population trends and the population of specific areas in NYC.

Marvin Sleeper moderates.

Panelists: ...

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Dr. Morris Jacobs, Commissioner of Hospitals, On Care and Rehabilitation of the Elderly

Wednesday, April 23, 1958

On this episode of Campus Press Conference, college newspaper editors question Dr. Morris Jacobs, New York City Commissioner of Hospitals, about care for elderly hospital patients.

According to Jacobs, the elderly are the largest percentage of hospital patients at an average age of 60.1 and a life ...

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Dr. Leona Baumgartner

Sunday, January 26, 1958

Dr. Leona Baumgartner, City Health Commissioner, discusses fluoridation and the polio vaccine.

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Charles Abrams

Sunday, January 12, 1958

The Chairman of the State Commission Against Discrimination, answers question about discrimination in housing and employment.

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Maxwell Lehman

Sunday, January 05, 1958

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

Maxwell Lehman, Deputy City Administrator, answers questions.


Marvin Sleeper hosts.


Panelists: Ruth Corsnick and Jim Farrell.


Questions cover air pollution, traffic, water supply, etc. in New York City and suburbs.


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Harris J. Klein

Sunday, December 22, 1957

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

Harris J. Klein answers questions about the city's transit problems.

Marvin Sleeper hosts.

Panelists: Jim Farrell, Michael Spielman, and Ruth Corsnick

Questions: ...

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Health Insurance

Sunday, December 01, 1957

Democratic State Senator Samuel L. Greenberg and Republican State Senator Daniel G. Albert are interviewed by student journalists about the subject of health insurance in New York and in the United States.
Asking the questions are Ruth Korsnick of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Jim [Farrell] of the ...

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Louis J. Lefkowitz

Sunday, November 10, 1957

The New York State courts need reorganization!

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Vito P. Battista

Sunday, October 27, 1957

The United Taxpayer Party revealed.

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Ralph Whelan

Wednesday, August 14, 1957

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

Editors of college newspapers question a prominent personality in the news. Marving Sleeper introduces the guest Ralph Whelan, Executive Director of New York City Youth Board, and the college journalists. Paulette ...

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Felisa Rincón de Gautier, mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Tuesday, July 16, 1957

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

What is the biggest Puerto Rican problem in New York?
What is the biggest Puerto Rican problem in San Juan?

Doà±a Felisa de Gautier, Mayor of San ...

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Carmine DeSapio

Sunday, June 16, 1957

A political kingpin defends Mayor Wagner's administration.

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Paul Screvane

Sunday, May 19, 1957

The big sweep revealed.

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Dr. Frank S. Horne

Sunday, May 05, 1957

The so-called ghetto is the last vestige of racism...and stems from an unAmerican economic practice.

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Dr Frank S. Horne, Executive Director Commission of Intergroup Relations on integration and race problems.

Sunday, May 05, 1957

The New York City Commission on Intergroup Relations its mission to promote positive relationships among all groups in the city and stamp out discrimination.

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Emanuel Celler

Sunday, March 17, 1957

The Congressman says you can't ramrod certain change like this down the throats of people in the South. Integration is revolutionary.

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Abraham Beame

Sunday, January 13, 1957

A bean counter's bean counter.

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Mayor's Conference, December 26, 1956

Wednesday, December 26, 1956

The Mayor's year-ender for 1956.

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