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Lowenstein Funeral #269423

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 18, 1980
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(Studio) Allard Lowenstein's murder last week and his role in dump-Johnson movement in 1968 recalled.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(NYC) Lowenstein's funeral services today featured; films shown. [Representative Andy JACOBS - pays tribute to Lowenstein; lists other political leaders assassinated.] [William BUCKLEY - eulogizes Lowenstein.] Musical tributes noted; heard in part. [Edward KENNEDY - eulogizes Lowenstein.] Lowenstein's urging of Kennedy campaign to emphasize gun control in New York and his murder the following day noted. Burial in Arlington National Cemetery announced.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Bradley, Ed;
Young, Steve

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