Voice cuts: Harry S. Truman; John L. Lewis; Stuart Symington

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(1) Rep. Sam Rayburn (D-TX) on his birthday, bachelorhood, and farm legislation (3 cuts, 1/6). (2) Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D-TX), second session of Congress, farm legislation (4 cuts, 1/6). (3) President Dwight D. Eisenhower's State of the Union address (4 cuts, 1/7). (4) Senator John F. Kennedy's (D-MA) reaction to the State of the Union address (1/7). (5) President Eisenhower's State of the Union address, "not unique as president" (1/7). (6) As his news conference, President Eisenhower remarks on New York Gov. Rockefeller dropping out of the race for presidential nomination, Russian missile strength and Pacific Ocean targets, the new steel contract, defense and partisanship, Egypt's Aswan Dam (1/13). (7) Sen. Theodore Francis Green (D-RI), 92, announces his retirement (1/13). (8) Rep. James G. Fulton (R-PA) reacts to Nikita Khrushchev remarks, US "is much ahead of Russia" (1/14). (9) John L. Lewis steps down as president of the United Mine Workers; Thomas Kennedy, his replacement, comments on Lewis (1/15). (10) Capt. Clarence Sayen, president of the Airline Pilots Association, urges Congress to demand improved airport safety (2 cuts, 1/19). (11) Secretary of Defense Thomas Gates remarks on the ongoing threat from Russian (2 cuts, 1/20). (12) Former President Harry S. Truman on presidential primaries and politics (1/21). (13) James T. Pyles, deputy director of the Federal Aviation Administration, on plane crashes (1/21). (14) Sen. Paul Douglas (D-IL) on Castro and Cuba (1/25). (15) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) on slanders at Nixon (1/25). (16) Sen. Paul Douglas (D-IL), chairman of the Senate-House economic committee, remarking on the possibility of "growth without inflation" (1/26). (17) Attorney General William P. Rogers on plan to enforce voting rights (1/26). (18) Sen. Stuart Symington (D-MO) accuses the Eisenhower administration with manipulation of intelligence data (1/27).
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Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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