Voice cuts: Secretary Dean Rusk; Senator J. William Fulbright; John Bailey; Roy Wilkens
(1) John M. Bailey, Democratic national chairman, and William E. Miller, Republican national chairman, on the "Get Out the Vote" campaign co-sponsored by the American Heritage Foundation and the Advertising Council (4 cuts, 6/16). (2) Former vice-president Richard M. Nixon remarks that Pennsylvania Gov. William Scranton has a fighting chance to win the Republican nomination for the presidency (6/16). (3) Gov. Scranton on his visit to Des Moines, Iowa at the start of a six-state campaign tour (6/16). (4) Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, speaks about three murdered civil rights workers in Mississippi after his meeting with Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy (6/24). (5) Gov. Scranton, speaking to the Maryland State Republican Convention in Baltimore, formally announces that he is a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination (6/12). (6) Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-MA) on the need for passage of the civil rights bill, "We could tinker with this bill forever without ever moving to vote on it" (6/4). (7) Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, from his national headquarters in Albany, NY, concedes defeat in the California Republican presidential primary (6/3). (8) Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Sen. J. William Fulbright (D-AR), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on South Vietnam (5/21). (9) Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara’s pitch for a strong military aid program (5/21).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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