Peter Dominick on budget Government spending Vietnam

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(1) James R. Hoffa, president of the Teamsters Union, on behalf of the federal highway safety bill (4/6). (2) Sen. Warren G. Magnuson (D-WA) on establishing safety standards with the federal highway safety bill (4/6). (3) Agency for International Development Director David E. Bell, first administration witness for President Johnson's $3.4 billion request, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (4/6). (4) Sen. George Murphy (R-CA) on inflation, high food cost, President Johnson's request to American housewives (4/7). (5) Sen. Peter Dominick (R-CO) on the federal budget, suggests cutting everything "except the needs of the military and the war effort in Vietnam" (4/7). (6) Sen. Gale W. McGee (D-WY), after returning from Vietnam, comments on rioting in Vietnam, unstable government in Saigon (4/7). (7) President Lyndon Johnson receiving the Albert Lasker Award for significant contributions to public health (4/7). (8) Rep. Theodore R. Kupferman (R-NY) on legislation to allow current users of Krebiozen, an alleged cancer treatment, to have continuous access to this product (4/7). (9) President Johnson signing extension of Medicare deadline, San Antonio, TX (4/8). (10) David E. Bell, Agency for International Development administrator, on birth control; possibility of overthrow of South Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyễn Cao Kỳ (4/8). (11) Sen. Ernest Gruening (D-AK) on Vietnam, "one of the most tragic errors the United States has ever committed in its history" (4/8).
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