Voice cuts, Reel #13-62
(1) Rep. Thomas Curtis (R-Missouri) on the defeat in the Senate of the Medical Care for the Aged bill. (7/17). (2) James Wolfe, chief negotiator for the railroads at work rules talks in Chicago, on railroad industry decision to layoff firemen and the possibility of a strike (7/17). (3) Dr. George M. Fister, American Medical Association president, on the defeat of the administration’s compromise medical care plan for the elderly (7/17). (4) Anthony Celebrezze, former mayor of Cleveland, OH, speaking at White House on his nomination to Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare post (7/17). (5) Republican National Chairman William D. Miller denies that Republican “obstructionism” killed the Medicare proposal (7/17). (6) Democratic National Chairman John Bailey predicts that Medicare would be a key issue in the November elections (7/18). (7) Celebrezze comments after the Senate Finance Committee approves his HEW post nomination (7/19). (8) Arthur Sylvester, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs remarks on U.S. anti-missile test success (7/19). (9) Sen. Everett Dirksen presents Lt. Col. John H. Glenn Jr with a gold wristwatch for helping to prove 13 isn’t an unlucky number, his mission having been flown in the 13th space capsule launched by this country (7/25). (10) Celebrezze takes the oath of office as Secretary of HEW in a ceremony in the White House rose garden (7/31).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
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