Chet Hollifield urges end to nuclear test ban; weapon development must proceed[...]

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(1) Sen. John G. Tower (R-Tex.), answering questions after being sworn in, says solving the Southern segregation problem will "have to be left to the Southern moderates" (6/15). (2) Joseph Curran, president of the National Maritime Union, on three-coast strike (6/16). (3) Rep. Chester E. Holifield (D-CA) urges end to nuclear test ban, "Our weapon development must proceed" (6/14). (4) Rep. J. Edward Roush (D-IN) asked "How does it feel to be seated?" (6/14). (5) Burlesque star Ann Corio on burning of the "Old Howard" theater in Boston (6/20). (6) Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) calls for the study of communism in the public schools, "training our future citizens to know the enemy of their country" (3 cuts, 6/21). (7) Karel Hlasny, an Army language school instructor, recounting how he was contacted by Czechoslovakian spy Miroslav Nadvalac (5 cuts, 6/21). (8) Dr. Janet Travell, White House physician, on Kennedy's illness, the President "doesn't rest well. He likes his work" (6/22). (9) Secretary of State Dean Rusk on West Berlin (5 cuts, 6/22). (9) Bob Osbourne interviews Fred Jasperson, 23, a Peace Corps applicant (6/22). (10) President John F. Kennedy news conference (4 cuts, 6/28). (11) Rep. Chester E. Holifield (D-CA), chairman of the House-Senate Atomic Committee, calls atom battery "miraculous" (6/29).
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