Voice cuts: Cong. Victor Know; Clarence Mitchell; Governor Nelson Rockefeller; Arthur Sylvester

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(1) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL), asked what he thought should be the national flower, suggests the marigold (10/24). (2) Martin Brecker, father of quadruplets, in New York, "I'm nervous" (10/24). (3) Anthony J. Celebrezze, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, speaking at the Second National Congress on Medical Quackery (10/25). (4) Rep. Victor Knox (R-MI) remarks on smoked fish from the Great Lakes Fish and the FDA warning about botulism (10/28). (5) Clarence Mitchell Jr., chief lobbyist for the NAACP, reacts to the House Judiciary Committee's compromise on the civil rights bill (10/29). (6) Sen. Birch Bayh (D-IN) remarks foreign aid should be reviewed, particularly in connection to Dominican Republic (10/31). (7) Rep. J. Edward Roush (D-IN) introduces Indiana Dunes Park bill, creating a national park on the Lake Michigan shore (10/31). (8) President Kennedy remarks at a news conference on the race to the moon, troop strength in Germany, Sen. Goldwater, and automation (4 cuts, 10/31). (9) Indianapolis officials describe a gas explosion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds (3 cuts, 11/1). (10) Former Ambassador Tran Van Chong in Boston on the coup by dissident South Vietnamese (3 cuts, 11/1). (11) Arthur Sylvester, assistant secretary of defense for public affairs, on U.S. Naval Forces dispatched to Vietnam "as a precautionary measure" (11/1). (12) Sen. Paul Douglas (D-IL) will probably vote "no'' on the tax bill in 1963 (11/1). (13) Rep. Clement J. Zablock (D-WI) remarks on the Vietnam coup, calls the deaths of Diem and Nhu repulsive assassinations (11/4). (14) Gen James Polk, U.S. Berlin commandant in Berlin, on Berlin convoy incident; Lt. John Lamb, commanding officer of halted convoy (11/6). (15) James Hoffa announces "master contract" proposal for Teamsters (11/6). (16) New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, in Albany, announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination and his entrance into New Hampshire primary (11/7). (17) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) remarks Rockefeller decision "not unexpected;" tells of car accident (11/7).
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