Voice cuts: Christian Archibald Herter; Stuart Symington
(1) Sen. Stuart Symington (D-MO) in the upcoming presidential election (6 cuts, 3/24). (2) Rep. William S. Moorhead (D-PA) on the Civil Rights Bill of 1960, just passed in the House (3/23). (3) Secretary of State Christian A. Herter on President Dwight D. Eisenhower upcoming talks with Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan (3/25). (4) President Eisenhower, shortly after returning from Camp David, MD, where he and Britain's Prime Macmillan had talks on nuclear weapons tests, he remarks on test-ban treaties with Soviets and on medical aid for the aged (3 cuts, 3/30). (5) British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, "a great honor" to come and speak with President Eisenhower (3/30). (6) President Eisenhower offers "just one more thing" about summit meetings (3/30). (7) Rep. William S. Moorhead (D-PA) on Rep. Aime Forand's (D-RI) bill to add health insurance to retirement benefits of social security (4/6). (8) Arthur S. Fleming, secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, says the administration is concerned over "compulsory insurance" (4/6). (9) Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-IL) argues with James B. Carey, President of the International Union of Electrical Workers, and Sen. Joseph Clark (D-PA), walks out of hearing, "insane statement" (4/6) (10) Arthur S. Fleming, secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, outlines the program for non-compulsory health insurance (4/6). (11) Sen. Hugh Scott (R-PA) on medical aid to the aged, cost less than grain storage (4/7). (12) Sen Jacob Javits (R-NY) outlines how the bill meets HEW provisions, short version (4/7). (13) Dr. William H. Summerson, an army chemical warfare expert, on the US need to develop chemical weapons (4/8). (14) Secretary of State Christian Herter on disarmament, Cuba, possible laws governing outer space (4 cuts, 4/8). (15) Arthur S. Fleming, secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, says administration is "vigorously exploring" alternatives to the Forand bill. (4/11). (16) Rep. Kenneth W. Hechler (D-WV) on Federal Power Commission irregularities (4/13). (17) Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers president, on Rep. Aime Forand's (D-RI) bill to add health insurance to retirement benefits of social security (4/12).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
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