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Birch Bayh Press Releases 1963-1968

 Senator from Indiana, 1963-80

 

Press Releases and Statements 1963-68

Titles were added starting with 67-65.

Bayh-lines listed here are not newsletters but COLUMNS.

Date

No.

Title/Subject

1963

1963.2.10

R-1

Inspection - Whitewater River Flood Control Association

1963.2.13

R-2

G.I. Bill in Indiana

1963.2.15

R-3

Burns Waterway Harbor and Indiana Dunes

1963.3.1

R-4

Statement on National Fiscal Policy

1963.4.8

R-5

Speech to Wabash River Navigation Conference - Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute, IN

1963.4.12

R-6

Letter to Allen S. Boyd, Civil Aeronautics Board Chairman, regarding air service to Fort Wayne and Muncie

1963.3.19

R-7

Itinerary for weekend of April 19

1963.5.22

R-8

D.C. Teachers College convocation and citation for service to education

1963.5.23

R-9

Letter to Gen. Jackson Graham, Wabash Valley Board of Engineers protesting delay in action on interim report on Wabash River Basin

1963.5.25

R-10

Letter to Indianapolis School Board president protesting suspension of Miss Welch

1963.5.27

R-11

"Ten most promising men in Congress" - Washington Press Corps

1963.6.5

R-12

Speech at Indiana 4-H round-up at Purdue

1963.6.7

R-13

Itinerary for weekend of June 7

1963.6.10

R-14

Senator Bayh Plans Meeting on Wabash Valley Survey of Water Resources

1963.6.17

R-15

Bayh premiers film on Indiana's efforts to fight juvenile delinquency

1963.6.19

R-16

Letter to Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Larrick expressing concern over testing and evaluation of cancer drug Krebiozen

1963.6.27

R-17

Statement for Broadcasting Magazine supporting repeal of equal time provision

1963.6.28

R-18

Senator Bayh Calls for Passage of Civil Rights Bill (annual convention of Christ Temple Apostolic Church)

1963.7.2

R-19

Letter to Appropriation Committee Agriculture Subcommittee chair on funds to fight infestation of cereal leaf beetle in Indiana

1963.7.4

R-20

Senator Bayh Says Independence and Discrimination Are Contradictory in America

1963.7.25

R-21

Life feature on Mrs. Bayh

1963.7.31

R-22

Senator Bayh Asks Protection for Indiana Shoe Manufacturers

1963.9.10

R-23

Senator Bayh Announces Three Staff Changes

1963.9.30

R-24

Midwest Senators to Hear MPATI Expansion Plans [Midwestern Program on Airborne Television Instruction]

1963.10.2

R-25

Senator Bayh Named Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee Chairman

1963.11.4

R-26

Senator Bayh to Represent United States at Paris NATO Conference

1963.11.4

R-27

Senator Bayh Sponsors Bill to Boost Private Industry

1963.11.26

R-28

Senator Bayh Sponsors Assassination Legislation

1964

1964

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Statement: Proposed Income Tax Benefits for College Students

1964

1-64

Presidential Succession and Disability

1964.2.5

3-64

Senator Bayh Names Legislative Assistant

1964.2.13

4-64

Military Academy Nominations

1964.2.13

6-64

Tentative Schedule for remainder of February

1964.2.15

8-64

Remarks before the Association of State Bar Presidents

1964.2.19

9-64

Dinner Honoring Select Students in School of Agriculture, Purdue

1964.2.13

10-64

Subcommittee Hearings on Presidential Inability and Vacancy in Vice Presidency

1964.2.19

11-64

Farm Program

1964.2.20

12-64

American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago

1964.2.

13-64

Larry Conrad Appointed

1964.2.24

14-64

Kaiser Jeep Corporation

1964.2.22

15-64

Advisory to News Media

1964.

16-64

Presidential Succession

1964.3.4

17-64

America's Peace Corps

1964.3

18-64

Acreage Retirement Program

1964.3.14

19-64

Presidential Inability and Vacancy in Vice-Presidency

1964

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Testimony on Floor: Indiana Dunes

1964.3.16

20-64

Acreage-retirement Program

1964.

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Education

1964.3.16

21-64

Economic Growth in the U.S.

1964.3.18

22-64

Indiana Farmers

1964.3.20

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Joint Statement of Governor Matthew Welsh, Hartke, and Bayh plus Madden, Brademas, J. Ed. Roush and Winfield Denton putting Welsh's name on Indiana ballot as Presidential candidate

1964.3.23

24-64

Interstate Shipment of Swine

1964.3.25

25-64

Civil Rights Bill

1964.3.31

26-64

American Aid to Indonesia

1964.4.14

27-64

DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana

1964.4.23

28-64

Presidential Inability

1964.4.24

29-64

Evanston, Illinois Speech (includes speech text)

1964.4.24

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Excerpts from Senator Kennedy's speech in Indianapolis (includes intro information)

1964.4.30

30-64

House Public Works Subcommittee "flood control"

1964.4.29

31-64

Civil Rights

1964.4.30

32-64

Statement before the Public Works Committee "Wabash Valley"

1964.5.2

33-64

Excerpts from Bayh at J.F.K. Memorial Dinner, Huntingburg

1964.5.5

34-64

Senate Floor Statement -- Mail on Civil Rights

1964.5.19

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Speech, Hammond Chamber of Commerce

1964.5.15

35-64

Speech, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

1964.5.23

36.64

Agreement reached on Inability Vice-Presidency Vacancy Amendment

1964.5.27

37-64

Statement on Action of the Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments

1964.

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S.J. Resolution 139Joint Resolution see 51-64

1964.6.5

38-64

Announcement of Young Citizens for Johnson

1964.6.5

39-64

Advisory to News Media about Young Citizens for Johnson

1964.6.3

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Statement on National Rivers and Harbors (Clifty Creek Reservoir)

1964.6.16

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Statement concerning Improvements on Crooked Creek in Vicinity of Madison (testimony before U.S. Army Corps of Engineers District Engineer W. Roper)

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(No 40-64)

1964.6.19

41-64

Passage of the Civil Rights Bill

1964.6.19

42-64

Speech to Massachusetts State Democratic Convention (typescript with Bayh's editing)

1964.6.19

43-64

Bayh announces federal approval of youth training and work program at Camp Atterbury [Manpower Development and Training Program] (edited typescript)

1964.7.2

44-64a

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore (package of adjustments)

1964.7.18

44-64b

Dedication of National Guard Armory, Winchester, Indiana

1964.7.30

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Letter to Senator Henry M. Jackson re Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1964.7.31

45-64

Visit with U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia (Howard P. Jones) (missing)

1964.7.31

46-64

Thomas A. DeMattina named Special Assistant of Young Citizens for Johnson by Bayh, who is national chairman

1964.8.3

47-64

Foreign Assistance to Indonesia (missing)

1964.8.3

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Activities of Young Citizens for Johnson at Democratic National Convention

1964.8.7

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Thank you Letter to editors for constituents' support following plane crash in Massachusetts [Edward Kennedy]

1964.8.7

48-64

Bill for Veterans’ Widows

1964.8.6

49-64

Statement on Vietnam Crises

1964.8.8

50-64

Young Citizens for Johnson Supporters in Los Angeles

1964.8.17

51-64

Advisory to News Media correcting cosponsors to Bayh's bill S.J. Res. 139 on presidential inability and succession, attached to press release 51-64 (includes typed draft of S.J. Res. 139, Bayh's statement opening hearings in Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee Jan 22, 1964, and S.J. Res. 139 from the 88th, 2nd session

1964.8.17

52-64

Social Security Bill

1964.8.25

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Speech by Senator Bayh before the Democratic National Convention

1964.8.27

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Speech of Senator Bayh for Youth Rally (missing)

1964.9.4

53-64

Miami, Florida - launching of Florida Young Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey

1964.9.12

54-64

Marion, Virginia - Political for Congress W. Pat Jennings

1964.9.12.

55-64

Louisville, Kentucky - launching of Kentucky Young Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey

1964.9.12

56-64

Nashville, Tennessee - launching of Tennessee Young Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey

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(No 57-64)

1964.9.18

58-64

Washington, DC "Youth Wants to Know"

1964.9.17

59-64

Huntington, Indiana - Bayh urges nation to unite behind Lyndon Johnson

1964.9.19

60-64

Bayh stresses importance of youth vote at Springfield, Illinois Midwest Democrats Conference

1964.9.20

61-64

Charleston, Illinois - Eastern Illinois University (missing)

1964.9.20

62-64

Bayh predicts young people will support Johnson at Indianapolis Young Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey Barbecue

1964.9.23

63-64

Terre Haute, Indiana - Appearance with Humphrey

1964.9.21

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Speech to Odd Fellows on search for world peace

1964. 9.24

64-64

Plymouth, Indiana - Democratic rally

1964.9.23

65-64

Fort Wayne, Indiana - Allen County Pharmacists Association

1964.9.23

66-64

Statement on Cancellation of Speech in Fort Wayne [physicians, intimidation of pharmacists]

1964.9.24

67-64

Speech at Bloomington, Indiana Democratic rally stresses Johnson's support for education

1964.9.25

68-64

Speech for Muncie, Indiana Democratic rally stresses search for peace

1964.9.27

69-64

Speech at Seymour, Indiana rally honoring John Bottorff stresses Johnson's strong economic policies

1964.9

70-64

Bayh's speaking schedule Sept. 17- Oct. 11

1964.9.27

71-64

Bayh urges young voter participation at Far Hills, New Jersey Young Citizens for Johnson-Humphrey barbecue rally

1964.9.28

72-64

Speech in Louisville to Kentucky Medical Association urges physicians not to judge candidates on single issues

1964.9.28

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Statement by Senator Bayh in Senate of the United States in support of S.J. Res. 139 on presidential disability and succession

1964.10.1

73-64

Butler, Pennsylvania - Young Democrats dinner for Frank M. Clark, Representative

1964.9.29

74-64

Passage of Indiana Dunes bill

1964.10.2

75-64

South Bend, Indiana - toured 3rd Congressional District with Brademas

1964.10.4

76-64

Riverside, California - Supporting John V. Tunney for Congress

1964.10.5

77-64

Marion, Indiana - Democratic rally

1964.10.6

78-64

Madison, Indiana - Bayh urges support for President Johnson

1964.10.7

79-64

Columbus, Indiana - Political speech

1964.10.

80-64

Schedule of Senator Bayh

1964.10.9

81-64

New Albany, Indiana - Democratic rally

1964.10.11

82-64

St. Louis, Missouri - YCJ-H rally (cancelled)

1964.10.7

83-64

Valparaiso, Indiana Meeting with state and port officials on Burns Ditch

1964.10.13

84-64

Burlington County, NJ - dinner honoring Rep. Frank Thompson, Jr., and Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr.

1964.10.14

85-64

Grinnell, Iowa - Democratic rally

1964.10.15

86-64

Valley City, ND - Fund-raising dinner (cancelled)

1964.10.15

87-64

Detroit, Michigan - Michigan Federation of Teachers

1964.10.16

88-64

Kokomo, Indiana - Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity

1964.11.20

89-64

Statement Regarding the Closing of Three Installations and the Expanding of a Fourth

1964.11.10

90-64

Advisory to News Media re news conference by Andy Jacobs, Jr.

1964.12.9

91-64

Meetings to be held in Indiana re planned closings of military establishments at Terre Haute and Rockville

1964.12.10

92-64

Bayh predicts passage of proposed legislation on Presidential inability and vacancy in the Vice-Presidency

1964.12.11

93-64

Bayh speaks to community leaders regarding proposed military base closings

1964.12.23

95-64

Bayh to introduce legislation to allow federal participation in building a deep-water port at Burns Ditch

1965

1965.1.2

1-65

Bayh urges economic boycott of Indonesia if it pulls out of UN

1965.1.7

2-65

Bayh introduces presidential disability amendment S.J.Res. 1, like one he introduced last year that passed Senate 65-0; 69 Democratic sponsors, 21 Republican by end of Jan. 6.

1965.1.7

3-65

Bayh urges LBJ to his power to halt U.S. aid to Indonesia (it withdrew from UN)

1965.1.8

4-65

Bayh co-sponsors bill to establish Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1965.1.12

5-65

Bayh introduces (for self and Hartke) bill to permit federal aid to construction of deep-water port in NW Indiana

1965.1.17

6-65

Bayh speaks to Touchdown Club dinner in DC in support of ethics in sports

1965.1.29

10-65

Bayh in support of S.J.Res. 1, even if not perfect

1965.2.9

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Testimony before Judiciary Committee in support of S.J.Res. 1

1965.2.11

13-65 & 14-65?

Bayh statement read on his behalf before Senate Special Committee on Aging meeting in Indy says much needs to be done to provide adequate nursing homes for elderly

1965.2.18

14?-65

Supports proposed Cold War GI Bill

1965.3.1

15-65

Bayh releases partial list of witnesses on amendments to revise apportionment in state legislatures (countering Sup Ct ruling that has to be on population only)

1965.3.3

16-65

On reapportionment hearings: will not tolerate vilification of Sup Ct, will seek area of agreement

1965.3.4

17-65

Bayh introduces amendment to require electoral college votes to reflect popular vote proportions; turn presidential election to House and V-P to Senate if no one receives a majority; and to establish V-P elect as successor of President-elect dies before electoral votes are validated (S.J.Res. 58)

1965.3.12

20-65

(Emotional) Response to hatred expressed in Selma riot

1965.3.15

21-65

Excerpts from remarks at Steven Roy Crawford Appreciation Day meeting, Logansport (handicapped child)

1965.3.15

22-65

Excerpts from dedication of Tirey Memorial Union, ISU

23-65

[missing, with note in file that it was removed for legislative study by Gary Schneck]

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24-65

[file empty]

1965.3.18

25-65

Support for LBJ efforts to curb juvenile crime in U.S. (statement in Senate)

1965.3.23

26-65

Letter to Dean Rusk supporting keeping economic aid to Indonesia under review

1965.4.5

27-65

Introduces bill to permit vets' widows to receive VA home and business loans

1965.4.2

28-65

Senate speech on nation taking satisfaction in unemployment reduction

1965.4.9

30-65

Hails ESEA passage as great achievement (was co-sponsor)

1965.4.21

32-65

Demands in floor statement that Civil Aeronautics Board end practice of discriminating against smaller cities' requests for air travel

1965.4.29

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14 Midwestern Senators have drafted comprehensive disaster relief legislation

1965.5.18

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At Ft. Wayne state LWV conference, explains reapportionment proposal safeguards

1965.6.4

36-65

Bayh supports controls on gun purchases (S. 14) but not prohibition of guns through the mail (S. 1592)

1965.6.1

37-65

Marvella's Indiana speech schedule for June

38-65

[folder emply; label says "About Money for Education"

1965.6.5

39-65

Marvella's speech to Federated Democratic Women's Clubs of Indiana on keeping up strong efforts

1965.6.5

41-65

Bayh urges Senate Democrats to resist efforts to repeal requirement that only U.S. materials be used under 1964 mass transit act

1965.6.10

42-65

House and Senate conferees reach agreement on presidential disability amendment

1965.6.10

43-65

Asks Senate Public Works Subcommittee to authorize $39.9 million for Patoka and Clifty Creek reservoirs

1965.6.10

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Marvella speech to Indiana 4-H leaders

1965.6.11

44-65

Statement after Public Works Subcommittee testimony says we're entering new era in flood control

1965.6.15

45-65

Bayh optimistic about passage of disaster relief legislation in 89th Congress

1965.6.15

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Attachment to the foregoing: Summary of Disaster Relief Legislation Offered by Midwestern Senators for Themselves and Others

1965.6.18

46-65

Bayh announces five Indiana men to be among the 20 witnesses testifying on proposed comprehensive disaster relief legislation

1965.n..d.

46-65

Statement in support of Senate action to exclude foreign aid to Indonesia for the second year [Label: "IDEA Column #2]

1965.6.17

47-65

Bayh offers substitute to Dirksen's S.J. Res. 2 on legislative apportionment to Const. Amendments Subcommittee

1965.6.19

48-65

Urges Georgia Young Democrats meeting in DC to become stronger from precinct level up

1965.6.21

49-65

Bayh opens hearings in Public Works Subcommittee on comprehensive disaster relief legislation

1965.6.24

50-65

Bayh will carry fight to modify Dirksen apportionment proposal to the full Judiciary Committee (Const Am Subcommittee voted to send it forward)

1965.6.28

51-65

Bayh speech to Girls' State advocating working to maintain democracy

1965.7.1

53-65

Bayh opposes amendment that would favor wheat farming over corn farming

1965.6.30

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Bayh statement to Senate in support of S.J.Res. 1

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Carbons of wording of S.J. Res. 1, including carbon of official form

1965.7.1

54-65

Bayh expects Senate approval of conference report on 25th Amendment

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Language of S.J. Res. 1, Sections 1-4, for release

1965.7.9

55-65

Bayh proposes that CAB be required to give smaller cities a 2-year grace period on air service after ruling to discontinue existing service

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: "Disability-Succession Amendment Goes to States" [Label: Column 3 Disability]

1965.7.9

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Statement (long) before Senate Aviation Subcommittee re air service to smaller cities

1965.7.8

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Testimony on proposed Wabash National Wildlife Refuge at ISU (read for him)

1965.7.12

56-65

Summary of Disaster Relief Act of 1965

1965.7.12

57-65

Summary of Indiana projects included in Omnibus Rivers and Harbors Act of 1965

1965.7.19

59-65

Bayh at UAW Conference in Lafayette talks about need for more support for education and vocational training

1965.7.19

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Bayh Senate speech in support of Cold War GI Bill of 1965

1965.7.21

60-65

Bayh objects to publication of Subcommittee on Internal Security study without review by its members, due to objectionable allegations contained in it (anti-communism)

1965.7.26

61-65

Bayh objects to Dirksen taking his apportionment amendment directly to Senate floor, bypassing subcommittee and Judiciary Committee

1965.7.29

62-65

Bayh pushes 25th Amendment before Governors' Conference in Minneapolis

1965.7.

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Bayh-lines from Washington: "Disaster Relief Bill Clears Senate" [Label says "Column #4]

1965.7.22

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Remarks to Senate on Const Am Subcommittee efforts regarding proposed apportionment amendment

1965.7.27

63-65

Bayh introduces amendment to firearms bill (S. 1592) to reduce dealer fee

1965.7.16

64-65

Bayh has sent U.S. flag to two Hoosier GIs who will present it to Hue, South Viet Nam

1965.8.6

65-65

Bayh asked administration to consider recalling U.S. ambassador to Indonesia

1965.8.11

66-65

Statement before Rivers and Harbors Subcommittee of House Committee on Public Works in support of Burns Waterway Harbor

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Flaws in the Firearms Bill

1965.8.17

67-65

New Proposal of Apportionment (Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee to meet to consider new proposal by Dirksen [S.J.Res. 103] on reapportionment; no hearing, just tough discussions)

1965.8.24

68-65

Busseron Watershed Approval (Senate to approve $9.5 million Busseron Watershed project in Sullivan, Vigo, Greene and Clay Counties)

1965.8.27

68-65

Shipping to Vietnam (Bayh to introduce legislation to bring sanctions against free-world nations shipping goods to North Viet Nam)

1965.9.1

69-65

Shipping to North Vietnam: Statement

1965.9.4

70-65

Speech at Franklin (to Indiana High School Press Association meeting promoting responsibility of youth for maintaining respect for law)

1965.9.8

71-65

Art Reception (sent to non-Hoosier press) (Bayhs to host reception in Senate Caucus Room in honor of new Indiana State Arts Commission, bringing together artists and government leaders)

1965.9.8

72-65

Art Festival Reception (Bayhs host traveling exhibition as part of Indiana's Festival of the Arts)

1965.9.14

73-65

Art Reception (list of artists) (Bios of artists included in traveling exhibition)

1965.9.14

74-65

Art Reception (Report on reception)

1965.9.14

75-65

Farm Bill (Bayh votes against Administration-supported farm bill, contends that piecemeal approach is no longer workable)

1965.9.15

76-65

Atom Smashing Sites: Bayh statement of support for AEC considering two sites in Indiana for the National Atomic

Accelerator Laboratory

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Anti-Vietnam Demonstrations, Column #8 [not in folder; note saying material was removed for Leg. Study by Gary Schneck]

1965.9.24

76-65

Career in Health Professions (Bayh urges young Hoosiers at Indiana Health Careers Conference to consider health professions)

1965.9.25

77-65

Easter Seals Banquet (Bayh as 1965 Easter Seal Chairman, emphasizes private charitable giving)

1965.9.22

78-65

Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress (Bayh advocates 4-year terms for House members and other reforms)

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Preserving Our Precious Water Supply

1965.9.29

79-65

Steel, Animals, Defamation (Bayh co-sponsorship of bills to study steel imports, assure humane treatment of laboratory animals, and prohibit defamatory material in the mail)

1965.10.2

80-65

Dunes Testimony at Valpo (Statement on Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore at Valparaiso, S. 360 and H.R. 51)

1965.10.12

81-65

Indiana Itinerary (Bayh schedule of appearances Oct. 14-23)

1965.10.15

82-65

Vietnamese Commando Peace Corps (Speech to Indiana State Chamber of Commerce on Vietnamese nationals being selected and trained through A.I.D.)

1965

83-65

Letter to AEC Chair Seaborg (supporting location of 200 BEV Accelerator in the Midwest)

1965.10.14

84-65

Senate Appropriations (Bayh request to committee to earmark anti-poverty funds for rural anti-poverty programs)

1965.10.18

85-65

Big Walnut Reservoir (Bayh asks Army Corps of Engineers to approve project)

1965.10.18

86-65

Gary Air Pollution Speech

1965.10.18

87-65

Valpo Speech on 25th (Speech to Student Bar Association and Valparaiso University students in support of ratification of 25th Amendment)

1965.10.18

88-65

Portage Speech on Port-Park (Confidence that federal government will help fund deep-water port)

1965.10.20

89-65

Speech on 25th to Indiana Legislature (supporting ratification of 25th Amendment)

1965.10.21

90-65

Indianapolis Speech on Education (supporting new federal funding)

1965.10.29

91-65

CAB Reopening of Hearings (on TWA abandonment of Indianapolis - Terre Haute - St. Louis route1965)

1965.10.29

92-65

Two Senators Plan "Unofficial" Visits in Latin America (Bayhs and Fred Harrises to take 3-week trip to Peru, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile)

1965.11.2

93-65

Itinerary in Latin America

1965.11.3

94-65

Shriver at Atterbury (Bayh reports Shriver support after visit to Job Corps Training Center at Camp Atterbury)

1965.11.5

95-65

Operation Big Lift (Bayh supporting Muncie Jaycees in program to show public support for soldiers in Vietnam)

1965.11.5

96-65

Jim Muldoon (joins Bayh staff)

1965.11.8

97-65

Indiana Students Who CARE (Bayh honorary chairman of college student effort to raise funds for South Vietnamese schoolchildren)

1965.11.9

98-65

Indiana Students Who CARE (details of project with excerpts from Bayh statement of support)

1965.11.8

99-65

College Chairmen for Students Who CARE

1965.11.11

100-65

Vice President Supports Indiana Students Who CARE (Hubert Humphrey)

1965

101-65

Special to Indianapolis News [not in folder; note from Gary Schneck that materials was removed for leg. study]

1965.11.23

102-65

Bayh Proposes "Operation THINK" Massive Education Effort in South America (Operation Total Hemispheric Investment in Knowledge)

1965.12.1

103-65

Bayh to See President about "Operation THINK"

1965

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: " 'Operation THINK' Would Focus U.S. Efforts in Latin American on the Need for Education"

1965.12.8

104-65

Bayh Proposes LBJ Visit to Latin America

1965.12.11

105.65

Hoosiers Can Avoid Water Shortage (supporting conservation)

1965.12.10

106-65

Bayh to Seek Early Passage of Disaster Bill

1965.12.12

107-65

Hubert Humphrey Calls for Ratification of 25th Amendment

1965.12.15

108-65

Judge Landis Sworn In (Bayh congratulations)

1965.12.15

109-65

Bayh Urges Hoosiers to Seek Federal Contracts

1965.12.16

110-65

Bayh Urges Adoption of Big Blue and Downeyville Reservoir Plans (testimony to Army Corps of Engineers)

1965.12.19

110-65 [111-65]

Bayh Urges "Review" of New Programs (supports oversight by existing committees rather than creation of special fact-finding or quality-control committees)

1965.12.16

112-65

Senator Bayh, Army, "Play Cupid" for Hoosier Couple

1965.12.31

113-65

Bayh Asks REA to Prevent Massive Power Failure in 3-State Area (Rural Electrification Administration pooling of power resources)

1965.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: "Economic Gains, Prosperity Continue"

1966 Press Releases

1966.1.7

1-66

Bayh to Sponsor Leadership Conference for Hoosier High School Students

1966.1.8

2-66

Top Officials to Participate in Hoosier Government Leadership Conference

19661.9

3-66

Bayh Helps Stage "Bleed-In" Behind Prison Walls

1966.1.10

4-66

Ratification of Bayh Amendment Expected in 1967 [25th Amendment]

1966.1.11

5-66

Bayh to Serve on State Sports Advisory Committee

1966.1.11

6-66

Bayh to Travel Throughout Indiana This Week

1966.n.d.

7-66

Bayh Hails Approval of 8 Indiana Community Education Centers

1966.1.12

8-66

Bayh Suggests Federal Aid for Maintaining Interstate Highways

1966.1.15

9-66

Bayh Says New Laws Strengthened Education

1966.1.15

10-66

Bayh Optimistic about Nation's Economy

1966.1.16

11-66

Bayh Says Americans Must Not Neglect Domestic Needs

1966.1

Column

Bayh-Lines from Washington: We Must Plan Now for Future Highway Needs

1966.1.18

12-66

Bayh Applauds Proposed International Education Act

1966.1.19

13-66

Bayh Announces Hearings on Electoral College Changes

1966.1.19

13-66

Senate Joint Resolution 58, Proposing Changes in the Electoral College: A Summary

1966.1.20

14-66

Bayh Warns Against Scrapping the State Unit System in Election of Presidents

1966.1.20

15-66

Bayh Introduces Proposal to Extend Terms of Representatives from Two to Four Years

1966.1

Column

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Outlook Is Promising on Cold-War GI Bill

1966.1.25

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Advisory to News Media: Indiana High School Government Leadership Conference

1966.1.26

16-66

Bayh, Hartke Urge More Funds for Hoosier Reservoirs

1966.2.1

17-66

Bayh Lauds 'New Direction' in Foreign Aid

1966.2.4

18-66

Bayh Plans Weekend Speeches in Indiana

1966.2.4

19-66

Bayh Urges Educational Assault on Delinquency

1966.2.5

20-66

Bayh Urges Support for International Education Act

1966.2.5

21-66

Bayh Urges Young People to Seek Careers in Government

1966.2.6

22-66

1000 Attend Government Affairs Conference

1966.2.6

23-66

Bayh Pledges Continued Effort for Patoka Reservoir

1966.2.7

24-66

Bayh Seeks Academy Appointments for Orphans of American Fighting Men Killedin Viet Nam

1966.2.10

25-66

Bayh Recommends Stabilizing of River Bank

1966.2

Column

Bayh-Lines from Washington: New Efforts Needed to Curb Juvenile Crime

Special

26-66

Bayh Urges Further Steps on Shipping to North Viet Nam

1966.2.18

27-66

Bayh Reschedules Hearings on Electoral College Reform

1966.2.25

28-66

Bayh Seeks Investigation of 'Windfall' in A.I.D. Steel-Buying Policy for Vietnam (Press Conference)

1966.2.28

29-66

[Walter Walb and Harlan Hilliker to join Bayh in testifying before Senate Commerce Committee's Aviation Subcommittee this week]

1966.2.28

30-66

Bayh Opens Hearings on Changes in Electoral College

1966.2.28

31-66

Bayh Asks Senate Aviation Subcommittee to Make Thorough Study of Local Service Aviation

1966.3.6

32-66

Mrs. Bayh to Be Substitute Speaker for First Lady

1966.3.6

33-66

Bayh Says A.I.D. Agrees to Full Probe of $15-million Asian Steel 'Windfall'

1966.3.8

34-66

Bayh Demands AID Halt Purchase of Japanese Steel

1966.3.9

35-66

Bayh to Seek Amendment to Foreign Aid Bill to Halt Profiteering by Asian Steel Interests

1966.3

Column

Bayh-Lines from Washington: A.I.D. Steel Buying Policy for Viet Nam Is Exorbitant, Hurts American Industry

1966.3.10

36-66

Senate Unanimously Votes for Bayh Proposal Requiring 'Buy American' Policy on Steel

1966.3.15

37-66

Bayh's Proposal to Help Veterans' Widows Is Encompassed by New GI Bill, VA Rules

1966.3.17

38-66

Evansville "Daughter of Erin' Honored in Nation's Capital [Maureen Fitzgerald]

1966.3.7

D1-66

Hoosier Democrats Arrive for Washington Seminars

1966.3.7

D2-66

Hoosier Democrats Are Told: 'The Future in Viet Nam: No Quick Victory'

Special

D3-66

Gordon St. Angelo: New Breed in the Smoke-Filled Rooms

1966.3.8

D4-66

Hoosier Democrats Meet Cabinet, House Leaders

1966.3.8

D5-66

Government Briefings Continue for Hoosier Democrats

1966.3.10

D6-66

Hoosier Democrats to Tour White House: To Hear Talk by Vice President

1966.3.9

D7-66

Hoosier Democrats Wind Up Government Briefings

1966.3.10

D8-66

[Hoosier Democrats Hear Margaret Price, Cliff Carter

Special

39-66

Bayh Schedules Indiana Speeches

Special

40-66

Mrs. Bayh Offers Hostess Tips

Special

41-66

28 States Have Ratified 25th Amendment on Inability and Succession, Bayh Reports

1966.3.21

42-66

Administration Backs Bayh Bill for Disaster Aid to Farmers

1966.3.21

43-66

Bayh Urges Rusk, Bell to Suspend Purchase of Steel for Vietnam During Congress' Probe

1966.4.5

44-66

Bayh Calls for Prompt Action on Disaster Bill

1966.4.1

45-66

Bayh Seeks Full Watershed Planning Program

1966.4.14

46-66

General Accounting Office Probes A.I.D. Steel Purchases

1966.4.7

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Statement on Reapportionment (Press Conference) (Suggested Language Changes to S. J. Res. 103 attached)

1966.4.7

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Notes from Reapportionment Press Conference

1966.4.14

47-66

Bayh Seeks approval of Indiana-Illinois Pact

1966.4.21

48-66

Bayh 'Gratified' at LBJ's Reception in Mexico

Special

49-66

Senators Support Jewish Protest

1966.4.21

50-66

Study Supports Bayh's Charge That A.I.D. Is Buying Inferior Steel for Viet Nam (Press Conference)

1966.4.21

51-66

G.A.O. Discloses 'Improper Costs' in Purchases of Steel for Viet Nam; A.I.D. Halts Procurement (Press Conference)

1966.4.21

52-66

Statement by Senator Birch Bayh in Disclosing Findings Related to Steel for Viet Nam (Press Conference)

1966.4.24

53-66

Bayh to Be Honored by West Virginia College

1966.4.21

54-66

Bayh Answers Farm Policy Critic

1966.4.28

55-66

Bayh Seeks Additional Reservoir Funds

1966.4.28,

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Testimony before Senate and House Public Works Appropriations Subcommittees

1966.4.28

56-66

Bayh Urges Rededication to Brotherhood Ideal

1966.4.28

57-66

Bayh Addresses Partners of the Alliance, Social Workers

1966.2.28

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BAYH-LINES: THINK Around the World [missing]

1966.5.2

58-66

Bayh Urges Step-Up in Vietnam Civil Programs

1966.5.4

59-99

Bayh Supports Restoration of Funds in Farm Bill

1966.5.5

60-66

Bayh Offers Bill to Aid Air Service to Smaller Cities

Special

61-66

Bayh to Participate in NATO Conference

1966.5.9

62-66

NATO Must Surmount Problems Created by DeGaulle, Senator Bayh Declares

Column

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A.I.D. Officials Are Hiding Behind a Veil of Secrecy

1966.5.12

63-66

Bayh Urges Viet Nam Steel Amendment; Seeks Improved Administration in Economic Aid Program

Special

64-66

Bayh Lauds A.I.D.'s Efforts to Correct 'Steel Mess' in Viet Nam, But Rejects Proposed Compromise Plan

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Advisory to News Media for May 18 News Conference

1966.5.17

65-66

American Bar Association Honors Bayh, Three Congressmen

1966.5.18

66-66

Bayh Offers Direct-Election Amendment

1966.5.18

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Direct Popular Election Statement

1966.5.19

67-66

Bayh Schedules Commencement Speeches

1966.5.20

68-66

Bayh Asks Reconsideration of Accelerator Site

Column

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Let the People Choose Their President

1966.6.5

69-66

[Mrs. Bayh to Make Indiana Appearances]

1966.6.7

70-66

[Request to District Engineer of U.S. Army Corps to expedite Wabash Valley Survey]

1966.6.10

71-66

Bayh to Receive Third Honorary Degree [Anderson College]

1966.6.8

72-66

Bayh Praises Gary Tradewinds Rehabilitation Center

Column

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Footdragging on Disaster Relief Bill Preventing Aid to Disaster Victims

1966.6.18

73-66

A.I.D. Chief Indicates He Will Send Management Team to South Viet Nam

1966.6.19

74-66

Bayh Discloses Seizure of Film by AID; Indicates It May Have Been Meant for V.C.

1966.5-6

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BAYH-LINES: Washington: A Look Ahead [missing]

1966.6.17

75-66

Bayh Studies Pollution-Control Research Centers

1966.6.20

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News Conference Announcement - Crime

1966.6

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Notes from News Conference

1966.6.20

76-66

Bayh Applauds Passage of Freedom of Information Bill

1966.6.23

77-66

Bayh Announces Plan to Probe Court Rulings [interrogation of suspects, Supreme Court]

1966.6.23

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Statement by Senator Birch Bayh Regarding Hearings on the Constitutional Limitations of Law Enforcement Authorities

1966.6.24

78-66

'Don't Rest on Laurels,' Bayh Tells Hoosier Democrats

1966.6.29

79-66

New Oat Variety Developed at Purdue Presented to Brazil by Senator Bayh

1966.6

80-66

Bayh Denounces Proposed Changes in Capitol Appearance

1966.7.6

81-66

Four Year Term Hearings Set

1966.7

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Court Decisions Indicate Need for Careful Study

1966.7.10

82-66

Bayh Announces Summer Interns

1966.7.14

83-66

Bayh Announces Dates for Crime Hearings

1966.7.16

84-66

Subcommittee Sets School Prayer Hearings

1966.7.19

85-66

Bayh Urges Quick Action on Disaster Relief Bill

1966.7

86-66

Bayh Continues Efforts to Prevent Capitol Alteration

1966.7

87-66

Bayh Presses Steel Amendment to Foreign Aid Bill

1966.7.20

88-66

Bayh Begins Crime Probe

1966.7

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Tentative Witness List - Crime Hearings

1966.7.20

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Statement by Senator, Opening Hearings on Criminal Investigation Procedure

1966.7.28

89-66

Bayh to Tour Indiana Water Development Projects

1966.7.30

90-66

Bayh Announces Tentative Witness List on Prayer Amendment

1966.7.31

91-66

Bayh Praises Halt to Capitol Changes

1966.8

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Capitol Should Be Preserved

1966.8.1

92-66

Bayh Discloses Latest Hoosier Farm Figures; Declares Indiana Agriculture is 'Strongest'

1966.8.1

92-66

Bayh Warns against Emotionalism in Hearings on Prayer

1966.8.1

93-66

Statement by Senator Opening Hearings on 'School Prayer' by the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments

Special

93-66

Bishop Raines Opposes School Prayer Amendment

Special

94-66

Bayh Announces Schedule for Water Development Tour

1966.8.12

95-66

Bayh Pleased with Work on Brookville Reservoir

1966.8.12

96-66

Bayh Inspects Clifty Creek Reservoir Site

1966.8.12

97-66

Bayh: Indiana Progressive in Watershed Program

1966.8.12

98-66

Bayh Visits Elk Creek Watershed

1966.8.12

99-66

Bayh Views Lost River Watershed

1966.8.12

100-66

Bayh Inspects Vacant West Baden Hotel

1966.8.12

101-66

Bayh Visits French Lick Watershed

1966.8.12

102-66

Bayh Says Pollution Control Desperately Needed

1966.8.13

103-66

Bayh Praises Indiana Watershed Program

1966.8.13

104-66

Bayh Inspects Prairie Creek Watershed

1966.8.13

105-66

Bayh: Indiana Finally Getting Its Due [federal assistance for flood control]

1966.8.13

106-66

Bayh Helps Start New Water System [Linton]

1966.8.13

107-66

Bayh Pleased by Monroe Reservoir [Bloomington]

1966.8.13

108-66

Bayh Plans Legislation Spurred by Terre Haute Group [pollution control research centers]

1966.8.15

109-66

Bayh Optimistic about Big Pine and Lafayette Reservoirs

1966.8.15

110-66

Bayh Says Fort Wayne Has Triple Benefit [water resource development]

1966.8.15

111-66

Bayh Ends Tour at Huntington Reservoir

1966.8.11

112-66

Bayh Declares That Society 'Has Right to Be Protected Against Criminals…' [American Law Student Association]

1966.8.26

113-66

Bayh Tells Kiwanians Crime Is Sickness That Cannot Be Ignored

1966.8.27

114-66

Bayh to I.D.E.A.: Water Supply Essential to Economy

1966.8.30

115-66

Bayh Asks for Careful Review of the Issues in Air Service Case

1966.8.31

116-66

Bayh Announces Approval of Two Indiana Watershed Projects

1966.9.11

117-66

Bayh Schedules Indiana Speaking Tour

1966.9.13

118-66

Bayh Says Hoosier Agriculture "Healthy"

1966.9.13

119-66

Bayh: Public Funds Figure in Economy

1966.9.14

120-66

Bayh: Traffic Deaths a Burden to Indiana

1966.9.15

121-66

Bayh Challenges Farmers to Increase Production

1966.9.16

122-66

Bayh Says Vietnam a Problem for All Americans

1966.9.17

123-66

Bayh Says Bethlehem Steel Plans Can't Hurt Port-Park Future

1966.9.17

124-66

Bayh Asks Help for Students [student loans]

1966.9.19

125-66

Bayh to Chair Hearings on St. Lawrence Seaway

1966.9.19

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Press Conference Statement regarding Prayer in Public Schools by Senator Birch Bayh

1966.9.19

126-66

Bayh Asks Big Pine Allotment Be Reinstated

1966.9.21

127-66

Bayh Plans Indiana Speeches

1966.9.21

128-66

Electoral College Outdated, Bayh Tells Attorneys

1966.9.22

129-66

Bayh Suggest Extension of Medicare to Cover Mental Health

1966.9.22

130-66

Bayh Opens Indiana Office in Indianapolis

1966.9.26

130-66

Bayh Urges Prompt Reinstatement of Landfill Permit (includes public hearing testimony) [Bethlehem Steel Company, Valparaiso]

1966.9.28

131-66

Mrs. Bayh Schedules Indiana Tour

1966.9.28

132-66

Bayh to Spend Weekend in Indiana

1966.9.30

133-66

Bayh Named to Indiana and National Boards for Handicapped

1966.9.30

134-66

Bayh Praises Work of Heart Association

1966.10.5

135-66

Bayh Lists Indiana Schedule

1966.10.7

136-66

Bayh Says Southern Indiana Booming

1966.10.8

137-66

Bayh Says State Growth Creates Problems [traffic, water supply, education]

1966.10.7

138-66

Bayh "Gratified" by Passage of Foreign Aid Amendment

1966.10.10

139-66

Bayh Says Charges of Inflation Over-Exaggerated

1966.10.7

140-66

Senate Includes Big Pine in Public Works Bill: Bayh Pleased [lists appropriations for other Indiana projects also]

1966.10.15

141-66

Hoosier Laborer Doing Well, Bayh Says

1966.10.15

142-66

Bayh Plans Week of Indiana Speeches

1966.10.18

143-66

"War on Poverty" Does Not Rule Out Private Agency: Bayh

1966.10.16

144-66

Wages Up, Unemployment Down, Bayh Asserts

1966.

145-66

Bayh Agrees to House Versions of Dunes and Disaster Bills

1966.10.20

146-66

Bayh Praises Watershed System

1966.10.21

147-66

Bayh Asks Improvement in Indiana Education

1966.10.22

148-66

Bayh Urges Push for Industry

1966.

149-66

Bayh Opposes Appointment of AID's Poats [Rutherford M. Poats]

1966.

150-66

Bayh Announces Indiana Schedule

1966.10.28

151-66

Bayh Summarizes Work of 89th Congress

1966.11.1

152-66

Bayh Says Juvenile Delinquency on the Rise

1966.11.2

153-66

Bayh Says 89th Congress Aided Young People

1966.11.3

154-66

Labor Market Strengthened by Congress, Bayh Says

1966.11.4

155-66

Bayh Says Elderly Have Bright Future

1966.11.10

156-66

Bayh Says U.S. Economic Aid Could Contribute to Arms Race in Latin America

1966.11.10

157-66

Wound of French Withdrawal Healing, Bayh Report to NATO

1966.11.14

158-66

Bayh Cites Goals for NATO in Paris Report

1966.11.26

159-66

Bayh Urges Teachers to Instruct Students in Practical Politics

1966.12.4

160-66

Bayh Criticizes Extremism in Civil Rights Movement

1966.12.13

161-66

Bayh Warns Against 'Standing Pat' on Automotive Air Polluton Problem

1966.

162-66

Bayh Lauds Hoosier Response on 'Save the Capitol' Plan

1966.12.22

163-66

Bayh Raps Highway Cutbacks: Demands Restoration of Funds

1966.12.16

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Bayh Raps 'Discrimination' against St. Lawrence Seaway; Entire Midwest

1966.

164-66

Marine in Vietnam Gets Seed to Help Villagers Grow Corn

1966.11.24

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Can We Stop the Flooding?

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Water Pollution a Threat to All

1966.11.11

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Will We Have Enough? [water]

1966.10.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: A Look at Indiana Water Resource Development

1966.10.18

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Press Conference Statement by Senator Birch Bayh on Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1966.10.18

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Press Conference Statement by Senator Birch Bayh on Disaster Bill: S.1861

1966.10.1

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Press Conference Statement in Evansville on flood control

1966.12.?

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"AID Prepares for its New Year [1967] with Trepidation" (John Maffre), Washington Post, n.d.

1967 Press Releases

1967.1.7

1-67

Bayh to Introduce Direct Election Amendment; Praises ABA Commission

1967.1.7

2-67

Bayh Announces 2nd Annual High School Government Leadership Conference, Feb. 11

1967.1.9

3-67

Bayh Predicts Approval by Congress of Direct Popular Election Proposal

1967.1.10

4-67

Bayh Launches Effort on Electing President by Direct Popular Vote

1967.1.11

5-67

Bayh Urges Step-Up on Education, Investigation to Decrease Crime

1967.1.12

6-67

Statement on Extending Franchise in Indiana to 19-Year Olds (submitted in writing to a Committee of the Indiana State Senate)

1967.1.10

7-67

Bayh Praises President's Stand on Crime Control

1967.1.

8-67

Indiana Likely to Receive More Funds for Highways

1967.1.16

9-67

Bayh Vows Fight If President Renominates Poats to AID Post

1967.1.

10-67

Bayh Praises Hartke Appointment to Democratic Steering Committee

1967.1.

11-67

Bayh Denounces Proposed Toll Increase on St. Lawrence Seaway

1967.1.21

12-67

Bayh Announces Participants in High School Conference

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Bayh-Lines: Interns Learning Government First Hand

1967.1.22

13-67

Bayh Moves to Strengthen Disaster Relief Law of '66

1967.1.25

14-67

Bayh Warns Against Further Cutbacks in Highway Funds

1967.1.

15-67

Dunes Area Meetings Scheduled

1967.1.24

16-67

Bayh Proposed Naming Dunes National Park for Schricker

1967.1.

17-67

Bayh Amendment on Presidential Inability Nearing Ratification

1967.1.31

18-67

Bayh to Reopen Crime Hearings in Houston, Texas, on Feb. 6

1967.2.6

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Statement Opening Crime Hearings in Houston Feb. 6

1967.2.6

19-67

Bayh Raps "Reverse-Guilt Syndrome" in Resumption of Crime Hearings

1967.2.8

21-67

A.I.D. Saves $300,000 on First Steel Order

1967.2

22-67

36 States Have Ratified 25th Amendment; Two More Needed

1967.2.11

23-67

Bayh Tells High School Conference That They Must Aid Quelling Crime

1967.2.10

24-67

25th Amendment Ratified: Bayh, A.B.A. Are Praised

1967.2.10

25-67

Bayh to Continue Crime Hearings in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Feb. 16 and 17

1967.2.11

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Bayh Demands "Strict Competence" from A.I.D. Officials in Viet Nam

1967.2.16

26-67

Bayh Continues Crime Hearings in Milwaukee Today, Tomorrow

1967.2.15

27-67

Bayh Seeks Congressional Resolution Asking LBJ to Reverse Highway Cutback (includes Senate Concurrent Resolution introduced by Bayh)

1967.2.20

28-67

Bayh Continues Nationwide Crime Probe: Third Stop- Omaha, Nebraska (includes list of witnesses)

1967.2.

28-67

Bayh Announces Meetings in Dunes Area

1967.2.

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Bayh-Lines: Tragedy at Cape Kennedy Affects Hoosiers Deeply

1967.2.27

29-67

43 Senators Co-Sponsor Bayh Highway Resolution

1967.3.1

30-67

Bayh Declares Senate Has Chance to Protest A.I.D. Program in Vietnam

1967.3.

31-67

Mrs. Bayh Schedules Indiana Appearances

1967.3.6

32-67

Bayh Seeks U.S. Sharing in Cost of Cal Sag Project [Calumet-Sag navigation project]

1967.3.10

33-67

Bayh to Make Easter Seal Tour

1967.3.

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Bayh-Lines: Indonesia Seems to Be Headed Back into Family of Nations

1967.3.9

34-67

Bayh to Support Consular Treaty: Explains Reasons in a Statement

1967.3.11

35-67

Bayh Fears That Crime Does Pay in U.S. Today

1967.3.13

36-67

Bayh Hails Decision Not to Raise Tolls on St. Lawrence Seaway

1967.3.20

37-67

Bayh Joins Effort to Maintain Editorially Independent Newspapers

1967.3.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: The Effort in Washington to Reward Incompetence

1967.3.

38-67

Bayh Says Highway Thaw Helpful, But Will Keep Resolution Alive

1967.3.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Never Too Late to Buy Hoosier Easter Seals

1967.3.

39-67

Small Companies Endangered by New Automobile Standards

1967.3.

40-67

Bayh Asks Study on Problems Facing Limited Production Auto Makers

1967.3.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Does Crime Pay in America? It May Be Getting That Way

1967.3.

41-67

Bayh Renews Attack on Smut in the Mail

1967.4.8

42-67

Bayh Says Architects' Report "Final Blow" to Capitol Change

1967.4.8

43-67

Bayh Joins Effort for Curbs on Problem of Alcoholism

1967.4.11

44-67

Bayh Urges Greater Public Support of Crime-Fighters

1967.4.11

45-67

Women Are Majority, Bayh Says, But They're Still Underpaid

1967.4.9

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Bayh-lines from Washington: Another Blow Struck Against Capitol Desecration

1967.4.10

46-67

Bayh Urges Senate Panel to Veto Poats Nomination

1967.4.10

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Statement by Senator Birch Bayh of Indiana before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

1967.4.12

47-67

Indiana Highway Program Now Assured, Bayh Says

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49-67

April [15-29] Schedule

1967.4.15

50-67

Government, Press Share Responsibility to People

1967.4.15

51-67

Bayh Tells Hoosier Meeting Why He Is Opposing Poats

1967.4.16

52-67

Bayh Says Crime Costs Americans More Than $20 Billion Each Year

1967.4.

53-67

Clore Children Fund

1967.4.18

54-67

Bayh Says Presidential Electoral System Could Result in "National Chaos"

1967.4.20

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Home Economics Students, Faculty at Purdue to Hear Mrs. Bayh

1967.4.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Cost of Crime to Americans Totals $20 Billion a Year

1967.4.19

55-67

Ohio School Gives Degree to Senator Birch E. Bayh [Miami University of Ohio]

1967.4.22

56-67

Bayh Urges Rapid Spreading of Medical Knowledge in U.S.

1967.4.24

57-67

Independent Businessmen Support Popular Vote, Bayh Tells Senate

1967.4.29.

58-67

Bayh Announces Hearings in May on Reform of Electoral College

1967.

59-67

May [2-29] Schedule

1967.5.3

60-67

Bayh Seeks Representation for D.C. in U.S. House

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61-67

Gift of Wood to Bayh is 23,000 Years Old

1967.5.

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Hearing Schedule May 16-18, 1967 on Electoral College Reform [Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments]

1967.5.12

62-67

Statement - Mismanagement of Drug Imports to Vietnam

1967.5.15

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Direct Election of the President

1967.5.13

63-67

Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner speech excerpts - Indianapolis

1967.5.16

64-67

Bayh Opens Hearings on Electoral Reform

1967.5.16

65-67

Bayh Statement Opposing Nomination of R. Poats

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Poats Battle Is Lost, But "War" May Be Won

1967.5.24

66-67

Bayh Announces Study to Be Made on Linking Port to Mississippi

1967.5.29

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Bayh-Lines: A Woman's Efforts for the U.S. Flag

1967.6.2

67-67

Bayh Sets Disaster Hearing for June 9 in Dunlap, Indiana

1967.6.7

68-67

Criticism of Hoosier Air Pollution Effort Is Disputed by Senator Bayh

1967.6.5

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Prompt Enactment of New Cold War GI Bill Should Be Congress' Goal

1967.6.10

69-67

Bayh Says New Farm Labor Rules Not in Best Interests of Agriculture or Nation's Youth

1967.6.8

70-67

Bayh to Present Flag to Munster Housewife

1967.6.9

71-67

Bayh Opens Disaster Hearing with Call for Broader Relief

1967.6.2

72-67

Bayh to Answer Questions at Opinion Dinner

1967.6.12

73-67

Bayh Co-Sponsors Two Bills to Aid Farmers

1967.6.12

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Proposed Farm Labor Rules Are Not in Best Interest of Agriculture

1967.6.19

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Mrs. Bayh, Mrs. Bray to Aid Girls' State

1967.6.

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Mrs. Bayh Receives Award from Alma Mater

1967.6.22

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Mrs. Bayh Is Featured at Mortar Board Lunch

1967.6.22

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Red Cross Honors Work of Mrs. Marvella Bayh

1967.6.15

74-67

Bayh Cites Bank Robbery Statistics to Show Rise of Crime in Nation

1967.6.18

75-67

Bayh Co-Sponsors Bill Aimed at Protecting Small Businessman

1967.6.16

76-67

Statement Concerning Reports That Birch Bayh Might Be a Candidate for Governor of Indiana (press conference)

1867.6.21

77-67

Police Need "Men, Money, Machines," Bayh Declares

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Members of Marketing Association Should Be Protected Against Processor Discrimination

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78-67

Indiana Schedule [June 25-July 4]

1967.6.23

79-67

Bayh Offers Amendment to Help Small Car Makers

1967.6.26

80-67

Juvenile Crime Is Key Problem, Bayh Declares

1967.6.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Air Quality Act of 1967 (S. 780)

1967.6.23

81-67

Bayh Joins Effort in Senate for Firm U.S. Mid-East Stand

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82-67

Summer Interns

1967.6.29

82-67

GI's Buddy, "Meatball," to Fly Home, Bayh Says

1967.7.2

83-67

Bayh to Investigate Arab Refugee Problem in Israel

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Itinerary of Senator Bayh in Israel, July 5-10

1967.7.7

85-67

Bayh Calls Meeting to Seek Solution to Alewife Problem

1967.7.10

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Interns Learning Government First Hand

1967.7.17

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Hails Restrictions of Dairy Imports

1967.7.12

86-67

Bayh Opens Second Session of Electoral College Reform Hearings

1967.7.13

87-67

Bayh Seeks Aid to Solve Alewife Problem

1967.7.14

88-67

Bayh Criticizes Officials for Lack of Interest in Eisenhower Lock Deterioration

1967.7.15

89-67

Bayh Sets Tour and Meeting to Consider Alewife Problem

1967.7.21

90-67

Senator Birch Bayh's Schedule for Boat Tour of Lake Michigan Beaches July 21 to Inspect the Alewife Problem

1967.7.19

91-67

Bayh Supports Bill to Encourage Private Industry to Create Jobs in Slums

1967.7.18

92-67

Bayh Introduces Bill to Repair Seaway

1967.7.20

93-67

Bayh Reminds Miami Indians of July 31 Claim Deadline

1967.7.19

94-67

Bayh to Present 4 Greenspan Checks

1967.7.21

95-67

Bayh Conducts Alewife Tour

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Bayh Urges Step Up of Vietnam Pacification Effort in South

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Bayh Calls for Realignment of Combat Troops in Vietnam

1967.7.20

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View from the Capitol - Special Friends [missing]

1967.7.27

96-67

Bayh Resumes Disaster Relief Hearings

1967.7.27

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Statement before Subcommittee on Roads of the Committee on Public Works on S. 438

1967.7.28

97-67

"Meatball" Comes Home Friday

1967.7.26

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Bayh Chairs Lakeshore Meeting (press briefing)

1967.8.1

98-67

Great Lakes Basin Commission Consulted on Alewife Problem

1967.7.31

99-67

Bayh Slaps SBA "Misinformation"; Seeks Restitution for Disaster Victims

1967.7.31

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Subcommittee Continues Work on Disaster Relief Legislation

1967.8.4

100-67

Bayh Renews Call for Direct Election of President at Annual American Bar Association Meeting

1967.7.29

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Address to Young Democrat Convention - Indianapolis

1967.8.7

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Fundamental Education Board Aims at Self-Help, Bayh Says

1967.8.6

101-67

Communications on Time Problem Due by October 20

1967.8.9

102-67

Bayh Deplores Defeat of Amendment Prohibiting Export-Import Bank Financing of Arms Sales

1967.8.14

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Hosts Meeting to Discuss Dunes Park

1967.8.12

103-67

Bayh Urges Support of $200,000 for Lamprey Program

1967.8.17

104-67

Bayh Bill Seeks River Basin Studies, Including Wabash

1967.8.28

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Agricultural Conservation Program allocation of $5 million to Indiana

1967.8.28

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Congressional action to raise farm income

1967.8.25

105-67

Bayh Expresses Concern Tax Increase Will Depress American Economy

1967.8.26

106-67

Bayh Condemns "Both Extremes" in Reaction to Urban Rioting

1967.9.1

107-67

Bayh Seaway Bill Receives Support from Transportation Department

1967.8.25

108-67

Greenspan Checks of $29,240 to seven local units

1967.9.3

109-67

Bayh to Spend Labor Day in Northern Indiana Area

1967.9.4

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Bayh Says Cal-Sag "Another Step" in Economic Growth of Calumet

1967.8-9

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View from the Capitol

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110-67

Indiana Schedule for Recess, Sept. 7-10

1967.9.18

111-67

Bayh Protests Foreign Subsidy of Canned Ham

1967.9.18

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Bayh-Lines: Government Employees and Their Right to Privacy

1967.9.21

112-67

Bayh Joins Effort to Protect Small Businessman from Looters

113-67

Senator's Schedule for Two Weeks (Sept. 22-Oct. 1)

1967.9.23

114-67

"Summers of Violence" Pose Complex But Solvable Problems, Bayh Says

1967.9.24

115-67

Bayh Urges More Active Role for Local Government

1967.9.25

116-67

Bayh Says Arabs and Israelis "Must Meet Face to Face"

1967.9.25

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Bayh-Lines: Bayh Praises Indiana Head Start Program

1967.9.22

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Bayh Announces New Recreational Facilities for Fountain Square Area in Indianapolis

1967.9.28

117-67

Bayh's Indianapolis Office Celebrates First Birthday

1967.10.1

118-67

Bayh Present Greenspan Checks

1967.10.1

119-67

Meeting with Fort Wayne Young Presbyterian Men's Club

1967.9.29

120-67

Bayh Proposes Study of Long-Term Financial Support for Schools

1967.9.29

121-67

Bayh Urges Strengthening of Family Farms

1967.10.9

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Sees Great Need for Close Contact with Indiana Voters

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122.67

Bayh's Indiana Schedule (Oct. 3-13)

1967.10.2

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Details Work of Indianapolis Office

1967.10.5

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Bayh Warns That Riots Breed Anarchy in U.S.; Bayh asks SBA to invoke disaster relief for Jasonville businessmen

1967.10.6

123-67

Bayh Urges Companies to Speed Anti-Pollution Effort on Lake

1967.10.3

123-67

Earnings of Aged, Without Loss of Social Security, Should Be Raised Sharply: Bayh

1967.10.7

124-67

Bayh Urges Greater Responsibility by Local Government for Services

1967.10.14

125-67

Bayh Praises East Chicago Mayor John Nicosia for Lake Michigan pollution reduction efforts

1967.10.1

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Indiana Schedule of Senator Birch Bayh, October 1967

1967.10.

125-67

Indiana Schedule - October 12-30

1967.10.14

126-67

Bayh Warns Compulsory Arbitration Could Lead to Government Ownership

1967.10.15

127-67

Bayh Says Postal Workers Deserve Pay Comparable to Private Industry

1967.10.14

128-67

Bayh Assails Plan to Alter Capitol; Urges Expert Panel to Advise Congress

1967.10.17

129-67

Bayh Says Women Are Nation's Number-One Political Force

1967.10.17

130-67

Bayh Urges Passage of Senate Version of Public Works Bill

1967.10.16

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Urges Support for the Keep Indiana Beautiful Program

1967.10.20

131-67

Senate Hearings to Open on D.C. Representation

1967.10.20

132-67

Bayh Repeats Call for Restoration of Funds for Patoka Reservoir Construction

1967.10.22

132-67

"Medical Profession Must Provide 'New Directions' in Health Care"--Bayh

1967.10.21

133-67

Bayh Points Out Gains for Bloomington Created by Monroe Reservoir and Lake Lemon

1967.10.23

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Urges Christmas Gifts for American Servicemen Overseas

1967.10.25

134-67

Bayh Mounts New Attack Against Proposed Cutback on Highways

1967.10.30

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Senator Bayh Praises Crop Insurance Program

1967.11.4

135-67

Senator Bayh to Spend Day in Spencer County

1967.10.26

135-67

Mrs. Bayh Opposes 1-cent Raise on Mail from Non-Profit Groups

1967.11.6

136-67

Bayh Announces Witness List for D.C. Representation Hearing (includes hearing schedules Nov. 8-9)

1967.11.7

137-67

Bayh Proposes "Year-Round" Teachers -- to Work at "Year-Round" Salaries

1967.11.10

138-67

Bayh Announces Formation of Committee to Counsel Veterans on Job Opportunity (includes list of committee members)

1967.11.8

139-67

Bayh Urges Representation in Congress for People of District of Columbia (includes opening statement from hearing)

1967.

140-67

Yes, Lori, There Are Cherry Trees at the Washington Monument

1967.11.15

141-67

Bayh to Give Economic Report at NATO Meeting

1967.11.20

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Announces Formation of Committee to Counsel Veterans on Job Opportunities

1967.11.27

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: New Day of Dignity for Senior Citizens

1967.11.22

142-67

Bayh Amendment to Society Security Measure Passed by Senate 50 to 23 [missing]

1967.11.

142-67

Committee to Consider Bayh Disaster-Aid Bill

1967.11.29

143-67

Polish People Consider U.S. Leader of Freedom, Cardinal Tells Senator Bayh

1967.11.

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Bayh to Report on Warsaw Meeting with Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski

1967.11.29

144-67

Statement by Bayh on Statements and Actions of President DeGaulle

1967.12.4

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Our Patience with DeGaulle Has Been Exhausted

1967.12.9

145-67

34-Member Board of Directors to Guide Hoosier Committee for Veterans: Bayh

1967.12.11

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Bayh-Lines: 34-Member Board of Directors to Guide Hoosier Committee for Veterans

1967.12.8

146-67

Senator's Statement Proposing Possible Prosecution of Stokely Carmichael

1967.12.10

147-67

Bayh Raps "Short- Sightedness" in Deletion of Measure for Aged

1967.12.14

148-67

Bayh Tells Businessmen That Veterans' Group Gives Individual Chance to "Do Something"

1967.12.18

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Carmichael Should Be Prosecuted

1967.12.20

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Excerpts from a Statement by Senator Birch Bayh, Indiana, Announcing His Forthcoming Visit to Vietnam [p. 1 only]

1968 Press Releases

Note: Press releases start consistently coming from the Senator Bayh for Senator office after he announces his candidacy.

1968.1.6

1-68

Bayh Leaves Saturday for Vietnam Tour

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Birch Bayh Birthday Program Scheduled for February 10, 11

1968.1.12

2-68

Bayh Demands That White House Follow Mandate on Brookville

1968.1.15

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Freeze on Public Works Funds Must Be Rescinded Promptly

1968.1.17

3-68

Bayh to Appear on Bishop Show Coast-to-Coast, Jan. 22

1968.1.18

4-68

Bayh Assured That Loans from FHA to Be Speeded

1968.1.22

5-68

Bayh to Be Guest Tonight on Joey Bishop TV Program

1968.1.23

6-68

Third Annual High School Government Conference Is Announced by Bayh

1968.1.29

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh Staff Recaps Senator's Actions in 90th Congress

1968.1.29

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Vietnam Itinerary

1968.1.

7-68

Senator Bayh's February Schedule

1968.1.29

8-68

Bayh Joins Anti-Alewife Effort

1968.1.31

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Bayh, Northern Indiana Leaders Urge Senate OK of Cal Sag

1968.1.

9-68

Bobby Darin, Dick Curtis to Headline "Birch Bayh Birthday Party" Feb. 10

1968.1.

10-68

Major Policy Statement on Vietnam to Be Made in Indianapolis by Bayh

1968.2.

11-68

Bayh to Make Statewide TV Report to Hoosiers on Vietnam on Feb. 4

1968.2.

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Statement on H.R. 2516 - Interference with Civil Rights

1968.2.2

12-68

Statement - Excerpts from The American Stake in Vietnam

1968.2.5

13-68

Secretary Gardner, General Walt to Participate in Indiana High School Leadership Conference

1968.2.4

14-68

Bayh Says U.S. Is Capable of Handling Red Offensive

1968.2.8

15-68

The Voice of Turtle "George" Is Heard in Indiana, Georgia and D.C.

1968.2.9

16-68

Bayh Says U.S. Role in Vietnam is "To Stop Communist Aggression"

1968.2.10

17-68

Bayh Asks Students to Make "Renewed Commitment" to U.S.

1968.2.9

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Bayh Says U.S. Must Get "Pueblo" Back

1968.2.12

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Public Works Projects Are Moving Ahead Here

1968.2.13

18-68

1968 Easter Seal Child Presented in Washington

1968.2.19

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: High School Conference Again Proves Ability of Hoosier Youth

1968.2.14

19-68

Bayh Defends Westmoreland[missing; no folder]

1968.2.16

20-68

Bayh Sets Farm Meetings for February in Indiana

1968.2.19

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: High School Conference Again Proves Ability of Hoosier Youth

1968.2.

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Bayh's Schedule Feb. 27-Mar. 3

1968.2.8

21-68

Bayh Praises Morale, Sense of Purpose of U.S. Men, Womenin South Vietnam

1968.2.28

22-68

Bayh Announces Academy Nominations

1968.3.1

23-68

Indiana Schedule for Senator Birch Bayh, March 1968 [includes one sheet of schedule from Mar 11-Oct 18, 1968)

1968.2.29

24-68

Bayh Hails Replacement of Two South Vietnamese Generals

1968.3.4

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Kerner Report Forces Us to Face Some Hard Truths

1968.2.12

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UAW Washington Report (Birch Bayh Profile)

1968.3.1

25-68

Bayh Blasts Senate Behavior as "Glorified Kindergarten"

1968.3.5

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Testimony before the Subcommittee on Air and Water Pollution on S. 470 granting Congressional approval of Illinois-Indiana Air Pollution Control Compact

1968.3.6

26-68

Bayh Schedules Additional Farm Meetings during March

1968.3.9

27-68

Bayh Proposes Strategic Reserve for Major Agricultural Crops

1968.3.10

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Mrs. Bayh's March Schedule for Indiana Is Announced

1968.3.11

28-68

Bayh Announces U.S. Plans Five Wabash Valley Reservoirs

1968.3.11

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Chronic Farm Problems Must Be Cured--Now!

1968.3.11

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Remarks to the Wabash Valley Association

1968.3.13

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Bayh Applauds Firing of Province Chiefs

1968.3.18

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: A Strategic Reserve for Crops Could Stabilize Farm Prices

1968.3.

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Remarks at REMC Meetings

1968.3.20

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Bayh Blasts Polish Communists for "Repression of Freedom"

1968.3.

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: High School Issue [missing, no folder]

1968.3.25

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: There's More to the Price of Bread than Meets the Eye

1968.3.

29-68

Bayh Warns Administration: Hands Off in Jet Engine Controversy

1968.3

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Mrs. Birch Bayh Schedules Indiana Appearances

1968.3.31

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Mrs. Bayh Urges Women to "Get Involved" in Politics

1968.3.31

30-68

Bayh's Office Announces Indiana Schedule for April

1968.4.1

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Tax Loopholes Spur Unfair Competition

1968.3.31

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Reaction to President's Announcement of Withdrawal [missing, no folder]

1968.4.4

31-68

Amendment to Auto Safety Act Hailed as "Little Man's Victory"

1968.4.3

32-68

Senator Birch Bayh Comments on Hanoi Announcement--4/3/68

1968.4.5

33-68

Hoosier Farmers Face Unfair Competition Due to Tax Structure

1968.4.

34-68

Bayh Spends Busy Weekend in Indiana; Talks to Youth, Women, Retired Workers

1968.4.15

34-68

Senator Bayh Announces Time Solution

1968.4.5

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Martin Luther King Statement

1968.4.6

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Bayh Discusses Vietnam, Indiana Primary on Radio

1968.4.5

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Bayh Urges Rural Communities to Take Lead in Development

1968.4.8

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Bayh to Tour Richmond Disaster Area

1968.4.8

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Senator Attending King Funeral

1968.4.8

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: King's Death a National Tragedy; But Gives Us a New National Purpose

1968.4.15

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Marvella Bayh to Deliver Home Show Message from --Lady Bird -- Speak before Women's Groups in Area Next Week

1968.4.17

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Excerpts from Speech to Indianapolis Junior Chamber of Commerce, April 17 (crime)

1968.4.16

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Bayh and Roush Announce Federal Contracts to Magnavox Company

1968.4.

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Excerpts from remarks in Terre Haute to Association for the Education of the Child

1968.4.22

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Helping Young People in Farm Careers

1968.4.24

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Congressional Record Reprint: Bayh speech to Senate, "Better Training for Foreign Service Officers"

1968.4.

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Wife of Indiana Senator to Address Regional Meeting of American Association of University Women

1968.4.30

35-68

Senator Bayh Urges Continued Investment and Expansion in Education

1968.5.2

36-68

Bayh Predicts "Ultimate Victory" for Electoral Reform; Young Voters

1968.4.30

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Statement, Public Works Subcommittee, Committee on Appropriations [Calumet-Sag Waterway, Burns Waterway Harbor]

1968.5.2

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Statement, Public Works Subcommittee, Committee on Appropriations [Wabash Valley projects]

1968.4.30

38-68

Bayh Sets Hearings on Proposal to Permit 18-year-olds to Vote

1968.5.2

39-68

Bayh Urges Sharp Reduction of U.S. Troops in Europe

1968.5

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Marvella Bayh on Four-Day Personal Appearance Tour

1968.5.3

40-68

Bayh Praises President for Start of Peace Talks

1968.5.9

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Bayh Raps Federal Delays in Aiding Mental Health

1968.5.11

41-68

Bayh Urges States to Act in Curbing Air Pollution

1968.5.12

42-68

First Round of Hearings to Begin to Lower Voting Age to Eighteen

1968.5.6

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: It's Time to Bring Home the Troops from Europe

1968.5.13

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: The Problem of Dirty Air

1968.5.14

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Statement of Senator Birch Bayh: Lowering the Voting Age

1968.5.16

43-68

Bayh Sees "50-50" Chance of Senate Approval for Voting-Age Reduction

1968.5.20

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: 18-Year-Olds Should Now Be Permitted to Vote

1968.5.16

44-68

Senator Bayh to Present Milltown Senior, John Hammond, with $1000 Senate Scholarship Saturday in New Albany

1968.5.

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Congressional Record Reprint: Bayh on National Painting and Decorating Week

1968.5.17

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Bayh Pushes 5% Raise for Postal Workers

1968.5.21

45-68

Bayh Urges Approval of Indiana Projects Despite Report Delay

1968.5.21

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Statement of Senator Birch Bayh before Subcommittee on Flood Control - Rivers and Harbors, Senate Committee on Public Works

1968.5.24

46-68

Bayh Raps Two Congressmen, Writer for Series on Gary

1968.5.27

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: New Wabash Valley Projects Would Save $3 Million a Year

1968.5.28

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Mammoth Bayh Rally Scheduled for Wabash Valley Fairgrounds

1968.5.28

47-68

Bayh Rams Disaster Relief Amendments through Senate

1968.5.31

48-68

Bayh Urges Prompt Actions to Speed Farm Flood Relief

1968.6.7

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Bayh Announces Decision to Seek Second Senate Term [includes detailed resume plus article on Bayh from Crossroads] [Press conference rescheduled for June 14 because of assassination of Robert Kennedy]

1968.6.7

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Robert F. Kennedy [statement]

1968.6.11

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Bayh Renews Bid to Include U.S. 41 in Interstate System

1968.6.13

49-68

Bayh announces Small Business Seminars This Month in Indiana

1968.6.13

50-68

Bayh to Hold News Conference Friday on Political Plans[postponed from June 7 because of Robert Kennedy assassination]

1968.6.14

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Statement to the People of Indiana [asking for their support for Senate bid] [announcement made at June 14 press conference]

1968.6.

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Indiana Democratic Convention: Introduction of Bayh by Vance Hartke, Fourth Draft of Party Platform

1968.6.21

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Mrs. Bayh, Mrs. Bray to Serve as Party Leaders at Annual Girls' State

1968.6.20

51-68

Bayh, in Busy Weekend, Makes Nostalgic Visit

1968.6.20

52-68

Bayh Dedicates New Inland Steel Air Pollution Control Equipment

1968.6.21

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Statement by Bayh Accepting the Nomination of the Democratic Party for U.S. Senator from Indiana

1968.6.23

53-68

Bayh Announces Speakers for SBA Conferences

1968.6.22

54-68

Bayh Cites "Urgent Need" to Reduce Work Hazards

1968.6.25

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Bayh Expresses "Disappointment" in Failure to Cut Military Funds

1968.6.25

55-68

Bayh Subcommittee to Consider Four Constitutional Changes [direct election of the President, Congressional representation for the District of Columbia, 18-year-old voting age, equal rights for women]

1968.6.27

56-68

Bayh Calls for Local and National Effort to Aid Buyers, Sellers in Low-Income Areas

1968.6.28

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Disabled American Veterans Commander Presents Award to Bayh

1968.6.28

57-68

Bayh Spells Out Plan to Aid Business and Buyers in Low-Income Communities

1968.6.28

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Bayh Asks Veterans to Be Vigilant in Battling Crime in America Today

1968.6.29

58-68

Bayh Suggests Tax Incentives to Businessmen to Open Stores in Low-Income Areas of Cities

1968-6.28

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Remarks at Farewell Dinner for Bishop Richard C. Raines, Indianapolis

1968.7.2

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Bayh's Indiana Schedule July 3-6

1968.7.12

59-68

Legionnaires Urged by Bayh to Make "Personal Commitment" to Fight Crime

1968.7.12

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Bayh to Launch Campaign for Re-election at Terre Haute Rally, Indianapolis, Luncheon, Shirkieville Farm Reception

1968.7.12

60-68

Bayh Warns Business, Labor Against Permitting Control by Government

1968.7.14

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Bobbs-Merrill Publishes Book by Bayh on 25th Amendment

1968.7.14

61-68

Bayh Schedules Follow-up Alewife Tour to Observe Effectiveness of Programs

1968.7.11

62-68

Subcommittee Pigeonholes Amendments on D.C. Representation, Direct Vote

1968.7.17

62-68

Bayh to Appear on "Today Show" July 18 to Discuss New Book

1968.7.16

63-68

American Bar Association Honors Bayh, Others for 25th Amendment

1968.7.17

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Marvella Bayh to Host 40 Children from Head Start Program on Tour of Riley Home and at Picnic Lunch

1968.7.18

64-68

"Autograph Party" Highlights Senator Bayh's Indiana Weekend

1968.7.18

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Senator Bayh to Kick Off Campaign in Three Area Swing Friday in Indianapolis, Shirkieville, Terre Haute

1968.7.19

65-68

Bayh Says Candidate Cannot Be "All Things to All Hoosiers"

1968.7.19

66-68

Bayh Proposes "New National Priorities" to Finance Needed Projects, Cut Others

1968.7.18

67-68

Bayh accuses colleagues of being blinded by glamour of space program

1968.7.18?

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Capehart Named Citizens for Bayh Coordinator

1968.7.18?

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Citizens for Bayh Kickoff Luncheon July 19

1968.7.18?

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Bayhs to Be Feted at Speedway

1968.7.21

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Bayh-Partisans [photo caption]

1968.7.20

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Bayh Charges Congress Aids Fat Cats Ignores Small Farmers in Farm Voting

1968.7.20

68-68

Bay's Maneuver in Senate Opens Way for $68-Million Cal-Sag Project

1968.7.20

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Excerpts from speech at Coalition for an Open Convention, Indianapolis

1968.7.20

70-68

Bayh Re-iterates Support for Fortas

1968.7.22

71-68

Bayh Says Hecklers of Mrs. Bayh "Not Representative" of Coalition

1968.7.24

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Senator Bayh Will Visit South, Central Indiana in Three-Day Campaign Swing

1968.7.27

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College volunteers to participate in Fort Wayne voter registration project

1968.7.28

72-68

Book Lists Bayh as One of 22 Senators Who Are "Very Able"

1968.7.29

73-68

Bayh Tells Farmers He "Reluctantly" Voted for Final Passage of Farm Bill

1968.7.29

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Bayh-McClellan Amendment Adopted, 52-10; Will Enable Adding FBI Agents and DAs

1968.7.29

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Senator Bayh's Schedule (Indiana) Aug. 3-5

1968.7.30

74-68

Bayh Says Duties as Senator May Delay Debate, But Does Not Rule Out Forum

1968.8.1

75-68

Bayh Urges Broader Role for Youth at Democratic National Convention

1968.7.31

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Address by Senator Thomas J. McIntyre (D-New Mexico) on the floor of the Senate supporting Bayh for Vice President

1968.8.2

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Bayh Asks McCarthy, Humphrey, to Meet with Indiana Delegates

1968.8.2

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College-Age Volunteers to Converge on Indianapolis Satruday for Massive Voter Registration Drive

1968.8.4?

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Senator Bayh Schedule [Indiana] Aug. 5-10

1968.8.7

76-68

Bayh Wires Eisenhower Family His Wish for Ike's Recovery

1968.8.7

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College students to travel to South Bend for "Operation Bayh-Ways" volunteer voter registration project

1968.8.9

77-68

Bayh Says Non-Violent Change is "Greatest National Challenge"

1968-8.9

78-68

National Publications Feature Bayh

1968.8.10

79-68

Government Involvement in Labor Disputes Could Bring "Big Brother" to U.S.: Bayh

1968.8.10

80-68

Senator Bayh Schedule [Indiana] August 10-16

1968.8.10

81-68

Bayh Tells Steelworkers That Corruption in Vietnam "Hurts Every American Citizen"

1968.8.11

82-68

Bayh Scores GOP Candidates for "Total Disregard of Needs for Youth, Negroes"

1968.8.12

83.68

Gun Controls Should "Help Curb Crime, Not Infringe on Legitimate Uses": Bayh

1968.8.12

84-68

Bayh "Startled and Pleased" by Mention from Humphrey as Vice-Presidential Prospect

1968.8.12

85-68

Bayh Receives Assurances That Youth Will Play Role at Democrat Convention

1968.8.12

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Bayh-Lines from Washington: Congress Must Come to Grips with Deep-Seated Farm Problems

1968.8.13

86-68

Bayh Urges 4-Point Program for Vietnam, Including Supervised Free Elections (includes statement at Democratic Party Platform Hearings)

1968.8.14

87-68

Bayh Challenges Ruckelshaus to "Put Up or Shut Up" on Meeting

1968.8.14

88-68

Bayh Warns Against Apathy in Modern Labor Movement

1968.8.14

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Text of Letter from Bayh to Hale Boggs, Chairman of Democratic Platform Committee supporting direct election as platform plank

1968.8.15

89-68

Senator Bayh to Accept Painting for President Truman Library

1968.8.15

90-68

Senator Bayh Proposes Airlift for Biafrans

1968.8.15

91-68

Bayh Plans to "Completely Discredit" Ruckelshaus' "Chief Campaign Charge"

1968.8.16

92-68

Statement countering Ruckelshaus' charge

1968.8.18

93-68

Senator Bayh Schedule (Indiana) August 18-25

1968.8.19

95-68

Bayh Fights Fire in North Vernon; Family Says It Might Have Perished

1968.8.20

96-68

Bayh to Introduce Keynoter; Will Testify on Direct Election [Democratic National Convention]

1968.8.20

97-68

Bayh Says Biafra Airlift Idea "Picking Up Considerable Support"

1968.8.23

98-68

Bayh Asks Democratic Platform Group to Back Lowering the Voting Age to 18 (Includes Statement to Democratic Platform Committee)

1968.8.23

99-68

Bayh Forecasts "Grave Dangers" if Electoral College Continues (Includes statement to Democratic Platform Committee)

1968.8.26

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Bayh Introduction of Senator Daniel Inouye, Keynote Speaker to Democratic National Convention

1968.9.4

100-68

Bayh Demands U.S. Farm Flood Assistance for Nine Counties Previously Turned Down

1968.9.5

101-68

Bayh Pledges New Effort to Move Electoral Reform from Committee

1968.9.7

102-68

Schedule (Indiana) for Senator Birch Bayh Sept. 7-12

1968.9.7

103-68

Department of Agriculture Yields to Demands from Bayh; Grants Nine Counties Flood Aid

1968.9.12

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Stewart Announces Opening of Delaware County Bayh Campaign Headquarters

1968.9.13

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Speech Excerpt, Richmond

1968.9.13

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Millikan Announces Opening of Tippecanoe County Bayh Campaign Headquarters

1968.9.11

104.68

Senator Edmund Muskie, Democratic Nominee for VP on Hoosier Campaign Tour (Includes Muskie's Itinerary for Indianapolis, Sept. 11, 1968)

1968.9.12

105-68

Bayh Announces Expanded Richmond Housing Plans

1968.9.14

107-68

Bayh Says Economic Growth Brings Not Only Wealth But Responsibility

1968.9.15

108-68

U.S. Goal in Latin America "Peaceful Revolution": Bayh

1968-9.14

109-68

Bayh to Convene Indianapolis Hearing of Senate on Economic Development

1968.9.16

110-68

Compulsory Idleness for Elderly Evil as Compulsory Slavery: Bayh

1968.9.17

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Baldoni Announces Opening of St. Joseph County Bayh Headquarters

1968.9.16

111-68

Bayh Proposes Expanding Medicare to Many Receiving Social Security

1968.9.17

112-68

Excerpts from remarks via telephone to Indiana Association of Cities and Towns meeting in Evansville Sept. 17

1968.9.19

113-68

Senator and Mrs. Bayh to Visit Seven Hoosier Colleges Sept. 26

1968.9.18

114-68

Bayh Announces Grant to Board for Fundamental Education

1968.9.18

115-68

Bayh Announces $3.3 million Contract for Noblesville Firm

1968.9.19

116-98

Bay Rips LBJ on Highway Freeze; "Again Ignoring Will of Congress"

1968.9.19

117-68

Funds Approved for New Park in St. Joseph County Area

1968.9.20

118-68

Bayh and Montana Senator Metcalf introduce bill to limit farming intended to operate at a loss (includes Congressional Record of Sept. 19, 1968 with his statement)

1968.9.20

119-68

Time Magazine Supports Bayh Proposal for Direct Election

1968.9.20

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Senator Birch Bayh's Schedule (Indiana) Sept. 21-27

1968.9.21

120-68

Terre Haute Youth May Have Chance at Dream of Playing Pro Baseball

1968.9.21

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Excerpts from Bayh speech at IDEA convention in French Lick

1968

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"To My Friends in Local 9:" [statement, speech?]

1968.9.21

122-68

Bayh Urges Democrats "Not Be Lulled by Big Lead in Recent Opinion Polls"

1968.9.23

123-68

Bayh Says Black Americans "Still Have Faith in Nation"

1968.9.24

124-68

"60s Could Be "Time of Trouble" for Members of Organized Labor"

1968.9.23

125-68

Bayh to Have "Breakfast" by Phone with 320 Women

1968.9.24

126-68

Community Self-Determination Program Proposed by Senator Bayh

1968.9.24

128-68

Joan Kennedy to Campaign in Indiana on October 2

1968.9.24

129-68

Bayh Says U Thant "Naïve" in Posing Vietnam "Poll"

1968.9.25

130-68

Bayh to Discuss "Great Issues" During "Bayh Day on Campus"

1968.9.26

131-68

Bayh Terms Electoral College as "Foundation for Chaos"

1968.9.26

132-68

Bayh Blasts Those Who Vow End to War "Without Saying How"

1968.9.26

133-68

Bayh Advocates Draft by Lottery; Eligibility for Only One Year

1968.9.26

134-68

Indiana Schedule for Sept. 27-29

1968.9.26

135-68

Bayh to walk through Terre Haute Sept. 27 to greet constituents

1968.9.28

136-68

Bayh Proposes Decentralization of Health Care Throughout Nation

1968.9.27

137-68

Bayh Partisans to Go Country-Western on Saturday Evening

1968.9.26

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Joan Kennedy Indiana Visit Drawing National Attention (includes tentative schedule)

1968.9.27

140-68

Bayh Plans Full Day of Campaigning in Fort Wayne Monday, September 30

1968.9.28

141-68

[Evan] Bayh Elected Vice President (of the Seventh Grade, That Is]

1968.9.30

142.68

Bayh Says Government Economy Means Priorities

1968.10.1

143-68

Bayh Says "Half-Truths, Nasty Implications Won't Fool People"

1968.9.30

144-68

Roush and Bayh Announce New Post Office for Fort Wayne

1968.10.1

145-68

[Joan] Kennedy Visit to Indiana

1968.10.1

146-68

Date of Mrs. Bayh Flag Presentation to Black Oak Gary Library is Changed

1968,10.4

146-68

Bayh Says "Law and Order Issue May Ignore Real Problems" in America

1968.10.8

147-68

Bayh Says "Senator Who Cares" can "Do the Job for Indiana"

1968.10.4

147-68

Bayh Schedules Helicopter Tour

1968.10.7

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Senator Bayh Urges College Students Be Guaranteed Right to Vote in November

1968.10.9

148-68

Bayh Says Choice of People Should Become President

1968.10.9

149-68

Bayh to Spend Full Day in St. Joseph, Elkhart Area

1968.10.9

150.68

Bayh to Join Humphrey at Evansville Visit

1968.10.10

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Citizens for Bayh press release of wire to Ruckelshaus from Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian objecting to implied endorsement

1968.10.10

151-68

Consumer Better Protected in Recent Years than Ever Before: Mrs. Bayh

1968.10.13

152-68

Bayh Says Crime Will Never Be Rooted in Slogans

1968.10.12

153-68

Senator Bayh Makes Surprise Visit at ISU Award Presentation to Father

1968.10.14

153A-68

Joan Kennedy's Indiana Visit Continues to Make Headlines

1968.10.15

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Address by Hubert H. Humphrey at Vanderburgh County Democratic Central Committee Annual Dinner, Evansville, October 14, 1968

1968.10.16

154-68

Bayh Proposes Industrial Tax Relief to Aid in Combatting Air Pollution

1968.10.17

155-68

Bayh Foresees Multi-Million-Dollar Savings Through Wabash Canalization

1968 10.16

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Testimony of Senator Birch Bayh of Indiana at the Public Hearing on October 16 on Improving Navigation on the Wabash from the Ohio River to Lakes Michigan and Erie

1968.10.17

156-68

Bayh Asks Opponent to Read 2 Letters to the People

1968.10.18

157-68

Bayh Urges Action on Crime -- Not Slogans

1968.10.17

158-68

Bayh endorsed by Evansville Press and Louisville Courier-Journal

1968.10.17

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Senator Bayh Eyes a Second Constitutional Amendment: Mrs. Bayh

1968.10.18

159-68

Mrs. Myers, Mr. Deluse Named Leaders of "Bucks for Bayh"

1968.10.18

160-68

Bayh Says Opponent Missed 219 Votes; Asks Him to Explain "Mystery Vote"

1968.10.21

161-68

Bayh Urges U.S. Government Talk to People behind the Iron Curtain

1968.10.21

163-68

Bayh Tells Steelworkers of Savings to Taxpayers from End of Corruption

1968.10.21

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Mrs. Bayh to speak on education as key to urban problems

1968.10.22

164-68

Mike Mansfield Tells Look That Bayh Strong Advocate of Lower Voting Age (includes Mansfield telegram to Bayh granting permission to use his telegram to Look)

1968.10.22

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Mrs. Bayh Relates Role of Senator Bayh in Restoring Money for Highways

1968.10.22

166-68

"The Promise of the Land" on TV to Feature Senator Bayh )

1968.10.21

167-68

Bayh Substitutes for Ailing Wife; Says She'll Return This Week

1968.10.21

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Newspaper clippings on gun control accusations by Ruckelshaus

1968.10.23

168-68

Bayh Tells Works of Economy Record; Urges National Priorities )

1968.10.23

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Senator Bayh First to Fight Corruption in Vietnam: Mrs. Bayh

1968.10.23

169-68

Bayh Urges Railroad, Government to Aid Grain Elevator Tie-up

1968.10.22

170-68

Bayh Comments on Allegations of Opponent

1968.10.22

171-68

Television Program to Feature Mrs. Bayh

1968.10.23

172-68

Bayh Leads All Candidates in Indiana State University Poll

1968.10.24

173-68

Bayh Says Electoral Reform "Key Issue" in '68 Campaign

1968.10.24

174.68

Baseball Great Jackie Robinson to Campaign for Senator Bayh

1968.10.24

175-68

Evansville Courier Endorses Bayh

1968.10.25

176.68

Bayh Proposes Southeast Asia Peace Force to Maintain Peace

1968.10.26

177-68

Bayh Says Crime Prevention Must Remain Local Responsibility

1968.10.25

178-68

National Leader for 18-Year-Old Voting Praises Bayh's Efforts

1968.10.25

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Schedule of Mrs. Marvella Bayh Oct. 30-November 2

1968.10.25

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Mrs. Bayh Says Architects Have Challenge to Build More Viable Communities

1968.10.25

179-68

Farmers Give Lead to Senator Bayh

1968.10.26

180-68

Bayh Says "Politics of Slander Will Backfire on Opponent"

1968.10.26

181-68

Bayh Keeping Up with the Joneses; Purduvians Keeping Up with Bayh

1968.10.28

182-68

Bayh Urges Opponent to Say What He's For

1968.10.28

183.68

Bayh Cites Accomplishments, Effect on Lake County Area

1968.10.28

184.68

Bayh Says Peace Plan Is U.S Responsibility

1968.10.27

185.68

Gary, Fort Wayne Papers Back Bayh; Independent Poll Has Bayh Leading

1968.10.28

188-68

South Bend Paper Lauds Bayh for Debating Foe

1968.10.30

189-68

Bayh says poll-watchers and write-in votes are part of our democracy

1968.10.30

190-68

News story from Indianapolis News of Oct. 30 reporting Indiana Council of Churches challenge to Ruckelshaus position on para-mutuel betting

1968.10.31

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Mrs. Bayh Describes Senator's Steel Fight That Is Saving Country $15 Million Annually

1968.10.31

191-68

Bayh Urges Group to Back Direct Election Proposal

1968.10.31

192.68

Bayh Reaffirms Support of Bomb Halt in North Vietnam

1968.11.1

193-68

Bayh Says "Reason and Reflection" Indicate No Politics in Bomb Halt

1968.11.

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Editorial - Exclusive to IDEA Editors [in support of Bayh]

1968.11.1

194.68

Bayh Buoyed by 3rd District Support

1968.11.2

195.68

Bayh to Tour Southside Indianapolis and Make Gibson County Speech Today

1968.11.2

196-68

Bayh Winds Up Campaign in Lake, Marion Areas

1968.11.2

197.68

Bay Confident--But Will Continue to "Hustle"

1968.11.4

198-68

Bayh Fears House Deadlock, Senate Filibuster in Electoral Scramble

1968.11.4

199-68

ICC Acts on Bayh Request to Help Farmers Move Grain

1968.11.5

200-68

Bayh Keeps Campaigning Throughout Election Day

1968.11.20

201-68

Senator Bayh to Appear on "Meet the Press"

1968.11.29

202-68

Bayh Poll Indicates Hoosiers Favor Gun Control; Cuts in space and Aid

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